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Day: November 6, 2019

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Little Girl With Down Syndrome Chosen To Star In Toy Catalog

  A young four year-old model with Down syndrome became a star of the popular American Girl toy catalogue. Ivy Kimble, from Chicago, was chosen to star in the catalogue’s October edition. American Girl is a magazine catalogue of their popular range of 18-inch tall ‘‘friend for every girl to grow with’’ dolls, made by the …

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic medals are made from 80,000 tons of recycled electronics

  With the opening ceremony for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo just over eight months away, organizers were able to tick the medals as done on their To Do list in July this year. A lot of thought went into the crafting of the medals and through the Tokyo 2020 Medal Project nearly 80,000 tons of …

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Forest Garden With 500 Edible Plants Requires Only a Few Hours of Work Per Month

Mother Nature has been growing plants for 460 million years and trees for 370 million years. According to fossil records, humans appeared in Africa around 195 thousand years ago and thrived on nature’s bounty. Fast forward to the early 1900s, which saw the beginning of a new era of growing food crops, monoculture, or single …

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Nine-year-old boy told not to doodle in class lands job decorating restaurant with his drawings

  To doodle or not… nine-year old Joe Whale is a doodler and he was always in trouble for doodling during class. His parents, rather than putting a stop to it, decided to send him to an after-school art class. His art teacher loved his work and appreciated his talent.  She posted his work on Instagram …

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This Organization is Building Tiny House Villages for Homeless Veterans

  Veterans returning from overseas deployments often struggle to adapt to civilian life and end up homeless and living rough. By this weekend, over a dozen homeless veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces will move into brand new homes in a small community of their own. The Homes for Heroes village in southeast Calgary is …

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