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Dental Marketer is Happy to Announce the Hiring of an Additional Copywriter

A proficient and highly known oral healthcare, Dental Marketer is happy to announce a copywriter’s hiring. Dentists face difficult challenges, and it is highly imperative to balance the training and services with the running business.

Stoney Creek, ON – Canada | June 17th, 2021 — Dental Marketer hires an additional copywriter to promote their services across a large number of patients, try various advertising models and strategies, and utilize effective marketing tools to attract new patients. The competition is rising with every passing day, and it is highly essential to educate your patients about the services you offer to attain their attention.

“With the inclusion of a copywriter,  we intend to build our online presence by creating press releases, brochures, and ads, to bring more traffic on our official website,” says Lukas Kowalewski, owner of Dental Marketer.

Today, when it comes to patients, they have become picky regarding healthcare decisions, which is right. They select their doctor with care, and after doing a lot of research. If they do not get the satisfied services, they move from one service to another, and this is what Dental Marketer is trying to change by hiring an additional copywriter.

The director of Dental Marketer says, “like any other healthcare services, we intend to promote our services with the help of our copywriters by educating them about oral services we offer, price of the treatments, and how they can make an easy appointment with us. This is what we are intending to practice after this huge step, and we hope we will come out stronger than ever.”

About Dental Marketer:

Dental Marketer is one of the leading and prominent dental healthcare companies, having years of experience providing oral treatments to patients. The dental clinic is highly known for providing the best yet comfortable dental experience. They treat their patients as their own family and accommodate them with the best services at the waiting area. Dental Marketer aims to provide the best oral care services, and it is one reason they have the best cutting-edge dental technology to serve their patients.

Besides, the Dental Marketer has some of the best dentists, having more than eight years of experience providing service to patients. The healthcare clinic aims to be the most preferred dental healthcare provider in their country and across the globe. They wish to expand their services across the world with advancements in technology. Other than that, the clinic intends to give 120% to every patient equally because each smile matters to them!

Press & Media Contact:
Dental Marketer
102-589 Barton St,
Stoney Creek, ON L8E 6E4
Canada
+1 855-300-7644
https://dentalmarketer.ca

Clarity Surgical in Long Island Adds Dietician to Bariatric Staff

Clarity Surgical has recently added a new dietitian to the staff. Dr. Nikki Petrocelli, RD, is a registered dietitian and the latest addition to the Clarity Surgical team.

Huntington Station, NY – USA | April 26, 2021 — Clarity Surgical, a bariatric surgery and weight loss center located in Huntington Station, has recently added a new dietitian to the staff. Dr. Nikki Petrocelli, RD, is a registered dietitian and the latest addition to the Clarity Surgical team.

She graduated from NYU and later became a board-certified registered dietitian (RD). She has worked with organizations such as The New York Jets, The School of American Ballet, The North American Soccer League (NASL), and even worked with members of the cast of the hit TV show, “The Real Housewives of New York”.

“We are proud to announce our newest addition to our Clarity Surgical family, Dr. Nikki Petrocelli,” says Dr. Charles E. Thompson III, founder of Clarity Surgical. “She brings a fresh new perspective thanks to her experience working with elite professional athletes and performers. Her help with these kinds of clients provides Clarity Surgical with knowledge that could be used to help out the average person who simply wants to live a longer, healthier life.”

When Dr. Petrocelli was asked about how she felt about her new role at Clarity Surgical, she presented the following statement:

“I am one hundred passionate about helping our patients navigate the world of nutrition while on their bariatric journey… I am focused and excited to help our patients achieve their goals while preserving their lives socially, emotionally, and culturally. I believe you can change your life and improve your health without losing who you are in the kitchen. I am beyond grateful to have joined Dr. Thompson’s team of extraordinary humans. As a patient you will feel like family the instant you arrive at our office and that’s a promise.”

Dr. Petrocelli describes herself as a “true food fan”, and doesn’t believe that we should let our dietary choices cause us problems.

“We’ve got 99 problems and bread shouldn’t be one.”

Dr. Petrocelli will provide Clarity Surgical patients with the kind of one-on-one support they need in order to achieve their health goals. She plans to provide nutrition education, individualized meal plans, recipe guides, and shopping lists in order to make sure that sticking to a healthy diet can be easy, fun, and delicious.

Clarity Surgical provides bariatric surgery, weight loss programs, and revision surgery in Long Island and serves patients from all over the New York metropolitan area. To learn more about the Clarity Surgical team and what they can do for patients looking to lose weight, visit https://www.claritysurgicalny.com.

Press & Media Contact:
Clarity Surgical and Weight Loss Solutions
33 Walt Whitman Rd, Suite 300B
Huntington Station, NY 11746
United States
+1 516-259-2525
https://www.claritysurgicalny.com

ARTIST UNITED by Producer Veronica Vitale Celebrates 1 Year and Calls for New Projects

Artist United was created as response to isolation and separation during the 2020 worldwide pandemic and lockdown, with the goal to build a bridge between countries, and bring together creative minds from every nation.

New York, NY – USA | March 15, 2021 — 1 Year Ago Today, March 16th 2020 The Global Inclusive Community for Artists from all Around the World, Artist United founded by International Recording Artist and Composer Veronica Vitale together with her husband American film director Patrick J Hamilton. Artist United was created as response to isolation and separation during the 2020 worldwide pandemic and lockdown, with the goal to build a bridge between countries, and bring together creative minds from every nation.

“Our entire careers are based on the fact that we can freely travel and connect with people and industries, we usually spend 6 months in Italy and 6 in the United States. Last January as we landed in Atlanta for the worldwide release of my most wanted project “Inside The Outsider” we actually ended up stuck there for a year. No way back home. Our families were divided oceans apart, our plans were paused for good and I was dealing with severe loneliness while healing after a severe surgery I got to remove a myoma. I was far from my beloved country and the shocking images of Italy, the deserted Vatican and the Pope walking alone, under the rain in St. Peter Square, the Italian hospitals in a state of collapse were the leading factors that inspired me to compose my Prayer and “Hymn To Humanity – Preghiera per l’Umanitá” which immediately reached over 250.000 streams on Facebook. Hymn to Humanity is the tale of humankind waiting in the shadow of the night for daybreak.” – says Artist Veronica Vitale

Hymn To Humanity was originally sung in Italian English and Hebrew by Veronica Vitale alone, and the very next day after release the Artist decided to create a second version of her song starting a global call for artists to inspire hope and universal brotherhood in times of horror & hardship.

“In my life, I faced bullying, cyberbullying, sexism, and racism. So I HAD to create an alternative “way of doing” music and art, a “place of the way” where all humanity can meet, connecting real audience to real artists and reverse, in a mutual support of their ideas. All Artists are Welcomed.”

The World Choir of “Hymn To Humanity” was performed by 250 voices in 25 languages and all in one song. A Movement who called the attention of the world’s press from Australia, to United States, United Kingdom and Middle East.

Facebook Community Here:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArtistUnitedOfficial

Watch Artist United Backstage and Story Here:
https://youtu.be/vKq9SN7Wjok

One – of a kind upgrade of the Artist United Community is the partnership deal signed with XOTV. This partnership gives Artist United Members the opportunity to start their own channel with the support of Visionary Vanguard Records Crew and the added perks of having their content seen by potential sponsors and various major brands for product placement. The options for content delivery are incredible: Live Streaming, Ticketed Online Events, On Demand Content, Monthly Subscription Based, Pay Per View, Downloadable Content and much more.

“With the 1 Year Anniversary of AU, we want to say our special thanks to those who were always there for us and embraced our visions for tomorrow, such as the super talented graphic designer and Founding Member Melody Joy Potgieter from South Africa, Fashion Designer Louis Philip Valles and Vague d’Amour, Vanessa Brandon and Jumbo Love Foundation, Manager Martin Sylvester Nelly from Nigeria and Jerry Praise together with Orchestra Director Abili Samuel, the young Australian cinematographer Blake Pocock and Blake Allan Media, Music Producer Jordan deGaetano, Peace Advocate Amb Malvyn Azeez and Matchbox Entertainment in Nigeria, Manager and Stylist Amaka Victor, all our sisters and brothers: Jacqueline Spence, Shiri Schwartz, Writer Jane Shields, Frank Jerome LeGree, Drummer Cuzz Wilson, Producer Ariel Cervantes from Mexico, Ella Ho, Ijeoma Obiajunwa-Ajiamah, Singer Prince Aaron, Painter and Artist Shermy Coleman, Kaya Elbaz-Welsh, and many other…”

SOME OF THE SHOWS SOON AVAILABLE ON XOTV:

CO-EXISTENCE “JOY, TRUTH AND PAIN” – BY MISHA SAFRAN, a Brilliant Advocate for Equality and Self-Awareness from California very well known on social medias for her strong empathy and deep knowledge of the dynamics of modern social systems.

TALES OF THE OUTBACK – BY ANNE FRASER Australian Singer and Songwriter from the slopes Volcano of Mount Gambier located in South Australia which shares the Australian culture of life, discovering talented artists that are home grown, the indigenous music and culture, personal view points on humanity, compassion, art and soul connections, and tell her own story from the early beginning of her music career in order to encourage others to keep singing and creating the love with music.

THE SPECIAL ONE – BY MAHMOOD AL-HAIKI Straight out Bahrain, born in 1991 with physical disability in the limbs, will share a motivational series made of resilience. Despite his disabilities. He founded the “Dream Team” and gained his public recognition for his inspiring and motivational flash-mobs and speeches such as “You are Stronger” and “But My Mother is Different” “Who are They” and “You Have No Excuse!”

NANA’S STORYBOOK CORNER – BY FAITH BOUCHARD the Author of Successful Children’s Books Series “The AlphaBeings and Battle of the Bad Words” eclectic artist and strong minded woman.

BEYOND SOUNDS – BY “MARIE” MARIANA AGUIAR Music Producer and Radio Hoster from Portugal.

HURDY GURDY NEW AND OLD MIDDLE AGE’S FOLK MUSIC – BY MONIKA FINK Straight out of Austria, across the Alps and the breathtakingly European landscapes, artist Monika Fink presents an exciting leap into the past with her “Hurdy Gurdy”. A Voyage between old and new middle ages Folk Music.

MUSIC MISSION – BY LEXY SOPHIA

UMAMI MEMORIES – BY GABRIEL VALENTINO

THE ODIGOTH GOSPEL TALENT HUNT MAKING OF – BY MARTIN SYLVESTER NELLY

Press & Media Contact:
Visionary Vanguard Records & Animation
Los Angeles, CA 30064
United States
+1 (404) 519-7213
https://www.facebook.com/HeartLikeNeverBefore

Twisted Roots Winery Makes Holiday Shopping Easy with wine discounts, Free shipping, Gift packs

When it comes to spreading Christmas cheer this holiday season, nothing brings more joy than the gift of wine.

Carmel Valley, CA, November 08, 2019 – When it comes to spreading Christmas cheer this holiday season, nothing brings more joy than the gift of wine.

Let Twisted Roots Winery be your holiday headquarters for unique gifts that will surely bring smiles to any adult friend or family member.

It all starts with Black Friday, widely regarded as the first official day of the Christmas shopping season. Always celebrated on the day after Thanksgiving, this year’s Black Friday madness occurs on Nov. 29.

Avoid the chaotic shopping malls and head to sunny, tranquil Carmel Valley. Twisted Roots will offer a 30 percent discount on cases (including mixed varietals) purchased from the tasting room at 12 Del Fino Place. The discount extends to the online store (coupon code is CYBER) at www.twistedrootsvineyard.com/online-store, and includes free shipping.

What follows Black Friday? Cyber Monday, of course. Twisted Roots has you covered, offering free shipping from its online store, along with 40 percent off select varietals.

Interested in holiday gift packs? The Twisted Roots tasting room makes it easy to “grab-and-go with a pretty bow!” Pair an Old Vine Zin with a Chardonnay, or a Petite Sirah with a Sparkling Brut Rosé — all with savings of 30 percent off (tasting room only).

Finally, Twisted Roots offers gift certificates. Available on the bar in the tasting room, they allow the recipient to shop for what they want, when they want!

Contact:
Marci Bracco Cain
Chatterbox PR
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455
http://www.twistedrootsvineyard.com/online-store

Carmel Jewish Film Festival Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Award-Winning Movies, Speakers, Receptions March 7 – 22, 2020

The 10th Annual Carmel Jewish Film Festival (CJFF), featuring 10 films from six countries, noted speakers, and panel discussions, will be held March 7-22, 2020.

Carmel, CA, November 07, 2019 – The 10th Annual Carmel Jewish Film Festival (CJFF), featuring 10 films from six countries, noted speakers, and panel discussions, will be held March 7-22, 2020. Starting in December, film and venue information, dates, and times can be found on the CJFF website (www.carmeljff.org). Tickets will be available either through the website or by calling (800) 838-3006 starting at the beginning of January.

Festival highlights include:

OPENING NIGHT (MARCH 7)

“Fiddler: Miracle of Miracles”

When “Fiddler on the Roof” opened on Broadway in 1964, it explored themes of tradition, religion, and anti-Semitism against a modern backdrop of radical social change that addressed gender roles, sexuality, and race. Rare archival footage and interviews with musical luminaries explore the legacy of this long-running, award-winning musical. London and Broadway theater star Alexandra Silber will entertain following the film and talk about her book, After Anatevka. A reception will precede the film.

“VIOLINS OF HOPE” (MARCH 8)

Marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the Violins of Hope will visit Northern California and make an appearance at the Carmel Jewish Film Festival. Some of these violins were played in concentration camps to entertain Nazis and lift the spirits of fellow prisoners; others were played in ghettos and labor camps to earn money for food. These instruments were restored in Israel and are a testament to the remarkable resilience of the human spirit. The CJFF is partnering with the Monterey County Symphony and Chamber Music Monterey for this event.

Following a film about the Violins of Hope, renowned violinist Cookie Segelstein of Berkeley, CA, will play some the actual instruments, tell their stories, and talk about the cultural significance of music in Jewish communities in Eastern Europe. This program is part of Violins of Hope San Francisco Bay Area, presented in association with Music at Kohl Mansion, Burlingame, CA. A reception will precede the film, and a private reception with Cookie Segelstein at a private home will follow the event.

“BUDAPEST NOIR” (March 14)

The CJFF will host a Q&A with award-winning filmmaker Éva Gardos following this thriller set in Budapest in the politically fraught autumn of 1936. The film follows a scrappy reporter as he probes the murder of a femme fatale, leading him into the dark crime underworld. Francis Ford Coppola gave Gardos, born in Hungary, her first job in film, working as a production assistant on Coppola’s epic “Apocalypse Now”. She went on to establish a career as a film editor (“Valley Girl”, “Mask”, “Bastard Out of Carolina”), working with distinguished directors such as Barbet Schroeder, Peter Bogdanovich, and Anjelica Huston.

Éva’s screenwriting and feature film directorial debut, “An American Rhapsody”, starred a young Scarlett Johansson. The film is based on the true life events of Éva’s family escaping from Hungary in the 1950s and being forced to leave their infant child (Éva) behind. Éva spent six years in Hungary with foster parents before rejoining her biological parents in America. The film won many prizes on the Festival Circuit and was released by Paramount Classics.

“THE ACCOUNTANT OF AUSCHWITZ” (March 15)

Partnering with the Catholic Diocese, the CJFF will screen a Canadian film “The Accountant of Auschwitz”. In 2015, 94-year-old former German SS officer Oskar Groning admitted his guilt and went on trial. But bringing war criminals to justice asks fundamental moral questions with few simple answers. From Nuremberg to the new alt-right, this documentary is a stark reminder to “never forget”.

CLOSING NIGHT (MARCH 22)

The CJFF also will partner with the local Muslim community for the Closing Night selection Abe, a Brazilian film centered on a teen curious about his family’s Middle Eastern culinary heritage. A reception with Israeli and Arab dishes will precede the film.

As the only Jewish film festival in Monterey County, we serve all residents with our efforts to promote understanding, respect, and cooperation through education using the medium of film. While informed by a uniquely Jewish sensibility, our films communicate themes and messages with universal appeal to a wide audience drawn from the Monterey Peninsula and beyond. Our festival’s accompanying programs further engage mind and heart through discussion and social interaction. We hope that our festival will help bridge cultural and religious differences and contribute to community solidarity and peace.

Additional information about all films and events, including ticket prices, can be found on the Carmel Jewish Film Festival website (www.carmeljff.org).

Contact:
Marci Bracco Cain
Chatterbox PR
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455
http://www.carmeljff.org

There’s a Gift inside Every Gift Purchased at Goodwill Central Coast — your Holiday Shopping Headquarters

What if you could buy someone a holiday gift that would keep on giving long after the wrapping paper is recycled?

Salinas, CA, November 06, 2019 – That’s the reality when shoppers comb the aisles or the online store at Goodwill. Each purchase enables the community-based nonprofit to better fund its job-training and employment placement services — so you’re actually giving twice.

Make Goodwill Central Coast your holiday headquarters — from setting your Thanksgiving table to finding that perfect gift on Black Friday and beyond.

Thanksgiving
Goodwill Central Coast stores are closed on Thanksgiving Day, allowing employees time with their families. But gearing up for Turkey Day has never been easier thanks to the wide range of items Goodwill sells at lower-than-retail prices.

Find deals on platters, wine glasses, table runners, silverware and more. Or create that perfect DIY tablescape with marked-down items such as candles, ornate pumpkins and decorative linens.

Black Friday
The busiest shopping day of the year begins at 7 a.m. at all Goodwill Central Coast stores. Find 25 percent off all items marked with a colored tag, along with Door Buster specials on new goods (including cookware).

Arrive early and stay late for two daily drawings in each store, where you could walk away with special merchandise.

Other special shopping days
There’s always a good excuse to shop at Goodwill during the Season of Giving. Join us for Small Business Saturday (Nov. 30), Sorting Sunday (Dec. 1) or Giving Tuesday (Dec. 3). Except for Thanksgiving, our stores are open throughout the holiday season.

Stocking Stuffer Campaign
Throughout December, all Goodwill Central Coast stores will put an emphasis on stocking stuffers priced in four categories (under $20, under $10, under $5, and under $2).

The list of stocking stuffers is as long as your imagination, but popular items include jewelry, games, earbuds, phone chargers, candy, ornaments, decorative mugs and books.

Donations
Remember, if you’re not in the shopping frame of mind, you can donate new and gently used items to Goodwill — all treasures for someone else to find and turn into jobs. From home pick-ups to tax write-offs, Goodwill makes donating as easy as possible. Find out more at www.ccgoodwill.org.

About Goodwill Central Coast
Goodwill Central Coast, a private 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, began in 1928 in the city of Santa Cruz and today has expanded into three counties: Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Luis Obispo. Goodwill Central Coast now employs more than 600 people, including employment training professionals, sales personnel, donation center attendants, warehouse and distribution workers, and administrators. Its programs strengthen communities by improving job growth, the lives of individuals and families, and the health of our environment. Each year Goodwill assists more than 9,000 job seekers get back to work and reclaim financial and personal independence. Goodwill provides a positive learning environment that creates brighter futures through connecting people to meaningful work.

Contact:
Marci Bracco Cain
Chatterbox PR
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455
http://www.ccgoodwill.org

Goodwill Central Coast CEO Moving to New Position in Goodwill Organization; Board of Directors to Begin Executive Search

The Goodwill Central Coast Board of Directors today announced that CEO Ed Durkee will be moving to a new position as CEO of Goodwill Industries of Central Florida in Orlando.

Salinas CA, November 05, 2019 – The Board said that Durkee leaves Goodwill Central Coast on sound financial footing and that the strength of the management team and Board will contribute to successfully move the organization through the transition.

The Board has also appointed Tom Moran as interim CEO effective upon Durkee’s departure date of December 13. The Board has formed a search committee and will hire a search firm to begin a search for a new CEO.

“We are entering this transition as a strong organization,” said Board Chairman Tom Strait. “We

wish Ed all the success in his new position. He leaves Goodwill Central Coast in good shape,

allowing a new CEO to seamlessly continue Goodwill’s important work.”

Durkee has been the CEO at Goodwill Central Coast since 2013.

About Tom Moran
Tom Moran has been CFO of Goodwill Central Coast since the beginning of 2018. He previously served on the organization’s Board of Directors from 2009-2014, including holding the role of Board Chair in 2013. Tom brings to Goodwill 20 years of experience in retail strategic planning and finance, including CFO roles at Conn’s, Inc., and at West Marine, with prior experience at ARAMARK, Limited Brands, and CarMax Auto Superstores. He has a bachelor’s degree in Physics from the College of the Holy Cross, and an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Tom and his wife Lindora enjoy hiking and the many other outdoor activities that California has to offer.

About Goodwill Central Coast
Goodwill Central Coast, a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization, began in 1928 in the city of Santa Cruz and today has expanded into three counties: Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Luis Obispo. Goodwill Central Coast now employs over 600 people, including employment training professionals, sales personnel, donation center attendants, warehouse and distribution workers, and administrators. Its programs strengthen communities by improving job growth, the lives of individuals and families, and the health of our environment. Each year Goodwill assists more than 13,000 job seekers get back to work and reclaim financial and personal independence. Goodwill provides a positive learning environment that creates brighter futures through connecting people to meaningful work.

Goodwill Central Coast
1566 Moffet Street
Salinas, CA 93905
(831) 423-8611
https://www.ccgoodwill.org

Media inquiries: Marci Bracco Cain at 831-747-7455 or marci@chatterboxpublicrelations.com

Contact:
Marci Bracco Cain
Chatterbox PR
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455
https://www.ccgoodwill.org

Renovated Capitola Goodwill Store Will Host Grand Reopening on Aug. 22

After completion of a major renovation project, the Capitola Goodwill store will celebrate its grand reopening on Aug. 22.

Capitola, CA, July 28 2018 — After completion of a major renovation project, the Capitola Goodwill store will celebrate its grand reopening on Aug. 22.

The store at 1550 41st Avenue in Capitola will host city officials, Goodwill board members and staff for a reopening ceremony at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 22, and will open to the public at 9 a.m.

The store has expanded into an adjacent space, growing from 11,500 square feet to 17,500 square feet, expanding and improving its donation processing area and retail sales floor. The expansion also allows Goodwill to add six more full-time employees to its current 24 employees.

“This investment renews our very strong commitment to Santa Cruz County,” said Ed Durkee, President and CEO. “Once completed, we will have remodeled, moved or renovated all four retail stores in Santa Cruz County in less than 24 months.”

Goodwill’s Santa Cruz store at 204 Union St. is also getting a new look and is scheduled for completion about the same time as the Capitola store.

“Our commitment and continued presence in these communities is unwavering and we look forward to many more decades of community support and providing jobs to people with barriers to employment,” said Durkee.

Jim Burke, Vice President of Retail and Operations, said that donations to Goodwill and shoppers to the store have seen an uptick in recent years, which the expansion will be able to accommodate.

“We’ve enlarged the donation area by three times, so logistically, we’ll be able to handle all the donations the store gets,” said Burke.

The expansion also benefits Goodwill’s mission to help people train for and get jobs in the community.

Goodwill Central Coast continues its investments in Santa Cruz County and creates more jobs,” said Durkee. “Goodwill is creating more jobs and training opportunities through additional investment in our Retail Training Centers in Capitola and Downtown Santa Cruz.”

The opening takes place just prior to Be Kind to Humankind Week, an annual celebration of kindness that is recognized globally from Aug. 25-31 every year. The week is a time for everyone to reflect on what we can all do in order to make this world a better place.

About Goodwill Central Coast

Goodwill Central Coast, a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization, began in 1928 in the city of Santa Cruz and today has expanded into three counties: Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Luis Obispo. Goodwill Central Coast now employs over 600 people, including employment training professionals, sales personnel, donation center attendants, warehouse and distribution workers, and administrators. Its programs strengthen communities by improving job growth, the lives of individuals and families, and the health of our environment. Each year Goodwill assists more than 10,000 job seekers get back to work and reclaim financial and personal independence. Goodwill provides a positive learning environment that creates brighter futures through connecting people to meaningful work.

Capitola Goodwill

Donation Center and Store

1550 41st Avenue, Capitola, CA

(831) 462-1300

https://www.ccgoodwill.org

Store hours:

9 a.m.–8 p.m. Monday–Saturday

10 a.m.–6 p.m. Sunday

Contact:

Marci Bracco Cain

Chatterbox PR

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 747-7455

https://www.ccgoodwill.org

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