When long-time teacher Kim Warneke died on Jan. 11 after a hard-fought battle against cancer, many of her friends, fellow teachers and students past and present were at a loss for words. But since that time they have found their voices and have shared their thoughts and memories.
I sit here Monday evening, May 26. I m watching and listening to a program on the Capitol, of this, our United States of America, with beautiful camera shots of sculptures. The height of the dome, floor-to-ceiling, 180 feet, 3 inches, and wonder how this was done — the paintings in the ceiling 18 stories up that took 11 months to paint, the additions that took place over the years, as this, our United States of America, grew to what it is today. What majesty and inspiring work.
But do we really remember, or want to remember, the real cost?
Yellow carnations will represent deceased loved ones at a Remembrance Day celebration planned by the Christian Community Campus Foundation Sunday, May 18, in the WinterGreen Atrium, 1312 Wisconsin St., between the hours of 2-4 p.m.
May 02, 2008
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