Your WBFJ Family Station Forecast Partly sunny skies this afternoon…High 62.
The push for a state Constitutional amendment in support of traditional marriage is underway. “Vote FOR Marriage NC” kicked off its campaign in support of traditional marriage on Monday. A vote for Traditional marriage will be on the May 8th Primary. FYI: State law already makes the distinction that a legal marriage in North Carolinais between one man and one woman. The amendment also would prevent the state from sanctioning civil unions or domestic partnerships. www.voteformarriagenc.com/
Vote to protect traditional marriage in North Carolina. What You Need to Know about the Marriage Protection Amendment. http://ncfpc.org/pdffiles/Talkingpoints.pdf
Job Alert: CarMax has the ‘help wanted’ sign out in the Triad. Several full-time positions are available in sales, service, purchasing and the business office. CarMax is the nation’s largest retailer of used cars. www.carmax.com/careers
One out of every three Americans owns an E-reader or tablet according to a new Pew research study. But lots of people are still utilizing their local libraries…to rent digital books. Locally, there has been a steady increase of digital check-outs over the past 6 months. The Forsyth County Public Library has noticed an increase in digital checkouts — from 500 in December 2010 to more than 3,000 in December 2011. FYI: A basic Kindle can cost anywhere from $79 to $199 at local retail stores www.myfox8.com/news/wghp-libraries-see-increase-in-traffic-through-digital-reading-20120123,0,2070322.story
National School Choice Week (Jan. 22-28, 2012) National School Choice Week is an education movement to provide effective options for all children, including great public schools, public charter schools, private schools, virtual schools and homeschooling. Details www.SchoolChoiceWeek.com
Delete those unwanted messages during the 5th annual “Clean Out Your Inbox Week”. Jill Duffy with PC Magazine advises us all to set aside 15 to 20 minutes each week to work on deleting, filing or archiving old emails. Read more: http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/science_tech/organize-your-life-tips-on-cleaning-out-your-inbox#ixzz1kIKAHF13
Here are some tips on how to better manage your emails… http://zenhabits.net/email-zen-clear-out-your-inbox/
President Obama will likely talk about the economy during his State of the Union Address happening at 9pm tonight.
Volunteers are needed at Brenner Children’s Hospital and the cancer center at Baptist Hospital. Wake Forest Baptist Health will be holding another orientation and training session for new volunteers this Wednesday afternoon (Jan 25) starting at 5:30pm. Call Susan with Wake Forest Baptist Health at 713-3516.
January is Sanctity of Human Life Month. Learn more about local Pregnancy Care Centers in our area at www.wbfj.fm
MOOOOve over hay bale. Hello water bed? Ohio dairy farmer Dave Conrad is claiming that since his cows started sleeping on waterbeds over the past six months – milk production has increased dramatically. Each 7 x 4 foot water bed stalls are priced at $300 dollars. Conrad says that “When his milk cows lay on the water mattress, they don’t have that pressure point on their knees and other joints.” A good night’s sleep goes a long way. Even for a milk cow? http://www.digtriad.com/news/article/209797/1/Ohio-Cows-Sleep-On-Waterbeds-Milk-Quality-Improves
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
QUOTE: “A person who loves his job, will never work a day in his life.”
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