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Let’s All Go Green This Earth Day

Let’s All Go Green This Earth Day

Let’s all make an effort to be more eco-friendly this Earth Day. Today is Earth Day, a global day dedicated to supporting the environment and fighting for the betterment of our environment.  In honor of this Earth Day, we should all make an effort to be more environmentally-friendly.  Here are some of the easy things

Say “Thank You” on National Single Parent Day

Say “Thank You” on National Single Parent Day

Let’s show our gratitude this National Single Parent Day. Today is National Single Parent Day, a day created to honor and recognize the hard work, devotion and sacrifices single parents make as they raise their children.  This day was created in 1984 by Janice Moglen who wrote an article expressing her hope that Single Parent

Join Us as We Celebrate International Women’s Day

Join Us as We Celebrate International Women’s Day

Let’s all get involved this International Women’s Day. Today is International Women’s Day, an annual campaign that celebrates the social, economic, political, and intellectual achievements that women have made throughout history. One of the main goals of this day is to spread the message of gender equality throughout the world. In honor of this important

Ideas to Celebrate National Employee Appreciation Day

Ideas to Celebrate National Employee Appreciation Day

Let’s try out these suggestions to celebrate National Employee Appreciation Day. Today is National Employee Appreciation Day, an unofficial observance in the United States that recognizes and celebrates employees in all industries. For those of us that own our own small businesses, or for those of us who are in a management positions, here are

Let’s Learn More About Mardi Gras and Ash Wednesday

Let’s Learn More About Mardi Gras and Ash Wednesday

May we invite you to join us as we learn about the history of Mardi Gras and Ash Wednesday? Mardi Gras, also known as “Fat Tuesday,” refers to the celebration leading up to Ash Wednesday.  Mardi Gras got its name from the practice of eating rich, fatty foods before the traditional fasting associated with Ash

Learn More About “Little Christmas”

Learn More About “Little Christmas”

Learn more about the holiday called Epiphany or “Little Christmas.” Epiphany is a Christian feast day that is celebrated on January 6th every year.  For most Western Christian denominations, this holiday commemorates two Biblical events: the Three Wise Men’s visit to baby Jesus and Jesus’ baptism.  But why is this holiday held on January 6th

Let’s Learn More About the Civil Rights Hero on Rosa Parks Day

Let’s Learn More About a Civil Rights Hero on Rosa Parks Day

Join us as we celebrate the amazing life of civil rights leader Rosa Parks. On December 1st, many states will celebrate Rosa Parks Day.  Held in honor of the historic day when Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat to a white man, this historic event remembers the bravery of civil rights leaders