The “Bum” Who Saved My Home…

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Offered by Willy Strohmeier – Colorado Karate Club It was a cool Saturday morning in March 1989, life in Lima, the capital of Peru, was strained. The economy was in shambles, with food, water, and fuel shortages. Crime was rampant everywhere, especially home break-ins. In our neighborhood, there used to be a young man probably… Read more »

Bringing Balance To The New Year

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Offered by Susan Kline Welcome 2018! As we go into every new year, most of us think of how to make ourselves and our lives better by resolving to do things in a different way. The month of January progresses and the early – on introspection works its way into the schedule with all of… Read more »

Tics

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Offered by Joel Hartl M.D., Brighton Pediatrics Tics are surprisingly common, occurring in up to 24% of first and second graders. Tics are repetitive, rapid involuntary movements or vocalizations that are usually fairly easy to distinguish from other types of movement disorders. The most common tics are eye blinking, neck twisting, shoulder shrugging, grimacing, coughing,… Read more »

What a Year It’s Been!

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Offered by Jan Hepp-Struck, Hepp Realty I’m probably not the only one asking myself, “How the heck is it December already?” and “Where have the last twelve months gone?” I have been reflecting upon all that has happened over the past year… I can only say, “Wow, what a year it has been!” 2017 has… Read more »

But, They Told Me How to Do It on TV!

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Offered by Dolan & Associates, P.C. Estate planning can be a confusing subject. Its blend of tax mystery, probate formalities, dealing with disability and numerous different types of documents can be overwhelming for people considering addressing the subject. It is only human nature for us to look for an easy solution or a quick fix…. Read more »

The Gift of Memories

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Offered by Janine Lechleitner, CPNP, Premier Pediatrics Family, mistletoe, peppermint cookies, giving back… Just a few of my childhood Christmas memories. Sadly, Christmas has become more about “stuff” and less about the true meaning of Christmas and family. How can you make this Christmas one that your children will remember forever? Instead of showering your… Read more »

Save $ and Your Sweetie This Holiday!

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Offered by Cheri Simmons, Simmons Shooting Academy Ladies Only Holiday Package, While Supplies Last! Bundle & Save with our 2017 Basic Holiday Pack $200 includes: 1 Pistol 101 or Concealed Carry Class Gift Certificate 1 Packin’ Neat Handbag Insert with holster, any size 1 Pepper Gel with key ring, pink or black 1 pair of… Read more »

Which Hearing Aid is the Best?

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center A common question I am asked is: “Which hearing aid is best?” As with many things, that depends. Hearing aids come in many different forms/styles and technology levels. The best device for one patient might not be appropriate for another. Some patients could… Read more »