Monthly Archives: May 2011

Memorial Day 2011

Not with tears do we remember, but with pride in their sacrifice and gratitude for our freedom.  To the men and women who gave everything that others may remain independent, we owe a few minutes before we begin our celebrations.  … Continue reading

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Honoring Our Military

This Saturday, Americans will celebrate Armed Forces Day.  Established in the 1950s by President Harry Truman, this day is set aside in order for a grateful nation to show our appreciation to the members of our military.  In his Armed … Continue reading

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National Police Week 2011

In 2010, 152 police officers died while on duty.  To date in 2011, there have been 71 fatalities, predicting another year of increasing law enforcement deaths.  According to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, during the last 10 years, … Continue reading

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Accepting Product Idea Submissions

Ever had a bright idea?  One that you knew would make your job easier, solve a problem, or save time?  Perhaps it’s one of those spur-of-the-moment thoughts that causes everyone to wonder why they didn’t think of it first.  At TTF, … Continue reading

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A Salute to Nurses

National Nurses Week Celebrated May 6-12  Every year, National Nurses Week focuses attention on the diverse ways America’s 3.1 million registered nurses work to save lives and to improve the health of millions of individuals.  This year, the American Nurses … Continue reading

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National Corrections Officers Week

As May rolls in, so does National Correctional Officers Week.  Signed in by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, this week is meant to recognize the commitment of those men and women working in jails and prisons throughout our country.   These … Continue reading

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Death of a terrorist

On September 11, 2001, Osama Bin Laden and his followers launched an attack on the United States, stealing the lives of almost 3000 people.  This was not his first attack on America, though.  He had previously been responsible for bombings … Continue reading

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