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Archive for August, 2011

Female Role Models

| August 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
Female Role Models

This past month, I have had a chance to consider the females in my past and present life who have been an inspiration and role models. My Mom, of course, made a huge impact on my life as a woman who had her own daycare business. And, of course, she was a great Mom. There […]

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Masters Hall of Fame to Induct Master Jamie Cashion at Annual Awards Banquet 2011

| August 22, 2011 | 0 Comments
Masters Hall of Fame to Induct Master Jamie Cashion at Annual Awards Banquet 2011

For Immediate Release Anaheim, CA – Master Jamie Cashion III, the senior ranking black belt under Grand Master J. Pat Burleson with Christian Soldiers Karate in Azle, Texas, will be inducted into the Masters Hall of Fame during the Twelfth Annual Awards Ceremony on Saturday, August 28, 2011, at the Anaheim Hilton in Anaheim, California. […]

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| August 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

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Music that makes a difference!

| August 17, 2011 | 43 Comments
Music that makes a difference!

It’s a New Day By the end of this story someone’s life is going to change. Someone who needs hope will receive it. Someone’s dream is going to come true. I hope it’s yours! Are you happy? Are you living your dream? If not, this story will absolutely help you. If you are living your […]

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The Accidental Entrepreneur

| August 15, 2011 | 0 Comments
The Accidental Entrepreneur

Recently an acquaintance confided in me that he had lost his job and was having difficulty catching on in a new position. It got me to thinking about when I took the big leap from employee to entrepreneur. Now, I made my move voluntarily, but what I learned from that move can help others who […]

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Small Plates, Big Flavors

| August 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
Small Plates, Big Flavors

I’ve just returned from a cruise in Alaska, where I’ve enjoyed seeing white glaciers, blue waters, green forests and occasional wildlife. During my journey, I’ve met people from all over our country. The first question usually is, “Where are you from?” When I replied that I lived in San Diego, I was usually told I […]

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Blame it on Harry Potter

| August 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
Blame it on Harry Potter

My summer reading often combines oddly matched topics that yield some intriguing cross-over of concepts. Working my way through a scientific tome, Bruce Lipton’s “The Biology of Belief,” I find that evidence-based research now shows that the “energy” medicines have been validated. According to Lipton, DNA is activated or suppressed by the input sensed through […]

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Girl Scout Troops Donates $1,200 to Help Wildlife

| August 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
Girl Scout Troops Donates $1,200 to Help Wildlife

Girl Scout Troop No. 1427 spent more than 50 hours working on their Silver Award project to benefit animals. Out of all the organizations they researched, the Corona-based group chose San Diego’s Project Wildlife to receive the $1,200 generated by their project. The troop traveled several hours on Saturday, July 16 to present the funds […]

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“Down Under” Natives

| August 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
“Down Under” Natives

Mo Price spoke to the Mission Hills Garden Club in June about Australian native plants that thrive in our Mediterranean climate. Mediterranean climates are found in a very small portion of our planet. They appear on the west coast of the continents in areas with little rain. The areas that are considered to be Mediterranean […]

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Opening Day at Del Mar

| August 2, 2011 | 1 Comment
Opening Day at Del Mar

Excitement was in the air as Race Season has come back to Del Mar “where the Turf meets the Surf.” Opening day is so much more than just “watching the ponies run.” The season of racing at Del Mar has become a full-blown entertainment extravaganza. First let’s get to the nuts and bolts…. congratulations on […]

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