June 22, 2018 at 1:49 p.m.
Anyway, here I go off on another tangent about me... what I failed to do in all of the slapstick comedy was recognize the seniors who have graduated. The class of 2018 will always hold a special place in my heart. Yes, my son was in the class. But beyond that, I have formed a bond with this group of kids that isn’t like others. This class from day one has been one of the most outgoing, friendly classes I have ever met. They all get along. Seriously, all of them. They are inclusive in their groups and their outings. Not to say other classes are not or were not, but something is different with this bunch. It’s exciting to witness kids growing up before your eyes, but to witness a whole grade mature into great young adults is even sweeter. Parents of the class of 2018, I would like to thank you. Thank you for doing a great job parenting and raising our future leaders. And to all of the kids I had the pleasure to coach, both boys and girls, thanks for putting up with me - the pleasure was all mine.
I know it’s a tad early to think about the triathlon, but the awesome group that heads-up the local aspect of the triathlon needs volunteers. Thus, I am writing this early to ask if you would consider setting aside some time to volunteer in this year’s triathlon.
The race isn’t until July 29, so there is time to volunteer and recruit your friends. You can volunteer for an hour or two or even the whole day. No matter how much time you give, rest assured, you will be appreciated. The race is on its 14th year. Hard to believe. I remember the first year, the number of racers was relatively low and now it has blossomed into a massive event. The only thing that makes this event so successful is the help of the community.
No pressure, but if you can, we could use your help. Please call the chamber at 651-257-1177 to volunteer or with any questions.
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