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Honoring our Family of Veterans

November 11, 2016

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My great Grandfather Jacob M Beecher was a 1st Lieutenant in the United States Colored Infantry  – fighting for the Union Army during the Civil War in America. Purple Heart awarded to my Uncle – Frank E. Beecher – World War One Veteran Below a Photo of my Grandfather – Harry Beecher – Navy World […]

Big “No-No” Donald Trump solicits Veterans at VFW Convention

July 27, 2016

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At Yesterday’s VFW event in Charlotte – Even though the National VFW warned the crowd that there was to be no signs no “Campaigning” during Donald Trump the Republican Nominee for the President of the United States speech – we found members in the crowd waving this sign for Donations right before Trump spoke – […]

Justice & Human Rights

July 11, 2016

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BLM Protestors were kept safe Saturday night in uptown Charlotte with the aide of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) at a peaceful Black Lives Matter Rally.     The police commander on duty acknowledged how important it is to honor and protect the group of individuals and their Freedom of Speech.   At one […]

Physical Therapy & Breast Cancer Recovery – Exercises

May 26, 2016

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Your Doctor may suggest Physical Therapy (PT) to help after Breast Cancer Surgery, radiation an recovery. Many people after having Surgery and radiation may experience difficulty in their range of motion, movement and a stiffness of the arm, shoulder and chest area. Even what is called a Freezing of the Shoulder. Always check with your […]

“The Commodity of our Mind”

May 20, 2016

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Originally posted on tinaquizon:
The Commodity of our Mind, Human Potential, our thoughts, idea’s and our time is not passed out at any bank or lender, we don’t have to stand in line for it, we already have it. Future world leader, at Rizal Park in Manila, Philippines with Tina Quizon. Human Potential, our thoughts,…

Hawaii Plantation Village celebrates the Malunggay Festival

March 31, 2016

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Remembering back to the thousands of Filipino immigrants and families who came to work on the Sugar Plantation in Old Waipahu. A strong hard working group of people, who left there mark in the land and the stone of the Hawaii Sugar Mill, Plantations. A welcome sign on a rock wall, that has stood for […]

Uniting the Community – The Carolina Panthers

January 13, 2016

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The Carolina Panthers continue to roar not only on the field, but the Players strength off the field to engage and unite the community is a remarkable trait, benefiting many. Kwann Short brightens a child’s day with a visit to Levine Hospital “Carolina Panthers Floor”.