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Holiday Health Tips Its November! This time of year is exciting and fun but it can also bring a lot of STRESS! Holiday stress can drain your body’s natural resiliency and harm your health! How does increased stress effect you? …

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What to Read Now Given our national conversations on immigration, race and religion, here are a few selections from our library that might help you or your children gain additional insight. Kids might enjoy Molly’s Pilgrim by Barbara Cohen or The Story of …

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Giving Online is Easy as 1-2-3 Almost every bank today offers its customers the ability to view their current account balances, account statements, transfer funds and pay bills online over the internet Many people may already use their bank’s online …

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College is an exciting and challenging time of life. So many changes, leaving home, living independently, getting less sleep, making seemingly earth shattering choices and taking tough classes! You or your family might find it all a bit too much! …

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Keep Our Library Growing! If you have books or DVDs that you think others would find valuable, please donate them to our library. Thank you this month to Sue Bianco for doing so. To access our library homepage and see the …

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500 Years! There are not many times in life that we get the opportunity to commemorate the 500th Anniversary of anything. Yet here we are, on the threshold of the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation which began on October …

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Prevent Suicide! Statistics reported at a suicide forum relate that 43,000-44,000 people die in the US by suicide each year. That is 117 people each day! More die from suicide than from car accidents. It is time to decrease the …

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You are the light of the world. A city built on a hill cannot be hid. No one after lighting a lamp puts it under the bushel basket, but on the lamp stand, and it gives light to all in …

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Library News Keep the Donations Coming. It’s exciting to have a dynamic library like ours, enriched by generous donations. Thank you, Christine Corson, Sally Phillips and Laura Reiter for recent contributions. To access our library homepage and see the extent of …

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It’s the Dog Days of Summer…A Great Time for Reading Every wondered why we talk about the “dog days” during the sultry part of the summer? It didn’t used to refer to dogs lying around in the heat, but there …

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