Monthly Archive: December 2012

Dec 31

A moment to reflect -

kevin Berger

  On December 30th, 2012 Flint reached a mark  that should not go unnoticed…sadly the 66th senseless death has occurred within our city limits and everyone should take a moment to reflect on all the lives lost needlessly.  Below are the names of the lives that have been taken…may they all find peace.   We have …

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Dec 23

Tragedy falls for one law enforcement family…

Burning Fireplace, Decorated Christmas Tree

This is a very sad time of year when any family loses their home to fire or other disaster. We must ALL be grateful for what we do have…each and every day. Take a moment to ask a few questions during this winter/holiday season. Is it important to be aware of the condition of those …

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Dec 18

Kindness

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We posted this story back in July, has anything new happened recently? Let’s see if you have a… “Random act of kindness”…story to share. This is a phrase we don’t see put into action very often, and only hear about…this is your chance to share some of those acts of kindness that you have either …

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Dec 14

Tragedy in Connecticut

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*****Today our Nation has experienced another mass shooting in Connecticut. Words cannot describe the horror and the unspeakable tragedy of this massacre. On behalf of the citizens of Flint and Genesee County, MI, we send our deepest condolences to all of the parents and families impacted by today’s horrific events. *****

Dec 13

Protect Yourself

Protect Yourself. Don’t be vulnerable, don’t be a victim, protect yourself. At FPO, we always say “See something, Say something”, and we’d like to add to that another layer: “Prepare yourself and Protect Yourself”. There are many statistics out there on crime rates, but who really cares about crime rates? Do you care whether violent …

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