Great Golf, Great Food and Great Results

Doug Ernst, David Horobin and Rob Wetzel of Sequoia Men’s Division, Western Region, took part in the June Napa Valley golf tournament to raise money for the American Legion building renovation fund and for Pathway Homes, which supports Veterans. Their other teammate,...

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Mom’s Long Reach

Mom’s Long Reach

Craig Jones Legacy Columnist Do you have any idea what it's like to have to write things down? I mean, to have to, like a plant has to turn toward the sun. Most likely, you don't. It's a kinesthetic, restless, muscular thing, like how Hemingway said he wished he could...

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The Greatest Chef in All the World

The Greatest Chef in All the World

James Anthony EllisLegacy Editor Some things never change. Some things do. When I was in second grade, my teacher Miss Hall had a fun little exercise for us kids. She would interview each of us about the favorite meal that our mothers cooked. Oh boy! That would be...

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Soft Putty No Reason For Alarm

Soft Putty No Reason For Alarm

Willy HoltMDI Contributor I remember a time when I was about 10 years old. They put a new classroom window in at my elementary school. And all around the new window was putty, nice fresh putty. So of course, what are you supposed to do with that? Well sure, I wrote my...

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Favorite Moments of Mom

Favorite Moments of Mom

As always, it's good to hear from the collective men on the topic at hand. On any topic, it's good to go to the collective wisdom and experience of the men and see what is to be shared and revealed. This month we hear from the men posting on social media, in answer to...

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I Wanted Her to Live, She Wanted to Die

I Wanted Her to Live, She Wanted to Die

Jonathan Rosenberg Guest Contributor My mother, who has been living in a retirement community for a decade, is going to be 107 years old on July 24. Both her long and short-term memory are phenomenal. She reads voraciously and can carry on a conversation with...

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A Mother With a Sixth Sense

A Mother With a Sixth Sense

James Anthony EllisLegacy Editor I wasn't really looking for a sign or anything. Just a simple connection. I knew such a connection could come in various forms. When you are talking about the "other side," there are so many ways to go beyond the veil and connect:...

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A Rich History of Care and Love

A Rich History of Care and Love

Fred T. Tomasello Jr. Guest Contributor Mom took good care of me as a child. From four to 12 years old, I was in no position to evaluate how well she did as a mom because two years after me, my sister Norma came home, and a couple of years after that, my twin sisters...

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