“Cybersecurity for Older Adults”
is a video presentation By Dennis Evans,
Technology-Communications Chair, discussing:
Cybersecurity Best Practices for Older Adults
Quiz: Can You Spot an Online Scam?
Top 5 Hottest Senior Cyber Scams
Cyber Attacks: What Makes Me Vulnerable?
References / Free Software
Contact Dennis if you have any questions.
Logo by Clarita Ricketts
The first in this 7 part series was broadcast on our local TV Channel 972, on Saturday, October 10th. Dr. Bud Gardiner presented a psychological backdrop to the Covid-19 pandemic as well as offering personal insights.
The second introduced us to Women’s history professor and scholar, Dr. Nancy Hewitt spoke about the effort to grant women’s suffrage including the complexity of African-American women’s efforts.
This entire series will be shown on select Saturdays at 3 pm.
The next event is November 7th. Lyle Denniston retired last year after 72 years in the news business including 62 years covering the United States Supreme Court for various newspapers, magazines and online news organizations. Although not trained as a lawyer, he taught for eight years at the Georgetown University Law Center and various colleges and universities, and lectured and published widely. His book, The Reporter and the Law: Techniques of Covering the Courts remains used in newsrooms and in journalism education.
Future Presentations include:
So please join us, as we highlight just a few of us who make Collington our special place. If you have any questions, please contact Heather Huyck, Lois Brown, or Bonnie Cronin, the “CollingtonPresents” team.
By Anne Chase and Joe Howard
Collington is blessed with a large campus much of which is forest, wild and cultivated bushes, shrubs, a large open field, ponds, and streams. In other words, a unique parkland in a metropolitan area. The wildlife and especially bird life is abundant.
Early September 2020, Joe Howard suggested to Mike Burke that we should establish an informal “Bird Discussion Group” by e-mail. Mike, who is a bird expert, agreed and a new group was enthusiastically formed on the “Collington Discussion Group” with a membership now over 40 residents.
(Photo by Bud Gardiner)
Mike and Anne Chase have collaborated on a survey asking members about their interests. Following is a selected brief summary.
Stay tuned for future lectures, movies, campus bird walks and posts regarding bird facts and interesting sitings here at Collington.
To become a member please respond to this post.