Get the Most From Your Doctor, Closing Achievement-Gap, Adopt Your Next Pet :Blog Roundup
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Latest from Governor Martin O’Malley: SOTU and What We’ve Done in Maryland – Part V
When the President delivered his State of the Union last week, he demonstrated bold leadership on finding new and innovative ways to cut waste, increase efficiencies, improve education from Pre-School to higher education, keep families safe, and create jobs. The vision the President laid out will move our nation forward. Here in Maryland, we are already working towards stronger families, stronger communities, and a stronger
Last week, Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett delivered his State of the County speech. Apparently, the county is in great shape. You can read a full transcript of what Leggett said here.
In fact, the county is in such great shape, Leggett plans to put
more money into expanding “Excel Beyond the Bell,” a “successful” (his word) after-school program that aids in closing the achievement gap.
Woof, woof! I’m a little adorable doggie wanting your love! I’m an attentive girl who really likes to hang out with anyone who will give me some attention and I’m super chill around otherdogs.
There are many reasons that you visit a physician. You may feel sick, be injured, or you may need a physical. You might have a chronic medical problem that needs attention or you need advice about your general health.
Yoga is like a long car ride, and I feel like the kid in the backseat asking, "When are we gonna get there?"
I’m thinking I need some more muscles. Not necessarily big ones, just more than I’ve got. I remember when I started yoga, I stood in a studio with a group of women who had probably been working out most of their days. It was day one for me.
Montgomery County Volunteer Center is still accepting nominations for awards recognizing outstanding volunteerism, but only through this Monday, February 25.