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‘we Made It Work’: A Family’s 13-year Journey From The Other Side Of The Valley | Valley News

Lucas Seaver, of Sharon, second from right, cheers as his son Jacob scores a goal during a soccer game at Sharon Elementary Wednesday, October 1, 2014. Seaver watched the game with his wife Melissa, right, and his in-laws Neil and Janet Allen, of White River Junction, left. <br/>(Valley News – James M. Patterson)’ style=’float:left;padding:5px’ /></p>
<p> Seaver watched the game with his wife Melissa, right, and his in-laws Neil and Janet Allen, of White River Junction, left. (Valley News – James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints  In 2001, Lucas Seaver, left, helps his father, Barry Seaver, middle, and others in the construction of their Habitat for Humanity home in West Lebanon, N.H. (Valley News – Amy Thompson) Purchase photo reprints  Carl Brogan, right, a counter salesperson, hands Lucas Seaver an order to schedule as Seaver fills in for a busy dispatch office at LaValley Building Supply in West Lebanon, N.H., on July 23, 2014. Seaver is currently a manager at LaValley. (Valley News – Sarah Priestap) Purchase photo reprints  Photographs of Lucas Seaver’s children decorate his office at LaValley Building Supply in West Lebanon, N.H., on July 23, 2014, where Seaver is a manager. (Valley News – Sarah Priestap) Purchase photo reprints  Lucas Seaver, of Sharon, left, his wife Melissa, right, and his kids Olivia, 7, and Jacob, 10, head for home after watching Jacob’s soccer game with the Sharon Cyclones at Sharon Elementary with his family Wednesday, October 1, 2014. (Valley News – James M. <br />For the original, visit <a href=http://www.vnews.com/photos/inthenews/14138382-95/we-made-it-work-a-familys-13-year-journey-from-the-other-side-of-the

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This aerial view shows the path being carved for Avenida La Pata from San Clemente

Avenida Pico. Learn more at The Nick Pasquale Foundation Facebook page. CREATING A BUSINESS CULTURE San Clementes Sunrise Rotary Club and the Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to host a free seminar on how businesses can improve morale and profits by creating a company culture. Alan Adamo, a Sunrise Rotarian, will present the seminar at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the chambers offices, 1231 Puerta del Sol, Unit 200. He is an instructor of organizational development at UC Irvine and former human resources vice-president with Fluidmaster. For details or to register for the seminar, call the chamber at 949-492-1131. ST.
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