Step by Step - March 2024 Email Update

As we journey through life, it's easy to become overwhelmed by the magnitude of our goals and aspirations. Whether it's pursuing a career milestone, embarking on a personal project, or striving for self-improvement, the road ahead often appears daunting. In these moments, it's crucial to remind ourselves of the profound power of diligence and the significance of taking one step at a time.

Diligence is not merely about working hard; it's about consistent effort, perseverance, and unwavering commitment to our objectives. It's the fuel that propels us forward, even when faced with challenges or setbacks. Each step we take, no matter how small, contributes to the greater journey of achievement and fulfillment.

Moreover, embracing diligence cultivates resilience and fosters a growth mindset. By focusing on the process rather than the outcome, we learn to appreciate the value of perseverance and adaptability. We recognize that setbacks are not roadblocks but rather opportunities for learning and refinement.

Let us commit ourselves to taking consistent, purposeful steps toward our goals, knowing that each stride brings us closer to realizing our dreams.
Remember, greatness is not achieved overnight—it's forged through dedication, determination, and a steadfast belief in our ability to succeed.

Stay safe,

The charity poker tournament was a huge success! We had 45 players join the action and we raised $8,000! If you missed this year's event, dont worry, February 2nd, 2025 is the next date!

We want to thank our generous sponsors for helping to make this event possible, all the in-kind donors for giving golf outings, electric fireplaces, and much more!

Sponsors - MediraRX, Wealth Enhancement Group, Life Tree Pharmacy, Evolution Payroll

In-kind donors - Moselem Springs CC, Concord CC, Applecross CC, Maquina Coffee, AKRR Project Powerwashing, and Touchstone Home Products.

The Prevention team attended NAMI’s Keystone Child, Adolescent and Transition Age Youth Mental Health Conference in Pittsburgh a few weeks ago.