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We are in the midst of several crises: climate, personal respect, honor, and manners, but none are more important in this day and time than the gun violence. Sandy Hook, Las Vegas, Charlotte, Dayton—the list goes horribly on as despondent, confused, and misguided males are shooting anonymous, perfectly innocent citizens in the name of bizarre, illogical motivations.Through this fog, my great friend, mentor, and past Rotary President Mrs. Tara Dacus has brought forth an insightful, penetrating, and easyto- read story that will make us all step back, take a breath, and consider what is the right thing to do. Tara, through an engaging story, is calling on us to use our natural intelligence and common sense to address the epidemic of violence that courses through our communities.
Tara J. Dacus is a successful business owner, wife, proud mother and grandmother, and active Rotarian. Through her extensive volunteer work, she has become passionate about the critical importance the community plays in the well-being and success of its youth. After becoming aware of how the lack of consistent sensible gun laws undermines the good being done across our nation, Tara is committed to helping to reduce gun violence.