Henry & Dianne Ford
Publishers
There is Life After a Sports Career

IN THIS ISSUE

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1.
Make Your Life
A Celebration

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2.
CONGRATULATIONS
to Angel Williams

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3.
There is Life After
A Sports Career

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4.
End of Summer Trip

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5.
103 Years Young
and Not Counting

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6.  
Selena Hudson's
Surprise Party

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7.  
Honoring God,
Creating Legacies

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8.  
It Started With
The Cross

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9.  
CONGRATULATIONS
to Alene Hill

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10.  
Jill Bennett,
Investment
Representative

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11.  
Willie Johnson
Receives
Speakers Award

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12.  
John Williams
Retires to Fishing

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13.
Sherbia Jones
Celebrates Birthday

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14.
CONGRATULATIONS
to
William & Mary Land

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15.
Lucille Grier
HAPPY
90TH BIRTHDAY!
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INSPIRATIONS
and VISIONS

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HOME PAGE

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For those who believe they can earn a lifetime living from their real or imagined
talents in sports, consider the wise moves of former Harlem Globetrotters players
Millard Harris and George “Meadowlark” Lemon.  

Harris, a 6 ft, 8 inch former Globetrotter Center from Winston-Salem Teachers
College  is currently Reverend Millard Harris of Hickory, North Carolina.  
“Meadowlark,” the well-known Clown Prince of the Globetrotters, is now an
Ordained Minister in the Scottsdale, Arizona area.  Message to young people, even
if you are “the greatest” on the field or on the courts, please prepare for “life after a
sports career.”

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“By the time we realize our parents were right,
we have children who think we’re wrong.”

Guillermo Hernandez
VISIONS
"Seeing the world not as it is, but as it can be"
"Where there is no vision, the people perish." - Proverbs 29:18
Your Success Newsletter - July-August, 2006 - Published Bi-Monthly