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Weatherford Walk to End Alzheimer's

Date: Saturday 9/27/2014
Time: 8:00 AM TO 12:00 PM

The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. 65 more words


A Confederacy of Friends

I moved to Oxford nearly three weeks ago. When I got here I was surrounded by two people that I knew reasonably well: Ben and Brandon, and by eleven people that I knew barely if at all. 763 more words

4-H's Positive Impact | Why All Youth Should Join

“To Make The Best Better.”

I grew up with this phrase and it still sticks with me to this day. This phrase is the 4-H slogan taught to millions of youth each and every year. 667 more words

Community Leaders

orlando history vote!

The Orange County Regional History Center is holding a contest, asking the public to vote on “100 Historic Icons of Orlando” for an upcoming exhibit. 127 more words

Valencia College

Bushels of Bounty, Goats, and Community

It’s the typical end of summertime here in the Missouri Ozarks, thunder and lightning outside our open door and the rain pouring down. Our ducks and geese are loving it; they waddle around the paths in search of tasty morsels. 577 more words

Local Food

New Little Free Library now open at Lafayette Community Garden

Little Free Library #18575 officially opened on Saturday, September 13 at the Lafayette Community Garden located at 3932 Mt. Diablo Blvd.

With the motto “Take a Book, Return a Book, the Little Free Library’s mission is to promote literacy and love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide. 154 more words

Outdoor Learning Center

Arizona Bishops Host Info Session for Southern Arizona Clergy

Bishop Smith, along with Bishop Gerald Kicanas, Catholic Bishop of Tucson, and Bishop Steven Talmage, Grand Canyon Synod-ELCA, hosted a meeting of over 60 clergy and religious leaders, including nearly 20 Episcopalian priests and deacons, at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Tucson, on August 19. 537 more words