This week, we're excited to welcome Lee Nutrition - NeoLife Wellness Club Promoter - to the Green Bay News Network!
Lee Nutrition is a Green Bay based business promoting health, fitness, and wellness through whole-food nutrition and exercise. They're proud to offer the complete line of superior quality supplements by NeoLife - a leader in whole-food nutrition since 1958.
According to Michael Lee, Senior Manager and Promoter, this isn't a "diet fad business."
"Our Standard American Diet (SAD) leaves us with many gaps in terms of the nutrition our bodies need in order for each of us to be our best. Some of us need to lose weight, some actually need to gain weight -- without simply putting on layers of fat -- and others need to be sure they're getting the important vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to support a long life and healthy lifestyle."
Lee is especially proud of the fact that the NeoLife line of whole-food supplements are fully researched, tested, and endorsed by the Scientific Advisory Board - a cadre of internationally known and respected scientists who must approve of every product and ingredient prior to any product being released.
"And, the tight scrutiny doesn't end with a product launch. Everything continues to be batch tested on a regular basis to ensure that each product is of uncompromisingly high quality. If any ingredient is found to be lower than the Scientific Advisory Board's exceptionally high standards, the entire batch is rejected -- even if it means a particular supplement goes temporarily unavailable. Purity and itegrity is more important than revenue. That's a company with which I am happy to be associated!"
In celebration of joining the Network, Lee Nutrition is offering a GBNN Exclusive New Member Special:
"Membership in our NeoLife Wellness Club is free with your first order, and this offer makes the deal even sweeter!"
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Heritage Hill State Historical Park in Allouez is excited to announce their new "A Place In History" Tram Tours:
Take a scenic ride on our tram through the park's 55 acres of green space to learn about how Heritage Hill fits into Northeastern Wisconsin's and America's history. Your knowledgeable tour guide will explain the roles that Heritage Hill's beautifully restored buildings and the people involved in them played in history. The tour will include brief stops to visit a few historic areas of the park, but don't worry - you can visit any buildings of interest to you before or after the tour to get more information! Park admission is included in the price of the tram tour!
Reservations are encouraged at least 24 hours in advance, and there is limited seating. Please indicate at time of booking if a wheelchair spot is needed so we can make accommodations.
Saturday and Sundays during our Season:
1 – 2:30 pm
$20 for Adults
$10 for Children
(Daily admission is included in the price of the tour)
Members at the Explorer level and above – 50% discount!
To reserve call 920-448-5150. Tours also available by special request- a great outing for your business or group, or as an addition to your wedding or event room rental!
You can Contact Heritage Hill via email, phone, or fax:
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN SERVING ON A COMMITTEE, BOARD OR COMMISSION?
Applications are being accepted:
Economic Development Committee: meets the 1st Friday of each month at 8:00 a.m. at the Allouez Village Hall. This Committee will act as an advisory committee to the Village Board and staff for the continual improvement of the economic climate in Allouez, consistent with the existing residential character of the community. Primary focus will be placed on business retention, business expansion, business recruitment, and business networking opportunities. (2 alternate members needed)
Historic Preservation Committee: meets the 4th Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm at the Allouez Village Hall. This committee is responsible for designating historic land marks, establishing historic districts, regulating all historic landmarks and all property within each historic district to preserve the historic landmarks and property within the district and the character of the district. (2 members needed)
Board of Appeals: meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 5:15 p.m. at the Allouez Village Hall if petitions are filed by property owners. This Board has 3 alternate members who may be asked to attend a meeting if one of the 5 regular members cannot. This Board is responsible for granting or denying variance requests if a property owner wants to build too close to the lot line. (2 alternate members needed)
Board of Ethics: meets at least once a year and on an as needed basis at the Allouez Village Hall. This Board is responsible for reviewing any ethics complaints filed with them, and reviewing the Village's Ethics Code. (1 regular and 2 alternate members needed)
Plan Commission: meets the 4th Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Allouez Village Hall if items are referred by the Village Board. This Committee also has 3 alternate members who may be asked to attend a meeting if one of the regular members cannot. This Committee is responsible for review of plats, changes in zoning ordinances and recommendations on zoning requests. (1 alternate member needed)
For more information, please contact Debbie Baenen at 448-2800 ext. 111 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For additional information regarding the Village of Allouez, please use the links below, And remember - The Farmers' Market - located in the parking lot of Bellin Health Plaza on Libal Street (Next to Allouez Village Hall), opened on June 15th and will continue weekly, on Thursdays, through October 5th, from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.
1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301 Phone: 920.448.2800
What Stock and Bond Alternatives Do I Have?
Many prudent investors may have at least some of their holdings in stocks, corporate bonds, or both. In fact, when most people think of “investing,” they think of Wall Street and the stock markets.
Many fail to realize that there are a number of ways to invest in stocks besides owning individual shares.
A mutual fund is a collection of stocks, bonds, or other securities. Investors purchase shares of the mutual fund that is managed by a professional investment company.
A typical mutual fund may hold dozens of different securities. That offers some measure of diversification — a sharp decline in an individual security wouldn’t be nearly as damaging to your portfolio as it would be if you only owned a few securities. Diversification is a method used to help manage investment risk; it does not guarantee against loss.
Mutual funds are professionally managed. Fund managers devote their attention to buying and selling securities according to the goals of their funds.
And mutual funds often have a minimum investment of only $1,000 — some will accept even less...
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Craig Siminski is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, with more than 19 years of experience: His goal is to provide families, business owners, and their employees with assistance in building their financial freedom.
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McCormick Assisted Living has openings for Certified Nursing Assistants:
These positions offer benefits, paid vacation, and sick time, as well as an excellent working environment.
If interested please apply in person at 212 Iroquois Ave, Green Bay, WI 54301. No phone calls, please.
McCormick Assisted Living is dedicated to meeting the needs of older adults; as a professional, licensed, Community-based Residential Facility.
Jim Genrich; Administrator, Donna Pasternak; Community Outreach Coordinator, and the entire staff look forward to sharing more with you about McCormick Assisted Living.
Please Click Here for a Contact Form, or call 920-437-0883 for more information.
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This week, Romeo Raabe, "The Long Term Care Guy," shares with us what may be sobering news for many...
Westchester Plaza, the largest assisted living facility in Texas that will accept Medicaid residents is closing their doors. The problem is that Medicaid pays less than the cost to care for you. If too many of the residents end up on Medicaid, they cannot afford to keep the doors open.
Many people here in Wisconsin have told me that they are not concerned about Long-Term Care because Medicaid will take care of them. Others proudly say they gave away the family farm, home, assets so they can go on Medicaid.
If successfully done, you have forced yourself into a broken system that is failing.
Many assisted living facilities will not accept residents unless they can prove finances sufficient to pay for 2 or 3 years. Others will not accept Medicaid at all and require you to sign a statement that you will leave if and when you run out of the ability to pay for your care.
At that point you are in the same boat as those who gave everything away years ago so the government can take care of them. Oh, Medicaid will pay, but if it’s not enough, you will have to search for a place that will take you.
Will it be the nicest place in town, with a waiting list of people who can pay to get it? Not likely. It will probably be the other end of the spectrum. Now you are stuck...
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No matter what the situation involving Long Term Care, planning ahead or already in care, Romeo Raabe can usually help your position. Often it’s just giving some advice. There is never a charge for consulting with The Long Term Care Guy.
For more information, or, If you think you can't afford Long Term Care Insurance, or won't be able to afford Long Term Care when the need arises, give Romeo Raabe a call at 920-884-3030.
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Subs, Fries, and Ice Cream Cones ~ The Stuff of Summer!
While you're out-and-about enjoying your summertime activities, you'll want to be sure to take advantage of these great specials at Awe Sub:
Subs: Free Sub* With the Purchase of Combo Meal
Fries: Free French Fries With Purchase of Any Made-to-Order Sub or Sandwich
Ice Cream Cones: Free Ice Cream Cone* With Purchase of an Ice Cream Cone
Located at 2590 University Avenue in Green Bay, inside of the new & improved Pit Row Store & Shell Station, Awesub offers both Hot and Cold Sub Sandwiches, featuring an amazing variety of delicious meats, cheeses, veggies, and condiments.
Awesub offers Subs, Pizza, Chicken Wings, Sides, Combo Meals, All New Breakfast Sandwiches, and Wraps, and an extensive Ice Cream menu!
You can also Visit Awesub on the Web, or give them a call at 920.884.9996.
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