Tag Archives: Volunteer

Now that’s a “Gipper” moment

I know how hard it is to coach little league sports because I’ve been doing for two decades now. It is a difficult and mostly thankless job but it is rewarding because when you do it the right way you … Continue reading

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Six days of pure Scouting fun

Last week I wrote about all the fun Super Mom and I nearly missed out on as we vacillated over the decision to attend Wood Badge Course or not. In the end we attended all six days of the Course … Continue reading

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Teach me how to Daddy

Those of you who have been following my blog should know by now that I’ve been involved in volunteerism, particularly in youth groups for many years now. In fact, I’ve been working with young men for nearly all of my … Continue reading

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Give it what you got and you get what you’re not

There are very successful people all over the world. Believe it or not, I have friends who are successful in very diverse realms. Some are lawyers, businessmen, athletes and artists. If there is a central theme with all of these … Continue reading

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Happening This Week

Here are some items you might want to mark on your calendar for the upcoming week. There is also a job posting that came across my desk that may be of interest to job seekers. ‘Anapesi Kaili is always active … Continue reading

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Community All-Stars: Staff Sargeant Max Fonua

The war rages on in the Middle East but here at home, our war veterans are fighting new battles that are leaving them broke, broken and in some cases, with irrepairable damage. For some its a mixed bag. Post Traumatic … Continue reading

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First Scholars Program

I just got this information from my buddy Hema Katoa, a graduate of the University of Utah who is VERY proud of his Alma Mater. I’m always happy to pass along this type of information to the public and subscribers … Continue reading

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