By Angie Fenton
INSTEAD OF FILLING our final issue of the year with suggestions for resolutions and steps to take in the New Year to create a better version of you – as so many publications do – the Extol Magazine Team wanted to deliver a bit of year-end inspiration and tales of redemption.
Steve Kaufman’s feature about real estate guru Paul Kiger is the anchor in this issue and a must-read article that provides hope for anyone who has ever lost their way.
Dr. Ali Haider, an ophthalmologist with offices in Southern Indiana – including Madison – and Louisville, shares his vision for helping people in Third World countries regain their sight for a mere $20 to $25 in a story by writer Laura Ross. Dr. Haider is on a mission and also explains how our greater community can assist.
Not every inspiring story has to be weighty. Mariposa Consignments owner Michelle Wells offers positivity and far more to customers at her New Albany boutique. She’s a light in our community and a champion for others.
The Final Say columnist Zach McCrite returns in this issue, this time with a column about Indiana University freshman Romeo Langford that could pretty much make IU fans out of nearly everyone.
As always, thank you for taking the time to pick up Extol. I’ll see you in 2019.