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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - A Look at Independence

With the Fourth of July holiday still a couple of weeks away, advertisers are already turning to the airwaves and print media to urge us Americans to begin getting ready to celebrate – together. And …
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EarthTalk: Main contaminants in drinking water

Dear EarthTalk: What are the main contaminants we have to worry about in our drinking water? How can we know if we are being exposed and what can we do about it? -- L.M.   Today, most America…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger: The Time Has Come!

The Time Has Come! “What time?” you maybe asking. It is time to begin welcoming folks in your communities back into senior centers and congregate meal programs. It is time to send the loud and cle…
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Meals on Wheels America News: You are there for Carl

Thanks to you, Meals on Wheels was there for Carl when he needed it most, and continues to be a lifeline every day. Carl was hospitalized twice last year – once for a cardiac problem and once again …
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Riversdale House Museum Virtual Lecture Press Release

SUITABLY COOL AND IMPECCABLY CLEAN: BUTTER AND CHEESE MAKING IN EARLY MARYLAND VIRTUAL LECTURE Riverdale Park, MD— The Riversdale House Museum is excited to announce a new lecture with foodways his…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - The New Normal

The “new normal” is a phrase that we have all heard before, particularly in recent months, and that the majority of us have probably used ourselves at least once. As we listen or speak, it’s unlikely…
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Meals on Wheels America: Loneliness is Deadly

Life without personal connection can lead to an early death. Its negative health impacts make it just as deadly as smoking. The remedy? Human connection. A phone call, a hug or a friendly he…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News: Re-Entry

Our last blog, entitled “Openings,” looked with anticipation toward the time – which seems to be fast approaching — when congregate nutrition programs throughout the nation will open once again and…
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Court Appointed Special Advocate Urges Prince George’s County Residents to Act Against Child Abuse

During National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April, Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)/Prince George’s County challenges residents of Prince George’s County to stand against child abuse and t…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Openings

Come in We're Open:Spring is traditionally a time of openings. First, of course, and both effortlessly and predictably the natural world plays its part. Leaves begin to appear on what have long been …
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Riversdale House Museum News - History At Home: Investigating Riversdale

Riverdale Park, MD -- In April, the Riversdale House Museum will launcha newvirtual lesson series that transforms homeschoolers into history detectives.Their mission: use their critical thinking skil…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger Awards Grants

One of the “good news” stories being reported these days is the imminent promise of another stimulus check for most Americans. For families and individuals struggling to pay rent or to put food on th…
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M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreations, Prince George’s County Announces Virtual Teen Art Summit

Riverdale, MD – The M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George’s County presents Art Spark: A Virtual Teen Art Summit, taking place online on Saturday, March 20, 2021 - Sunday, Marc…
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Meals on Wheels America News - You Helped Deliver 19 Million More Meals

When COVID-19 hit, millions of older adults found themselves more vulnerable and in need of urgent support, practically overnight. Thanks to donors and supporters like you, Meals on Wheels rose to th…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Age is Taking a More Important Place on Stage Again

We are all aging – every human being on the planet, and always one day at a time. That is an indisputable fact of life. It’s also a healthy and positive one, or it should be. But that depends on how …
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