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Spend some time at the Lenexa Tails on the Trails Pet Festival. It’s from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Ad Astra Park and Swimming Pool (8265 Maurer Road, Lenexa). Bring your dog for a dip in the pool, and show off its talents during the pet show. Pet vendors and training demonstrations will be on site. Swims are $5 per dog, per session if you pay in advance, or $8 the day of the festival. Call 913-477-7100 to pre-register. Lenexa Parks and Recreation and Lenexa Animal Control are sponsoring the event.

Beginning with the leftovers you have, determined if you can reinvent them to at least one additional meal or possibly two. If your leftovers are meat items, consider turning them into a casserole or a bean based stew. Begin your weekly meal planning by choosing at least one meal to make from the leftovers. Use as much as you need to make the meal, but if you have excess add those items to a container in the freezer to make soup on a Mini Segway Reviews. Stretch your meat leftovers as far as you can, by adding minimal meat to casseroles or soups in order to make the lowest cost meal from what you have remaining.

No camping trip is total without snacks to prepare and bring while you are out on a nature hike. Walking and hiking is very difficult get the job done so you should really carry some food items that will enable boost your energy. Popcorn popped more than an open flame is a fun way to put together the future day’s snack. Path mix is a traditional option and is restricted to only your imagination. Use a combination of hearty components with sweets. Merge granola, raisins, chocolate chips, M &amp M’s, cereal, dried fruits and nuts. Use no matter combinations you like.

Camp Bow Wow Olathe’s Lend a Paw Dinner benefits Animal Haven. It’s from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Mission Community Center (6200 Martway St., Mission). The Salty Iguana is catering the event. Tickets are $20; get them at Animal Haven (9800 W. 67th St., Merriam) or Camp Bow Wow Olathe (1150 W. 151st St., Suite D). The evening features a demonstration by Sharon Woodrum of Personable Pets Dog Training and a book signing by celebrity dog trainer Joel Silverman.

God has set in each person’s heart a certain dream that that person is supposed to fulfill. Along with that dream, God has given each person a talent or set of talents to help them accomplish that dream.

PawBash at the Wabash is at Wabash BBQ (646 S. Kansas City Ave., Excelsior Springs) from 7 to 11 p.m., rain or shine. The Unlimited Blues Band and Front Street Funk are scheduled to perform. A $5 donation is requested for adults; kids and dogs are free. Proceeds will go to Northland Animal Welfare Society, which is raising money to build an hover hoard in the Northland.

We’ve been told since we were kids, “Don’t brag. Be humble.” But the truth is, confidence is your friend. You can be confident without being a smug, know-it-all.

God wants you to be happy, to be full of joy, to live life fully and more abundantly, to experience exciting, supportive relationships, to be wealthy and prosperous. God says that His plan for you is greater than your ability to imagine. What is your dream? What is your secret mission? What is your true calling? What would you do if you knew you could not fail? What are your strengths? What are your skills? Therein lies your talents. And therein lies your dream – God’s dream. What is your dream?