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JustGoods Newsletter, September 28, 2017

Fall Activities JustGoods Fair Trade Marketplace NewsletterNewsletter for Week of Sept  27, 2017

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YMCA Promotes Falls Prevention Day, September 22, 2017

Don't Let a Fall Hold You Back
On the 10th Anniversary of National Falls Prevention Awareness Day, YMCA of Rock River Valley Shares Risk Factors Rockford, IL - September 22 is National Falls Prevention Awareness Day and the YMCA of Rock River Valley is joining the National Council on Aging (NCOA) and the Falls Free Coalition for 10 Years Standing Together to Prevent Falls,a day of action to help raise awareness and prevention of falls. Each year, it's estimated that one out of three Americans aged 65 or older will suffer a fall, leaving many of these adults with a fear of falling that can cause them to limit physical activities. This leads to reduced mobility and diminished quality of life, and actually increases their risk of falling. In addition, as the population ages falls put an immense strain on the health care system, with the financial toll expected to reach $67.7 billion by 2020. The good news is that falls are preventable. With a focus on healthy aging, th…

JustGoods Highlights for party Saturday 9/23

Music to Celebrate our Anniversary JustGoods Fair Trade Marketplace NewsletterNewsletter for Week of Sept  20, 2017

Here is a sample of the wonderful music that will be playing in the background as we enjoy our party!

Emerald Wind  

Brian Boru's March

Espinosa and Coffee
David playing "Two of Us" by the Beatles

Paul Bronson  
Sample Paul Bronson Acoustic

Secret Serenade  
Wicked Game

These muscians are playing free of charge just to support Just Goods' mission and to celebrate our 11 years in business. What a wonderful gift.

Bring our kids and grand kids for face painting!

Giveaways for Saturday are from:

*Rockford Art Deli
*Nicholson Hardware
*Katie's Cup
*Burpee Museum Center
*Discover Center Museum

Thanks to all of these supportive, local businesses.

We are all so excited to spend time with you on Saturday. We are sure you will like the food, music, giveaways and shopping.

See you in 3 days!

AN ENTERTAINMENT FEAST - Robert Post, September 23, 2017


DATE: September 15, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Richard Daniels - Lori Grinnell - Phone: 608-325-5700 or 888-596-1249 GET READY FOR AN ENTERTAINMENT FEAST MONROE, WI – Matt Lauer of the Today show said, "I like him because he's insane, completely insane."  The New York Times has written, "He merits a place on anybody's all-star team of the goofily gifted."  They are speaking of the one-and-only, Robert Post. Robert Post's one-man variety show, "Post Comedy Theatre," serves up a delightful entertainment feast of hilarious proportions.  It's an act unlike anything you've ever experienced.  Post will bring his lightning-fast pace, meticulously crafted sketchesfilled with bumblers, dreamers, and cartoonish heroes of every kind, flawless timing, and sidesplitting improvisation to the Monroe Arts Center stage on Saturday, Septemb…

JustGoods Weekly Newsletter - September 15, 2017

It's time to PARTY!! JustGoods Fair Trade Marketplace NewsletterNewsletter for Week of Sept  15,2017

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JustGoods Weekly Newsletter, Week of Sept 11

Look What is Really New and Exciting! JustGoods Fair Trade Marketplace NewsletterNewsletter for Week of Sept  11, 2017

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News from Senator Steve Stadelman - Stadelman bills signed into law

Governor signs four Stadelman bills into law
New Stadelman law protects patients from missing vital medications Illinois pharmacists now have the discretion to dispense vital medication to patients when a refill isn't immediately available through a doctor under a law signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner. Stadelman discussed the legislation at a news conference Thursday at the University of Illinois College of Pharmacy in Rockford. Senate Bill 1790 gives pharmacists the ability to refill a doctor's prescription in emergencies when the pharmacist believes disrupting medication would harm the patient. Joining Stadelman for the announcement was his son Nikolas, a Type 1 diabetic whose close call while on a family vacation at Yellowstone National Park provided the impetus for the legislation. Nikolas Stadelman, a Guilford High School sophomore who was 13 at the time, recounted how he coped without insulin for 36 hours when his parents' best efforts to refill his prescription over the…