Guest Column: Gratitude

We live in a truly unique time. We are experiencing dramatic changes to our normal routines that come with slowing the spread of a pandemic, trying to minimize the impact on our local economy and community, and support each other through a tragic event where a person was killed….

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Guest Column: Gratitude

 

Gratitude by Tracy Russell.

“I just wanted to say a very special “thank you” to all the men, women, and families that have donated their money, time, food, clothing and other items to Union Gospel Mission….

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Guest Column: Gratitude

I like smiles, and I even like smiling. But the truth is, I often don’t feel like smiling. Stress often squashes the smile.

I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard a superstar athlete say,…

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August Good Character Reading!

Spokane County Library Suggests the following for August – Gratitude!

“A Ball for Daisy” by Chris Raschka
“All of Me!” a book of thanks by Molly Bang
“Baby” by Patricia MacLachlan
“Big Red Lollipop” by Khan Rukhsana
“Farmer John’s Tractor” by Sally Sutton,…

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Guest Column: Gratitude

A Few Thoughts on Gratitude

By Rev. Linda Bartholomew, Episcopal Church of the Resurrection

One of my favorite contemporary theologians is Paul McCartney. Don’t you marvel at how being one of the Beatles was only the start of his career,…

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Gratitude and Respect

New PACE Partner Spokane Valley Fire Department recently helped East Valley’s Continuous Curriculum School students celebrate good character!

Battalion Chief Stan Cooke spoke to students during an all-school Awards Assembly about the PACE character traits of Gratitude and Respect….

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Guest Column: Gratitude

When asked to write a brief article on what gratitude means to me, I accepted with the thought that it would be an easy assignment, which I could complete in no time. I was wrong. On the surface gratitude seemed simple and easily explained,…

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PACE Partners Get Social with Good Character

We asked you to share how you promote good character and we’ve received some great responses, specifically around social media. It’s one of the quickest and far-reaching ways to spread character education to those you serve and your community. Below are just a few examples of what some partners are doing….

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A Few Thoughts on Gratitude

By Rev. Linda Bartholomew, for publication by PACE Partners: The Current, Valley News Herald and Cheney Free Press

One of my favorite contemporary theologians is Paul McCartney. Don’t you marvel at how being one of the Beatles was only the start of his career,…

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Spokane County Library Suggests …

Picture books:

“A Ball for Daisy” by Chris Raschka
“All of Me! A book of thanks” by Molly Bang
“Big Red Lollipop” by Khan Rukhsana
“Farmer John’s Tractor” by Sally Sutton
“Franklin’s Thanksgiving” by Paulette Bourgeois
“Fritz and the Beautiful Horses” by Jan Brett
“Giving Thanks” by Jonathan London
“Gracias Thanks” by Pat Mora
“Gruff the Grump” by Steve Smallman
“I Need a Little Help” by Kathy Schulz
“My Book of Thanks” by B….

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