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Hurlbut Care Communities

Hurlbut Care Communities

Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “We may not be able to prepare the future for our children, but we can at least prepare our children for the future.” And no doubt, it doesn’t take a doctorate in philosophy to understand a fundamental truth, that the counsel, the mentoring, the encouragement one receives in youth can […]

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Summit At New Port Richey

Summit At New Port Richey

The cozy Florida community of New Port Richey regales residents with its offering of culture, history and scenic charm so beautifully supported by the Gulf of Mexico and a tributary in the Pithlachascottee River.  In accounting of New Port Richey’s origin, Historian Elroy Avery notes the legendary Spanish explorers and native tribes once affiliated with […]

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United Church Homes

United Church Homes

“For length of days, and long life, and peace, shall they add to thee,” notes the Book of Proverbs. For an Ohio-based provider of senior housing and care services, the attention to duty is not so much an aspect of corporate functions, but an alignment to a spiritual foundation that unites a community in long […]

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Westminster at Lake Ridge

Westminster at Lake Ridge

Charles Dickens once wrote that Father Time is not always a hard parent, that his hand is often only lightly applied among those who have used him well, leaving both their hearts and spirits as young and vigorous. He noted that a gray head is simply the indelible impression of time’s blessing “and every wrinkle […]

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Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition

Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition

The Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition (SEED) is a non-profit alliance of individuals, businesses and organizations advocating for energy efficiency, renewable solar, wind and geothermal power in Texas. They educate the public about the benefit of sustainable energy solutions which provide environmentally-desired alternatives that mitigate impacts otherwise arising in production of nuclear or coal-based generation. […]

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U.S. Green Building Council

U.S. Green Building Council

In a poem simply entitled “Green” – Nigerian Poet Oluseyi Oluseun writes that green is “the color of the mind, the symbol of hope… the symbol of advancement… the symbol of perfect growth.” In the modern era, green has also become symbolic of the growth in demand relative to the designing and developing of commercial […]

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City of San Antonio

City of San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas, is historically celebrated for a battle fought at a famous fortress called The Alamo. In 1836, in a struggle to wrest Texas independence from Mexico, a few hundred frontiersmen (which included notables like Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett) perished at the hands of an army led by Mexican General Santa Anna. Weeks […]

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The City of Coppell

The City of Coppell

From her earliest days in Texas to her rise as First Lady of the United States, Claudia Alta Taylor (aka “Lady Bird” Johnson) was widely respected as a proponent of conservation and eco-sensitive efficacy. She once said the environment is the one thing that all share, the place where all meet and maintain mutual interest. […]

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Skyrider Developments

Skyrider Developments

Saint Augustine once explained that will is to grace what the horse is to the rider. His point being, the ability to impart pleasing qualities of form, function and movement is directly influenced, if not delivered, by the sheer power and intentional force from that, on which efforts are saddled. The analogy may apply to […]

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“Mine” Your Own Business

“Mine” Your Own Business

Employers, as well as anyone else, may soon have opportunity to eavesdrop in manner never before allowed thanks to two new commercially developed software solutions. Massachusetts-based Raytheon, following the conducting of a joint research project with the U.S. government, says it has developed software capable of mining excessive measures of data from social networking sites […]

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