About MFN

John V. Finnegan, Chairman

Philip J. Judd, Vice Chairman/Project Director

Roger Pomerleau, Treasurer

Lisa Miller, Secretary/Clerk

Committee Members:

Dean LaChance

Edward Miller

Kay Rand

Mitchell Ross, MD

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February, like November appears to focus on a single celebration. November has Thanksgiving, think pumpkins and turkeys. February has Valentine’s Day, think, hearts, stuffed animals and flowers. In each case there is deeper heartfelt message.

In February, Valentine’s Day encourages expressions of appreciation for cherished relationships-spouse, child, parent and grandparent. It celebrates friendships in school and the work place. These expressions of appreciation are the loving message transmitted.

The giver recieves a benefit that is priceless an important attribute-patience towards others, especially those on their mind during this time. They also receive a sense of peace in their world of family and friends.

“When you embrace patience, you will receive peace.”

Parents help build productive lives for their children.