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So sorry for this devastating loss to our community. Bobbie will DEFINITELY be missed. Blayne -- will be looking forward to seeing you soon ...... Keep smiling ..... Love never dies.
Now wouldn't it be nice if the old nursing home on Rose Street could be managed by ex-cons who are doing well, and use peer support to those just leaving prison to help them succeed outside of the bars ......... and maybe give a couple of mental health counselors, anger management counselors, and disabled or homeless vets a job and purpose in life to work with these ex cons ?????
Thanks for the remembrance. Most of Dixie feels the same way, I'm sure.
R.I.P. Cowboy Bob. You had a big heart.
I'm sorry --- why demolish history for something that won't last a quarter as long and won't be made out of good old American-made goods? Lincoln a.k.a. Paine is a wonderful building with lots of atmosphere. Yes - the commodes need to be replaced on the second floor, and by law, wheelchair/handicap access is needed -- but don't destroy a beautiful building that has soul. The students know how to take care of their school. Let them appreciate the warm, welcome feeling rather than the sterility and mundanness of a new building. Upgrade, remodel, but don't tear down -- please!!!
RIP Dennis. Dixie is less, but Glory is more.
RIP Dennis. Dixie is less but Heaven is more.
will this proposed health center be for all students in all schools or just certain select groups?
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