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Nov 2015

EXTRA EXTRA/UPDATES - Nov 2015

 

Deborah Hospital Foundation

Berkeley Twp. Chapter: Holiday City, Silver Ridge Park & Local Communities
Submitted by: Robert “Blaze” Blaesser

November 13th meeting 1pm at Holiday City South Clubhouse, 139 Santiago Drive followed by luncheon and entertainment and raffles. Call Nancy Iannicelli 848-227-3694 for details
 

December 11th Annual Holiday Party 12:30pm at Clarion Hotel Rt. 37W. Luncheon and entertainment. Call Nancy Iannicelli 848-227-3694 for details
 

January 8, 2016 meeting 1pm at Holiday City South Clubhouse, 139 Santiago Drive followed by luncheon, entertainment and new officers installation. Call Nancy Iannicelli 848-227-3694 for details
Join us at our meetings and meet Membership Vice President Shirley Cheety, always happy to enroll new members. Dues are $15 per year. Call Shirley at 732-281-1053.


Members and nonmembers who want any Deborah information should call John Shaud 732-657-7712.

Deborah News. The Women's Heart Center offers a team of six female specialists committed to helping a woman build a whole picture of where she is in her life, and what if any lifestyle changes can help her stay healthy. To make an appointment at Deborah Women's Heart Center call 609-621-2080.


"There is no price tag on life"


 

Holly Twig November 15’ Update


Wow!  November already!   Holly Twig members are busy indeed preparing for our annual fund raiser “Boutique Sale”.  This event will be held on Monday, November 16th from 7am til 4pm in the outpatient lobby of Community Medical Center.  We will have a large array of wonderful gift items for the holidays.  Also, we will have a selection of gift baskets, which make a great hostess gift.  These items sell out fast, so get there early for the best selection.  These one of a kind gifts are sure to make a big hit with your family and friends.
Also, don’t forget to treat yourself.  We will be holding a bake sale with mouth watering goodies available.  This sale features inexpensive treats for your taste buds.


For several months, we have been selling raffle tickets for a $500 Visa gift card.  Some tickets are still available from any Holly Twig member and on the second Tuesday of the month at Holiday City at Berkeley.  The tickets will also be available the day of the sale and the winner will be chosen on that day.  The winner need not be present.


Next month there will be no meeting, but we will be enjoying a holiday luncheon at which our officers will be installed.  We wish them the best of luck in their endeavors.


 

HOLIDAY EVENTS AROUND TOWN

12/5/2015 - 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm
The Music Man Ugly Christmas Sweater Cabaret
The Music Man Ice Cream Shoppe 2305 Grand Central Ave., Lavallette Borough
Phone: 732-854-2779
Website: www.themusicman.com/event/christmas

12/4/2015 - 6pm - 8pm
Christmas Tree Lighting - Live Music, Activities for the kids, and a visit from Santa on the Fire Truck. Photo’s with Santa available after the tree lighting! Downtown Toms River, Cost: Free Admission
Phone: 732-341-8738
Website: http://www.downtowntomsriver.com

12/19/2015 - Noon to 5pm
4th Annual Christmas Parade - Christmas Parade along the boulevard featuring gifts, giveaways, Santa’s workshop, and a special Santa’s send-off live entertainment as we light Santa’s way back home to the North Pole., Seaside Heights Boulevard
Phone: 732-830-3700
Website: www.exit82.com

12/5/2015 - 1pm
Grunin Family Series presents Yates Musical Theatre’s A Christmas Carol Grunin Center for the Arts at Ocean County College, 1 College Drive Toms River. Single Ticket: $12 all Contact: Bobbi Krantz
Phone: 732-255-0400
Website: http://www.grunincenter.org


Beachwood Dental Arts

Why does losing teeth affect one’s appearance?

   Once you start losing your teeth, you can actually start to look older.  Losing a tooth can be damaging to one’s physical and psychological health.  If you choose to do nothing, and leave the space or spaces  without a replacement, this can result in further loss of teeth and bone and shifting  of remaining teeth. Loss of facial tone and bone can cause the facial muscles of the cheeks and mouth to sink into the extraction site.  This affects one’s appearance and self confidence.


   The sooner missing teeth are addressed, the better the results will be.  A single tooth can be replaced with an implant, a flipper or with a conventional fixed bridge.  A fixed bridge permanently replaces a tooth gap by placing crowns on either side of the space with an attached crown to replace the missing tooth.  There are advantages to a fixed replacement.  Since they do not come out of your mouth, they are easier to live with and feel more like the original teeth.  If fixed replacements are not an option, removable dentures will replace missing teeth at a fraction of the cost.  Additionally, it will help maintain your good health and appearance.  


   Other options are the implant-retained denture which are secured with implants for more confidence and ease in eating.  There are other options which can be discussed at your consult visit with the dentist.

 

Tooth-Friendly Foods For The Holidays

Vegetables: Raw vegetables such as celery, carrots, cucumbers, cauliflower, and broccoli help clean harmful bacteria off your teeth while chewing, and those with rough textures such as cauliflower and broccoli massage your gums. Carrots and broccoli are high in vitamin A which is also good for your dental health.

Nuts: Nuts are tasty and healthy. Peanuts contain calcium and vitamin D, both essential to your oral health and your general health. Walnuts are often used in various holiday treats and contain potassium, vitamin E, vitamin B6, magnesium, thiamine, iron, folic acid, and zinc, which all contribute to healthy teeth and gums.

Cheese: Cheese is rich in calcium which helps keep your teeth and bones strong. Cheese also balances the acidity of your mouth. Your mouth should be neutral, or non-acidic because acid erodes tooth enamel, dissolves tooth roots, and weakens teeth. Eating cheese can reduce the damaging effects of acidic foods and drinks such as wine, and it also helps kill harmful bacteria that causes tooth decay and gum disease.

 

 
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