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Host family loves Distinguished Young Women
Julie and Dewayne Wilson are glad for the opportunity to work in the Distinguished Young Women program. This is their third year as host family since “coming back” after a few years Julie took off ...
Jul 17, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 63 63 recommendations | email to a friend
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Habitat for Humanity: Making a difference in El Salvador
Did you know Habitat for Humanity works to eliminate substandard housing all over the world? It’s true!, says Annie Kinworthy, who was on a team of seven Habitat volunteers and staff that traveled ...
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DAR bring ancestors and genealogies to life
At a recent meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution (Ocoee Chapter), Barbara Fagan spoke on “Genealogy.” She presented her unique idea for making genealogy interesting by making each ch...
Jul 14, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 68 68 recommendations | email to a friend
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Made with love
Walk into Sifted Bakery at Spring Creek and you are greeted with the aroma of baking. The case holding smaller editions of cakes, pies and cookies give an open invitation to “taste and see.” Summer...
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Weight-loss and nutrition in America: How education can make a difference in a healthier you
Fighting the battle of the bulge seems to be an ongoing process for many men, women and children in America. According to the World Health Organization, nearly two-thirds of Americans are overweigh...
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Peter and Susan Goodwin: Sharing a taste of paradise
Summer is a time when people look forward to enjoying the great outdoors and nature’s beauty in all its splendor. Where better homes and gardens is not just an expression but a way of life for thos...
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Living with a medical mystery: How one Cleveland family is coping with the unknown
Doctors paraded through her room to get a first-hand look at something they had never seen before — an 11-year-old girl with red dots of blood covering her body but no clear diagnosis to determine ...
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Larry D. Hawkins: Author releases ‘The Misadventures of Joe Bradley Mullins’
From insurance salesman to electronics engineer, including photography and real estate, Larry D. Hawkins’ work history doesn’t give a hint of what poured from his heart in his book, “The Misadventu...
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Keep America Beautiful: Local garden clubs celebrate National Garden Week
The Aldersgate Garden Club celebrated National Garden Week during the designated first week of June each year. National Garden Week is a time to acknowledge the importance of gardening and the cont...
Jun 30, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 93 93 recommendations | email to a friend
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‘The Cartoon Buffet’ Humorous collection opens at In-Town Gallery in July
Whimsey and exaggeration will take center stage at In-Town Gallery for the month of July when artist-member Bradley Wilson presents “The Cartoon Buffet.” This collection of new work consists of pai...
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