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January 19, 2016

Commitment to Community Service Beyond a Single Day

The Dr. Martin Luther King (MLK) Jr. holiday has come to symbolize a day of service in the US. From elementary schools to small and large organizations and companies, the young and the elderly honor and celebrate the life and the principles championed by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It is through our service that we are addressing the ‘persistent and urgent’ question by Dr. King: ‘What are you doing for others? We are thankful to those who commemorate the MLK day by taking part in the community service, by volunteering to feed the hungry, rehabilitate housing and parkland, tutoring those who need help, mentoring youngsters in need of guidance, and numerous other projects. Commitment to community service needs to go beyond a single day event. If we are to build a stronger community that is more connected and compassionate, then we need full and life-long commitment to community service. […]
March 18, 2014

Top Ten Reasons Dads are a Rare Species on PTA Boards

10. The PTA Board meetings are always in the mornings and Dads are at work. FIX: Move the meetings to the evenings. 9. PTA Moms are the leaders at home and the school and do not want give Dads a chance to lead. 8. Dads do not want to get involved with school politics! 7. PTA Moms are better at fighting school boards for their children’s education! 6. Dads cannot compete with the Type A PTA Moms who are organized, smart and capable of doing it on their own. 5. Stay-at-home Dads really love staying at home – they don’t like to socialize! 4. PTA Moms love fundraising and raising money for their schools. 3. PTA Moms are better at making Halloween Treats, Gingerbread cookies and holiday parties in general! 2. PTA Moms can multi-task – organize the next school fair/bingo night/basket raffle, drive three kids to different places everyday […]