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Allie Dalessi

By on October 24, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Allie Dalessi Heaven received another very special angel this week. My good friends Michael and Liz Dalessi lost their sweet daughter Allie in an automobile accident. Allie was only 24 years old and will be missed by so many.  I first met Allie when I  drove the family to an event at the Colonial Theatre. You could tell right away she was a young lady that was full...

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Toastmasters Speech

By on October 17, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Toastmasters Speech We are going to start this week’s story with a few jokes. One battery post asked the other one, “Do you think I’m negative?” The other one replies, “I’m positive you’re negative.” What is an optimistic vampire’s favorite blood type? “B positive” of course. Can two negative people have a happy child? Of course. Everyone knows two negatives make a...

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Pick Me Up Drink Fundraiser

By on October 10, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Pick Me Up Drink Fundraiser    To begin this story, I need to give you some background on Pick Me Up Drinks. I first noticed them when they opened their business right down the street from me behind Edwards Theater. It was a small drive through business where people could get mixed soda drinks and delicious cookies. As soon as it opened, there was always a long line...

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Run for the Cure 2020

By on October 3, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Run for the Cure 2020    I am so happy to be able to write this week’s story about this event. Last year’s run was so much fun and beneficial to the Foundation. I was positive with the Covid Apocalypse going on, this year’s event would be called off. But Cody contacted me a couple of weeks ago and said they were going to cancel the event for this year, but 50 people...

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Tri-Cities Trip

By on September 27, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

Tri-Cities Trip    Before we start, it has been brought to my attention that I should leave politics out of my stories. I agree completely with not including politics in my stories. Partly because I don’t want to offend anyone that might be willing to support the Foundation and cancer patients just to express my point of view.  But mainly because I am open minded...

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