Family to Family Program Helps to Combat Hunger
Betty Burton
The Vineyard Committee on Hunger’s annual Family to Family Thanks giving food distribution took place on Friday, Nov. 17 at the Baptist Parish House in Vineyard Haven.
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For Safety's Sake Shut Down Pilgrim Nuclear Plant
Richard Knabel
The opposition is there and has been for a long time. It comes from elected officials on and off the Cape and Islands.
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Zimbabwe on My Mind, Where the Elephant in the Room is Literal
Phyllis Meras
The recent upheaval around Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has reminded me of my 1996 visit to that southern African nation, formerly Rhodesia.
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The Good Christian Went Walking
Joe Keenan
The good Christian went walking one day. When he got to the town he discovered a grand domed building and approached the front entry. There he found another who invited him inside.
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Keeper of the Flame Keeps Boxing With the Memories
Arnie Reisman
Cold weather is coming eventually, so I’m in the process of moving summer things down to the shelves and wardrobes in our basement.
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Steve Ewing
I see Gerry now, blue hooded sweatshirt, ball cap, blue pants. Rockafella, he calls me (and everybody else).
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Solid as a Rock and Just as Timeless
Melinda Fager
Sad news that Chappy’s Gerry Jeffers has passed. It won’t be the same without him.
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Changing Times Increase Library Love
John Merrow
Like many of you, I give thanks for our public schools and their teachers, but I suggest we give also thanks for our public libraries.
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Hopefully a Tick Turning Point Has Begun
Richard Johnson
I hope some day we will look back at 2017 and say that it was the year the Vineyard community started to really do something about the problem of ticks and tick-borne illnesses.
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Learning to Dance Through the Pain
Nancy Slonim Aronie
The day I came off the mountain having hiked Yosemite with 12 young women guides, I understood for the first time that life is a dance.
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