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Greeley Tribune's 2011 Home & Garden Show

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  • 28th Annual

    show 2011

    Island Grove Region Park Greeley, CO

    f e b r u a r y 2 0 1 1

    2511am-6pm

    friday

    2610am-5pm

    saturday

    2710am-5pm

    sunday

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    This includes everything from their favorite clothing to books and toys. If he or she wants to keep clothing that is not in

    season, store it in the back of their closet. For books and toys, use a fun trunk for items being kept as memorabilia.

    2. TEACH YOUR CHILD ABOUT LOCAL CHARITIES

    Use a box for items your child wants to give away. Introduce the idea of donating to local charities or schools

    in your area. There could be a charity that your child might be interested in donating to on a regular basis.

    3. RECYCLE ITEMS YOURCHILD DOESNT WANT

    Introduce fun ways to teach your child about recycling and repurposing. Organize boxes that your child can label to collect paper items, plastic and miscellaneous items found in their room. At the end of the week, you and your child can

    see how much was collected. De-cluttering your childs room can be stressful, but if you both take on certain parts of the room, it will cut the time in half. Plan a day each month to

    ensure your childs room stays in tiptop shape.

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    The dog days of sum-mer can really put the heat on electricity bills and put even the best air conditioning systems to the test. The De-partment of Energy says

    that almost 45 percent of a homeowners util-ity costs come from heating and cooling the house. Fortunately, there are some simple things you can do to

    help lower those costs, keep your system work-ing as it should, and beat the summer heat, says Dave Quandt, Senior VP of Field Services for American

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    Here are a few tips to keep in mind when sum-mer temperatures start to sizzle:

    An air conditioner set at 70F can cost twice as much to oper-ate as one set at 78F. Raise the thermostat by 2 degrees above its normal setting. Youll still be comfortable, and your pocketbook will thank you.

    Set the thermostat to 80F when youll be out of the house for several hours and lower it when you return. But dont shut the air con-ditioner off; its less ef-ficient to cool the house back down than to leave it set at a higher tem-

    perature. A ceiling fan uses

    about as much en-ergy as a 100-watt bulb, but it can make a room feel up to eight degrees cooler. In summer, blades should turn counter-clockwise, pushing air downward to create a cool breeze.

    Keeping windows closed and curtains drawn during the day can reduce cooling costs by 30 percent.

    Lights, comput-ers and televisions all generate heat. Turn them off when theyre not in use.

    Create shade for the unit, but keep the area around the exterior condensing unit clear of leaves, bushes and other obstructions to ensure adequate airflow.

    Clean or replace the air conditioner filter monthly. Clogged, dirty filters block air flow and make a unit work much harder. A clean filter can save up to 10 percent on your bill.

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