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EUR MOTIVATIONAL NOTE
In an interview with Hank Aaron, author Robert Griessman stated that Hank Aaron was not just an exceptional athlete, but also used other tools to help him to become the top homerun hitter of all times. He combined the ability to dream with extreme focus. He would see home runs as a possibility, then he would make them into realities.” – Willie Jolley, excerpt from the book, It Only Takes a Minute to Change Your Life
Aug. 18: Singer Sarah Dash of LaBelle is 67. Actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner is 40.
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Aug. 18, 1964: South Africa was banned from the Olympic Games because of its apartheid policies. (Source: www.BlackFacts.com)
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