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Social Media Addictions Focus Of Documentary

With the ever-expanding growth of social media in mind, a one-time showing of the documentary film “Screenagers: Growing Up In The Digital Age” is being presented at the Del Oro Theatre Saturday morning. Sierra Theaters Vice-President Azriel LaMarca says physician and filmmaker, Delaney Ruston, decided to make the documentary when she found herself constantly at odds with her two teenagers….

click to listen to Azriel LaMarca

LaMarca says Ruston felt guilty and confused, also including how to monitor online homework. So she turned the camera on her own family and others, revealing stories of messy struggles. “Screenagers” exposes the risks of too much screen time…

click to listen to Azriel LaMarca

The film reveals multiple approaches on how parents and educators can work with kids, to help them achieve a healthy amount of screen time. There is also a website available with information. “Screenagers” is showing at 10 Saturday morning at the Del Oro Theatre. Tickets are 8-50 for adults and 8-dollars for children and seniors.

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March 16, 2018

Terry

FYI, the residents of Margaret Lane and Spree way are not at all happy about AEGIS Clinic opening their doors at 109 Margaret Lane. My information is Nicole M Klonce MFTI Manager will have a meeting with neighbors 12:30 Monday the 19th.. We the Neighbors want to shut it down.. NO MATHADONE DISTRIBUTION should be in this location... No notification was given to this outrageous so called clinic.... there is a daycare, elder care and local children in this area.. The newspaper will be there to give a report of our conserns...and an Attorney for our Rights...
YES let's talk Addictions and the need for safety...

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