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Kevin Bean, Reading, PA Funeral Celebrant, Helps Ease Holiday Grief

While the holiday season is usually one of joy and cheer for most people, Kevin Bean, Reading, PA funeral director, knows that for those who are grieving over a departed loved one, these feelings can be hard to capture. 808 more words

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Holidays occurring on September 17, 2014

Religious Holidays and National Holidays are happening everywhere, every day! Let’s all come together and celebrate! And just for fun, here’s some sports history, too! 264 more words


Recall on Islay

I have spent quite a bit of time trying to get my dogs to have a good recall. I want them to be as free as possible on the site and smallholding, but for this to happen I need to know that when I call them they will come. 282 more words


10 Budget Friendly Fall Decor Ideas

 Pumpkin Party Cooler: Cut the pumpkin in the shape of the size of the bowl you want to use and after you remove all of the seeds and pulp, you then insert the bowl and fill it with ice cold beverages of your choice. 544 more words

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Dream Destination

Although the holiday season is over for many people, we’re giving you one more chance to dream about where you would like to visit. List below the place you would most like to travel to. 42 more words


More Promotional Holiday Gift Ideas

The time is NOW to start planning your holiday marketing, and ordering any materials you’ll be using — be it postcards or greeting cards, or even gifts for clients or employees. 309 more words

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September 17: Citizenship Day

July 4th is not the only day to be patriotic, today is Citizenship Day. Today is a day to be proud to be American. Now, I’m not here for political or ethical debates. 56 more words

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