Thursday, April 20, 2017

Mid - April Events and May Contest

WRITING CONTEST FOR KIDS


May 2017              


“My Mom”   What’s special about your Mom in 20 words or less, tell us why your mother is special or in what way has your Mom helped you with something difficult? Restrictions: Open to children ages 8-10. Prize: First place winner certificate from Amazon, with three honorable mentions on blog and social media. Please e-mail entries (wherever possible) to: mypalbuddee.contest@gmail.com  Deadline: May 5, 2017.


June 2017            

Writing Prize -Question. Restrictions: Open to children ages 6 -8. Short story piece, between 25 - 50 words on bullies if you encountered one or seen one in action and what we all can do about this issue /this problem?  Prize: First place winner certificate from Barnes and Noble, with three honorable mentions on blog and social media. Please e-mail entries (wherever possible) to: mypalbuddee.contest@gmail.com   Deadline: June 1, 2017.




Earth Day 22nd
Infant immunization Week 22nd – 29th      
Volunteer Week 23rd – 29th
Employee Appreciation Week 23rd – 29TH


National Infant immunization Week 22nd - 29th

 NIIW begins 22nd to 29th of April, it is an annual event that forces on the importance of infant vaccine – preventable diseases.  So we celebrate the achievements of immunization and those promoting Health and Wellness in all communities. 


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            Happy Earth Day
Earth Day April 22nd


Earth Day April 22nd
What is Earth Day?
1.   This Worldwide, annual event is celebrated on April 22, in support of protecting the environment
2.    It began in  1970
3.   To celebrate Earth Day Go green! If you and your family haven’t.

Nature needs looking after make a pledge with friends to start
-      Recycling bottles, papers, plastic and more
-      Help plant – plants or a tree
-      Enjoy Mother Nature by thanking her for all the beautiful greenery we have around.
-      Draw a picture of what ‘Earth Day’ means to you!
-      From trees and plants we get oxygen to breathe appreciate what nature has given us.  
-      Learn how you can help reduce waste and reuse items or recycle more things.                            

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