Category Archives: volunteers

Book Review of Once Upon A Town: The Miracle Of The North Platte Canteen

I love history. I love the obscure. I love the United States of America. Imagine my delight when I found a book that meets all three of those categories, and does so in a non-fiction narrative that will choke you … Continue reading

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It’s Time To Start A New Ministry On This Blog Featuring Knitters. We’re Calling It Saint’s Scarves.

UPDATE: 03/23/2018 I changed the zip-code to 55101. My apologies for any inconvenience this caused anyone. My wife, who is the most wonderful person I’ve ever been married to in my life (*old joke, probably get me in trouble*) has … Continue reading

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That’s A Mighty Fine Brain You’re Hiding There.

Today’s blog will be relatively short. It’s not so much a missive, as a challenge for all of my readers. Please follow me on Twitter, and “Like” the Facebook author page. Don’t forget to subscribe (the box is on the … Continue reading

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Good Churches Are Good Neighbors

Many of you know that I participate in The Good Neighbor Meal program at the Good Neighbor Center in Saint Paul. It’s a building that houses a couple of churches, but the owners use it for the benefit of the … Continue reading

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Fly The Friendly…Never Mind. Instead: Drag Your Butt Offa My Plane.

Overbooking is a way of life in the hotel and airline industries. Statistically, it’s about 100% sure that not everyone who has a reservation will show up. Empty rooms and empty seats mean potential revenue lost. Do that often enough … Continue reading

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