June 2008 - Senior Living Vancouver Island
- 6 Tall Ships Return
- Over two dozen tall ships from around the world will sail in to Victoria this month to celebrate her maritime heritage.
- 12 Desire for Excellence
- Internationally renowned artist Dr. Pat Martin Bates brings light out of darkness.
- 14 Live from Chemainus
- Volunteers work behind the scenes to help keep Chemainus's popular theatre alive.
- 16 Still Learning
- Marine biologists Phil Lambert and Gord Green retired from their positions at the Royal BC Museum - sort of?
- 18 A Win-Win Situation
- For Michelle Young, a little determination went a long way to help abused women.
- 22 Star Power
- Not just for sun worshippers, Hawaii is a big draw for star gazers too!
- 28 Snoring Problem?
- More than a social issue, snoring can become a health issue.
- 30 Into the Swim
- Swimming is an exercise that gives the whole body a gentle, beneficial "tune-up".
- 32 Row, Row, Row!
- Connie Hickok rowed 150 nautical miles along the coast of the Island - in a dinghy!
- 40 Ream Realized
- Retired Lt.-Cmdr Ed Falstrem's childhood dream of becoming a submariner continues to flicker - even in retirement.
- 42 Downtown Landmark turns 100
- With equal measure of nostalgia and good humour, Glenshiel residents celebrate their centennial.
- 46 Red Tomatoes
- Author Les MacNeill turned a frightening and potentially fatal experience into a story of hope and renewal.
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