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John Compton
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One City Project is a non-profit organization committed to promoting language education programs that reflect the cultures and communities of one's city.

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Help us kick-off February's Exchange 2.0: Creating Connected Learners Through Virtual Exchange webinar series! Throughout the month, we'll be exploring how technology-enabled, cross-cultural exchanges are preparing youth for a globalized future.

 Join the realtime chat on Livestream (http://bit.ly/cltvlive) and Twitter ( #exchange20 ) Thursday, Feb. 6, from 11am-12pm PT (2-3pm ET). We'll get a crash course in "virtual exchange," and hear how innovative programs are using it to build a better world.

Check out http://bit.ly/1nxb4Ai for more details about this event and the guest speakers, and let your networks know about this upcoming webinar!

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A Seahawks 747 Is Currently Flying A Giant "12" Over Washington State - http://pcc.coop/1eB2mtm via @monahat #GOHAWKS
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January is National Oatmeal Month

Dating back to 7,000 B.C. in China, oats are one of the earliest cereals cultivated by humans. Rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytonutrients, this whole grain food also packs a healthy punch of protein.

Milk, sugar and fruit are the most popular toppings for oatmeal, though we can't get enough of the rich and creamy boost a dollop of peanut butter adds to our favorite wholesome breakfast.

How do enjoy your oatmeal?
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Lemons and limes contain compounds called limonins, which research shows can help to fight cancers of the mouth, skin, lungs, breast and stomach. There is also a connection between limonins and fighting colorectal cancers.

The vitamin C in lemons and limes also aids in developing a stronger immune system. This means that lemons and limes will help prevent you from falling ill as a result of viral and bacterial infections.
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Today is World Arabic Language Day. It's an opportunity for us to acknowledge the immense contribution of the Arabic language to universal culture and to renew our commitment to multilingualism. This year, we're focusing on the role of the media in spreading & reinforcing Arabic. We must ensure that Arabic is heard & read in the public arena, and that it is used by an independent, plural Arab press. http://ow.ly/rRI6t
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More than 175,000 Washington residents have signed up for health insurance through Washington Healthplanfinder: http://seati.ms/ILqFg1
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