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RSVP by May 1 to attend May 5 Fiesta Fundraiser for Issaquah Clothing & Food …

RSVP by May 1 to attend May 5 Fiesta Fundraiser for Issaquah Clothing & Food …
News from Issaquah Press:

NEW — 11:20 a.m. April 29, 2014

Over the summer months, when children are out of school, food banks across the nation often experience an increase in demand for services while donations decrease.

Residents at University House Issaquah, 22975 S.E. Black Nugget Road, are taking action from 5-7 p.m. May 5 with its first Fiesta Fundraiser to benefit the Issaquah Clothing & Food Bank.

To raise money, University House Issaquah hosts a Mexican buffet with taco bar and fiesta cocktails for adults. Guests will be serenaded by traditional fiesta music, and can participate in a silent auction and onsite raffle to benefit the Issaquah Clothing & Food Bank.

The public is invited to the Fiesta Fundraiser. Tickets for children are $ 10 each and adult tickets are $ 15. To attend, RSVP by calling 557-4200 by May 1.

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News from NorthJersey.com:

How’s the atmosphere in your home? We’re not talking about the mood or décor – we’re talking about the air, literally.

You probably don’t think much about the air around you, but you spend hours breathing it every day, and it can be full of stuff you don’t want in your lungs.

“Sometimes people overlook indoor air pollutants, which in some ways are very similar to outdoor air pollutants,” said Hsin-Neng Hsieh, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark.

“The Environmental Protection Agency has published data saying that pollution in our buildings is two to five times greater than outdoors,” said Daniel Kopec, an architect in Glen Ridge who teaches building systems and technology at the institute. “We’re spending 90 percent of our time in buildings, so it’s a huge problem.”

With those warnings in mind, here are seven things you can do to breathe easier inside your four walls:

Control moisture

Water is always trying to sneak into places it doesn’t belong, and when it does, it breeds mold and mold spores, which you don’t want to breathe. About half of homes have visible signs of dampness or mold, according to researchers.

It’s not enough to just clean up the mold.

“You need to pay attention to the sources. Why is there mold?” s…………… continues on NorthJersey.com

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