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The Shoreview News recently interviewed John Miller about his book, Bootstrap Entrepreneur: How Grit, Faith, and Help from a Chippewa Tribe Built a Technology Company — A Business Memoir.
In the book, Miller recalls how his company became a success. Here is a link to the article, "An inspiring story of ingenuity and can-do spirit." The book is available from Amazon in paperback, hardcover and Kindle formats.
For the past five years or so, 80-year-old Georgiana Harris has begun every day, rain or shine, with a walk across the street from her apartment building in Oakdale to care for a small section of public greenspace. She regularly picks up trash, and pulls invasive purple loosestrife from the small patch of public land along 11th Street North.
Her stewardship has not gone unnoticed. The Ramsey/Washington Metro Watershed District recognized Harris, and five other local residents, with the 2022 Watershed Excellence Award the evening of November 15, 2022 at a special dinner and awards ceremony.... and earlier in the day, FOX 9 News reporter Maury Glover interviewed Georgina for a story that aired that evening on FOX 9's 9 O'clock News.
“We are so proud of Georgie. She really is a shining light at our Oakdale community. She sets a good example that we’ve seen many other residents follow,” said Jenny Krizan, Training and Development Director at The Waters.
Learn more about The Waters, where residents and team members thrive, at TheWaters.com.
Veteran’s Day is a time set aside every year to honor the men and women who have served our country over the years. This year, the holiday also offered a unique opportunity for some local 8th graders. In late October, students at Canon McMillan Middle School (CMS) in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania were given the assignment of writing a 400-word pledge to veterans as part of a class assignment. Teachers then read those essays and pulled out those they felt delivered the strongest messaging.
Six students were invited to read their essays to real-life veterans who live at The Waters of McMurray Senior Living Community the afternoon of Monday, November 14, 2022, including 96-year-old Frank Suska, who served during World War II. Both KDKA-TV and WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh covered the event.
“Our students at CMS were so excited to have the chance to thank and honor veterans through the writing contest. Being able to personally address those who have sacrificed for our country is something they did not take lightly. We were so happy to be given the opportunity to interact with the veterans during the awards ceremony. To personally thank these veterans and express our gratitude is something for which CMS is incredibly grateful!” said Kelly Tookey, an 8th grade teacher at Canon McMillan Middle School.
“I was thrilled to make this connection with Mrs. Tookey. We collaborated to honor our veterans through this intergenerational program. Our Veterans were moved by the expressions of respect and understanding they received through these essays,” said Christina Szewczyk, Active Life Manager at The Waters of McMurray.
Learn more about The Waters, where residents and team members thrive, at The Waters.com
Author Judith F. Brenner will be signing copies of her latest novel, The Moments Between Dreams, this Saturday, November 19, between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. at the Westfield Shoppingtown Barnes and Noble in Palm Desert, California.
The Moments Between Dreams has been referred to as a novel for our times. It is the story of Carol, a young housewife who suffers under a controlling, abusive husband until she takes action to protect herself and her daughter, Ellie, who is paralyzed by polio. The story is set in the 1950s, but there are a lot of parallels in this story to what is happening in our country today.
According to the Chicago Justice Project, on average there are about 49,000 calls to police per year about domestic violence, and between 2017 and 2020, domestic violence cases were 13 times more common than sexual assault.
Learn more about the book at Judithfbrenner.com.