Parents’ Corner – July 10, 2021

The Midland County MSU Extension and Cooperating Parent Educators sponsor the Parent’s Corner. Send submissions to Midland County MSU Extension Educator Lisa Treiber, 220 W. Ellsworth St., Midland, MI 48640 Butterflies count. Come be part of the 33rd Annual Butterfly Count at the Chippewa Nature Center from 10:00 a.m. to …

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Thousands of people could lose their food stamp benefits this month as eligibility waivers expire

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Nearly 8,000 people benefiting from the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance program could have their accounts empty by the first of next month. This is because the pre-pandemic rules are now back in effect. The federal government allowed waivers of some eligibility checks as SNAP requests skyrocketed due to …

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Chef Sachin Tendulkar at work in the kitchen: Nobody knows what I’m cooking, neither do I.

Sachin Tendulkar posted a video on his Instagram account while cooking an unnamed dish while using cricket terminologies and even tested his wrist work. Sachin Tendulkar takes a keen interest in cooking whenever he has time (Photo Instagram) STRONG POINTS Sachin Tendulkar did not reveal the name of the dish …

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Hancock County CEOS Planning Workshop, Collecting School Supplies for Energy Express | News, Sports, Jobs

DONATION OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES – The Hancock County Community Education Outreach Department brought school supplies to the July meeting to donate to the WVU Hancock County Extension’s Energy Express program. With the articles are CEOS members, seated, Bonnie Ryan, and standing, left to right, Roseanna Ash, Virginia Lawrence, Betty Wagner, …

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Guest commentary | Crackdown on vendors: food safety comes first – Santa Cruz Sentinel

By Dr Marilyn Underwood The pandemic has raised awareness in our community about public health and the risks to our community that arise from ignoring or failing to act when threats to public health arise. Over the weekend, Santa Cruz County Environmental Health, with support from the City of Santa …

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How much do kitchen cabinets cost, according to a Reno pro

HEIDI’S BRIDGE, COURTESY OF JERSEY ICE CREAM CO Considering how much visual space they take up, cabinets are the first thing you see when you walk into a kitchen. They contain all your essentials, from preserves and spices to plates, glasses, linens, utensils and even small appliances, so they must …

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The biocides market will reach $ 9,914.2 million by 2028;

Pune, India, July 7, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The world biocides market The size is expected to reach USD 9,914.2 million by 2028, with a CAGR of 4.2% during the forecast period. The growing awareness of consumers regarding self-hygiene and cleanliness will have an exceptional impact on the growth of …

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Want to take a food tour of New Jersey? Try these companies

Primo Mercato is the Italian slice of Short Hills Primo Mercato offers an Italian dining experience in the Short Hills Shopping Center. Jenna Intersimone, @JIntersimone When the effects of the coronavirus pandemic hit the hospitality industry in 2020, it not only closed restaurant dining rooms, but also ended New Jersey …

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Tim Rose

In Tim Rose’s line of work, being observant is probably the furthest thing from his mind. However, all that changed when he became a member of the reality TV show Barnwood Builders. On the show, Tim and his co -workers / friends, work hard to fix and salvage old cabs …

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Brooklyn Hasid Farmer and Ohio Christian Farmer Team Up to Create Kosher Cookbook – The Forward

Courtesy of Adamah Treasures Cover of the upcoming cookbook “Adamah Treasures”, a kosher adaptation of recipes from “The Chef’s Garden” cookbook. Alexander Rapaport is a Brooklyn Chasid with a black beard and pay who wears the traditional black coat, white shirt and prayer shawl. Lee Jones is a Christian farmer …

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