Responsibility is an important facet of everyone’s daily life, one that helps spur boys and girls, men and women on to journeys of personal growth and something that prepares us to take on new adventures.
Morgan knew his grandmother was serious when she said, “I’m done.” They were painful words for the eighth-grader to hear. Morgan also knew he had
Pretty blue eyes, framed by strands of long blonde hair, sparkle and dance as Marlie, 9, is working on a jigsaw puzzle on a table at Veigel Home. This little ball of sweet energy keeps at it until she finds a piece that slips in place and fits. Her face does a little happy dance! As with the puzzle, Marlie’s also figuring out what does and doesn’t fit in her life.
“I feel a responsibility to give back,” said Shuron “Tony” Wade, who spent eight years at Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch from 1980 through ’87. “It was the best place for me and, to this day, I wouldn’t change anything about my being there. I want to be a positive role model for the kids who are out there now.”
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