What in the world

Week 8 - 21 May 2020

we will continue bringing to you Robin Cramp's popular "What In The World" class via this website as a PDF link. If you would like to be placed on Robin's emailing list, send me a message. -- Tony

from our Traveling Guru - Lee Rosenkranz


Prize Puzzle

For each clue provided, figure out which destination city we're talking about.
Then take the first letter from each city's name, and unscramble them to spell
out a word that will answer this question: What's the word on everybody's

mind at a travel club after the World reopens with pent up demand?

Now for the clues:

1.  Anne Frank, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh...need we say more? (9 letters)

2.  The Acropolis is a must-see in this ancient city, where you can follow in the footsteps of
Socrates. (6 letters)

3.    Arrive in Alexandria, then travel to see the treasures of King Tut. (5 letters)

4.    Where will you go first, the Blue Mosque or the Grand Bazaar? (8 letters)

5.  What would the Vikings think of Edvard Munch's "The Scream"? (4 letters)

6.  Often called "The Island of Love" it's the largest of the islands in French Polynesia. (6

7.  Bring home some exquisite glass to remind you of your romantic gondola ride. (6 letters)

8.    Arrive in this French port, them head to Monte Carlo for its dazzling nightlife. (4

If you would like to have your answers checked or if you’re stuck then please e-mail to Lee Rosenkranz, CTC (Certified Travel Counselor) at Dayawaytravel@aol.com

iPad Basics

Nancy Dennee will be happy to tackle any of your iPad questions.  Just email her directly at shepteach2017@gmail.com

Chair Yoga for Seniors (YouTube video)
  • Second Harvest
  • St Vincent DePaul
  • South Brevard Sharing Center
  • Daily Bread
  • The Children's Hunger Project
  • Salvation Army
  • Meals on Wheels
  • The Children's Home Society



                                                 DID YOU KNOW?


In all the top surveys we know of, the preferred terms to describe those over 50 include: older persons, older people, older adults, aging adults, elders, persons 65 years and older, or the older population. Third age or third act and perennials, as a play on “millennials,” are sometimes used by people in the field but these newer terms haven't readily caught on yet. 


The word "senior," most especially when used with "citizen" is disliked by a majority of survey respondents. Other less desirable phrases include "positive aging" and successful aging." 


The problem is there is a great deal of difference between a 50-year-old and a veteran adult in his or her 80s or 90s. One name may not fit such a large group. And the Shepherd's Centers network covers this full age range with a variety of opportunities. 


Join us this term for eight weeks of fun and fellowship.  Our signature Adventures in Learning supports personal growth and discovery with college-type courses, cultural enrichment workshops, hobby and recreational opportunities.  For a mere twenty dollars ($20.00) you can sign up for one or more classes Thursday, Friday, Saturday or all three days. That's right, this very small fee will allow you to attend unlimited classes covering multiple days.  There is no homework or tests, however, class participation is encouraged. Please click on the CLASSES tab at the top of this page for the wide array of offerings that will surely enlighten your day.  COME AND JOIN THE SHEPHERD'S CENTER FAMILY

If you would be interested in teaching or moderating a class, contact the director at thth159@yahoo.com


The purpose of Shepherd's Center-Beachside is to offer older adults a wide variety of seminars based on the peer-learning concept and designed to be intellectually stimulating in an informal and noncompetitive environment.


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