The 2016 10th Annual Motorcycle Ride For A Cause was a huge SUCCESS!!!

Thank you everyone for your support and participation. Collier Harley Davidson, our partner, and all our donors.....a special thank you!! Our Volunteers and our doggy mascot...thank you!!! Our Riders....you made it happen...thank you and we hope to see you next year. Please see the attached photo albums highlighting some of the many photos our photographer captured on August 2Oth. LIVE TO RIDE...RIDE TO LIVE!!! #MotorcycleRide

Finding Your Bliss and Using Your Gifts...

I often ask myself: “Are you living your life to the fullest and using your true gifts and talents?” My great niece shown in the photo served as my trigger and reminder to write this blog. While on one of her summer vacations, she was doing one of the many things she loves….swimming and having big summertime fun at the pool and the beach. You can see the exuberance as her Dad tossed her in the air with arms stretched out and a big smile on her face. She is like many six year olds who embrace and enjoy life….of course, clearly not having as many cares and concerns that we adults have. She also is a budding athlete who enjoys soccer, t-ball, swimming, and who has excelled in basketball. Y

The Ghost and The Darkness: Who is Your “Lion Slayer”?

On Saturday, August 6, 2016, I was cleaning and purging my closets to find clothing and shoes to donate to my favorite charity, Suited for Change, in Washington, DC. And YES, I do realize that I have more than enough shoes and clothes so I choose to give them to those I feel can most benefit. Simultaneously, I was also doing one of my favorite things, watching an adventure movie. This time it was The Ghost and the Darkness….which was not a box office smash nor did it receive favorable ratings by the critics. But I have seen this movie at least six times, so I don’t listen much to the movie critics for I make my own assessment. To me it is a “great movie” from which one can draw analogies

Higher Learning

We live in a country that is striving to have all students graduate from high school ready for college, but the harsh reality is that we are far from reaching that goal. The problem comes from the economic factors that play a role in the education of our youth. For the youth of Northampton County High School East, the Gregory B. Davis Foundation (GBDF) is helping them to realize that college is a very real option for them. Starting the discussion of higher educational opportunities can provide an important step in preparing students for college. For the students to understand that college is the gateway of opportunity in life, they will be the change in their willingness to put forth the har

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