Flower of Life Healing Meditation

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Offered by: Wellyssa’s Well This is a guided meditation, taking you to the Osireion temple of Osiris (The Egyptian God Asar), in Abydos Egypt. There we will meet with Asar and Auset (Osiris and Isis) who will assist us in an energetic healing ritual during the meditation. This ritual uses the ancient power of the… Read more »

Richard W. Martin, MD is Retiring

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Offered by: Brighton Pediatrics, P.C. Brighton Pediatrics would like to congratulate Dr. Martin on his retirement this spring. Dr. Richard Martin has been with Brighton Pediatrics and an active member of the medical staff of Platte Valley Medical Center for over 24 years. Dr. Martin grew up in Oak Park, Illinois and was valedictorian of… Read more »

Lazy versus Demoralized

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Offered by: Janine Lechleitner, CPNP Do you ever feel like your child is lazy, unmotivated? You are not alone. In reality, most children aren’t lazy, they’re demoralized. Those labeled as lazy are more likely discouraged, anxious, or angry which may present in the form of defiance, rebellion, and lack of motivation. Despite extraordinary effort, they’re… Read more »

Keeping up with Dental Care

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Offered by: Integrity Insurance of Brighton There are many connections between oral health and our overall health. Mouth sores? Persistent mouth sores might be an indication of a more serious condition or even oral cancer. An occasional sore may be due to biting your cheek, but if the sores last longer than a couple weeks… Read more »

Blood donation is lifesaving

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Offered by: Melissa Rippy – Rippy Insurance Agency /Allstate Did you know that one pint of blood can save up to three lives? There is a blood shortage in our country that is the worst it’s been in more than 10 years. When my dad was diagnosed with Acute Myleoid Leukemia in September of 2017,… Read more »

Trinity Orthodontics Develops a system for Orthodontics – FAST!

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Offered by: Trinity Orthodontics Before the Covid pandemic arrived in 2020, local orthodontist Dr. Bryan Nelson realized the need to simplify the orthodontic treatment process. He wanted make the process more efficient so families and individuals would spend less time (and money) going to and from the orthodontics office. He developed the proprietary F.A.S.T. system… Read more »

Watch for changes when filing taxes

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Offered by: Tim Roberts – Edward Jones As you prepare your tax returns before the April 18 filing deadline, you’ll want to be up to date on changes that could affect you. Here are some issues to discuss with your tax professional: COVID-19-related distributions and recontributions – If you took a coronavirus-related distribution (withdrawal) from… Read more »

Learning From the Tragedy of Others: A Wake-Up Call

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Offered by: Jan Hepp-Struck, Hepp Realty As a homeowner, you have homeowner’s insurance, and so you assume that you’re covered in the event something like the Marshall Fire happens and destroys everything. But are you? The stark reality that many homeowners are facing in the wake of that devastating fire is that they are under-insured,… Read more »

Retiring After 65

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Offered by: Jennifer Bell – Bell Benefits, LLC So many people are working until their full retirement age to maximize their monthly Social Security income check. When this happens, generally enrolling in Medicare is delayed because of coverage from an Employee Group Health Plan (EGHP). If you have an EGHP that provides credible coverage for… Read more »

Is Your Child Struggling in School?

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Offered by: Heidi Anderson, Zing Specialist at Brighton Clinic of Chiropractic Having a child that struggles with reading, comprehension, or sitting still at school is hard stuff. Each day can bring new challenges with either the lesson material or because learning while sitting is just not your child’s thing. As a mom of a child… Read more »