Because Everybody Needs One

Jill M. Rohrbach
It’s that time of year – time to buy a new calendar. Christmas is around the corner and the New Year is hot on its trail. This year consider buying a calendar that helps a non-profit. Here are two that I know about.

The 2011 Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge calendar is priced at $10, the same cost of one foot of habitat fence. The refuge, located in Eureka Springs, has 27 habitats housing nearly 80 of its 118 big cats and bears. Purchasing a calendar not only helps raise funds for building habitats, it also brings more exposure. When people see the calendars hanging in businesses and homes, it will hopefully bring more visitors to this refuge. Don’t just buy one for yourself. Buy some to give away too. Click here to order one.

Calendars are available for purchase at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks in Fayetteville for $10. The calendar features the winners of a calendar contest and will inspire your loved ones to garden all year. Find out more about the garden by clicking here.

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