Why the Big 10 still matter – Part 1

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Pastor Zachary Elliott
Zachary Elliott, 2020
Zachary Elliott Special to Valley News Back in the day, when I had to walk to school in the snow uphill both ways, we had this thing people used to do called writing notes. In case you’re not familiar, it’s when a person holds a sharp, yellow, No. 2 pencil or a BIC pen in their hand and begins to form words on a piece of parchment, we called paper. It was a magical time. In case you didn’t know it, these notes people used to write held a lot of power. They decided who liked who in grade school by simply checking “yes” or “no.” They invited you to parties, and, for a very special few, they even got you out of P.E. when you wrote a fake note from your mother – not me. The bottom line is those notes mattered and had the power to change the course of your week, day
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