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STAFF FAVORITES FOR 2017

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Each year there are certain stories that hold particular
significance for our readers and for us as well. Here are
just a few that stood out as important
to our team. If you have a particular story that was significant
to your, please let us know!
DAVID
My favorite story is actually a series we did on the people
in our community recognized for their contributions
to Foundation for the Future, serving as exemplary role
models for our youth. I find it inspiring and hopeful to see
that we have such examples of a strong work ethic, belief
in service to one’s community, and commitment to
the next generation of leaders. All across our country,
this story continues to play out. Belief in giving back; the
importance of service to God, country and community. I
pray that bringing to light all the exceptional individuals,
organizations, educators and business leaders in our little
neck of the woods allows us to see beyond the ugliness
and hatred that floods our airwaves and reminds us that
Good News fosters Good Works.
JAMIE
My Favorite Story for 2017 was the Amanda Solis story
we did. I grew up with Amanda and so her success means
so much to me. Not only does she represent so much for
so many people, but she never became a statistic from all
the trials and tribulations she went through. She lost both
her parents very young and you never would have known.
She is one of the strongest people I have ever met. When
I lost my mom in high school she was right there to lift me
up and be there for me. We had that common bond.
Amanda is proof positive that it is never too late. She didn’t
grow up singing,
then pursue it in
college and go forward
with it; it just
came to her. That
proves that you
don’t always have
to have a plan. So
don’t get discouraged
if you feel
lost. If it’s meant
to be… it will be.
That’s what her
story portrays to
me. I’m so proud
of her and look
forward to seeing
what is in store for
her.

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