Don’t watch the clock; do what it does. Keep going. – Sam Levenson
Welcome to another edition of Terrific News Tuesday (TNT)!
In case this is your first time reading TNT, this column is all about good news. I know it’s hard to believe, but I won’t be complaining or criticizing anyone or anything in this column today – just writing about some terrific news that caught my attention!
Here is some of the good stuff in this edition of TNT:
- Travis Rudolph & Bo Paske
- 10th Annual Veteran’s Stand Down
- Great Falls Realtors Association
- Register to Vote
- Monday Night Football
Travis Rudolph & Bo Paske:
In case you missed the story, Travis Rudolph is a Florida State wide receiver who visited a local middle school. He saw Bo Paske eating alone. Paske has autism. Randolph joined him for lunch and a photo was taken that made its way around the internet.
After that, Bo Paske never eats alone – and that is pretty cool.
10th Annual Veteran’s Stand Down:
This is coming up later this month, so mark your calendars – Join Vets for Vets in the 10th Annual Veteran’s Stand Down September 29th-30th to celebrate and provide basic services to area veterans. Some of the services include haircuts, dental work, and even massages. (KFBB)
If you want more information or would like to donate to this very worthwhile event, click HERE for more details.
Great Falls Realtors Association:
Applause to the Great Falls Realtors Association for presenting nearly 2,000 toiletry items they have collected to the Homeless Student Program. According to a report from KRTV, there are 195 homeless students in the Great Falls School District.
Every donation helps!
Register to Vote:
The good news is that we live in a country where we get to vote!
The good news is that on Monday, the game show Jeopardy started its 33rd season!
I try to watch it every night to exercise my brain!
Monday Night Football:
It’s pretty cool that last night’s Monday Night Football (MNF) was the start of the 47th season. (ESPN)
I can remember as a child living in the central time zone and if I was a good boy, my parents would let me stay up and watch the game until halftime!