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May 7, 2011
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By: Kami Phlipot
General Manager, Mercer
County Chronicle

I have to tell you all just
how lucky I really am…
I have 3 moms and love
them all dearly. Here is just a
tiny bit about why…
My mother Pam Kramer of
Ansonia, she is the strongest
woman I know. My mom
has, as most would say, been
through it all. I know for fact
that she did her very best to
raise us 4 kids, (myself, my
brother and my 2 sisters) and
let me tell you, it was not easy.
I can’t imagine as a mother
of 2 myself having 4 at home
and trying to work, make it
to games and practices and
help on the farm. She always
took the time to make each of
us feel special by spending
one-on-one time with us and
having the 4 of us that was
not easy. I love you, mom,
and thank you for being you.
Happy Mother’s Day!
My step-mom Teresa
Shinn of Winchester, wow
what was she thinking taking
on my dad and his 2 kids
more than 20 years ago. I
think she was thinking, I see
potential here. Teresa is a
caring and loving person and
she has tolerated a lot from
2 teenage step kids over the
years. Though we are not
teenagers any longer, we
have our own kids now, the
step-GRAND kids. Teresa
would do anything for any of
us and we knew this from the
start. She has always made
sure we feel love, and she
has protected us from a lot
of things just like any other
mother would do for their
children. For these and many
other reasons, I am proud to
have Teresa as my step-mom.
Happy Mother’s Day! I love
you!
Last but definitely not
least, my mother-in-law
Deb Phlipot of Versailles. I
know what many of you are
thinking, she is going to talk
about her mother-in-law, this
is going to be good. I have
the best mother-in-law in
the world! Deb and I have
gotten so close and I truly
enjoy spending time with her.
She has always made me feel
like family and that means so
much. I not only have her
as my mother-in-law but as
my dear friend. I consider
myself extremely lucky to
have Deb. Thank you, Deb,
for being you. I love you and
Happy Mother’s Day!
There you see, I have
3 moms; and I know how
lucky I am. Without these
3 wonderful ladies, I don’t
know what I would do. One
thing is for sure, if not for
these 3, I would not be the
woman/mother/wife that I am
today. Happy Mother’s Day
to all the mothers out there.
Wow, 3 Moms!
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For everything that we need
we call mother. To protect us
from all perceivable dangers
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take us out we hold her arms.
To kiss away our wounds we
run to her. And for a warm
hug and love we look for
her. She is the focal point of
our lives, the greatest human
being in the world or should
we say divinity on earth.
On the special occasion of
Mothers Day pay tribute to
your mother - the greatest
blessing of God on you.
There is simply no way
we can ever really thank
mother for all she has done
for us. She is the one who
will be awake all night when
we are sick. Praying to God
to make us well and be ever
ready to bear the pain that we
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we be strong and healthy.
Mothers infact, worry more
for our examinations than
we must. They would take
pains to complete our school
projects leaving all other
works behind while we play
around with friends or just
while away time watching
movies.
On Mothers Day
Apologize to your Mother
Mothers are the one on
whom we put all the blame
for our failures. We would
not hesitate once to point
her single faux pas though
she would not miss even
a slightest opportunity to
praise us. Isn’t it tough to
imagine how she must have
borne our temper tantrums
when we were teenagers.
And how hard we must have
made her life by behaving
so rude and diffcult. And
yet she was so astonishingly
cool. It it easy for the kids
to be so demanding from
parents, specially mothers as
we take her affection and
take so much for granted.
Most often to the extent of
selfshness. Mothers Day is
the right time to apologize
for all the troubles that we
gave to our moms, without
even realizing at most times
how troublesome we must
have been to her.
Celebrate Mothers Day
with your Dear Mother
Mothers Day is the
perfect day to celebrate the
joys of having a mother. It
is the time to make amends
for not being able to spend
quality time with her. So
turn your wrongs right by
making all efforts to give
a perfect Mothers Day to
your mother. Think about
her likes and dislikes about
gifts and idea on celebration
and act accordingly. Strive
to make Mothers Day
absolutely hassle free for
your mother and take the
responsibilities on yourself
for a day. Pamper her a little
on this special day of hers
just as she pampers you all
the year round. Give her a
warm hug and a big kiss
as you wish her a Happy
Mothers Day!
On Mothers Day Thank your Mother
Mothers Day is celebrated
with lot of enthusiasm in over
46 countries across the globe.
Though Mothers Day celebra-
tions take place at different
times around the world what
is remarkably same are the
feelings with which people
celebrate Mothers Day. This
is so because mothers are
as caring in East as they are
in the West. The difference
between mothers from one
part of the world to the other
simply does not exist and so
are the feelings of children.
All over the world people
love to celebrate Mothers
Day with their mothers and
shower love on them.
How is Mothers Day
Celebrated ?
In many countries special
prayer services are held in
churches in honor of mothers.
But the most common method
of celebrating Mothers Day is
to treat mothers with break-
fast in bed. Children allow
their mothers to sleep till late
in the morning while they
along with their father juggle
in the kitchen to prepare her
favorite breakfast. Most often
a Mothers Day card and a
bunch of bouquet accompany
the meticulously laid break-
fast. Many children prepare a
card themselves a day before
Mothers Day. Some also make
handmade gifts to show their
respect and affection for their
mother. Grown up children
prefer to buy gifts from the
stores ranging from clothes,
accessories to jewelry.
Mothers Day Celebrations
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As the years have
passed, Mother’s Day has
taken on a special meaning
for me. Motherhood and the
plight of today’s mothers
are also of special interest
to me. This is true because
of my own personal story
and journey. Being a mother
and a child of adoption
have touched my heart. The
events of my life, the fnding
and meeting my birthmother
for the frst time in 2006, are
things I will never forget.
They have shined a light on
motherhood and given me
a desire on a deeper level
to look into the lives of
those that have given their
children up for adoption and
especially the experiences
of birthmothers, unwed
mothers and even those that
have chosen abortion. This
deepening desire to learn
more led me to see if there
were any local resources
to assist these women, and
I found the Choosing Life
Pregnancy and Resource
Center, a nonproft faith
based organization located
at The Celina Church of
God at 850 Fairground Road
in Celina that partners with
the local Mercer County
Right to Life. The Center
just celebrated its second
anniversary on April 6.
It was two years ago
that Pastor Bruce Strine
of the Celina First Church
of God approached the
church secretary Patty
Thees, telling her that the
church was interested in
taking on this service as an
outreach and asking for her
help. Thees agreed, and is
now the Center’s founder
and director, and her
sister-in-law Barb Thees is
secretary-treasurer. Patty
has had many different
avenues of training for this
type of work and is currently
working on becoming a
certifed biblical councilor.
She and I spent most of a
day together talking about
this “ministry” as she calls
it. Her passion and love
for this ministry certainly
shined through as we spent
the day chatting and fnding
a shared passion for life
and especially the unborn.
Patty stresses, “I am always
available to my clients.”
She is on call 24/7 and is
also available for speaking
engagements.
Clients range from young
girls in need of guidance and
direction to unwed mothers,
fathers, grandparents and
entire families. Girls from the
young age of 15 to women
in their forties can fnd help
through the Choosing Life
Pregnancy Center. The
Center has a boutique and
a food pantry. The well-
stocked food pantry carries
a wide variety from staples
to frozen and canned foods.
While visiting, I received
the grand tour and met
Billie Hiles who runs and
works in the boutique. She
was in the middle of folding
what looked like an endless
mountain of clothing. Hiles,
like all others involved with
this ministry, does this work
strictly as a volunteer.
Choosing Life Pregnancy
Center has a nine member
board consisting of Patty
and Barb Thees, Homer
and Carol Burnett, Dixie
Russell, Joyce Albers,
Paulette Strine, Janie
Timmerman and Father
Barry Stechschulte. The
board meets monthly to give
guidance and direction.
The Center held an open
house recently and proudly
gave visitors tours of their
boutique and showed them
the recent purchase of
ultrasound equipment. To
show how generous people
are and how devoted to life,
Patty shared that they had
started asking for donations
for the ultrasound machine
in the middle of last October
and were able to purchase
it already in January! As of
now there is a volunteer nurse
that does the ultrasounds for
them, but they would love
to eventually have a full-
time technician on staff.
They are also looking for a
doctor who would be willing
to read the ultrasounds.
They are outgrowing their
facility and are looking for
some place bigger, as their
clientele (corrected spelling
of clientele) has grown to
over 100!
Donations of all kinds
are always welcome. Items
ranging from soaps and
shampoos to money and
furniture are needed. There is
also a need for Shepherding
Houses, places where people
are willing to open up their
home to a pregnant woman
in need of a temporary place
to live.
Services that are
available include ultrasound,
pregnancy testing, parenting
classes, life skill classes,
counseling, adoption
planning and baby items.
By attending the life skill
classes, clients earn “life
points” which entitle them to
shop in the Center’s boutique.
For more information and
hours of operation, call
419-733-4847 or e-mail
[email protected]
Choosing Life Pregnancy
Center held its 2nd annual
Celebration/Auction in
March. It is currently inviting
the public to buy pinwheels
that will be displayed on
the lawn at the church on
Mother’s Day May 8. These
pinwheels will represent the
many lives lost to abortion
in Ohio.
The value of motherhood
is being diminished today. I
think women have forgotten
that being a mother is the
most important job they
will ever have! Instead, they
should be making the most
of these gifts as sisters, as
daughters and as mothers.
. . . As Sisters, as Daughters, as Mothers
A Mother’s Day Concert
Celebration is being held
at The Rockford Belle on
May 7. The concert is set
to begin at 7 p.m. with
doors open at 6 p.m. The
upcoming extraordinary
event will be hosted by
Triad band of Rockford.
The public is welcome to
bring the person they refer
to as “Mom” and attend the
festive performance located
at 135 Market Street,
Rockford, OH. There will
be an opportunity to share
special stories, pictures,
and poems in honor of her.
A free-will offering will be
accepted. More about the
band: Triad is comprised
of well-known performers
Kent Krogman, Mike
Bruns, and Dan Schoen.
Accompanying them for
the special Mother’s Day
event will be musician
friends, Rick Temple
and Adam Andrews, who
are also from the area.
Recently reacquainted
with each other, the well-
received talented group
has been performing for
local audiences. Last
August, they performed
for the Sock Hop and
most recently, they played
a concert at St. Teresa’s
Church dance. Each band
member brings several
years of experience dating
back to the 70’s when
they played in a variety of
musical groups such as First
National Band, Apogee,
Common Cents and the
Bumblebees, Eugene and
the Sliders, and the Desert
Band. Ac c o r d i n g
to Bruns, spokesman for
the band, group members
are thrilled about putting
together a really great
show in celebration of
mothers. Special music
with mothers in mind will
be interspersed with the
hits the band is known for
playing, such as popular
Christian songs of praise
and Pop music from the
60’ and 70’s from Neil
Diamond to Jim Croce to
James Taylor and many
one hit wonder top 10
tunes. Plan now to
attend the Mother’s Day
Concert Celebration on
May 7 at The Rockford
Belle in honor of Mom.
Come, relax, listen, share,
and have a great time! For
more information, contact
Tom Rogers at 567-644-
9993.
Mother’s Day Concert
Planned at The Rockford
Belle Set for May 7
Arise, then, women of this
day! Arise all women who
have hearts, whether your
baptism be of water or of
tears! Say frmly: “We will
not have questions decided
by irrelevant agencies. Our
husbands shall not come to
us reeking of carnage for
caresses and applause. Our
sons shall not be taken from
us to unlearn all that we have
been able to teach them of
charity, mercy, and patience.
We women of one country
will be too tender to those of
another country to allow our
sons to be trained to injure
theirs.”
From the bosom of a dev-
astated Earth a voice goes
up with our own. It says
“Disarm! Disarm!” The
sword of murder is not the
balance of justice. Blood
does not wipe out dishonor,
nor violence indicate pos-
session.
As men have forsaken the
plow and the anvil at the
summons of war, let women
now leave all that may be
left of home for a great and
earnest day of counsel. Let
them meet frst as women,
to bewail and commemorate
the dead. Let them solemnly
take counsel with each other
as to the means whereby the
great human family can live
in peace, each bearing after
his time the sacred impress
not of Caesar, but of God.
In the name of woman-
hood and humanity, I earnest-
ly ask that a general congress
of women without limit of
nationality be appointed and
held at some place deemed
most convenient and at the
earliest period consistent
with its objects, to promote
the alliance of the different
nationalities, the amicable
settlement of international
questions, the great and gen-
eral interests of peace.
Julia Ward Howe
Boston 1870
Mothers Day
Proclamation
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Spring and Vine Street at
702 E. Spring Street. New
and Gently used Men!s,
Women!s, Teen!s and
Children!s clothing. Many
items are marked $1.00
each. Hurry in while sup-
plies last. Currently ac-
cepting Spring and sum-
mer apparel in all sizes.
Visit our website for more
information www.replay-
consignmentshop.com or
call 419 300-8847. Hours:
Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m. to
6:00 p.m. Saturday 10:00
a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Find us
on facebook.
ARE YOU looking for a
child care provider in your
area? Let us help. Call
YWCA Child Care Re -
source and Referral at
1- 800- 922- 2916 or
419-225-5465.
AT CANALSIDE Book
Shop. Thousands of used
books! Low prices! 115
West Spring Street, St.
Mary!s (419) 300-2665
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Notices
FOR VALUABLE Cou-
pons to Wilson Shoe Store
visit: www.celinadown -
town.com Click on Spe-
cials.
GUNCKLE!S TREE Serv-
ice, Complete tree &
stump service. Fully in-
sured. Rick Gunckle (937)
547-0922, Cel l (937)
423-2190
NEW CARPET specials
arrived from Georgia out-
let, Free pad with installed
stock carpet. B & B House
of Carpet, 999 East Mar-
ket, Celina.
041

Services
AMISH HOME cooked
meals in Amish home.
Groups of 10-30. Reserva-
tions only. Call weekdays
765-470-1205.
BAILEY!S UPHOLSTERY
for all your furniture
needs. Free pick-up and
delivery. 35 years experi-
ence. 260-729-7051.
DCF POWDER Coating.
Quality Custom Powder
Coating. Automotive, Mo-
torcycle, Metal lawn furni-
ture, Clay/Concrete and
Metal Products, Batch
work available, Oven sizes
4!x6! & 10!x10”, Over 150
colors in stock and more
to choose from! Ask about
bulk pricing! Greenville,
Ohi o 937- 569- 1400.
www.dcfpowdercoating.co
m.
041

Services
DELLI NGER BROS. ,
LLC. Since 1916. Resi -
dential-Farm-Commercial
Water well drilling 5” & up,
pressure grouting, Com-
plete Water systems,
sales, installation, service.
Well & Pump repair. Li -
censed & Bonded. Jim
Del l i nger, Offi ce 419
495-2334, Residence 419
495-2921, 12346 St. Rt.
49, P.O. Box D, Willshire,
Ohio 45898
FULL SERVICE Detail.
Make your vehicle look
new again. Free pick up &
delivery. Mobile service
available. 937-547-9476
L.S. CONSTRUCTION -
Over 20 years experience.
Free estimates. Roofing,
Siding, Windows, Doors,
Remodel jobs, Concrete
Work, Decks and more.
Building pole barns for 10
years. Wind and storm
damage repair. Phone
1-260-724-1934.
LIGHT HAULING, House,
barn, garage, basement,
clean outs, Tree cutting,
falling tree clean up, Brush
removal, pressure wash-
ing, painting inside and
out, Blacktop driveway
coating, firewood for sale.
419-953-8421
NEW CERTIFIED Scale.
Cash for all Scrap Metal.
Aluminum Cans--Copper--
Brass--Steel--Cars--Bat-
teries--Appliances--Cata-
lytic Converters & alumi-
num Wheels. Metal & Ve-
hicle Pickup Available,
Roll Off Boxes available.
Ohi o Ci ty Auto, Inc.
11408 Snyder Road, Ohio
Ci ty, Ohi o 45874.
1-800-387-2401.
045

Wanted
PAYI NG CASH for
coin-operated Pinball ma-
chines and Arcade video
games. Any condition,
working or non working.
Clean out your barn, base-
ment, and garage. Pinball
machi ne and Arcade
game repairs and restora-
tions also available. Call
937-492-5692
WILLIAMS AUTO PARTS
We buy l ate model
wrecks. We have late
model used auto and truck
parts, late model re -
buildable wrecks. 127 De-
troit Avenue, Portland, IN.,
1-800-669-5762.
050

Work Wanted
AGAPE LANDSCAPING.
Commercial and residen-
tial mowing. Remulching
and landscaping mainte-
nance. Owner Darl Strable
(419) 305-2836.
AMISH GIRLS will do
housecleaning and ba -
b y s i t t i n g . C a l l
(260-580-5289), l eave
message.
D-LINN CONSTRUCTION
Remodeling: vinyl siding;
windows and doors; dry-
wall; new construction:
room additions, garages;
roofing; Free Estimates
260-251-4559.
J.R. CONSTRUCTION
Amish Crew Will do roof-
ing, Siding, Garages, Pole
Barns, Room Additions,
Windows, Doors & Foun-
dations. 260-580-5289
(Leave message)
050

Work Wanted
STATE CERTIFIED Scale
Buying, hauling away junk,
wrecked, used vehicles.
Scrap metal of all kinds.
Roll-off container services.
24 hour towing. Selling
used and new parts.
III Sons Towing, Hauling
and Salvage LLC (419)
363-2277.
WENDEL SEAMLESS
GUTTERING. For all your
guttering and leaf cover
needs. Call us for a free
quote. Cal l Ji m at
260-997-6774 or Steve at
260-997-1414.
061

Real Estate
100% NO Money down
home loans. VA, RD,
USDA, subsidized financ-
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cer, Auglaize or Jay
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Barnhart’s
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Family Owned & Operated
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200 E. Main Street
Van Wert, OH 45891
419-238-5079
Mon. 10-7 • Wed.-Fri. 10-5:30 • Sat 10-2
SEPTIC TANK
CLEANING
PORTA TOILET RENTAL
GRIER’S
POWER
DIGGING LLC
419-363-3390
419-305-0800
Been in business
since 1951
Will Haul For FREE
Junk of any kind
Iron or Metal
Will Buy Large Amounts
419-678-2080
Cell 419-305-6418
Eicher Construction
Amish crew looking for any
type of construction work.
Specializing in Window
Replacement & Roofng
(260)251-1067 • (260) 849-2489
ROCS LLC
Consulting, Handyman work & snow
removal, Custom home security
systems, We do it all
Call for Estimates
419-305-0771 - Mike
www.zazzed.com/mike45865
DISPOSAl
HAnDyMAn SERVICE
COMPuTER SERVICE
COnSTRuCTIOn
ClEAnInG SERVICES
THE WASH
• LAUNDROMAT
Large washers/drop off
service/ consignment clothing
• DRY CLEANING
Repairs and Alterations
• CAR WASH
Touch free Automatic/5 self
serve bays
1020 Grand Lake Road, Celina
419-586-4320
NEW ROOF?
Red Hill Builders LLC
Spring Scheduling. Call Matt
Hemmelgarn for free estimte today!
937-369-3335
~ Metal/Shingle Specials~
DEB’S TAX SERVICE
Individual/ Out of State Returns
Reasonable Rates
Electronic Filing • Fast Refunds
319 N. Main St., Celina
419-586-2720
TAX SERVICE
ROOFInG COnTRACTOR
AwnInG
LAPAX ALUMINUM AWNINGS
MFG. AND INSTALLED BY
SWAIN AWNING
& PATIO
for
Patios • Carports • Windows
Doors • Campers
Replacement Windows
Entry & Storm Doors
Alum. Railing • Vinyl Siding
- Free Estimates -
419-678-4888 • 419-305-4874
lOCKSMITHInG
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AUTOMOBILE - RESIDENTIAL
- COMMERCIAL LOCKSMITH
24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE
We also cut & program
automobile keys & remotes
home 419-586-5380
cell 567-644-8791
We can rekey your home’s
existing locks instead of
replacing them.
CRAnE SERVICE
Hirschfeld
Lifting,
CELINA, OHIO
Hydraulic Crane Service Office: 419-586-7599
Mobile: Bryan: 419-852-2182 • Donna: 419-852-2199
Hirschfeld
Lifting, Inc.
CELINA, OHIO
Hydraulic Crane
Service
Office:
419-586-7599
Mobile:
Bryan: 419-852-2182
Donna: 419-852-2199
Hirschfeld
Lifting, Inc.
CELINA, OHIO
Hydraulic Crane
Service
Office:
419-586-7599
Mobile:
Bryan: 419-852-2182
Donna: 419-852-2199
Hirschfeld
Lifting, Inc.
CELINA, OHIO
Hydraulic Crane
Service
Office:
419-586-7599
Mobile:
Bryan: 419-852-2182
Donna: 419-852-2199
Call 937-547-9476
www.sharperimageautodetailing.com
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Help Wanted Driver;
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Help Wanted Drivers:
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The Mercer County Connection • Page 4 • May 7, 2011
100 Don Desch Dr., Coldwater
419-678-2311
Many people believe
the more you sleep before
midnight, the better looking
you’ll be. In ancient times,
people believed it unlucky
to set the left foot on the
ground first on getting out
of bed.
Herbert Hoover was the
first President born west
of the Mississippi River.
He was born on August
10, 1874 in West Branch,
Iowa, and served one term
as President-from 1929 to
1933.
Before he abandoned the
ring for an acting career,
Tony Danza’s record as a
middleweight boxer was 12
wins, 3 losses.
(NAPSA)—Getting it done while enjoying life takes the right atti-
tude and energy. A new contest in search of “America’s Most Amazingly
Energized Woman” wants to know just how some women manage to
stay healthy and energized and enjoy life to the max. Do they squeeze
in a workout while mopping the floor, or turn any activity with their
kids into a fun game? If you know a woman who does it all with a smile
on her face, nominate her for this opportunity to be acknowledged and
celebrated, brought to you by the makers of Centrum Multivitamins.
Visit www.LoveFeelingHealthy.com and share her secrets for being the
ultimate host, party charmer, best present giver, cookie baker and
more. A panel of judges will select five finalists and consumers will then
cast their votes. If chosen as the winner, she’ll be given the opportunity
to experience dozens of exciting adventures. Submit your entry in 300
words or less to describe how she lives life and love to the fullest. Love
FeelingHealthy.com offers tips from Molly Shannon to help you live a
healthier, more energized life. While you’re there, download a Centrum
Women’s coupon. The contest runs through January 3, 2011 and public
voting begins Jan. 17, 2011.
Celebrating Amazingly Energized Women
If you know a woman who manages to live life to the fullest, consider
sharing her secrets.
(NAPSA)—To make the most of
the all-natural benefits associated
with green tea, the average
person should drink three to five
cups a day. Fortunately, besides
drinking a cup of tea in the
morning or in the evening, there
are many tasty and perhaps
surprising ways to incorporate the
goodness of tea into your lifestyle.
A quick alternative is making
iced tea to go by brewing green
tea and pouring it into an ice-
filled pitcher or chilling it in a
reusable water bottle.
“Bottled teas are typically
higher in sugar, calories and
price,” said clinical nutritionist
Tara Coleman. “Compared to an
equal-size serving of bottled tea,
freshly brewed tea made with tea
bags is better for you, your wallet
and the environment. Every time
you ‘unbottle’ your tea by filling a
reusable beverage container at
home instead of purchasing a
bottled tea at the store, that’s one
more single-use plastic bottle you
are keeping out of the landfills.”
Green tea can also be used as
an unexpected ingredient in many
types of dishes. Flavored teas,
such as Salada’s Pomegranate
Berry Green Tea, can add refresh-
ing fruit flavor to oatmeal,
smoothies or punch. You can add
green tea to the water used for
pasta, rice or as an added boost to
your favorite soup recipes, like
this one:
Vegetable Soup with
a Green Tea Twist
1 can (14 ounces) chicken
broth or vegetable broth
1 can (11.5 ounces) tomato-
vegetable juice cocktail
1 cup brewed Salada 100%
Green Tea
1 large potato, diced
2 carrots, sliced
2 stalks celery, diced
1 can (14.5 ounces)
undrained diced tomatoes
1 cup chopped fresh green
beans
1 cup fresh corn kernels
Salt and pepper to taste
Creole seasoning to taste
(optional)
In a large stock pot, com-
bine broth, tomato juice,
brewed green tea, potatoes,
carrots, celery, undrained
diced tomatoes, green beans
and corn. Season with salt,
pepper and optional Creole
seasoning. Bring to a boil and
simmer for 30 minutes or until
all vegetables are tender.
Enjoy immediately or freeze
for a later meal.
Learn More
For more information plus
great-tasting recipes, go to
www.greentea.com/recipes or call
(877) 248-2477.
Tea Time For Vegetable Soup
Give your soup a boost with a
cup of green tea.
(NAPSA)—With water costs
rising across much of the United
States—more than 10 percent in
two years, according to a recent
survey by the American Water
Works Association—building a
water-efficient home is a wise
investment in the future.
The U.S. Environmental Protec-
tion Agency’s (EPA’s) WaterSense
program makes it easy to find
builders who can construct a new
home that saves water, energy and
money. More than 30 builders have
partnered with EPA to build more
water-efficient homes, and that
number is growing every day.
Just as it does for toilets,
faucets, showerheads and other
plumbing products, WaterSense
offers a label for water-efficient
new homes, designed to use at
least 20 percent less water than
typical new homes, both inside
and out.
In fall 2010, builder KB Home
completed the first residences cer-
tified to earn a label under the
WaterSense new homes program.
These homes, located near Sacra-
mento in Roseville, California,
will save 10,000 gallons of water
per year and more than $100 per
year on utility bills.
“Owning a WaterSense-labeled
house means you can enjoy all the
comforts of home while using
fewer natural resources and sav-
ing money,” said Veronica Blette,
chief of EPA’s WaterSense branch.
“A family investing in a
WaterSense-labeled new home will
save enough water each year to
wash more than six months’ worth
of laundry and enough energy to
power a television for four years.”
Like many other forward-
thinking construction companies
across the country, since teaming
up with WaterSense earlier in
2010, KB Home, the first national
builder to join WaterSense, has
committed to building new homes
to EPA’s WaterSense specification.
Each WaterSense-labeled new
home is independently inspected
and certified by a licensed certifi-
cation provider to ensure it meets
EPA’s water-efficiency and perfor-
mance criteria.
WaterSense-labeled new homes
feature WaterSense-labeled plumb-
ing fixtures, a hot water delivery
system that gets hot water to the
tap faster, efficient appliances (if
included) and a water-efficient,
easy-to-maintain landscape.
The EPA estimates that if the
approximately 500,000 new homes
built last year had met WaterSense
criteria, the homes would save
Americans 5 billion gallons of
water and more than $50 million
in utility bills annually.
For more information about
WaterSense-labeled new homes,
products and programs or to
f i nd a WaterSense bui l der
partner i n your area, vi si t
www.epa.gov/watersense.
A Welcome Addition To Green Building
Some homes these days are built
to help keep their owners from
drowning in water bills.
(NAPSA)—During the holi-
days, families travel an average of
489 miles and spend about 91 per-
cent of that time in cars. To keep
the peace among generations with
varying tastes, many families
turn to audiobooks for in-car
entertainment that brings people,
places and stories to life. In antici-
pation of the holiday travel sea-
son, long-distance drives and rest-
less passengers, Audible.com
presents five great audiobooks
that take listeners on new jour-
neys through brilliant storytelling
and vibrant narration.
“Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”
(Audible)
• Elijah Wood takes the family
on a ride of a lifetime, capturing
the youthful excitement of Huck’s
perilous adventures. Traveling
along the Mississippi River with
one of literature’s most beloved
characters, listeners aged 8 to 80
will be enthralled by this 100-
year-old classic that remains fresh
and funny.
“A Christmas Carol”
(Audible)
• Acclaimed actor Tim Curry
captures the spirit of Christmas
through beloved and frightening
characters as he narrates Charles
Dickens’ holiday classic. Guiding
listeners through Ebenezer
Scrooge’s three ghostly encounters,
Curry brings the timeless tale of
forgiveness and redemption to life.
“The Help”
(Penguin Audiobooks)
• Performed by a strong ensem-
ble cast, Kathryn Stockett’s moving
novel mixes the personal and polit-
ical, giving listeners a glimpse into
the contrasting relationships among
women across the racial divide in
the 1960s South. Through humor
and humanity, the story provides lis-
teners with deep connections to char-
acters, and a powerful perspective
on today’s race relations.
“The Christmas Chronicles—
The Legend of Santa Claus”
(Tantor)
• Weaving in and out of famil-
iar holiday myths, Tim Slover’s
“Christmass Chronicles” uncovers
an entertaining and inspiring leg-
end of the 14th-century craftsman
dedicated to bringing happiness to
children’s lives. Kids will be thrilled
to learn why Santa climbs down
the chimney, how he built his work-
shop and, most importantly, how
he delivers gifts to children around
the world on Christmas Eve.
“Gulliver’s Travels”
(Audible)
• Who loved to travel more
than Gulliver? Alas, his favorite
pastime was to be his downfall.
Jonathan Swift’s classic novel
about a giant’s adventure in Lil-
liput will be familiar to everyone,
especially with a new movie in
theaters. The Audible version
stars David Hyde Pierce in a witty
performance that will delight the
whole family.
This holiday season, with hours
of great entertainment available
to please everyone along the way,
over the river and through the
woods to grandmother’s house
might not be far enough! Find
these titles and more online at
Audible.com.
Audiobooks turn rowdy road trips into family fun.
Audiobooks can make family
road trips fun.
(NAPSA)—Lithium batteries
are for items that require
repeated and heavy use—such as
digital cameras. Alkalines, which
have a long shelf life, are great
for flashlights. Rechargeables are
the least expensive over time, and
Energizer has some that can be
recharged hundreds of times.
* * *
“Traditionally, people underes-
timate how long they’ll live and
overestimate the value of a large
lump-sum balance in a retirement
account,” says Chris Littlefield,
president and CEO of life insur-
ance and annuity provider Aviva
USA. Many people use annuities
to ensure income security.
* * *
Prescription PreNexa
®
Rx Pre-
natal Vitamin with Plant-Based
DHA contains 1.25 mg of folic
acid. For more information about
prenatal vitamins, including
important warnings and precau-
tions, ask your doctor or visit
product-specific websites such as
www.prenexa.com.
(NAPSA)—Kiehl’s Ultra Facial
Cream includes Antarcticine, a
glycoprotein notable for its ability
to protect skin from cold tempera-
tures. Tested on an expedition to
Greenland, the cream provides 24-
hour hydration. For more informa-
tion, visit www.Kiehls.com.
* * *
The luxurious look of wood can
be achieved in a more enduring
material—fiber cement. The
WeatherBoards Fiber Cement Sid-
ing line by CertainTeed comes in
pre-finished colors for the look of
painted wood or beautiful stains for
the look of natural stains. Learn
more at www.certainteed.com.
* * *
Visit Behr.com, where you can
browse image libraries for inspi-
ration and find design, style and
color trend advice from experts.
You can use ColorSmart by Behr
to coordinate color online and
apply colors virtually to your
walls using the Paint Your Place
feature.
* * *
You may be able to hear bet-
ter with help from the latest
generation of hearing instru-
ments. The Beltone True uses
sophisticated new technologies
to make sure you catch every
word, in every situation. Learn
more at www.beltone.com.
* * *
A multifunctional printer, such
as Canon’s imageRUNNER,
imageRUNNER Advance and
imageCLASS, combines a printer,
scanner, copier and fax machine.
This saves office space, energy
and money. More information is
at www.usa.canon.com.
* * *
The Shelter Pet Project is a col-
laboration of The Humane Society
of the United States, Maddie’s
Fund and the Ad Council to help
find all shelter pets a home. For
more information, visit www.The
ShelterPetProject.org.
* * *
An excellent place to explore all
the benefits hobbies have to offer is
My Hobby Fun at www.my
hobbyfun.com, where you’ll also
find links to nearby hobby shops.
* * *
A good way to have a holiday
hoot is with an animated adven-
ture that’s great for the entire fam-
ily. “Legend of the Guardians: The
Owls of Ga’Hoole” is now available
on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD and
On Demand from Warner Bros.
* * *
Soldiers requiring at least six
months of complex medical care
are assigned to Warrior Transition
Units. This is a new command
under the U.S. Army Medical
Command. For more information,
visit www.WTC.army.mil.
(NAPSA)—Lithium batteries
are for items that require
repeated and heavy use—such as
digital cameras. Alkalines, which
have a long shelf life, are great
for flashlights. Rechargeables are
the least expensive over time, and
Energizer has some that can be
recharged hundreds of times.
* * *
“Traditionally, people underes-
timate how long they’ll live and
overestimate the value of a large
lump-sum balance in a retirement
account,” says Chris Littlefield,
president and CEO of life insur-
ance and annuity provider Aviva
USA. Many people use annuities
to ensure income security.
* * *
Prescription PreNexa
®
Rx Pre-
natal Vitamin with Plant-Based
DHA contains 1.25 mg of folic
acid. For more information about
prenatal vitamins, including
important warnings and precau-
tions, ask your doctor or visit
product-specific websites such as
www.prenexa.com.
(NAPSA)—Kiehl’s Ultra Facial
Cream includes Antarcticine, a
glycoprotein notable for its ability
to protect skin from cold tempera-
tures. Tested on an expedition to
Greenland, the cream provides 24-
hour hydration. For more informa-
tion, visit www.Kiehls.com.
* * *
The luxurious look of wood can
be achieved in a more enduring
material—fiber cement. The
WeatherBoards Fiber Cement Sid-
ing line by CertainTeed comes in
pre-finished colors for the look of
painted wood or beautiful stains for
the look of natural stains. Learn
more at www.certainteed.com.
* * *
Visit Behr.com, where you can
browse image libraries for inspi-
ration and find design, style and
color trend advice from experts.
You can use ColorSmart by Behr
to coordinate color online and
apply colors virtually to your
walls using the Paint Your Place
feature.
* * *
You may be able to hear bet-
ter with help from the latest
generation of hearing instru-
ments. The Beltone True uses
sophisticated new technologies
to make sure you catch every
word, in every situation. Learn
more at www.beltone.com.
* * *
A multifunctional printer, such
as Canon’s imageRUNNER,
imageRUNNER Advance and
imageCLASS, combines a printer,
scanner, copier and fax machine.
This saves office space, energy
and money. More information is
at www.usa.canon.com.
* * *
The Shelter Pet Project is a col-
laboration of The Humane Society
of the United States, Maddie’s
Fund and the Ad Council to help
find all shelter pets a home. For
more information, visit www.The
ShelterPetProject.org.
* * *
An excellent place to explore all
the benefits hobbies have to offer is
My Hobby Fun at www.my
hobbyfun.com, where you’ll also
find links to nearby hobby shops.
* * *
A good way to have a holiday
hoot is with an animated adven-
ture that’s great for the entire fam-
ily. “Legend of the Guardians: The
Owls of Ga’Hoole” is now available
on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD and
On Demand from Warner Bros.
* * *
Soldiers requiring at least six
months of complex medical care
are assigned to Warrior Transition
Units. This is a new command
under the U.S. Army Medical
Command. For more information,
visit www.WTC.army.mil.
(NAPSA)—Kiehl’s Ultra Facial
Cream includes Antarcticine, a
glycoprotein notable for its ability
to protect skin from cold tempera-
tures. Tested on an expedition to
Greenland, the cream provides 24-
hour hydration. For more informa-
tion, visit www.Kiehls.com.
* * *
The luxurious look of wood can
be achieved in a more enduring
material—fiber cement. The
WeatherBoards Fiber Cement Sid-
ing line by CertainTeed comes in
pre-finished colors for the look of
painted wood or beautiful stains for
the look of natural stains. Learn
more at www.certainteed.com.
* * *
Visit Behr.com, where you can
browse image libraries for inspi-
ration and find design, style and
color trend advice from experts.
You can use ColorSmart by Behr
to coordinate color online and
apply colors virtually to your
walls using the Paint Your Place
feature.
* * *
You may be able to hear bet-
ter with help from the latest
generation of hearing instru-
ments. The Beltone True uses
sophisticated new technologies
to make sure you catch every
word, in every situation. Learn
more at www.beltone.com.
* * *
A multifunctional printer, such
as Canon’s imageRUNNER,
imageRUNNER Advance and
imageCLASS, combines a printer,
scanner, copier and fax machine.
This saves office space, energy
and money. More information is
at www.usa.canon.com.
* * *
The Shelter Pet Project is a col-
laboration of The Humane Society
of the United States, Maddie’s
Fund and the Ad Council to help
find all shelter pets a home. For
more information, visit www.The
ShelterPetProject.org.
* * *
An excellent place to explore all
the benefits hobbies have to offer is
My Hobby Fun at www.my
hobbyfun.com, where you’ll also
find links to nearby hobby shops.
* * *
A good way to have a holiday
hoot is with an animated adven-
ture that’s great for the entire fam-
ily. “Legend of the Guardians: The
Owls of Ga’Hoole” is now available
on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD and
On Demand from Warner Bros.
* * *
Soldiers requiring at least six
months of complex medical care
are assigned to Warrior Transition
Units. This is a new command
under the U.S. Army Medical
Command. For more information,
visit www.WTC.army.mil.
(NAPSA)—Kiehl’s Ultra Facial
Cream includes Antarcticine, a
glycoprotein notable for its ability
to protect skin from cold tempera-
tures. Tested on an expedition to
Greenland, the cream provides 24-
hour hydration. For more informa-
tion, visit www.Kiehls.com.
* * *
The luxurious look of wood can
be achieved in a more enduring
material—fiber cement. The
WeatherBoards Fiber Cement Sid-
ing line by CertainTeed comes in
pre-finished colors for the look of
painted wood or beautiful stains for
the look of natural stains. Learn
more at www.certainteed.com.
* * *
Visit Behr.com, where you can
browse image libraries for inspi-
ration and find design, style and
color trend advice from experts.
You can use ColorSmart by Behr
to coordinate color online and
apply colors virtually to your
walls using the Paint Your Place
feature.
* * *
You may be able to hear bet-
ter with help from the latest
generation of hearing instru-
ments. The Beltone True uses
sophisticated new technologies
to make sure you catch every
word, in every situation. Learn
more at www.beltone.com.
* * *
A multifunctional printer, such
as Canon’s imageRUNNER,
imageRUNNER Advance and
imageCLASS, combines a printer,
scanner, copier and fax machine.
This saves office space, energy
and money. More information is
at www.usa.canon.com.
* * *
The Shelter Pet Project is a col-
laboration of The Humane Society
of the United States, Maddie’s
Fund and the Ad Council to help
find all shelter pets a home. For
more information, visit www.The
ShelterPetProject.org.
* * *
An excellent place to explore all
the benefits hobbies have to offer is
My Hobby Fun at www.my
hobbyfun.com, where you’ll also
find links to nearby hobby shops.
* * *
A good way to have a holiday
hoot is with an animated adven-
ture that’s great for the entire fam-
ily. “Legend of the Guardians: The
Owls of Ga’Hoole” is now available
on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD and
On Demand from Warner Bros.
* * *
Soldiers requiring at least six
months of complex medical care
are assigned to Warrior Transition
Units. This is a new command
under the U.S. Army Medical
Command. For more information,
visit www.WTC.army.mil.
(NAPSA)—New mobile phones,
such as Windows Phones from
Microsoft, are helping today’s
busy consumers do it all from
wherever they are. To learn more,
visit the website www.windows
phone.com.
* * *
According to the 22nd annual
Weber GrillWatch Survey, 49 per-
cent of Americans grill year-
round. You can sign up for
Weber’s Recipe of the Week at
www.weber.com for a delicious
new grilling recipe every Friday.
* * *
The “Find it First” initiative,
sponsored by medical technology
company Olympus, gives Ameri-
cans an extra push to get screened
for colon cancer. For each person
making the com mitment at
www.Findit First.com, the com-
pany donates a dollar to the Colon
Cancer Alliance and the Colorec-
tal Cancer Coalition.
* * *
Makeup expert Tia Dantzler
prefers an oil-based moisturizer
for ultimate hydration. She rec-
ommends Johnson’s Baby Oil Gel
after a shower, while skin is still
wet, to lock in up to 10 times more
moisture. For more information,
visit www.johnsonsbaby.com.
(NAPSA)—Lithium batteries
are for items that require
repeated and heavy use—such as
digital cameras. Alkalines, which
have a long shelf life, are great
for flashlights. Rechargeables are
the least expensive over time, and
Energizer has some that can be
recharged hundreds of times.
* * *
“Traditionally, people underes-
timate how long they’ll live and
overestimate the value of a large
lump-sum balance in a retirement
account,” says Chris Littlefield,
president and CEO of life insur-
ance and annuity provider Aviva
USA. Many people use annuities
to ensure income security.
* * *
Prescription PreNexa
®
Rx Pre-
natal Vitamin with Plant-Based
DHA contains 1.25 mg of folic
acid. For more information about
prenatal vitamins, including
important warnings and precau-
tions, ask your doctor or visit
product-specific websites such as
www.prenexa.com.

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