Wednesday, January 14, 2009

January 14,2009 Posts from Margaret

How you can make inauguration learning experience for your kids

"There may be fancier inauguration balls in the works, but it's doubtful any of them will be more fun than the 'Children's Inaugural Ball' slated for Sunday afternoon, Jan. 18."

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Bestselling Author Provides Much-Needed Help for Loved Ones of Cancer Sufferers

"The World Health Organization recently released a report claiming that by the year 2010 cancer will be the number one killer worldwide. More than 12.4 million people in the world suffer from cancer. 7.6 million people are expected to die from some form of cancer. That's a lot of people, but the number of loved ones of cancer sufferers is far greater. What do they do when a special person in their life is diagnosed with this devastating disease?"

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A Win-win: U-pick Pumpkin Farms Recycle Urban Leaves

"Americans love pumpkins. The growing popularity of rural fall festivals, grade school farm tours, and 'u-pick' pumpkin farms has resulted in an increase in consumer demand for pumpkins throughout the country. A critical challenge for pumpkin farmers promoting entertainment agriculture, or 'agritourism', is maintaining fields that are weed-free, attractive, and safe for consumers."

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ECCO GPS Clips to Your Keys, Finds Your Car (PC Magazine)

"IDC Design Corp. has announced a tiny GPS system that can be mounted on a pair of keys, as an electronic breadcrumb trail back to a particular location."

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Facing The Financial Crisis

"Pastor, theologian and evangelist Pedro Lapadjian has been involved in leadership for both My Hope Uruguay and the upcoming Franklin Graham Festival in Montevideo, Uruguay. Here he tells how lessons learned during Uruguay’s severe financial crisis of 2002 can help us during the economic struggles we face today."

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