December 2016


With Christmas fast approaching this also means the closing of another year.

I like to take time to reflect and be thankful for all that has transpired throughout the year. To acknowledge the successes and challenges; because one without the other means that we have not grown. My office team and I will be celebrating with a Christmas dinner. We will take this time to enjoy each other’s company outside of the office, to laugh, eat and be merry!

I would urge you to reflect on your year as well and take time to remember all that you have accomplished. Be thankful for lessons, happiness and love that you have shared with your family and friends.

This month’s topic in the newsletter is “Creating Memories this Holiday Season.” I hope that you find these tips helpful, or share with a friend or family member who may find them useful.

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,
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Our office will be closed on Friday, December 23rd and Monday, December 26th in observation of the Christmas Holiday. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, December 27th. 

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All you will need for your Train:
  • 1 pack of gum
  • 1 pack of Lifesavers
  • 1 Hershey Kiss
  • 1 Rolo
  • 1 Hershey miniature
  • 4 peppermints (individually wrapped)
  • 1 Glue stick to piece everything together.
  • Glue the roll of Lifesavers candy to the pack or gum.
  • Glue the peppermint candies on each side to make the wheels.
  • Glue the Hershey's Kiss on the top-end of the Lifesavers to make the train smokestack.
  • On the other end of the train glue a Rollo candy to make the engineer's room - glue a small candy on top for the roof (use a Starburst candy or mini chocolate bar).
  • Take your mini Hershey's bar and run a glue the entire length and place on back end of the Candy Train.
Enjoy and have fun!
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