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Prince William Living November 2018

Our November issue demonstrates how the Prince William area practices sharing and caring. In America, November is the month where we celebrate Thanksgiving. Some people post 30 days of things they are grateful for on social media, start or keep writing in a gratitude journal, or prep and strategize about celebrating Thanksgiving and getting a head start on holiday shopping. …

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Prince William Living October Issue

I don’t believe that anyone I know has ever criticized the month of October. In our area, the weather is generally cooler, and the leaves are starting to change. Crisp air. Apple cider. Scarf and boot weather. As Goldilocks said, “It’s not too hot, and it’s not too cold.” Yet. So, whether you love pumpkin spice, the first month of the last quarter of the year …

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Prince William Living September 2018

September is one of my favorite months for many reasons. One reason is a change in the seasons. Fall officially begins on Sept. 22, although in our area we sometimes get a late burst of summer, which means cooler temperatures arrive later. Regardless of the temperatures, the people in our cover story by Helena Tavares Kennedy ride anyway. “Helpers on Hogs: Riding Together for a …

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Prince William Living August 2018

I grew up in a Catholic home. My father converted to Catholicism the year that I made my First Holy Communion. But, more importantly than being raised in a home with religion was that my parents raised my four older siblings and me to be good people by using our faith in God as our compass. And did I mention that I was raised in the …

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Prince William Living July 2018 Issue

Fireworks and American Independence Day celebrations go together like apple pie and ice cream. Even though fireworks were invented in China in the ninth century during the Tang Dynasty, watching fireworks on the day that we celebrate our independence from the British is an American rite of passage. Everyone has a favorite type of firework or place to see them. I’ve lived in this area …

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Prince WIlliam Living June 2018

June is a fun month, and it officially launches summer on its 21st day. Pools are open, and the water is almost warm enough to swim in without getting hypothermia. We celebrate dads with Father’s Day. And high school seniors graduate and celebrate with family and friends. In our area, thousands of young people will graduate from high school and …

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Prince William Living May 2018

Being a military spouse is not for the faint of heart. It takes gusto, self-assurance, fortitude, grit and love to take your place beside a spouse who serves his or her nation. These characteristics also serve business owners well, which brings us to our cover story, “Military Spouses: Growing Businesses Where They’re Planted” by Marianne Weaver. Meet eight military spouses …

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Prince William Living April 2018

The American Heritage College Dictionary, Third Edition” defines the word athlete as “a person possessing the natural or acquired traits necessary for physical exercise or sports, especially those performed in competitive contexts.” In our community, there is no shortage of leagues for almost all athletes at every age. Our schools offer a wide variety of fall, winter and spring sports …

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Prince William Living March 2018

The name March comes from Martius, the first month of the earliest Roman calendar. It was named after Mars, the Roman God of War, who was also regarded as the guardian of agriculture and an ancestor of the Roman people through his sons Romulus and Remus. It’s kind of a strange month. We start thinking about lawns and gardens in the month of March. Sometimes, …

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