Making people and ideas findable
Added by Gabrielle Poshadlo on August 31, 2010 at 4:17pm — No Comments
A question has arisen lately asking people why they go to church and what made them choose the one they attend.
Well, grab yourself some chocolate, buckle your seatbelt and enjoy the ride…..
I’ve been going to church since I was two weeks old. My mother played the piano and sang in the choir, my father led the worship music and my grandfather was the pastor. In my family, once you are too old for the…
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As I reviewed the latest PEW data for how Americans use the Internet, I had renewed hope for the evolution of our species. …
Added by Amy Stark on August 31, 2010 at 9:13am — No Comments
“The Ultimate Communication Strategy: Connecting people to what matters”
Nora Zarvos tapped to do Strategy Session at…Continue
Added by Ron Sukenick on August 30, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Second week of Operation School Bell® and everything is going smoothly.
Assistance League of Indianapolis® is very pleased that only 7 days after opening their Operation School Bell…Continue
Added by Linda J Ranger on August 30, 2010 at 7:03pm — No Comments
Calcium has long been known for its abilities to help grow stronger bones as a kid, but also is very important with helping prevent or slow osteoperosis in women after menopause.
Calcium also plays a major role in muscle activity and has been shown to help alleviate muscle cramps and spasms.
Recently research has shown that daily intake of calcium either via diet or supplements can help men live a longer life. The study showed that over a decade men who had a significant…
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Yesterday we went to a fund-raising bike-a-thon in Ohio, between Columbus and Cincinnati. It was a great event. We got to meet people, they had a live band, ice cream truck, free Vitamin Water, except for the heat it was a perfect day. The heat did keep away a lot of folks especially since heat is not a friend to suffers of MS. AS a result we fell short of our goal to raise money so we are offering our t-shirts online to be able to hopefully reach more people and achieve our…Continue
Added by Laina Turner-Molaski on August 30, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments
I don't know about you but in the years of being a mother,almost 18 years now, I have always struggled with getting my kids to take ANY form of cough medicine. After years of trying I decided maybe they are on to something. I researched the ingredients and most of them were worthless anyway. So I went out on a limb and created my own solution using herbs and whole ingredients. It worked great and I NEVER have a problem with the kids taking it.
Added by Jennifer Lamb on August 30, 2010 at 10:45am — No Comments
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Only a short entry tonight.
WE SOLD OUT THE SHOW! ANDREA MERLYN'S BOOK OF SECRETS IS A HIT!! COME SEE THE LAST PERFORMANCE SUNDAY AT 3 PM AT THEATRE ON THE SQUARE, 627 Massachusetts Ave, Indy.
I was so tired, we just went out for drinks with Dane and Jo, our friends that come to every one of my Fringe shows.
So, if you're coming, buy your tickets online until noon at indyfringe.org. There will be tickets at the door. Arrive early, because it will assure you of a…
Added by Taylor Martin on August 29, 2010 at 1:27am — No Comments
The people who most need lower premiums bought plans without great coverage. Those are the folks whose premiums will go up the most first.
Health reform mandates that insurance companies add coverage. Many people thought that increased coverage wouldn't cost them anything. Politicians set up that belief in many ways. Maybe it would be paid for by the overpaid CEO, or preventive care saves enough money that it won't cost anything (fiction). Preventive care saves money on the one…Continue
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