Ever wonder where the money you donate to charity goes? Donating to charities is an honorable and noble thing to do but, beyond just giving, some research may be required to make sure your donations are going to the best place.
On Sunday, February 12th, Patriot Buick GMC and the Worcester Sharks are joining together to go "Pink in the Rink"! For the first time in Worcester history, the ice rink of the DCU Center will be dyed pink, with Shark's players wearing pink jerseys, in order to raise money for breast cancer awareness.
The battle between staying warm and saving money commences when the temperature starts to drop. For kids and husbands, The October-November months mean days of long johns and extra pairs of socks; for moms, these months are an annual game. It's not necessarily a game they look forward to, but rather a challenge they await with gritted teeth. How long can they wait to turn on the heat?
If you celebrate Christmas, chances are you will take part in enjoying the most popular of Christmas traditions: the Christmas tree. While different families may apply slight variations, the practice of this tradition is reverently kept. More and more people I know are jumping on the fake-tree bandwagon - which, I'll be honest, I don't understand. Sure, it's cleaner I GUESS, but what's Christmas without some extra vacuuming?
September 26th marked the day of the third annual Driving for the Cure, a fundraiser golf tournament dedicated to the memory of Tom Cosenzi, who passed away after battling a brain tumor. The proceeds from the tournament go directly to Dr. Patrick Wen and his cancer-research team at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. In the past two years, the tournament has gratefully raised large sums of money to further Dr. Wen's research.
What Christmas traits get you most excited for this time of the year? For some, it's the fact that Christmas season lasts over a month (guilty). Others may most enjoy the music, the festive foods, or the surprised and grateful looks on the faces of gift recipients (also guilty). No matter what devastation or hardship life may bring, Christmas seems like a constant source of joy and hope.