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Robert Edward Healy, III June 18, 2013 at 03:43 pm
Finally got something from the church:Read More http://baldwin-whitehall.patch.com/groups/arts-and-entertainment/p/scheduledetails-saint-albert-the-great-summer-festival-runs-through-june-22
cc June 23, 2013 at 02:24 pm
Bob, Wish the Patch had articles about all the fairs at the different churches though out allRead More communities. I forgot about St Thomas Moore till you mentioned it.
Ned Hardt June 23, 2013 at 02:35 pm
thanks for the St. Al's article, Bob. Hope they had a very successful event, only one night wasRead More marred by rain, and even then there appeared to be quite a crowd at the carnival grounds.
Reginald VelJohnson May 26, 2013 at 01:56 pm
It is great to see Mr. McMaster and Mr. Childs are keeping this great foundation "soaring toRead More great heights" (pun is indeed intended)!!!! I'm not sure what the relation Ms. McMaster is to Mr. McMaster (the author does not specify) but it is nice to see that he is involving his family into his great endeavors. Finally, and most importantly, for Mr. McMaster and Mr. Childs to reach out and touch children is refreshing to see. These inner-city kids more-than-likely need a strong male influence in their lives, and these two modern day gentlemen are providing that. *A quick personal note: This article inspired me to join PATCH and throw my two cents in. I have been reading from afar but I felt it was necessary for me to highlight their special accomplishments.
Brad Childs May 30, 2013 at 01:42 pm
@Janine, I love Rob like a brother, but I love my wife even more. We are not life partners, howeverRead More we are very good friends that share a common interest in flying planes and saving dogs. I am not sure what situations society would not agree with anyways, I didn't think anybody really cared any longer, we certainly don't
Rob May 30, 2013 at 02:26 pm
@Reginald Thanks for the kind words. Anne is my wife as well as a PAART board member and teacher atRead More the school where the money was raised. We all believe strongly that teaching children about giving back to society is an obligation we all share. We want them to experience the wonderful feeling of doing something to help someone else. Our hope is that they will take this lesson into the future with them and pick something they are passionate about and give back.
Robert A. Shoaf September 18, 2012 at 01:22 pm
Yes, absolutely, God bless the woman who adopted this dog. May they have a long and happy lifeRead More together.
BobE September 18, 2012 at 03:44 pm
What a wonderful outcome for both!
william atwell September 20, 2012 at 01:58 pm
Poor fireball! Had to put up with Roy! That dog deserves a forever home
Jay Bahr September 11, 2012 at 12:44 pm
I am in no way, shape or form a Fitzgerald fan - but i commend him on a tough situation and aRead More difficult call. On a much larger National Scale - Welcome to the "New Normal" my friends. Were mediocrity is applauded, success is booed and we all end up suffering. We might as well cancel Christmas altogether. The money we spend on food and gifts might be better served forwarding the the city's underfunded retirement benefit plans. Right Rich??
Becky Brindle September 11, 2012 at 01:40 pm
I missed out on driving through the light display last year. Now I really wish I would have gone!
USC Parent September 13, 2012 at 01:27 pm
Tax dollars come in and then will be eventually 100% sent to support public sector unions. No moreRead More lights, no more 4th of July fireworks. We just end up working for them. This is how Greece got started.