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Hunger Is Not a Choice, Giving Is

clock May 17, 2012 15:04 by author Curtis Weber
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Hunger Is Not a ChoiceGiving Is Did you have breakfast this morning? If you did not, was it because you chose not to eat?  Sadly, many people do not have a choice in whether they have breakfast or not.  Many know upon going to bed that they will not have that choice upon arising.  The choices they have may be limited to which meal or meals they will have to go without.  For many children, the only meals they can count on are the free and reduced-priced meals provided through school breakfast and lunch programs.  But during the summer months, while school is not i... [More]

Tears, Tissues and Gratitude - The Nursing Scholarship Awards Ceremony

clock May 10, 2012 12:48 by author Curtis Weber
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Tears, Tissues and Gratitude   The Nursing Scholarship Awards Ceremony Seventy-one scholarships were awarded at the Nursing Scholarship Awards Ceremony.  The ceremony was touching.  Many of the stories shared moved eyes to tears and hands to tissues.  Despite tears and tissues it was by no means a somber event.  Many smiles and laughter was shared as well.  And then there were the children.  Donors' and recipients' children, some in the aisle, some cradled and held, some calling out to mommies on stage, others carrying flowers to give, all reminding ... [More]

Nurses Week - Twenty Plus Reasons To Be Proud

clock May 7, 2012 13:58 by author Curtis Weber
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Nurses WeekTwenty Plus Reasons To Be Proud! Happy Nurses Week!  This year the Nurses Week theme is Nurses: Advocating, Leading, Caring.  If you were lucky enough to attend the Nursing and Allied Health Clinical Awards you would have seen living examples of this year's theme.  Twenty employees were honored in the best way possible.  They were not honored for any one event or accomplishment.  Rather, they were honored for displaying leadership through their example of commitment and everyday actions of advocating, leading and caring.  You are encouraged... [More]

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