Let’s look at a day with a teacher. We are near the end of September and by now teachers are acquainted with their class of students, and more familiar in the elementary with hopefully about 25 students in a classroom. Secondary, teachers are meeting a new class each hour, the number multiplies by at least 5. The foregoing probably describes
Support groups of various varieties have been around for a number of years. These groups were started to meet the needs of people to give one another helping hand to both parties – those helping and those in need of help. A support group available to meet the needs locally is a Dementia Caregiver Group. This group meets the 4th
By the end of the month most schools will be in session and family life will change. The activity of the family will be centered around school. As we enter another year, our young people are faced with many social problems which distract from learning. One of the many technical developments that have distracted our present-day students is the cell
“The Land of 10,000 Lakes” is Minnesota’s name. Sounds like a lot of water but we have rivers too and many small streams. Many of our cities started on a lake or river. In fact, the main mode of transportation was either on foot or canoe before horses were introduced. Early explorers were eager to find a source of the
Recently I attended a gala banquet held by an organization called Faith in Action. This is a yearly activity to raise funds to actually help put their faith in action. I have been to the banquet in past years, but I am amazed at a gathering of 250 people with a goal to help those less fortunate. Their helping activities
Greetings, I bring you tidings of the great day a Savior was born over 2,000 years ago. His name is Jesus Christ. The season is more complete knowing this reassuring message is proclaimed by song, readings, and wishing each other warm greetings during the season. I am in my 5th year living at Shepherd of Grace Apartments, Becker campus.
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