We’re hurrying to you dear, Nature We’re coming, but give us a chance, To move once more upon the wind, Our leaf ball is here, may we dance? To the melody the wind does play, We’re all dressed. We’ve waited so long, Hear to tune that’s playing now? Listen to the love of the song. … Continue reading Ball of the Leaves By DECB, Sr.
Did you notice the sky darkening earlier each day? Red and purple leaves are displaying their beauty against brilliant yellow and orange. The autumn sun strays farther away, and nights begin to chill, warning us we’ll soon see the first frost before winter’s stillness. But hold on, don’t give up yet! There’s so much more … Continue reading Savvy Gardeners Keep It Growing By Candy Webb
Do you realize you are here for a specific reason? No matter the size, you have something to contribute. You have something valuable inside of you. It’s easy to get inundated in our world with social media and side comparisons, but our Creator made each of us unique, specially packaged to share our gifts with … Continue reading You Have Something to Offer By Katherine Young
Early October is the time when parents receive their students’ first report card. I want to remind each you that a report card is just a snapshot of how a student is performing at that moment in time. Many students are struggling to navigate either a hybrid or virtual learning schedule. Teachers are learning a … Continue reading Report Card: A snapshot at that moment in time By Latasha Schraeder
You have a voice in who represents your interests: MayorCity council membersCounty SupervisorsState RepresentativesState SenatorsU.S. RepresentativesU.S. SenatorsU.S. President You may be asked to serve as a Juror How many of you have served on a jury?What was your experience like? You may qualify to serve on a Grand Jury What Grand Juries Do: In theory, … Continue reading The Importance of Being a Registered Voter By Mark Lampkin
Alright, readers, I’ve gone down a rabbit hole… Go ahead and admit it you’ve done it before, too. Recently, a trove of at least fifty-nine 2,500-year-old Egyptian Tombs was discovered in Saqqara, one of the centers of ancient Egyptian life. The obsession of black culture can be a blessing or a curse. The history of … Continue reading Marriage of Obsession and Racism… By Mae Catherine Godhigh
Beloved readers,this is a consecrated article of faith, for the glory of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. I invite you to lift your hearts and hands to GOD ALMIGHTY. This is a testimony of the Hope that lies within me. I can see evidence of God. His embracing awakes me … Continue reading Suspended by Something Within Me By Rev. Charity Sephus