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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Participate in Celebrating Women’s History Month

Participate in Celebrating Women’s History Month

Celebrate Women’s History Month with some of these suggestions. March is Women’s History Month. Throughout history, women have made significant contributions. However, for one reason or another, women’s contributions to history have often been overlooked. Women’s History Month helps us recognize all the wonderful contributions that women have made to our society. We would like

It’s No Smoking Day, Learn How We Can Get Involved

How We Can Get Involved in No Smoking Day

We invite you to join us in kicking the habit for No Smoking Day.  Whether we’re smoking or experiencing secondhand smoke, it’s no secret that smoking is bad for our health. Let’s take control of our health by kicking the habit. March 8 is No Smoking Day. In an effort to help those of us

What’s in a Name? Let’s Celebrate Our Middle Names on Middle Name Pride Day

Let’s Celebrate Our Middle Names on Middle Name Pride Day

Join us in learning about the importance of a middle name for Middle Name Pride Day. Many of us have middle names. Whether it’s a family name or simply a unique part of our identity, our middle names may actually have some meaning. However, we often don’t share or use our middle names. We would like

Put Down the Smartphone in Honor of the National Day of Unplugging

Put Down the Smartphone for the National Day of Unplugging

Find out how we can participate in the National Day of Unplugging. In our digital world, we have devices all around us at all times of the day. From smartphones to laptops, we are constantly bombarded with information. Not only is it time-consuming, but too much time spent on these devices can have adverse effects on

Get Out Those Books and Celebrate Read Across America Day

Celebrate Read Across America Day

Learn how we can get involved and participate in Read Across America Day. It’s time to dust off those books and get to reading. It’s Read Across America Day on March 2. Let’s work to encourage our friends and family members to read more in honor of the occasion. We would like to invite you