Do you like fresh tomatoes? Maybe cubing them up for your salad, slicing for your sandwich or simply chopping up and eating as is? Or what about a fresh cucumber? Bright yellow squash? Whatever you choose, in order to get your fill of fresh veggies, why not skip the checkout line and grow your own instead?
April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month. It’s no surprise the observation continuously pops up year after year, as its origination in 1983 unmasked the startling statistic of youth being mistreated. Each year has a designated theme, and 2022’s campaign is “Everyday, we help positive childhood experiences take root.”
For those of you that don’t know, April just happens to be Financial Literacy Month. So, what exactly does that mean? That means that this is a great opportunity for us to check and promote our financial situation and skills.
Applications for the Summer Youth Employment Program will be taken from March 15 - May 7, 2021. The program starts June 7, 2021, and ends July 16, 2021.