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Parades celebrate what is best in a community

By Cheryl Senn The route of the recent 70th annual Toyland Parade was lined with more than 5,000 people, all who wanted to see the floats, bands, cars, horses, and people, who were proudly moving down the downtown streets. Alex ...

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Lights brighten up the holidays with message of love

By Cheryl Senn It seems there are more lights being lit right after Thanksgiving, in preparation for Christmas. Watching the City of Sanger Public Works employees string lights on the big Christmas trees in Brehler Square amazed me because more ...

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To be thankful

By Cheryl Senn At Thanksgiving, many reflect on what they have to be thankful for. It seems like the whole United States is involved with the same thing. Gathering together with family and friends, cooking traditional food items, having a ...

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In the end…Family First

By Cheryl Senn “The most important thing in the world is family and love.” – John Wooden It seems that individuals have been choosing family over volunteering and even their jobs lately. The value of the family has seemed to ...

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Saluting our heroes on Veterans Day

By Cheryl Senn I watched, as many veterans participating in the Sanger Veterans Parade saluted other veterans, in the parade, and along the parade route. I watched as many veterans participated in the parade.  I went up to one of ...

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Take Off the Mask and Be Real

By Cheryl Senn This week a lot of people celebrated Halloween by donning costumes and masks and pretending to be someone that they are not. Pretending to be someone funny, scary, or fictional. The interesting thing about this is there ...

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Stand Up for what is right

By Cheryl Senn “The time is always right to do what is right.” – Martin Luther King Jr. No matter who you are, there will probably come a time when you might need to stand up for what is right. ...

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It’s not what stands in front of you it’s who stands beside you

By Cheryl Senn I was able to view the movie Only The Brave in a special movie premier with one of my good friends. The movie had a lot of good lessons for the movie viewers. One of the tag ...

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Fellowship with others

By Cheryl Senn I had the opportunity to attend a special church service earlier this month, where my good friend Jessica Guerra was the guest speaker and delivered the message about fellowship. Albert Schweitzer once said,”Love…includes fellowship in suffering, in ...

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Navigating life’s obstacles

By Cheryl Senn In order to make it from one end of town to the other, a driver will have to adjust their normal driving patterns. Even an experience driver, who uses the alley ways to get to destinations quicker, ...

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