July 22, 2014

By J.J.


Your Ward News ( ), in conjunction with the Beaches Blues Fest and the Danforth Music Festival ( ) have officially pronounced Seniors Appreciation Day. No spring chicken himself, publisher/promoter Leroy St. Germaine kicked-off this important holiday by dispatching musicians to perform for our valuable senior citizens. The musical talent represents blues, folk, country and rock. That’s right…SENIORS WANNA ROCK!!! We are incredibly excited about bringing our live music network to elderly residences, assisted living facilities, and even to private homes upon special request.

It has often been said that “children are our future”. That obviously being the case, the children that awarded us our present future deserve our very special thanks. This is much more than another contrived ‘Hallmark card’ holiday or fund-raiser for an emergency phone number calendar. This is a celebration of the accumulated knowledge and wisdom of our advanced-age citizens. Only the positive aspects of later life will be highlighted. One elderly fellow at the Norway Avenue residence said, “I don’t want to hear any of that I’VE FALLEN AND I CAN’T GET UP crap ever again.” Wish granted, sir.

Recent studies have revealed that neurons in the brain can re-connect by means of memorable music. Long-forgotten memories blocked by Alzheimer’s et al flood back in to the conscious realm of the brain, allowing the listener to re-experience memories from his or her youth. The universality of music is undeniable and elevates mankind to a higher plane. Like all programs initiated by Mr. St. Germaine NO TAX DOLLARS or GOVERNMENT GRANTS are involved. Toronto’s conniving councillors like Mary-Margaret McMahon ( ), Paula Fletcher and Janet Davis prefer sponsoring events with tax-payer’s money. That is so your tax dollars can go “missing”, much like the provincial Liberal Party’s ‘Disappearing Ducats’ case. They represent the exact opposite of James Sears ( ), our next Ward 32 (Beaches-East York) councillor, who won’t accept a penny of his councillor’s yearly salary of $105,397. Chancellor Sears is about the PEOPLE, not about the PROFITS.

Our senior citizens must also be thanked for their attempts at maintaining the traditional family values that allowed healthy Canadian communities to thrive. Those values are presently under fire and our advanced population is the last line of defence where common decency is threatened. Where’s the parade celebrating those values? The great response the musicians receive at these events is all the payment they need. To book a musical show at your facility or relative’s home please contact Leroy St. Germaine at 416-693-6325. Your Ward News will also provide transportation to and from your closest voting location on October 27th.



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