.It was worry for her father's health that prompted a young Seattle Sutton to focus on nutrition. A career in nursing cemented hwer concerns for people's health...especially the overweight. She started a small family business which now is coast to coast in serving fresh made meals that are delivered to clients front doors. These nutrition and calorie balanced meals are also made to be delicious so the folks using the plan do not go through the typical yo yo dieting. http://www.seattlesutton.com
An adventure of a life time awaits you with Road Scholar. Can you imagine taking your grandchild to Paris or Istanbul? How about a river cruise following the Mississippi or a tour through America's national parks.Today on GRAND we talk to JoAnn Bell Senior VP of Programs about the impact these grand vacations can have. Road Scholar does intergenerational trips as well as programs for individuals and couples who want to see the world from the inside out! http://www.roadscholar.org
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Niece of the famous Zig Ziglar,Christy Ziglar helps grandparents and parents open the conversation with children about making good choices.The second title in the Shine Bright Kids series, Must-Have Marvin!, teaches children that people are more important than things.
Marvin loves new things -- he especially loves finding the latest, greatest, most awesome new things! Soon Marvin finds himself focusing on a new toy that he wants, to the exclusion of his friends. He lets them down when they need his help and nearly loses their friendship. Through a chat with a wise neighbor and a second chance to help, Marvin learns the important life lesson that people are more important than things. Ages 4-8.
About Shine Bright Kids: Choose Right. Shine Bright. The Shine Bright Kids series provides children and their families with a framework to teach the importance of making good choices.
After seeing a photo of two enslaved boys her age—and learning that "slavery did not end with Abraham Lincoln"—then 8-year-old Vivienne Harr decided to help. She said: “Compassion is not compassion without action.”
So, since children have done since time immemorial, she went with “the only business experience I had”: a lemonade stand. But, little Vivienne had a big vision. She wanted to raise $100,000. She "made a stand" at her lemonade stand for 365 days straight, rain or shine, to “end child slavery.” The world stood with her.