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In honor of May's Teacher Appreciation Month, the Emmy® Award-winning educational program Green Screen Adventures, broadcast nationally on Me-TV, invites elementary school students to "Give Your Teacher A High-Five" to celebrate and acknowledge teachers all across the country.
Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting Co., is proud to announce a new state-of-the-art interactive website for itsEmmy® Award-winning nationally-televised educational program Green Screen Adventures, broadcast locally on WCIU, The U, Me-TV and Me-Too and on THIStv. Green Screen Adventures is also seen on Weigel Broadcasting's Me-TV Network which is carried by 145 affiliates and clears 87% of the United States.
Donley’s Wild West Town, the charming Old West theme park in Union, Illinois, announced today that their 2013 summer season will begin on May 18. A family-owned business, Larry Donley, his wife, Helene, and their sons, Mike and Randy, started Donley’s Wild West Town in 1974 because of their passion for antiques. As their collections grew, they built the Wild West Town, Old West Saloon and Steakhouse, and Village Hall Banquets as additional attractions in McHenry County.
—Nation’s Largest Magazine for Girls Celebrates 20 Years of Fun!—
This January, American Girl®, an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines, celebratesd20 great years of inspiring, motivating, and encouraging girls to dream big dreams. “From the start, American Girl has always been about celebrating our readers,” says Barbara Stretchberry, executive editor of American Girl. “We’re excited about turning 20 and look forward to a whole year full of birthday surprises for our readers!”
Dear American Girl,
I love your magazine! AG has tons of really fun things to do and read. I look forward to every issue. My favorite things would have to be Girls Express and Behind the Scenes, and everything in between. (Which is everything!)
I’m 13 years old, but I still enjoy your magazines as much as I did when I was 7. Please keep making them. You really know how to celebrate a girl’s inner star.
Always Yours, Sophia A., age 13
1,006,271—Number of letters and e-mails received since American Girl started in 1993
441,000—Total circulation of American Girl
157,798—Number of “Help!” letters received since 1993
1. Make the party list early. For many girls, this is the toughest part of planning a party. Make it easier by giving yourself some time to think about it. Review the list with your parents and then mail or email invitations. Be sure to ask those girls you invited not to talk about the party around others who weren’t invited.
On January 1, 2013, American Girl introduced their 2013 Girl of the Year®. Girls everywhere will be inspired by Saige Copeland, a spirited and imaginative young girl who loves painting and horseback riding at her grandma’s ranch in Albuquerque, New Mexico—the hot-air balloon capital of the world.