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9/11 Lessons of Remembrance for Eternity

In Pittsburgh, PA, at Penn Hills High School, I remembered the surreal and strange day of Tuesday, September 11, 2001 that many of us will alway remember instilled in our memories, hearts, and lives. I even started a project here … Continue reading

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Wheels and pages churning a community.

“Books will go by the way of 8 tracks.” I clearly remember this argument when ebooks surfaced. In our third week of our Nanticoke River Watershed Conservancy book talk, I find there is a place and time for anything, and … Continue reading

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Going the Distance

Impacts of Ida last night – winds, heavy rain, and my Canine Adoptee Dane (often called Daner) goes CRAZY when thunder happens. He managed this last night – jumped up and over a 4 foot bar window INTO the kitchen … Continue reading

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Letter to an Athlete, thanks to Coach Morris and Perciful. Episode 2 of Woodbridge’s The Runner’s High XC podcast series.

In receiving this email today – “Mr.Brake I’m starting to lose my interest in cross country I think I’m going to take the year off and possibly come back next year but I would still like the letterman’s jacket I … Continue reading

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On the Trail of XC Success. Woodbridge High, the Runner’s High XC Podcast Series 3 – Episode 1 of 2 with Coach Perciful.

While I am still editing episode 3 of Week 6 of a former podcast series with Classic Upward Bound, I simply couldn’t wait. The privilege of being stung by the XC bee and falling into a rhythm with Coach Vince … Continue reading

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Places and Spaces Episode 2 Week 6 from Classic Upward Bound

One of the most challenging aspects of COVID during the Classic Upward Summer 2021 was the inability to hear some of the most telling dialogue when we podcasted. This episode segment, segment 2, I have listed to and edited at … Continue reading

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Shift-Shaping

Reflecting on today’s book talk, I went back to editing and publishing the first episode, of the LAST week of the Classic Upward Bound’s podcast – Week 6 – of transforming their community. This episode one, you realize that at … Continue reading

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“America’s genius has been nurtured by nature.”

Where can discussing Last Child in the Woods take you? Everywhere! Saturday, August 28, 2021 Dear “Community Leader”, “We understood the laws of physics long before we took the class!” – Last Child In the Woods As a member of … Continue reading

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Royals

Dear Candice Ridenour, (Royal Farms District Leader) Wow, thanks so much!  I met a young man tonight, at the same Royal Farms location, his name was Trey.  I felt AWFUL for him, there was a SEA of garbage all over … Continue reading

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Summer of 2021 was…

…what? Based on a book or film you came across? We would like to know as we gear up for coming back to school, the Woodbridge Library Media Center would like your recommendations – please comment and let us know!

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