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Disability rights In schools are civil rights too!

Disability rights In schools are civil rights too!
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), was signed into law on July 26. 1990. More than fifty million Americans have some kind of physical, cognitive, sensory, or mental disability. The ADA’s extensive provisions for employment, state and local governments, transportation,public accommodations, and telecommunications, has helped end discrimination towards those with disabilities tremendously. Congress' concern to eliminate intentional and benign discrimination against disabled individuals is evident in the findings and purpose of the ADA. 42 U.S.C. § 12101.

Fire in the sky (tales of Sacramento firemen)

Fire in the sky (tales of Sacramento firemen)

Celebrate our courageous and colorful firemen, from the early days of horse-driven volunteer companies to our modern professionals. Hear about bravery and knavery, buckets and brawls, hooks and ladders, floods and of course, fires. Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. Sacramento Historic City Cemetery, 1000 Broadway. (916) 448-0811 for info. FREE; donations welcome!

 

BOOK RELEASE! [FIND YOUR MOJO] 52 WEEKS TO TRANSFORMATION, INSPIRATION AND FITNESS

BOOK RELEASE! [FIND YOUR MOJO] 52 WEEKS TO TRANSFORMATION, INSPIRATION AND FITNESS

I am so excited to share my life-long passion of health and wellness with you!  Here is a small excerpt from my book.  Come with me on an amazing journey and get your copy today here!

Lorri Ann Code

 

 

Celebrating New Year's Day

Though this isn't a local band, I believe any Sacramentan can surely appreciate this awesome New Year's Day song!

Check out our shared social media posts below and add your own!! 

Thanks to Hurts for a great song and for Kanal von EleonorePrinz for sharing this great video on youtube.

2014 Weekly Challenge #35: You with YOU

2014 Weekly Challenge #35: You with YOU

2014 Weekly Challenge #35: You with YOU

 

This week's post comes from a friend of Lorri Ann's, who talks about the most important relationship in our lives...

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You with You from Cheryl Richardson:

Last night, while having a small dinner party, I listened in on a conversation between my dear friends, Nancy and Max, as they discussed the joys of living alone.

Get Back to Work: Business Cards

Get Back to Work: Business Cards

In my upcoming book, Get Back to Work: Smart and Savvy Real-World Strategies to Make your Next Career Move, the fourth chapter – Business Cards – shares ideas about what to put on a business card and where to print them. 

Here is an excerpt from the book:

Business cards (also referred to as networking cards) are not only for those employed by businesses. Anyone seeking a new opportunity should have a business card. They are a great networking tool, so have them ready and use them.

There are many different places where you can have business cards printed. Try www.vistaprint.com and www.gotprint.net on the Internet, or use a local print shop. You can also purchase business cards at an office supply store, a Wal-Mart, or a Target. Microsoft Word can even be used to create and print them.