The 1960s were an era of amazement as the electronic world began to take off, helped along by the many technological advancements that were a spin-off from the space program. As a youth growing up in those years I was glued to the television each time a rocket blasted off from Florida. I can still remember exactly where I was standing when the first man landed on the moon.
To the editor:
It's that time of year again when a clarion call is being sounded for all parents, students, school faculty, school administrators, school board members and staff, transportation, cafeteria, and janitorial personnel, pastors, youth pastors, church members from every local church and every citizen to gather at 2:45 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, to begin United Day of Prayer promptly, with prayer to begin at 3 p.m.
When I first got word of the tragedy in Chattanooga, the word that immediately came to mind was heartbroken. Heartbroken for the lives that were lost. Heartbroken for the families who are remaining. Heartbroken for the community of Chattanooga and Sen. Corker.
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