About this Blog

Glad you found us! We are dekoposh, Inc. a Tween/Teen company with a mission to empower V.I.T.s (very important tweens and teens) to make positive changes today for a better tomorrow by volunteering, giving back, becoming leaders, and teaching others to do the same. The Green4Kids Blog is our Deko and Posh Recycle Club. The Deko and Posh Recycle Club (Green4Kids) is a recycle club that any elementary, middle, or high school student can start at their school. Deko and Posh teach the kids to start a recycle program at their school and learn how to give back! The recycle program teaches the kids how to recycle, how to work as a team, how to give back to their community, and how to help raise money for their school. Email us at info@dekoposh.com if you would like to start a Deko and Posh Recycle Club at your school today! PTA parents are welcome to contact us.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Can Dirve at Fresno State University

Help Fresno State marketing students break a World Record. They are attempting to build the World's Largest recyclable bulldog filled with crushed cans. The bulldog will be completed on May 9th in conjunction with the last Fresno State Baseball game of the season. Please support Fresno State by collecting crushed aluminum cans and sending them to all the local schools during the week of April 20-24th.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Go Green Fresno County Student Art Contest

What does “Go Green” and/or superior environmental stewardship mean to you? Show us through your artwork by using any art medium you desire. You just might win one of three scholarships sponsored by local eco-friendly companies! Please Note: Select artwork will be put on display at select Fresno County library branches. (You will be notified if your work is chosen to be put on display.) Two dimensional work should be no larger than 12”x 18” and sculptures should be no larger than 12” high, 6” deep and 12” wide.
Student Name:
School District:
School Phone Number:
Parent’s Name:
Parent’s Phone Number:
Description of artwork submitted:
Please drop off or mail entries to the Fresno Arts Council by Monday, March 23rd. The Fresno Arts Council office is located downtown at 1245 Van Ness Ave, Fresno, CA 93721. Questions? Contact Go Green Fresno County at gogreen@co.fresno.ca.us
Parental Authorization:
Yes, I understand that a panel of judges will select the winners of this contest. One elementary school student will win the $500 Valley Sanitary Supply Elementary School Go Green Scholarship; One middle school student will win the $1,000 Janitorial Inc. Middle School Go Green Scholarship; One high school student will win the $1,500 Akeena Solar High School Go Green Scholarship. I understand my child’s artwork will not be considered without a completed entry form. I understand that I may pick up my child’s artwork from the Fresno Arts Council office no sooner than May 5th and no later than May 30th. Go Green Fresno County and its sponsors do not assume any responsibility for materials lost or damaged. In addition, I hereby grant Go Green Fresno County and its sponsors the absolute right and permission to use, re-use and publish, re-publish artwork for any purpose in conjunction with my child’s name.
Signature: Date:

What is recycling?

Monday, November 3, 2008

Best Choice for School or Diaper Bag

Great product we wanted to share with you. Clean Well
The wipes and sprays are perfect for lunch boxes, backpacks, and diaper bags.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Happy Birthday Jenny McCarthy

Today is Jenny McCarthy's Birthday. Happy Birthday girl, and we thank you for all that you do!!!

Born November 1, 1972 (1972-11-01) (age 36)
Chicago, Illinois
Measurements Bust: 38 in (97 cm)
Waist: 24 in (61 cm)
Hips: 34 in (86 cm)
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Weight 120 lb (54 kg)

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

The Last and Final Debate

Ok, I am just fired up! I can't believe this idiot John McCain compared Sarah Palin's son with Down Syndrome to Autism. He sited this in three different examples. Here is my response---Republicans have done absolutely nothing for the Autistic Community. The people who are helping the autistic community are people like you and I with their giving hearts. These damn Republicans don't even know what to do with Autistic children. Sorry, this is going to get loud, plug your ears. Fuck John McCain. Here is proof that the Republicans have done nothing, comparing Down Syndrome to Autism, what was he thinking? (oh, I forgot you need a brain to actually think intelligently) That is like saying apples taste the same as oranges. I know for a fact they have done absolutely because I live this life and I listen to all these mom's crying for help! Listen to me, we need a major change, we need Obama, we need to fix the economy, we need to fix our education system, we need to green our environment, and we don't need another republican in office.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle

Teach your kids to be GREEN today, they are never to young.

Reduce: Teach your kids, to turn lights off when not in use, turn off water while brushing teeth, turn T.V. off when nobody is watching it, keep the fridge doors closed, and you will be saving the earth and money.

Reuse: Toss catalogs, junk mail, and other "art supplies" from candy wrappers to bottle caps into a Craft Box. You will be amazed what kinds of art your children will come up with.

Recycle: Many recycling centers accept sippy cups and baby bottles. Check to see if one near you does at Earth 911.

Jenny McCarthy, Jim Carrey, and Evan in Halloween Costumes

Jim Carrey, Evan, and Jenny McCarthy in costume for Halloween 2007. What will they be this year?

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Celebrities Going Green

Leonardo Dicaprio owns a solar powered home and a hybrid car. Jennifer Aniston is a stickler about conserving water: "I take a three-minute shower." She also brushes her teeth while taking a shower. Hayden Panetiere brings her own reusable totes to the grocery store, and Julia Roberts has confessed to returning bags for a nickel refund! NBC's The Biggest Loser switched to Brita this year, saving 32,000 bottles of water! Ryan Gosling drives an ecofriendly hybrid Toyota Prius. Evangeline Lilly takes out her recycling.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

The Nature Conservancy

Experts predict that within 100 years, natural lands and water resources will become scarce. Log onto Nature for more information on how you can save the earth we love!

Wordless Wednesday

Monday, August 11, 2008

Do-It-Yourself Cleaners the Natural Way

Here are some way to clean up naturally...

Make Soft Scrub = Add enough Simple Soap to 1/8 cup of baking soda to make a creamy mixture.

Appliance Cleaner = Dry baking soda shines up small appliances and even removes bread wrappers burned onto the toaster. Try rubbing a teaspoon onto your grubby blender of food processor with a clean flannel cloth.

Toilet Cleaner = Sprinkle toilet bowl with 1/4 cup of baking soda . Drizzle with 1/4 cup vinegar, then scour with a toilet brush.

Oven Cleaner = Sprinkle oven with 1/2 cup cup baking soda (more if needed) and spray with water. Let sit for several hours or overnight before scraping up stains and spills. Rinse thoroughly with water.

Hardwood Floor Cleaner = In a pail or bucket, mix 1/4 cup distilled white vinegar in one gallon warm water. Mop wood or linoleum floors, then rinse with water, making sure not to leave large pools to dry.

All these recipes and more can be found in a book called Green Clean, by Linda Mason Hunter and Mikki Halpin.

Your Guide to Natural and Organic Living

Hey there, we wanted to pass on to you a website we discovered Naturally Savvy. Andrea Donsky and Randy Boyer show you how to integrate natural and organic products into everyday living. Choosing preservative-free products is a great way to start living naturally. Check it out and let them know we sent you from Green4Kids.

Thursday, July 31, 2008

5 Tips to Be Green

1) Create a nontoxic all-purpose cleaner from peppermint oil, distilled white vinegar and water.

2) Buy only organic versions of fruits known to have the highest pesticide levels: peaches, apples, nectarines, strawberries, cherries

3) Store food in glass. Leftovers that sit in plastic containers may sop up hidden chemicals.

4) Cut down on plastic toys. Try wood with natural oil finishes or plush toys made with untreated cotton instead.

5) Look for sheets made from linen, hemp or bamboo. For conventional bedding, wash before use to rinse away manufacturing residues.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey with the Switcheroo

We thought you might get a kick out of this picture. Just walking down the beach in Los Angeles and Jim Carrey decides he looks best in Jenny McCarthy's suit. How funny!!