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Adventure: Choir! Choir! Choir! in A2

I was super excited to see that Choir! Choir! Choir! was stopping through Ann Arbor, which meant that I would not have to explain to my dear husband that I needed to make a special weekday trip to Toronto to sing with people that I don’t even know, especially since I am a) a retired trumpet player and b) no good at singing. 571 more words


BSK core team complete with new Trauma-Informed Advisor

Crossposted from the Best Starts for Kids Blog  

Sarah Wilhem is the new Best Starts for Kids Strategic Advisor for Trauma Informed Systems. The title is a mouthful but in a nutshell–Sarah’s role is to provide a trauma-informed perspective and lens that will influence all BSK strategies. 108 more words

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Gordon Hirabayashi Memorial celebrates his legacy

The late Gordon Hirabayashi is honored with a plaque where he was imprisoned for refusing to comply with Executive Order 9066, which ordered the forced removal of Japanese-Americans. 16 more words

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Smoky Mountain Thunder Ride to honor Memorial Day

SEVIERVILLE (WATE) – There will be a motorcycle ride in honor of fallen heroes this weekend.

The Smoky Mountain Thunder Ride honors those who died while serving in the armed forces. 55 more words


5 Ways to Support your Community this Summer

(NC) Looking for some unique and interesting activities to make a truly memorable difference in your community this year? Here are some ideas:

1. Sponsor a youth sports team. 270 more words


A letter to you...

This is a letter to the person who believes they can’t do it,

I wanted to write this letter because I thought it might be what you needed to hear right now. 501 more words

FabSLAM 3D Printing Team Wins a Tour of The Foundery

As part of their winnings from a fantastic second place finish in the FabSLAM Baltimore 2017 competition, seven of our Middle School makers had the opportunity to take a tour of… 122 more words

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