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Woolly Hats and Warm Hearts Lands' End Invites Customers To Knit A Charity Hat For Chilly Sailors

2009-09-19 | Lands' End is calling on customers to grab their knitting needles, cast-on and help sailors cast-off in a cosy new hat.


Brothers Complete Daring Trans-Atlantic Voyage in Tiny Open Fishing Boat Without a Cabin or Keel

2009-09-18 | Boaters Encounter Sharks, Giant Waves, Gale Force Winds, and Icebergs on World Record-Breaking 76-day Journey to Raise Funds for Fallen Hero Foundations


Hollywood For Habitat For Humanity's Fall VIP Experience Auction Features Superstars Of Film, Music, TV & Sports And Shines Spotlight On Affordable Housing

2009-09-15 | Proceeds will help Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles Build Affordable, Sustainable Homes for Families in Need


Katy/Fulshear's Firethorne Master-Designed Community Welcomes 17th Annual Katy Triathlon Sunday, Oct 25

2009-09-15 | The 17th Annual Katy Triathlon, the third largest co-ed triathlon in Texas, will move to the Firethorne master-designed residential community. The "Katy Triathlon at Firethorne," a USA Triathlon-sanctioned race, will be Sunday, October 25.


Girl Scouts to Recognize Community Leaders at 15th Annual Santa Barbara Women of Distinction Reception

2009-09-15 | Santa Barbara Women of Distinction Event Honors Local Women; Benefits Local Girl Scouts


Get It Straight Orthodontists in Pittsford NY Award Eleven College Scholarships to Patients in the Rochester NY Area

2009-09-07 | Get It Straight Orthodontics awarded eleven college scholarships to their patients in the Rochester NY area. The scholarships were given to offset the rising cost of education for their patients who contributed to others in the Rochester community.


Shortage of Lupus Patients Challenges Growing Number of Clinical Studies, Lupus Foundation of America Addresses Issue by Educating Patients about Participation in Clinical Trials

2009-09-03 | Drug companies increasingly find it difficult to recruit enough eligible lupus patients to participate in their clinical trials. The LFA will conduct a live web chat to provide patients the information they need to make an informed decision.


Eight Years After 9/11: How Safe Is America Today?

2009-09-02 | With the full-time debates on fixing health care and the nation's economic woes, national security seems to be back-burnered.


Park West Gallery Supports Institutes of Higher Learning

2009-08-20 | Gallery provides framing for previously donated artwork to Central Michigan University


"Camp Gid D Up" Rides Again Hosting Another Free Camp For Inner-City And At-Risk Foster Youth

2009-08-17 | Emmy Award Winning Actor Glynn Turman and wife, Jo-An, hosted their 17th Annual 'Camp Gid D Up' at their IX Winds Ranch


New Reel Riot Slot Machine Has Features for Both Novice and Experienced Players

2009-08-06 | Slotland has launched annother new online slot machine, the Reel Riot. It has a "hold" feature and "Double Wild" bonus symbol. Aug. 10 - 16 players can win their deposits back or triple their Reel Riot Winnings.


Park West Foundation Launches "Blue Babies" Initiative

2009-07-31 | Initiative to help youth aging out of the foster care system to be unveiled during events on August 1st


Boston Marketing Learning Group Founded by Brick Marketing President Nick Stamoulis

2009-07-29 | Boston area internet marketing expert, Nick Stamoulis has launched the Boston Marketing Learning Group


HomeAid Inland Empire Pledges Continued Support for Service Providers and Transitionally Homeless

2009-07-24 | HomeAid Inland Empire is committed to helping area non-profit shelters expand their operations or complete expansion of their facilities to meet the growing need for transitional housing, especially now, as the number of temporarily homeless grows.


Canines Helping Humankind Using Their Noses

2009-07-15 | Does your dog like to find things around the house or the yard? Following scent is the first thing a dog does when it's born and last thing it does before it passes on. It's no wonder dogs are used to find missing persons and victims in disasters.


Buffalo River Music Fest - July 18 Lobelville, Tennessee (Perry County) To Host Music Festival

2009-07-13 | Perry County Forward, Buddy the Dog Entertainment and the Town of Lobelville jointly announce the 1st Annual Buffalo River Music Festival to be held at 5:00 on Saturday, July 18, 2009, at the Main Street Music Park in Lobelville, Tennessee.


Ice Bridges Launches Program to Help Talented Young Athletes Defray the Costs of Competitive Figure Skating

2009-07-13 | Organization gains 501(c)3 non-profit status to enable tax-exempt support for financially challenged, promising young skaters


Environmental Committee Organized by Three Stars Inc. to Benefit Orlando Community

2009-07-04 | The Green Team has been organized by the staff of Three Stars Inc. to explore ways the company can operate an environmentally cleaner business, as well as involve the local Central Florida community in their efforts.


Craig Goldenfarb Donates Bulletproof Vests to Protect Teenage Police Explorers

2009-07-02 | Craig Goldenfarb, a local personal injury lawyer, donated two bulletproof vests to the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department to protect high school Police Explorers during "ride alongs" with officers on active duty.


International Flag of Language Design Contest Winning Entry - June 2009

2009-07-02 | The National Museum of Language is proud to announce the creation of what it believes to be the world's first International Flag of Language.