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  • Jenny Miller
    commented 2020-11-26 08:09:07 -0500
    Greetings from StopNDD.org!


    I think it’s important for kids to stay active through every season.


    Would you be interested in reviewing a list of about a dozen nature-based activities to do with your children?


    If you like the list, it’s yours to share on your website (on whatever page you feel it best fits). I’ll be sure to include your website in the content as well.


    Let me know and I’ll get something over to you!


    May you enjoy the beautiful outdoors today and every day, and thank you for your time!

    Jenny


    Jenny Miller

    [email protected]

    https://stopndd.org/

    Putting an End to Nature-Deficit Disorder
  • Gregory Mullendore
    commented 2020-11-02 11:27:58 -0500
    Please send me Extension of Code Compliance Agreement
  • Blair Miller
    commented 2020-07-20 13:53:26 -0400
    Hello, I am wanting to start this in my community of Lafayette, Louisiana. Can someone guide me on how to do so? — My question is how the city council allocated $800,000 to this program. I have started a similar idea called the Citizen Budget Project and looking for some guidance. Thank you and great work!
  • Mari Williams
    followed this page 2020-06-18 05:53:31 -0400
  • Mari Williams
    commented 2020-06-18 05:52:58 -0400
    Hi City of Durham NIS Community Engagement!


    I just wanted to make sure you have a chance to check out an informative guide that I was able to get very useful information regarding caring for the seniors in our community. I had to reach out because this might be helpful to you and your readers as well.


    Here’s the link to the resource: https://vimvigr.com/pages/caring-for-the-elderly-in-the-community


    Have a fruitful reading. :)
  • Mindy Solie
    commented 2020-06-15 10:43:46 -0400
    What has happened to the PAC’s? I have not heard anything from our facilitators nor the District commander and officers.

    Will we be having National Night Out this August?
  • Anonymous
    commented 2020-06-15 10:36:10 -0400
  • Ann Storm
    commented 2019-08-13 15:40:25 -0400
    I live at Creekside at Bethpage over 55 community off of Page Road in Durham. 3 neighbors yards drain onto our property and our property is so badly graded that in a heavy rain, water gets to within about a foot of our home. The builder refuses to re-grade our property, saying it is out of warranty. Is there anything to be done short of us paying to have the property re-graded.
  • Yakendra Hooker
    commented 2018-07-12 14:05:34 -0400
    I am interested in starting a fashion line I love designing clothes!; It’s my passion! Another idea would be forming a local softball team. A recreational division of all ages only including N,S,E, and W team based players an all summer event with a 10 game and championship tournament trophy and cash prize! That’s a wonderful summer time reminiscent to look forward to every summer as well as keeping youth out of the streets and for the older crowd geared towards a positive and upbeat role model like dimenor.
  • Clif Melvin
    commented 2018-07-09 14:27:09 -0400
    I am looking for a listing of all neighbor hood association
  • Luke Truitt
    followed this page 2018-04-23 15:12:10 -0400
  • Luke Truitt
    commented 2018-04-23 15:11:58 -0400
    My name is Luke Truitt and I am a student at Duke University, and founder of the Duke Speech Team. We are hoping to be able to work with organizations in the Triangle to help promote the idea of speech in everyday activities. We believe speech is an essential tool for success in almost every occupation and want to not only help expand the idea that speech is more than just public speaking, but also help kids develop skills that will stick with and aid them for the rest of their lives. If there is anything you think we could help with, please let me know!
  • Luke Truitt
    commented 2018-04-23 15:11:14 -0400
    My name is Luke Truitt and I am a student at Duke University, and founder of the Duke Speech Team. We are hoping to be able to work with organizations in the Triangle to help promote the idea of speech in everyday activities. We believe speech is an essential tool for success in almost every occupation and want to not only help expand the idea that speech is more than just public speaking, but also help kids develop skills that will stick with and aid them for the rest of their lives. If there is anything you think we could help with, please let me know!