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Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone

Transition for most people is hard, even if it’s a positive change. Stepping out of your comfort zone takes courage whether it’s for your business or in your personal life.  There are some people who are willing to continue to operate like they have for years. But our landscape is changing at a rapid pace and change is inevitable. Instead of resisting change, embrace it because what you resist persists. Push yourself by taking a baby step; you’ll be amazed at what you or your business can do!

It’s Official: Santa Retires and Moves Into Riderwood Retirement Community

It’s Official: Santa Retires and Moves Into Riderwood Retirement Community

After hundreds of years of hard work, Santa Claus has decided to hang up his jingle bells, park his reindeer, close the woodshop and retire.  Old St. Nick sold his North Pole residence, downsized and moved into retirement paradise at Riderwood retirement community in Silver Spring, MD,  (www.RiderwoodVillage.us ) where he is experiencing life as never before.      

In a new candid video chronicling his retirement experiences, Santa’s up close and personal moments with neighbors are captured as never before.   While he may have been looking forward to his retirement years, the man in the red suit is shown to be having trouble adapting to life below the North Pole. 

PGPD And Takoma Park Church To Provide Thanksgiving Meals

PGPD And Takoma Park Church To Provide Thanksgiving Meals

The Prince George’s County Police Department is partnering with Our Lady of Sorrow Catholic Church to distribute Thanksgiving Day meals to the community.  The meals will be provided at the District I COPS office in Langley Park. This marks the 13th year that this event takes place.

The event begins at 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 22 at The Community Oriented Police Services Office located at 8011 New Hampshire Ave. in Langley Park, Md.

Members of Our Lady of Sorrow Catholic Church and Prince George's County Police officers, command staff and Assistant Cheif Keven Davis will be in attendance.

Post by: Prince George's County Police Dept. Blog

 

The Fillmore To Host Free Thanksgiving Lunch In Silver Spring, Md.

The Fillmore To Host Free Thanksgiving Lunch In Silver Spring, Md.

The Fillmore in Silver Spring, Md. will be hosting its first annual "Giving Thanks" event this Thanksgiving Day. The venue will offer free lunch for those in need from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Fillmore is also accepting donations of non-perishable food items, clothes, and toiletries until 6 p.m on Wednesday, Nov. 21.  You can drop off your donations at the venue located at 8656 Colesville Rd. in Silver Spring,

The Fillmore is seeking event volunteers if interested call 301-960-9999.

Greenspring Donates 800 Turkeys with Funds Raised from 10th Annual Turkey Trot

Greenspring Donates 800 Turkeys with Funds Raised from 10th Annual Turkey Trot

On Friday, November 16, Greenspring residents and staff participated in the retirement community’s 10th Annual Turkey Trot, raising money to provide Thanksgiving turkeys to area families in need.  Greenspring’s wellness and fitness staff organize the event each year, which continues to grow annually, according to Greenspring’s Wellness Manager, Brad Hibbs. 

“So many of the residents recognize that they are fortunate and are willing to help,” said Hibbs. “They are incredibly generous.”

Four Washington, D.C.-area mission organizations are receiving turkeys from Greenspring this year including SOME (So Others Might Eat)Central Union MissionGospel Rescue Ministries, and Southeast White House.  

Myra Dorsey Turns Tragedy into a Page Turner

Myra Dorsey Turns Tragedy into a Page Turner

At some point, we all face adversity and challenging times. But what we choose to do with the lessons we learn through them can make a world of difference. For Myra Dorsey, author of the book “Benefit of the Doubt,” she has taken her struggles and turned them into a page-turning book that helps others learn how to change their mindset in order to change their life.

“People are brought up to believe and aspire to many different things, and our lives can take many different directions,” explains Myra Dorsey. “We may get caught in traps of thinking one way when, in order to overcome challenges and live our lives to the fullest, we need to be willing to change the way we think.”