February 2018 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, February 2018 Valentine’s Day History Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love and friendship. The idea of Valentine’s Day seems to have originated during the Middle Ages, somewhere around the 14th or 15th century. The holiday derived its … Continue reading

January 2018 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, January 2018 Do you believe in, & actually stick with NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS?  I always start out thinking about certain ideas but never stick with them.  Something seems to always get in the way therefore, never following through … Continue reading

December 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, December 2017 Are you having a really tough time as to what to get that special someone in your life?  Well, have I got just the greatest gift idea for you! Buying A New Car: When Is The … Continue reading

November 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, November 2017 Thanksgiving at Plymouth In September 1620, a small ship called the Mayflower left Plymouth, England, carrying 102 passengers—an assortment of religious separatists seeking a new home where they could freely practice their faith & other individuals … Continue reading

October 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, October 2017 Why Is Autumn the Only Season with Two Names? It’s the 1st week of fall—or perhaps I should say “autumn”. How did autumn become the only season with two names?  Before it was autumn & fall, … Continue reading

September 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, September 2017 I received this e-mail the other week and found it quite interesting. I am sharing this with all of you: Good Afternoon Sally, My name is Whitney Roberts, I am a tutor in Kingston, NY (about … Continue reading

August 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, August 2017 How are you doing? The summer is now ½ over. What can you say for yourself? What can you say you did this summer so far? Have you attended any events, such as: car show(s), mall … Continue reading

July 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, July, 2017 Ah, summer has arrived & the picnic season is upon us. One of the most delightful ways to celebrate our freedom is to picnic. Every year one of my friends stage a picnic for many old … Continue reading

June 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, June, 2017 History of Father’s Day in USA Father’s Day festival as we celebrate today traces its history to United States of America. The idea of observing a day in honor of father was conceptualized by Ms.Sonora Smart … Continue reading

May 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, May, 2017 Mother’s Day Mom-isms Do you remember all those things Mom used to say? While some words were of wisdom, some were educational, warnings, & some of them you just did not understand until you grew up & … Continue reading

April 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, APRIL, 2017 Classic Car Poem by Ray Feasey The leather upholstery and walnut dash, Nothing plastic looking cheap or brash The shiny chrome and deep rug pile, Just sitting in it brings a smile To clean for hours … Continue reading

March 2017 Newsletter

Director’s Thoughts, MARCH, 2017 My Old Car Every inch of you, I know by heart Every nut and bolt, Every greasy part; You’ve been with me, Through thick and thin Sometimes I thought, You’d never start again; But with a … Continue reading