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Archive | May, 2014

Get Ready To Run or Dye For Charity! Are you ready for another fun event to raise money for charity this summer? Houston will be hosting an upcoming color 5k to raise money for a foundation in our great city. Run or Dye is a popular, annual color 5k run which hosts events all over the county, with Houston’s run will taking […]

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Bridge Meadows

Supporting Our Elders While Nurturing a New Generation The lives of our youth and elders couldn’t be more different; however there is something to be gained from each other. According to PBS, approximately 15% of senior Americans live below the poverty line and struggle with affordable housing, and one “intentional inter-generational community” in Oregon has found a way to aid seniors while […]

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Did Someone Call Dolphin 911?

Do you have a soft spot for dolphins, whales, and quirky marine mammals? If you live in Galveston, or surrounding areas, and are looking for ways to help your community, consider volunteering for the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network or TMMSN. This marine mammal conservation group aids through rescue, rehabilitation, education and research. Founded in […]

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Firefighters Sing Frozen

Massachusetts Firefighters Doing Whatever it Takes for a Rescue! Firefighters have a very difficult job, that often leads them into high stress situations. However, it’s great to see some of the light-hearted tools they use to ease their younger rescues! When four-year-old Kaelyn, her mother, and baby brother got stuck in a Massachusetts elevator, firefighters John Keough and Scott Myette lowered down a ladder […]

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