Thrillanthropists

Grammy Nominated Singer Torica

 

ATLANTA, GA –Dec. 2011 -­‐-­‐-­‐ Despite her busy schedule, Grammy nominated R&B ar:st Torica, always has :me for two important aspects regarding women: service and beauty. Currently hard at work in the studio prepping for the release of her album, A Beau:ful Mess, Torica will combine the two and help homeless women in Atlanta prep themselves for the holidays and beyond. Through her Beauty and Beyond Drive, the singer will collect beauty products, toiletries, and other necessi:es to benefit the Atlanta Day Shelter, a shelter for homeless women and children. The drive will begin at the end of November and carry on through the third week of December.

FETCHbranding:

"A local business gets a thrill out of giving back"

 

This month’s “Thrillanthropist” is not an individual, but a group of branding specialists at FETCHbranding in Dania Beach. “We Care, We Give” is the team’s newest initiative to give back. At FETCHbranding a portion of every service and order total is donated to a charity of the client’s choice.

 World War II Veteran Corporal Elliott Herring

 

The City of Boynton Beach, Florida had the extreme honor of welcoming World War II Veteran Elliott Herring to their celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the start of the Battle of the Bulge at Veterans Memorial Park on December 16, 2014.

Bosom Buddies:

"How A League Of Friends Are Helping To Save Second Base"

Written by Chelsea Fuller

 

For years Patricia San Pedro, 52, has been the rock to so many people. Now it’s her turn to lean on her Bombshell friends as she battles breast cancer, the same disease that took her mother at age 59.

Jessica Jimenez:

Nothing Is Impossible To A Willing Heart

Written By Cynthia Lechan-Goodman

 

 

IIt’s mind over matter…if you don’t mind, it won’t matter!” These are the words of an Academy instructor that have guided the life and career of Jessica Jimenez, that have driven this Florida State trooper with 20 years in law enforcement to do good things in every walk of her life.

Susie Levan:

"A Well-Balanced Woman"

Written By Linda Firestone

 

Each of us has a journey in this life. The choices we make along the way determine the quality of that journey. In 1988, Susie Levan and her 6-year-old daughter were victims of a kidnapping. Susie “believes that everything happens for a reason.” Her self-reflective healing process that followed “helped me find more peace and understanding on many levels and gave me the opportunity to work with others during their personal healing journey.”

Keith and Doreen Koenig:

"Quiet Generosity"

Written By Ellen Crane Schulman

 

 

City Furniture President Keith Koenig and his wife, Doreen, are uncomfortable with accolades about their good deeds in the community. They believe the rewards they receive in return are even greater.

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