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    Cuantas veces re-usas tus botellas plásticas de agua? Es un ganar ganar! Te mantienes hidratada y ademas eres ecologica! How many of you re-use your plastic water bottles? It’s a win-win: stay hydrated, be ecological!

  • Fran Duckworth

    Drinking water

  • Patti R

    Prepared LDS Family: January 2013 Food Storage Goals

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  • Donna B

    Add "One Well: The Story of Water on Earth" to this (good book for kids, we found at the library). My oldest was in K when we read it and 2 yrs later, STILL is careful with water use.

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