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Drew Kaufmann King
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A lifestyle choice

I grew up in a farming community. While I never personally lived on on a food producing farm (my family raised only horses), I did work for some time on the local dairy and swine farms and most of my friends were the sons and daughters of farmers. One lesson they taught me more than any other ....... farming is not a job, it is a lifestyle. These farmers, though living in one of the most economically stable areas of the world, are on call day and night, are at the mercy of climatic… Continue

Posted on April 12, 2010 at 4:26pm

The community center .

The office is a whirl of activity. Some are preparing for our latest outreach program. While we have come a very long way, there is still much work to do to see that everyone has the opportunity for growth. Still others are looking at submissions for or latest grant awards. The ideas presented simply astound me and I cannot believe the dynamic and visionary ideas these innovators have presented. We all know that each one is worthy and yet we must choose a grand prize winner. I do not envy the… Continue

Posted on April 12, 2010 at 5:59am — 1 Comment


I have chosen Energize Clinton County as my role models. While my aim is to make meaningful change to as many people as I can, I very much like the idea of starting right at home and changing the lives of the people that live next door.

Posted on April 12, 2010 at 5:43am

Simplicity! A radical idea!

Why is more always better? It seems today that in our society here in North America, we are always looking for things that "do more". The more features or gadgets an item has, the more value we seem to perceive in that item. Our vehicles, homes, electronics, appliances .... just about anything we own, are all marketed based on having more and more features, most of which we will never use. We say we want simplicity, but we will only look for it when the simplicity is packaged as "easy to use"… Continue

Posted on April 12, 2010 at 5:23am — 2 Comments

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At 5:37am on April 12, 2010, Erin Sammons said…
Nice to meet you too =) You live in Canada? Very exciting!

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