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Originally published April 28, 2017, by ICLEI USA
Throughout the 21st century, cities are likely to be more and more the engines of design that determine how we live and whether our way of making a living in the world is sustainable. 565 more words
The April 24, 2017 post on WDW News Today is, “What is Happening to the Hall of Presidents at Magic Kingdom? Will Donald Trump Speak? 713 more words
Guest Blogging: "Transforming Teen Services: Getting Teens Passionate About Civics (It can happen!)"
My monthly YALSA blog post is up! This time about it’s about something that is particularly relevant to what’s going on in the world around us. 746 more words
We received a letter from Social Security today. It was addressed to me, and to J. In it we are told to come to the Social Security office no later than the fifteenth of May to speak to a specific employee because J’s citizenship (his name stated incomplete) has not been proven. 1,191 more words
This week, we held our 2017 National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Induction Ceremony. The NJHS is the leading organization that recognizes exceptional middle school students who have successfully demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. 71 more words