Monthly Archives: September 2014

Constitution Day Celebrations

Guess who’s 227 years old today? Our American Constitution! And since 1911 our country has been celebrating this day in a multitude of ways. Teachers will spend the week teaching students about this important document, and how it is truly … Continue reading

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V-Day, Kennedy, the Beatles, the Berlin Wall, 9/11… “Where Were You?”

I hadn’t even had my coffee yet. I had news radio on while I got ready for my college classes, and at first I was sure what I was listening to was a joke, like that old Orson Wells radio … Continue reading

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To Ice or Not to Ice?

Love it or hate it, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is having a big impact not only on the ALS community and the research that is being done to help alleviate and eventually eradicate the disease, but also on how … Continue reading

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