Archive for June, 2011

Celebrating Independence Day

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

It will be a day of outdoor fun, barbecues and fireworks displays. A day when proud Americans stand even taller and hold their heads even higher. We are bold, determined individuals at all times, and on the 4th of July we celebrate our freedoms and way of life.

On Independence Day, people from across this great nation will come together to hang out, share funny stories and create new memories. And we’ll take a moment to remember the patriots who made this day possible.

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Will Google Plus Win You Over?

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Social networking isn’t perfect. But Google is trying to take it to a nearly flawless level. Their upcoming product, Google Plus, hopes to be a contender for Facebook’s social throne.

Although Facebook and Google offer very different services, they are competitors. Both provide content to inform and entertain visitors. And both are vying for time and attention from global web surfers.

Google Plus (or G+ as I like to call it) could be the “next big thing” in social networking. The company is taking a big gamble that it will be.

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Earl Bradley, the pediatrician who was accused of child molestation, has been sentenced.

Bradley was a trusted and respected practitioner in Delaware for many years. In 2009 a shocking accusation led to an investigation of the doctor and his private practice, Baybees Pediatrics. Authorities discovered evidence that turned the local community upside-down and landed the well-known Bradley behind bars.

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Ever had a friendship go bad? Do you feel guilty about the way things ended? Have you lost sleep thinking about it? It’s time to make amends.

A little-known holiday offers the perfect opportunity.

June 26 is National Forgiveness Day. It’s a day when people across the country are urged to put the past behind them and restore damaged relationships. And it could be one of the best days of your life.

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Hero Fathers

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Let’s be real. No dad out there has ever put on a mask and cape, then jumped out of a building to fight costumed villains. But dads across America do heroic deeds every day.

Sure, there are fathers who fight crime, put out fires and save lives. Those men are heroes. But so are the regular dads. The men who work hard, spend time with their families and do whatever it takes to be a good parent.

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Happy Flag Day, America

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

The American Flag. It’s more than the symbol of our country. It’s the symbol of our pride, our personality, our unity.

Old Glory was adopted as the official flag of the United States on June 14, 1777. Today, the stars and stripes fly just as bravely and boldly as ever. The flag represents us; the American people. And today we can proudly stand beneath our flag and salute more than 200 years of freedom.

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June is National Safety Month – and time for the annual Safetyville Health and Safety Expo.

Safetyville USA is a replica of a city built in 1/3 scale to give young people a personalized view of the world around them. Tour guides accompany children through the park and offer safety tips about electricity, fire, bicycling, vehicles and other potential hazards. The park has been a Sacramento landmark since 1984.

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The human spirit is an amazing thing. When we are determined, is there anything we can’t accomplish?

Jennifer Darmon is a determined woman. She set out to do something millions of women have done before: walk down the aisle on her wedding day. But Jennifer had a major obstacle to overcome. She has been paralyzed since 2008.

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June Is National Safety Month

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

At PeopleFinders, we’re concerned about safety. That’s why we provide comprehensive background checks, criminal records and a free sex offender finder.

June is National Safety Month. The event is sponsored by the National Safety Council (NSC). Every year they focus on an important safety topic each week in June. This year’s topics include:

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It’s a pain too intense too imagine. Your child is stolen from you. You spend years following every lead, asking for help from anyone who will listen and doing everything possible to bring your baby home.

Years pass without a sign of hope. Everything seems to indicate that the worst has happened. As a parent, how would you cope?

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