This is a very well written and moving article that ran in the Saturday, April 18 issue of the Seattle Times. Mark Cutshall makes a strong case that generous, local businesses and service groups can always be counted on to step up and invest in the things that matter most to us in the communities where we live and work — including Little League baseball. This is a home run well worth the read. With writing skills like these, Cutshall — who says he runs the world's smallest public relations firm — should have his choice of prime engagements. What remarkable things are taking shape in your own community to support the causes and programs that make your community great? Share your news with your local newspaper and see what magic can manifest. Good news right about now is more welcome than ever, and a story that tugs the heart and get us all cheering is a beautiful thing.