Monthly Archives: July 2014

From Famine to Feast

It appears that I am becoming a person of extremes. First, I starve you by not posting anything new for awhile, and now I bombard you with a very long and involved post! The good news for me is that … Continue reading

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Where Are Albert’s Friends? – Duquesne High School Classmate

It’s time to pull together and pull all of our resources to find classmates for a Duquesne High School graduate. Some months ago, I was contacted by a young lady who was trying to find some of her grandfather’s high … Continue reading

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July 4th Aftermath

I hope that everyone had a safe and FANTASTIC 2014 July 4th! Here on the Eastern Shore, we crossed our fingers at the start of the day and were lucky enough to avoid any impact from Hurricane Arthur aside from … Continue reading

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The Parting of a Wonderful Man of God

I received some very sad news today. For many of us, we lost a part of our religious life, our religious past on Sunday, June 29th. Father Robert Turner was called by our Heavenly Father to be with Him in heaven. … Continue reading

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