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After Class  

                                                                                                

MAY, 2005

 

 

 

'April Showers Bring May Flowers'  

May flowers and lots of pollen. It's sneezin' season! Find out how to control your allergies this spring.       


 

 

 

 

Important Dates

 MAY, 2005

  •  1 - May Day

  •  5 - Cinco de Mayo

  •  7 - Kentucky Derby

  • 30- Memorial Day

European Geography Web Games - from beginner to Einstein!

Check out this satellite view of the earth - it's awesome!!!

(for previous issues consult the Archive)

 

TAPS

Fading light dims the sight And a star gems the sky, gleaming bright  From afar drawing nigh, Falls the night.

Day is done, gone the sun,  From the hills, from the lake, from the skies.  All is well, safely rest; God is nigh.

Then goodnight, peaceful night;  Till the light of the dawn shineth bright.  God is near, do not fear, Friend, Goodnight.

 

 

 

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MILITARY  MATTERS

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Military English: E. L. Easton,      British Council

Quotes, Jokes: Military Quotes, Jokes, Mottos

Military Pen Pals:  USA Forces British Forces

 

MAY  DAY

"here we go round the maypole"

 

Since the first running of the Kentucky Derby in 1875, the 40-acre Churchill Downs infield has been a gathering place to exercise the first rite of spring.

The Kentucky Derby

May 7, 2005

MAY 1  -  Worker's DAY

The eight hours working day movement lies at the bottom of the whole affair.

find out why May 1 is Worker's Day

 

 

Cinco de Mayo

Map showing Veracruz, site of the French invasion

 

Memorial Day - May 30

 

"Soldier, rest! Thy warfare o'er,
Sleep the sleep that knows not breaking,
Dream of battled fields no more.
Days of danger, nights of waking."

~Sir Walter Scott

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