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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Time Flies By

When I was younger, I never believed it when older people told me that the passage of time seems to speed up dramatically as the years go by.  Now that I am in my 60s I realize that they were …

A Volunteer Remembered, A Tribute to Lois Page

The first time I met Lois Page was in 2008 at Roadrunner Food Bank’s previous home on Baylor.  I was in a small office next to the glass door that led to the stair case.  Anyone who came up those …

‘Tis the Season to Give Food

It’s so easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holidays.  We all are there right now thinking of the holiday preparations, especially gift giving.  “Will Aunt Mary like this sweater?” “What was the furry singing …

Double Your December Donation

When most people think of philanthropy, they think of big-name foundations and corporations as the “heavy hitters.” They assume that the bulk of charitable giving comes from large organizations and businesses. We are all used to seeing corporate logos displayed …

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