NATIONAL UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER DAY, December 18

Since 2011, National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day has grown to be an international event. Now occurring on the third Friday of December, the celebration gives holiday lovers worldwide a chance to wear their ugly Christmas sweaters. In 2014, they partnered with Save the Children in their “Make the World Better with a Sweater” campaign.  Each …
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Back to School 2nd grade

Send them off to school in style, with everything they need to make the grade. Check with your local school for exact quantities. In our county the quantities differ quite a bit depending on the school. Don’t forget tax-free shopping days. Click here to find them in your state. Start the school year off, with …
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Back to School 4th Grade

Send them off to school in style, with everything they need to make the grade. Check with your local school for exact quantities. In our county the quantities differ quite a bit depending on the school. 2 ct pkg black Expo Markers 1 pkg color Expo Markers 1 pkg #2 Pencils 1 pkg colored pencils …
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Back to School 7th Grade

Send them off to school in style, with everything they need to make the grade. Check with your local school for exAtact quantities. In our county the quantities differ quite a bit depending on the school. Don’t forget tax-free shopping days. Click hereto find them in your state. The list Basic classroom supplies (to be …
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Back to School 5th Grade

Send them off to school in style, with everything they need to make the grade. Check with your local school for exact quantities. In our county the quantities differ quite a bit depending on the school. Don’t forget tax-free shopping days. Click hereto find them in your state. Fifth Grade #2 pencils Notebook paper to …
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D-Day – June 6

D-Day June 6, 1944, is known most commonly by the term D-Day. It refers to the landing of Allied forces on the beaches of Normandy, France staging one of the pivotal attacks against Germany during World War II. World War II museums, memorials, and ceremonies will be honoring the American, British and Canadian forces who …
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NATIONAL TRIVIA DAY

What National Day on January 4th celebrates those who accumulate and hoard tidbits of useless trivia? National Trivia Day, of course! Each year, the holiday recognizes the collectors of unconnected, irrelevant data, facts, history, and quotes in the recesses of their brains. They are the ones who usually proffer these sometimes astounding bits of history …
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January 1, 2020! New Years Day

Happy New Year! If your bleary eyed and looking for Asprin, that was an energetic whisper instead of a yell… Well 2020 is officially here. Now if I can just train myself to write that year, on important things like billing, receipts and checks. If you haven’t adjusted your organizer, calendars, and yearly to-do lists, …
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Common Sense Day

Are you familiar with the saying “common sense is not that common”? Celebrate this rarely used quality on November 4, Common Sense Day. My favorite saying is Common sense is a flower that does not grow in everyone’s garden. As you watch the news, surf the internet, or simply read the latest Google headlines, I’m …
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Back to School

Starting Kindergarten, finishing Elementary, heading for Middle School, stepping onto a High School or University campus, it’s that time of year. As summer heads into fall we prepare for the school year ahead. I know things have changed since I was in school, but the importance of an education was always encouraged in our home. …
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