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Families gathered to play baseball during the closing event of a cultural exchange program taught by university students in two small towns in the Andes Mountains. Photo by Alison Foley / Courtesy of Peace Corps
Hawa Coulibaly October 26, 2013 at 09:20 am
Congrats! It would be great if we could all travel to a different country to get a better outlook ofRead More the world and all of it's inhabitants so we can all become more open minded and accepting.
Abby Albright November 28, 2011 at 02:58 pm
Congratulations, Jan! What a well-deserved recognition for one of the hardest-working and passionateRead More people I know! We are so proud of you and thankful for all you do.
Jay December 4, 2011 at 10:18 pm
I'm proud to say that I know Jan! We work together on the Community Action Committee at theRead More Arlington Chamber, and he's an inspiring co-chair of that committee. Congratulations Jan!
alexandra July 25, 2011 at 03:42 pm
My 7 year old son participated in the very first paws to read session back in March, and he lovedRead More it. His reading skills are not well developed, and he get easily frustrated - but he didn't get frustrated at all when reading to the dog. In fact if anything, he read more enthusiastically than at almost any other time!
Katy 'Sensenig' Schilthuis July 25, 2011 at 05:29 pm
Love this! You should check out The Bedtime Book for Dogs from author Bruce Littlefield. It's one ofRead More the first books to adopt this concept and bring this fun activity to the home, too! www.bedtimebookfordogs.com
VASquare July 13, 2011 at 04:57 pm
Do these people choose to be homeless because they are too lazy to work or are most of them mentallyRead More disabled? I've often wonder about this. Do a lot of them have drug and alcohol problems? I don't know the answers. I'm not the type that thinks people in society that don't want to contribute should get a free pass with us helping them every step of the way unless they have some sort of mental disability. Those that just want a free ride (free food, free housing etc.) have no sympathy from me. They should walk to Canada if they want to live in a socialist community.
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