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|Job Position and Description:||Mail Hauler Positions
Federal Postal Run, local and regional.
CDL is required.
Military Veterans are highly encouraged to apply.
Clean driving record and background.
Health and wellness included in hourly rate $20+.
Solo and Team.
Pushing and pulling cart from inside the truck to the post office.
Picking up carts from the post office and loading them on the truck.
Driver will deliver and pick up carts of mail for various post offices.
To apply www.cdsdrivers.com
POC Eddie Gall 623-223-1929
|Address:||13817 W. Van Buren St.|
|Zip / Post Code:||85392|
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February 22, 2017
VETERAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT 2017-1
The Southwest Veterans Foundation (SWVF) is the charitable arm of the Southwest Veterans Chamber of Commerce. The SWVF will award its next round of college scholarships to eligible Veterans (or eligible Veteran spouse/child) during May 2017. This scholarship may be used for tuition, books, classroom supplies, room and board, and other direct fees levied by the educational institution coincident to college enrollment and attendance. The scholarship will be paid to the college for deposit in the student’s account
Scholarship application. Application attached. Completed applications with all required documentation must be submitted in a single package by Apr 24, 2017 to:
Southwest Veterans Foundation
Attn: College Scholarship Selection Committee
3820 W. Happy Valley Rd.
Glendale, AZ 85310
SWVF Point of Contact. Tom Sheets, email@example.com, 623.238.2914
The Southwest Veterans Foundation (SWVF) announced the winners of its 2016-2 Veteran Scholarship Awards today. Craig Bal and Alexia Roberts, both from the University of Arizona, were selected from among applicants for these scholarship awards. They will receive their $1,000 scholarships in public ceremonies at a date to be determined between them and the SWVF.
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As we stepped into the month of November we were well on our way into the flurry of activities that surround the months of November, December and January.
These months represent the intended immersion with family, friends, and co-workers into a spiral that starts with feelings of thanks, blessings and ends with the New Year of expectations.
However, not everyone is on board with these elated feelings of anticipation, excitement, joyfulness and the possibility of new beginnings.
Holiday Blues and Depression can be akin to each other but they can also be very independent of each other.
Holiday Blues can stem from lack of funds, perceived expectations, demand on an already full time schedule and possibly the realization of being alone in a time of couples, families and group encounters.
Depression can best be described in this quote: “Depression is living in a body that is fighting to survive with a mind that tries to die”.
This type of depression is one that is being fought on a daily basis but is magnified during this “holiday season”. All thoughts of what you lack, how defeated you feel, the anger you hold, the disappointment that you can’t move past and the desire to change this feeling seem to scream as you stand in your own silence.
So today I offer you five little steps to nourish who you are, because you see, self love is calling out to you. Step back from all the hustle and bustle, reel yourself back in, take a few deep breaths and take a stand to protect yourself from all that overwhelms you.
1. Don’t go where you are uncomfortable…….but challenge yourself to say “yes” to one activity in this season that you previously would have said “no” to.
2. Remember that this years holiday is like no other……just like yesterday is not like today. Don’t drag the past into the now.
3. If there is a family member or someone else that you find judgmental towards you……..steer clear of them. Take power in choosing not to attend the event. Your comfort level should be important to you!
4. Find low cost activities to do. Window shopping on a Sunday afternoon or taking an evening ride to view the lights outside of your neighborhood. Play music you find up lifting, rent a season of a TV show you want to revisit, grab a bowl of popcorn, cozy clothes, and enjoy!
5. Rest……Sleep……Cry…….Journal……Scream……..and …….Pray.
Rest because we all need it to rejuvenate our bodies.
Sleep because sometimes we need the silence of slumber to close our minds and heal our thoughts.
Cry because a tear will flush out things deep within the soul. And as that tear runs down your face, it looses it’s grip on your mind.
Journal if you can, one word, five, or pages. Sometimes we need to release what binds. After you have written what you want, roll it up and burn it. Release it into the abyss.
Scream…….yes I said scream. When the pain inside is contained for to long the grumblings become louder and louder. Release them. In a whimper, in a scream or in the roar of a lion! Your choice….your magnitude.
Pray……to whomever it is that holds your power force. Pray loud so that YOU hear what it is that you need. Sometimes our prayers seem to go unanswered but in reality they have yet to be spoken. It is not only important for your power force to hear your prayer, it is also important for YOU to hear your prayer. Say what you mean…..mean what you say. Ask for help….Pray for guidance…..Pray to conquer the mind that wants to die.
I will pray for you also. I don’t want you to die. I don’t need to know you to love you, or to want to help you move past your pain. I will stand and chant for you, scream for you but you need to stand with me, along side of me. And as we stand there, others will join and together we will become strong, viable, and nurtured.
***Melinda Salem is an Holistic Wellness Practitioner. You can visit her website at MelindaSalem.com
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Making New Traditions
The loss of my son Joel Alan McNeil was devastating to me. It left a hole in my family that could never be filled.
I have chosen to add a new holiday tradition to my life. This new tradition is a remembrance service where I give a picture of my wonderful son Joel and words of love in honor of his life.
I join with other families and honor them as well. I still am sad, yet I am also joyful as I celebrate his life.
The Southwest Veterans Foundation (SWVF) announced the winners of its two annual service awards today.
Ken Speer, President of the Foundation Board of Directors, made the official announcement. “We are pleased to
announce that Southwest Gas and Project Veterans Pride are the recipients of the Annual Patriots Shield and Lincoln Awards respectively.”
Here Are 10 Restaurants!
Restaurants With Military Discounts
Discount amount varies by location, but it’s usually around 15%.
Participating DQ locations offer 10% off your order.
Denny’s 10% discount is available to “first responders” — which includes active-duty military personnel.
Show your military ID and get 10% off an endless buffet dinner at Golden Corral.
Mondays are discount days for military members, police officers and firefighters — and the 15% off applies to your whole table!
Discount amount varies by location, but it can be as much as 20%.
Show your military ID to your server and get 10% off your entire meal.
In the mood for some Asian food? Active-duty personnel can enjoy a 10% military discount at this nationwide chain.
In addition to sending free coffee overseas for troops, Dunkin’ offersVeterans Advantage members 10% off on online orders.
Present a valid ID and ask for a manager at The Home of the Whopper and get 10% off at participating locations.
9133 NW Grand Ave., Suite 1 | Peoria, AZ 85345 | W: (623) 583-2417, C: (623) 298-9233 |
Jason Barlow is currently President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona (HFHCAZ). He
assumed this position in November 2015 after working as a non-profit consultant. HFHCAZ is the
country’s most productive and successful Habitat affiliate of 1600 organizations nation-wide. Its
Christian mission of eliminating poverty housing is widely embraced by community organizations,
corporations and valley residents. We partner with over 300 families and 10,000 volunteers each year to
provide decent, affordable housing.
Prior to moving to Arizona, in Sep 2013, Jason was an executive with St Francis Hospital and Health
Centers (SFHHC) in Poughkeepsie, NY for nine years. SFHHC was a non-profit Catholic community
hospital operated by the Sisters of St Francis of Assisi. St Francis had an operating budget of
approximately$120M with a staff of over 1200. While primarily serving as a VP of offsite Clinical and
Support Services, Jason’s final role at SFHHC was as their President and CEO.
Jason is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the USAF. He served on elite military staffs at the Pentagon
was a squadron commander and piloted the U-2 Reconnaissance aircraft. Jasonalso held leadership
positions in a for-profit telecommunications company and in the federal government working for The
Department of Homeland Security, shortly after its formation. He has two master’s degrees, one in public
administration and the other in military history and strategy. He was a volunteer member of the YMCA
and a 42-year member of the Boy Scouts of America where he served as both a Council and Area
President. He was recognized as a National Outstanding Eagle Scout in 2012. He has served on many
boards for volunteer, professional and advocacy organizations and is currently on the development
committee for the Desert Botanical Gardens, the Board of the Desert Highlands Homeowners Association
and is President of the Elkhaven Property Owners Association. He is the immediate past CEO Liaison for
the Arizona Healthcare Executives Board and was a member of the Dutchess County Economic
Jason and his wife, Dr. Jane Barlow,live in Scottsdale and enjoy golf, biking, hiking, kayaking, cooking