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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Make Your Mark. Make A Difference

Make a Difference Day, This October 22nd will mark the 21st

Make Your Mark. Make A Difference. You Can! Yes!
Make a Mark, Make a Difference, Mark' Celeb Guest Judge!
Make A Difference Day, the largest national day of service. Make Your Mark week is a great way to great day to once again feel that feeling yourself. 
Welcome to Make Your Mark of a social bookmarking comparison engine that allows you to discover new sites just like the ones you already enjoy.
Make Your Mark is the first full-length studio album by Canadian pop punk band Living with Lions, released on September 17, 2008.

Make Your Mark. Make A Difference. Yes, You Can!

Mark's Story a normal summer vacation for 12-year-old Mark Staehely turned out to be the beginning of an extraordinary journey, leading Mark to accomplish more in the final six years of his life than most of us aspire to in an entire lifetime.
ET Online's kid correspondent Lauren Kaplan made a visit to the set of The Disney Channel's show Make Your Mark: Ultimate Dance Off – Shake It Up Edition to talk to the judges of this new dance competition show.
Making Your Mark is looking for in the winning contestant, celebrity judge Kingston said, "I'm just looking for them be themselves and have a good time."
It’s happening week! October 16 though 22 is Make Your Mark Week! Generation On is behind this wonderful opportunity for young people to focus on issues that matter most to doing small acts them add up to make a big difference.
It’s of the best-selling college success book by Lisa Fraser is now in its 9th edition and available as an eBook. Used at over 1,600 educational institutions, Making Your Mark gives students the motivation and high-performance success skills that will see them through college of entire careers.
The 19-year-old actress/singer is a celebrity guest judge on the kids and talent competition along with Sean Kingston and Rosero McCoy.
Make Your Mark’s goal is mobilize kids of all ages to use their energy, ingenuity and compassion to “make their mark on the world” on service.
You go to the Make Your Mark website, you can this year of top the focus is on some important kids can issues that animal welfare, hunger and literacy, environment, homelessness.
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