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From The Blog: 2011

Make your own snow globe!

Snow globes are fun to have on display through the winter months no matter where you live. Even if you’re in Arizona or New Mexico, you can still have your own little winter wonderland to enjoy. If you want to be creative, maybe you could even put mini cacti statues...

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Welcome Mallory Weggemann!

Today, the Ask, Listen, Learn team is happy to announce our final addition to the Superstar Team in 2011. Please welcome Mallory Weggemann, US Paralympic Champion! Mallory has been a swimmer since age 7, but in 2008, a routine epidural for back pain changed her life when she was paralyzed from...

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Underage drinking hits a record low

From The Century Council blog: Monitoring the Future survey is one of the leading annual studies of the behaviors, attitudes, and values of American secondary school students, college students, and young adults. Today, they announced their 2011 survey results, which showed marked decreases in almost all categories of underage drinking. The survey, a...

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Thank you, Valley Middle School!

Yesterday morning, the Ask, Listen, Learn team presented what will probably be our last school event in 2011. We were at Valley Middle School in Grand Forks, North Dakota. North Dakota is just the latest stop in our goal of bringing Ask, Listen, Learn to every state in the country. While North...

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Thank you, Phoenix!

Today, we teamed up with Attorney General Tom Horne in Phoenix, Arizona to present Ask, Listen, Learn to the enthusiastic students at Centennial Middle School. We started off by showing a PSA General Horne starred in from earlier this year. The PSA encouraged kids throughout Arizona to “say ‘YES’ to a healthy...

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Thanksgiving Family Time

Thanksgiving revolves around food. And lots of it. Still, it’s important to remember that for some of us, this is precious time to spend with our family and close friends. Maybe you travel, or have friends and relatives in town, or maybe you have kids back from college for the...

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Attorney General Suthers joins Ask Listen Learn in Denver

Today, the Ask, Listen, Learn team was in Denver, Colorado with Attorney General John Suthers and over 350 6th graders at West Middle School to present our interactive program. The attorney general and the students played an interactive game and learned why it is important to say “YES” to a healthy lifestyle...

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Welcome to the team, Bryan Clay!

The Ask, Listen, Learn team is honored and excited to announce “The World’s Greatest Athlete” Bryan Clay, as our newest Superstar! Bryan Clay holds 2 Olympic decathlon medals- winning a Silver medal in 2004 and Gold in 2008. He’s among the very few decathletes in the world to hold 2 medals...

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