IA is excited to let you know about a new and fun way to support Imerman Angels. Scared Panda, a Chicago-based t-shirt company, recently created a t-shirt called Chaotic Peace and is donating 10% of the proceeds to our organization.
Chaotic Peace was designed by local artist, Danielle Baird, and symbolizes the art of finding peace in even the most chaotic situations. If you like this t-shirt, we hope you’ll purchase one to help support our cause and share with your friends, family and co-workers. I can already see myself rocking this tee in Saturday morning pilates!
Imerman Angels was at the Health Fair/Grand Opening of the second Doctors Immediate Care location in the Chicagoland area: the perfect, health care solution for families and individuals of all ages, including: those who have an emergency and cannot reach their primary care doctor, are visiting from out of town or are new to the area and currently do not have a doctor. This new location, is located at 2724 W. 47th Street in the Brighton Park neighborhood.
* Convenient walk-in medical care with licensed physicians who are available during extended hours 365 days a year to treat any non-life-threatening illness or injury that needs immediate attention.
* Drug testing and DNA paternity testing.
Why: They recognized the need for accessible, economical medical care, particularly for those patients with minor accidents and illnesses not necessarily requiring the extensive services of a hospital’s emergency department.
The first Doctors Immediate Care Clinic opened in Naperville, IL. on 20th November 2009
Jim Higley, one of IA’s Mentor Angels, writes a humorous column on fatherhood – Bobblehead Dad – for Chicago Tribune’s TribLocal.
His blog contains funny entries, most recently, about his recent marathon run in Rome, snow blowers, being a Dad, and finding his A-game.
Jim recently wrote an article about his 5th Birthday (his cancerversary). He talks about his cancer journey, his experience as a survivor and his new version of normal.
“But, the new normal is also unleashingly good. The new normal comes with the permission to live richer, to speak freely, to cry openly, to make mistakes, to take chances, to say “yes” to new things, and to tell those ‘someones’ in your life just how deep your love is for them.”
Cheers to that, Jim!
Krista Ronai, a member of the IA Database and friend, at the Vatican in Rome.
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“From Surviving to Thriving”, a week-long free telesummit starting April 19-23, is just around the corner. The goal of this free telesummit is to inspire and motivate women who have had breast cancer to redesign their lives, after breast cancer is over, so that they’re joyful, self-expressed and living their purpose.
The national tele-summit will feature 10 amazing women from around the country who have had breast cancer, sharing their inspiring stories of how they took their experience and went onto create extraordinary lives.
Please read the press release and see the video below. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/03/prweb3807784.htm
The link to learn more about the telesummit and sign up is http://tinyurl.com/thrivertelesummit
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