The 13th annual American Cancer Society Pink Ribbon Golf Classic will be observed on July 26 at the Fox Ridge Golf Club. The awaited event will be sponsored by the VGM and will try to grab the attention of huge public, as an attempt to raise as much funds as possible, at least $58,000, to support the breast cancer research work.
The supermarket chain Walmart has agreed to pay a sum of $440,000 to a section of its employees who had previously reported that they were subject to discrimination and rude comments by a co-worker.
This decision was announced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. It is a settlement that has been recovered from the firm in lieu of ill-treat.
Some people in this country are really insensitive. 3 girls were selling lemonade as they were doing a fund raiser for an ill toddler. Their collection of $150 was stolen by thieves.
According to the authorities a man and a woman went to their strand and snatched the money jar running with $150.
The North Coast Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health (NCACCH) will be starting its annual free Well Person’s Health Check Days this week. The program aims at raising awareness among the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island community about the importance of a general and sexual health. It will also promote the country wide Close the Gap campaign.
For those who cannot dream of going on a vacation if it involves leaving man’s best friend or his frenemy behind, now they can simply pick up their pet carrier and explore Wisconsin, where hospitality extends to pets also.
A survey carried out by TripAdvisor website in 2010 found 61% of those who owned pets, travelled with them.
A recent survey conducted by the Williams Institute in the areas sexual orientation, gender identity-related law and public policy has unveiled that more than 8 million adults in the US are lesbian, gay, or bisexual. These people make 3.5% of the adult population of the country. There are also nearly 700,000 transgender individuals in the US.
A small residential flat group in Sydney was the first one in the World to ban smoking inside residential homes.
This has however caused protests among the smokers of the area but on the other hand it has delighted the non-smokers. The law stops people from smoking in the residential areas and also in the balconies.
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