“If you ever get a chance to lend a hand, or a hammer – do it,” said Governor Markell. “Whether it’s the Mill Stone project or others, the time, talent and resources dedicated by these volunteers help renew local communities, one block at a time. It also helps renew something in each volunteer – a sense of connection to our community. And when you’re volunteering with friends or co-workers, it renews your sense of teamwork and purpose.”
If you ever get a chance to lend a hand, or a hammer – do it.
In his weekly message, Governor Jack Markell talks about Delawareans who have been working hard to help our state compete in the global economy…and on reality television.
Somebody told me years ago that if you’re watching yourself on a reality television show, something in your life may have gone terribly wrong. And, if it hasn’t, it very well may before the episode is over.
Most of us had at least one teacher growing up who changed our lives – who inspired us, who saw something in us, who took the time to say – “I see what you’re capable of and I am going to challenge you to do it.”
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