Key Club Collects Dozens of "Welcome Home Baskets" for Women in Distress
Students in the Cardinal Gibbons Key Club collected dozens of baskets containing various household necessities, such as sheets, and towels, for Women in Distress of Broward County, as a part of their "Welcome Home Basket Drive."
As the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women meets in March, the United Methodist Women’s delegation will be among those reviewing progress of Beijing Plan of Action.
Explorers Club: How to Read Water
Clues, Signs & Patterns from Puddles to the Sea From wild swimming in Sussex to wayfinding off Oman, via the icy mysteries of the Arctic, natural navigator and bestselling author Tristan Gooley draws on his own pioneering journeys to reveal the secrets of ponds, puddles, rivers, oceans and more to show us all the skills we need to read the water around us.Tristan Gooley is an author and natural navigator. He set up his natural navigation school in 2008 and is the author…
German Club Collects $235.20 for Animal Rescue League
This is why dozens of women at SOTU wore white
The choice to wear white was coordinated as a symbol of their fight for reproductive rights, equal pay, and more affordable health care.
How much can a basket hold?
When artisan women make baskets, they choose durable, resilient materials. By wrapping and weaving them together, they make something even stronger…
How to Weave a Basket
There are lots of ways in which to make baskets, from willow to rope. The simplest basket to make, however, is the woven basket. Starting with an easy-to-work-with material, such as paper, will help you understand the process. Once you get...
Homemade Easter Baskets
Collect eggs in this colorful DIY rope Easter basket from Smoothfoam! These homemade Easter baskets are easy to personalize and decorate to your liking.
Digging for Disney collectibles: What are they worth?
While they may not help you pay off your car, you just can't put a price on their sentimental value.
The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles
20th Century Design Market: Hotter than Ever. For the last few years, the market for art, design, and collectibles has resembled...
The key reasons why women don't negotiate their salary
A new study reveals that while most women don’t negotiate when it comes to a new job offer — those who try to get more money were generally successful.
Diagnosing a distressed hospital
Distressed healthcare situations have become much more prevalent for a number of reasons, many of which are frequently in the headlines in today’s political climate.
Toys and Collectibles
3000toys.com offers quality diecast toys and collectible models including Caterpillar equipment by Diecast Masters, ERTL Farm Toys, Greenlight Collectibles Diecast Cars, European models by Conrad, NZG, WSI and more. Over 10,000 die-cast toys and models in all.
5 Tips for Buying Distressed Property
Buying a distressed property can be an appealing option for would-be home buyers looking in particularly competitive markets like Denver. The processes is a bit more involved than traditional housing options, but the end result could be a great deal. Check out the five tips below that will help you as you set out to find a distressed property that works for you 1. Find a real estate broker and lender The goal of combing through foreclosure, short sale, or bank-owned properties isn’t…
How to Design A Club to Be Less Intimidating
Anyone associated with the health and fitness club industry is quite comfortable in a club environment. Familiar surroundings and like-minded people make up this tremendous industry. Yet, many do not feel this comfort level, and therefore, try to avoid clubs. Yes, the need is there, and maybe even the desire, but the club experience does not
9 Ways to Reconnect with your Clubbers
When summer begins, most of us are ready for a change of pace. But it can be hard to reconnect with routines and relationships when the fall schedule picks back up. Here are some ideas for staying connected to your Awana clubbers until club starts in the fall. Pray for them. You may not know…
See What is Happening at the Club this Month...
Bring your pooch to the clubhouse for a party on the patio! Every Tuesday night this summer we are opening up the patio to members and their four-legged friends. Just remember to have your dog on a leash! We will offer a special menu with summer favorites! RSVP you attendance today!
By Kate McKenzie, Rotary E-Club of Western Australia Recently, I came across the concept of “conscious inclusion” when reading an article about how a bank consulted with an NGO for people with visi…
What's up at The Club
February is National Heart Month In celebration of National Heart Month The club at Woodbridge will be hosting a Heart Healthy lecture on Wednesday,February 27th at 7pm. Our speakers are going to be Dr. Anthony Chiaramida a Board Certified Cardiologist from Raritan Bay Medical center and Marie Perrino, R.N. and Cardiac Education Coordinator for Raritan Bay medical Center. The Topic is going to be all about…
How accessible is your club?
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of posts celebrating Membership Month. By Shogo Williams-Matsuoka, president-elect, Rotary E-club of Western Australia My life as a Rotarian began in 2…