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Kudos! Metro’s solar-lit shelters recognized by Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council    

King County Metro received an Outstanding Case Study Award from the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council for the solar lighting upgrades to the County’s bus shelters. SPLC’s annual Leadership Awards program recognizes public and private sector organizations for leveraging purchasing power to advance the long-term health and vitality of society, economies, and the planet. 126 more words

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Book Giveaway: Liberty: The Spy Who (Kind of) Liked Me

Author Andrea Portes has agreed to giveaway a copy of her New YA novel, LIBERTY: THE SPY WHO (KIND OF) LIKED ME. It came out last week, so it’s available to purchase. 1,239 more words

Opportunity

Our Flight Cancellation Experience with Vueling

Upon our recent visit to Bologna, we had an interesting airline experience that I’d like to share here. In addition to being an interesting read, it might help you learn a thing or two about your rights in relation to airlines. 327 more words

Travel

Group welcomes summer researchers

Five new summer undergraduate researchers have joined the group for the summer.  We are so excited to host them and provide them with some of their first research experiences.   199 more words

Students

Book Winners and Kudos

BOOK WINNERS:

Darlene Beck-Jacobson is the winner of The Last Cherry Blossom by Kathleen Burkinshaw

Andrea R Huelsenbeck is the winner of IN THE RED CANOE by Leslie A Davidson… 270 more words

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Kudos! Tobacco Prevention Program receives national recognition 

The Tobacco Prevention Program’s King County Partners with CHWs to Provide Tobacco Interventions initiative addressed tobacco-related health disparities by integrating Community Health Workers (CHW) into tobacco interventions was recently selected as Model Practice by the… 78 more words

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Illustrator Saturday - NJSCBWI ARTIST SHOWCASE

“Now run along, and don’t get into mischief”
Beatrix Potter wrote this very simple line at the beginning of The Tale of Peter Rabbit. We all know the adventure that followed.
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Illustrating