|ABOUT CARP:CARP is a non-partisan national organization, advocating for the fair treatment of seniors across Canada. Local chapters, staffed by volunteers, advocate for specific local community issues and also support national issues.
CARP activities are fun! You will meet folks from your area, exchange ideas, discuss problems and find out what solutions others may have found for similar problems.
FOR MORE INFORMATION…
E-Mail: [email protected]
Mail: 23 Morgandale Cres, Scarborough M1W 1S2
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|DID YOU KNOW….?If you live in Scarborough and are a CARP member, you are automatically a member of the Scarborough Chapter. When you renew, be sure to identify Chapter 29 as your local chapter.
If you would like to join CARP, let us know –
we would be glad to help!
Why not come to a meeting or contact us with ideas, comments, suggestions, issues…
whatever matters to YOU?
A NEW VISION OF AGING
|Our Scarborough CARP Chapter #29 was launched in May 2012. We are a group of concerned people, aged 30 years and up, with a wide variety of interests, experience and knowledge in the three major CARP areas of Advocacy, Benefits and Community.Future meeting topics may include issues such as:
ü Nutrition and Wellness
ü Caretaking at Home
ü Changes in the Health Care system
ü Financial Planning
ü Recreation and Travel
ü Lifelong Learning
ü Elder Abuse
We meet every two or three months, usually at Centennial College, Progress Campus (with plenty of free parking). We also attend related community events in Scarborough and the GTA.
Get to know us better – look inside…
|MEET YOURSCARBOROUGH CARP CHAPTER BOARD
CHAIR = Gary Butler
VICE CHAIR = Kerry McCauley
TREASURER = Shaun Kempston
SECRETARY = Joe Robinson
COMMUNICATIONS = Margaret Williams
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT = Colin Ramdeen
ADVOCACY = Renate Crizzle
EVENTS = Marcia Miller-Read, Trudi Johnston
|CHAIR = Gary ButlerGary recently retired as Director of the Centre for Financial Services (CFS), Seneca College, after a career spanning various senior management positions in a wide range of businesses. Gary and his wife, Sheila, are enjoying his retirement, allowing them to spend more time with their families, especially their four grandchildren.|
|VICE CHAIR = Kerry McCauleyKerryretired after a career as a Computer Operator and Library Technician. Currently he is a volunteer Library Technician for East Metro Youth Services and the Heart and Stroke Foundation. His hobbies are stamp collecting, model train railroader and world traveller.
|TREASURER = Shaun KempstonOriginally from Calgary, Shaun maintains a consulting practice based in Scarborough. Between foreign multi-year postings in Mexico, Liberia, and Nigeria, he and his wife Claire always enjoy returning to Canada. Shaun has extensive financial and senior management experience in the chemical and telecommunications industries.
|COMMUNICATIONS = Margaret WilliamsMargaret is the retired president of “Pearls of Wisdom”, a multimedia training design consultancy. She volunteers teaching computers to seniors; recording audio books at CNIB; doing income tax returns for seniors, students and low-income Canadians; and mentoring students in the public library’s ‘Leading to Reading’ program.|
|ADVOCACY = Renate CrizzleRenateis retired after a lifelong career in Human Resource Management with major responsibility for salary and benefits, employment, policy, employee relations, payroll and employment law. She is an active volunteer and is currently serving as President of Heron Park Tennis Club.
|SECRETARY = Joe RobinsonJoe is a retired high school teacher and Mathematics /Computer Science department head from Loretto College School in Toronto. He currently serves as general manager, as well as writes two monthly columns online for the Ontario DX Association, a shortwave radio listeners’ club.|
|PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT = Colin RamdeenColinis a Solution Manager in the Learning Services organization at Huawei Technologies Inc, where he promotes and develops new solutions for Canadian Telecommunication Operators in areas of Knowledge Management, Consultancy and Continuous Improvement. He also helps people through a community-driven Concierge Service.|
|EVENTS = Marcia Miller-Read = Trudi Johnston
Marcia is a Certified Diabetes Educator / Nurse Manager with the City of Toronto. She is the proud mother of three grown children, and involved in public speaking in relation to the impact of poor diabetes management on quality of life (free on request).
Trudi is a M-ASA, (master accredited senior realtor) who started focusing on senior housing needs after her father came to live with her and she experienced firsthand the challenges for seniors. She is active in many community groups forseniors, and incredibly proud of the work she is doing with seniors and youth with Habitat for Humanity.
|COMMITTEE MEMBERS AT LARGENadia Angai