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Immense potential lurks within each of us waiting to be used for the glory of God and the good of others. Unfortunately, much of this vast reservoir of talent and energy remains unused because of the fear of failure. Perhaps you’re one of these reluctant ones.

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An age-old question we’ve all heard before is “What’s in a name?” My thought is, more than we think. Why not use them for more than something to call somebody by, utilizing the phonetic version? Lynn me your ears (I mean, eyes) and you may find Joy in my malarkey. I’ll be Frank with you; Ile…

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April Debrow is an Arcadia native today living in Daytona Beach. She is an author, domestic violence and child molestation advocate and is pursuing a degree in social work. She has overcome that which she advocates for on behalf of others: abuse. A product of the 1970s, sexual molestation an…

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Going on a coffee run for your coworkers sounds like a great idea, doesn’t it? Not only do you seem considerate of their caffeine needs, but you also offer to pay (usually), which makes you seem generous. You’re the hero of the office! But then you have to take down all their complicated ord…

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I had a friend visit the other day to tell me about a problem. I listened to her secret shame and consoled her. Under the veil of anonymity, she agreed to allow me to use her issue, but not her real name. For our purposes, we’ll call her Gwenifer.

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The L&E Club met on March 5 at the Candy Bar Ranch for a “Florida Cracker BBQ” and a review of Patrick Smith’s “A Land Remembered.”

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Immense potential lurks within each of us waiting to be used for the glory of God and the good of others. Unfortunately, much of this vast reservoir of talent and energy remains unused because of the fear of failure. Perhaps you’re one of these reluctant ones.

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The March 11 Arcadia Woman’s Club meeting was called to order by President Linda Waters. Welcome wishes and introductions of two visitors and a guest speaker followed. Lunch was served and was enjoyed by all 21 present.

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There is a lot of new with the Infiniti QX60. But nowhere is it more apparent than with its spirited V6 engine. More than half its components are revamped for 2019, netting 295 horsepower and 270 lb.-ft. of torque, near 10 percent gains over the previous year. For those following Infiniti’s …

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One statement by a speaker at a meeting I attended changed my outlook on handling tough times. “We are all either problem conscious or power conscious,” he said, then asked: “Which are you?”

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