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Page 6 The Leader The Week of September 15, 2014 lip It comes to us slowly and deli- cately, as all beautiful things should. It's usually in the early morning. We can smell it. We can feel it. That little nip that teases us ... autumn. Almost autumn. Summer is heat and work and sweat and cold drinks of water and swimming and barbecues. But au- tunm is Fall... the pinnacle. This is when people have the county and state fairs, because the vegetables and animals are at their peak and ready to show. The heat drove some of us into the house this stifling summer and led us to make quilts, make furniture, can fruit. And now, if they're good enough (and we know, if no one else does) they can go to the fair, too. In the mountains, the deer and elk are at their finest, with antlers dark brown with the patina of age and wisdom and those tips white as ivory. Polished. This is the pol- ished time. We are all at some kind of pin- nacle in autumn. We have worked through the heat and now we can plan to ratchet it back a bit. We can Volunteering Continued from page 5 annual Tom's of Maine "50 States for Good" program. This year, the company is rewarding an organi- zation in every state and the Dis- trict of Columbia with $10,000 in funding, providing more than $500,000 for grassroots commu- nity projects. You can find addi- tional information and a nomina- tion form at Show Support, Remotely This year, the Tom's of Maine "50 States for Good" program is also spotlighting a project that aims to revitalize a distressed park in Detroit. Anyone can show support take our skills to the mountains for with just a few clicks by helping hunting and fishing, or just dis- decide what new items should go cover a new hobby there at the into the park, such as a swing set, housethatwillkeephandsandmind art installation, upcycled benches busy during the cold to come. or a basketball court, among other The children are off to school, items. Like, share and post your preparing themselves so someday social support for the project by their autumns will be like this, sweet visiting and with fulfillment, honed to a point, follow the park's progress at seeping with satisfaction the way ours are. Make Connections Online Autumn ... come and whisper One-on-one tutoring is one of to us in the morning, l'm almost the most useful ways to help chil- here. Almost here. Almost here. dren succeed academically. Buttra- ditional face-to-face tutoring re- Listen to the "Home Country quires more than just the one pro- Hour" podcast on your computer ductive hour of instruction since or other electronic marvels, at the commute is a factor as well. 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Include the to address these considerations, following: Teach Your Kids • Each child' s contact and medi- Make sure your kids know ba- cal information. sic information and how to identify • Recent photos of each child. themselves if they are separated * Comfort food and treats. from you. They should also know • Activity items like books and their home phone number and par- games. ents' or caregivers' mobile num- - Comfort items like a stuffed bers, how to dial 911, the family's animal or blanket. meet-up locations and how to reach Child Care your family's out of town contact. Emergencies don't always Stock up at Home strike when it's convenient. Every You may already have basic work day, 69 million kids are in survival items in your home that schoolorchildcare, separated from will be crucial in the event of emer- their families, according to census gency. These include bottled wa- statistics. 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