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The 23rd Annual Family Literacy Festival is presented by The Gainesville Sun and the Alachua County Literacy Network. The purpose of the festival is to raise awareness about literacy and to reward students for their participation in the Million Minutes of Reading, a program that encourages elementary and middle school students to read. Special Guests: […]

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Free Hydromassages For Moms

Print out this coupon to get a free hydromassage for your mom any time until May 24th. Hydromassages use warm water to massage muscles and soothe aches and pains. To see how it works, watch this animation. To use the coupon, find a studio near you and book an appointment. Here are two places in […]

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Free Resume Copies and Faxing

Office Depot is offering free copies of your resume and free faxing of your resume in every store location until May 30. You can print up to 25 single-sided pages and fax them to 5 numbers. You don’t need a coupon:  just head to the Design, Print and Ship centers within Office Depot stores and […]

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Tomorrow (March 19): UF’s chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists will offer free lunch tomorrow in exchange for your First Amendment rights. You read that correctly. You’ll have to sign a form waiving their First Amendment rights for a few hours in exchange for a tasty, totally free lunch. Don’t worry, it’s all in […]

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Thousands of kids from around the world wrote and illustrated their hopes for President Obama in a free e-book called “Dear Mr. President.” The book, organized by the National Education Association, will be sent in a hard copy to the White House for Obama to see later this year. Children from age 5 to 12 […]

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Feb. 20 (Friday): Virginia’s tourism council starts giving away 40 free trips to places across the state to mark the 40th anniversary of the “Virginia is for Lovers” campaign.  The trips focus on Virginia’s historic sites, wineries and restaurants. Some of the trips: “Eastern Shore Ecothusiast,” “Founding Fathers and Founding Farmers” and “Rock Climbing in […]

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