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Paganism: Summer Solstice

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June 20th is the first day of summer. Of course, it is an astronomical occurrence, but it is also a day of spiritual importance to many religious groups. This BBC offering explains why the summer solstice is so important to pagans. Visit Stonehenge, a place frequented at the beginning of summer by pagans and non-pagans alike, by viewing the short video that shows its links to rituals about the sun and astronomy. Also included is a brief radio clip about another stone circle at Turton Heights in Great Britain.

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The Summer Solstice

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Try Swimming This Summer

Try Swimming This Summer A Health World article that illustrates the benefits of swimming and also offers ample swimming fitness programs. Wayne Westcott Ph.D., YMCA / Health World • High School Therese Gossett

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Summer Reflections

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Summer Reading for School Leaders

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