Here you can find the digital editions of the weekly Riderwood Reporter Newspapers for August 2021.
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In this issue: Learn the proper way to wear a mask and why Riderwood re-instituted the mask policy; the Science & Technology Lecture Series is set to restart next week; Riderwood TV Mid-Week Trivia will have some changes starting this week; plus find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week.
In this issue: A Riderwood resident speaks on her experience with an adult tricycle; NPR’s Diane Rehm will be presenting on End of Life care; the Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Committee prepares for American Indian Heritage Month, and Bill Flank of the recycling committee discusses energy usage; plus find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week.
In this issue: The Science and Technology Lecture Series will resume in the Encore Theater starting in September; the Foreign Film Discussion on the Japanese films Ugetsu & Ikiru has been postponed until Wednesday, August 18; the Riderwood Health Forum will be hosting Dr. Elena Vagichev to present on blood pressure; the JAM Committee will be putting on it’s first post-COVID concert on August 27; plus find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week.
In this issue: Riderwood TV is looking for new volunteers to help in the TV Studio as well as out in the community with Audio/Visual operations; Fiona Divecha highlights why the Benevolent Care Fund could help any resident at Riderwood; find out how to get tickets as the PAC welcomes the Unified Jazz Ensemble on Friday, August 20; plus find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week.
In this issue: Information on the return to in-person continuing education courses with SAGE & PGCC; details on the next Foreign Film Forum screenings on Riderwood TV; the White Oak Medical Center is looking for the opinions of residents that have utilized the hospital; a resident group is looking for help to plan parties for the residents; plus find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week.