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Great article and even better speech by a good friend and someone that I admired even before he had cancer. Joe's story is compelling and needs to be told to everyone who is diagnosed with cancer. Thanks Joe for sharing.
Coaches like Andy will never get the credit for the job they have done. He has coached many All Americans, Olympians, and more than a few just good players, and he has treated them all the same. He demands their best and while he may seem a bit harsh at times, you will probably not find a player who does not appreciate what he does for them personally and as a player. And besides, he coaches real basketball players--and all below the rim! Thanks Andy.
If you don't know anything about Rainbow Village and it's mission and history, you should take time to do so and not take potshots at one of the top non profit organizations in the county and beyond. And for the record, they serve others in Christ's name proudly and with the utmost integrity. Walk in others shoes before you kick the dirt.
Barbara Howard is a community legend and deserves any awards that come her way. She is a model citizen who shares her time and resources with the community. We are blessed to have her among us!
Prayers for Hannah and Mark. Tragic outcome so far, but hope abounds for those who trust in the great physician. We all need to be aware of the tragic results of infections and seek medical help early and insist that treatment is appropriate --fluids and antibiotics as soon as possible.
If you want to know more about Sepsis got to "SepsisAlliance.org"
Come on folks. I know many people in Duluth, who like me, knew Shirley long before she got into politics, but know no one who excuses what she did. It is easier to be critical and condemn someone you do not know personally. If you want to criticize the Duluth community because she was from here, that is so okay, but you better look around your own city as no one is immune and you may be next. Desperate people make terrible decisions and Shirley made a huge one and will suffer the consequences. Save your worry about the people of Duluth, as we know wrong from right from wrong, but do not execute our own for their mistakes.
Glenn Fuller was one of those who gave for others, particularly his family but others as well. His promotion of youth baseball was the foundation of much that followed and he should be credited with making baseball possible for guys like me. Although it has been many years, I remember well how he loved to see us enjoy ourselves, particularly his own boys! Blessed to know him and my prayers for all his family whom I still count as friends.
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