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The Power of One
Published on December 5, 2013
At FSH, we witness what I will call the multiplicative inspiration property, the power of one inspired person to affect exponential change through a progressive succession of interactions that yield a result far more significant than one. The power of one = ∞
Published on November 8, 2013
Last year, my family and I decided to participate in FSH’s Adopt-a-Family program. Being a recent college graduate, living at home and completely out of touch with the true cost of living, the experience had a huge impact on me and how I view the little things, basic needs like socks and body wash. Items I had never in my life had to do without.
One Princess Crown or Piece of Candy at a Time…
Published on October 31, 2013
A little girl runs home from the bus stop after school. It is a dreary day, but it doesn’t dampen her spirits. Through the front door to her warm, cozy home, she darts straight to her room, impatient for what comes next. There, already lovingly laid out on her bed by her mom, is what she’s dreaming about all day – a pink satin gown with pale pink lace trim and a crown that will sit regally on her head. She is a princess everyday, but TONIGHT she will dress like one.
Back to School
Published on August 20, 2013
With the support of many in our community, we have packed over 500 backpacks with everything from crayons and primary writing tablets to compasses and graphing calculators. And, now it is time for our scholars of all ages to return to the classroom.
Published on August 29, 2011
By definition the word synergy has to do with what happens when different-but-complementary individuals, functions or ways of thinking converge to create a possibility larger than ever-before imagined. In recent years the word has been thrown around in business and technical jargon as the linguistic darling of corporations wanting to be viewed as cutting edge or progressive. And so they might be—and it is a fabulous word and concept to employ.