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Another year gone bye

Thursday, December 17, 2020 11:15 | Jeffrey Backus

December 17, 2020. I figured that my book needed to be looked after since it has been more than a year since I added anything.

I am still in school. I finished an AAS in Horticulture, then moved on to an AAS in Paralegal Studies. I have one class left in the Spring 2021 semester. I've managed to keep my GPA above 3.85 with "A's" in all of the AAS specific classes. I have also started on a Criminal Justice program as well since I need to maintain 12 credits per semester.

I have been fairly active in the Loveland Marine Corps League detachment 1250 over the past 3-4 years. We support local veterans that might need a hand up. We participate in honor guard ceremony's for various events and help out with Toys 4 Tots.

On a personal note, my wife and I have managed to avoid getting sick and walk our dog daily in an attempt to maintain some sort of physical readiness.

Merry Christmas and a better 2021 to all!


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