Summer 2004

President and Sister Woodhouse

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Six Cultural Beliefs to Live By 

Six Cultural Beliefs to Live By


Sister Woodhouse:

Thank you, Larry.  We are hand-holders.  Sometimes when I’m nervous it’s a death grip, but we do hold hands.  I want to thank the choir.  Honestly, music to me brings the Spirit into a meeting.  I love music and, you know, you’re lucky that I don’t just start singing along with you because it’s just so beautiful and so fun.
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Jill W. Larsen

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Do What You Are

Do What You Are 


It is indeed a pleasure and an honor for me to be with you today. I usually type these Devotional talks, not give them. I must say, I was astonished when I received a call from President Woodhouse informing me of this award.
I’m certain the selection committee decided to overlook my accounting grade when they were considering me for this award. But I want them to know that I did finally learn how to do a spreadsheet correctly while working for a tax accounting firm for 15 years.
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Christine M. Durham

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Civic Education and Civic Engagement

Civic Education and Civic Engagement 


Section 147 of the constitution of the state of North Dakota contains the following language: “A high degree of intelligence, patriotism, integrity and morality on the part of every voter in a government by the people being necessary in order to insure the continuance of that government and the prosperity and happiness of the people, the legislative assembly shall make provision for the establishment and maintenance of a system of public schools. . .” N. D. Const. art. VIII, sec. 147.
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