The Key to Community

By Shannon Dillon “When everything is all said and done, I want to invite everyone back here for a party to help me celebrate being able to finally get back into my home,” said Evelyn Phillips. Phillips glanced at the volunteers inside of her home and then closed her tear-filled eyes to listen to the [Continue Reading]

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She’s There To Help, But So Many People Help Her

By: Natasha Barrett The man walked through the door of the gift shop and seemed a little lost. He stopped, looked around, almost overwhelmed with his head looking down. The woman behind the counter politely asked if she could help him find what he was looking for. He quickly replied, ‘no’ without even looking up. [Continue Reading]

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Keep your family safe from one of the worst flu seasons in years

By Drew Munhausen The U.S. is potentially on track for one of the worst flu seasons we have seen in decades. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, flu activity has been elevated for eight straight weeks. As of the publication date of this blog, an estimated 9.7 million people have gotten sick [Continue Reading]

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Saving Austyn’s Arm

By Natasha Barrett One little girl and her mother stood at their hospital room door eagerly waiting. “He’s right there!” another girl yelled. The dog’s furry tail wagged happily from side to side while walking down the hallway of Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital as kids waited to catch a glimpse of Dexter, the golden retriever [Continue Reading]

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