Tags » Red Cross

A Lost Race

Tired.

Drained.

Burnt.

These are the feelings you get after losing a race.

It started out as a non competing phenomenon. But ended as a race. 78 more words

Memories

Just Keep Posting: Non-Profits and Social Media Use

According to Facebook, there are 1.5 million non-profits using the platform. By now I’m sure that most non-profit organizations are aware of the importance of social media (it’s 2018, get with it NPO’s). 321 more words

Triple-A Prime

Grade I need from the FDA’s
more than Prime, I need Triple-A.
Not cannon fodder, flesh and blood,
Praise God above for gift of love. 376 more words

Poetry

Unstable Staircase Prompts Full Evacuation Of Bowery Building

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Residents were been evacuated from a building on the Bowery late Thursday due to an unstable staircase.

As CBS2’s Valerie Castro reported, the tenants at 85 Bowery were forced from their apartments on a bitterly cold night. 503 more words

News

Ken's 10: New Marches for Band

by Ken Tilger, Band Education Specialist –

With adjudication season just around the corner, January is the perfect time to preview and select marches.  With that in mind I’m excited to share my favorites for this school year, but first a confession – I don’t have 10 new marches for this list.  1,010 more words

Staff Picks

Why I Volunteer: Holly Thode

I was introduced to the Red Cross through my work and family, but I was drawn to volunteering because of the opportunity to help other people. 377 more words

Volunteers

Get to Know DWOS All-Star: Tracy Lemsky

I am originally from New England but have been part of the Green Bay community for 17 years.  It was my intention to eventually move back to the East Coast but after settling in and truly enjoying what this community has to offer, my husband, Jim, and I decided to make Green Bay our home.   380 more words

American Red Cross