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- - February 21, 2013 at 22:48:40
Great idea and how lucky for the school to have a volunteer like Eleanor. I have three teenage daughters that have grown up with technology during the maiden voyage of 'social' media. Not sure what memories they will have.The social peice of playing Bridge is still a huge memory for my siblings and me ... and none of us are addicts of any sort ...we just grin when we see a spade.
- Bill Kays
- - February 21, 2013 at 18:06:55
And our educators think this is ok? Why is it good to teach our children at earlier and earlier ages that gambling is ok and should be encouraged? Is the Atlantic Lottery Corporation forecasts stating that they will need more gambling addicts? While we are at it why not teach them the other vices are good too. It is the wrong thing to be teaching our children? Can they not come up with something more beneficial than gambling?
- Mary Connolly
- - February 21, 2013 at 16:29:26
Good for you Eleanor. Children like games and this is one that will give them social skills as well as thinking and concentration development.