Category Archives: Commemoration/Celebration

Happy Halloween! (2014)

Posted by in Commemoration/Celebration | October 27, 2014

“Halloween”  comes from the phrase “hallows eve,” which literally means “holy evening.” Considering the general theme of Halloween over the past 50 plus years that I have been aware of it, the meaning is quite ironic. Apparently, it was at… Read More

Happy Columbus Day! (2014)

Posted by in Commemoration/Celebration | October 13, 2014

  Columbus Day doesn’t get the press it used to because of various historical and political disputes that have arisen over the past few decades.  Ignoring those disputes for a moment I make the following observations: 1.  It amazes me… Read More

Happy 4th of July !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (2014)

Posted by in Commemoration/Celebration | July 01, 2014

Happy 4th of July! the wonderful summer holiday when we celebrate our forefathers declaration of freedom from the tyranny of King George III.  Their statement was a bold one.  They knew that they could no longer live under the tyranny… Read More

Memorial Day – 2014

Posted by in Commemoration/Celebration | May 25, 2014

How can we thank those who gave their lives for our country? I think President Abraham Lincoln gave the best answer to THAT question in his Gettysburg Address Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this… Read More

Log From a Reporter’s Notebook Regarding Easter (2014)

Posted by in Commemoration/Celebration | April 14, 2014

    Who:    Jesus Christ, revealed as the second person of the three person God. As soon as Jesus was baptized, he went up out of the water. At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit… Read More

A Message from St. Patrick

Posted by in Commemoration/Celebration | March 17, 2014

St. Patrick wrote: “I was like a stone lying in deep mud; and He that is mighty came and in his mercy lifted me up, and raised me aloft and put me on top of the wall. And therefore I… Read More

Happy New Year 2014!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by in Commemoration/Celebration, Structural terms | December 30, 2013

Did you know that the term “engineer” is from the Anglo-French word “enginer” which means to devise or construct? Some etymological sources state that “engineer” proceeded from the Latin word “ingeniare” which also means to contrive or devise. From these roots we… Read More

Merry Christmas 2013 from the Staff at Prugar Consulting

Posted by in Commemoration/Celebration | December 09, 2013

May Jesus Christ Bless You and Your Families with His Eternal Gift of New Life in Him (To read our Christmas thoughts for 2013, click here.) Disclaimer Read More