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Dove Ice Cream is asking women to share their favorite mini moment of escape and the winner could win one of the fabulous mini grand prizes such as a Mini-get away to Napa Valley, spa services for a year and a mini-home makeover. Requirements for this contest are that you need to submit a photo and short essay at DoveIceCream.com/myminimoment by June 7, 2010. (You have to include the photo of contest microsite). I believe it’s a wonderful opportunity for all women chocolate lovers out there.
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I had a big heart for kids especially those who grew up in Orphan Institution. Every time I looked at them, I saw myself when I was young. A young girl who lives with my poster parents who provide all my needs. Since then I always dream to have my own children ministry or just to be a supporter of some children institution or children’s foundation. Unfortunately, since I came here in the US I was struggling financially. However, God knows my heart’s desire and now that I am start earnings, I was planning to pledge a monthly donation in one of our Local church in my hometown back home. I am planning to support kids for their spiritual well-being and at the same time help them to experience a better life than what they have. I am knocking to your heart if you have more than what you need do not hesitate to sponsor a child especially those who live Canada. Every day, in the poorest regions of the world, 25,000 children under 5 die because they lack access to things we take for granted – clean water, sanitation, medicine, and food. Your sponsorship will help the entire community of hopeless children and leave poverty behind. For just $ 35 a monthly pledge, you can invest in grassroots programs that will help local people build schools, train teachers, empower girls, dig wells, run health clinics, start small businesses, and much more. If you are ready to sponsor a child please visit their website at http://plancanada.ca/Page.aspx?pid=1181. Help to change the world by sponsoring a child.
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Field trips expand children's learning through active hands-on experience with the rich resources of the local community. Field trips increase student knowledge and understanding of a subject and add realism to the topic of study. Field needs some preparation on both part of the teachers and the student. Usually, the parents itself do the task for their kids and on these is the food that their children were going to bring to their trip. Some recommended that heavy lunch should not be bring along because children do not usually eat much for they are more excited looking around and talking with their friends. Parents should include some sweets for it is a good source of glucose. Because sugar level usually decreased when expose to extreme temperature that causes hypoglycemia. Chewing gum should be limited because it produces gas that might cause abdominal upset and might hamper the kids for enjoying the field trip. The majority of field trip groups bring packed lunches with them but others prefer to buy or order to the nearest store that they were going to pass by. Some bring along junk foods or pretzels that they eat along their way to the designated places to ease boredom while on trip. Drinks are highly recommended especially hot whether because fieldtrip requires walking that keeps us sweat. Keep hydrated all day long will make your trip more worth. Parents should not worry about all these things because Lunchables Lunch Combinations wants to help deserving kids across the country go on an inspiring, educational experience with the launch of the program, Field Trips For All . This is the first effort from the Lunchables Team’s new initiative called Project Potential. It aimed at empowering kids with opportunities to help them reach their full potential; Project Potential will provide enriching experiences kids might otherwise not have. Anyone 6 years of age or older can nominate a deserving classroom by going to http://www.lunchables.com/potential/ and submitting a nomination. From all nominations received, 50 classrooms will be selected to go on an inspiring, educational experience. Therefore, what are you waiting for nominate one now so the classroom you would like to be included will not miss this amazing opportunity.