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  • Legacy Society Banquet

    By Becky Fitzgerald on May 18, 2017

    Five residents honored at 15th annual event In 2004, Sugarland, Texas, resident Don Rasmussen was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. His doctor at the time wasn’t optimistic. “I hope you have a...

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  • On the High Cost of Ruffled Feathers

    May 18, 2017

      Submitted by Helen Roser Though two hundred year old wine needs a cool, dark place, the now famous “world’s most expensive bottle of wine” was on display in a sunny window with a spotlight...

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  • Ask Sarah

    By Sarah Duggan on May 11, 2017

    I am wrapping up my fifth week of maternity leave with sweet baby Eilish. When Murphy was born nearly three years ago, I took the same amount of time off, six weeks, but the shock of sleep...

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  • Outdoor Adventure

    May 11, 2017

      Submitted by Sue Hunt I hope to hostess a lemonade, cookie party after a ride in the carts to the gazebo.  I will be able to identify some flowers and we will be able to spend one half hour in...

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  • Leader of the Pack for May 2017

    May 11, 2017

    Lisa Lawton!!!!  Congratulations Lisa for being nominated and winning the MLH Leader of the Pack for May 2017!!!  Lisa’s nomination stated, “Lisa always shows up to work with a smile on her face...

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  • Outdoor Encounters

    By Nathan Bolls on May 4, 2017

    Plants also have histories, and some of them are spectacular.  During the next 2-3 months I hope to make a short exploration into the medicinal uses humans have made of certain plants.  Some of them...

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  • It's Not Goodbye, Just See You Later

    By Sarah Duggan on April 27, 2017

    What is that people say...? Oh yes, "All good things must come to an end." A bittersweet expression that holds a disturbing amount of truth. We've reached a point in the year that we must send off...

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  • Meadow News

    April 20, 2017

    Submitted by Alice Roper  From my window looking north, this is what I see.  Melted marshmallow clouds drift across the blue skies.  The distant hills are turning from brown to green. Trees that...

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