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Jason Bethke

By Jason Bethke

3 Healthy Dinner Recipes Kids Will Love

Is dinnertime a struggle? Try these four healthy dinner recipes this week. The kids will gobble down these classics without knowing how many vegetables they've actually eaten. It's a win-win for parents. More

04/01/14

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Mei Cobb

By Mei Cobb

Reflections on Alternative Spring Break – Day 5

By Kara Collier, Purdue University: It’s hard to believe that the final day of work at United Way's Alternative Spring Break is already upon us; it’s a bittersweet feeling but we definitely went out with a bang today. Our group joined six other students at Habitat for Humanity to help them finish making a house for a family in need. More

03/28/14

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Jason Bethke

By Jason Bethke

How Community Activities Benefit Families

When the weekend approaches, it's fun to see what community activities fill the calendar. But supporting these events goes far beyond enjoying an engaging afternoon with the family. More

03/26/14

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Jason Bethke

By Jason Bethke

Tutoring 101: What Tutors Do

Tutoring goes beyond assisting a child with homework assignments. If you're interested in helping children get more out of their education and have a solid foundation for future learning, being a tutor is a great volunteer opportunity. Here's a peek inside the job of a tutor. More

03/24/14

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Mei Cobb

By Mei Cobb

Reflections from Alternative Spring Break - Day 3

Purdue University's Kara Collier shares her experience as a volunteer during Alternative Spring Break in Biloxi, Mississippi. More

03/21/14

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