Saturday, April 15, 2017
Thank You To Those Behind The Scenes
There are heros that we see every day. The fire fighters, police offers, and the list goes on but what about those that work behind the scenes?? There are many dispatchers that are always present and ready to answer the call. They are ready to provide a needed service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. So why not take some time and honor them for doing just that.
Public safety telecommunications week is a great time to applaud the heroes behind the scenes and honor their dedication with appreciation. No better time to celebrate and thank those who dedicate their lives to serving the public. It is a great week to bring awareness to their hard work and dedication.
The titanic was a mammoth passenger liner that set sail on April 6. There were 2,223 people on board as it set sail from Southampton England. The ship was bound for New York CIty but would not meet its destination. The Titanic would strike an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912. It would not take long for the ship to be destroyed in fact the time was estimated at 2 hours and 40 minutes as the ship split apart and sunk. There were 1,157 people that would drown in freezing waters
The Titanic has been said to be unsinkable. When the unfortunate happened fascination grew around the world. Titanic Mania followed with movies, stories and conversations being shared concerning the great ship.
The Titanic had been constructed to be one of three Olympic class ocean liners. The iceberg striking the large ship was not only epic in scale but also tragic. The words of this age old song can help you understand how sad that very day was