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August Timely Topics- back to school

August is a strange month. It’s the only month without a major holiday. Although it still feels like the height of summer, by the end of the month kids are back in school. 461 more words

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How people flew to the moon-exploring the HEART of health in space

Humans on the Moon-July 20, 1969

July 20, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar module Eagle landing on the Sea of Tranquility on the Moon. 692 more words

News, Observances, History

July Timely Topics- Celebrations and Souvenirs

Where I live, we just saw the first day of summer come and go. It was the longest day of the year and so far one of our hottest. 471 more words

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Kristin Chenoweth's memories and memorabilia- a book review

Kristin Chenoweth’s memoir chronicles her successful career as a Broadway, television, and movie singer and actress. She is well known as good witch Glinda in… 1,391 more words

Faith And Spirituality

A doctor, a lawyer, and a flag that still waved

While we consider July 4 to be the birthday of the United States, June 14 is the birthday of the United States flag. Although June 14 is observed as National Flag Day it is not an official holiday, so banks don’t close and no one gets a day off work. 763 more words

Books, Literature, Arts

Remembering D-Day through Art

In the United States and in Europe, people observe June 6 as D-Day, when in 1944 Allied troops invaded Normandy France, liberate France from Nazi occupation and ultimately end World War II. 1,080 more words

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June Timely Topics- Relaxation, Recreation, and Remembering

Where I live, the school year has ended and summer vacation has started, although summer will not officially arrive for a few more weeks, at least on this side of the equator. 487 more words

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