Best Wishes from us to everyone for a Happy New Year!
May 2010 be banner year for individual and corporate resistance to tyranny at home and abroad, and in following The Empirically Verifiably Resurrected Leader of the Resistance in knowing truth and thereby being set free (John 8:32) to live as whole people across the totality of life in a hard and dangerous world.
Good evening. Tonight, as Americans across the country gather with family and friends, I want to wish everyone a happy and healthy New Year.his is always a hopeful time, as we celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of another. And while 2009 was difficult for many Americans, we must also look back on this year with the knowledge that brighter days are ahead of us - that although our challenges are great, each of us has the courage and determination to rise up and meet them.
Everyone had their own wish as they ushered in 2010 Thursday night.From the big picture to the personal, people wished that this year would be happy, safe and healthy as they celebrated New Year's Eve at First Night Newtown, the last remaining of the alcohol-free, family-friendly celebrations in Bucks County.
"I Felt it was deja vu all over again. I was thinking if there's one, there's going to be four or five of them in different cities," said Schlupp, who owns a janitorial company in Bucks.
The Night, whose theme '2010: The Power of the Pen" to honor the 250th anniversary of the Newtown Library Co., one of the state's oldest libraries, was scheduled to end with a fireworks show at the Newtown Middle School.
It's great for the kids," said Stephanie Moore of Newtown Township. "This is our second year coming. We're going to make it a regular thing every year."
Moore's New Year's wish?
"Sleep and health. I have a 7-month old son, so sleep," said Moore, holding her baby, Grady.