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Ronald McDonald (fictional character)

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  • Ice Festival: Love is in the Air Downtown Downers Grove

    Ice Festival: Love is in the Air Downtown Downers Grove
    Get out of the house for a weekend of fun, shopping and dining for all ages! The Annual Downers Grove Ice Festival: "Love is in the Air" is here, February 10-12, 2012, in Downtown Downers Grove! Enjoy the unique ice sculptures that will line the streets...
  • Friendswood High School: Alyssa Waller

    Friendswood High School:<br>Alyssa Waller
    They say when hard work meets opportunity it equals success. Meet Friendswood High School senior Alyssa Waller, who's seen lots of success as a young lady. She's a member of the defending state champ Wranglerettes dance team. "She is the ideal student...
  • Register Today for Ronald McDonald House Charities Walk for Kids!

    Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California invites you to Walk for Kids on Sunday, April 1 at Exposition Park in Los Angeles, Honda Center in Anaheim, Shoreline Park in Long Beach or Victoria Gardens in San Bernardino. Help raise funds for...
  • Walk for Kids 2012: Ronald McDonald Houses

    Gayle Anderson was live in Pasadena at one of the properties benefiting from Sunday's WALK FOR KIDS 2012. The Pasadena Ronald McDonald House® (PRMH) provides inexpensive, and often free, lodging for families while their children undergo treatment for...
  • Walk For Kids-The Preview

    Gayle Anderson was live in Rancho Cucamonga one of the locations of Sunday's WALK FOR KIDS 2012. The Walk for Kids™ is a 5K walk designed to raise funds and awareness for the services and programs provided by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern...
  • New Haven Emergency Listings

    Emergency Arson Hotline 800-842-7766   Children, Missing & Exploited 800-843-5678, (800-THE-LOST)   Domestic Violence Services of Greater New Haven (24-hour hotline) 203-789-8104   Greater New Haven Sexual Assault Crisis Services 888-999-5545...
  • Newspaper Ads Aim To Pressure McDonald's To Stop Marketing To Kids

    Newspaper Ads Aim To Pressure McDonald's To Stop Marketing To Kids
    A group of over 500 health professionals has written a letter to McDonald's asking the fast food chain to stop marketing fast food to kids. The ads will appear in newspapers in select cities nationwide like San Francisco and Chicago. In New York, the...
  • Memorial Day forecast for Md. travel even with last year

    Even with gasoline prices at near-record levels, Marylanders are expected to travel during Memorial Day weekend in the same robust numbers as last year, AAA Mid-Atlantic predicts. But to make sure potential visitors aren't discouraged by the price at the...
  • New Ronald McDonald House serves families, not skyline

    New Ronald McDonald House serves families, not skyline
    Does a good cause inevitably lead to good architecture? It's a touchy subject, especially when you're taking the measure of a building, like the new Ronald McDonald House in Chicago, which provides convenient, caring lodging for families that have a...
  • 8th Annual Pop Tab Drop raises money for Ronald McDonald House

    8th Annual Pop Tab Drop raises money for Ronald McDonald House
    More than 10 million pop tabs were collected downtown Friday. Volunteers from all around the state descended on Monument Circle for the 8th Annual Ronald McDonald House Pop Tab Drop. The money raised from recycling the pop tabs will be used to help...
  • Go on a SoCal hunt for Googie architecture

    Go on a SoCal hunt for Googie architecture
    It was the 1950s. America was a superpower, and the Los Angeles area was the center of it. The space race was on. A car culture was emerging. So were millions of postwar babies. Businesses needed ways to get families out of their automobiles and into...