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Advanced Citizenry

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Being an advanced citizen means that you dedicate some of your time, your thoughts and your perspectives to a cause that you believe in. This may be something as simple as volunteering a few hours every month to visit with senior citizens in the local nursing home, perhaps becoming a mentor to a child, or becoming active in your local government. Whatever it may be for you, by making your feelings known, you shape the world for the future generations. Your ideas are more important than you may realize, so please participate in your local, state and national organizations, and add to the process with your own individual slant. The more that all of us do this, the more we'll develop a world which we can all be proud.

Each of us has a sphere of influence, a circle of friends and acquaintances who need to hear our message. Whether you decide to do something small or great, please accept your share of the responsibility for moving our society ahead. If we all invest our own special something, the net effect will be a happy, healthy, and fulfilling life for us all.

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  • "Dr. Kordonowy went above & beyond his chiropractor duties today at my appointment when my son got sick while we were there. Dr. Kordonowy took care of both of us, especially my son, helped clean us up and he was so nice about the whole incident! I have been going to him since I was in high school & he is hands down the best around!!"
    Katy H. / Asheville, NC

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