Centennial 2012, purpose and passion

For our centennial to be a success, we have to implement a strategy that is collaborative with the proper techniques in place. It is a monumental occasion, about knowledge, understanding and history.

We have to have passion, and share our passion, which is a source of inspiration, to others who want to make a difference in our community.

Community-a sense of connection and shared interest-is often at the heart of any successful undertaking. We have to naturally yearn for the connection and understanding that comes from belonging to a community. That sense of community is more important than ever.

Our community will grow committed to serving around this; when our community feels emotionally connected to the centennial, we will have full community support. That will create that sense of connection and intimacy that is rare.

As a community, we must get involved, rather than criticize. It takes courage and fortitude to move forward. We should be thankful for our blessings that have been bestowed on our community.

It takes meditation for a better attention span, emotional stability and mental flexibility to simplify your life.

“Of those to whom much is given, much is required.” President John F. Kennedy.