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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Celebrate International Literacy Day With Us

Celebrate International Literacy Day With Us (Sept. 8)

Learn how we can support the efforts to raise literacy rates on International Literacy Day. International Literacy Day is observed on September 8th.  The purpose behind this day is to celebrate and honor the international efforts and progress made to increase global literacy rates.  International Literacy Day also looks to address current challenges to literacy

Football is Back! Celebrate with This Fun Tailgating Recipe

Football is Back! Celebrate with This Fun Tailgating Recipe

It’s finally football season!  Let’s Get back in the game with these tasty treats. When September hits, it’s time to get our tailgate on!  Even if you don’t tailgate, celebrate the first game of the season with some delicious eats.  Round up buddies, grab a drink, and get ready to ring in football season with

Let’s Get Reading! Celebrate National Read a Book Day With Us

Let’s Get Reading! Celebrate National Read a Book Day With Us

National Read a Book Day is September 6th.  Check out these suggestions for celebrating. On September 6th, National Read a Book Day encourages all of us to grab a book and get reading.  Follow these tips for sharing National Read a Book Day with your friends and family. -Host a Book Club.  Assign a book

Help Us Observe National Suicide Prevention Month This September

Help Us Observe National Suicide Prevention Month This September

Spread awareness and learn how you can do your part to help end suicide this month. Suicide is a tragic epidemic that is growing throughout the world.  The goal of National Suicide Prevention Month is to raise awareness for this devastating problem and to offer education on how to prevent it.  Here are some ways

Get Ready—It’s National Preparedness Month

Get Ready—It’s National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month.  How shall we do s0? This month is National Preparedness Month (NPM), an annual initiative sponsored by FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency).  Every September, FEMA encourages Americans to develop an emergency action plan for their homes, workplaces, schools, and communities.  We’d like to invite you to read further to learn