OpenDoors of Asheville is a remarkable non-profit organization that helps local children reach their potential with individual support and a host of educational and enrichment opportunities. 452 more words
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Like many parents, Laurie Clothier wasn’t quite sure what to do. Her daughter Kelby had been diagnosed with dyslexia. Laurie had secured a private tutor, but realized the tutor was only helping her keep up with her current workload; Kelby wasn’t making the progress she imagined. 413 more words
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Successful summer of camp. We had more campers than ever, I worked with a great staff, I got bitten by a (nonvenomous) snake and didn’t die of a heart attack, there was a creepy mannequin named Cletus who kept getting moved around camp by staff, I stretched myself outside my comfort zone and loved the results, the weather was hotter than the surface of the sun, and I gained some lovely friends. 175 more words
It’s the last week of October and it feels as though we are sliding treacherously into an early Kabul winter. Dusk falls faster now, it edges out the last rays of an afternoon sun that slinks away earlier and earlier each day, its warmth swallowed up by the descending cold. 281 more words