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    Family reunion time

    Jul 01, 2014

    I have a very large family, with tons of cousins and relatives. Every July we have an enormous family reunion, hopefully in a central location since we’re scattered across the nation. But this year, the cousin-in-charge picked Maine. That’s quite a distance from California’s Bay Area. Nonetheless, it will be a fun 3-day event that always includes a historical excursion.

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    6 fun things to do in the Bay Area

    Jun 19, 2014

    One of the highlights for me since I moved to the Bay Area two years ago has been visiting the local sites and attractions. There is so much to do here, and it’s all within driving distance. Many of our local sites are popular destinations for tourists from all over the world!

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    Family is love

    May 19, 2014

    Here in the midst of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, many of us are thinking about our parents, and maybe even assessing our own parenting skills. One consistent trait among humans is our love for our families. As children, we rely on our parents for everything. When we become parents ourselves, our children rely on us.

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    Buzzing with excitement

    Apr 21, 2014

    KeyPoint’s Board of Directors meeting was recently buzzing with excitement. Literally. It started with one buzzing bee in the room, and soon there were more. We discovered an active hive right outside our second-floor boardroom, and the bees had found a way inside.

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    Scoring a hole-in-one

    Mar 31, 2014

    Like many people, I am an avid golfer. There’s nothing like driving the ball down the middle of the fairway, and having a great second shot with a perfect birdie opportunity. But I think what I like most about golf is the friendly (and sometimes fierce) competition.

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    Money on the run

    Mar 07, 2014

    When I first joined KeyPoint almost two years ago, I logged a lot of airline miles commuting back-and-forth to Seattle until my family joined me in the Bay Area. Hundreds of KeyPoint members are also frequent flyers—traveling domestically and internationally for both business and pleasure.

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