Archive for October, 2010

safety Children everywhere are slowly transforming into zombies, princesses and characters from their favorite movies. Adults are preparing outfits they would only dare wear once a year. Halloween is upon us!

On October 31, kids across the country will excitedly wear their favorite costumes and claim tasty treats in the name of trick or treating. Parents can help make sure this Halloween is thrilling, chilling and safe!

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Chilean Miners

This note let the world know that all 33 miners were alive and well.

The rescues were astonishing. 33 men were elevated from nearly half a mile beneath the Earth’s surface. They spent 69 days underground, and doctors were concerned about their mental and physical health.

All of the men appeared to be well, and in good spirits. They hugged loved ones, thanked rescue workers and waved to well-wishers before being whisked away to a nearby medical facility. The tale of these brave men, however, is far from over.

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Rescuing The Chilean Miners

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

ChileanIt’s been a massive undertaking. Hundreds of experts discussed, devised and designed a plan to free 33 miners who have been trapped in an underground mine since Thursday, August 5.

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October Is National Crime Prevention Month

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

crimeIn honor of National Crime Prevention Month, we’re sharing a few tips to help you deter criminals. You never know where a criminal may strike, so it is essential to be ready for any situation.

Predators look for easy targets; people they can take advantage of quickly. It’s up to you to prepare yourself, your home and your family to avoid becoming their next victim.

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learnHow much do you know about your family tree? October is Family History Month – a great time to learn more about the people who came before you.

Tracing your family history can be a rewarding experience that comes with unexpected turns, surprising twists, frustrating dead-ends, and amazing discoveries. Genealogy enthusiasts often spend years searching for old documents, tombstones and photos to learn more about their past.

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