February 2011 Calendar
January 31, 2011 by staff
February 2011 Calendar, Each year, on average, 18,300 Americans are injured and more than 3,500 die in fires, with children 14 and under who make up 10-15 percent of all fire deaths. National Burn Awareness Week is traditionally observed the first full week in February, and according to FEMA Regional Administrator Ken Murphy is the ideal compliance schedule to focus on fire prevention and protection of children.
“Children under 5 years account for fifty-two percent of all fire deaths of children, and house fires tend to peak in the winter months, placing infants and young children at even greater risk, “said Murphy.” Many children are unable to escape fire on their own, and I encourage parents and caregivers to use National Burn Awareness Week during take measures to maintain their families, especially children, safe from fires and burns. ”
In February, we continue to prune the old seeds and plants for the new. Brian Marshall and Nancy Heinzel Farm Sawmill Creek in Paradise wrote this beautiful descripteion February on their farm market: “February is often the cruelest month here in the state north of this seductive vision clear blue sky, followed by days of incessant rain and spitting. Fog that makes twelve o’clock seems dusk. Safely tucked inside the heated greenhouse, however, are trays and trays of seedlings, which unfolds slowly. Amazing to see the beginnings of tiny leaves what should become of tomato plants robust and productive. Announcing spring is about to begin, I pass my hand gently on the plants, the leaves slightly new wrinkle. And I breathe the smell of petrol…. tomato. ”
February 2, 2011 this year, and everyone wants to know if the Groundhog Day Snowstorm Phil will be buried, or the groundhog sees his shadow? According to the National Weather Service, it is likely that the northeast, including Providence, Rhode Island will be buried in snow, sleet and freezing rain on Feb. 2. And what happens with Groundhog Day and Punxsutawney Phil anyway? Is it based in fact or fiction?
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