Letter to the Editor: Long Days of Sunshine

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  Summer is in full swing, the weather is warm, with long days of sunshine! We all have our favorite summer pastime to spend our vacation.  It sometimes seems it can take as much time to plan and get ready for a vacation as it does actually doing it! Some off to the mountains, to the beach, to a new city sightseeing, what a great time of the year!

  I remember growing up back in Ohio, all I needed was a fishing pole, an old coffee can with a few worms, and I was set for a day at the pond fishing. If it got a little warm, I would jump in and do a little swimming, get out and back to fishing. Summers were fun, best of all no school.

  Summer can be that time of much needed rest from our busy schedules or a time of non-stop hiking, biking, traveling and sightseeing! Whatever it is it’s always better with someone, some family or friends.

  For those who stay here, Family First is open all summer long, with doors open wide to help our families here in our community.

  Story time is a little busier this time of year, along with many new clients who now have more time, with school out, to come into the center for classes. Also with school out, our “Ten for Teens” kids are spending more time helping at our centers. We are so grateful to them for all that they do!

  Whatever you may do, we pray you have a fun, safe and relaxing summer, enjoy it for the special time that it is!

  God Bless,

/s/ Frank & Clare Grochocki

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