CREATE YOUR STORY AT THE CUMMINGS CENTRE
March 2018, The Gazette
Through a camera lens, a reflective painting or theatre improvisation, every act of self-expression tells a story. Having spent decades building careers, raising families and helping aging parents, many of us have lost sight of our own personal journey.
Taking some well deserved time for personal exploration has many benefits.
KEEPING ACTIVE BY HELPING OTHERS
May 2017, The Suburban, by Joel Goldenberg
Being an active senior can involve anything from visiting shopping malls daily to discuss current events with friends, to running marathons. For native Montrealer Nancy Cooperberg, being active has meant a great deal of volunteer work.
That includes being the first woman president of the Shaare Zedek Synagogue in NDG.
Sing it Loud and Proud!
March 2014, The Montreal Gazette, by Wendy Helfenbaum
As per Miguel de Cervantes, 16th-century poet: ”He who sings frightens away his ills.” Raising your voice in songs offers a myriad of benefits. At the Cummings Centre, many members have fun while improving their physical and emotional health.
At any age, joining a choir is good for the body, mind and soul.