A message from the President
A HOLIDAY MESSAGE FROM YOUR NEWLY RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT
I’d like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very blessed Holiday Season!
As we enter into this special time for family, friends, and colleagues filled with partying and merriment, let us all take pause and reflect on the year which is very quickly transforming into 2016.
It’s said that anytime you can break even or better in life or business, well, it’s a very good thing. For the IPCC and many of its’ members, 2015 has been just that sort of year. We’ve made many new friends, gained a very respectable number of new members, garnered a reputation as a steadfast organization comprised of honest and truthful members dedicated to helping those less fortunate, thru deed, action, and the written or spoken word. All in all, not a bad place to be when closing out a year fraught with widespread world strife, discord and turmoil.
Through it all, our little organization has persevered and enters into 2016 even more determined to stay the course chosen by its members, a healthy mix of Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Jews all working to stay unaffected by political hysterics, and religious intolerance.
Before we all go our separate ways to fully enjoy everything this season has to offer, I sincerely ask everyone to take a moment to remember those among us less fortunate, or ailing from serious or life threatening illnesses. These numbers include some of our very own members who are truly in need of all our prayers and well wishes. To this end, I so urge everyone to take a moment out of their busy schedules and do just that. It takes so little and means so much.
… And thank you from the bottom of my heart for last week’s unanimous vote of confidence allowing me to remain as your President for one more year. A year that I feel will be the best in years for the IPCC!
On a personal note, we’d like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year from the Toberman Family to yours!
Wayne and Sherry
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