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Maralyn Spencer


Today is the 75th anniversary of D-Day when over 160,000 soldiers invaded Normandy, France, the largest seaborne operation in our history and a turning point in WWII. ​The number of people who suffered on that day is overwhelming. So, I look for inspiration from individual stories of the people who worked silently to end [...]

Maralyn Spencer2022-02-24T15:56:50-05:00

Gerda Lerner (1920-2012)


“Strengthening our depth perception requires accurately seeing with both eyes. When we see with one eye, our vision is limited in range and devoid of depth. When we add to it the single vision of the other eye, our range vision becomes wider, but we still lack depth. This is only when both eyes [...]

Gerda Lerner (1920-2012)2022-02-24T15:57:20-05:00

Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon Low (1860-1927)


Friends called her “Daisy” and her siblings called her “Crazy Daisy” was born October 31, 1860 in Savanna Georgia. A strong, independent, resilient woman who historians speculate was dyslexic, was the founder of the Girls Scouts. At a young age she was sent to boarding school and was raised to be loyal, dutiful and [...]

Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon Low (1860-1927)2022-02-24T16:50:58-05:00
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