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(NAPSI)—Whether you’re welcoming last-minute guests in from the cold at Christmas, ringing in the New Year, or gathering round the grill to watch the fireworks on July 4th, here’s a hint from Registered Dietitian and lifestyle expert Erin Palinski-Wade on how to have a successful holiday party in nearly no time, at any time of the year:
(BPT) - With each school year, children and parents alike must adapt to new teachers, new classes and new activities. For children who have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (or ADHD), the condition can add increased complexity to an already challenging situation. Certain school-year “checkpoints” – like the first report card, parent-teacher conferences, and the upcoming holiday and winter breaks – are opportunities for parents to assess how their children are adjusting and see if changes may need to be made to their treatment plans.
WASHINGTON – More than 5,000 unaccompanied immigrant children were sent to Arizona for processing by Customs and Border Protection this summer, but fewer than 200 of them ended up staying in the state.
There are no official days to fly the flag in August.
Tucson’s modern streetcar opens to the public in three days. Want to be a part of the opening day action? Here’s how:
1. Kerry arrives in Israel to push peace
1. Ukraine rebels hand over evidence from downed jetliner
1. Malaysia Airlines plane downed by missile over Ukraine
Ironwood Ridge High School
(NAPSI)—Here’s a cool scoop. If you are looking for a way to celebrate National Ice Cream Month—which is July—and chill out on National Ice Cream Day in particular, which happens to be this Sunday, why not give some love to that all-American favorite, Rocky Road?
1. Israel launches more air strikes after Hamas rejects truce
Thursday, July 17
1. Germany beats Argentina in World Cup final
1. Israel steps up its Gaza offensive as death toll rises
Each year, for one evening only, Tohono Chul opens its doors to visitors from around the world to experience the mystery, majesty and beauty of the Queen of the Night, the night-blooming cereus Peniocereus greggii.
Fireworks planned in Oro Valley
Pima Air & Space Museum announces FREE admission for active military, their spouses and dependents this Independence Day (Fri., Jul. 4, 2014). The museum would like to salute our active military for their service during these extended tough financial times by offering FREE admission [during normal business hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last admission 4 p.m.) for one day only, July 4. Military ID is required for this FREE admission.
PimaAnimalCareCenter is hosting a free Microchip Clinic and eegee’s Social on Saturday, June 28 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., at 4000 N. Silverbell Road. The event will feature free microchip implants for dogs and cats and free iced eegee’s, too. When the shelter opens at 10, there will be free adoptions all day until 5, and the free eegee’s fun will continue, too. Dog and puppy adopters must still pay a $15 license fee, but there are no licensing fees for cats and kittens.
(Family Features) This Fourth of July, after the family has enjoyed the burgers, brats and potato salad, the only thing they'll be looking forward to more than fireworks are simple-to-make, delectable desserts to end a perfect summer night.