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Let Freedom of Influence Ring

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Freedom Rings at Pearl Harbor

Jul 10, 2008 ... Naval History & Heritage Command ...

let them pause and reflect on the importance of the ship's bell, what the ship's bell means ...

"Let Freedom Ring" is a national event introduced by the U.S. Congress in 1963 ...

U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class John J. Mike (Released) ...

www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=38326 - Cached


 The sun sets behind the USS Arizona (BB 39) Memorial

as seen from the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63).


[Chiefs] NavNews for Monday, July 03, 2006

Farragut Sailors will participate in the Let Freedom Ring Celebration
sponsored by the Pennsylvania Society of Sons of the Revolution (PSSR) on
July Fourth by lining a children's parade route to Independence Hall for the
38th annual tapping of the Liberty Bell. Farragut also will ring the ship's
bell 13 times at 2 p.m. along with Battleship New Jersey in honor of the 13
original colonies and the signing of the Declaration of Independence.



World War II Valor in the Pacific - Bell Tolls for Freedom ...

Joining the national effort to "Let Freedom Ring" on July 4, six Pearl Harbor Survivors and seven active duty military ...

https://www.nps.gov/valr/parknews/bell-tolls-for-freedom.htm - Cached


thinkLets / VFW Post 6654-2

will add the ship's bell from the U.S.S. Neosho (AO-143), an auxilliary fleet ...

This (Let Freedom Ring) display could also become an Eagle Scout project, ...

futurethought.pbworks.com/VFW%20Post%206654-2 - Cached



090917-N-6692A-047 SASEBO, Japan (Sept. 17, 2009) Lt. John Madea holds his daughter as she is baptized with holy water from the ship's bell of the amphibious dock landing ship USS Tortuga (LSD 46). This is the fourth person baptized aboard Tortuga since the ship's christening in 1988, and her name will be inscribed inside the bell as a tradition of the U.S. Navy. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Geronimo Aquino/Released)


Community Tool Box - Section 2. Survival Skills for Advocates

See also: Virtual Team Tactics

(Chapters 3... > Chapter 30. Principles of Advocacy >

Section 2. Survival Skills for Advocates >



Here, you'll find a checklist summarizing the major points contained in the text.

Try these survival skills for advocacy:

___Accentuate the positive

___Emphasize your organization's accomplishments to the community

___Plan for small wins

___Present the issues in the way you want others to see them

___Develop your own public identity

___Check your facts

___Keep it simple

___Be passionate and persistent

___Be prepared to compromise

___Be opportunistic and creative

___Stay your course

___Look for the good in others

___Keep your eyes on the prize

___Make issues local and relevant

___Get broad based support from the start

___Work within the experiences of your group members

___Try to work outside the experiences of your opponents

___Make your opponents play by their own rules

___Tie your advocacy group's efforts to related events

___Enjoy yourself!



Community Environmental Remediation Tutoring (CERT)

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MS - Information Science, 1971; University of St. Thomas, St. Paul - Mini-MSDD, 1992;

Kansas State - Extension, KELP Class 6:2005, 2005 ...



  1. Pathfinder Passports(cc): Cowskin Creek Crossing Serendipity ...

    This KELP Class 6-2005 (KSU Continuing-Ed) Safe Water Assessment Protocol (SWAP)

    Kanzana "Learn & Share Tale" helped influence the "NatGeoMaps Contours" ...

    geoventuring-lnt.blogspot.com/.../cowskin-creek-crossing-serendipity.html - Cached


  2. [PDF]

    Kansas Environmental Health Association Newsletter—Spring 2007

    File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View

    Mar 21, 2007 ... been produced several years ago by Danny Rogers, K-State ...

    Don't forget the useful website (also produced by a KELP team) .....

    As an older Class 6-2005 Kansas Environmental Leadership Program (KELP) participant, ...







For Eco-Futurists (Under Instruction), the Whale's Tale "blended visual learning" fish-bone diagram embeds ALL-WinWin

Knowledge Management (KM) and Social Engineering (SE) skills. It honors "ancient voices" that carefully guided

diverse crews who served aboard USS Cimarron (AO-22) during 1939-1968.

influ·ence [ín floo ənss]

noun (plural in·flu·enc·es)
1. effect on something: the effect of something on a person, thing, or event
  • Picasso's influence on the course of 20th-century art
2. power to sway: the power that somebody has to affect other people's thinking or actions by means of argument, example, or force of personality
  • She came under the influence of one of her teachers.
3. special advantage: the power or authority that comes from wealth, social status, or position
4. somebody who can sway another: somebody or something able to affect the course of events or somebody's thinking or action
  • He's a bad influence on you.
5. stars' effect on people: in astrology, an emanation that is believed to come from the stars and planets and to affect human characteristics, personality, and actions
transitive verb (past and past participle in·flu·enced, present participle in·flu·enc·ing, 3rd person present singular in·flu·enc·es)
1. sway somebody: to have an effect on somebody that helps to determine that person's actions, behavior, or way of thinking
  • What influenced you in your choice of career?
2. affect something: to have the power to affect something
  • the factors that influence a nation's development
[14th century. < medieval Latin influentia < Latin influere "flow in" < fluere "to flow"]
-in·flu·ence·a·ble, adjective
-in·flu·enc·er, noun
under the influence intoxicated by the use of a chemical substance, especially alcohol (informal)

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