Bulova

21 Apr 19
The Truth About Guns

US Army Command Sergeant Major John (retired) sends this “Summer Carry” from Everyday Carry. Just grabbing the photo, the first thing I thought was this guy is far too organized.  But then again, attaining a CSM rating in the US Army’s enlisted ranks makes him pretty squared away.  My life runs far more chaotic, but […]

21 Apr 19
Tay Greeley

Happy Easter everyone! I wanted to hop on here real quick to share my FAVORITE watch with you all. My mom got me this Bulova Watch for My birthday in October and it is perfect! I have extremely tiny wrists so watches are hard to buy. I can’t have a face too big, and I […]

20 Apr 19
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In 2009, four South Bay moms became concerned about the lack of environmental education in their children’s curriculum at Grandview Elementary School. So they started a movement that year — appropriately, on Earth Day. And thus was born Grades of Green. At first, the nonprofit — which works with students on green initiatives in their communities — began as just passionate parents wanting to teach their children environmental habits, said Allie Bussjaeger, co-executive director of Grades of Green. “They wanted to teach kids about things they could do in their daily lives,” she said, “while also having fun. Then, Bussjaeger added, other nearby schools started asking for similar resources. Fast-forward a decade and the nonprofit has since expanded from its flagship elementary school in Manhattan Beach to more than 670 schools in 22 countries. The organization now works with more than half-a-million students worldwide on green initiatives within their communities, with recent student-led environmental campaigns including water conservation and waste reduction. But Manhattan Beach still produces more Grades of Green youth eco-leaders than other city in the world, according to company leaders. That’s why the nonprofit was scheduled to designate the city one of its 2019 environmental advocacy honorees at this year’s Verte Gala, Bussjaeger said. The gala was set for Saturday evening, April 20. “We’re focused on honoring our roots in the community that helped launch us,” she said. “For their leadership and support of Grades of Green since the beginning.” Co-Executive Director Emily Gee said the celebration — set for April 20 at the westdrift Hotel in Manhattan Beach[cq comment=” lowercase CQ”] — will also be a chance to celebrate a decade of environmental change. Both women started at Grades of Green as interns and have since moved up to the leadership roles, replacing Susan Warshaw last year. “We’re just excited to be involved and to see these students making change,” Gee said, “to see the growth and impact of the organization which seems to grow as the environmental movement grows. “Grades of Green is the epitome of ‘it takes a village’ and we’re just so grateful this village has supported us since the beginning,” she added, “and that other cities have been able to use the South Bay as an example to launch their own environmental platforms.” Justin Bulova, a spokesman representing Grades of Green, said the city continues to be a leader in sustainability, noting that Manhattan Beach is proactive in addressing environmental problems and giving local youth a chance to participate. Grades of Green student presentations to city council, he added, played an important role in recent bans on single-use plastics, such as straws and utensils, last year, as well as polystyrene foam and balloons earlier this year. “I believe it’s because the local government is so welcoming to innovative student solutions,” Bulova explained. “We’re going to be honoring Manhattan Beach for their participation in our programs and allowing our students the opportunity.” #gallery-1775750-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1775750-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1775750-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1775750-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Manhattan Beach Mayor Steve Napolitano said it was a great honor for the city to be recognized, but noted there is more work to be done for the environment. “I see this as a recognition that we’re on the right path,” he said, “and as an encouragement to do more, reach higher, and be bold in addressing environmental issues. “I want to thank Grades of Green in being one of our partners in these efforts,” the mayor added, “to improve our little corner of planet Earth and beyond.”
20 Apr 19
Daily Breeze
In 2009, four South Bay moms became concerned about the lack of environmental education in their children’s curriculum at Grandview Elementary School. So they started a movement that year — appropriately, on Earth Day. And thus was born Grades of Green. At first, the nonprofit — which works with students on green initiatives in their communities — began as just passionate parents wanting to teach their children environmental habits, said Allie Bussjaeger, co-executive director of Grades of Green. “They wanted to teach kids about things they could do in their daily lives,” she said, “while also having fun. Then, Bussjaeger added, other nearby schools started asking for similar resources. Fast-forward a decade and the nonprofit has since expanded from its flagship elementary school in Manhattan Beach to more than 670 schools in 22 countries. The organization now works with more than half-a-million students worldwide on green initiatives within their communities, with recent student-led environmental campaigns including water conservation and waste reduction. But Manhattan Beach still produces more Grades of Green youth eco-leaders than other city in the world, according to company leaders. That’s why the nonprofit was scheduled to designate the city one of its 2019 environmental advocacy honorees at this year’s Verte Gala, Bussjaeger said. The gala was set for Saturday evening, April 20. “We’re focused on honoring our roots in the community that helped launch us,” she said. “For their leadership and support of Grades of Green since the beginning.” Co-Executive Director Emily Gee said the celebration — set for April 20 at the westdrift Hotel in Manhattan Beach[cq comment=” lowercase CQ”] — will also be a chance to celebrate a decade of environmental change. Both women started at Grades of Green as interns and have since moved up to the leadership roles, replacing Susan Warshaw last year. “We’re just excited to be involved and to see these students making change,” Gee said, “to see the growth and impact of the organization which seems to grow as the environmental movement grows. “Grades of Green is the epitome of ‘it takes a village’ and we’re just so grateful this village has supported us since the beginning,” she added, “and that other cities have been able to use the South Bay as an example to launch their own environmental platforms.” Justin Bulova, a spokesman representing Grades of Green, said the city continues to be a leader in sustainability, noting that Manhattan Beach is proactive in addressing environmental problems and giving local youth a chance to participate. Grades of Green student presentations to city council, he added, played an important role in recent bans on single-use plastics, such as straws and utensils, last year, as well as polystyrene foam and balloons earlier this year. “I believe it’s because the local government is so welcoming to innovative student solutions,” Bulova explained. “We’re going to be honoring Manhattan Beach for their participation in our programs and allowing our students the opportunity.” #gallery-1783931-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1783931-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1783931-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1783931-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ In 2009, four South Bay moms became concerned about the lack of environmental education in their children’s curriculum at Grandview Elementary School. So they started a movement that year — appropriately, on Earth Day. And thus was born Grades of Green. At first, the nonprofit — which works with students on green initiatives in their […] Manhattan Beach Mayor Steve Napolitano said it was a great honor for the city to be recognized, but noted there is more work to be done for the environment. “I see this as a recognition that we’re on the right path,” he said, “and as an encouragement to do more, reach higher, and be bold in addressing environmental issues. “I want to thank Grades of Green in being one of our partners in these efforts,” the mayor added, “to improve our little corner of planet Earth and beyond.”
20 Apr 19
Equipping Blog

The Resurrection Of Christ – VaderRulz1 – It is Sunday, the first day of the week. But, this is not just any Sunday; it is the day that Christ was raised from death, to life. This particular Sunday will dawn with a surprise for many saddened followers of Christ. The women return to his burial […]

19 Apr 19
Feidelm

Wittnauer Men’s Black Crystal Stainless Steel Watch WN3050 Designed by Bulova – Buy – Wittnauer Men’s Black Crystal Stainless Steel Watch WN3050 Designed by Bulova

18 Apr 19
Hanwi

Bulova Accutron 214 m4 Space view watch – Buy – Bulova Accutron 214 m4 Space view watch

18 Apr 19
Sina

VINTAGE LADIES 17J SOLID 14K WHITE GOLD 17 JEWEL BULOVA NEW YORK WRIST WATCH 6AP – Buy – VINTAGE LADIES 17J SOLID 14K WHITE GOLD 17 JEWEL BULOVA NEW YORK WRIST WATCH 6AP

17 Apr 19
Hanwi

Bulova Accutron m4 10kgf bezel 214 Space view watch – Buy – Bulova Accutron m4 10kgf bezel 214 Space view watch

17 Apr 19
Shorth Stories & Baking & other stuff

Currie walked across the lobby, picked up a local paper, pitched a buffalo on the stack of papers, and then walked out the door to the street. He stood on the sidewalk looked up and down the street nothing was new that he could see. Columbia South Carolina was not unlike Fayetteville or the 100 […]

16 Apr 19
Independent American Communities

  By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities According to several new state laws, Virginia HOAs and condominium associations will be required to provide greater transparency to homeowners and homebuyers. Developers must also make POAs aware of all common stormwater facilities. And CC&Rs and can prohibit home based child care businesses. No more special assessment surprises […]

16 Apr 19
SHIKAISEKI

Despite achieving something that very few have actually done, there are times when those achievements are overshadowed by someone else who has achieved it earlier than you. Cue the entrance of Bulova. Before going in detail of our watch in question today, let us take a brief look at the brand. Bulova was founded in […]

16 Apr 19
The Capital Sports Report

Here is our 2018 Alabama Crimson Tide Football Season In Review. The Tide finished the season with a 14-1 record.

13 Apr 19
Gopinatha

Bulova C3333 Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibition Wall Clock Antique Bronze… – Buy – Bulova C3333 Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibition Wall Clock Antique Bronze…

12 Apr 19
Free Tax Preparation

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