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What Are You Hopeful For in 2018?

The New Year is upon us – read on for thoughts, predictions, and wishes on what Valley Vision staff hope will come to pass in 2018.

Kari Hakker: “I am hopeful for peace, grace, love, health, and wellness in 2018.”

Tammy Cronin: “I’m hopeful for new opportunities and challenges in 2018 as well as many travel adventures!”

Emma Koefoed:

  • To travel somewhere new at least twice
  • Run a marathon
  • The rise of equality for women
  • One less year of the current administration
  • Read a few good books

Meg Arnold: “I am hopeful that friends and family currently facing personal challenges will find strength, resolution and peace during 2018.”

Adrian Rehn: “I hope for the world to become just a little bit more aware of the need to work together in addressing our collective challenges.”

Alejandra Gallegos: “I am hopeful for fun times.”

Evan Schmidt: “The world to get more sane, the region to get plenty of rain, and to go someplace cool on a plane (or train!).”

Patrick Guild: “The continued prosperity of Valley Vision and the Capital Region in 2018 and beyond!”

Alan Lange: “I am hopeful that I will clean up my desk at some point in 2018.”

Jennifer Romero: “I am hopeful for a peaceful and uneventful year in these tumultuous times.  Let’s hope nothing BIGLY happens!”

Christine Ault: “I am hopeful that Oprah will run in 2020.”

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