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From Kathy Guy, Assistant Principal at West Smiths Station Elementary School: Thank you for sharing the natural gas materials with us! Our second graders enjoyed learning about natural gas safety and enjoyed the Sniffasaurus Activity Book. The teachers appreciated the “ready-made” lessons and materials. Thank you for partnering with us! Thank you, Ms. Guy, for sharing with us!

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Halloween will be here before you know it. And it's the one day of the year that we already wear masks everywhere! Louie and Sniffy Stuffed Treat Bags are perfect giveaways for Halloween or other fall events! We do all the labor of stuffing the bags, so all you have to do is distribute. These are perfect to give to schools and to use in your own drive-through trick or treating event. Stuffed Louie Bags ​Louie bags have plenty of room for treats! Bags are 12 inches wide by 16 inches long with a three-inch gusset.Louie bags are stuffed with the following fun items:Louie’s Electricks Activity Book filled...

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Operating under a grant from DTE Energy, Eastern Michigan University's Louie the Lightning Bug® made adjustments to the summer season given social distancing guidelines and new safety measures, but he still visited sites throughout Southeast Michigan to deliver important electrical safety instruction.  This is a photo (courtesy Dr. Anita Rich / Eastern Michigan University) from Ann Arbor from the first ever drive through Safety Town where local youths saw safety vehicles, picked up Louie coloring books and other materials. Visitors were given links to Louie instructional videos and had a chance to interact with Louie and his human partner.  Kisses were thrown from...

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Super for multi-aged groups or reducing visual distractions with little ones. Also, can help shield shared sneezes. Add a pair of headphones and it's time to focus, kiddos! Dollar Tree has the calendar that you see attached in the center. I bought several, removed the calendar and used the plastic sleeve as a write on surface by sliding practice pages inside and supplying my grandson (4) with a dry erase marker. Clean up is easy and place the practice page into a labeled folder to reteach from as needed. - From Facebook, author unknown

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811 is the national call-before-you-dig phone number. Anyone who plans to dig should call 811 or go to their state 811 center’s website before digging to request that the approximate location of buried utilities be marked with paint or flags so that you don’t unintentionally dig into an underground utility line. You should call 811 or use your state 811 center’s website a few business days before you begin any digging, including common projects like planting trees and shrubs or installing fences and mailboxes. The specific amount of advance notice that you are required to provide varies by state.

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