Spaceflightnow.com


Have you wondered how our space program is going? How is planning for the next shuttle mission, planned for July, progressing? With all the other news that has been in the headlines lately, we should keep in mind that there is still an active and energetic set of missions that are currently underway and in the planning stages. Today’s Family First Site helps to bring cybervisitors up to date on these missions.

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HistoryNet.com


Studying history in school can either be boring or interesting. Finding out about the events of years past help to understand why our world is the way it is. Today’s Family First Site is a great one for any cyber visitor who is interested in history, either for the sake passing a class, or for learning about a certain event that one has a particular interest in.

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Giving to charity is a personal choice. Deciding on what to give, how much to give, and when to give are difficult choices we all face. Ensuring that your dollars go to where you want them to is another concern. Today’s Family First Site is an interesting one that is changing how we cannot only donate to our specific concerns, but research them at the same time.

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The Official Website of Arlington National Cemetery


Today is the day that was set aside to remember the men and women who have died in the service to our country. It has been a tradition since the mid-19th century to hold this celebration in the month of May, and it has been a Federal holiday since 1971. Today we look at a site that has come to represent this ultimate sacrifice that has been made.

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Ride To The Wall Foundation


One of the most emotional events that has taken place this Memorial Day weekend was one I saw on cable television today. It was called Rolling Thunder XVIII, and it took place in Washington, D.C. Today�s Family First Site looks at that event, and the organization that sponsored it. See if you can find the connection between this site, and the famous poem that starts out “Now listen, my children, and you shall hear…”.

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