We hope you will take a moment to read our May Monthly Newsletter to learn what we've been up to this month. 

Here is an excerpt from Dr, Garrow's cover letter: 

"But what actually is in a name? Shakespeare tells us that a rose by any other name would still smell as sweet, and thus that the name itself may not matter as much as the thing itself. Call a rose a donkey and we’d start giving bouquets of donkeys on Valentines, with no diminution of sweetness. I do wonder if Shakespeare is right on this (or at least his character), especially as parents name their children. A lot goes into a name, and when we read each one for our graduating seniors, it marks something special. This person here, this unique one who has lived for years under the care of his or her parents, parents who know that person better than anyone, this one who has been named has now accomplished something special....." Click here to continue reading.