Saturday, June 1, 2013

Welcome to the View Point - June 2013

Ah, the languid days of summer are almost upon us.  It is finally starting to feel like normal here in Texas.  Temperatures are creeping up to the 90's.  Baseball is being played at sand lots and at the Temple in Arlington, where the Rangers look like they are going to make another serious run for the playoffs.   The June issue brings along a great article on school safety from our regular contributor Bill Holmes.  I've also offered some observations on air-travel and would like to hear from you all about your experiences taking trips whether for business or leisure.   As we move into summer our thoughts are still with those who have been recently impacted by the terrible storms in Oklahoma and Kansas.  Tornadoes and Heavy Thunderstorms are no laughing matter and some times, like in the case of the tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma become tragic.   Please, if you haven't already done so, reach out and help those who lost their homes, their property or loved ones.  The Red Cross is still accepting donations for a relief fund for those affected.  If you can help,please do so. You can reach the Red Cross by clicking HERE.

I hope you enjoy this month's issue and please, as always, become part of the conversation.

Dennis Sherrard, Editor


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