WHEELS UP //
Tr a a a
AN HONOR TO BE ABLE TO HELP CONTINUE PAUL VISION.
Cause Celeb //
Alec Baldwin lends his talent to help kids.
Hole in the Wall Camps started in 1988 after Paul Newman decided to give kids who were chronic illness a place to back, relax and raise a little Today, there are 14 Hole in the Wall Camps, each everything from archery and high ropes to theater and painting. dream of empowering sick children tugged on the heartstrings of Alec Baldwin, a longtime supporter of the cause. The funnyman is a frequent performer for the annual fundraiser, helping to create a haven for children with serious illnesses, allowing them to just be kids.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
LEARN: ACT: GIVE:
Children with chronic illness are typically unable to go to camp.
Join the community or apply to be a volunteer at holeinthewall camps.org.
All camp programs are free of charge for campers and their families, and the operation relies on generous donations from the community. To contribute, visit holeinthewall camps.org.
History Lesson //
It took two men to make one great idea stick. Now, 30 years later, Post-its are more versatile than ever.
The original canary yellow pads were available in three sizes.
MOMENTS IN POST-IT POP CULTURE
Romy and High School Reunion (1997) To impress the classmates that tormented them in high school, Romy and Michele claim to have created the Post-it, or as they put it, know, the yellow things with the sticky on the Sex and the City: Episode 81, Post-it Always Sticks (2003) Emotional infant Berger breaks up with darling Carrie by Post-it. Anatomy: Episode 102, or (2009) Claiming there will never be enough time to get married, Derek and Meredith tie the knot in the lounge of Seattle Grace using nothing but a Post-it to seal the deal.
In 1968, Dr. Spencer Silver made an adhesive that allowed items to be removed and restuck. But he know how to make it marketable. Years later, Art Fry, a 3M employee, had a moment while in church. Annoyed when his bookmark fell out of his hymnal, Fry took adhesive and applied it to the back of his
Post-its on your iPad? an app for that! Stickies and other computerized applications have brought the note to a new generation.
There are now more than 1,000 products under the Post-it brand.
June 2010 deltaskymag.com
PHOTO: (POST ITS) MICHAEL HENDRICKSON