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Girl Entrepreneurs Finish Successful 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Program
With pantries and freezers stocked full of Thin Mints and Tagalongs, the 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Program has come to a close for Girl Scouts of North East Ohio (GSNEO). More than 18,000 Girl Scouts across the region sold 2,587,596 boxes of cookies this year. Out of the total sold, 54,576 boxes were donated to members of the military through Operation: Sweet Appreciation, bringing them a taste of home.
Samatha Jarvis of Salem, OH, is the 2019 top seller with 3,211 boxes sold. With her earnings, Samantha is working on a project to earn the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouts. Samantha is one of 54 GSNEO Girl Scouts who earned a pearl for their sale of 1,000 packages of cookies or more during the 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Program. These young entrepreneurs were honored at the Pearl Ceremony, held May 5, 2019, at the Akron Zoo. They each received a single pearl. The pearl signifies that a girl has made a significant contribution to keeping the Girl Scout movement strong. When Juliette Gordon Low started Girl Scouts in 1912, she used her own money to pay for everything, she even sold a pearl necklace she dearly loved.
Thanks to technology, Girl Scouts sold cookies from coast-to-coast using the Digital Cookie® platform. Girls sent emails to their customers with a link to their personalized website, where family and friends could order cookies to be shipped directly to their doorstep. Girls also used traditional sale methods such as door-to-door selling and booth sales at more than 3,000 local venues.
For each box of Girl Scout Cookies sold, 100% of the net revenue stays local and supports council-sponsored leadership programs and girls' chosen activities. Thanks to the generous investment made by cookie customers, Girl Scouts have the opportunity to achieve their goals and become girls of courage, confidence, and character.
For more information about joining, volunteering, or supporting Girl Scouts of North East Ohio, visit gsneo.org
Clinical Health Psychologist Lori Stevic Rust at EWAW event
Elite Women Around The World® is a global network of individuals, leaders, organizations and businesses coming together with a shared mission of enhancing the economic position of women globally. EWAW celebrated a Glass-Ceiling Shattering Night for Women on Women's International Day March 8, 2019.
One of the presenters was Lori Stevic-Rust, PhD, a board certified clinical health psychologist and national healthcare expert on senior services.
Cleveland International Hall of Fame class in the Cultural Gardens
The 6 new members of the Cleveland International Hall of Fame did a quick interview with Channel 19 news anchor Chris Tanaka. Each met in the Cultural Garden of their heritage so Marilyn Madigan was in the Irish Garden, Sree Sreenath in the Indian and so on. Watch the video by clicking on the white arrow below.
Elite Women Around The World® is a global network of individuals, leaders, organizations and businesses coming together with a shared mission of enhancing the economic position of women globally.
EWAW celebrated a Glass-Ceiling Shattering Night for Women on Women's International Day March 8, 2019. One of the presenters was Image Consultant Pat Gibson from The Artistry of You.
Dr. Mona Gupta introduced Pat who's speech was entitled 5 Minutes to Fabulous.
Elite Women Around The World
Glass-Ceiling Shattering Night for Women
March 8, 2019
Elite Women Around The World® is a global network of individuals, leaders, organizations and businesses coming together with a shared mission of enhancing the economic position of women globally. EWAW celebrated a Glass-Ceiling Shattering Night for Women on Women's International Day March 8, 2019. A diverse group of professional women, and some men, gathered at Landerhaven for presentations, networking and dinner
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Melody J. Stewart keynote
The International Women's Air & Space Museum (IWASM) has a temporary exhibit on Captain Jennifer Harris, a Marine Corps Casualty Evacuation pilot. She served three tours of duty between 2003 and 2007, the first in Kuwait and the next two in Iraq. Captain Harris saved countless lives by flying in and out of combat areas for the emergency evacuation of injured soldiers and Iraqi citizens.
After graduating from the United States Naval Academy in 2000, Captain Harris learned to fly the CH-46 Sea Knight Helicopter. She was then assigned to Marine Helicopter Squadron HMM-364, Purple Foxes, and immediately deployed for Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). A legendary squadron, the Purple Foxes became famous in Vietnam for repeatedly going into harm's way, under any conditions, in order to evacuate the wounded. That dedication continued in OIF. Harris was the first deployed female pilot in the Purple Foxes Squadron, and she eventually became promoted to the rank of Captain.
Captain Harris was one of the best CH-46 pilots in the Marine Corps. Unfortunately, on February 7, 2007, the very last flight of her third deployment and after completing a successful casualty evacuation mission, Captain Harris was killed in action when her helicopter was shot down by insurgents.
Currently, on display in the museum are her military uniform jacket, a model of the CH-46 Sea Knight Helicopter she flew, her Aviator Flight Log Book, her military dog tags, her Naval Academy class ring, and personal photographs.
The museum offers free admission. Exhibit hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. Office, gift shop and research center hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The International Women's Air & Space Museum is located in the terminal of Burke Lakefront Airport, only seconds from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the Great Lakes Science Center. The mission of IWASM is to preserve the history of women in aviation and space and to document their continuing contributions today and in the future. In 1986 the museum opened in Centerville, Ohio. IWASM was welcomed to the City of Cleveland, Ohio in 1998, where you will find their home at Burke Lakefront Airport. Exhibits are in the lobby at Burke, as well as the west concourse, and are accessible seven days a week. For additional information please visit www.iwasm.org.
Let me start with a disclaimer. I do NOT like beets. I know they are healthy but I never could acquire a taste for them. They are bad enough cold but I tried a hot Borscht soup once on vacation and had to run to the restroom.
Given that, I decided to give the Beetology beet + veggie drink a try to get the health benefits of beets. I chilled it in the refrigerator and shook it well as advised. Then the moment of truth. I liked it! A lot!
The ingredients on the bottle I had listed Beet Juice, Green Apple Juice, Carrot Juice, Kale and Celery. Outside of the green apple juice none of those ingredients sounded appealing to me but the combination was tasty.
It didn't taste like any of the individual ingredients. I guess I could taste a hint of the beets but it wasn't the taste I had rejected over a lifetime. There seemed to be a slight peppery taste though that was not an ingredient. It just tasted good.
A nice, calm and respectable lady went into the pharmacy, walked up to the pharmacist, looked straight into his eyes, and said, "I'd like to buy some cyanide".
The pharmacist asked, "Why in the world do you need cyanide? The lady replied, "I need it to poison my husband."
The pharmacist's eyes got big and he explained, "Lord have mercy! I can't give you cyanide to kill your husband, that's against the law. I'll lose my license! They'll throw both of us in jail! All kinds of bad things will happen. Absolutely not! You CANNOT have any cyanide. Just get a divorce!"
The lady reached into her purse and pulled out a picture of her husband in bed with the pharmacist's wife.
The pharmacist looked at the picture and said, "You didn't tell me you had a prescription."
ClevelandWomen.Com Book of the Week
The Girl on the Train
The #1 New York Times Bestseller, USA Today Book of the Year, now a major motion picture starring Emily Blunt. The debut psychological thriller that will forever change the way you look at other people's lives.
Intersecting, overlapping, not-quite-what-they-seem lives. Jealousies and betrayals and wounded hearts. A haunting unease that clutches and won’t let go. All this and more helps propel Paula Hawkins’s addictive debut into a new stratum of the psychological thriller genre. At times, I couldn’t help but think: Hitchcockian. From the opening line, the reader knows what they’re in for: “She’s buried beneath a silver birch tree, down towards the old train tracks…” But Hawkins teases out the mystery with a veteran’s finesse. The “girl on the train” is Rachel, who commutes into London and back each day, rolling past the backyard of a happy-looking couple she names Jess and Jason. Then one day Rachel sees “Jess” kissing another man. The day after that, Jess goes missing. The story is told from three character’s not-to-be-trusted perspectives: Rachel, who mourns the loss of her former life with the help of canned gin and tonics; Megan (aka Jess); and Anna, Rachel’s ex-husband’s wife, who happens to be Jess/Megan’s neighbor. Rachel’s voyeuristic yearning for the seemingly idyllic life of Jess and Jason lures her closer and closer to the investigation into Jess/Megan’s disappearance, and closer to a deeper understanding of who she really is. And who she isn’t. This is a book to be devoured. -Neal Thompson
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Domestic violence is a pattern of repeated physical, sexual and emotional violence and behaviors that one person in a relationship uses to exercise power and control over the other. Cleveland and Northeast Ohio have many resources for victims of domestic violence.
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