Just like sweeping dirt from your kitchen floor under the rug, it's easiest to sweep dirt from your boulevard or driveway right out in the middle of the street. But, the City of Duluth is asking that you use the Sand Collection Sites that are set up, here's why.
Sounds crazy to me, but it will definitely be an adventure. Meet Kris McNeal and Zach Chase, two guys who met at UMD and have become adventure bicyclists. They plan to leave on May 1st and bicycle around the entire great lakes
I have SO many great memories of my daughter and I at the Duluth Children's Museum. It filled hours of Northland cold, windy, rainy weather days with exploration and learning (and little did Kylee know, since SHE was just having fun)! It's exciting to know that we have the fifth oldest children's museum in the country! The memories don't have to stop, they will just be made in a few different locations until a permanent location is completed.
Today I learned and was certified in how to administer CPR. It's something I've always wanted to learn, and thankfully our company brought in the YMCA to teach us. The class took a little over an hour, and we were also taught how to use the AED machines
In honor of St. Urho's Day, I thought I would enlighten some people about the Finnish people. Most of this stuff has been passed down to me by my father, aunt, and grandma, so if it's a little shady, it's there fault
The most funny part of this blog is the fact that it has something to do with math....it's math hard....and I suck at math!!! But, you can't deny that the date 3-14 IS the first three digits in the number pi!
The trend in recent years that led parents and teachers to boost children’s self-esteem by rewarding them for doing little other than breathing may soon be over, thanks to new research that says such actions are actually making kids less intelligent.
Giving a day of commemoration to one of the world's most instrumental civil rights leaders whose peaceful words and deeds contributed to a whole new understanding of equality and brotherhood seems like a no-brainer. Martin Luther King Day's history, however, was fraught with controversy and took years just to get on the federal government's official calendars.
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