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The Arizona Trip

By on February 16, 2019 in Journal | 0 comments

   I will start this week’s story by telling you what happened at the Phoenix airport. I was in the security line waiting to go through the screening process when an alarm went off. At  that moment,  a man in the line in front of me turned around and started running past us. The TSA agents quickly responded and surrounded the man. When he tried to break through...

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Super Bowl LIII

By on February 9, 2019 in Journal | 0 comments

  Okay, let’s start with the game itself. I think it’s safe to say this was one of the most boring Super Bowl games to watch. The best description was posted on Facebook. “If I wanted to watch grown men unable to score for three hours, I’d just go to the bar with my buddies.”    Next there were the commercials. In the past, Bud Light has had some really good...

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Promontory Point Kids Night Out

By on February 6, 2019 in Events | 0 comments

This a group of terrific young boys and girls that have lost a parent. We picked them up in a limo, and took them to buy some balloons at Zurchers. Then we went to Community Park and had the kids write a note to their loved one, put it on their balloon and let it go. It was very moving and emotional. Then to Reed’s for ice cream!! One of the most emotional and...

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New Opportunity

By on February 2, 2019 in Journal | 0 comments

   It’s been a while since I have written about my training company so you are all fortunate enough to read about its progress this week. I will start by telling you it has definitely been an experience trying to get some momentum for this business. There are times it’s been extremely frustrating. I have talked several times about this with my Mother-In-Law Berna...

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A Special Limo Ride

By on January 26, 2019 in Journal | 0 comments

   This story begins on the first Shannon Wilker Night Out event in December. I was talking with one of the cancer patients named Anna Long. I asked her where she works and she told me she works at Promontory Point. She told me they provide grief counseling to a group of kids ages 6-13 that have lost a parent. She explained how she helps with counseling and...

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