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Making a Difference Award for September 2022

Volume XX, Number 39 (Issue 991) September 26, 2022 Making a Difference Award for September 2022 This month’s Making a Difference Award recognizes a long-time friend and former colleague, Roy Seifert, who earned the distinction by going above and beyond for a total stranger who needed a helping hand. As Roy tells it, a few years ago he was flying

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Get to the Point 

 Volume XX, Number 38 (Issue 990) September 19, 2022  Get to the Point  It is with mixed feelings, including ample concern that I am likely to hear the phrase “Pot, meet Kettle,” that I undertake today’s essay. That’s because I know I can be guilty of the specific peevish behavior I am about to describe and decry. Nonetheless, because I was

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Volume XX, Number 37 (Issue 989) September 12, 2022 Blinders If you are a passing fan of movies or TV shows set in the old west, pioneer times, or New York’s Central Park, you probably can recall dozens of scenes where there was a wagon, a buggy, a plow, or even a carriage being pulled by a horse – maybe

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The Pride of the Craftsman

Volume XX, Number 36 (Issue 988) September 5, 2022 The Pride of the Craftsman Today is Labor Day – the day we set aside each year to honor the American worker for the contributions they have made to the growth, spirit, and success of this great nation. The first Labor Day parade was held on this very date one hundred

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The August 2022 Making a Difference Award

Volume XX, Number 35 (Issue 987) August 29, 2022 The August 2022 Making a Difference Award A few weeks ago (July 18, 2022, to be precise) I offered up a couple of stories of individuals who had taken it upon themselves to do something nice for another individual without thought or expectation of any recognition or reward. Thus, they chose

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Volume XX, Number 34 (Issue 986) August 22, 2022 Capitalization How many of the capitalization rules do you remember from your grammar lessons? Without looking it up I know you capitalize the first word in a sentence and proper names and titles. Beyond that, I am obliged to rely on the editor feature in Word and my proofreaders to help

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