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Let’s Go Green This America Recycles Day

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Shall we all do our parts this America Recycles Day. We coexiston this planet; this is why it’s imperative for us to do our parts to take better care of it.  One way that we can take care of our planet is by stepping up our efforts to reduce waste. November 15th is America Recycles Day, an

Here’s Information on Getting Involved This No Shave November

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Perhaps We May Choose to get involved this No-Shave November. While many of us may have heard about No-Shave November, we may not know what this actually is all about.   To explain, during the month of November, participants will choose to forgo shaving and grooming as a means of spreading awareness for cancer. The idea

On This Day in History: The First Edition of Rolling Stone Was Published

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On this day in 1967, the first issue of Rolling Stone magazine was published. On November 9, 1967, Jann Wenner and Ralph J. Gleason published the first issue of Rolling Stone in San Francisco, California.  While the magazine was initially created to cover rock music and political reporting, by 1990 the magazine’s focus expanded to

What’s Import to Know During National Epilepsy Month

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Let’s make a difference this National Epilepsy Month. November is National Epilepsy Month, a month that promotes education and awareness of this seizure disorder.  A major goal of this month is to encourage us to have a better understanding of what epilepsy is and to perhaps make a difference in the lives of those who

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

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Here’s to honor the history and heritage of American Indians this November. November is Native American Heritage Month.  Also known as National American Indian Heritage month.  This designation is dedicated to recognizing the significant contributions that the original Native Americans had on shaping and growing the Unites States. This month, we suggest getting involved by

Let’s Improve Our Diets This Good Nutrition Month

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How we might eat healthier this November. As we settle into fall and temperatures start to get cooler, many of us are tempted to stay snuggled up inside and eat heavier and perhaps richer foods.  Additionally, with Thanksgiving around the corner, this is another excuse to want to begin the indulgence of the holidays.  While

Celebrating Juliette Gordon Low, the Mother of the Girl Scouts

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Happy birthday, Juliette Gordon Low! On this day in 1860, Juliette Gordon Low was born in Savannah, Georgia.  Born Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon, Low is best known as the founder of the Girl Scouts.  Through the Girl Scouts, Low hoped to foster the individual growth, character, and self-sufficiency of young women throughout the country.  In