Cool Ideas for Cold Weather Including Warm-up Recipes, Easy Crafts and More
Cool Ideas for Cold Weather Including Warm-up Recipes, Easy Crafts and More
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  February 2020  
We Love Our Customers And Community

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This is a great time of year to let people know how much they mean to you. All of us at Wabash want you to know how much we appreciate your loyal patronage. It warms our hearts to see you enjoy our communication services and use them to stay better connected with friends and family.

We also feel privileged to be part of this amazing community, filled with caring residents and growing businesses. As technology evolves, Wabash will evolve along with it and work to make our community better.
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Cool Video 1 - Download Graphics to View  
Floating Crosswalk Optical Illusion
This crosswalk is painted to look like separate floating blocks but local motorists in the know just drive right through.
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Do Octopuses Dream?
While sleeping, this pet octopus changes colors in response to … something. The narrator suggests she could be having a dream.
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Download Images to View Ingredients:
8 oz. Stove Stop
3 C. Cooked Chicken
1/2 C. Melted Butter
12-16 oz. Frozen Vegetables
2 Cans Cream of Chicken
2 T. Onions
1 Soup Can Milk
Pastry for 2 Double Pie Crusts

Preheat oven to 375 F. Mix the melted butter with stuffing. Place some of the mix in the bottom of each crust. Mix together remaining stuffing mixture, soup, milk, chicken, veggies and onion. Pour into the pie crusts. Add the top crust and crimp edges. Put slits in top crust and cover edges of crust with 3 inch strip of aluminum foil; remove foil during last 15 minutes of baking. Bake until crust is brown and juice begins to bubble through slits in crust 40-50 minutes.

Note: This makes 2 pies. I usually bake one and freeze the other.

Provided By: Lisa McKnelly
Slice Up Deliciousness  
Slice Up Deliciousness
Celebrate National Pie Month (February) with these delicious classic recipes and new favorites.
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Enjoy Spontaneity  
Enjoy Spontaneity
Find great deals on last-minute reservations for flights, hotels, car rentals, cruises, and more.
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Stand Up to Winter  
Stand Up to Winter
Get winter safety tips and product recalls from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
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Cooking Demo 1 - Download Graphics to View  
The Most Amazing Lasagna
What makes it amazing? The sausage, ground beef, and layers of fresh herbs, spices, and other flavorful ingredients.
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Italian Chopped Salad
This is no ordinary salad! Get ready for a taste sensation with fennel salami, olives, fresh veggies, and provolone cheese.
Perfect for "What is this song?" moments, Shazam hears what's playing and tells you what it is.
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This app lets you listen to your favorite podcasts from your phone, car, or other device.
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Red Cross First Aid  
Red Cross First Aid
Be prepared! The First Aid app helps you handle the most common first aid emergencies.
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Crafty Demo 1 - Download Graphics to View  
Fun With Frames
These picture frame crafts are useful, cute, and quick. Make a keychain holder, a message board, a calendar, and more.
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Wine Cork Crafts
Don't throw away your wine bottle corks. Instead, transform them into a chip clip, place card, coaster, or garden marker.
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