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It is always a bit of an ego boost when a study backs up something you have long suspected.
I have written before about the idea that a lot of times without our knowing it, especially here on Cape Cod where the service industry is a big employer, we have no idea that we are being exposed to whatever germs a sick person showing up for work might pass on to us.
It’s never too early for kids to make environmentally responsible practices a part of their daily life. For the future of the earth, kids must get involved. That’s how change happens. Below are simple, money-saving, kid-friendly ideas that make a difference.
Back before the Civil Rights movement, the Civil Rights Act, and desegregation, African-Americans were treated as second class citizens often in horrendous ways.
Even after things were supposed to have changed, some people continued the bad treatment, but conveniently excused it by using the insulting phrase, “Some of my best friends are Black”.
The Department of Public Works is looking to start making some improvements to Barnstable Village, using the parking meters at Bismore Park will be a little easier this summer and we find out how the Hyannis Marathon went over the weekend with Police Chief Paul MacDonald.
Oklahoma is known for strong winds, terrific thunderstorms, and tornadoes.
I try each day to focus on the solutions. I am most certainly a “glass half full” kind of guy. This approach to living each day pays great dividends in my work and interpersonal relationships, and enables me to look at the world through lens of possibilities, not problems.
Anthony J. D ‘Angelo, author of “Chicken Soup for the College Soul,” has a similar viewpoint. “Focus 90% of your time on solutions and only 10% of your time on problems,” he noted to millions of our nation’s youth, espousing a philosophy of active optimism.
TS Kennedy Back After Lengthy Cruise
We want to extend a big Welcome Back!! to the kids on the Massachusetts Maritime Academy training ship Kennedy.