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November 22, 1963 — Do you remember where you were?

11/22/2013
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America saw the coming of a Camelot to the United States and the presidency. There had been great presidents; many, but John F Kennedy and his first lady, Jackie Kennedy, brought an elegance that had not before been felt. They were something truly new in 1960. Known as Jack or […]

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We can not afford to forget history

11/19/2013
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It happened in a three day battle during the spring of 1863 and along a quiet valley in Eastern Pennsylvania. By the end of 72 hours, history would record over 7,800 killed and over 43,000 casualties; many of those killed and maimed were brothers, sons, fathers, and, in some cases, […]

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Bullying Requires a Zero Tolerance Policy

10/25/2013
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Bullying. It just sounds bad without even having a definition for it. We know it when we see it and we innately know it is bad behavior. We know that bullies are cowards of the worst degree, but when they are bullying someone they can be frightening. Webster’s says bullying […]

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PBS Documentary — Traumatic Brain Injuries in Football

10/16/2013
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 “League of Denial: The NFL’s concussion Crisis,” which aired this week, looked at the long-term effects of playing football on both physical and mental health as well as the NFL’s effort to downplay that information. It is an important documentary that sheds light on traumatic brain injuries (TBI) resulting from […]

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