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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May 21 is Armed Forces Day. The theme this year is: “United in Strength.”
It’s a day for parades, picnics and celebrations. Mostly, however, it is a day to honor all the brave men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces.
History of Armed Forces Day
The American military has always been an organization worth celebrating. For many years, the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard had separate days set aside to honor each branch. In 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson officially announced the creation of one day to recognize all 5 branches of service: Armed Forces Day.
Imagine being separated from your family. Years go by without contact. You wonder where they live, if they’re doing well, and if they ever think about you.
This Wednesday is National Tell A Story Day. To get in the spirit, we’re happy to share a real-life story with an ending that filled our hearts with joy.
Our siblings. Most of us grew up with at least one brother or sister around.
We fought, played and laughed together. Then we fought some more. As we became adults, our relationships changed. Hopefully for the better. But no matter how we felt or feel about these people who share our parents, they are family.
PeopleFinders is a well-known people search website, but it is used for a myriad of reasons. The site helps people solve everyday problems and offers comprehensive reports with information collected from billions of public records.
So who needs PeopleFinders.com? People who want to:
We’re also improving our survival rate. In 2009 we lost fewer Americans to common conditions like heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Congratulations, we’re learning how to endure.
Residents of Christchurch, New Zealand didn’t expect the 6.3 earthquake that violently struck their town on Tuesday, February 22. People were going about their daily routines at work, school and local shops. Then life as they knew it suddenly stopped.
The quake hit with unimaginable ferocity. Buildings were destroyed. Cars were crushed. Lives were lost. Three days later, the death toll is still unknown. This was nothing short of a heartbreaking tragedy.
Still, amidst the destruction, rubble and chaos, there is a ray of hope.