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Legacy Line Blog

Profiles in Legacy: Amy Lowell

Posted on December 16, 2014

 

 

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Amy Lowell and her husband, Carlos Cordiero

The Power of Legacy believes in celebrating people who believe in the concepts of Kindness, Charity, Compassion and Empathy. People who make a difference in the lives of others. During this holiday season Amy Lowell decided that she would make a difference and hold out a helping hand to the homeless in Las Vegas. Read the rest of this entry »

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2014 Thanksgiving Legacy Project a Success!

Posted on December 03, 2014

Thanks to those of you who follow and believe in “The Power of Legacy”, there are some very happy and well fed families in Las Vegas this thanksgiving. Michael and Esther Brown, founders of “The Embracing Project” who have touched the lives of so many troubled teens, chose a group of families that were struggling this year to celebrate Thanksgiving with the traditional meal and with the tremendous support of our friends at “ECHO and RIG” restaurant and those of you who took part in this years “Thanksgiving Legacy Project” we were able to put holiday smiles on the faces of more than 100 people. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Star Was Bronze

Posted on November 11, 2014

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I was about six years old when, while rummaging through a closet in my parents’ room, I stumbled upon what was, for me, treasure…two green uniform jackets bearing insignia of the United States Army. My eyes went wide with curiosity as I ran my hands over the rough fabric, brass buttons and chevrons on the sleeves. One of the jackets was larger than the other; cut differently and had a few more stripes on the sleeve. I pulled the jackets down from their hangers and slipped my arms into the way-too-long sleeves, wearing each of them for a few minutes, wondering why my parents would be in possession of these amazing articles of clothing. Read the rest of this entry »

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