Food Pantry Volunteer Named Kohl's Kids Who Care National Scholarship Winner
Make-A-Wish Foundation Volunteer Named Kohl's Kids Who Care National Scholarship Winner
Multiple Sclerosis Society Volunteer Named Kohl's Kids Who Care National Scholarship Winner
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While her Hollywood counterparts get ready to sit for hours in styling chairs and endure all kinds of pulling and prodding to prepare for the 59th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, one actress stands alone. Ali Larter, co-star of the Emmy-nominated series "Heroes," announced today that in collaboration with Dove Hair Care she is taking a stand for real beauty by "going real" on the red carpet. She is forgoing the usual pre-awards show professional hairstyling routine by creating her own hairstyle, without a team of stylists. Her mission is to inspire women to start loving the hair they have and not compare it to the unattainable images they see in the media and Hollywood.
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TO RESCUE RECESS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS WITH THE NATIONAL PTA
Mayors Across the Country Official Proclaim "National Recess Week" Sept. 24-28
Tipping off the nationwide celebration of "National Recess Week," Cartoon Network is announcing a major partnership with NBA Cares to help enlist one million volunteer hours to rescue recess across America. The announcement comes on the heels of a new report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which concludes recess is the single best way to help kids be more physically active, but that recess is declining in schools that primarily educate children from minority and low income families. This year's rescuing recess spokesperson is NBA All-Star Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat. The school that has the most volunteer hours will receive a single $25,000 cash grant and a special recess rally event.
Rescuing Recess was launched in March 2006 with the National PTA as part of Cartoon Network's GET ANIMATED healthy lifestyles program to protect and revitalize recess in schools across the country. "National Recess Week" was first celebrated in Sept. â06 to tip off the school year with fun, interactive recess rallies across the country that inspired parents and community members to become recess monitors for their local schools.
Channel 6 - United Way Community Care Day
Channel 10 at Noon - United Way Community Care Day
Pop culture sensations, the Care Bears™, will celebrate their 25th Anniversary on September 25 by introducing the exquisite new 25th Anniversary Care Bear™ with a birthday celebration at Toys “R” Us Times Square and by giving hugs to New Yorkers around the streets of Manhattan. The Care Bears will spread happiness through the city, making appearances at Grand Central Station, Union Square Park, Columbus Circle, the Central Park Zoo and more!
The Care Bears will also be announcing the names of the “Care-A-Lot Kids” – five kids from across the country who are being recognized as examples of the Care Bears’ message of “caring and sharing.” These kids have taken action to make positive changes in their communities, and in recognition of their efforts, the bears will honor each of them with a donation to their respective charities.
The fun continues at Toys “R” Us Times Square with a big Care Bears birthday party to launch the limited edition 25th Anniversary Care Bear, which has authentic Swarovski® crystal eyes and sterling silver-plated accents, and will be available for the first time at Toys “R” Us Times Square on that day! This beautifully adorned commemorative bear comes with a rare DVD of the very first Care Bears episode ever and makes a precious Care Bears keepsake for fans of all ages! Birthday party attendees can create personalized Care Bears birthday cards, have their faces painted and take photos with the Care Bears. At 4 p.m., guests can enjoy complimentary cupcakes while supplies last, as they sing “Happy Birthday” to the Care Bears!
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Care absolutely! Very funny!
*******live.pirillo**** - The gang joined me again for videos last night. Microsoft's announcement that they are going to have an online "vault" for health care records was definitely a hot topic.