From the list below, play the “non-agenda speakers” selection. Comments on Common Core begin with Alison Rampersad at about 18 minutes into the recording. Other speakers include Christine King, Lynne Sherrer, Barbara Grossman, Janet Campbell, Linda Wummer, Barry Carson and others.
Jason is in the hospital and needs our prayers. He will not be at home to recieve visitors today, for the event and we need you to spread the word to everyone that he is not home. However Doug, Candi and I and our kids and theirs will be there if you want to still stop by with a word of encouragement to Candi. 6-8p only!
You can also drop off any cards or well wishes. If you come by we are taking pictures of visitors and making a scrap book for Jason. He is very ill and we are asking for prayers. Chronicles 16:11 Look to the Lord and his strength; seek his face always.
I am working on a fundraiser for soldiers deployed in Afghanistan an issue which is near and dear to my heart to be delivered in early July. I personally wanted to ask you if you would consider purchasing a few of the gift packs to the soldiers. I am taking care of the shipping to Soldiers Angels a terrific group that people can adopt soldiers and they support the troops. My Aunt sponsors a soldier herself and as she is a teacher her class also sponsors soldiers thru out the year with care packs and letters and cards. I attached the documents explaining the info. The fundraiser is called Operation Sunscreen and I plan to get the order in by the 15th of June to get the package there before the 4th if possible. The kits are $40 a piece. IF you know anyone else that might be interested please let me know. Would you please considering coming in at one of the different tiers and it is tax deductable.
After leveling off last year following 4 years of decline, property values seem to have turned a corner and have ticked up 3.7% this year, easing pressure on county and municipal budgets. As the county has cranked up the millage rate as the valuations fell, will they now start to decrease them? Apparently not.