Have Faith! We Can Build A Healthier Tomorrow.

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Posted May 21st, 2010

I had a great trip to D.C.  I visited museums, the World War II, Vietnam, Korean & FDR memorials, viewed the nations’ capitol from the top of the Washington Monument, and saw President Obama speak at the memorial for slain police officers on the lawn of the Capitol.    The tour of the White House and Capitol arranged by Congressman Gary Peters was inspiring.  Being surrounded by such rich history, I was reminded that our country was built on the strength and perserverence of its people.  I have a renewed faith in our ability to make this country a healthier place for our children to learn and thrive.   Sign up for my call to action for parents — with one voice, we can leave a legacy of good health for our children. 

Below photo: Portrait Monument to the pioneers of the Woman Suffrage Movement – Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Lucretia Mott, and of course, Barb Flis! 🙂

Portrait Monument to the pioneers of the Woman Suffrage Movement - Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Lucretia Mott & Barb Flis

Below photo: Place where Lincoln’s desk was in the Capitol

Place where Lincoln's desk was in the Capitol

Below photo: Me and Laura, the intern of Congressman Gary Peters

Me and Laura, Congressman Peter's Intern

Below photo: President Obama speaking at a memorial for slain officers on the Capitol lawn

President Obama speaking at a memorial for slain officers on the Capitol lawn

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