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This week, the Rademacher Financial team ventured out to East Heights Elementary in Lawrence to help out the United Way and Salvation Army of Douglas County with their Back to School project. We helped pack, organize and sort school supplies and backpacks for those in need. This year they have more than 1,100 backpacks to give to students in Lawrence. We had a wonderful time helping out!
Rachel and I have been enjoying the spring weather. This morning’s temperature (wind chill 30) was a little shock but it’s great to see everything greening up. Rachel and I recently went hiking at the Konza Prairie Biological Station near Manhattan, KS.
During February our home returned to the “new normal” for Rachel and I, as both Katelyn and Garrett had already left for college. We enjoyed having them both home for their holiday breaks. I’m also pretty sure they were ready to go back. Garrett’s updates from college are positive. Classes seem to be going well so far.
Rachel and I supported the Old Fashioned Christmas Parade at the beginning of December. We had dinner Friday night with the parade riders and enjoyed learning how far many of the parade participants had come. I learned from a Nebraska couple at dinner that there probably isn’t another event like this in the Midwest.