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An opportunity to stop

An opportunity to stop

By Pat Farrell Every time I see a certain fast food restaurant, I have a deep sadness and conviction within my heart. It has nothing to do with the restaurant…

Lessons from next door

Lessons from next door

by Pat Farrell One spring several years ago, I was reminded of the lessons that may be right next door. I was sitting at my computer and pondering my next newsletter.  “What is…

Bless the Nurses Christian Fellowship

Bless the Nurses Christian Fellowship

by Pat Farrell While we may have a passion for our work and love what we do, there are times we face challenges that make it difficult to get through…

Chamber meets at historical site

Draper is a small town with a railroad and ties to the Baltimore Road that carried many travelers from north to south and south to north. The Red Horse Tavern…

When someone walks out of your life

When someone walks out of your life

By Pat Farrell An email pops in my inbox: “When someone walks out of your life, they were never meant to be a part of your destiny…” Wish I had…

It’s about love

It’s about love

by Pat Farrell Life is truly all about love. Think about it. With love, we can survive anything. There would be no wars. No greed. No divorce. With love, there…

Pink pocketbook

Pink pocketbook

By Pat Farrell There was a pink pocketbook stored in my closet. I had purchased that pocketbook with the full intention of giving it to my friend Saunder in the…

A letter from the enemy

A local hiker found the following letter in our woods on Sunday evening, and we felt that it might be important to share, given the access it provides into the…

Eye of beholder sees what may be

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are not the only politicians in the news. Gov. Terry McAuliffe has joined them as the FBI conducts an investigation of funds given to a…

Let optimism and hope win

To the Editor, I blame my husband Keith. He made me a no-matter-what-we-cheer-for-the-Cubs-fan. Keith grew-up listening to the Chicago Cubs games on WGN radio with his grandfather in Fort Wayne,…

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