What is gratitude and why does it matter?
Gratitude is feeling and expressing thankful appreciation for benefits received.
“Gratitude is sourced in a humble awareness that chooses to see the good, and it ends in true joy!” Isidro “Rey” Ornelas, Military Family Advocate Medical Lake School District. PACE guest columnist August 2017.
“Gratitude is one of the deepest and most formidable choices we can ever make.” Rev. Linda Bartholomew, Episcopal Church of the Resurrection. PACE guest columnist August 2016.
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A great way to demonstrate and model good character – Citizenship, Caring, Generosity and Gratitude – is to volunteer in our community. Check out these listings of community service opportunities for families, schools, businesses and civic groups.
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In this issue:
This spring we honored 72 area students for their good character. At schools and homes, our Board, our school representatives and our sponsors all came together to present these exceptional students with an award,...Read More
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,...Read More
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....Read More