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This week, we’re packing our bags and preparing to travel to Atlanta, Georgia to attend the Rotary International Convention, one of the biggest events of its kind. We can’t wait to meet thousands of Rotary members from more than 130 countries and share with them our passion for serving those who serve the world. Here are four things you need to know about this exciting event:


Memorial Day was first observed in the late 1860s after the Civil War. Towns and cities recognized fallen soldiers by decorating their graves. Since then, Memorial Day has become known as the unofficial start of summer and a reason to barbecue over a long weekend. The ideas below can help take your family back to the roots of Memorial Day and recognize the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. Military.


Mother's Day

We know, moms and mother figures deserve a whole lot more than one day of recognition. Think about what means most to your mom and plan to celebrate her on Mother's Day or on any day!


The season for tossing mortarboards in the air is here! If you have a graduate in your life, here are a few ideas for celebrating their accomplishment.

  1. Embrace the spirit of childhood. Whether it’s a trip to a theme park, go-kart riding, heading to the zoo (we know giraffes are really popular these days!) or belly flops in the pool, spend some time together to re-live the graduate’s favorite part of being a kid.

MLK Day 2017

The first national Martin Luther King Jr. Day was celebrated back in 1986. Since then, the holiday has grown to be recognized in more than 100 nations. Here are a few ways you can celebrate the holiday right here in our hometown, Tallahassee.