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There’s Joy in Jazzercise for the Cure

April 8, 2011

Joy visits with Colleen Manji and Fran Lasher, who are Jazzercise instructors, regarding their efforts to raise $10,000 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure, a non-profit group seeking to eliminate breast cancer. Through Jazzerthons across the country, Jazzercise groups have been raising money to assist with this effort. Participants raise money while having a great time doing Jazzercise routines while wearing outlandish outfits! On Sunday, Feb. 13, Jazzercise groups from across Georgia gathered at the Ritz Carlon to jazz it up for the cure! Colleen Manji has also made a special offer for those who visit her Jazzercise studios in Gainesville and Braselton. New students will get a free trial month if they mention this video! Call 678-357-1690 to sign up for a free month of Jazzercise at one of the following locations: Jazzercise Fitness Center of Gainesville 199 John Morrow Jr. Parkway/Dawsonville Hwy; Jazzercise Braselton at Celebration Church 5560 Thompson Mill Rd.; and Jazzercise Braselton at Heather Wayne Dance 5370 Thompson Mill Rd.

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There’s Joy in Reading The Shack

November 8, 2010

The third book that Joy’s book club discusses is “The Shack” by William Paul Young. The book is about a man named Mack, whose young daughter is kidnapped and brutally murdered, with her bloody clothes left in a shack, which the man visits and works through the meaning of suffering. The book was originally intended for the author’s children and close friends, and was rejected by 26 publishers. Finally, the book was published, became a paperback bestseller in 2008, and over 12 million copies have been sold as of 2010.

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There’s Joy in Traveling with the Trip Chicks

September 13, 2010

Ever thought about horsebacking in Iceland? Taking yodeling lessons in Switzerland? Join the Trip Chicks for a custom designed adventure! Joy interviews Ann Lombardi, one of the Trip Chicks partners, in this episode. Ann has traveled to more than 80 countries, and is working on becoming a member of the Century Club (limited to individuals who have visited at least 100 countries).

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There’s Joy in Reading Sarah’s Key

May 17, 2010

The first book that Joy’s book club discusses is Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay. Incorporating real life events with fiction, the book dramatizes one of the little known tragedies of the Holocaust, the Vel’ d’Hiv roundup of thousands of Jews in Paris, France. This book, the first written in English by this author, raises many issues which Joy’s group discusses over cocktails.

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