Advocare’s Autumn & Aric Coolbaugh Clear Up Some Misunderstandings

first_imgFacebook19Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by AdvocareAdvocare IS NOT a diet and should NEVER be compared to one. Advocare is a health and wellness company that offers a wide range of nutritional products. We help you get your health back so that if you need to lose weight, your body can. If you need to gain muscle, your body can. If you need to just get healthy, your body can.Advocare IS the best product on the market today. We have over 60 products in 5 different lines for your whole body health needs. We have the highest quality ingredients created by a panel of Doctors and Scientists. Every ingredient in each Advocare product is listed on the product label. Although the FDA does not approve any nutritional supplements, Advocare is one of a few companies that have met all requirements and have even issued better quality than what is required. All of our products are approved and can be found in the NCAA, NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS and NASCAR.  We are certified with a third party Quality Assurance Board called Informed Choice. We have hundreds of NON Paid endorsers in all these athletic fields and our National Spokesperson is Drew Bress (New Orleans Quarterback, MVP of the NFL World Championship Game and Single-Season Passing Yards Record Holder).Advocare IS NOT a product you “Sell” to your friends and family. Advocare is a product you “Share” with those you love. Everyone knows someone who needs to get healthy, more energy, lose weight, healthier skin, get better results at the gym and someone who may need extra money or even a job.Advocare IS a Multi Level Marketing (MLM) company. Don’t get scared, MLM means sharing; building relationships and helping others. We have to share our products with you and explain how, when and why to use them. We follow up with you to make sure you are getting what you expect and if not, we help fix it and get you the results you are looking for. We do not have our products on the shelves at a store for you to buy on an impulse and not fully understand how to use them so you end up throwing them away after a few weeks. Advocare products are meant to be used so there are no preservatives in them to sit there on a shelf.Advocare IS NOT a “Get Rich Quick” kind of company. Advocare will give you what you put into it. It is a relationship building company so you have to work to build relationships.Advocare IS NOT like your current job. Right now you are working 40+ hours a week for a paycheck with a limit to how much you can earn. You can never make more than your boss. You are working hard for someone else’s dreams and only living in yours while you sleep. You have to request time off for family vacations or to stay home with your child who is ill. You have to apply for promotions or raises. Some of you have to work weekends or nights just for the money. You have to clock in and if you don’t work you don’t get paid.Advocare DOES have a great financial opportunity. You don’t have to take advantage of the financial side just to enjoy product. As you use the product, you will love them and share them. Advocare pays you to share. You don’t have to work 40+ hours a week. You can make extra money to pay for the products you love, pay off debt, take a vacation or just extra to spend or save. You can also make as much money as you can dream of ever making. You don’t have to clock in or request time off. Advocare pays you to take vacations. They pay you to stay home with your sick child. Every 6 months they provide you an opportunity to earn an all expense paid vacation to somewhere in the world.In The End, Advocare income is willable to your children!Questions?  Sparkyouup@comcast.net               www.SparkYouUp.net                   Autumn & Aric Coolbaughlast_img read more

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Jeanne Kelly Joins Heritage House Sotheby in Rumson

first_imgRUMSON – Mary Burke, broker and owner of Heritage House Sotheby’s Inter­national Realty, and Joyce Wopat, broker associate/ branch manager, welcome Jeanne Kelly, sales associate, to the Rumson office.Jeanne KellyA graduate of Fordham University and former fixed income salesperson for Lehman Brothers, New York and London, Kelly brings exceptional communication and negotiation skills to the firm.Before settling in Rumson, Jeanne and her family spent 14 years abroad. Upon her arrival back in the U.S., “settling in Monmouth County, New Jersey’s best kept secret, was an easy one. With its beautiful beaches, wonderful wooded preserves, its close proximity to NYC and having extended family locally made Rumson the perfect choice to live and raise a family.”Embracing her new home, Kelly immersed herself in the community through several local charities such as Prevention First and The Jacqueline Wilentz Breast Center. She is an active volunteer for both Rumson Country Day and Deane Porter School parent teacher organizations and also coaches recreational soccer and basketball. Like her exceptional professional skills, Kelly exemplifies community citizenship.“I joined Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty knowing the importance of partnering with an established local firm that truly offers global connections through an extraordinary brand like Sotheby’s International Realty.“The Rumson office management and sales associates have proven over and over their high level of service and expertise. I am pleased to be apart of this team of professionals,” Kelly said.Kelly can be reached at Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty’s Rumson office at 23 West River Road. Whether you are a buyer or seller or just gathering information, Kelly can be reached by phone at 732-232-9378 or via email at jeanne.kelly@sothebysrealty.com.Additional information about Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty is available by visiting the website at www.heritagehousesothebysrealty.com.last_img read more

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Rumson Pond To Become an Outdoor Classroom

first_img“The partnership opens up the opportunity to bring Monmouth University professors and graduate students into the classroom,” Marks said. “They can give a single class topic discussion about what’s in the pond and how we need to treat our environmental resources so that they’re here for our kids and for generations after us.”Najarian Associates, the company consulting on the project, has also offered to come into the schools for a discussion on pond dredging and its benefits.“That’ll be licensed professional engineers and environmental scientists coming into the classroom potentially right before the project starts,” said Marks.The unnamed pond sits on school property, just outside the science classrooms of the Deane-Porter School. An outdoor classroom will be built beside the pond during summer 2019 to be ready for use by the 2019-20 school year. Photo by Jenna MoldaverThe method of dredging has not yet been decided upon. “The NJDEP will regulate how we dredge the pond and there’s two mechanisms here that we’re investigating,” said Marks. Supporters of the project hope it will provide new opportunities for students to engage in the sciences at a young age. Students will be able to take water samples, analyze their contents and visualize concepts they encounter in their classes. David Marks, the borough engineer, explained how the partnership with Monmouth University also presents a variety of opportunities for students. By Jenna Moldaver |RUMSON – The Rumson Board of Education has partnered with the borough to transform the existing pond on the Deane-Porter and Forrestdale schools property into an outdoor educational space.The project consists of removing about 2,000 cubic yards of sediment from the bottom of the pond to create an average water depth of three to four feet. The dredging is expected to significantly improve the environmental quality of the pond, as more water will allow for temperature stabilization, meaning less vegetative growth and improved oxygen content for fish and wildlife. The Board and borough are currently working with a consulting engineer to obtain permits from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to begin the dredging project. They plan to submit their plans for review by the beginning of August. As the NJDEP typically takes 90 to 100 days to review a project, the hope is the project receives approval by the end of 2018. The project will then be put out for public bid. The current plan is to complete the project by the end of summer 2019 to be ready as school reopens.Monmouth University is also partnering on this project. The university conducted a bathymetric survey on the pond, which provided information on the depth of the pond and the amount of sediment it contains, critical for the dredging plan.An outdoor classroom that would overlook the pond and be used by multiple grades in science classes and other specialty subjects is also part of the plan. The classroom will be approximately 30 feet by 40 feet. One mechanism, known as mechanical dredging, involves lowering the pond, draining the water out and collecting and relocating marine life. The material is then stockpiled in the pond itself, dried out and then trucked away. The other alternative, hydraulic dredging, involves pumping the sediment at a high velocity and storing it in geotubes as the water flows out. The preferred option as of now is mechanical dredging.Either way, students can use the dredging process as an additional learning experience. The superintendent of the Rumson School District, John E. Bormann, is looking to create a project for the students to examine and analyze the pond as dredging occurs. The soil and sediment that is removed from the pond will be taken to the Monmouth County Landfill where it will be used as cover. The material was sampled and determined to be ideal for this purpose.This article was first published in the June 28-July 5, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.last_img read more

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156 Positive COVID-19 Cases in Monmouth

first_imgAberdeen: 6Allentown: 2Asbury Park: 1Atlantic Highlands: 1Belmar: 1Bradley Beach: 1Brielle: 2Colts Neck: 3Eatontown: 4Englishtown: 1Fair Haven: 1Farmingdale: 1Freehold Borough: 1Freehold Township: 28Hazlet: 8Holmdel: 2Howell: 8Keyport: 1Little Silver:3Long Branch: 7 (1 Tinton Falls Quarantined in LB)Manalapan: 22Manasquan: 3Marlboro: 9Matawan: 1Middletown: 7Millstone: 1Monmouth Beach: 1Neptune: 10Neptune City: 1Ocean: 4Oceanport: 2Red Bank: 2Rumson: 1Sea Girt: 1Tinton Falls: 4Wall: 4West Long Branch: 1 News updates and information regarding county events and programs affected by the COVID-19 situation are posted at www.visitmonmouth.com. The Freeholders have announced that, due to the Governor’s Executive Order, all Monmouth County golf courses have been closed. Monmouth County open park spaces remain open. As of March 22, there are 156 positive cases of COVID-19 in Monmouth County, say county officials. Here is the latest count:last_img read more

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Leaf management likes what it sees in Chris Shaw, resigns skipper

first_imgBy Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsIt’s obvious the Nelson Leafs do not want to spend another off-season hunting for a coach and GM.Which is why team president Russell Stocks announced the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League franchise has resigned current skipper Chris Shaw to another season with the Green and White.“Chris, in his rookie season as a Head Coach and GM with the Leafs, has lived up to, and in some cases, surpassed our expectations in many aspects of his position,” said Nelson Leafs President, Russell Stocks.“(So) it was quite an easy decision to have him back next year.”Shaw did not have the easiest of starts behind the bench.Arriving in Nelson after most teams had already held spring camps, Shaw was behind the eight ball from the start.That transferred onto the ice where Nelson started the KIJHL season winless in four games. What was tough about those losses, everyone setback came at the hands of Murdoch Division opponents.There was the suspension to Shaw seven games into the season for using “non-approved – by Hockey Canada – players.”But Shaw quickly turned the ship around, leading the Leafs to third spot in the Murdoch Division with mostly a team filled with rookies.“Chris has demonstrated that he has the ability to grow, adapt and move forward and ultimately brought this team made up of over 75% rookies to a better than .500 record after starting the season with 4 straight losses,” Stocks explained. “ That is no small accomplishment, and Chris should be proud.”Nelson, 24-21-0-3, concludes the regular season with a home-and-home series Friday and Saturday at the NDCC Arena against Creston Valley Thunder Cats.The Leafs open the Murdoch Division semi final series Tuesday, Feb. 15 in Fruitvale against the Nitehawks. Game two goes Wednesday with the series shifting to the NDCC Arena Friday, Feb. 18 and Saturday, Feb. 19.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

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Cats’ Strand earns honourable mention in monthly player award

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsKiana Strand of the Kootenay Wildcats earned honourable mention status for the month of February as the B.C. Hockey Female AAA League announced its player of the month award.Strand, of Invermere, lost out to Megan Spooner of the Prince George Cougars in balloting.The Cougar netminder, Spooner, scored a shutout of league leading Okanagan Rockets to earn the award.Tara Bouvette of the Rockets joined Strand in the honourable mention category.The Wildcats staged a brief rally at the end of the season to secure third place in league standings and a date against the Fraser Valley Phantom in semi final playoff action.Kootenay travels to the Fraser Valley for a best-of-three series March 18-20.The teams played to a pair of ties in games last weekend in Nelson.Meanwhile, Prince George travels to Vancouver Friday to meet the Fusion in quarterfinal action. The winner advances to the semi final against Okanagan.Semi final winners advance to the league final March 25-27 at the team with the highest regular season standing.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

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Too much Selects as Nelson captures gold south of the border

first_imgNelson Selects rang up a 20 spot on opposition goalkeepers to capture the top prize in the U11 Boy’s Division at the 18th Annual 3 Blind Refs Soccer Tournament Sunday in Kalispell, Montana.Nelson dumped Idaho Thunder from Post Falls 3-1 in the gold medal contest to sweep the competition south of the 49th parallel.“It was a great way for the boys to end the weekend after playing so well, and it was a fun tournament for the coaches, players, and parents that made the trip to Montana” said Nelson co-coach Kerry Dyck. “(Players) battled hard every game, and the perfect record was a total team effort.”Leading 1-0 in the final at the half on a goal by Jaden Dyck, the Selects put the game away on goals by Angus Paterson and Milo Baranyai Sheppard.A late defensive breakdown allowed the Thunder to capitalize and score a goal, but it wasn’t enough as Nelson held on for a 3-1 win.Nelson opened the tournament by thrashing Polson FS of Polson, Montana 8-1.Baranyai Sheppard was a beast on the offensive end counting four goals while Paterson added a pair.Thomas Baxter and Aidan Mushumanski completed the scoring Nelson.Nelson made it 2-0 in pool play by scoring a 4-0 shutout the Idaho Thunder.“We didn’t know what to expect from the boys in the second game because of the late start and the fact that a lot of them were interested in the score of the Canucks game that they were missing,” said Nelson co-coach James Baxter, “but they stuck to the game plan and started with defending first.”Baranyai Sheppard paced the Nelson attack by scoring a hat trick with Josh Yasek adding a single.Jacob Erickson registered the shutout in goal for Nelson.Nelson advanced to the final by stopping Kootenay South Warriors of Trail 5-1.Once again the Selects were able to dial up the offence. Ernesto Archambault started the assault with, Jaden Dyck off a long distance kick making it 2-0. Yasek and Baranyai Sheppard, with a pair, completed the scoring for Nelson.The coaches singled out the defensive play of Jesse Thurston, Thomas Baxter and Josh Yasek as being particularly solid, with the offensive play of Milo Baranyai Sheppard, Angus Paterson, and Jaden Dyck being equally impressive.  Selects next tournament is the Canada Day weekend in Rutland.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

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World’s top snowboarders set to descend on Baldface for second Red Bull Ultra Natural

first_imgRed Bull Ultra Natural is the only event that brings together the most accomplished big-mountain freeriders, who fine-tune jaw-dropping film segments and first descents deep in the backcountry, with the current crop of freestyle riders raising the bar in the park and pipe.With three distinct sections of the course designed to show off each athlete’s strength and individual discipline, the event aims to serve-up a day of snowboard competition beyond anyone’s wildest imagination. The brainchild of Travis Rice, Red Bull Ultra Natural creates the dream snowboard run located within the 32,000 acre tenure of Canada’s premier snowcat operation, Baldface Lodge. On the 45+ degree slope nicknamed “Scary Cherry,” a new wider start area and more line options will create more diversity for the riders in 2013.More than 80 existing features have been refined and additional creative hips and objects have been placed on-course to create transitional riding elements in between the upper tree-line jumps and pillow lines, the middle section’s super-kicker, and the natural jib and jump section near the finish. The single day competition ensures that the event takes place under only the best possible conditions – a mix of deep powder, good sunlight, and safe conditions. Snowboarding legends Jamie Lynn and Peter Line will join Temple Cummins, Andy Hetzel and Head Judge Tom Burt this year as they base scores on an overall impression of the riders’ two runs, with the best run counting towards the win. A shift of almost two weeks later in the season will help ensure that sunlight on the NorthEast slope will last across all 32 runs.Fans in the U.S. can tune-in to NBC on March 30th at 1:30 p.m. ET/10:30 a.m. PT to catch Red Bull Ultra Natural presented by Nike Snowboarding.  The show airs as part of the Red Bull Signature Series, an action sports property featuring some of Red Bull’s top events including Dreamline, Wake Open and Rampage. The Red Bull Signature Series is the most progressive and innovative action sports property in the world, featuring surfing, snowboarding, mountain biking, skiing, BMX, wakeboarding and motorsports events. For more information, please visit www.redbullsignatureseries.com. To watch the event trailer and learn more about Red Bull Ultra Natural, please visit www.redbull.com/ultranatural. Last year Travis Rice used home course advantage to capture the Red Bull Ultra Natural.No wonder, he designed the course.Later this month — February 15-21 — Rice is inviting eight new riders to the challenge of an updated course design to crown the world’s best all-around snowboarder at Nelson’s Baldface Lodge.“This event was created as the highest echelon of competitive snowboarding. It draws on all aspects and a lifetime of accumulated snowboarding skill and knowledge,” said event creator and pro snowboarder Travis Rice.“Entering into its second year at Baldface Lodge, Red Bull Ultra Natural will provide an even further evolved platform for the heaviest continuous lines ever ridden. Now that riders have an idea of what to expect, there is no doubt the governor is coming off.”Rice is joined by 15 of the world’s top riders.last_img read more

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Joseph brothers spark Grads 2004-06 to Blair D’Andrea Memorial Bomber Alumni Tournament title

first_imgThe Grads 2007-10 qualified for the championship by winning its final game of the round robin.The Grads 2007-10 held a lead with four minutes remaining in the game but lost the lead when a late run fueled by David Joseph and solid defense down the stretch allowed the Grad 2004-2006 to claim the finale.The winners included David and Florian Joseph, Jake Phelan, Braden Klein, Galen Taylor, Mark Dodsworth, Ian Hardie, Jesse McLaughlin, Luigi Mastrobuono.The Grads 2007-10 consisted of Cody and Ben Poirier, Matt and Ben Irving, Brendan and Jordan Melanson, Kean Silverthorn, Jim Stephenson, and Mitch Kobayashi.The tournament, attracting 42 players, raised more than $1,200 for the Blair D’Andrea Alumni Scholarship Society fund supporting post-secondary athletes and grassroots basketball development.Contributions to the fund can be made at any Royal Bank Canada branch or electronically with email money transfer via Bomber.Alumni@gmail.com.Please contact Bomber.Alumni@gmail.com for more information or inquiries. Grads 2004-06 overcame a late game deficit to edge the Grads 2007-10 64-54 in the inaugural Blair D’Andrea Memorial Bomber Alumni Tournament Boxing Day at the L.V. Rogers Hangar.The annual Boxing Day event was changed to the Blair D’Andrea Memorial Bomber Alumni Tournament after the former LVR coach and teacher died suddenly earlier this year.The winners went through the round robin draw undefeated, meeting a tired Grads 2007-10 squad in the final.last_img read more

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Players soaking up the hoop sport at 2016 Bomber Basketball Camp

first_imgCampers are perfecting the art of basketball fundamentals, including shooting, passing and ball handling skills.There will be 1-on-1, 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 competitions through the week and prizes throughout the day.The camp is a springboard into youth basketball development in the Nelson area, with players attending from Rossland, Castlegar and the Heritage City.Younger players interested in taking up the sport will be interested in the Steve Nash Youth Basketball, which is slated to make a return in the fall.For complete information — membership Includes: Basketball, Reversible Jersey, T-Shirt, Basketball BC membership including supplementary insurance coverage — as well as online registration, go to Nelson Basketball website or  or contact Jeremy Phelan (250-777-3318, jer.phelan@gmail.com) Players between the ages of nine to 15 — Grades 4 to 9 — are soaking up the hoop sport this week at the 2016 Bomber Basketball Camp in the Hangar of the L.V. Rogers High School.The camp has run daily this week, concluding Thursday.last_img read more

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