Chairman Emeritus, Osborne Payne died in late November.
Osborne was our chairman for years during our growing years.
He will be missed as our mentor and calm presence at our meetings.
Our condolences to his wonderful wife Famebridge and her family.
An anonymous gift of $10,000 was made in his honor.
The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy has for years done an outstanding job of detailing the reach, cost and social tragedy of teen pregnancy in the U.S. They join here with America’s Promise Alliance in producing this compelling report. Well worth reading and disseminating.
Along the way over the past 20-something years since we started CFOC, we have continually sought ways to express our position within the framework of our society. Politics and Religion influence so much of how and what we think. This WSJ interview comes very close to giving all of us a pass on politics, but a moral compass for our lives, to consider.
Kathleen Parker chose Father’s Day as a vehicle to promote the values of Fatherhood. She talks about, “a fresh crop of men becoming new father ...”. An in-your-face, logical observation about the importance of men to their children.
Birth Control is a subject that won’t go away. This group of Hopkins’ doc’s and students compare the cost-benefits of birth control. And, the Government’s “role”. Provocative to say the least.