Monthly Archive: November, 2014

Veterans’ Day

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By: Ashleigh Gentry, English 11 As most know, on this day many school teachers make their students write thank you cards for veterans. Mrs. Crowley asked her husband about the card idea and… Continue reading

The War Within Us

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When was the last time someone hurt you or did something to upset you?  Did you forgive them?  If you’re thinking or saying yes, think about this.  Are you still upset about it?… Continue reading

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