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Literary Minute – The Diary of a Bookseller

“The Diary of a Bookseller” by Shaun Bythell was an eye-opening read that was both sarcastically humorous and sadly realistic when it starts to touch on some of the real issues faced by book shops today. Critics were excited about its debut saying it was, “Among the most irascible and amusing bookseller memoirs I’ve read.” […]

Caring for Your Superhero

A superhero is defined as a fictional character with superhuman powers. This definition makes it seem impossible to be real, right? Words like fictional, superhuman, powers could never be real. Break the word superhero apart: super and hero – making those definitions, in fact, attainable. Super is defined as very good, pleasant or excellent. Hero […]

The Value of Volunteering

Through volunteerism, we often find our purpose and create meaningful changes, not only for those who volunteer but also for the programs and services enhanced by the selfless service of volunteers. Last year the Points of Light Foundation reported that 20 million people were engaged in volunteer work throughout the United States. The value of […]

FYI Magazine – Spring 2019

Having trouble viewing the magazine? Click Here to read it on Issuu.com As sang by the late Whitney Houston, “…children are our future – teach them well and let them lead the way.” Military children lead exceptional lives, making them extraordinary. It is our duty, not only as service members but as parents, to ensure […]

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