Our lives are the summation of our decisions. We can decide to go forward. We can decide to stay the same. We can decide to make critical decisions that can make our lives better, healthier and more meaningful. Often, the worst decision is to make no decision at all.
Terrorists proved on September 11, 2001 that guns are not necessary to kill 2,753 people. Timothy McVeigh proved that a truck load of explosives can kill 168 people and injure 680 while destroying one third of building and damaging many others in Oklahoma City.
Americans have grieved over the senseless murders of 31 people recently gunned down in an El Paso, Texas Walmart and a Dayton, Ohio nightclub. People were out living the American dream, shopping and having a night of fun. They were just living their lives.
As an advocate for local businesses, the Watertown Oakville Chamber is always searching for new and creative ways to help our business community thrive and grow.
For the third straight year, the Watertown Oakville Chamber has presented two scholarships to graduating seniors at Watertown High School.