Author: Kristin Langevin

Archive Blocks

There are several pages on the website that display archive blocks that will be correctly populated only if posts and events are correctly categorized and/or tagged.

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Visit the Bunker

Built into the Holyoke Mountain Range by the federal government during the height of the Cold War, the “Bunker” served as part of the Strategic Air Command until it was decommissioned and ultimately sold to Amherst College. Since 2002 FCI

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Women Growing Older

In this seminar participants will discuss their experience of growing older. We will focus on the following topics: 1) feeling my age, 2) cognitive concerns as I age, 3) physical changes, living with limitations, 4) living with losses, 5) support

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News from Home: Stories by Irish Writers

We will read and discuss a number of short stories by recent and contemporary writers. Participants will choose one or two stories from our anthology and lead a discussion for about thirty minutes. The anthology, The Granta Book of the

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Proposed Changes to FCLIR Bylaws

Download: Proposed Amendments and Explanation of Proposed Amendments     A large number of amendments to the FCLIR Bylaws will be voted on at the upcoming Annual Meeting in May. The Bylaws require that proposed amendments, along with explanatory material, be

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What is the Lottery?

“The Lottery” is FCLIR’s name for the process by which members are enrolled in seminars and workshops based on their registration requests. How does it work? What are the issues?

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Member Profile: Naomi Yanis

Few have made such a positive impact on this organization as long-time member Naomi Yanis. In addition to taking and moderating seminars, Naomi has played a significant role in initiating policy by chairing committees and serving on the Council, including a term as President.

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Profile: Jim Harvey

Jim has been a member of FCLIR for more than twenty years. He has moderated dozens of seminars and taken on many other roles in our organization.

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