AHB is thrilled to continue to offer this artist-centric vehicle for the benefit of the Bainbridge Island arts and cultural community.
Michael encourages us to "...focus on our similarities, not our differences. And, by the way, that means not disparaging ourselves, either!"
Eliud Kipchoge, the most decorated marathoner on the planet believes, “No human is limited.” This gives Michael hope as we make steady progress in our life journeys.
“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”
– Leo F. Buscaglia
Mike shares his "what I wish I'd learned" when he was a teenager with 9th graders. Watch this video of his life lessons.
Thank you all who came out to enjoy our quilt display. Even the smoke didn't keep you away!
"...last evening for an hour I was able to smile and tap my toes," said Linda Semlitz. She explains how she was able to express joy during this challenging time.
What can keep you sane during this time? Hear from retired psychiatrist and AHB Board President, Linda Semlitz.
SUSIE BURDICK, the 2020 Rotary Online Auction & Rummage Sale Chair offers us fun facts (& money raised!) from this year's virtual rotary!
As part of Bainbridge Youth Services’ This I Know writing project, Cecilly Stokes wrote this ballad during sixth grade at Hyla Middle School. She originally intended it to be sung to Mazurka in A minor by Chopin.