One is Spendten. This plan is apparently trying to help our economy by having sponsors pledge to spend $10 on March 31 for something they didn't intend to. I can't predict how effective this idea will be, but I do know that I end up unintentionally spending that amount (or much more) almost daily, so I and many others are included in the effort by default. The plan encourages spending on services and products made in the U.S. to have the most impact.
Plane fares are so expensive, especially if you have a big family, it might just be cheaper to drive. But how do you know for sure? AAA Fuel Cost Calculator can help you decide with their interactive site. You enter in where you are going and what kind of vehicle you own and it tell you approximately how much it will cost in gas. If only the airlines were so helpful.
Learn about the history of the "Star Spangled Banner," through live saxophone presentations.
Program Date and Time : March 5th at 7:00 PM
Transfer photos onto a computer, use MS Photo Editor to crop, rotate and resize pictures, plus email them. Visit print processing websites too. Please leave your camera and photos at home. Prerequisite: Mouse and keyboarding skills.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan is interested in many ideas to boost student performance. Keeping kids in school longer is one option under consideration by the former chief of Chicago Public Schools. Not an easy task given the uncertainty of the tough economic times and the drastic budget cuts many states are facing. Read more on Secretary Duncan's interview with CNN.