The game of pickleball is the latest rage in South Jersey and has a growing following in Pennsauken - especially for seniors. Pickleball is taught and played at the Browning Road and Chestnut Avenue courts on Thursdays at 4:30-6:30 and Saturdays at 10:30-12:30. Pickleball is a sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong that can be played both indoors and outside by all ages.
Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, will be the keynote speaker at the Camden County Women’s Health Expo on Saturday, May 18th. This FREE event is presented by the Camden County Board of Freeholders and will take place from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Camden County College Blackwood campus. This year, we will tackle public health crises from gun violence and the opioid epidemic to the prominence of heart disease in women. Don’t miss this empowering and enlightening day that will have you seeing life in a whole new way. Register today.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Friday that the recall includes cut watermelon, honeydew and cantaloupe produced by Caito Foods LLC. A total of 93 people in nine states have reported experiencing symptoms after consuming the fruitThe fruit has been sold under various brands or labels at Kroger, Walmart, Trader Joe's, Target and Whole Foods. Health officials advise consumers to check packaging to determine if the melon was distributed by Caito Foods, and, if so, not to eat it. They advise stores to pull the products from shelves.
Experience and learn about natural health and wellness in your community. We'll have a variety of options and experiences. Learn how you can take care of your body and soul in a natural way. Meditation, reiki, reflexology, acupressure, Asian bodywork, and more are excellent ways to decompress and de-stress. Customers will receive complimentary shopping bags with goodies while supplies last and also have an opportunity to enter and win this basket of goodies.
Shannon's Fitness is a new studio at 13 North Centre that offers personal training sessions for people looking to change their lifestyle, gain more stamina, lose weight and/or break through barriers using a variety of different classes, formats and exercises. You choose which class fits your needs and join us to keep burning fat, lifting endorphins and melting some stress away. Group classes include: Boot Camp, Cardio-Kickboxing, Total Body Conditioning or Pilates. Private and semi-private personal training sessions. Owner, Shannon McKeown, has been teaching group fitness for 25 years. She is a AAAI/ISMA certified Total Body Strength & Conditioning, Cardio-Kick Boxing and Mat Pilates II instructor. Also certified through AAAI/ISMA in Personal Training and renews her CPR/AED training bi-annually.
The FDA issued a warning to consumers to discard their Bauer’s Candies “Modjeskas” — an individually wrapped marshmallow candy covered in chocolate or caramel — as the treats may be contaminated with hepatitis A. “We are advising consumers not to eat and to throw away any Bauer’s Candies chocolate or caramel Modjeskas, purchased after November 14, 2018 because a worker in the facility tested positive for hepatitis A,” the FDA statement warns. That employee worked at the company until November 23, 2018.
Garlic mustard - a winter edible. The roots of garlic mustard are best gathered when the plants are dormant (in the colder whether), when they are at their most flavorful. They can be used in cooked dishes such as stir fries or stews, but they are probably better used as a condiment. They have a flavor similar to horseradish, though somewhat milder. I have often ground them up in vinegar, with a little sugar added as a substitute for horseradish sauce. However, one of the best ways to use and preserve the roots is to dry them out and grind them into a spicy powder that can be sprinkled on food or used as a flavoring in cooking.
Bill Rube has been involved in the hunter/jumper world most of his life. He and his husband Joe Miraglia live in Merchantville, New Jersey, and Rube works as the executive director for the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Foundation. He celebrated 35 years of sobriety on July 26. "One Year Later: Continuing The Conversation About Addiction" is a follow up piece to an article he penned in The Chronicle of the Horse magazine in October 2017. While Bill is very open about his sobriety, there are many who are still unaware of this. He hopes these articles will help spread a message of hope and strength by starting a conversation and chipping away at the stigma associated with the disease.
Please share and invite Friends! Free Mammograms for uninsured or under-insured residents of Burlington and Camden Counties (ages 40-64). Our mobile mammography van will be in Cherry Hill on October 21st. Please call (856) 247-7388 to sign up. You must be uninsured or under-insured and be at 250% or below federal poverty guidelines. Please note: Virtua requires a minimum of 20 participants in order to host a screening event. Please register in advance so that we have an accurate headcount. Please visit our page Virtua: Free Cancer Screenings to take a look inside the mobile mammography van for guidelines. A $20 Walmart or WaWa Gift card will be given to women who complete their mammograms.
Are you interested in learning about the ancient Indian medical system of Ayurveda and how you can incorporate these practices into your daily life? If so, join us on October 14th for our Fall workshop. We will begin with basic concepts of Ayurveda and move into more specific diet and lifestyle practices for the Fall season. Learn how to use this time tested medicine to prevent illness and optimize health for you and your loved ones. We will have lecture in the morning, followed by a small break for lunch. In the afternoon, we will design and make our own nasya (nasal) oil and abhyanga (massage) oil to take home. Participants must pre-register so there are sufficient materials. Investment: $50 (includes materials fee). *Class will be limited to 12 participants