National Grief Awareness Day is this Sunday, August 30th, 2020. We are grieving a lot these days. We mourn the loss of many fellow Americans, some of our liberty and a way of life that frankly we may have taken for granted before the pandemic. It’s not what Angie Cartwright who founded National Grief
Thanks to everyone who supported the cause last weekend! Here are some pictures from the event, which attracted about 350 people! Hope to see you next year!
President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983. At the time, fewer than 2 million Americans had Alzheimer’s; today, the number of people with the disease has soared to nearly 5.4 million. That number is expected to increase to 7.1 million Americans by 2025. More than 70 percent of people with
I didn’t know I wanted to join the military until I was a junior in high school. I had big life goals, but I lacked the drive and direction to get me there. I started to see the military as an option for growing up and earning a bit of money in the process. Looking
It is a commonly held belief that true charitable giving should be done anonymously to have its full effect. But as we teeter on the brink of the holiday season, with all that the world has endured lately in the form of pandemic, natural catastrophe (fires, earthquakes and hurricanes, etc.) and politics (no matter what