Presidents Day

February 15, 2011 by USA Post 

Presidents Day Participants spend his style in the world that never fails to bring an American to share: clunky sneakers, often-bright white. Like it or not, they, AORE integral part of our culture, lifestyle of the participant relaxed and our commander in chief, OSA wardrobe sports – as are the sweats, tees, jackets, et al. Although convenience and comfort tend to overshadow the fashion for many Americans, Obama has finely crafted his eyes land-of-the freestyle in sensitivity usually winning. Both on and off the court first white basketball of the House, he, OSA regularly seen in a neutral and uniform basketball sneaks, tees, sweatshirts and caps with brands such as Nike and The North Face. The windproof waterproof up his flip-flops, Obama, the choice of the AM mode took the presidential fashion a whole new level of casual.

Wells Fargo has announced that all 96 of its sites in New Mexico, including Las Cruces, will be open regular hours on Monday, a day when many banks are closed due to Presidents’ Day national holiday.
“Wells Fargo strives to provide a service when, where and how our customers want,” said Lisa Riley, Wells Fargo regional president for New Mexico, via a statement. Broken Arrow students attend class during President’s Day, to catch one of the many days they missed during the storm. The school district made the decision Monday night.

The district needs to take six more days before the end of the year. They tend to school a day of parent-teacher conference in March.

To catch the rest, the school board, they consider extending the school year a week or by adding a 15 to 30 minutes to the school day towards the end of the year. Superintendent Jarod Mendenhall said: “Let’s say that after spring break, primary schools was 8:55 a.m. to 4:10 p.m., it would be 30 minutes we will be able to win. And if we take day President and Parent conference day, we’d been at school on May 26 because we will be able to make up to four days. ”

To extend the school day, the district must obtain approval from the State Council of Education. There will be no trash or bulky waste collection in the city of Dover Department of Public Works on the president, SOA holiday, Monday, February 21. Waste collection and collection of bulky waste that would normally be made on Monday will be Tuesday, Feb. 22, and the normal collection on Tuesday. Residents scheduled for Monday collection should have their containers set out by 7 am Tuesday. Recycling collection scheduled for Monday, February 21, will be collected on your regular schedule. Containers should be at seven o’clock by citizens with questions can contact the Department of public works at 736-7025.

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