Thursday 5/16: According to a new study, owning one of these can lower your risk of heart disease... What is it?
Answer: A dog
Wednesdsay 5/15: The average woman spends $15,000 over the course of her lifetime replacing this. What is it?
Tuesday 5/14: The average mom and dad spend $62.25 a weekend on this. What is it?
Answer: A babysitter
Monday 5/13: Nearly 20% of money couples spend, without telling each other, goes toward THIS…What?
Answer: Lottery Tickets
Friday 5/10: Nearly 40% of American's have done this while in the kitchen... What is it?
Answer: Cook along with a cooking show
Thursday 5/9: Nearly 50% of American homes have one of these... What is it?
Answer: House Plants
Wednesday 5/8: 1-in-3 women say they'd change this about themselves if they could... What is it?
Answer: Their laugh
Tuesday 5/7: It’s 70% more likely that your boss did this today, and you didn’t…what is it?
Answer: Go out to lunch
Monday 5/6: THIS is a task we do on average about every two years... What is it?
Answer: Clean out the glovebox
Friday 5/3: THIS is the second most popular beverage in the world... What is it?
From the Gazette:
•SecureCare Self-Storage is offering 30 days of free storage at all its Colorado Springs-area locations, no questions asked. Call 1-877-907-1649 for more information.
•The YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region is opening its facilities to evacuees, starting Sunday and lasting until further notice. The Y also is opening its day camps to children of evacuees, ages 5 to 12. Spokeswoman Mary Beth Burichin said camps last for a week, but evacuees can enroll a child for as many days as they need, space permitting. The Briargate Y camps are full, but the others have openings, she said. Go to http://www.ppymca.org/for Y locations, hours and contact information.
•Calvary Worship Center, 505 Castle Road, has offered its space to serve water, Gatorade and food to fire and police employees working the fire. The church also having a prayer meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday.
•The Colorado Springs Sky Sox is making free tickets available to evacuees for the games Sunday and Monday. Sunday's game is already under way; Monday's game begins at 12:35 p.m. Go to the box office and let the ticket window employee know you are an evacuee. •The Mining Exchange, a new luxury hotel downtown, is offering rooms at a discounted price of $99 for fire evacuees. The rooms are not ready to open to the public, but the hotel owner said they have all the amenities that people need, except for a few frills like artwork. 323-2000.
•Family Life Services will open its facilities to any local business or nonprofit that needs a meeting space or check-in point for its employees. There is wi-fi, a full service kitchen and a flat screen tv. Call executive director Julie Abel at 322-1637 to make arrangements.
•Care and Share Food Bank of Southern Colorado is holding a food drive through Tuesday, until 7 p.m. each day. Drop off non-perishable foods at the warehouse, 2605 Preamble Point, which is on Constitution Avenue about 1/4 mile east from Powers Boulevard. Specific needs: rice, soup, boxed and canned meals, stew, granola bars.
•D ‘n J Towing and Recovery, 2255 Busch Ave., is offering free storage for evacuees' RVs, motor homes and trailers through Friday. Call 492-0147 for information. •Rocky Mountain Health Care Services, 310 S. 14th Street, can shelter up to 50 evacuees and their pets. They also could use blankets, sheets, pillows, cots and air mattresses. Call 641-2747.
Read more: http://www.gazette.com/articles/offering-140781-freebies-space.html#ixzz1yoGUVCKF