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   UPDATED: FRIDAY 12/23/2020                    


     My Faith-Based or GICPA Opinion of the Entire Year:  Year of 2021 is the beginning of the balance of The Increase of Humanitarian Efforts vs. Political Administration's Manpower Efforts in Helping Our Local Communities.



Exercise Socials For Busy Families: Jumping Rope Every Day of the Week Activity Social (July 24, 2020 - July 23, 2021)
Dear Exercising Families and Individuals, Just one workout the first day (Monday), two the second day (Tuesday), three the third day, four the fourth day, five the fifth day, six the sixth day, and seven the seventh day (Sunday). The next week, we will begin a new start with the same activity pattern: one the first day, two the second day, three the third-day, etc.


Thanksgiving Evening @ Sunset - January 17, yearly

Global Families: Christmas Season Caroling. "God's spiritual message can come in the way of gospel music, too." -Mahalia Jackson

JANUARY, 2021 National Mentorship/Goals and Aspiration Month: Help someone else with their goals and aspirations this month. Last Saturday of January yearly, National Seed Swap Day (flower or vegetable).


DECEMBER - JANUARY 17, 2021 Global Families: Holiday-Traditions of Christmas Season (celebrations of Christmas themed-holidays celebrated in your unique households). Our theme should really end Feb. 3, yearly, after Candlemas Day (Feb. 2). Be cautious of leaving up live trees up in your homestyle for more than three weeks.

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  • Major Indian Tribal Heritage of North Carolina: Cherokee, Hateras, and Tuscarora; Of South Carolina: Catawba, Cherokee, Chiaha, Chickasaw, Congaree, Creek, Cusabo, Eno, Keyawee, Natchez, Pedee, Saluda, Santee, Sewee, Shakori, Shawnee, Sissipahaw, Sugaree, Waccamaw, Wateree, Waxhaw, Winyaw, Yamasee, and Yuchi.



Would you like to help in preserving chocolate and the chocolate market?  

  • Do not give chocolate-ingredient items to kids if you know they don't like it. Don't waste water. Don't  waste food. Don't waste chocolate!
  • Do not make chocolate-ingredient items for family or social gatherings--except if you are sure that such baking are desired/wanted. From experience, with my baking, I know that most people do not like chocolate-only edible items.
  • Limit the quantity of edible choices that include chocolate or the chocolate flavor. Suggestion, have more of other flavorful varieties.
  • Earth Month: It is important to prune trees or trim trees to get rid of dead tree limbs. Avoid planting tall-blooming trees near pole lines.  Avoid planting or digging near electrical wires, gas pipelines, and other utilities (Source: U.S. utility companies)
  • Africa: Now Two Continents
  • Families, are you still applying hair grease/hair conditioner (made with petroleum ingredient) to your scalp or your kid's scalp during the spring and summer season? Or, are you applying an oil-based ingredient on your scalp? As a Native American of Color (Black-Indian), I find that my hair doesn't grow as quickly when using an oil-based hair product vs. a hair grease/hair conditioner on my scalp. -Sherlene®, My Comment

"Living was about surviving. We confined ourselves to our own neighborhoods just to be able to live." -Former Black Americans


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