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Month: March 2011

Onion Peel Eggs

March 31, 2011
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Instead of dyeing eggs this April with a kit, try turning the craft into a science experiment by using onion peels. This is a traditional German way to dye eggs that I learned from my grandmother. She was even featured in a local paper back in the 1970s. The process is easy, and there are…

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Advocacy Alert

March 7, 2011
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With the Senate vote nearing, we need your help now! We are asking you and your networks to call or email your Senators today and tomorrow and urge them to:   Vote NO on H.R. 1. Instead, vote YES on the Senate alternative to ensure that over 300,000 young children don’t lose Head Start and child…

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As Babies,

March 3, 2011
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the way we are held, talked to and cared for teaches us about who we are and how we are valued. This profoundly shapes who we will become. Early experiences set a course for a lifelong process of discovery about ourselves and the world around us.

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4-C has a new advocate and a powerful one at that!

March 2, 2011
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Our Children’s Advocacy Day Rally was a huge success and drew more than 1300 advocates from across the state! The governor joined the rally on the capitol steps and spoke to the crowd in support of our youngest citizens. Avery (4th grader and niece of Trish Kite-Hannon) met with state officials to talk about childhood…

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