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Cindy Elder May 10, 2013 at 05:09 pm
Thanks for spreading the word, Patch friends! Johnston always comes through with lots of donations,Read More and our letter carriers will need extra moral support if it's raining. Cheer them on and donate lots of food for Rhode Island families!
Cindy Elder May 10, 2013 at 05:17 pm
Cranston postal customers -- thank you for pitching in to help hungry families!
Dawn Giarrusso August 27, 2012 at 09:35 pm
Thank you! That's a great article, but I can not take all of the credit. Several colleagues and IRead More are working to bring this project to fruition. I just happened to be the one who wrote the grant and could only list one "Contact Person". Congratulations to everyone at Western Hills, Bain, and Park View!!!
Jim Corcoran August 28, 2012 at 12:42 am
A high school in Appleton, Wisconsin tried an experiment under the enlightened guidance of theirRead More principal, LuAnn Coenen. She wanted to see if she could positively affect the fighting, weapons-carrying and general lack of focus and discipline in the school by changing the food the kids ate. Vending machines were replaced with water coolers; hamburgers and French fries were taken off the menu and replaced with fresh vegetables and fruit, whole grain breads and a salad bar. With the departure of junk food, she also saw the departure of vandalism, litter and the need for police patrolling her hallways. The students were calm, socially engaged and focused on their schoolwork. Problems were minimal. And all Ms. Coenen did was change the menu! Please watch "Forks Over Knives" for FREE to learn about the implications of a meat-based diet vs a plant-based diet. Go to http://www.hulu.com/watch/279734 and do yourself and your family a favor!
Peggie Biello August 29, 2012 at 02:20 am
Congratulations Dawn & your colleagues for such a wonderful project. You truly are all anRead More inspiration to your schools & community. Keep up the good work. Peggie Biello
Golden August 24, 2012 at 07:19 pm
That's awesome to hear as many times people do not leave the 15-20% as they should.
Elizabeth Parker September 17, 2012 at 03:40 am
Tipping a waitress or waiter is one of I can say a generous act of giving something to make otherRead More people happy on what they are doing, like serving the customer in a very satisfying way they can give. Whether you work in a bar, fine restaurant, cafe, or greasy spoon, your job is first and foremost a sales job. The more you sell, the better your tips will be. It is customary in the U.S. to tip 15%-20% of the bill, before any taxes. As with other types of sales, a good waitress will improve her take-home pay by improving her skills. Some people think that waiting tables is easy. They are mistaken – isn’t it. It takes far more than a winning smile or pleasant manners to do the job well. To know more on how to become a successful in the career you have now as waitress or waiter and what are the skills you should honed you can visit http://waitressingtips.com/
Kimberly Manchester September 17, 2012 at 11:11 am
Here is an example of what you mean...and the cluelessness of those who think it an easy job!Read More http://www.asktazi.com/2012/02/waitress-misses-out-on-tip-to-hostess.html
Suzanne Arena August 15, 2012 at 03:49 am
What a wonderful legacy and testiment to all he touched, and those that live to keep his memoryRead More alive ...growing the foundation.....and giving back to others.