The lawn needs mowing, I'm not even trying to keep up with the weeds, and even with daily picking, my strawberries are out of control.
Whether you live for the day, or the months of planning, go enjoy the summer festival chaos that is “July in Alaska.”
I’m writing this letter in May even though you will be reading it in June. That’s the way this business goes.
May’s issue of ECHO Magazine focuses on fishing stories about passion, friendship, beauty, healing, and memories.
The Chinooks are part of the ABL, which currently consists of five teams and is one of the top three Summer college baseball leagues.
There's almost always a place to volunteer. No matter your schedule, you can find a place and a time. I promise you it's worth it!
In this issue, I wanted to highlight the volunteers we have among us. Chances are you are a volunteer yourself.
In all the jobs and countless tasks that you’re assigned to do; Would you sign your work to let folks know the work was done by you?
We should be involved in all efforts to examine the condition of our spaceship earth and perform preventative maintenance whenever necessary.
An excellent second thing to do for the day is exercise. Exercise for 15 minutes, if that is all you have time to do.