It’s time to be ‘Cool to be Kind’

Cool to be Kind 2011

Once again it is time for Barriere to be “COOL TO BE KIND.” The week of Oct. 3 – 8, 2011 has been declared cool to be kind week. So it’s time to get out there and show Barriere how kind we are.

The daily acts of kindness of most of the citizens of the District of Barriere often go unrecognized; and by recognizing these daily acts of kindness during this week, all citizens of the District of Barriere will become more aware of the importance of being kind to others throughout the year; and by recognizing these acts of kindness during this week, everyone will be encouraged to participate in making the city a kinder, safer and better place to live; and Barriere is celebrating its Barriere is Cool to be Kind week by encouraging schools, businesses, employees, community groups and citizens to participate in Random Acts of Kindness.

 

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