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Happy Valentine’s Day 2020

By on February 15, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

This week’s story is about a very special person in my life. First, I want to thank Bob and Lisa Hale for introducing me to Kristi. I’m not sure what she did that made them want to subject her to meeting me, but it worked out great for me so I’m okay with it. We met at a Hillcrest football game, and my first impression was, “She is way too good looking for me!” But...

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Super Bowl LIV

By on February 8, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

I am pretty sure a lot of people would tell you the best part of the Super Bowl is the food. Well, since I am a member of Raider nation, this has been my favorite part of the Super Bowl for a while now. Now I know some of you had some good food, but I promise you it doesn’t compare to the great food Kristi serves. This year her sister Pam made a delicious pie that...

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Pink Night – Thunder Ridge

By on February 1, 2020 in Events | 0 comments

  A big thank you to Michele Kennedy and Coach Lee Toldston for putting this event together and donating the funds to the Foundation. I am so blessed to know such wonderful people! http://www.shannonwilkerfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/Pink-Night-0.mp4 http://www.shannonwilkerfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/KPVI-Pink-Night.mp4  ...

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Happy Groundhog Day

By on February 1, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

If I understand it correctly, if the groundhog comes out of his burrow and sees it’s shadow due to clear skies, it means there will be six more weeks of winter. If it doesn’t see it’s shadow due to cloudy skies, it means there will be an early spring. Unfortunately, I live in Idaho. If there is six more weeks of winter, that is an early spring! You think I’m joking...

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A Special Birthday Wish

By on January 25, 2020 in Journal | 0 comments

   This week I want to send a very special birthday wish to a very exceptional person in my life, my sister Patty. And I will start by saying she is so wonderful, and I respect her so much that I didn’t identify her as my older sister. When we were growing up, Patty was always very responsible. To point this out I will tell you a famous family story that has...

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