Archive - Jan 24, 2013 - Food and Leisure
We are living in a time today that may be described as fast and furious. We eat at fast food restaurants, pay for our groceries in express lanes, have our vehicles serviced at jiffy lubes and get advances on our paychecks at quick cash.
Our fast paced lifestyles have given birth to such names as Stop & Go, Fastbreak, Fastlane, Rapid refund, Quick Keys and B-Quick. Everything we do now is so urgent that it must be done faster than right now.
Rachel Herndon (left) of Oak Hill Academy and Josh Tucker of West Point High School are presented with awards for being the West Point Rotary Clubâs Students of the Month. Photo by Bryan Davis
Before Steve Brown went to work for Community Hospice in the organizationâs marketing department, he thought what many think when they hear the name.
That is that much of what Hospice does has to do with death.
Since going to work at the organization and also seeing what it has done for his own stepfather, Brown sees Hospice in a completely different light.
âItâs really about life, not death,â Brown said to the West Point Rotary Club on Thursday.