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Grant Guru Tip: It's Summer Time and the Living is Easy

The Old Farmer's Almanac lists the "dog days" of summer as the forty days beginning July 3 and ending August 11. Hopefully the hottest days of summer are now behind you and you are winding down your summer break. In
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The Old Farmer's Almanac lists the "dog days" of summer as the forty days beginning July 3 and ending August 11. Hopefully the hottest days of summer are now behind you and you are winding down your summer break. In these last few days or weeks before you return to the traditional school year (depending upon your fall start date), now is a good time to get organized for writing grant applications. The Grant Guru column will resume in mid-September. In the meantime, re-read some of the posted tips. There are thirty-eight articles for you to go through or catch up on. As you re-read, feel free to post any questions you may have. I will answer your questions in September. For those of you who don't go back until after Labor Day, enjoy the time left with your friends and family. Find the time to do something good for yourself too!

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The Old Farmer's Almanac lists the "dog days" of summer as the forty days beginning July 3 and ending August 11. Hopefully the hottest days of summer are now behind you and you are winding down your summer break. In these last few days or weeks before you return to the traditional school year (depending upon your fall start date), now is a good time to get organized for writing grant applications. The Grant Guru column will resume in mid-September. In the meantime, re-read some of the posted tips. [BREAK] There are thirty-eight articles for you to go through or catch up on. As you re-read, feel free to post any questions you may have. I will answer your questions in September. For those of you who don't go back until after Labor Day, enjoy the time left with your friends and family. Find the time to do something good for yourself too!

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