For the next 24 hours, I will be hosting an Online Red Kettle and looking for your donations to The Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army Red Kettles have been an American tradition since 1891. And now with the 21st century in full swing, their branching out and embracing new ways of raising much-needed funds to support The Salvation Army’s vital work at Christmastime and year-round.
Below is a 5 part series of some of the amazing things that The Salvation Army has done for those in need during the holidays. You'll also enjoy music from R&B Signer Aaron Neville and pop / rockers Honor Society.
Have a Merry Christmas and DONATE!
All donations given through the Online Red Kettle campaign will be:
• Used to support The Salvation Army’s work to help the less fortunate in communities across America, at Christmastime and throughout the year.
• Allocated based on the donor’s designation either to benefit the geographic area where the donor resides, to the geographic area of the Kettle host, or to an area or ministry of The Salvation Army specified by the donor for their gift’s use.
• Processed on The Salvation Army’s secure servers. The Salvation Army does not share, sell, or rent donor data to anyone.
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If you would change the kettles to pink the children in the future will continue to donate. They see the red kettles at their level at a young age and it tends to scare them so in the future they steer away from the RED kettles. Make them pink and blue!!::))))
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Which One Is Your Favorite?
I am getting a custom made suit from Richard Bennett at Mayfair and I need your help. Which one do you like best? Did you know that Richard Bennett makes tailor made suits? This means you will looking amazing this holiday season because you are wearing something that is made just for you. You will feel great knowing you look great and that is when you play great! Visit them today inside Mayfair and let them know I sent you.
Which one is your favorite?
Create a Pest Management Calendar
Is your mailbox filling with next year's calendars? Put them to use managing pests in the garden.
No, I'm not talking about smashing insects with the rolled up calendar. Instead, use them to develop a pest-monitoring calendar for next year.
Take a few minutes to review this year's garden journal. Look for notes on any pest problems you encountered. Make a note to watch for these pests in next year's calendar. This helps with early detection; a key to successful control.
Consider adding notes about the weather and control measures you tried that were effective. Try using preventative eco-friendly measures like barriers and traps to prevent problems. Covering your cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower before the cabbageworm moths are active allows you to prevent damage.
Setting out shallow cans of stale beer will help you minimize feeding damage by slugs and snails during wet weather.
A bit more information: No garden journal? This is a good opportunity to create one that includes your growing successes, failures as well as pest problems. Use a spiral notebook, three-ring binder or computer calendar or spreadsheet. Just make it easy and fun. That way you are sure to keep recording, referencing and putting your gardening experiences to work.
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