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  1. Summer Boating Safety

    by Cornerstone Staff

    Category: Informative

    Along with a lot of other boat loving Americans, you are probably excited to get your boat out on the water for July Fourth this year. It sure is fun to enjoy the day relaxing amongst the fish with the sun warming you. Of course, safety is always a concern when you are on a […]

  2. Keep Your Kids Busy All Summer

    by Cornerstone Staff

    Category: Informative

    Now that summer vacation is in everyone’s sites, parents may either be excited to have the kids home or worried about how to keep them occupied all day – especially when a heavy work schedule comes into play. If you are a concerned parent or guardian looking for ways to maintain your sanity while still […]

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  3. Kitchen Fire Safety Information

    by Cornerstone Staff

    Category: Informative

    If you watch any type of cooking show on television, you know that even the most seasoned chefs can sometimes have kitchen fires.  No one is immune to them.  Kitchen fires are the number one cause of home fires in the United States according to the American Red Cross. However there are some things you […]

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  4. Insurance for Your Church

    by Cornerstone Staff

    Category: Informative

    Church organizations usually work within very strict budgets relying on volunteers and donations in order to keep their operations flowing smoothly. One small claim could completely upset the whole apple cart, so to speak. Having a reliable insurance policy to cover those claims that could otherwise break the budget is important. But what is covered […]

  5. What to Do After an Auto Accident

    by Cornerstone Staff

    Category: How-To

    No one looks forward to having an auto accident.  But we need to make a conscious effort to prepare for those things we may not look forward to in life. Having basic knowledge of what to expect and how to deal with any situation can certainly make it much easier to get through. Knowing what […]

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  6. Protect Your Home While You’re on Spring Break

    by Cornerstone Staff

    Category: How-ToInformative

    Do you have plans to take a spring break this year? If so, there are some things you will want to consider before you leave for your trip. Being that your home is most likely your biggest financial asset, you want to be sure it is safe while you are away. Do not tell a […]

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  7. Prep Your Home for the Spring Thaw

    by Cornerstone Staff

    Category: How-ToInformative

    Watching the snow melt outside might bring great joy to you as it means warmer weather is upon us.  However, if you suddenly hear a drip, drip, drip coming from the basement, you might be less than thrilled about that melting snow. Taking a few precautions can save your basement from becoming a flooded mess […]

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  8. Debunking Four Insurance Myths

    by owner

    Category: Informative

    Over the years, many different myths and stories about insurance have circulated. We are not sure how they came to be, but we are definitely interested in getting the truth out there every chance we get. The more common myths involve the color of your vehicle, landlords, and even life insurance protection. Here are some […]

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  9. Fireplace Safety for Your Home

    by owner

    Category: How-ToInformative

    After a winter that brought us low temperatures and high snowfalls, you may have been using your fireplace more than you ever had before. While we still are not out of the winter woods just yet and you probably still have a few piles of wood left to burn, you might want to start thinking […]

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