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Reyes Speaks to Kiwanis Club

Paige Reyes, Toledo March of Dimes Development Specialist, described the history and mission of the charity at the June 14 Celina Kiwanis meeting. The March of Dimes was created in 1938 by President Franklin Roosevelt to help in the fight to eradicate polio. 174 more words

Part II- Sparks of Possibilities

As promised, today I am sharing some of the very special photos showing some of the 1st time experiences of Adriana and Fatima…even some for Ana Yancey. 319 more words

Superman Super Ride 2017

There is a small town in Southern Illinois called Metropolis which has two things going for it, Superman and a Riverboat Casino.  Every year on the second weekend of June they hold a festival in honor of Metropolis’ most famous hero and has part of that festival for as long as I can remember the Kiwanis club has organized a charity ride.   1,101 more words

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Chamber looks to revamp city’s brand

June 7, 2017

What jumps to mind when you hear someone say “Batesville?”

That’s the question that chamber of commerce Tourism Director Kyle Christopher wants to answer. 94 more words

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Walking Your Talk...!

“Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.”                              By Bobby Unser

Just within days, the Costa Rican guests will be arriving in the US and then to the Emory & Henry College campus. 640 more words

Shape kids' lives with play

Play shapes us. We believe this wholeheartedly at Landscape Structures, and that why we’ve launched the Shaped by Play Scholarship. The scholarships, available in amounts between $250 and $3,000, are for kids to use for camps, sports clinics, piano lessons, art classes and more… activities that will help build the leaders of tomorrow through play. 140 more words

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Memorial Day

“In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”           by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Yesterday, I celebrated Memorial Day and this is my fourth Memorial Day Post. 856 more words