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For your community
*In honor of All Saints Day (November 1), talk with your family about saints you know in your community – living or deceased – for whom you are thankful.
*Volunteer to help pick up trash or recycle in your neighborhood.
*Gather gently used books and donate them to your local library or mission.
*Pray for the government leaders in your community.
10/31/2014 at 11:58 am
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The prize: $10
1. The winning entries in this contest will be part of The List in the August 2015 issue, so tell us something awesome about August–either something you love about the month or something you like to do in August. more
10/31/2014 at 11:48 am
* Banana halves that have been dipped in melted chocolate and frozen
* Frozen grapes
* A smoothie made by blending yogurt, fresh fruit, and a few ice cubes
* Kabobs made by skewering chunks of fresh fruit
* Make-your-own pops made by freezing fruit juice in small cups. (Insert crafts sticks or spoons when the pops are partially frozen.)
07/01/2014 at 02:00 am