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As I mentioned last week, we as a church would sometimes draw names from our 18 families and single households to determine who would be gathering at which home in an attempt to have everyone … more
Do you ever have thoughts of scarcity? Examples include: Not enough time. Not enough money. Not enough happiness. Not enough (insert personal example here). Some mornings I wake up with these … more
Friends and family will gather together later this month to enjoy the tradition of turkey, dressing and pumpkin pie. It’s Thanksgiving, a time to give thanks. It’s time to reflect on the … more
On Nov. 2 members of the JUMP program attended their annual Match Recognition Banquet. Approximately 40 mentors and their mentees had a great time taking photos in a photo booth by Grins and Giggles. … more
Let me start with a story. “It’s Sunday, the day for my weekly trip to the grocery store. I have my list of the items I need. I am feeling confident that I can quickly grab these items … more
I’ve never served in the US Armed Forces, but my life was surrounded and deeply touched by things military: My father, a Captain in the US Public Health Service, provided medical services … more
  In thinking about America Recycles Day on Friday, it’s worth sharing an excerpt of an article from Natural Resources Defense Council with an important message. The average American … more
Thanksgiving has always been a highlight in our house. As a little girl, my mom would always cook up a big meal, and without fail, we’d have guests at our home unless we had received an … more
Presbyterians have completed final preparation for this year’s Holiday Bazaar to be held today and Saturday at the Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church, at the corner of Wabash Avenue and … more
Oliver William McClanahan, a son, born at Witham Health Services, to Renea Shamp and John McClanahan, Darlington. He is the couple’s first child. Maternal grandparents are John and Jennifer … more
Of course, they were gonna try and kill me. Do not try and bend the spoon. Thor, you gotta try and bottleneck that portal. I just quoted the movies “Riddick,” “The Matrix,” … more
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