Established in 1996, Kwanzaa is celebrated December 26 through 1 January each year in honor of African heritage in our country. The name Kwanzaa is derived from the Swahili phrase “matunda ya kwanza” which means “first fruits”. Celebrations include songs, dances, storytelling, and a large traditional family meal that takes place on December 31st. On […]
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Trying to say thank you for a job well done or to that loyal customer via a thoughtful gift over the holidays? Why not make someone happy and at the same time – make a difference. You don’t have to be in a big corporate office environment, maybe it is your baby sitter, handy man […]
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Not everyone celebrates Halloween with outrageous costumes, scary parties, and the shouts of ‘Trick and Treat’ echoing throughout the darken streets of the neighborhood. Here’s what happens in some other parts of the world…. Despite the fact that the original traditions of Halloween began in part of the world that we know today as Ireland, […]
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