STOP THE SILENCE | 9th Annual Breast Cancer 5k Walk/Run
STOP THE SILENCE | Breat Cancer 5K Walk/Run
Walk...or RUN for a great cause at the only African American Breast Cancer 5k walk/run in the nation! Please join Sisters Network Inc. for their 9th annual Stop the Silence Walk on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at Discovery Green Park. Funds raised benefit the Breast Cancer Assistance Program, which provides support to women facing financial challenges after a breast cancer diagnosis.For more information, please visit www.stopthesilencewalk.org.Read the full article
'Momma, you're OK:' 7-year-old Benicia girl calls 911 to save her mother
It doesn't take a lot to make 7-year-old Laura Dinsdale smile.
We sat down with her in the kitchen of her Benicia home and she got out some pens and paper telling us, "I'm in second grade and I like to draw."
She's a busy little girl with lots of animals at home to take care of and because both of her moms are vet technicians.Read the full article
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Sweeny Elementary School flying into the future
SWEENY, Texas (AP) - As technology advances faster than ever, how kids prepare for careers changes, too.
The Facts reports while most high schools are expanding their reach through specific career and technical education programs such as video game programming, one teacher at Sweeny Elementary School thought career prep could start even earlier - with drones.
"I bought my daughter a drone last year for Christmas and she loved it immediately," said Matthew Way, STREAM lab teacher at Sweeny Elementary School. "I started thinking in my mind of a way to incorporate drones with the students' learning because I knew it would engage them."Read the full article
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