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  • A Life Changing Read

    Stacey Hydrick, the author of the newly released book, “The Unlikely Adventures of Stella Mickler,” has a story with the undeniable power to motivate and inspire. The book is a fictional account of the author’s volunteer experiences from her teenage years and will as easily evoke laughter in readers as it will

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  • Promoting Service

    1. Fliers. I know this sounds like the easiest idea ever but fliers really do help. If you make them creative and attractive, people who normally would not have heard about your project could learn all about it! They can be very inexpensive so they will not drain your funds for the project, and they

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  • Tipping the Scales

    Life is about putting yourself out there. Nothing is going to happen if you always stay in your shell. Tell that to the snail that moves like an inch a day. With that in mind, completing grant, contest, and scholarship applications may seem daunting and even scary. Follow these simple steps, and you will be on your

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  • Beat the Heat

    Beat the heat this summer while helping out around town! Even when it gets crazy hot outside, you can still make a difference. I have come up with 5 different ways you can still help out indoors when the heat is at its worst.

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  • Time for a Presidential Youth Council

    The youth of the United States feel powerless. Fifty-two percent of young people aged 18-29 think that the country is headed in the wrong direction. Only thirty-two percent feel as if they have any say at all. Too often, we’re told that we’re “too young” to really make a difference. Alex Wirth, a current student at Harvard University, decided that this generation isn’t too young – and why... Read more