Build on your strengths and work on your weaknesses. Elevate your game even when the tank is empty. Develop strong communication skills. Find a mentor. Volunteer. Learn a little bit every day, and pay attention to what others can teach you. Say thank you. And, maybe most important of all, keep an open mind when it comes to planning a path for your future. Click here to see the full article
Hamilton grandmother Elaine Cox believes in setting a good example for her family by living life to the fullest. That’s why she makes fitness a priority by working out three to four times a week…(read more)
Hamilton Public Health Services (PHS) is stepping up its programs on the perils of teenage drinking in response to recommendations made a year ago by a coroner’s inquest into a Flamborough youth’s death from alcohol poisoning. (Read More…)
Two weeks ago, about 300 Waterdown District High School (WDHS) students completed the Attitudes & Profiles of Student Life survey, which will help provide Healthy Community–Healthy Youth Flamborough with a snapshot of youth in East Flamborough.
When WDHS (Waterdown District High School) alumni and community leaders drop by to speak with students during celebrations marking the school’s new expansion, Oct. 22-26, students will get a taste of what mentoring is all about. It won’t be a full-fledged mentoring program, where adults in various professions will share their experiences with members of the younger generation who might want to follow a similar career path, but it will serve as “a rallying point” where members of the community can take an active role in building positive relationships with youth, explained Lynda Wigood.