Watching WOMEN WHO MAKE AMERICA on PBS tonight, it struck me that I am one of those women, and since no one from PBS sought me out to interview, I want to share an important story of courage, empowerment and success.
One of the most empowering achievements in my life is integrating the bar for the women of Oswego Lake Country Club (OLCC), an achievement my mother abhors. Here’s the rest of the story.
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The way to improving human relations is to invest early in one another. If you don’t think adult presence has any influence on teens, think again.
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Here’s a taste of one of the tunes from the COWGIRL IN THE WIND album recorded in 1980 Who knew this song would fit right in with HIDE A HEART! …
Heartfire by Mary Catherine Lunsford
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