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"This ain't hell, but you can see it from here..."

“Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” 241 more words

Random Grumblings

Taking stock

As we approach the end of the financial year, it’s important to look back on the past 12 months and reflect on how far we have come as an organisation. 796 more words

Saving 20,000 Bed Days

Amanda Phebus shares her Red Cross story

Amanda Phebus, board member and public support committee member, joined the American Red Cross because she believes in the organization’s mission.

She said she has been helping with events ever since she started her journey with the Red Cross. 171 more words

How to be brave | Psychology Today

In 1942, four unsteady piano players responded to an ad placed by Bernard Gabriel, a concert pianist, publicizing a series of meetings to be held at his Manhattan apartment. 216 more words

Resources

Back to School and Football

Today we bring you our second installment of our summer series! In case you missed it, read about family picnics and reunions, posted on Monday. 258 more words

Mentoring

The monster in your closet is real

About a month ago, my family and I moved from a three bedroom house to a two bedroom house. Although the new house was an upgrade in almost every way, the downgrade in the number of bedrooms meant that my six-year-old and three-year-old sons would share a room for the first time in their lives. 294 more words

Everyday Heroes