Tuesday, March 22Posted: Updated:
Rural Metro Hiring for more than 100 Arizona Jobs
A national leader in paramedic and community fire protection services, Rural/Metro is looking to hire new employees for its emergency response force. The company is holding a job fair and will be looking to hire as many as 100 people across the Valley and the state of Arizona as many as 70 paramedics, 40 emergency medical technicians and registered nurses and 10 dispatchers.
The job fair will take place Tuesday, March 22, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Rural/Metro's training headquarters, 222 E. Main Street in Mesa.
Applicants are asked to bring an updated resume and other required certifications. To learn more and to see a listing of all jobs, please visit jobs.ruralmetro.com.
Applicants need not be EMT-certified yet, but they must be nearing an EMT degree from an accredited institution.
Kids & Self Defense
The Kidz 'n Power Program partners with parents to help keep kids safe and educate them in ways that will help them cope with the problems they face on a day to day basis.
Helping kids deal with Stranger Danger, Dealing with Bullies, Simple Break Away Self-Defense, Child Abduction Safety Tips. Kids N Power classes available April 16th 9:00 and 11:00 am
Also available- Women's Self Defense class same day for girls about ages 14 and above- teenagers, young women, and adult women.
For more information visit: www.KeenesATA.com
6740 W. Deer Valley Rd.
Glendale, AZ 85310
The Receptivity Project- Make the Connection
"Everyone has intuition and anyone can channel," says Leslie N. Bank, the author of THE RECEPTIVITY PROJECT: Make the Connection. Bank was a lieutenant for the Baltimore Police Department, where she served for almost twenty-five years before she retired. According to Bank, intuition is a basic survival skill that cops constantly rely on. "It keeps us safe by alerting us to danger and giving us clues about how to remain safe, says Bank. “My intuition saved my life on two occasions," she adds.
In THE RECEPTIVITY PROJECT Bank gives readers the tools to turn on your intuition, which is always available but often silenced by reason. "Intuition can always be trusted over logic," says Bank who adds, "If you get an intuitive message about something, you should never ignore it."
Her book explores the mystical aspect of life. According to Bank, just as we are all intuitive, we all have the capability of connecting to the spiritual dimension. Psychics and mediums are born into the range of vibration that allows them to receive messages from spirit easily but we all have the same abilities they have. "Make no mistake, you are now and always have been receiving messages from spirit," says Bank, who helps readers understand the language of spirit and how our guides communicate with us.
Bank provides advice for making the connection with your spirit guides including:
Why balancing your energy through meditation or a walk in the woods is essential to achieve the tranquility needed to make the connection with spirit
Why what you eat has a huge effect on your body and your vibration. Only two types of food can balance your energy and some food, such as sugar, will actually lower your vibration. Food is a game changer that can quickly help you feel more balanced
Why your spiritual health is greatly influenced by your emotions. Negative emotions such as fear, jealousy, hatred, emotional pain, resentment, will lower your vibration and make it difficult to get in touch with the spiritual realm.
Why love, which is the frequency of spirit, will raise your vibration and make it easier to make contact with spirit and why negative emotions will lower your vibration making contact more difficult
Why it is important to ask for what you need. Your spirit guides will do whatever they can do, within the laws under which they operate, to assist you.
There is nothing to fear from making your own connections with spirit. Leslie Bank has provided the guidelines to keep you safely within the light that contains all that is beautiful. Stay focused and be patient. You never know when your breakthrough is coming, so don't stop trying. It's important, and your spirit guides want to reach you.
Bank attempted to channel for a year before she made her first breakthrough. Now it's as easy for her as turning on a light switch. Bank says "the day you connect to the light will be the most amazing day of your life and well worth the effort."
Leslie N. Bank retired from the Baltimore Police Department as a lieutenant after serving for nearly twenty-five years, and now works as a security consultant. Bank graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a Master of Science degree. A Reiki master, Bank has channeled spirits for about five years, beginning with an extraordinary experience with the spirit realm while meditating. She firmly believes that if she can make this profound connection, other willing people can do so too. Bank lives in Columbia, Maryland, with her eight-year-old son.
For more information, please visit: http://www.thereceptivityproject.com/
Easter Egg Deco
There are over 61 million dozen eggs sold in the US around Easter. We're going to show you how to perfectly boil those eggs for perfect doneness, and for perfect coloring and peeling. Present coloring and decorating tips and ideas
Make sure you don't waste those eggs after coloring here’s how to keep them safe to eat. Shelf life of the hard boiled eggs
Hickman's Eggs - The Perfect Hard Boil
For Fresh Eggs off the grocery store shelf:
- In large stock pot bring water to rolling boil
- Fully submerge eggs from fridge (35-48F)
- Small-large sized eggs - 10 minutes
- Extra Large-Jumbo sized eggs - 12 minutes
- Drain and immediately submerge into ice water bath
- If using right as ingredient - Crack and peel eggs immediately. Store in fridge until ready to prepare.
- Peeled eggs are recommended to use in 3-5 days.
- Eggs boiled, left in shell and stored in fridge are recommended use 7-10 days, from boiling.
Easter Egg Coloring tips:
- Store purchased dye kits - follow package details, as dye solutions differ.
- Organic colors - best to keep in natural dyes overnight. So do your coloring Friday evening, March 25th.
The Best organic colors to use for dying eggs:
- Blueberry juice
- Cranberry juice
Unique other dyes to color
- Kool aid packets
- Left over coffee
One last tip:
- Peeled Eggs shells are great to put into
- Compost or sprinkle in raised gardens/beds.
Hickman's Family Farms: www.hickmanseggs.com
Dr. Amy Shah
For more information visit her website: http://amyshahmd.com/
Easter Fashion-Outlets at Anthem
For more information on Outlets at Anthem visit their website: www.outletsanthem.com
Outlets at Anthem
4250 W. Anthem Way
Phoenix, AZ 85086
Tiffany Lee Gaston
For more information visit: www.Tiffanyleegaston.com