Presentation on theme: "Accept the challenges so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory. General George S. Patton Current Events SPOTLIGHT Service of the Month Color copies."— Presentation transcript:
Accept the challenges so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory. General George S. Patton Current Events SPOTLIGHT Service of the Month Color copies $1.00 each Holiday Closings This Month PES will close at 3:00 PM on Friday May 22 and remain closed Monday May 25 in observance of Memorial Day. REMEMBER… IF YOU HAVE AN AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY OR AN URGENT SITUATION, PLEASE CALL: Mill Plain Road PLAZA EXECUTIVE SUITES N ewsletter Seminars and Networking Meetings in May May 14, 2009 – Networks Anonymous 11:30AM at Roccos Restaurant in Brookfield just before the four corners. RSVP if youd like to attend. Bonnie Joy Dewkett, AKA The Joyful Organizer, will be the guest speaker. May 16, 2009 – Life Settlement Introduction Seminar with Philip Loveless. 10:00AM – 12:00PM, Ethan Allen Hotel and Conference Center. To register call Lisa at May 20, 2009 – Long Term Care Education Event by The Haas Agency which specializes in dealing with the challenges of long term care. 6:00PM. Biscottis Restaurant, New Fairfield. Limited seating, please call Celeste to RSVP at May 21, 2009 – New Milford Business Scene. 5:30PM – 7:30PM. The Cookhouse. May 21, 2009 – Join the hosts of the Ridgefield Chambers Networking Groups at 6:00PM for and Snooze You Lose at Natures Temptations in the Juice Bar. May 21, 2009 – Life Settlement Introduction Seminar with Philip Loveless. Live webinar at 1:00PM via webex.com May 28, 2009 – Brookfield Chamber After-Hours Business Gathering. 5:30PM – 8:00PM. Brookfield Craft Center. May 26, 2009 – PES Networking Meeting. 9:00AM Conference Room, Plaza Executive Suites. Our meetings are now open to all. Please invite others and RSVP to Lisa Dye at PES welcomes Brandon Platt and Doug Faynor with My Beanstalk, Inc. and Jerry Dee with Re/Max Unlimited and Steve Ross with Re/Max Classic. Were glad youre with us! Close but no cigar! Thanks to all who requested to play in PESs First Golf Outing. Unfortunately, we didnt get enough teams together for our event, but well keep you posted when we put together an outing again. Tim Seibert of Seibert Insurance is chairing an Ice Cream Social with the PTO of the King Street School on May 22, Tim is asking local businesses to donate a product or service to be raffled off later that evening. If you or anyone you know would like to help, please contact Tim directly at Would you like a months rent free? All client referrals that result in a 6 month or longer Agreement with PES will receive one months rent…free!! UP TO $1, May 2009
Want to appear in the PES Newsletter? Your news is welcome! Please Lisa before the 25 th of each month at to have your information, upcoming event, promotion, article or anything you would like to announce featured in our next months newsletter. Out and About…Friendly Reminders from PES Please remember that invoices for Agreement and Administrative charges are due by the 10 th of each month to avoid finance charges. Please remember to use your mail key to pick up your mail. If you need assistance and require PES staff to deliver your mail to you, a $2.50 service fee will be assessed. All client requests for service must be ed to and or submitted in writing. T.V. Moms Trivia In honor of Mothers Day, heres some interesting tidbits about your favorite T.V. moms… Marion Cunningham of Happy Days was an archeology major in college. Actress Katy Sagal wore her own red bouffant wig to audition for the role of Peg Bundy in Married with Children. Florence Henderson later claimed that she begged the producers to give Carol Brady a job on the Brady Bunch. Morticia Addams maiden name was Frump. It took Carolyn Jones two hours each day to put on Morticias make-up including a wig of human hair. The role of Carmela Soprano was originally offered to Lorraine Bracco, who turned it down. Linda Lavin, who played the role of Alice, also sang the shows theme song. The only time Wilma Flintstone is seen wearing shoes was in the pilot episode called The Swimming Pool NewsTimes.com The News Times In this economic time, the last thing you are thinking about is spending money on advertising. However, in order for your business to prosper YOU NEED to brand your business. I am just a phone call away to accommodate your needs. I am your Danbury representative, Thomas Murphy. Please reach me at the office, or my cell, May 22, 2009 – Annual Meeting/Leaders Luncheon. 11:30AM – 2:00PM. Amber Room, Colonnade. Keynote speaker, Jim Calhoun, University of CT Head Basketball Coach. For information, Green Tip of the Month Next time you are in the mood for a glass of wine, consider making it biodynamic. Biodynamic wines are becoming much more widely available, and many are highly regarded, as well as better for the earth. Biodynamic farming is based on the precise observation and an attempt at balance of nature, a concept originated by the early 20 th century Austrian philosopher Rudolph Steiner. So, biodynamic wine is not only 100% organic, in addition, the grower has gone beyond to try to bring the farming process more in tune with nature. For instance, biodynamic wine growers make their own compost and/or watch the stars and planets to time what they do. The goal of biodynamic winemaking is to view the vineyard as a complete living system. Its about the soil, the insects and other vegetation and animals that inhabit space in the vineyard – all working in harmony to bring you some incredible tasting wines. You can find organic wines at Stew Leonards Wines and Spirits, or Avallone Discount Wine and Spirits, Both vendors are in Danbury. June 24, 2009 – Wine Tasting Event. 5:30 – 7:00PM. Plaza Executive Suites, 3 rd floor. Let your palate sample delicious local CT wines, which will be featured at this event along with a selection of cheeses, breads and other delightful tidbits. A note from Albert B. Ashforth, Building Management: Please note that hallway light times have been changed. Lights will turn on at 7:30AM and turn off at 9:00PM.