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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs. Patriots

Defending Champions Seahawks Take On Brady And Belichick After the heart-pounding and narrow victory the Seattle Seahawks triumphed over the Green Bay Packers to and secured the NFC Championship, the Super Bowl will surely be a thrill ride to rival the excitement NFL football fans have already experienced during this playoff season. Fortunately, if any

January is National Mentoring Month!

Thank a Mentor – Be a Mentor  January is National Mentoring Month! There is proven evidence that youth who are empowered by a mentor find greater success throughout their lifetime. Mentoring is an act that provides youth and young adults with the resources and tools to make informed, responsible decisions. The act of mentoring often

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Keeping the Memory Alive Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. This annual day of remembrance takes place on the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. This day is intended to not only honor and remember each and every victim of the Nazi era, but to also formulate educational programs in hopes of preventing future genocides.

Australia Day on January 26

Celebrating Australia Day!  This year, Australia Day falls on the 26th of January. This day is intended to support and spread the values of Australians as a whole. Whether you are Australian or not, there are a variety of ways in which you can recognize the holiday, including but not limited to: If you are interested

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Education, Prevention, Early Detection  January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month! During the month of January, awareness and education of the disease is promoted in hopes of increasing early detection. Cervical cancer is caused by a virus called HPV. HPV is short for human papilloma virus. This virus can cause changes in the cervix. HPV is

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

The Third Monday Of January  Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Today, Monday, January 19th marks the recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr. While it took fifteen years for the holiday to be recognized federally, it is amazing to see that nobody gave up in passing this legislation. The holiday first became an idea four days

January 25th is World Religion Day!

Researching The Similarities & Differences Of All Religions  January 25th is recognized as World Religion Day across our globe. In 1950, the Bahai faith created this holiday to encourage followers of the Bahai faith to celebrate no matter where they may be. In its 64th year of celebration, the holiday has transformed to recognize all religions. With