U.S. Army Colonel Fernando Guadalupe Regularly Gives Back to Society Through Volunteering

FORT JACKSON, SOUTH CAROLINA, USA, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Colonel Fernando Guadalupe emphasizes the positive impact volunteering with local organizations has on communities. Apart from his regular Army service, he volunteers with groups like the Order of St. Michael and the Knights of Columbus to empower his local community and beyond.

Fernando Guadalupe sets an example to other community volunteers, serving his country as Army Colonel as well as volunteering regularly through outreach programs. With decades of Army service to his name, he’s no novice to protecting his country and spreading positive values in society. However, involvement in charitable organizations allows him to uplift the individual areas of society that may be suffering from threats present in our own country.

There are countless ways to give back today, with hundreds of programs and various missions that seek to improve their community. Fernando Guadalupe hopes that his own involvement will help inspires others to give back, no matter how great or small their efforts.

“Local municipal representatives and online forums can point people to volunteer opportunities in their community,” says Fernando Guadalupe. “There are opportunities in almost every neighborhood; you just have to do the research to find where you can help.”

Fernando Guadalupe has supported groups in his community for years, contributing to the Order of St. Michael and the Knights of Columbus, among others.

With the Order of St. Michael, he lends a helping hand to those struggling in society, in finances or health, and in faith. The order provides a community for people who are looking to enrich their traditional faith experiences and who may need guidance through difficult times. Volunteers like Fernando Guadalupe act as mentors and friends, uplifting members in their society who may not get the attention otherwise.

Fernando has been an active member in the Knights of Columbus for years, helping spread their founding principles of charity, unity, and fraternity in local communities. The Knights were formed over a hundred years ago to render financial aid to community members and their families. They provided assistance to the sick and disabled, gave support to the needy, and shared intellectual fellowship. Today, they carry on these efforts and provide public relief work, education, and social welfare through charity and volunteering.

“Not all organizations are Christian-based, but they all help in their own ways to support growth in our communities,” says Fernando Guadalupe. “You can certainly find outreach programs in your churches, but you can also ask around at schools and municipal groups.”

Apart from regular involvement in these two organizations, Fernando Guadalupe contributes to World Vision Charity and the Missionaries of Charity. He’s a highly-decorated Army officer who’s served multiple tours to Iraq and Afghanistan and shares his insights through education and leadership. You’d be hard pressed to find a more dedicated citizen and countryman.

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Recruiting for Good Launches Fun Service Helping Moms Fund Ridesharing

Enjoy Gift Cards to Hop Skip Drive, Lyft, Kango, Uber, and Zum Too

Enjoy Gift Cards to Hop Skip Drive, Lyft, Kango, Uber, and Zum Too

Moms Attend Camp to Qualify and Sign Up for Personal Ridesharing Funding Savings Service

Moms Attend Camp to Qualify and Sign Up for Personal Ridesharing Funding Savings Service

Join Fun Summer Camp Fair at Capital One Cafe Santa Monica Jan. 12, 2019 10am to 1pm

Join Fun Summer Camp Fair at Capital One Cafe Santa Monica Jan. 12, 2019 10am to 1pm

Recruiting for Good launched the funnest cause and service helping moms fund summer camp; moms can now make referrals to earn ridesharing saving rewards.

We love helping moms who make a difference; save money on ridesharing.”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good based in Santa Monica, California is rewarding referrals made by moms that enable the staffing agency to connect candidates to companies; with ridesharing gift cards.

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, “We love to reward moms who make a difference savings. Join us to save time and money driving the kids to camp, school, or sports activities; enjoy gift cards to your favorite ridesharing company (Hop Skip Drive, Lyft, Kango, Uber, and Zum too).”

How Moms Sign Up for Ridesharing Savings Service

Recruiting for Good will invite L.A. moms who make a difference in the community (church, nonprofit, or school); to participate in our collaborative funding service.

Carlos Cymerman adds, "Are you a mom in L.A. that makes a difference and wants to save money on ridesharing? Come to our Summer Camp Fair at Capital One Cafe, on January 12th, 2019 from 10am to 1pm to sign up in person and qualify for our personal service and enjoy saving rewards."

Summer Camps in Attendance

Special thanks to the following; Camp Awesome, Good Dirt LA, Learn to Surf, Moo Moo Musica, SHIELD Women's Self Defense, Star Education, Steve & Kate's Camp, and Summer 4 Fun (waiting for 2 more camps to commit).

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Recruiting for Good is a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals awesome jobs, since 1998. Companies retain us to find the best talent in Accounting, Finance, Engineering, Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales professionals. Our cause is to help fund summer camp. Women join to help fund camp scholarships; and earn exclusive love life rewards www.RecruitingforGood.com

Capital One Cafés are inviting places where you can bank, plan your financial journey, engage with your community, and enjoy Peet's Coffee®. "You don't have to be a customer." www.capitalone.com

Attend Fun Summer Camp Fair at Santa Monica Capital One Cafe on January 12th, 2019 from 10 am to 1 pm to get to know local camps. Moms who make a difference can sign up for future summer camp scholarship savings. We created the fair to deliver inspired information in a personal and meaningful way (by selecting a diverse group of 10 camps). To learn more visit www.RecruitingforGood.com

Fund Summer Camp and Ridesharing Savings is funded by Recruiting for Good, our fun purpose is to help moms who make a difference prepare their kids for tomorrow's jobs by investing in enriching life experiences that inspire creativity, help kids find their passion and grow from within. Our purposeful funding service is confidential and personal. We meet moms to explain how recruiting referrals work; and how funding happens. To learn more visit www.FundSummerCamp.com

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NYSVA Expresses Concern That Suffolk County's Ban on Flavored Vapor Products Will Harm Residents

New York State Vapor Association

Former smokers may begin smoking again if flavored e-cigarette ban passes in Suffolk County, NY.

When the shops close, vapers trying to stay off cigarettes and smokers looking to quit will be left with no alternative.”

— Michael Frennier

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NY, UNITED STATES, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Suffolk County Legislature is moving at breakneck speed to pass a local law prohibiting the sale of flavored vapor products. The proposal, which would only permit the sale of vapor products in tobacco, menthol, and mint flavors, will be debated in the health committee December 13, with a full vote possible as early as December 18.

New York State Vapor Association, representing 700 small, independent vape businesses statewide, submitted testimony urging the Committee to reject the ban. “Elected officials should not ignore the voices of over 10,000 Suffolk County adults who use flavored vapor products to remain smokefree,” stated Cheryl Richter, Executive Director of NYSVA.

“Flavors are vital to helping adult smokers disconnect from the taste of tobacco. Instead of bans that we know will harm adults, county legislators should focus on better enforcement of existing sales restrictions, including more policing of fake IDs, and education of parents and teenagers.”

Suffolk County’s proposal goes far beyond directives recently announced by the US Food and Drug Administration. Last month, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb declared that flavored vapor products would only be permitted to be sold in adult-only brick and mortar locations, and online with strict age verification. Commissioner Gottlieb acknowledged that vape shops do a much better job of preventing sales to minors. He described his policy shift as “a very careful public health balance,” which will decrease availability of vapor products to youth while also still allowing adults to access safer products.

The proposed Suffolk County law would prohibit sales of these products in all retail stores countywide, including the age-restricted vapor retailers that FDA has praised for combating youth access.

NYSVA President Michael Frennier stated, "The 50-plus vape shops in Suffolk are on the front lines helping smokers switch to better lives. Flavors are used by more than two-thirds of vapers and represent between 75-85% of all sales in vape shops.”

“When the shops close, vapers trying to stay off cigarettes and smokers looking to quit will be left with no alternative,” says Frennier, who doubts retail shops will be able to survive if this ban passes.

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New York Tennis Expo Returns to Bring Fun for the Entire Family

WANTAGH, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Have you ever wanted to play on the same courts as professional tennis players? Do you want to experience playing on the beach in the middle of winter? What about meeting and getting an autograph from a professional player? The 2019 New York Tennis Expo will have all of this and much more, and is completely FREE to attend.

Bring the whole family down to NYCB LIVE, Home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, February 9 as the New York Tennis Expo arrives to kick off the 2019 New York Open, Long Island’s own ATP World Tour tournament.

The 2019 New York Open will play host to some of the best tennis players in the world, including sixth-ranked Kevin Anderson, ninth-ranked John Isner, former Wimbledon semifinalist Sam Querrey, and the all-time greatest doubles team of Bob & Mike Bryan.

There will be professional tennis players from the tournament on-site during the Expo to sign autographs, take part in meet-and-greets and lend a hand at the New York Open Draw Ceremony.

"We are excited over presenting the New York Tennis Expo and New York Open 2.0 so to speak," said GF Sports Executive Vice President and New York Open Tournament Director Josh Ripple. "When we reflect on the 2018 New York Open, it was clear that the New York Tennis Expo successfully seeded the week which afforded kids, adults and sports and recreational companies locally and regionally a chance to be exposed to the new NYCB LIVE, our signature black courts and plain old fun and value that United Sports Publications brought to the party.”

Click Here for your free Attendee Ticket and Complimentary Parking.

The New York Tennis Expo will have something for the whole family. The Activity Zone is highlighted by the main Grandstand Court, used by professional tennis players, where local college tennis teams, along with special guests, both players and coaches, will be on-court all-day long conducting clinics for attendees. There will also be a 10U mini-court where young players can play on an official Net Generation court, led by certified instructors.

The Kids Zone will feature a bounce house, face-painting, balloon animals, and other games and activities. And while the weather outside will be cold, get a taste of summer in the winter at the Expo with our Beach Tennis Court, where you can throw off your shoes and step onto the sand for a game of Beach Tennis, and have a chance to compare your serve with the pros at the Speed Serve Booth.

The 2019 New York Tennis Expo will also feature some of the industry’s top coaches, as well as members of the New York Open draw, on our two Speaker Session Panels.

There will be so much to see and do at the 2019 New York Tennis Expo … so don't miss out! We will have more announcements, updates and news as the event draws closer so stay tuned!

Click here for more information on the 2019 New York Tennis Expo. The event is completely FREE to attend, and if you pre-register, you receive FREE parking on the day of the event.

To find out how you market your company, brand and services to our audience at the 2019 New York Tennis Expo, contact info@usptennis.com or call (516) 409-4444.

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Readers Find a New, Wholesome Solution to Depression in Dr. Gregory Jantz’s Book Five Keys to Dealing with Depression

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, USA, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Depression affects millions of people worldwide, and the number of new diagnoses rises each year. Instead of offering vague self-help advice, Dr. Gregory Jantz provides a more holistic and comprehensive approach to lessening the effects and symptoms of depression.

Dr. Gregory Jantz is a leading author of self-help books after researching and helping people overcome their diverse troubles for decades. He’s a pioneer in holistic care, combining elements of physical, spiritual, and emotional improvements in his teachings. Though he specializes in many concentrated subjects, Dr. Gregory Jantz feels a special calling to help alleviate depression in a growing number of sufferers.

The common solution seems to be prescription anti-depressants or SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors). They’re more commonly known by generic titles like Prozac, Paxil, and Zoloft, and are used to regulate serotonin production in the brain.

“These drugs certainly have a place in relieving symptoms of severe depression, but an overemphasis on these drugs does not incorporate alternative approaches helpful for alleviating depression,” says Dr. Gregory Jantz.

Many patients complain that antidepressants have their share of side-effects, including growing disinterest in some activities, heightened anxiety, and fatigue. Instead of relying on these umbrella medications, Dr. Gregory Jantz encourages people to seek out a more comprehensive approach to wellness. His method of healing, a subject he’s pioneered and popularized (called ‘whole-person care’), attempts to uncover the most underlying issues and provide a thorough answer to feelings of depression.

To help readers discover a happier, more wholesome life, Dr. Gregory Jantz uses his revolutionary whole-person care approach to teach readers how to discover controllable factors and make peace with uncontrollable one. This is ultimately what separates his books apart from the countless others as it helps people not only overcome their depression but to find new meaning and a sense of refreshment in their lives.

“It’s not enough to try and treat one angle of depression only to have another underlying issue arise and cause symptoms all over again,” says Dr. Gregory Jantz. “What people need is a holistic solution––a lifestyle change that will improve multiple areas of their lives.”

Some of the approaches to whole-person care are discussed in his book Five Keys to Dealing with Depression. Among other things, Dr. Gregory Jantz encourages

Recognizing Signs of Depression –– When someone is depressed, they give off distinct changes or characteristics that they may not recognize immediately. Common “yellow” symptoms include a loss of enjoyment in activities, feelings of restlessness, a lack of motivation, impatience, and irritability. More severe “red” symptoms include thoughts of suicide or death, and a major shift in appetite or sleeping pattern. Recognizing the signs are crucial to recovery.

Positive Nutrition –– With more knowledge of nutrition, medical specialists are able to treat people from the “inside out.” Proper nutrition can help in reducing inflammation and providing vital nutrients to the brain and nervous system for an improved well-being.

Spiritual Well-Being –– It’s not always the physical ailments that have a depressing effect on an individual. Sometimes there needs to be a deeper and less understood form of spiritual healing to overcome problems that hides in plain sight.

Discover more tips for battling depression and way to take control of your life in Dr. Gregory Jantz’s book Five Keys to Dealing with Depression, available today.

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Patrick Brown's Media and Book Tour

Patrick Brown makes comeback in Brampton

Patrick Brown wins Brampton

Over 200 people attended the Brampton Book Launch

“Politics is described as a bloodsport … this book [has] taken it to a new level. I would call it a Game of Thrones kind of assassination.”

— —Cynthia Mulligan, CityNews, Toronto

TORONTO, ON, CANADA, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — We are pleased to confirm the Ottawa Region Book launch for Patrick Brown’s bestselling book TAKEDOWN.

It is your chance to meet and hear Mayor Patrick Brown speak about politics. Learn about the backroom deals, the consultants and key players who ultimately played a role in his hasty resignation as party leader. This is a story about a person who rebuilt the party from the ground up with an inclusive and diverse group of passionate Canadians and for Patrick’s vision for Ontario and a better Canada.

Last month, Optimum released the biggest Canadian political book of this century. We did not do so for the headlines, but in order to provide the public with a profound look into the human condition and the driving forces of greed, power, deceit — particularly how these forces manifest themselves as collusion, conspiracy, and flat-out lies.

The book, Takedown by Patrick Brown, can now be found on both the Indigo and Amazon Bestsellers lists. It instantly hit number one on Amazon’s Hot New Releases and Political Bestsellers lists.

The true legacy of this book will be revealed gradually over the coming months and years. Indeed, there will be significant breaking news stories coming out in the next few weeks that underline just one of the central themes outlined in the book.

We urge everyone who cares about politics, fairness, and justice to pay attention to news out of British Columbia and the ongoing investigations into organized crime and money laundering. Pay particular attention to the connections to the Liberal and PC parties in Ontario and a “purging” of sorts through a mainstream financial institution.

The story is far from over.

Ottawa
December 15, 2018
Media Scrum at 10:45 to 11:00
Holiday Inn Gloucester

Ottawa
December 15, 2018
Time 9:45 to 10:45

Eastern Ontario Book Launch
Holiday Inn Gloucester, ON

www.opibooks.com/events

Ottawa
December 15, 2018
Time 11:00 to 12:00

Beechwood Books host book signing and authors Q and A with Patrick Brown
Holiday Inn Gloucester, ON

Scarborough
December 20, 2118
Time: 5:15 to 6:30
Chapters Indigo (Kennedy Road and 401)
www.opibooks.com/events

GO TO OUR PRESS PAGE FOR INTERVIEWS, ARTICLES, VIDEOS, AND MORE

“Politics is described as a bloodsport … this book [has] taken it to a new level. I would call it a Game of Thrones kind of assassination.
—Cynthia Mulligan, CityNews, Toronto

“Brown lets the reader in on the inner workings of politics in a way that’s never been done before. … Laid out bluntly and honestly, there is a lot of retrospection.”
—Diana Davison, The Post Millennial

“Brampton Mayor-elect Patrick Brown’s new memoir breaks the mould of stodgy, predictable political biographies that employ pedestrian language to bore readers into submission … It’s a tell-all thriller and political takedown of Ontario Progressive Cons.”
—San Grewal, Publisher of The Pointer

“Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown comes out swinging in a new tell-all memoir.”
—Farrah Merali, CBC News

“To be honest, I couldn’t put it down.”
—Libby Znaimer, Zoomer Radio AM740 / FM 96.7 Toronto

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A Holiday Wish and a New Year’s Resolution from Stop Foodborne Illness

To be a food safety smart consumer, stay informed about food recalls and alerts.

To be a food safety smart consumer, stay informed about food recalls and alerts.

Learn how to maintain a food-safe kitchen

Learn how to maintain a food-safe kitchen

Learn how to pack food-safe school lunches

Learn how to pack food-safe school lunches

When you suspect foodborne illness, encourage your doctor to consider a foodborne pathogen as the cause of the problem

When you suspect foodborne illness, encourage your doctor to consider a foodborne pathogen as the cause of the problem

FDA food recalls also include pet foods. Feed your pets safely!

FDA food recalls also include pet foods. Feed your pets safely!

Stop Foodborne Illness has one holiday wish: Learn more about food safety so you can prevent family and friends from being victims of foodborne illness.”

I will learn more about food safety so I can prevent my family and friends from being victims of foodborne illness.”

— Stop Foodborne Illness

CHICAGO, IL, UNITED STATES, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — As the season of “comfort and joy” approaches, Stop Foodborne Illness (www.stopfoodborneillness.org), a national, nonprofit, public health organization dedicated to preventing illness and death from foodborne pathogens, has one-holiday wish—that you make this important New Year’s resolution:

“I will learn more about food safety so I can prevent my family and friends from being victims of foodborne illness.”

Foodborne illness is no joke, as can be witnessed by the recent nationwide ban on Romaine lettuce issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Harmful pathogens have become an ever-increasing threat in our food supply, causing serious illness and even death among people with weaker immune systems such as young children and older adults. In 2011, the CDC estimated that each year, roughly 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) gets sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die of foodborne illness.

The facts are staggering: As of November 28, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued approximately 95 food recalls, market withdrawals and safety alerts involving foodborne illness during 2018. That is almost 2 per week, and many have affected people in multiple states.

You may be surprised to learn that the FDA’s list includes products from nearly all food categories! In fact, we’re going to list them here: tahini, breakfast cereal, cheese, asparagus, cake mix, pistachios, veggie sandwiches, twice-baked potatoes, ice cream, ham rolls, biscuits, rolls, salads, subs, ham, macadamia nuts, cage-free eggs, dry whey powder, bread, crackers, cracker sandwiches, pasta salad, poke kits, sprouting mix, vegetable trays, fresh melons, frozen broccoli, frozen whole tilapia fish, fruit mix, organic nut mix, wild Coho smoked salmon, microgreen mixes, ice pops, smoked salmon spread, romaine lettuce, eggs, organic amaranth flour, coconut, pastries, coconut flour, nutritional yeast, pumpkin seeds, deli products, alfalfa sprouts, chia seeds, cardamom pods, pork, bison, cream cheese, and frozen green beans and mixed vegetables.

If you’re a pet owner, you should also know that the FDA’s list also includes 25 pathogen-related dog and cat food recalls and alerts in 2018. Many of these items were of the “raw” variety. Foodborne illness in pets can be just as serious and life-threatening.

“We must attack foodborne illness on many fronts and in many ways,” said Lauren Bush, board co-chair of Stop Foodborne Illness. “Producers, retailers and consumers must be more vigilant than ever in identifying and preventing harmful pathogens in our food supply. We cannot stress enough how important it is for everyday people to be knowledgeable about foodborne illness—what it is, where it comes from, how to maintain a food-safe household and how to be a smart food shopper.”

“At the food industry level, food safety organizations such as Stop, trade associations, food producers and government agencies are working harder than ever to encourage safe food policies and practices at all levels, but certainly much more can be done,” said Michael Taylor, Stop Foodborne Illness board co-chair and former FDA Deputy Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine. “We must all be committed to very high food safety standards and make sure those standards are enforced through the food chain.”

A DOZEN THINGS YOU CAN DO TO BE SMART ABOUT FOODBORNE ILLNESS IN 2019

As Stop’s holiday gift to you, here are ten things you can do to be knowledgeable about foodborne illness and help keep your family safe.

1. Sign up to get free email alerts when food recalls are declared. Stop Foodborne Illness regularly posts information about new food recalls: http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org/take-action/sign-up-for-e-alerts/
2. Learn what foodborne illness is: http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org/awareness/common-questions-about-foodborne-illness-2/
3. Learn about common foodborne pathogens: http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org/awareness/pathogens/
4. Learn about symptoms, causes and treatments: http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org/awareness/what-is-foodborne-illness/
5. Learn about others’ experiences: http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org/stories/.
6. Learn how to cook safely and kill harmful pathogens before they reach the dinner table: http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org/awareness/safe-cooking-temperatures-2/
7. Learn how to maintain a food-safe kitchen: https://www.newsline360.com/stopfoodborneillness/pr_view/6347?&&hlan=cross+contamination
8. Encourage your school district to teach children about foodborne illness: http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org/awareness/teacher-resources/
9. Know who to contact if you or your family members contract foodborne illness. If it is serious, don’t be shy—call 9-1-1. When you visit your doctor or clinic, make sure you encourage them to consider a foodborne pathogen as the cause of the symptoms.
10. Learn more about food safety resources available in your state: http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org/awareness/food-safety-by-state/
11. Learn how to shop safely at farmers markets: https://www.newsline360.com/stopfoodborneillness/pr_view/6306?&&hlan=farmers+markets
12. Learn how to pack food-safe school lunches: https://www.newsline360.com/stopfoodborneillness/pr_view/6397?&&hlan=school+lunch

Help make others smarter about food safety! We encourage you to share your own foodborne illness story: http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org/take-action/share-your-foodborne-illness-story/. Your story may help others avoid being a victim and provide much needed moral support to those experiencing the same things.

May you and yours enjoy a happy, safe and healthy holiday season and New Year!

Stop Foodborne Illness Is Here to Help You
Stop Foodborne Illness is a national, nonprofit, public health organization dedicated to preventing illness and death from foodborne pathogens by promoting sound food safety policy and best practices, building public awareness and assisting those impacted by foodborne illness. For more food safety tips please visit www.stopfoodborneillness.org/awareness/. If you think you have been sickened from food, check this out and contact your local health professional.

For questions and personal assistance, please contact Stop Foodborne Illness’ Community Coordinator, Stanley Rutledge, at srutledge@stopfoodborneillness.org or 773-269-6555 x7. To donate to Stop, visit here.

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Keeping Online Hookups Safe in Toronto

In this age of internet hookups and dating apps, it is important to be safe. People now often meet for random sex, and not think about long-term safety aspects.

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The O Zone Club, one of Toronto’s hottest sex clubs, is reminding people of some of the dangers that can come from meeting strangers through dating apps like Tinder. Tinder is a dating app that encourages sexual hookups between people who often don’t know each other well. The app is widely used by people ranging in age from 18 – 34, with said demographic taking up roughly 60% of their total users.

When it comes to meeting those you don’t know through apps like this, we often don’t take into consideration the dangers that can come from others, who are essentially strangers, knowing your address or even bars or restaurants that you may frequent. For people hooking up with apps like this, it is often a good idea to find a neutral ground that caters to those who are meeting to hook up. This is where venues like Toronto’s The O Zone Club come into play.

Sex clubs can be the perfect venue to meet up with Tinder dates who are only looking for sex. It provides a secure location, where people can meet up and have sex without having to worry about giving away too much personal information. In addition to the element of anonymity, these sex clubs in Toronto have security that is designed to keep guests in these situations safe.

“The O Zone Club has trained security that can help identify those who are stepping over the line or making others uncomfortable.” Says the O Zone Club owner, “We take our patron security very seriously – if we didn’t, we wouldn’t be in business anymore.”

“People are taking risks when they invite sex dates to their homes,” adds the O Zone owners, “Our club is the perfect location for Tinder date hookups. We have onsite bars, dance floors, play space, and private rooms, of course.”

For those using dating and hookup apps, personal safety should be imperative. The reality is that it is very difficult to actually know someone from their online profile, so giving them personal information should be avoided until you can get to know them better.

About The O Zone: Toronto's hottest couples' club, The O Zone is the place to be for swinging couples in Toronto. The O Zone is one of North America's largest "on premise" nightclubs. A hedonistic playground of over 10,000 square feet, The O Zone is filled with enough wild and sexy amenities to guarantee a most memorable night for Toronto swingers and open-minded couples. An alternative lifestyle social club, The O Zone is the hottest place in Toronto for couples to come and party, and to form friendships with compatible like-minded swinging couples. For more information about The O Zone, upcoming special events, and the latest club news, please visit www.ocouplesclub.com.

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Bronze sculpture by Emile Louis Picault (French, 1860-1915) brings CA$43,660 at Miller & Miller auction, December 8th

Patinated bronze sculpture by Emile Louis Picault (French, 1860-1915) (CA$43,660).).

Car-themed bronze sculpture by former GM designer and sculptor Alexander Buchan (CA$5,015).

Flying “A” Service raised porcelain gas station sign, 48 inches by 58 inches (CA$8,050).

Liberator Cycles & Automobiles poster, circa 1900, by Jean De Paleologue (Fr., 1860-1942 (CA$3,162).

Early German tin lithographed wind-up skier toy made by Lehmann in the 1920s, 5 inches tall (CA$4,800).

The sculpture by Picault (French, 1860-1915), was used as the mascot for the Ten-Mile Corinthian Automobile Championship of 1906 in Ormond Daytona Beach, Fla.

The results of the sale affirmed that there is a desire for high-end decorative arts, luxury goods and investment-grade nostalgia. Attendees were in awe.”

— Ben Lennox

NEW HAMBURG, ONTARIO, CANADA, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — NEW HAMBURG, Ontario, Canada – A patinated bronze sculpture by Emile Louis Picault (French, 1860-1915), used as the mascot for the Ten-Mile Corinthian Automobile Championship of 1906 in Ormond Daytona Beach, Florida, having links to the origins of the Indianapolis 500, changed hands for $43,660 at an auction held December 8th by Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.

The auction was held online and in Miller & Miller’s gallery located at 59 Webster Street in New Hamburg, Ontario. Up for bid was the Aarssen collection of automobilia, bronzes and Americana in a sale that saw 438 lots cross the auction block and gross $318,319 (all prices quoted are in Canadian dollars). More than 200 lots finished over high estimate, as did 70 of the 100 top lots.

The Picault bronze was the auction’s top earner. The monumental, 48-inch tall sculpture was commissioned in 1906 by George W. Young and was engraved with his name and the title, date and location of the race. It was also incised “E. Picault” lower right. An important American artifact both historically and decoratively, the piece was sold to a private museum in Michigan.

The Aarssen collection was a curated offering of automobile memorabilia, original advertising signs, fine contemporary furniture, bronzes, political memorabilia and more. “The results of the sale affirmed that there is a desire for high-end decorative arts, luxury goods and investment-grade nostalgia,” said Ben Lennox of Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. “Attendees were in awe.”

Lennox added, “Greg Aarssen had an eye, and nothing he collected was held back or squandered. This was Greg’s stuff, lock, stock and barrel – the trappings of a man with impeccable taste and a limitless budget. This amazing collection, offered without reserve, brought a deafening frenzy to the gallery. At certain points I could barely hear myself sell. There were hands up everywhere.”

Following are additional highlights from the auction, which attracted approximately 125 people in-person to the gallery. Online bidding was brisk, via Invaluable.com (1,060 bidders, of which 133 were absentee), LiveAuctioneers.com (243 bidders), and the Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. website (www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com). Telephone and absentee bids were also accepted.

A Flying “A” Service raised porcelain gas station sign, 48 inches by 58 inches, with just some scattered surface chips, climbed to $7,000; while a 1930s-era Canadian Goodyear Tires Selected Dealers porcelain sign, 71 inches by 24 inches, with no touch-ups or restoration, made $3,450.

A contemporary European chandelier with David Michael crafted fixtures formed from hand-sculpted molds (used once for bronze casting and then discarded), plus shades made from genuine alabaster stone, 36 inches by 31 inches, illuminated the room for $5,462. And in the toys and trains category, a Lionel Train Mickey Mouse Circus Set – a complete, boxed example and a highly coveted Walt Disney collectible, showing only minimal wear – changed hands for $3,300.

Four car-themed bronze sculptures by former General Motors designer and sculptor Alexander Buchan, each one presented on a custom-crafted oak pedestal, were sold as single lots, with heights ranging from 14-25 inches. The sculptures were titled Riding the Rail ($5,015); Beyond Expectations (also $5,015); Sunday Drive ($3,450); and The Fastest Man on Earth ($4,600).

Surprises included lots 114 and 115 – early German tin lithographed wind-up skier toys made by Lehmann in the 1920s. Both toys stood five inches tall and were in working condition, with only minor soil and wear. One skier sped away for $4,800; the other found a new owner for $3,300.

Louis Vuitton travel accessories are always a big hit with collectors. Offered was an Alzer “80” Anglais model gentlemen’s suitcase with identification tag, unused, with factory film covering all the original brass and a paper-wrapped handle ($5,400); and a Pegase Legare “55” model ladies’ travel bag presented with the original cover ($2,950). Both pieces were made in Paris.

A Liberator Cycles & Automobiles French poster, circa 1900, by Jean De Paleologue (French, 1860-1942), showing a Valkyrie warrior from Norse mythology, 46 inches by 61 ¼ inches in a gilt frame, finished at $3,162. Also, a 1964 Piaggio Vespa “90” Scooter with just 10,126 original miles on the odometer and in fine shape save for minor paint touch-ups to the fender, hit $4,312.

A Bennett Flying “A” model 646 gas pump, made in America in the 1940s, nicely restored and featuring acrylic ad “glass”, reproduction plates and original dials with minor touch-ups, 28 inches tall, brought $4,600. Also, a Bennett Texaco gas pump, also made in America in the ‘40s, impressive at 90 inches tall by 22 inches wide and fully restored and lighted, fetched $4,025.

A number of framed original posters and prints sold very strong, based on the care taken in framing and displaying these iconic images. Examples included a massive Fangio racing poster by Titanus, looking crisp and clean in a 60 inch by 45 ½ inch frame ($1,610); and an original chromolithographic French poster produced in Paris around 1920, M. Bec-Kina, with art by Michel Liebeaux (French, 1881-1923), having bold colors, 51 inches by 67 ½ inches ($2,185).

Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. is a seller of high-value collections between $200,000 and $3 million. Individual items of merit are always considered. It is Canada’s trusted place for collectors to buy and sell. The firm’s next big event is a Canadian & Historic Objects Auction planned for Saturday, February 9th, online and in the gallery. Consignments accepted thru Jan. 2.

To consign a single piece, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (519) 573-3710 or (519) 716-5606; or, you can send an e-mail to info@millerandmillerauctions.com. To learn more about Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. and the Feb. 9th auction visit www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com.

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Ethan Miller
Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.
(519) 573-3710
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Recruiting for Good Launches Fun Reward for Moms Who Make a Difference Summer Camp Scholarship Savings

We Love Rewarding Moms Savings for Good

We Love Rewarding Moms Savings for Good

Moms Attend Camp to Qualify and Sign Up for Future Summer Camp Scholarship Savings

Moms Attend Camp to Qualify and Sign Up for Future Summer Camp Scholarship Savings

Join Fun Summer Camp Fair at Capital One Cafe Santa Monica Jan. 12, 2019 10am to 1pm

Join Fun Summer Camp Fair at Capital One Cafe Santa Monica Jan. 12, 2019 10am to 1pm

Recruiting for Good is on a mission to help fund $100,000 in camp scholarships; and reward L.A. moms who make a difference access to summer camp savings.

We love to reward moms who make a difference camp scholarship savings”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, December 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Socially progressive staffing agency Recruiting for Good is sharing proceeds from 100 placements to fund $100,000 in summer camp scholarships and reward L.A. moms who make a difference access to camp savings.

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, “We love to reward moms who make a difference camp scholarship savings.”

Camp Scholarships Awarded to Good Moms

Recruiting for Good will reward camp scholarship savings to moms who make a difference in the community (church, nonprofit, or school). We meet moms in person to get know them, and find out where they make a difference.

Carlos Cymerman adds, "Are you a mom in L.A. that makes a difference and wants to save money on summer camp? Come to our Summer Camp Fair at Capital One Cafe, on January 12th, 2019 from 10am to 1pm to sign up in person and qualify for future scholarship saving rewards."

Summer Camp in Attendance

Special thanks to the following; Camp Awesome, Good Dirt LA, Learn to Surf, Moo Moo Musica, SHIELD Women's Self Defense, Star Education, Steve & Kate's Camp, and Summer 4 Fun (waiting for 2 more camps to commit).

About

Recruiting for Good is a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals awesome jobs, since 1998. Companies retain us to find the best talent in Accounting, Finance, Engineering, Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales professionals. Our cause is to help fund summer camp. Women join to help fund camp scholarships; and earn exclusive love life rewards www.RecruitingforGood.com

Capital One Cafés are inviting places where you can bank, plan your financial journey, engage with your community, and enjoy Peet's Coffee®. "You don't have to be a customer." www.capitalone.com

Attend Fun Summer Camp Fair at Santa Monica Capital One Cafe on January 12th, 2019 from 10 am to 1 pm to get to know local camps. Moms who make a difference can sign up for future summer camp scholarship savings. We created the fair to deliver inspired information in a personal and meaningful way (by selecting a diverse group of 10 camps). To learn more visit www.RecruitingforGood.com

Fund Summer Camp and Ridesharing to Camp, is funded by Recruiting for Good, our fun purpose is to help prepare kids for tomorrow's jobs by investing in enriching life experiences that inspire creativity, help kids find their passion and grow from within. Our purposeful funding service is confidential and personal. We meet moms to explain how recruiting referrals work; and how funding happens. To learn more visit www.FundSummerCamp.com

Carlos Cymerman
Recruiting for Good
+1 310-720-8324
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