August 31, 2016
From Outgoing CEO, Bill Powers: In Dostoyevsky’s, The Brothers Karamazov, Aloysha bids farewell to the boys by saying, “You must know there is nothing higher and stronger and more wholesome and good for life in the future than some good memory, especially a memory of childhood – People talk to you a great deal about your education, but a good, sacred memory, preserved from childhood is perhaps the best education. . . . What’s more, perhaps that one memory may keep you from great evil and you will reflect and say, “Yes, I was good and brave and honest there!.”
When Dostoyevsky wrote these words many years ago he never envisioned that he would be perfectly capturing the essence of our work here today at Bonnie Brae. But for the past 14 years we have been about the business of creating good, sacred memories for our guys. And these memories have and will continue to protect them from great evil. Please please continue to create these good, sacred memories. Thank you for your support and help!
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