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Boxed Meal/Class Party

Boxed Meals / Class Parties

  Week of June 28 – July 4, 2021 Mon  June 28            Tues  June 29              Boxed Meals      LMPT 2107A      23 Sandwich Meals       11:00 am                                           (Turkey/Cheddar …
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Happy Birthday! This Month's Birthdays

This Month’s Birthdays!

Happy Birthday to Benson Food Team Members Calo, Shiela -Mae 7/2 Mann, Steven 7/2 Jones Sr., Dexter 7/7 Grossen, Darren 7/5 Robeson, Alexander 7/15 Cummings, Marsha 7/19 Cruz, Norma 7/18
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Quote of the Day
by BrainyQuote.com

  • Joan Rivers
    on August 3, 2021 at 2:53 pm

    “I have no methods; all I do is accept people as they are.”

Word of the Day
from Merriam-Webster

  • berate

    Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Day for August 3, 2021 is: berate • \bih-RAYT\  • verb : to scold or condemn vehemently and at length Examples: “Don’t berate yourself over canceling plans,” the lifestyle expert said. “It is sometimes more important that you allow for time to take care of yourself.” “During Russell’s tirade Wednesday, he didn’t shout at any particular player, but his team as a whole. ‘I would never single someone out and berate them,’ Russell said.” — Shaun Goodwin, The Kansas City Star, 17 June 2021 Did you know? Berate and rate can both mean “to rebuke angrily or violently.” This sense of rate was first recorded in the 14th century, centuries before the familiar (and etymologically unrelated) rate meaning “to estimate the value of.” We know that berate was probably formed by combining the prefix be- and the older rate, but the origins of this particular rate itself are somewhat more obscure.

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