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Inspire Montebello! Inspire, Montebello!
February 14, 2013
Happy Valentine's Day, everyone.
"Tim was so learned, that he could name a horse
in nine Languages.
So ignorant, that he bought a cow to ride on."
Funny, but also a commentary on what our children are
learning these days?
Drop off your "e-waste".
In order to create a
cleaner environment for our community, the Montebello chamber of
Commerce is hosting an electronic waste (e-waste) recycling collection
event on Saturday and Sunday, February 23 and 24, in the parking lot of
Taylor Ranch Park, 737 North Montebello Boulevard, from 9:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. The event is a free service to city residents and businesses
... For more detailed information on the event, or qualified e-products,
contact Salvatrice Cummo at the Montebello Chambe of Commerce, (323)
721-1153. From Spotlight on Montebello, February, 2013.
Business expo coming. The Montebello Chamber of Commerce is
proud to be able to promote the business community through our annual
Business Expo. It not only provides networking opportunities for our
participating members, but also helps build a strong local economy.
This dynamic event will be held on Thursday, April 4, from 2:00 to 6:00
p.m. at the Quiet Cannon, 901 Via San Clemente, Montebello. ... For more
information or reservations, go to www.montebellochmber.org
or call (323) 721-1153. Space is on a first-come, first-served basis, so
get your reservation in today! From Spotlight
on Montebello, February, 2013.
Interesting ideas. Worth watching. “Edi Rama: Take Back Your City with Paint”,
And the air does not have to be hot? “What Fuels Peugeot’s Latest Car? Air”,
Making the most of available space. “Softwalks: Turning Scaffolding into Pop-up Parks”,
And soft to the touch? “Levi’s Launches New Waste<Less Jeans Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles”,
“The SEED Project: Portable, Sustainable Classrooms That Teach Kids About The Environment”
Worth the price? “Bicimetro Eco Bahn: Elevated Bike Tunnels Let Cyclists Soar Above Congested City Traffic”,
More uses for cardboard than we imagine? “Cardboard Paperpedic Bed Can Support the Weight of 22 People!”,
Combine science and theater to for more effective teaching? “Wonderful Life With the Elements Imagines the Periodic Table as People”,
Would it not be wonderful if an innovation originated in Montebello and went across the
country? “With 300 Kiosks In 20 States, Device Recycler EcoATM Secures $40M In Debt Financing To Go Nationwide”,
Those 3D printers again. “Crayon Creatures, Turns Your Children’s Art Into 3D Printed Sculptures”,
What is your solution? “Infographic: How Much Food Nearly 7 Billion People Waste”,
Are we encouraging our youth to seek solutions? “Watch This Video Of Robots Harvesting Space Junk”,
“Taking College Classes in High School Keeps Low Income Kids on Track”
Mistakes which a doctor's office might make when taking your blood
pressure. “Normal or Not? Reading Your Blood Pressure”, http://www.drdavidwilliams.com/normal-or-not-reading-your-blood-pressure?key=199889&utm_campaign=Multi-Product&utm_source=loy-email-all&utm_medium=email-Eletter&utm_content=williams-eletter-012813&sm_mid=284305&sm_rid=284305.10301.68419#axzz2JOO7MwBr
What, then, should we do to increase happiness in Montebello?
“Cyclists are the happiest of us all”,
“Video Maps Of The World’s Bike Lanes Let You Preview Your Ride”
Why pop a pill when you can feel better by reading a book?
... In the wake of a study showing that “self-help reading can help people with common mental health conditions,” the Society of Chief Librarians and the nonprofit Reading Agency came up with a list of 27 books to make you feel better. “It is hoped those with ‘mild to moderate’ mental health conditions will try out the idea before turning to prescription drugs -- many of which can have unpleasant side effects,” the Daily Mail writes. Most of the books on the list, however, are not “self-help” book at all, but works of fiction, history and memoir that have strong literary qualities and that are especially hopeful in their portrayal of the human condition. ...
“Reading for Mental Health, but Not Self-Help',
“Heartbreak Can Take a Physical Toll”
“Superfoods for Super Health”
“Multiple Benefits of Multivitamins”
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