Canine treats made by Twinsburg boy to benefit colon cancer awareness

TWINSBURG — A 12-year-old Twinsburg boy is working to turn a personal tragedy into a mission to help others.

Alex Salzinger recently started making homemade dog treats and selling them to raise money for the Colorectal Cancer Alliance. Alex is doing this in memory of his father Michael, who died in July 2020 from complications due to colon cancer at age 48.

Aura’s Treats, the name of the fledgling dog

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Student-led ‘Splinters Project’ transforming fallen trees into art to benefit derecho recovery

MARION, Iowa (KCRG) – Just steps from Marion’s City Square Park, where a branch still pokes through the tattered roof of the old railroad depot, damaged in the Aug. 10 derecho, chainsaws buzz new life into loss.

Starting over the weekend through Friday, Nov. 20, artists are transforming trees felled by the storm into bears, cardinals, eagles, and other art as part of the Iowa BIG Splinters Project.

“Each one

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America’s forest sector is ready for climate action and rural America can benefit

While this election demonstrates there’s still a significant divide amongst Americans on many issues, there’s a center on climate policy that is tapping America’s forests as a natural climate solution. 

America’s forest sector is ready for this moment, with deep consensus among public and private sector leaders on needed policies to grow natural carbon capture in forests and wood products, generating thousands of new jobs in the process and significant

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Richard Weitz’s ‘Quarantunes’ All-Star Benefit Livestreams Pass the $4 Million Fundraising Mark

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A few months ago, it might have been unimaginable that multimillion dollar fundraising efforts would be hosted not in black tie from behind a ballroom dais but in ballcaps in front of a refrigerator. But the “RWQuarantunes” livestream music series has proven that show-business philanthropy can take as much of a different tack as anything during the pandemic.

On Sunday night, the series

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