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VOICES OF DAVIDSON

Planning Ahead: Dropping In On 2022 – Davidson Style

  VOICES OF DAVIDSON   Planning ahead: What should Davidson “Drop” to ring in 2022? On New Year’s Eve (in non-pandemic times), many people ’round the globe gather for a final party to mark the end of the holiday season and the beginning of a new year. The largest...

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2020 In Hindsight

  VOICES OF DAVIDSON   By Chris Davis I have been searching to make sense of 2020. I know that its trademarks are suffering and heartache. But in hindsight searching history, statistics and philosophy, I recognize that the pandemic has made the dangers faster and...

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First Haircut

  VOICES OF DAVIDSON   More times than we care to think about, we are confronted by how things are different in the midst of COVID. However, there are still time-honored traditions taking place. And it turns out, one of our best-known local businesses is...

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Our Danish Neighbors

  VOICES OF DAVIDSON Freja and Rasmus Bjorholm and their two daughters (Sophie and Elise, ages 7 and 4) moved from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Davidson two years ago. We  spoke with Freja to learn about her family’s life here and how it compares to their life in Denmark....

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HOMETOWN HERO: Patty MacManamy, BSN, RN

  VOICES OF DAVIDSON   Patty MacManamy has been a registered nurse since 2016. (In addition to her RN designation, Patty holds BSN, ACLS, PALS, ASLC, TNCC and ENPC certifications.) In 2020 she received the Remarkable Nurse Award. She was also appointed a Preceptor,...

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It Is Because of Visiting Forces that We Suffer

  VOICES OF DAVIDSON Editors Note: we welcome Suzanne Churchill to our Voices of Davidson and look forward to hearing more from her in the coming months. This piece was originally published on https://suzannechurchill.com/category/blog/ Sharon Salzberg, a meditation...

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Christmas by Hand

  VOICES OF DAVIDSON ​ Decking the halls is pure shopping bliss for those with bursting pocketbooks, but often agonizing for those on a budget. Such was the case during my very first Christmas season as a young married, where our pay checks were earmarked for...

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Very Big and Very Small

  VOICES OF DAVIDSON The day after COVID took root back in February, I planted some seeds. They were a favorite, zinnias. Not only had I always loved their riotous color, but they were a flower my mother and I had grown when she was a new mom, in her first garden, and...

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