Economical Alternative to NewsCurrents?

I am an activity coordinator in Wisconsin. I use to work in Florida as well. We did an event called "News Currents" and it was a very good program. It came as a DVD and had pictures of recent "newsworthy" events. Has anyone used a service like this? I am looking for something more affordable, due to budget cuts. Thank you for your help!

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By Susan D.

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September 13, 20110 found this helpful

With all the videos on YouTube and other sites there should be plenty of content out there. You might be able to put together a presentation yourself. Maybe you could get the people in the group more involved and have them bring in stories that have caught their attention, too. It sounds like an interesting group.

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