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Here's a small sampling of some of the articles that you'll find in the the Spring 2016 issue of Beyond 50 Magazine .

Family Room Make Over

Life and Art

Walk, Hike, Keep Moving

Computer Mechanics Perth offers a variety of basic programs that can help with gaining a better understanding of computers and how to make the most of them. Our CompMech training Series covers three main areas:

  • • Getting Started with Computers
  • • Introduction to the Internet
  • • Introduction to Email

Each stage consists of two sessions, both of which should be completed for the best understanding. Cost is $25 for two sessions in each stage or free if you book a computer repair  with the friendly guys at Computer Mechanics in Perth.

Computer Mechanics will be celebrating it’s 18th year in computer repairs this year. We would like to thank everyone who has used us over the last 18 years and for your continued support.

For more info you can call (08)9325 1196

  Introducing our Newest Member

Wally is our new Wester Australia region sales rep. Wally Hild is a retired broadcaster with 36 years in radio and TV in Perth and Sydney including stations in Melbourne and Adelaide. He's been a community leader in Penticton and was chosen as citizen of the month by the Mayor in October 2003. He's a former member of the Board of Ironman Australia Race Society, co­founder of the Peach City Beach Cruise and a retired paid­on­call firefighter.

Wally is a cancer survivor and a two­time Ironman Australia finisher. He's written two books on those experiences and his story is also in the "6th Bowl Of Chicken Soup For The Soul. "He's the drummer and lead singer in his band Top Dead Center. Wally's been restoring antique Chevys for more than 40 years and leads a very active lifestyle, working out 6 days a week playing hockey, body building, swimming and running.

Here is what Wally had to say about joining our team: "I'm thrilled to be part of the team at Beyond 50 because this magazine embodies everything I believe in. Fifty is a starting point in life exploration, not a slide into the grave. When I hit the half­century mark fifty, I embraced the future with tenacity.Beyond 50 is full of this kind of love of life and vitality from a host of contributors who embrace the lifestyle the Okanagan provides. The future is bright, there is so much yet to do and I look forward to meeting you."

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