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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Remember That February Is Black History Month

From February 1st to February 28th, people across America will be recognizing and honoring African Americans that contributed in changing and improving the history of the United States. That is why we celebrate Black History Month. Black History Month was started in 1915 by Carter G. Woodson. Dr. Woodson was one of the first African-American’s

National Search Dog Foundation

The terrible aftermath of 9/11 brought with it the nationwide understanding that we Americans can face disaster at any time. With that awareness, it is comforting to know that there is an organization like the National Search Dog Foundation (SDF), founded by Wilma Melville, a grandmother with four grown sons, dedicated to training the nation’s

February 7: Wear Red Day

Women are more likely to die from heart disease than cancer, that is a sad fact, and one that we need to be reminded of. Please join me in wearing red on February 7th, to make a statement that our health is important, we should see our doctors, and maintain a healthy life and a