Monthly Archives: January 2012

Better Together

For my third blog story I attended Church at Woodlands Church in Plover.  Pastor Brian Berg talked on the second sermon in his series on 1st Corinthians.  This speech focused on 1st Corinthians 1:10-2:5.  The general purpose was to inform … Continue reading

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Knowledge is Power

In order to see how much good communication skills affect everyday life, I took a trip to our local church. I listened to our priest speak, and as he spoke, I realized that all of the skills we learned in … Continue reading

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A Different View

The only religion I’ve ever known has been that of the Catholic faith.  I attended a Catholic grade school from first through eighth grade and continued in my religious faith by going to CCD classes throughout high school and getting … Continue reading

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Civil Rights Explored

Monday January 16, 2012 a very important person in United States civil rights history was celebrated.  That person was Martin Luther King Jr. and he was celebrated at SPASH with a very interesting presentation.  The main speaker of this presentation … Continue reading

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Across America… (on a road bike)

On January 18th 2012, I went to see “Bicycle Dreams” at the Cedar Creek Cinema in Mosinee.  It was a movie about “crazy” people who feel the need to destroy their bodies on a 12 day race called Race Across … Continue reading

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A Speech to Remember

This past Monday, I had the pleasure of attending a Martin Luther King day celebration at SPASH, and was pleasantly surprised by the moving presentation given by Patrick Sims. I’m not going to lie, I was feeling sort of sluggish … Continue reading

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What a Math Teacher can do!

As I asked Mr. Dobbe from Rosholt School District at if I could watch his math class, I knew that this was going to be fun!  I know Mr. Dobbe from way back and I know that a lot of people say … Continue reading

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