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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Do We Choose Our Legacy?

Do We Choose Our Legacy?

James Anthony Ellis Editor, Legacy Magazine I had an intriguing experience with my men's team the other night. I thought it to be a cool idea to pose a certain question to my teammates on our Zoom meeting: "What is your legacy?" It's the same question I posed on the...

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My Books … My Babies

My Books … My Babies

James Anthony Ellis Legacy Magazine Over the years, I have written countless poems, blogs, articles, columns and haikus. OK, OK, perhaps only about a dozen haikus, since they are not that challenging. Over the same time, I have also written eight books. That's eight...

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My Legacy? Ya Got Me

My Legacy? Ya Got Me

Crawford Hart Guest Columnist How will I be remembered?  What will I leave behind?  What will be my epitaph?  To all three questions, my well-reasoned response is, “Ya got me.” I’m still trying to cope with the days I have left. I haven’t given much...

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A Legacy of Independence

A Legacy of Independence

Cary Wojciechowski MDI Contributor I am looking back at my grandfather. He immigrated from Poland to the middle of northeast Saskatchewan where he bought a quarter section of land that was all trees. He had to chop down the trees and build himself a cabin. After that,...

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The Match Ceremony Shines a Light

The Match Ceremony Shines a Light

Bill Oakes MDI Contributor A few years ago, I visited the art museum in Boston [Museum of Fine Arts Boston]. One exhibit was a carving of a duck, not a particularly striking rendition, but what I noticed was that the carving was about 9,000 years old, from somewhere...

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