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Backpacks of Hope

Summer keeps rushing by, and back to school items may already be on the shelf  at your favorite store.  As you think about the school supplies you’ll need for your kids, remember that for some families in eastern Iowa, buying school supplies is a major challenge.  Some children don’t know if they’ll have the…

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Spiritual seasons

A 'spiritual season' is a natural rhythm or movement in our spiritual journey that we flow through as we mature as Christian believers.

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Cedar Rapids Garbage Collection

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA – July 5, 2011 – Garbage, Recycling and Yard Waste Collection for the City of Cedar Rapids is on schedule this week.  Many residents were unaware of the collection schedule and failed to put their garbage out on their normal collection day.  To address this issue the Cedar Rapids Solid Waste & Recycling…

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Crowne Plaza Liquidation Sale

Cedar Rapids will sell the furnishings of the former Crowne Plaza Five Seasons Hotel starting on Thursday to prepare for the property’s demolition. The city purchased the struggling hotel last year and has closed it for an extensive renovation that’s part of a project to build a convention center next door and renovate…

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Photographing Fireworks

If you’re headed to see fireworks near you tonight, you’ll probably have your camera along.  You can grab pictures of the kids playing or of friends and family spending time together.  So why not grab some pictures of fireworks too?  But how?  I found a great article online with some tips for shooting fireworks,…

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New Cedar Rapids Splash Pad

The Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation Department will open a new splash pad at Twin Pines Park, 3500 42nd Street NE, on Saturday, July 2. The Twin Pines Park splash pad is the largest splash pad in Cedar Rapids. Splash pad spray features are activated when a hand is run across the sensor on the fire hydrant. The water is turned on at 10:00…

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Keeping Fido Safe this Weekend…

Celebrating Independence Day with fireworks is fun for the entire family!  But fireworks can be very frightening and even dangerous for our pets. Diane Webber of Cedar Rapids Animal Care and Control encourages us with the following tips to help keep our pets safe and not too frightened this holiday weekend. 1.  When possible,…

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Parent-Teen Communication Tips

Research confirms over and over again that when children grow up feeling connected to their parents they do better in school, build healthier relationships, and avoid the risky behaviors that erode the goals of purity integrity. Sadly, our Christian communities are often the least equipped and most reticent to discuss the…

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Farmers Market Map

The third Downtown Farmers’ Market in Cedar Rapids is Saturday from 7:30 to noon.   A new Downtown Farmers’ Market map outlining endors, entertainment, product search, and activities, is available online.   http://downtowncr.org/Content/Farmers-Market/Market-Venue-Map.aspx  …

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Waterloo School Dress Code

Are you looking to understand the new Waterloo School district dress code?  The district has put together a page to help us understand the standardized dress code effective this fall. http://www.waterloo.k12.ia.us/students/dress-code/…

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No one wants an unhappy marriage. Yet many of us find ourselves struggling in our relationship with our spouse. Find out how to become a happy couple.

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Summer keeps rushing by, and back to school items may already be on the shelf  at your favorite store.  As you think about the school supplies you’ll need for your kids, remember that for some families in eastern Iowa, buying school supplies is a major challenge.  Some children don’t know if they’ll have the…

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