Debbie Turner’s Cancer Care Center Fundraisers this Saturday

first_img Zumba Party at the SportsplexThe American Cancer Society estimates that 1.6 million new cancer cases will be diagnosed this year.  This weekend you can do your part to help Debbie Turner help those who are battling cancer as well as support those who are caring for their loved ones as they battle cancer.  Debbie Turner’s Cancer Care and Resource Center will be the recipient for two exciting fundraising events this weekend.  You can workout at a Zumba Party or just party with Lonnie Carter & Chicken Train at the Rock Springs Bar and Grill this Saturday. Here are the details:Chicken Train at Rock Springs Bar and Grill.Come join us for a Zumba Party, all levels of fitness will enjoy this event. The  Zumba Party will be this Saturday at the Cooper Sportsplex  from 10a.m.-12p.m. at 432 Marshall Lake Road in Apopka. All ages are invited and wear pink to show off your support for Cancer Awareness. There will be raffles, prizes and food along with Paula, Pebbles, Cathy and Angela as your Zumba instructors. A portion of each $10 entry fee will be donated to Debbie Turner’s Cancer Care and Resource Center for awareness.If you like live music, Debbie Turner’s Cancer Center Live Concert will be held this Saturday June 11 from 3-7PM, featuring Lonnie Carter & Chicken Train. The event will be at the Rock Springs Bar and Grill at 4939 Rock Springs Road in Apopka. There will be barbecue, food, raffles and a 50/50 drawing. The proceeds go to help our local cancer families. TAGSChicken TrainDebbie TurnerFundraisersRock Springs Bar and GrillSportsplexZumba Previous articleTropical Storm Colin: 5:00 PM UpdateNext articleGut Instincts: The threat of Diverticulitis Sheri Austin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

Border Ag Inspector Bill Headed to President Trump

first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News Border Ag Inspector Bill Headed to President Trump By NAFB News Service – Feb 11, 2020 The House of Representatives passed a bill that authorizes funding for more agriculture inspectors to work with U.S. Customs. The Hagstrom Report says the House passed the legislation, known as the Protecting America’s Food and Agriculture Act of 2019 after it had already passed the Senate.“I’ve long raised the issue of inadequate staffing levels at the border,” says House Ag Committee Chair Collin Peterson. “It’s critical that we have enough CBP agriculture inspectors, specialists, and canine teams to protect our rural communities and our economy from foreign animal and plant pests and diseases.”A joint press conference featuring several representatives from agricultural states expressed happiness that the bill made it through both chambers of Congress. The legislation authorizes the hiring of 240 new agriculture specialists and 200 agriculture technicians until staffing shortages are resolved. It also assigns 20 agriculture canine teams to prevent harmful pests and foreign animal diseases from getting into the United States.During the press conference, the lawmakers pointed out that the country faces a shortage of agricultural inspectors that could leave the U.S. ag industry vulnerable to diseases, pests, and other threats that could potentially devastate the American economy and affect the health and safety of millions of American people. Facebook Twitter Previous articleNo Export Changes Due to China Trade Deal in Supply and Demand ReportNext articleHoosier Schwab Elected NCBA Region 1 Vice President NAFB News Service Facebook Twitter SHARE Border Ag Inspector Bill Headed to President Trump SHARElast_img read more