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Animal costume and Maru
Maru and animal costume.
Added: 24th October 2015
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Look For The Good Project Promotes Gratitude and Goodness
Look For the Good started one crisp, fall day in Connecticut by Anne Kubitsky. She printed 500 blank invitation postcards and distributed them locally to see if anyone would respond. Within three weeks, she was getting handmade postcard responses from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Texas, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Germany and Australia. Now almost four years later over twenty thousand responses from all over the world brought her unexpected healing. 12 years before the project began, she went through a traumatic event she had not dealt with, but these messages helped her heal because they were evidence that she wasn't alone. Realizing the positive effects, she made this project her mission. Now Look For The Good, a non profit organization works to help people "look for the good" in their life. It teaches us to express gratitude and stay positive. Look For The Good recently awarded a scholarship to one student who is overcoming adversity. With their help, people everywhere will continue to LOOK FOR THE GOOD!

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Mother Bear Rescues Baby Bear From Highway
Tornado hunter Ricky Forbes was driving through Kootenay National Park when he spotted the black bear cub sitting dangerously close to the highway.
Added: 22nd May 2014
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2018 Seniors Division Champions Stewart & Rollins
Tobitha Stewart and Jay Rollins are this years winners in the Senior Division of the National SHAG Dance Championships. The competition is a three-night event featuring over 50 contestants in six divisions - Junior I, Junior II, Non-Pro, Pro, Senior and Masters. DVD's of the entire Nationals competition are available through Stages Video Productions. To order call Stages Video at 843-626-7466 or email at info@stagesvideo.com.

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Israel Kamakawiwo'ole  Over The Rainbow and What A Wonderful World Medley 1993
Israel 'IZ' Kamakawiwo'ole (Oahu, 20 May 1959 - Honolulu, 26 June 1997) was an American singer and musician native of Hawaii. He is also known by the pseudonyms Bruddah Iz, or Bradda IZ, or simply IZ. He became famous in 1993 with the release of the record 'Facing Future' containing the medley of the songs 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' (which was written in 1939 by Harold Arlen with lyrics by EY Harburg, played by Judy Garland and inserted in the column score for the film 'The Wizard of Oz') and 'What a Wonderful World' (standard brought to success by Louis Armstrong) executed in a version with just the ukulele accompaniment, played by the same Kamakawiwo'ole. In the latter part of his life Israel 'IZ' Kamakawiwo'ole has suffered from a severe form of obesity, coming to weigh 757 lbs being 6 feet 2 inches tall, which was even more out of contrast between the size of his body and the tiny ukulele played by him. He died from respiratory problems on 26 June 1997 at the age of 38 years. The whole day was shown the Hawaiian flag at half mast. His body was exposed to the Capitol Building in Honolulu, where more than 10,000 people paid tribute to him. His ashes - as you can see in the video - were scattered in the ocean at Makua Beach. Iz was nicknamed 'The Good Giant' by his admirers. http://izhawaii.com/

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