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Thursday, September 8, 2011

How Will You Commemorate 9/11?

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By Jean Case

Ten years ago, our lives and our country were changed forever. Most of us remember vividly where we were when we first heard word of the planes hitting the twin towers and watched in disbelief as the day’s events unfolded. Tragedy also struck at the Pentagon and in a peaceful field in Pennsylvania. While that day and its aftermath was dark and difficult, we saw an incredibly bright light as our nation’s first responders displayed unparalleled heroism and people from across the land responded to the call to serve our country or the millions who gave their time and dollars in support of the victims and their families.

As a way of honoring the victims and those who rose in service, President Obama and the United States Congress have designated September 11th as a National Day of Service and Remembrance.  More than one million people are expected to serve this weekend in honor of 9/11. And while volunteering is a great way to observe this important day, there are a wealth of additional ways you can get involved, from creating a video tribute, to visiting a 9/11 memorial, or simply taking a moment in prayer or personal reflection.

(Source: www.casefoundation.org/blog/reflecting-and-serving-10th-anniversary-911)

September Events

Contact me for chance to win copy of Seed Bistro's dessert menu signed by Chef Eric Lechasseur!
9/8 Sunrider Pamper, Indulge & Delight event 6-8 pm at Headquarters, 1625 Abalone Ave, Torrance 90501. Contact Sandra Diaz for details or to RSVP (tell her Ingrid referred you).

9/10 Salutation Nation @ Brentwood Recreation Center 9 am https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=108513329250182


9/12 Town Hall meeting with Mayor Villaraigosa at the Felicia Mahood Center 6:30 pm


9/13 Green Biz Networking at Working Village, 212 Marine Street, Suite 100, Santa Monica, CA 90405 6-9:30pm



9/17 Thank You Mother India Day of Global Support - Join Yoga Gives Back to help women & kids in India. http://www.yogagivesback.org/tymi.php


9/18 Walk around Beverly Hills and window-shopping at the most expensive stores in the world. Park at one of the public parking lots and meet in front of Farm of Beverly Hills, 439 North Beverly Drive. No need to RSVP.

9/19 Social Media Week Opening Party at VLounge, 2020 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, 90403
http://www.vloungela.com 

9/20 Health Dimensions training in Irvine.


9/22 SMARTY + Step Up Women's event, UCLA Anderson School of Management - 110 Westwood Plaza, L.A. 90024 enter on Sunset & Westwood Plaza


9/23 – Yoga Month hosts Titans of Yoga screening @ LMU, Los Angeles
LA Yoga Month is hosting a special screening of the movie, Titans of Yoga, through Loyola Marymount University's Yoga and the Healing Sciences Teacher Training Program. The screening is scheduled on Friday, September 23rd from 7-9pm at the Ahmanson Auditorium at LMU. This special event is being held by donation and will feature surprise musical guests to kick it off and a Q&A panel with some of L.A.’s master Yoga teachers following the movie. Click www.lmu.edu for a map to the Ahmanson Auditorium & YogaDoctors.com for more details


9/25 Sierra Singles Santa Monica Pier, Promenade & Palisades Walk, meet at 9 am on pier (entrance is at Colorado Ave and Ocean Ave) by Police tower. It’s an easy 3 mile route with talk about the history of the area and look at points of interest including the end of Rte 66, art and architecture, ocean vistas and leafy green dinosaurs. Dress for sun and shade. Bring walking shoes, water and money for optional lunch at Santa Monica Place.

9/29 Health Expo 10:30 am-2 pm, 601 S. Figueroa St # 30, L.A. 90017 Conference rooms


More events will be posted later. If you are a health care professional, fitness instructor, personal trainer or yoga/ pilates teacher and want to network with a healthy group, contact me for details.

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