by Amanda Reardon, Captain - I admit that sometimes I’m a little self-absorbed. What are miniscule problems in the grand scheme of things can seem like insurmountable obstacles when they’re my problems. I try to maintain perspective, but I’m not always
by Donald Bell, Lt. Colonel - The gift of Joan Kroc represents an unprecedented challenge and opportunity for The Salvation Army. Joan Kroc’s clear vision for the community centers to be developed with her funds was that each “Ray and Joan
Letters to the Editor NF evaluates territory Thank you for your in-depth article “Update: New Frontier Evaluates Territory” (July 24, 2004). It gives me better insight into where The Salvation Army is going, and demonstrates that the Army cares how we accomplish
Promoted to Glory Brigadier Gwen Carruthers was promoted to Glory on July 21 from a hospital in Burnaby, British Columbia. Born May 16, 1916 in New Westminster, B.C., Canada, Gwen was the daughter of the late Colonel and Mrs. Walter-John Carruthers. She entered
by Jenni Ragland - <> RACERS AND SUPPORT teams enjoy a hot meal at the Army canteen. Determined and inspiring are two words that describe the 21 athletes who participated in the annual Ultra-Challenge Wheelchair Marathon from Fairbanks to Anchorage. Traveling along the
by Misty Millhorn - National champions: The South Mountain Youth Center Pregnancy Prevention Volleyball Team with coaches Bob Wycoff and Eva Pulido. The Salvation Army’s South Mountain Youth Center Pregnancy Prevention Volleyball Team recently won a national gold medal, making them
Auxiliary Captains Gene and Elsie Lantz recently retired from active service in The Salvation Army after many years of distinguished service. Elsie Heaver was born of officer parents into a multi-generational Army family in Port Huron, Michigan. Gene, born in Flora, Ind.
Majors Raymond and Virginia Gilman have retired from active duty as Salvation Army officers, after 86 combined years of service. Virginia Lowman was born in Portsmouth, N.H. to Eastern Territory officers, Brigadiers Clair and Ella Lowman. Ella, now age 98, lives