Category: Wednesday Words of Wisdom

Words of Wisdom on DREAMS

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Remember when Memorial Day was always May 30?

From 1868 to 1970 that date was the official day for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. Some of you may remember. I sure do. As financially strapped students who couldn’t afford… Read More

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Holley Gerth – Your Story

With special thanks to Holley Gerth for her gracious generosity in sharing her beautiful graphics.

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Holley Gerth on Our Story

With special thanks to Holley Gerth for her gracious generosity in sharing her beautiful graphics.

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Pat Conroy on Goodness

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Words about Wind – Longfellow

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Words from Mount Rushmore – Abraham Lincoln

All month we’ve honored Presidents Day with Wednesday’s Words of Wisdom from the Mount Rushmore presidents. Today’s words come from President Abraham Lincoln, the last face on the right.Mount Rushmore is known as the “Shrine of Democracy,” an… Read More

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Words from Mount Rushmore – Theodore Roosevelt

In honor of Presidents Day, February 19, Wednesday’s Words of Wisdom will be from the Mount Rushmore presidents this month. Today’s words come from President Theodore Roosevelt. He’s between Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln.Mount Rushmore is known as… Read More

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Words from Mount Rushmore – Thomas Jefferson

Mount Rushmore is known as the “Shrine of Democracy,” an iconic symbol of the United States carved into the southeastern face of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota’s Black Hills National Forest. Sculptor Gutzon Borglum created the design depicting… Read More

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Words from Mount Rushmore – George Washington

Mount Rushmore is known as the “Shrine of Democracy,” an iconic symbol of the United States carved into the southeastern face of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota’s Black Hills National Forest. Sculptor Gutzon Borglum created the design depicting… Read More

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