Archive for Month: May


Kids and Their Pets: Cayden and Gator

From basketball to ducks and strawberry ice cream, Gator is one amazing dog. Caden C. says whether there’s “rain, sleet or snow,” his dog Gator “is always ready to go.” The black lab, who turned three in February, loves his “woobie” (his frisbee). “We taught him to hunt, but...

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Kid Heroes: Where There’s a Willa There’s a Way

Imagine doctors telling your parents that you’ll never be able to do anything in life because you have a disability. Wouldn’t that be a downer? Well, that’s what they told Mr. and Mrs. Crenshaw when Willa was born at only 27 weeks and suffered from a serious brain injury. The...

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May Is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

In 1978, President Jimmy Carter signed a resolution that created Asian Pacific American Heritage week. 1990, President George H. W. Bush expanded the celebration from a week to a month. Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is celebrated in May to commemorate the arrival in May 1843 of the first...

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