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Meals on Wheels America News - What Does Lola Love?

HER FLOWERS, THE BIRDS AND THE BUTTERFLIES.Back in 1952, Lola and her husband moved in to their new home. Starting a garden was at the top of her list then, and enjoying the beautiful garden she crea…
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Can Pets Like Ginger Count on You?

Pets are family, too. Ginger is Stephanie's loyal, trusted and loving companion. Stephanie has been coping with multiple sclerosis for more than ten years - a disease that increasingly strips away h…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News: To Fight for Those Who Cannot Fight for Themselves

With this blog NFESH introduces the first of a new series of guest bloggers. In the past few posts, our guests’ columns have focused on the work that their organizations perform in the areas of aging…
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Fredericksburg Spring Arts and Crafts Faire 2019

The Fredericksburg Spring Arts & Crafts Faire, featuring a variety of handmade arts and crafts and gifts.With Easter, Mother's Day and graduations right around the corner, you are guaranteed to get a…
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29th Annual Multicultural Fair

The Multicultural Fair generally attracts 5,000 to 6,000 people each year, and exemplifies the University of Mary Washington’s commitment to enhancing multicultural awareness. Typically held in early…
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Funding for Meals on Wheels is at Risk Again

Funding for Meals on Wheels is failing to keep up with the growing need, and the President's new budget proposal threatens to make it even worse. The proposal calls for funding cuts that would widen…
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Earth Talk: The Home of the Future

Dear EarthTalk: Given all the advances in residential household efficiency, can you paint a picture of what the home of the future will look like? -- JV   No doubt, homes in the future, wheth…
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Analog blog – China 2019 – Shanghai

Last night in China. Tomorrow afternoon my plane leaves Pudong International Airport At 5:00 pm. I arrive at O’Hare tomorrow afternoon at 5:25 pm. Time zones! If only it felt like 25 minutes to my bo…
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Analog blog — China 2019 — Qingdao to Beijing to Kunshan to Shanghai

This is the home stretch. Two more days of work. I am fighting a cold with Chinese herbs suggested by one of the school nurses — tablets that burn a hole under your tongue while they open the passage…
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Rooftop Newsletter: SNAP Matters for Seniors Everywhere

Our recent blog posts have featured articles dealing with issues related to seniors, hunger and waste that were produced by other organizations and reprinted here by permission. This blog, written by…
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Analog blog 2019 — Nanjing to Qingdao

I’m posting from my hotel room in Beijing. We rode a bullet train from Qingdao yesterday. Second bullet train ride of the tour. I’m a believer! What a civilized way to travel, now that smoking is ban…
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Fredericksburg Brewfest 2019

Join us for an amazing day of CRAFT BEER, Music, Food and Fun. The gates open at 11:00 AM so come early and stay late to enjoy all the day has to offer! We will have craft brewers from all over the …
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Analog Blog — China 2019

It's been awhile. Let's see if blogging is a muscle, subject to atrophy, or a muscle memory like knowing how to knit and ride a bike. Not at the same time. I'm back in China for the month of Ma…
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Rooftop Newsletter: 17 Surprising Ways You Might Be Wasting Food and Not Know It

This blog is republished with permission from the Natural Resources Defense Council by  Andrea Spacht Many of us now realize that food waste is a big problem in the U.S. But did you know that a lot o…
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Keep Vulnerable Seniors in Your Heart - A Message from Meals on Wheels America

February is American Heart Month and we know you understand the importance of providing older Americans with nutritious meals that keep them healthy and thriving. Seniors like 86-year-old Marion and…
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