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Black History Month is celebrated throughout February to honor many mission-driven individuals who made or are making lasting contributions to the United States.
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I am a Navy veteran of the Vietnam War, having deployed on two different ships four times to the then-war-torn country. I married the love of my life, Mary, after my first deployment in 1970. Looking back these 46 years, I am so glad I married early in life; it enabled us to have so many wonderful…
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In English | Lo he dicho antes y lo diré de nuevo: pienso que la comida es nuestro recurso más importante. Además de respirar, comer es algo que hacemos día tras día para sobrevivir.
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En español | I’ve said it before and I will say it again: I believe that food is our most important resource. Next to breathing, eating is one thing we do every day to survive.
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In English |¿Alguna vez has programado un procedimiento médico luego de confirmar con tu aseguradora que el mismo estaría cubierto como un servicio dentro de su red de prestadores, para luego sorprenderte al recibir una cuenta de uno de tus proveedores donde indica que el servicio se ofreció fuera…
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Celebrating Black History Month is a tremendous opportunity to acknowledge our past achievements, address present challenges and dream about future possibilities. The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. inspires us to dream about a future that affords us to live in comfort and prosperity. He…
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En español | Shortly after midnight on New Years Eve, the first baby boomer turned 70. Everyday, 10,000 more men and women follow, and this will go on for years to come.
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I believe that anything you really want to do you’ll do with love. That way, it resonates with everyone.
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En español  | It’s astounding that more than 10 million Americans 50 and older often go hungry. Many live in areas that don’t have easy access to affordable, nutritious food — places called food deserts — where sometimes convenience stores selling beef jerky and chips play the role of supermarkets.
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