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One Person Can Make A Difference!

IN THE July 10 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andGoing Green
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by Anne Mohoff



Writing a monthly column has been a very exciting experience for me! I honestly don’t think there is a single person I’ve talked to in the past few months that I haven’t told about the online magazine and my articles. Visiting my sister, I had my laptop up and running with my most recent article open and ready for her to read.

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Sometimes It Hurts to Smile

IN THE July 10 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andChristopher Lewis,
andMinistry Musings
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by Christopher Lewis



I co-wrote a song called, “It Never Hurts to Smile.” The idea behind it was that we’ve always got something to smile about and a reason to be happy if we have Jesus in our lives. I’ve since grown up enough to realize that this isn’t necessarily true.

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For the Love of Sports

IN THE July 3 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andContributors,
andEducation,
andLarry Ham,
andReedley News,
andSports
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by Larry Ham



Do you love sports? A lot of people do. Yet, many couldn’t care less about sports, so I got to thinking about why we sports fans love sports so much. What is it about the world of sports and athletic competition that drives people to become so wrapped up in it?

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My Personal Food Journey

IN THE July 3 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andClaire Lang,
andFood Fun
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by Claire Lang



I can’t pinpoint exactly when food became my oldest frenemy. I come from the “Clean your plate” club, was a member of the “You can’t have a cookie till you eat all your vegetables” association, and sat on the board of “You’d be so pretty if you weren’t fat” INC.

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Dog Training: What’s Next?

IN THE June 26 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andContributors,
andPets
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by Tara Wilson



So you and your dog have completed a basic manners class? You may be wondering what’s next as far as training your dog. What activities are there to get involved in? Training doesn’t end with basic manners, but it does give you the skills you need…

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A Review of E-mealz

IN THE June 19 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andBooks & Tales,
andFood Fun
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by Tara Wilson



I was recently introduced to a fabulous service that is both a time and money saver. I have often struggled with the “What’s for dinner?” question. E-mealz more than answers that question. Found at e-mealz.com, it has dramatically changed the way we shop and eat.

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by Press Release



On July 3rd, five California mystery authors will be making the trek from Sacramento to speak at the Fresno area chapter of Sisters In Crime — a mystery readers and writers group. Sisters In Crime is an international group that was founded in 1986 … The Fresno, or San Joaquin, Chapter was formed in the 1990s.

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by Christopher Lewis



While in Scotland, I visited a church in Northern Ireland. The music was great, the preaching fantastic and the church was awful! … What makes a good church?

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Recycle, Reduce, Reuse and Rethink

IN THE June 12 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andGoing Green
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by Anne Mohoff



Being somewhat new to the professional world of recycling, I have spent time learning as much as I could about our environment, the communities we serve and changes we can all make to promote a cleaner, healthier environment.

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Sports Spotlight: An Intro

IN THE June 5 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andContributors,
andEducation,
andLarry Ham,
andSports
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by Larry Ham



Born and raised in Southern California, I have been a sports fan for as long as I can remember. My father was a sports fan and that made it very easy for me to learn to love everything from Baseball to Bowling, Basketball to Badminton.

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Visalia: Art in the Alley

IN THE June 5 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andArts & Entertainment,
andCommunity,
andContributors
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by Press Release



During spring, the Arts Council of Tulare County presents Art in the Alley, an open-air art fair, coinciding with Downtown Visalia’s Farmers’ Market. Art in the Alley joins the event on the third week of the month…

TMI: Too Much Information

IN THE May 29 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andPublic Protectors
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by Steven Wright



Not a day goes by that I don’t say “TMI” to myself several times. In this information age, it actually applies in many different areas of our society, impacting us from the time we get up until the time we turn the lights out.

Why Train Your Dog?

IN THE May 29 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andPets,
andSheryl Wall
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by Sheryl Wall



Many people in our society own dogs but how many take the time to train them? It’s hard work so it’s easy to just give up but dogs are made to work and, without training, chaos happens.

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The History of Earth Day

IN THE May 29 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andGoing Green
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by Anne Mohoff



The original idea for a national Earth Day was conceived by Senator Gaylord Nelson in 1962. For several years, he had been troubled by the state of our environment and apparent lack of care for it. The senator spoke out … and, finally, the first National Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970!

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