The Sandwich Education Foundation held its annual Dinner, Dance and Auction on April 12 and would like to thank the following for making the event possible:
We would like to thank the Leland Lions Club for sponsoring a fundraiser to support our family after the long hospitalization of our son, Drew.
I’m having a bad tech day.
Thank you to all that cast their vote for me in the Democratic primary for DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder. I appreciated the vote of confidence and the many kind words of support during and following the campaign.
Ihad an oddly unsettling experience at a Chinese restaurant.
Some heroes wear capes. Some do not. Some drive trucks with snow plows.
As we celebrate National Volunteer Week, April 6-12, we would like to take the opportunity to thank the volunteers of KishHealth System Hospice. At KishHealth System Hospice, we have volunteers who work directly with our patients and families by giving generously of their time, compassion, and care. They provide support by reaching out to the terminally ill and their loved ones during a time of serious need. We also have volunteers who provide support to the program by giving unselfishly of their time by baking, doing office work, delivering items, and helping with mailings, sewing and assisting with fundraising. All of our volunteers share their time and talents so generously. Without them, the work of KishHealth System Hospice could not
Articles on adult literacy typically cite statistics like this, from the National Assessment of Adult Literacy: 45 percent of adults in the United States are English-language literate only at the basic level or below.
When Social Security was first instituted in 1935, the retirement age was set at 65. Most people know benefits can start as early as age 62. In 1935, men who made it to age 65 could look forward to another 13 years, women another 15 years, on average.
In my last column, I presented a recipe I make with my granddaughters, applesauce. I find teaching and cooking with them to be one of the most satisfying times I can spend in my kitchen.
Hello, vintage base ball fans. As I write this, it is still only 38 degrees outside, cloudy and not conducive to getting into the baseball spirit. Nonetheless, I’m going to try.
All things may be relative, but temperature, especially, requires context.
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