Earth Day Oprah Show To Air Again on Friday, January 4, 2008!
Great news!  The Earth Day Oprah show that aired last April 2007 which features Shaklee Get Clean will be rebroadcast next week - on Friday, January 4th!  The show focused on making a difference by changing just one thing. Making a difference in the environment and people's lives is what Shaklee is all about.  The Earth Day show generated HUGE interest in Shaklee earlier this year, and we expect the rebroadcast show to do the same. Oprah's daily viewership is 9 million people!  That's a lot of eyes viewing Shaklee - many for the first time!
Feel free to share this information with anyone and everyone you know, and once again, get ready for more interest in Shaklee, in your Shaklee business and in everything you offer to help make a difference in people's lives

Trivia Night


The friends and family of Jared and Beth Johnson are hosting a trivia night fundraiser to help the couple with their adoption of twin boys from South Korea. Teams cost $80 and may have up to 8 members. Silent Auction items, mulligans, and a cash bar will also be available at the event. Top prize is $200. To register, contact Kim Nimrick at (309) 786-3591 or

Beth and Jared Johnson are a Quad-Cities couple building their family through international adoption. In 2005, they brought home their oldest son, Thomas Jung-hyun, from South Korea. "We are so lucky to have a strong community of support around us," said Jared. "Before we brought Thomas home, all of our friends and family pitched in to host a multi-family yard sale that raised nearly $2,000. That was enough to pay for our plane tickets to South Korea. This time, since it is not really yard sale season, they came up with this wonderful idea of having a trivia night." Jared and Beth are currently in the process of adopting a pair of twins, Russell Jin-pyo and Elliot Jin-seo, also from South Korea. All the money raised by this Trivia Night will go towards helping the Johnsons bring home their newest family members. Jared and Beth both grew up in East Moline and currently live in Davenport. Jared is the Director of Marketing for the Quad City Symphony Orchestra, and Beth is staying at home with their now 3-year-old son Thomas. If you are interested in donating items for silent auction, or simply giving money to the cause, please contact Susan Curry at (309) 752-1917.

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Rivermont Collegiate
invites you to drop your computer off on campus between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM
Saturday, December 15 for much-needed modification. Rivermont's Computer
Club led by the faculty technical guru will provide a wide range of computer
optimization services for varying flexible fees. The Computer Club can only
services machines with Windows 2000, XP, Vista,
and Mac OS X.  Services offered include, but are not limited to:  Hardware & system software upgrades and repairs, one-time and permanent back-up solutions, virus expulsion, removal of background tasks, and hard dist and registry optimization.  Computer Opitimization Day is a proud tradition at Rivermont Collegiate, providing excellent problem-solving experience to students with a high computer-tinkering aptitude. Rivermont Collegiate is located at 1821 Sunset Drive in Bettendorf (just north of K & K Hardware).  For more information, please contact Emily Rogers at 563-359-1366, ext 301.

ImageContact:  Joe Boyle                                                                          For Immediate Release
(563) 650-7102


"Animate My Heart" Premiers at the Green Room Theatre

"Animate My Heart" follows the story of a child that contracts cancer
at a young age.  He attempts to fight this abysmal disease by probing
the depths of his imagination.  In the face of imminent tragedy, his
mother finds it difficult to cope.  The 50 minute film was locally
produced over the last year and utilizes native performers, composers,
and artists.  

"This film was a very personal experience" says filmmaker Joe Boyle. 
"My sister had cancer twice at a young age and still suffers ill
effects from the disease."  The filming experience became even more
trying when the father of a cast member tragically succumbed to
cancer.  Local performers Tracy Pelzer-Timm, Jonah Luebke, and Tom
Morrow star in the film.  The musical score was composed and performed
by local performer Leah Knudsen, with selections by Jake Cowan and A.J.

This film is the latest from local 22 year old
filmmaker Joe Boyle.  He has been writing and directing films for the
last 10 years.  His films have screened and won several awards in
various film festivals, ranging from local and regional events to
festivals in Los Angeles, Seattle, and Canada.

"By screening this film to the public, I hope to help people remember
the horrors of this disease.  I hope that the members of our community
will be impassioned to uplift and comfort current cancer patients and
to contribute either to finding a cure or preventing the disease in the
future," says Boyle.

"Animate My Heart" will open Friday, December 14th at the Green Room
Theatre, 1611 2nd Avenue, in the District of Rock Island.  There will
be showings at 6PM and 9PM.  The filmmaker will also be premiering a
new short film entitled, "A Plea for Everyman."  Additionally, there
will be a special appearance by the local band The Post Mortems at the
9PM screening.  Cost is only $5.

"When my sister had cancer, she was given a beautiful gift by the Make-A-Wish foundation.  The family trip to Florida
that we received gave her repose from her pain, if only for a short
while.  I hope to be able to give at least a little bit of that joy to
another child."  As so, a portion of the profits will be donated to the
Make-A-Wish foundation.


If you would like more information about this story or are interested in setting up an interview, please call Joe Boyle at (563) 650-7102.  Production stills and photos available upon request.

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TK's Family Restaurant in Colona, Illinois, has a menu of items that make up a wish list for a 20-man platoon that is stationed in Afghanistan. The Colona Business Association's "Adopt A Platoon" program is part of the national Adopt A Platoon program( This organization asks people to send mail and donate everyday items to the troops overseas.


The Colona Business Association sends gifts to the troops all year, not just during the holiday season. Please drop off your donations at the Colona Bank, Blackhawk State Bank's Colona branch and, of course, TK's Family Restaurant. While you are at the restaurant, you may want to try their ½ pound "Monster Burger."


Here is a list of the items that's on the troop's wish list: arts and craft supplies, batteries (AA and AAA), beef jerky, blank cards, blank CD's, board games, bubble gum, coffee and creamer (the powdered kind), coffee cups, computer games, crossword puzzles, darts, DVD's, flashlights, goldfish, hard candy, letter writing materials, mac-n-cheese, pen lights, plastic models, poker chips and cards, popcorn, Pringles, puzzle books, salt and pepper, and spices.