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Our long hot Summer is finally coming to an end this week. Fall foliage will change and of course evenings will come earlier each day. Pumpkin time is here!

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Family Day - A Day to Eat Dinner With Your Children is a national campaign to promote frequent family dinners to prevent risky behavior in kids. On September 28, 2020, join millions of families across the U.S. to Stand Up for Sitting Down to Dinner.

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The food choices you make can help you feel more energized and focused, but what some people may not realize is they also have a profound impact on your immune system. Incorporating certain foods into your diet can boost your immunity and help you feel your best.

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With Fall beginning next week, get ready to share in a taste of Autumn.

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With the Fall season almost here, a tradition of tailgating at this time of year is going to be missed by many.

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Let’s Fall into September with thoughts of making a delicious treat that everyone will love.

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Who doesn’t love a good, easy chicken dish for dinner? Our Jack Ranch Chicken is cheesy, moist, and just delicious.

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This is the story of Errol Leandre a local resident who has made his way to the Semi-Finals of the Toastmasters International Speech Competition to be held

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Dress up your next grilled cheese idea with our recipes below. These sandwiches can be lunch, a snack, or even a late night dinner. These gourmet grilled cheeses are loaded with rich gooey cheese, fresh fruits, herbs, and yes, everyones favorite bacon. It’s easy to dress up this childhood fa…

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Nothing says Summertime like Chargrilled Pork Chops. They are juicy, tender, and belong on your dinner table.

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Financial literacy is an important component of STEAM learning and a building block of a comfortable future. Unfortunately, many schools have limited programs. But there’s good news -- not only can parents impart money-smarts at home -- they can make it so fun kids won’t even realize they’re…

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Healthy eating is especially important to help us all get through this time in our lives.

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Weather impacts a range of decisions we make throughout the day, from what to wear, whether to bring an umbrella, when to head out for a jog, or even if you should evacuate the area in an emergency.

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Summer brain drain is real, and this year’s pandemic has only exacerbated the problem. To keep your kids from getting bored while helping them expand their world, incorporate these cool ideas into those long summer days:

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It’s Lobster time again in South Florida. Even in this difficult time, people still enjoy the sport of lobster diving. Change up your every day sides from the usual fries or vegetables with these Golden Corn Fritters. They are a perfect complement to your Lobster catch. This simple Seaside A…

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StatePoint - Caring for a baby can be very rewarding. It can also be exhausting. Along with those amazing first-year milestones can arise teething

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During this time, putting home cooked meals on the table is challenging for all of us. So, why not put a little sparkle and spice to your everyday dinner? Love Burritos? Make your Summer complete with this great recipe starting off with a floured tortilla and delicious ingredients. These hea…

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If you are like many parents these days, you are on a quest to find new ways to entertain the kids at home. This may be a good time to turn to a classic source of fun that requires no charging, batteries or Wi-Fi, making it screen time parents don’t have to limit.

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The news says during this time we are all going through, the go to comfort food seems to be chocolate. Chocolate lovers have one thing in common- their extraordinary taste for this delightful ingredient made from just one tiny cocoa bean. Everyone has indulged with some sort of decadent choc…

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After months spent indoors at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s clear that many people are itching to get back out there and take a vacation. This is with good reason. Staying isolated for too long can take a substantial toll on one’s mental health and well-being, according to the A…

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With many events canceled and public venues closed, the backyard is likely going to be the new hot spot destination for families nationwide. But staying home doesn’t have to be boring. Using these tips, you can put together an afternoon of sunshine and fun, right in your own backyard.

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There are a lot of big decisions in life: marriage, finances, buying a house, and others. Right up there is the decision to join the military. In today’s COVID-19 world and economy, many people are considering if the military might, or might not, be the correct choice for them. It is vitally…

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By trying to stay healthy in the Summer, we think of eating and cooking with Summertime fruits. 

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When the first Camp Seminole opened in 2018, the anticipated response more than met expectations and the following year was even better. The COVID-19 response shut-down of the Seminole Theatre raised questions as to what would happen this year as summer productions were rescheduled.

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When the COVID-19 crisis catapulted Florida students into distance learning overnight, it led to an early start to the traditional “summer slide,” particularly for students in low-income families, as one in three parents living below the poverty level reported that they are “very concerned” …

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Living in the “Sunshine State” does bring to mind having solar-powered homes. Moving from concept to practical day-to-day living, however, comes with a lot of questions and not always confidence in who can provide answers. One local Redland couple, Robert and Robin Burr, have made the leap a…

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If there’s one thing we all think about on the 4th of July is being patriotic and celebrating America’s Independence. Even though this 4th of July may be different from years past, you can still make it as festive and fun with great foods and limited guests. What would this celebration be on…

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Many Americans are feeling the effects of job loss and furloughs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. For people with a chronic condition, loss of insurance coverage can create additional stress during this uncertain time. However, it’s

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Peaches go beyond only pies. Fill your Summer with a variety of simple Peach dishes other than that cobbler or pie we are all used to.

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Summer living can make your family’s clothing vulnerable to stains, splatters and more, even if you are spending more time at home these days. But it’s possible to restore your family’s clothing to like-new condition every time laundry day rolls around with these tips and strategies:

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Father’s Day is a day of honoring fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of Father’s in society.

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Miami Dade County Community Action and Human Services Department [CAHSD] Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) will continue to work with organizations across the County to safely provide free nutritious meals to youth 18 years old and under.

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It’s the beginning of June, Summertime Living, and a time to be cool and eat indoors with family. Our special menu is Summer Tomato Mozzarella Salad, and Cheesy Chicken Parmesan with Herb Bowtie Pasta. This quintessential chicken is made with lightly cheese breaded crust, topped off with a d…

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Children Betsy (Terry Gardner) and Susie (Dave Klein) and grandchildren Abbey, Ollie, Flori, Andrew and Sylvie would like to announce the 50th Wedding Anniversary of Bill & Becky (Miller) Spillers. They were married June 13, 1970 in Alexandria, VA and have resided in the Redlands since t…

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Making Memories with food is something we all think about. Without realizing it we get so busy we forget about that delicious recipe that we all enjoyed growing up. For me, Chicken Marsala topped off with a slice of Buttermilk Pie is one of those memories. Chicken Marsala is cooked with cook…

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The Big Cypress National Preserve press release of May 15, 2020 said the Moon Fish Wildfire burned over 25,834 acres and was 35% contained. The fire source was “human-caused” according to the release. Moon Fish Wildfire spread over 12,000 acres in just twenty-four hours.