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Julie Seedorf: Readers became friends through column

All good things must come to an end. Yes, 2018 is ending, a new year is beginning, and ...

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Julie Seedorf: Community has more to offer than you know

There’s a song titled “On the Street Where You Live.” The first line in the song is “I ...

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Julie Seedorf: Lutherans can be looney, too, you know

It’s a holly jolly Christmas. I must admit I still wasn’t feeling that old Christmas cheer yet this year. ...

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Julie Seedorf: Peace, joy and love is there if you reach for it

Each Christmas season, others remind me when I write my feel-good column about the holiday season that many ...

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Julie Seedorf: How can we sit in the season all year long?

As I write this, it is the Monday after Thanksgiving, and I realize I haven’t been out of ...

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Julie Seedorf: Kindness helps keep us alive when life is hard

I learned a few things about myself this week. I previously knew some of these things, but in ...

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Julie Seedorf: Feeling stressed? Try not to multitask

I am a multitasker. It is a habit I need to break, but it comes so naturally. I ...

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Julie Seedorf: How can schools get most out of fundraisers?

As I write this, I am sitting at You Betcha Cafe in Alden waiting for my scrumptious breakfast; ...

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Julie Seedorf: Bullying incidents cause feelings of rage

I feel old this week, not in terms of years but in terms of muddling through the social ...

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Julie Seedorf: Check out 10 local authors this weekend

One of the blessings of writing this column and being an author is meeting my readers. This past ...

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Julie Seedorf: What is the appeal of football for players?

Are you ready for some football? I hear that question often. My answer is always the same. “No!” I ...

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Julie Seedorf: Lives can be a mix of the old and the new

I do not know why I have the urge to voice my opinion about politics on social media ...

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Julie Seedorf: How strict should dress codes be at schools?

Watching my cousins get ready for school while I was a visitor to their home in California many ...

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Julie Seedorf: Has immigration changed since early 1900s?

Has immigration changed since early 1900s? Alex Haley stated, “When you start about family and lineage and ancestry, you ...

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Julie Seedorf: Nostalgia brings the good, the bad together

I had a little nostalgia attack this week. It started with my granddaughter sending me a picture of ...

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