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Monrovia club spearheads Ebola relief campaigns in Liberia

By Monique Cooper-Liverpool, Rotary Club of Monrovia, Liberia

Today is 2 September, we are just past the fifth month anniversary of Liberia’s first encounter with the Ebola virus.  591 more words

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Labor, Learning and Service

Dear Friends of the Berea College Farm,

Happy September, everyone! We hope your Labor Day weekend has been a success. According to the US Department of Labor, Labor day is “dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. 648 more words

September 2, 2014: I want to be nice, I want to be happy

My cousin once said to her mother, “I want to be nice, I want to be happy.” It was quite a bit of insight for a three-year-old. 399 more words

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I Was a Lousy Student

This post originally published Monday, January 27, 2014 at http://www.grealeadersserve.org

I WAS A LOUSY STUDENT

I met my wife in 11th grade; we were in Trigonometry together. 456 more words

Leadership

Things I have learned while serving toast to rich people in Ireland.

  • I’m more dependent on the internet than I would like to admit.
  • Man cannot live on bolognese alone.
  • The Irish do really love potatoes.
  • When an Irish person says ‘How’re you doing?’, they actually mean hello (like Joey off of Friends).
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Standards

An important aspect that should influence your decision on which drycleaner to use is their level of standard.

Textile Services Association (TSA) Members are given a level of competency guide called “Code of Practice” that encourages the drycleaners to ensure best practice when treating your clothes. 83 more words

G train service restored after 5-week closure for Sandy repairs

NEW YORK (AP) - New York City subway riders can again ride the G train between Brooklyn and Queens.

The return of service comes as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority reopens a tunnel Tuesday that was heavily damaged by Sandy in the fall of 2012.  75 more words

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