Thursday, April 24, 2008

Toxic Treadmill blog:
Chinese Using Trojan Horse? Who needs guns when you can poison a nation... and better yet, they ask to be poisoned? Remember the Trojan horse scenario? Not only do we get gifts with hidden toxins, but we in turn go out and buy them to give. Our kids are playing with lead covered toys with who knows what kind of cumulative affect. We're brushing our teeth with anti-freeze laden toothpaste from China.


Four weekend events we recommend:

East Fayette Holding Yard Sale to Benefit American Cancer Society's Relay for Life
4/20/08 (10:19 p.m.) East Fayette Elementary is holding a yard sale on April 26 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Assorted items will be for sale and all donations will be accepted. For information on donating items for this sale please call 770-461-0823.

Demystifying Energy Medicine Workshop
4/9/08 (7:08 p.m.) Please Join Dr. Kim at Georgia Integrative Medicine, Tyrone, for a workshop on Demystifying Energy Medicine on April 26. Space is limited to 6 people. For more information, please call 678.814.1333 x 1 or email Dorothy Carey RN
(Note: While you're there, ask about scheduling a tea ceremony!)

Children's Choir to Present "Elijah"
4/24/08 (8:37 a.m.) Shepherd’s Flock Singers will present a children’s musical, “Elijah,” at Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church, Peachtree City, on Sunday, April 27, at 6:00 p.m. The musical tells stories from the life of one of the great prophets through drama and music. Shepherd’s Flock Singers are in grades 2-5. Their director is Andi Laaker; technical director is Cathy Moore. Pastoral Intern Pauline Pezzino, Kathy Zimmerman, and Cherise Quamme lead Cherub Choir, whose members will portray ravens who bring bread to Elijah. Accompanists will be Joyful Noise Ringers and keyboardist David Beecher. Shepherd’s Flock Ringers and Chimers will play the prelude. Other leaders are Lisa deFrances, Jean Dohany, Linda Grabill, Lynn Kalinke, and Edie Eickemeyer, Director of Christian Education. The public is invited; the church is at the corner of Hiway 54 and Peachtree Parkway.

March of Dimes Walk in Peachtree City this Saturday!
Put on your “marching” shoes! The March for Babies walk is Saturday April 26th! Here are a few things you’ll need to know:
Registration starts at 8:00 am – if you did not attend one of the two Bank Days this week.
Team pictures start at 9:00 am (ABC order)
Warm up starts at 9:45 am and the march starts promptly at 10:00 am.
The march is 3 miles - starting at 191 McIntosh Trail, Peachtree City, GA 30269. The cart paths will be heavily marked with arrows, mission and mile markers.
Water stations will be along the route along with Cheerleaders!!
(Please do not litter, we want to keep Peachtree City Beautiful)
Lunch will be provided by Publix
As you finish the march come back to the start/finish line, grab your lunch, sit down and relax!
Can’t wait to see you there…and as always, thank you for supporting the March of Dimes!

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