New intimate blog post from our Founder & Executive Director, Eric C. Logan. Check out his latest story as he talks about the importance of having a vision for life, struggles, and fulfilling his lifelong dream.
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For exemplary leadership and achievement in advancing diversity at Western Kentucky University and the communities it serves, presented to our Founder & Executive Director, Eric C. Logan by President Gary A. Ransdell.
Light of Chance, Inc. kicks off an online fundraising campaign today for its new after-school arts program, Breathe, through the popular crowd-sourcing platform, Indiegogo.
Breathe seeks to cultivate creativity while providing a positive environment for youth to express themselves, engage in important issues and experience personal and social transformation through the arts. Students will engage in [...]
Jontae Minor, a fifth-grade student at Pride Elementary, has gained songwriting and singing skills through class instructors L’Mer Owens and Dewayne GoLightly.
His concentration never wandered nor did his voice crack while in the recording booth performing a solo part for a song the class wrote, entitled “Too Young.”
Piece by piece, cent by cent, I am building Light of Chance. Have you ever tried building something huge with minute pieces? It is a slow grueling process. If you knew the complete ups and downs, the long grind it took to become success in an industry that isn’t always kind, would you do it? Honestly, I am not sure I would. Old folk say, “God takes care of babies and fools”. I am not a baby, so I must be a fool because lord knows I don’t know how I made it this far.
A Chance at Destiny: Eric C. Logan ‘Aspires’ to uplift his community with purpose, passion and his nonprofit organizationJuly 13, 2011
It’s around 3 a.m. on a weekday in Bowling Green, KY. Although some of the city’s residents have just reached the halfway mark in their night shifts at businesses like Walmart, Kroger, Waffle House and Denny’s, most of the people in the city are lying comfortably in their beds, lost in their slumbers. However, there [...]
Everything I see turns into a thought of how I can incorporate it into Light of Chance. My work consumes me to a point of borderline obsession. I think to myself, is this normal? This happens night after night, day after day. Personally, I think there is a fine line between insanity and greatness; sometimes, I don’t know which side I’m on…
As one year ends and another begins, we are in our reflection and reminiscing mode. Reassessing and evaluating, evaluating and reassessing our lives with fine tooth combs. In the mist of these deep thoughts, we come up with a list of New Year resolutions filled with things we want to do, change, improve, join, give, and try. To be honest, most of us will NOT achieve our New Year resolutions.
Why are you doing this? Do you really think people are paying you any attention? Do you make any money? You need to get a real job. These are just a few pessimistic things I hear when it comes to me and Light of Chance.
Depression during the holidays can be due to financial stress, emotional and relationship issues. Some people tend to overwork, they end up doing more work than usual and having no rest at all. On the other hand, loneliness or being away from a loved one and having too much time can lead to depression. All these reasons can be holiday triggers for stress.