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  1. From the album: Adventures of an Activity Director

    Download, print and share a little Activity Director humor. Holly the AD in Adventures of an Activity Director by artist Bradley Sooter Some things never get old!

    © 2016 All Rights Reserved Activity Directors Network, llc

  2. Celebrate National Book Lovers Day on August 9th Enjoy a little Activity Director Humor with this cartoon Adventures of an Activity Director Book Lovers Day. Click to Download and Print your own Copy. A Simple Club Activity to enjoy with your readers! - ActivityDirector.com Materials : Books (large print, audio, and regular) Instructions : Have the club select a book for everyone to read and review. Have large print and audio available for those who need it. Designate a time to meet back and allow everyone to review the book and select another one. Note: Choosing books that are controversial or stir up debate are good options to create discussion and interest (i.e. The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown and The Red Tent by Anita Diamant). Visit www.booksarefun.com for a large book selection in large print. They will also schedule a Book Fair fund raising event for you to hold at your facility if you wish. August 7th, Google News Story . Adam Martin of CouncilChronicle.com had this to say... According to researchers, People who read live longer that people who do not read at all. So if you want to live longer, you should read more. Data from more than 3,500 participants was analysed. All the people were over the age of 50 and they were asked some questions about reading. The research team took into consideration many factors, such as gender, education level, income, and race. They then made three groups. One was for the people who did not read any books, the second for those who read almost three hours a week and the last one for those who read longer than that. What did the researchers find out? Well, it seems that those who read more were 17 percent less likely today in the next 12 years. - Download Print Share
  3. Download, print and share a little Forth of July Humor.. . artist Bradley Sooter What are ya''ll doing for the Forth, share some of you ideas with the community.. thanks, Pennie
  4. Happy Memorial Day.. Enjoy a bit of humor from the Adventures in Activities.. artist Bradey Sooter Theme for the day is "Super Heroes" MemorialDay2016.pdf
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