Monthly Archives: December 2019

Susan Reynold's Story: Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference

There is a trio of singer/songwriters in Hamilton who call themselves the Ladybird Sideshow Project. The women of this group have been friends for a decade and regardless of the changes in their lives, their love of music remains a … Continue reading

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Staci Kentish's Story: Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference

I like to check out reddit.com every day. It’s a site where anyone can post content, readers up or down vote each post and you see content in order of what’s been upvoted the most, so readers play a role … Continue reading

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Scott Russell's Story: Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference

One story that I heard not long ago speaks to me in a profound way about the way people impact others through small gestures – ones that acknowledge what is good and offer encouragement. This is a story about a … Continue reading

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Sandy Powell's Stories: Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference

I want to highlight the work of two women here in Costa Rica.  Leticia began a small NGO in a town in the resort area of Guanacaste (not far from the Nicaraguan border). She’s been doing excellent work the past … Continue reading

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Sandra Pace's Story of Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference

From Patricia Pain, one of the most wonderful teachers I’ve ever known: I’d like to share this beautifully serendipitous experience between myself, a friend, and a perfect stranger…. One of my closest friends works for a company called Beauty Counter … Continue reading

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