AT-A-GLANCE Monthly Planner 2016, Wounded Warrior Project, 9 x 11 Inches (70-260W-45)

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Product Features

  • Wounded Warrior Project Monthly Planners help you balance work and home life and cover 12 months, from January through December. Julian dates.
  • Features a new story of wounded warriors and their families each month in right margin that is sure to inspire
  • One month per two page spreads include unruled daily blocks Sunday through Saturday and ruled notes section in the right margin to keep scheduling clear and organized
  • Past and future months reference calendar in top left corner for quick and easy date checking. Months are tabbed so you can quickly find any date. Federal holidays are highlighted in red.
  • Wirebound and printed on quality paper that contains 30% post-consumer material. Large page size of 9 in. x 11 in. and overall page size of 9.38 in. x 11.38 in. x .25 in. offers plenty of planning space to capture all your scheduling details.
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Product Description

Help honor and empower Wounded Warriors with the Wounded Warrior Project Monthly Planner. This planner covers 12 months, from January through December. Each month features an inspiring story of Wounded Warriors and their families. One month per two page spreads include unruled daily blocks, ruled notes section on the right hand page and Sunday through Saturday scheduling. Past and future months reference calendar in top left corner for quick and easy date checking. Federal holidays are highlighted in red. Wounded Warrior Project Monthly Planners are printed on quality paper that contains 30% post-consumer material. Large page size of 9 in. x 11 in.and overall page size of 9.38 in. x 11.38 in. x .25 in. offers plenty of planning space to capture all your scheduling details. Available in gray. Since 2013, ACCO Brands, the manufacturer of AT-A-GLANCE and Mead planning products, has donated over $225,000 to Wounded Warrior Project.