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Be More Than

This month's theme has been "Our Gifts and Talents."  It has given us a chance to take stock in what we have and who we are.  As we leave tonight, let's also think about what we should do and who we should be.  We'll leave you with these thoughtful words…

  • Do more than belong - Participate

  • Do more than care - Help

  • Do more than believe - Practice

  • Do more than be fair - Be kind

  • Do more than forgive - Forget

  • Do more than dream - Work

  • Do more than teach - Inspire

  • Do more than live - Grow

  • Do more than be friendly - Be a friend

  • Do more than give -  Serve.

 
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