R4G Launches Cruise for Good to Help Fund The Ed Asner Family Center

Join R4G to Make a Difference and Enjoy Cruise Saving Rewards with Your Favorite Travel Brands

Join R4G to Make a Difference and Enjoy Cruise Saving Rewards with Your Favorite Travel Brands

Join R4G to Help Fund The Ed Asner Family Center and Enjoy Cruise Rewards www.CruiseforGood.org

Join R4G to Help Fund The Ed Asner Family Center and Enjoy Cruise Rewards www.CruiseforGood.org

We're Making Fundraising Fun & Rewarding www.RecruitingforGood.com

We’re Making Fundraising Fun & Rewarding www.RecruitingforGood.com

Recruiting for Good is generating proceeds from staffing to help fund the nonprofit; and rewarding referrals to candidates and companies with travel savings.

For those who love to make a difference, and cruise for good join us to do both”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, R4G

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cruise for Good is a fun travel reward sponsored by staffing agency, Recruiting for Good (RG4) to inspire community participation and help fund The Ed Asner Family Center.

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, “Make referrals to help R4G fund an awesome nonprofit, and enjoy cruise rewards with the world's best brands Crystal…Disney…Seabourn…Viking…Virgin…and so much more."

How to Participate in Cruise for Good

Must live in Southern California

1) Book a cruise departing in 12 to 24 hours with a cruise company or travel agency.

2) Participate in Recruiting for Good by introducing a company hiring professional staff in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales positions.

3) Recruiting for Good will find the company a new employee. And earn a finder's fee that is shared; R4G donates $1,000 to The Ed Asner Family Center, and rewards $1,000 toward cruise booking.

Carlos Cymerman, adds "We are partnering up with the industries' best travel agencies that deliver expert advice and personal service, love to make a difference, and save clients money on cruise travel…"

About

Recruiting for Good is a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals awesome jobs they love, since 1998. Companies retain us to find them the best talent in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, and Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales. www.RecruitingforGood.com

Love to have fun making a difference and travel; simply make referrals to help R4G fund The Ed Asner Family Center and earn travel saving rewards with your favorite brands (Crystal, Disney, Seabourne, Viking, Virgin…and so much more). www.CruiseforGood.org

The Ed Asner Family Center’s mission is to promote self-confidence in differently abled individuals and bring balance and wellness to those individuals and their families. Delivering Camp Ed, enrichment programs, and mental health programs. To learn more visit www.edasnerfamilycenter.org

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Freedom of Commerce Legislation Re-Introduced

U.S. SEnator Mike Crapo

U.S. Senator Mike Crapo

Senators Crapo, Risch Partner with the American Knife & Tool Institute to Reduce the Burdensome Regulations on Sales of Automatic Knives

The Freedom of Commerce Act would remove one of the many federal regulatory burdens that have hindered manufacturing growth, interstate commerce and consumer practices for far too long. ”

— U.S. Senator Mike Crapo

CODY, WY, UNITED STATES, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) thanks U.S. Senators Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) and Jim Risch (R-Idaho) for re-introducing the Freedom of Commerce Act, S. 1588, which would allow consumers to purchase an automatic knife legal in their state, regardless of where it was manufactured in the U.S.

“Access to tools vital to their trade is critically important for law-abiding citizens and sportsmen in states allowing possession of automatic knives,” said Senator Crapo. “The Freedom of Commerce Act would remove one of the many federal regulatory burdens that have hindered manufacturing growth, interstate commerce and consumer practices for far too long. I thank AKTI for its partnership on this effort.”

“The unencumbered transfer of goods, services and ideas across state lines is what America’s economic success is built on,” said CJ Buck, American Knife and Tool Institute President and Buck Knives CEO. “If a state decides a product is legal to possess and use there should be no restrictions from the federal government on the interstate commerce of said product. The Freedom of Commerce Act restores the ability of law abiding citizens to buy products they want that are legal in their state.”

Enacted in 1958, the Federal Switchblade Act (FSA) leverages the federal government’s interstate commerce power to prohibit the purchase, sale and trade of automatic knives between any of the fifty U.S. states, Washington, D.C., and any U.S. territories.

S. 1588 would repeal certain provisions of the FSA and allow manufacturers to ship and sell their products to buyers in other states, as well as permit the importation of certain knife parts. The bill would not replace or change any existing state laws regarding any automatic knives which are defined based on their opening mechanism.

“Currently automatic knives are legal in 40 states and limiting law-abiding citizens from being able to purchase the essential and valuable tool of their choice is burdensome and unnecessarily restrictive,” said Jan Billeb, AKTI Executive Director. “We look forward to working with Senators Crapo and Risch and other co-sponsors of this commonsense bill through the legislative process.”

Text of the legislation can be read here – http://bit.ly/2HupSRw

State laws regarding automatic knives can be found here – http://bit.ly/2EqwChg

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Fraudprophets Release Debut Album ‘Poptosis’, Allay Growing Industry Fears Of Jazz Fusion Takeover

Fraudprophets - Poptosis Cover

Fraudprophets – Poptosis

The jazz-rock group is joined by Bob Reynolds of Snarky Puppy, guitarist Oz Noy, keyboardist Matt Rohde and Nashville fiddle ninja Jenee Fleanor

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fraudprophets (www.fraudprophets.com), a collaboration between multi-instrumentalist and composer Sean Halley and A-list drummer Nate Morton (seen weekly on NBC’s ‘The Voice’), are ecstatic to announce the release of their debut album ‘Poptosis’ on June 3, 2019. The new record seamlessly blends elements of jazz, pop, rock, country and 70’s fusion into tunes that feel uniquely natural together, a result of the long-standing bond between Morton and Halley and their decades-long careers on stage and in the studio…and the gin.

“It probably isn’t the best way to go about it, but we randomly started this whole thing one night by drinking cocktails to a click track”, said Morton. “Not having a plan ended up being a real blessing, as the snippets of music that came out of that evening were free-spirited and fun, and they were infused with personality and our love for each other as musical dorks.” Halley continues, “Nate and I love just about every kind of music, so nothing was off limits if it was a style we felt comfortable with. The same was true for the production – I like big-sounding records, so if we needed a ridiculous Beastie Boys-esque organ-and-drums breakdown for a
tune, I’d have to go figure it out.”

“The tones, the tunes and performances are stellar! It’s the best new instrumental music I’ve heard in ages!” session guitar legend Michael Thompson (Babyface, David Foster, Backstreet Boys, Toni Braxton, etc)

“ …the new CD is fantastic and really musical. All of the players are phenomenal – I love the entire disc, but my favorite tune is ‘Skronktastic’”. Drummer Greg Bissionette (David Lee Roth, Toto, Ringo Starr, Santana).

“This album is a total success from start to finish. The sound quality is nothing short of amazing! Check out ‘Poptosis’ and become a believer.” babysue.com May 2019

The band is currently putting together a musical unit to take ‘Poptosis’ to the next level live, and hope to play dates in the US, Japan and Europe in the coming year. The band keeps a presence on social media as time allows, so check out Instagram and Facebook for examples of their unique brand of musicality and good-natured humor.

The album will be available for pre-sale on May 27 and fully released on June 3. Links for the major online retailers will be available at http://www.fraudprophets.com/buy–poptosis-.html
when live.

For more information: www.fraudprophets.com

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Seattle Film Institute to offer 3-year Accelerated BA in Film degree

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Hands-on production skills combined with film-related general education classes provides a fully integrated education.

this is an opportunity to take the strengths of SFI to a new level and to provide an educational structure that puts SFI at the cutting-edge of developments in higher education”

— David Shulman; President, Seattle Film Institute

SEATTLE, WA, US, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Seattle Film Institute (SFI) announced that it will offer an accelerated BA in Film degree beginning September 16, 2019. The new program provides 180 quarter-credits required for a BA degree and students may finish in three years start-to-finish (with traditional timetables available as well). The accelerated degree incorporates a focused general education curriculum providing an engaging, field-specific and fully integrated educational experience for beginning filmmakers and digital artists. Students choose concentrations in one of the following areas—Filmmaking; Media Arts, Animation, & Game Design; Acting for Film; or Audio Production & Sound Design.

SFI is known for its exceptionally high institutional graduation rate of more than 90% which is the highest of any school in Washington based on Department of Education data for institutions with comparable programs. David Shulman, president of Seattle Film Institute, sees the accelerated BA degree “as an opportunity to take the strengths of SFI to a new level and to provide an educational structure that puts SFI at the cutting-edge of developments in higher education.” The Washington State Council of Presidents final work group report on accelerated degree programs noted that “accelerated degree pathways have captured the attention of policymakers in recent years as an innovative approach to improve college affordability, address workforce needs and increase degree completion” which are core areas of Seattle Film Institute’s mission.

At the undergraduate level, student engagement and program completion are dramatically increased when field-specific focused general education is added to the curriculum. According to the Association of American Colleges and Universities, “this new approach to general education can empower all students to develop their capacities through meaningful problem-based work as part of an intentional, coherent, engaging, and integrated educational experience.” SFI highlights the future of higher education as it provides one of the few BA film degrees in the country that blends an accelerated degree with a field-related general education curriculum within the same program.

The SFI BA in Film degree provides accessible and affordable education, career-driven hands-on learning, transfer-friendly degree requirements, and flexible schedules with on-ground, online, low residency and blended options. SFI's programs are guided by a mentor-based faculty who are working film professionals providing the conceptual, technical, and creative foundation necessary to launch careers in today’s fast-paced film environment.

For more information or to apply, contact Chris Blanchett, Communications Director at (206) 568-4387 or email chris@sfi.edu. The next program start date is September 16, 2019.

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DejaOffice CRM rated #1 Best Productivity App by Lifewire

DejaOffice CRM for Android with Outlook Sync using CompanionLink

DejaOffice CRM for Android with Outlook Sync using CompanionLink

DejaOffice CRM for iPhone with Outlook Sync using CompanionLink

DejaOffice CRM for iPhone with Outlook Sync using CompanionLink

CompanionLink and DejaOffice synchronizes Outlook Color Categories to Android and iPhone

CompanionLink and DejaOffice synchronizes Outlook Color Categories to Android and iPhone

Author Jody Emlyn Muelaner rates DejaOffice higher than Outlook App based on Powerful Widgets for Android phones.

DejaOffice is a free download from the App Store. DejaOffice connects to your PC or Mac using CompanionLink for Outlook. A free trial is available at CompanionLink.com.”

— Wayland Bruns, CEO, CompanionLink Software, Inc.

PORTLAND, OR, US, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Lifewire has rated DejaOffice the #1 Best Android Productivity App of 2019. In a feature article published in March, author Jody Emlyn Muelaner calls out the fact that DejaOffice offers access to Outlook Tasks and Notes from your Android phone. The authoor also mentions the power of the Today Widget, which puts an agenda view on your Android home page that has your appointments, tasks and contacts for today. One tap on the Today widget and you can map your next appointment or text them that you are running late.

“We are ecstatic that our App is appreciated by so many people,” says Wayland Bruns, CTO for CompanionLink. “DejaOffice was the first Outlook Android Sync App to provide Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes as Outlook does on the PC. We have worked hard to make sure it is efficient to manage your day, add new data and ensure that sync is smooth from Android to PC. DejaOffice also provides Outlook iPhone Sync and both the Android and iOS versions have tablet mode.”

The Lifewire article notes that DejaCloud Sync is a subscription-based product. Actually, DejaCloud is free for anyone with under 500 records. The reason for the subscription is that CompanionLink does not sell your data to make money. As a paid service the focus is on security, speed and convenience. In addition to DejaCloud Sync, DejaOffice supports USB, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth sync, and there is no charge for these systems.

DejaOffice is a free download from the App Store. It connects to your PC or Mac using CompanionLink for Outlook. This software is easy to use and very fast to sync. CompanionLink for Outlook is a $49.95 one-time purchase, or $14.95 for a 3-month recurring subscription. Your license entitles you to install the software on up to three computers; work, home and laptop. A free two-week trial is available at https://www.companionlink.com/android/outlook/. CompanionLink provides free telephone technical support and is located in Portland, Oregon.

About CompanionLink Software
CompanionLink® Software, Inc. is a pioneering developer of data sync solutions for mobile phones and CRM software. They develop DejaOffice® CRM for Android™, iPhone®, iPad®, and Windows®. CompanionLink creates white-label PC and Mobile solutions for multiple vendors, and offers a generous affiliate program for bloggers. Since 1987, CompanionLink has helped mobilize information across devices, computers, applications, and web-based services. For more information, please visit https://www.companionlink.com and https://www.dejaoffice.com.

CompanionLink, DejaOffice and DejaCloud are registered trademarks of CompanionLink Software, Inc. Other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners

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Rhino Shield Wisconsin owner Jay Mariano offers a closer look at the business

Jay Mariano, owner of Rhino Shield Wisconsin, provides a closer, behind the scenes look at operations at the revolutionary statewide wall coating company.

BROOKFIELD, WISCONSIN, USA, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A leader in America's premium wall coating sector, Rhino Shield has enjoyed impressive and consistent growth, year-on-year, since its inception close to two decades ago. Rhino Shield Wisconsin owner Jay Mariano offers a closer look at the technology behind the company, first established in 2000.

"Unfortunately, with many home improvement businesses, it's often a case of 'here today' and 'gone tomorrow,'" suggests Mariano. At Rhino Shield Wisconsin, however, he says, this simply isn't how things work. "At Rhino Shield, that's just not how we operate," Mariano explains, "as reflected perfectly in the company's impressive, two-decade history."

Rhino Shield was founded, according to the firm, with a straightforward goal. "This goal," reveals Mariano, "was to provide the most long-lasting and durable wall coating product available on the market, capable of ending the traditional, dreaded cycle of painting and repainting, again and again."

The team behind Rhino Shield subsequently invested more than a year into painstaking research, soon ascertaining that ceramic technology offered the key. "Ceramic technology provided the key not just to durability, but to solar ray reflectivity and additional breathability, too," suggests Mariano.

It was quickly discovered that breathability, in particular, was an essential characteristic required in order for Rhino Shield to be as effective, durable, and reliable as possible; something which the company guarantees to this day. "Twelve months after research and development started, and after working closely with top chemists and manufacturing partners, the Rhino Shield system was born," Mariano reveals.

Thoroughly field tested, the product has proven again and again its efficacy in regards to both durability and insulation in the years which have followed, including in tests carried out by leading independent laboratories.

High standards are further maintained thanks to Rhino Shield's network of only certified applicators. "Our entire team here at Rhino Shield Wisconsin all have significant professional experience in either the painting or coating businesses," adds Mariano. "What's more, to really guide our business here in Wisconsin," he continues, "we subscribe to a straightforward but extremely important set of values."

These values, says Mariano, include superior ongoing innovation, industry-leading levels of quality control, absolute integrity and honesty, and a commitment to best-in-class customer service.

"We're confident, then," he continues, "thanks to an unrelenting focus on product development, and continuous attention to detail, that clients will find Rhino Shield Wisconsin to represent the number one, stand-out company and system for protecting their property or properties from the elements."

"Choose Rhino Shield Wisconsin," Mariano adds, wrapping up, "and never paint again!"

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Expert DOJO has made Initial Investment in V One

Expert DOJO

CEO Of V One

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One more successful startup joins Expert Dojo Family.

"Show me the farm with customizable apps for only $197/month and no commitment ripe for the plucking. Show me that farm".”

— Jeremy Redman, CEO of V One.

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, USA, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Expert DOJO, startup accelerator in Santa Monica, announces that it has provided initial investment to V One, a square space of mobile apps with a human engine.
V One enables aspiring tech entrepreneurs to get their app idea out of their head and into the cloud for only $197/month. At that price, virtually anyone can now make an app.
"People asks what makes us unique; what’s our secret sauce? I say no one can figure out how we make a customizable app for under $200 a month. Also, as long as it stays that way and we keep delivering results to our customers we will always have our version of the Coke formula," said Jeremy Redman, CEO of V One.

In only two months they are launching three dozen ideas with dozens more coming with a staff of two and remaining profitable. Saving aspiring tech entrepreneurs thousands of dollars and closing the technology inequality gap at the same time. The single mother who never thought she could afford it, the inner city girls group, the 60-year old and her church app, the brick n mortar shop owner, and the immigrant who wanted to make a dating app.

"Expert DOJO are so pleased to make this $50,000 investment into what we see as a massive innovation in app development. It has cost too much for far too long for companies to build a mobile presence online, and V One will change this for good. Welcome to the dawn of a new era of app development. Its the V One era," said Brian Mac Mahon, CEO of Expert DOJO.

No more will people have to waste their time, sitting around stewing about always wondering what if. Done are the days of inorganic "cofounder dating meetups." Whoever thought that was a good idea? Non-technical founders can now build their app idea and platform for an untouchable price of $197/month. The best part is they can cancel if they want, anytime.

About Expert DOJO:
Expert DOJO improves the success rate of early-stage entrepreneurs with investment, foundation, showcasing, influence, and community. Since 2014, they have worked with over 400 startups to accelerate their growth and success. For more information, visit their website.

For more information about V One visit their website: https://yourvone.com

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Samuel Lehrer Has Committed Over Two Decades of Assistance to The Little Yellow School House Mission

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MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Samuel Lehrer is a real estate developer and graduate of the University of Florida, with degrees in Hotel & Restaurant Management, Marketing, and additional emphasis on Health Care management.. He and his family are longtime supporters of The Little Yellow School House on Isla Mujeres, which provides challenged children with skills to achieve their greatest potential.

Since graduating from the University of Florida in 1994, Samuel Lehrer has worked in medical sales, management, and business development, making a major name for himself in the medical supply and pharmaceutical industries. Retailing medical equipment, he’s worked with devices for cardiothoracic surgery, ophthalmic and refractive equipment, and cosmetic and surgical lasers. Today, Samuel Lehrer is CEO of The Laser Outlet, which is an industry-leading retailer of used aesthetic equipment and cosmetic lasers. Mr. Lehrer is a consultant for several name brand ophthalmic laser companies, as well as developing a hotel, and residential real estate projects in Mexico, and South America. Mr. Lehre also owns and operates two Aesthetic Medical practices in Cancun, Mexico.

For more than two decades, Samuel Lehrer has used his success in these industries, along with the help of his family, to support The Little Yellow School House on Isla Mujeres, a philanthropic organization based on the Mexican island off the coast of Cancun.

The area is commonly recognized as a world-famous vacation destination with beaches, resorts, snorkeling and scuba excursions around the local coral reefs. However, the area also hosts The Little Yellow School House which helps disadvantaged, disabled, and special needs children grow and achieve their greatest potential.

“My family and my mother specifically, have long worked alongside the dedicated team at The Little Yellow School House,” says Samuel Lehrer. “Together, we recognize that all kids no matter their condition deserve a happy childhood, and we work to deliver resources to improve their personal growth.” Life changing donations from all over the world, and hard work by staff and donated physician time, have contributed to so much success.

At The Little Yellow School House, children are provided a safe place to learn in an environment of acceptance and love. In addition to educational resources, the organization provides the children’s families therapy to better cope with special needs. Since 2004, The Little Yellow School House has been entirely funded by donations and is able to provide free admission thanks to supporters such as Samuel Lehrer and his family. Specifically his mother is a driving force behind the daily operations, and fund-raising. Her tireless efforts are amazing. “She pushes us all to be better people”.

The nonprofit organization doesn’t pursue any religious or political agendas and is the only learning center dedicated to special needs on the entire island of Isla Mujeres. The therapy each child receives is individualized and covers psychological, speech, physical and gross motor skills. The comprehensive offerings and customized therapies are all based on meetings and evaluations that representatives make with each child’s therapists, teachers, and family members. In addition to educational assistance, The Little Yellow School House provides individual and group therapy for each child and their family as well as psychological help as needed.

With donations and support from people like Samuel Lehrer and his family, the organization has grown from a single-room school to a facility with four classrooms, two consulting rooms, and a kitchen. Additionally, The Little Yellow School House offers an outdoor playing area that was designed by a visiting Psychologist for the development of children’s gross motor skills. In all, the organization provides the island’s greatest hope of giving special needs children a happy, constructive education as well as peace of mind to their families.

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Dr. Scott P. Zack Reveals Surprising Conditions Treatable with Chiropractics

Oakland County chiropractor Dr. Scott P. Zack reveals three common conditions little-known to be treatable with chiropractic care.

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICHIGAN, USA, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — From inner-ear issues to carpal tunnel syndrome, chiropractic care is today widely used to treat a number of conditions not directly tied to neck and back pain, traditionally the most common reasons for seeking the help of a chiropractor. That's according to Detroit metropolitan area of Michigan chiropractor Dr. Scott P. Zack as he explores three common health complaints which can be addressed using chiropractic medicine.

"It's a little-known fact that chiropractic care, in addition to dealing with neck and back pain, may also be used to effectively treat conditions bound to the wider musculoskeletal and nervous systems," reveals Dr. Scott P. Zack, "both of which are closely tied to countless other conditions, as well as more general health and wellness."

With chiropractic care, he says, it's possible to treat many of the most important bones and joints in the body, including those in the legs, arms, ears, and jaw. "The jaw and ears, in particular, are notorious for being the root of a huge number of highly painful or debilitating conditions," Dr. Zack goes on to explain, "many of which may be addressed with the help of an experienced chiropractor."

Of three specific conditions highlighted by the expert, Dr. Zack first turns to carpal tunnel syndrome. "Most often caused by a compressed nerve in the wrist, carpal tunnel syndrome causes tingling and numbness of the hands and fingers," he explains, "which is highly troublesome for many patients."

Traditional treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome include steroids and anti-inflammatory drugs, and, in some cases, surgery.

Yet, says Dr. Zack, chiropractic care can, instead, be utilized to treat the condition by performing chiropractic adjustments of the wrist or wrists. "By ever-so-slightly manipulating the lunate, one of the bones in the wrist, symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome can be addressed by a chiropractor without the need for expensive drugs or surgery," he adds.

Next, Dr. Zack points toward what's known as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. "Responsible for dizziness and vertigo-like symptoms, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is often the result of debris in the ear canals," the expert explains, "something which chiropractic repositioning maneuvers can be used to address, shifting the debris and relieving the often highly debilitating symptoms of the condition."

Lastly, Dr. Scott P. Zack touches on other, more general inner-ear issues. "Chiropractic techniques may be used to successfully treat the painful symptoms of ear infections, for example, as well as other illnesses and conditions tied to this part of the body," he reveals.

By promoting the drainage of any trapped fluid, itself a common cause of ear infections, chiropractic medicine can be used both to treat and to relieve the symptoms of numerous conditions of the ears.

"Manipulation of the tiny bones within the ear is also an option," Dr. Scott P. Zack adds, wrapping up, "with misalignment of these bones capable of causing or contributing toward a wide range of ear-related issues, and thus representing something else which can, perhaps surprisingly, be treated by an experienced chiropractor."

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Clearwater Community Volunteers Center Acknowledges Volunteers with Alice in Wonderland Tea Party

The Clearwater Community Volunteers Center held an Alice in Wonderland-themed tea party to thank volunteers for helping with the annual Ginormous Easter Egg Hunt in Coachman Park. Pictured here are volunteers who won prizes at the party.

Tea Party with Alice in Wonderland design is held for volunteers of Clearwater Community Volunteers’ Ginormous Easter Egg Hunt.

We put on this tea party to show our volunteers our appreciation for their support in CCV’s purpose of helping families and children in our community. ”

— Clemence Chevrot, Director of the CCV Center

CLEARWATER, FL, US, May 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On Saturday, May 18th, the Clearwater Community Volunteers (CCV) Center acknowledged volunteers and donors from this year’s Ginormous Easter Egg Hunt in Coachman Park with an Alice in Wonderland-Themed tea party in the center’s café-style gathering space. Sixteen volunteers and donors attended the event complete with hidden gifts and raffle prizes.

Michael Goltz, a CCV volunteer said, “I’m very happy to help CCV with their events. This Tea Party is just the icing on the cake for me.”

Volunteers and donors who had never met one another made new connections while others were happy to see that their friends and neighbors also helped at CCV’s most recent Easter Egg Hunt.

Guests received a raffle ticket and got their seats. Tables were set up with quotes from Alice in Wonderland along with red roses and “EAT ME” and “DRINK ME” signs from the book posted near the food and drinks. The Alice in Wonderland -theme was chosen as it fit the author Lewis Carroll’s idea of helping others: “One of the secrets of life is that all that is really worth the doing is what we do for others.”

Ms. Gertie Perry, CCV Volunteer, acted as the event MC. She thanked the volunteers for their help, whether in the form of donations or manning the volunteer stations at the Easter Egg Hunt. Ms. Perry then made a surprise announcement and told the guests to search “high and low” for four hidden gifts and whoever found them could keep it.

After all the hidden gifts were found Ms. Perry began the raffle. She reached into a bowl of tickets and called out the name of the person whose ticket she retrieved. Among the prizes won were handmade jewelry, beauty products, gift cards and a painting.

“The backbone of CCV is our Volunteers”, said Clemence Chevrot, Director of the CCV Center. “We put on this tea party to show our volunteers our appreciation for their support in CCV’s purpose of helping families and children in our community. Humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard summed it up with when he said, ‘Your help is acceptable to us. Our help is yours.’”

To find out more information about the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center please call Michael Soltero at (727) 316-5309 or email ccvcenter@ccvfl.org.

About the Clearwater Community Volunteers:

The Clearwater Community Volunteers have over 25 years of community service under their belt with over 150,000 families and children helped since their founding in 1992. Sponsored by the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, they stay true to their reputation of helping others with their new center located on the corner of Fort Harrison Avenue and Drew Street in downtown Clearwater.

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