Thank you to everyone that contributed to the food drive that we held last month. CHR collected well over 500 canned goods 100 boxes of cereal and many many other food products to help out the Pine Street Inn.
From the CHR family to you, Happy Thanksgiving!
Here are a couple of tips we use to stay cool and stress free during the big event:
1. Clean out the fridge tonight: While you're housecleaning take the time to toss out all expired items. You'll need room for the leftovers!
With the housing market still in the midst of its slump and housing foreclosures continuing to soar, many former homeowners are turning for either the first time or for the first time in decades to the rental market.
As we take today to pause and thank those who have fought to defend our freedom, we wanted to share some interesting factoids about Veteran’s Day. What will you do today to say your thank yous and remembrances?
This past Tuesday Hancock Village had their annual Fall Fest. With cookie decorating, apple cider donuts, and a pumpkin patch. It was a ton of fun. Thanks to everyone who came out.
Cool fall weather makes you crave hearty warm meals to share and, as a native squash to North America, pumpkins make a great base for any dish. Whether it's sweet or salty, you're almost guarenteed to find it delicious. Here are a few interesting pumpkin recipes we found around the web:
The spookiest time of year is a mere two weeks away and at CHR we’re always looking for ways to make holidays greener. Here are a few tips to make Halloween fun and eco friendly:
Lately it's felt more like an Indian summer, but fall is here. With the days growing shorter and the nice weather coming to an end, it's the perfect excuse to take a weekend drive. Skip buying your pumpkins from a supermarket this year and head straight to the source. We compiled just a few of the areas pumpkin patches. What's your favorite place to go? Share in the comments!