March 30, 2010
Grand Ridge Brownie Troop sells the most cookies
For the second straight year, Brownie Troop 2735 at Grand Ridge Elementary School sold the most boxes for the GSWW Operation Cookie Drop program.
Operation Cookie Drop allows cookie customers to purchase Girl Scout cookies and donate them to military personnel. Through Operation Cookie Drop, girls and customers can learn the importance of giving back to their community and, in some small way, thank deserving military personnel.
Pictured are: (front, from left) Daniela Moretsky, Megana Shivakumar, Emma Mezera, Mackenzie Olson and Alexandra Morrey; (middle, from left) Ella McKillop, Ava Bishop, Alexandria Romei and Malia Murphy; (back, from left) Tori Howe and Kelly Hodder. Not pictured is Alexis Archuleta.
Author’s exercises recognized by national magazines
Issaquah movement specialist Anita Boser’s free online publication, “7 Undulations to Relieve Office Tension” (http://undulationexercise.com/books.htm), is being featured in two national magazines, BodySense and Massage & Bodywork Magazine.
The spring/summer issue of BodySense highlights the “Reverse the Slouch” undulation as an exercise to strengthen the spine. “Free Your Shoulders” undulation is featured in the Fingertips for Clients section of the May/June issue of Massage and Bodywork Magazine.
Both publications target readers that are interested in massage and a holistic, healthy lifestyle.
Learn more about undulations by going to www.undulationexercise.com.