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Support Veterans by Joining the EOD 131WOD CROSSFIT Movement this Fall

NICEVILLE, FLORIDA– (August 24, 2016) – Veterans Day is November 11th and this day makes for a great time to consider how individuals, groups, businesses, and gyms can get involved and show their support for our nation’s veterans. While it’s estimated that there are over 19 million veterans in the country, there is one elite group […]

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5 Ways Your Spare Change Can Make A Big Impact

SAN DIEGO, California – (August 24, 2016) – Nearly every time we make a purchase, it results in spare change. Some of us let it jingle around in our pockets, while others drop it into the charity bucket next to the register, hoping that it makes it to the featured charity.  Even more of us let […]

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Resettlement Solutions Needed For Refugees on Manus Island

New York, N.Y. mid news of an agreement to close the Australian immigration detention centre on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) today underscored the importance of finding permanent and sustainable resettlement solutions that address the needs of the refugees.                     […]

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How Meditation is Helping Veterans Heal

BLUEMONT, Virginia – (August 11, 2016) – As the number of veterans diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and other related conditions continues to rise, many are finding relief in a surprising way. These veterans are closing their eyes and silently thinking a simple sound known as a mantra. Much to their surprise, […]

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Young Global Leader on Why There is a Pride Parade in New York City

New York, N.Y. The Pride Parade is a beautiful celebration that embraces equality for all. The reason for this event is to show that love must be share and embraced. The first, pride parade to be held in New York City was on June 28, 1969. From this touching event something I definitely got out of […]

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Meet Molly McCloskey, C.E.O. & President of Operation Respect

New York, N.Y. Born in Cleveland, Ohio in June 1967, Molly McCloskey always had a passion for helping others. Her grandmother, Gen McCloskey, was an advocate for women rights. In or outside of her church, Molly’s grandmother was committed to equal rights and opportunities for all people. Grandma Gen stood always for compassion, impacting Molly’s life tremendously. […]

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Meet Esther Yang Executive Director of Super Happy Healthy Kids

New York, N.Y. Born in Jakarta, Indonesia, Esther always had a passion for helping others and even a stronger desire to educated herself. Her educational journey started in Indonesia but after becoming a teenager she moved to the United States, something that would change her life forever. A change that brought a combination of excitement […]

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Ban welcomes African Union’s Fund For Peace Operations

New York, N.Y. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed a decision by the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union (AU) that sets out steps towards self-reliance, particularly in relation to the regional body’s peace and security budget.                             […]

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Support Veterans by Joining the EOD 131WOD CROSSFIT Movement this Fall

5 Ways Your Spare Change Can Make A Big Impact

5 Ways Memberships Are Changing Health and Wellness for Everyone

Benjamin Birdies’ First Flight Soars on Gentle Wings

Resettlement Solutions Needed For Refugees on Manus Island

Mark West Wines a Winner for National Pinot Noir Day

Courtesy Mark West Wines