Category: Newsletters

The Power and Friendship of a Coach

The Power and Friendship of a Coach

Every Little Thing Gonna Be Alright – The Power and Friendship of a Coach, July 13 2020   Can a coach / mentor make a difference in your life? The answer is a resounding YES. Some make a tremendous difference for the GOOD.  A more select group of coaches make a tremendous long term difference for the GREAT. Forty […]

Super Man Gone Too Soon – Allyn Roman

Super Man Gone Too Soon – Allyn Roman

Well before the release of the very first iPhone, I have been a frequent visitor to the Apple Store here in Jacksonville, Florida. Through the years, I have befriended a few of the sales and technical staff. One such person, Allyn Roman, became my favorite Apple guru. I recently learned that Allyn died unexpectedly on […]

The Garden of Eatin’ – Valerie and Zak Furey

The Garden of Eatin’ – Valerie and Zak Furey

We now live in a fast paced world of our technology which can be both a blessing and a curse. At times, we all need to learn to put our phones and tablets down and enjoy the outdoors.  One way to re-connect with nature is to grow a garden. Meet Valerie and Zak Furey who […]

The Therapeutic Power of Music

The Therapeutic Power of Music

As so aptly stated by rock legend Elton John, “music has healing power.” In the world of music, there are singers, musicians, lyricists, producers, and engineers. Certainly, talented people create and bring music to life for others to experience and enjoy. There are also Music Therapists out there making a direct impact on their patients […]

Regina Bradford – Epilepsy Foundation Volunteer

Regina Bradford – Epilepsy Foundation Volunteer

Regina Bradford has a “can do” attitude and a true desire to help others. Regina’s community spirit has and continues to change lives. Regina survived two brain surgeries and years dealing with the challenges of seizures.  During this journey, Regina embraced her inner strength and faith to not only survive but thrive to the point […]

Teaching Kids and Adults to Swim – David Gapinski

Teaching Kids and Adults to Swim – David Gapinski

David Gapinski is on the Loggerhead Swim Team where he competes as a member of the Senior National Team and he is also a member of the Creekside High School Swim Team. On most days, you will see David blazing a path in the pool. His strongest event is the 200 Yard Butterfly. Whether in […]