Thank you to everyone who joined us this morning for the BCA Hospitality Breakfast. A special thank you to our guest speaker, Col. Mark Tillman, who was able to teach us a lot about our country and about the days surrounding the tragic events on 9/11. He described the confusion, the fear, the anguish, but especially the heroism and patriotism that our country and it's leaders showed during such a dark time.
Although it's been over 17 years later, Col. Mark Tillman is a reminder that we will never forget everything that happened and everyone we lost on September 11, 2001.
KTB Healthy Morning
According to a 2017 survey out of the Society for Human Resource
Management, standing desks are the fastest growing benefits trend. But
if your office hasn’t yet gotten around to installing them just yet, here
are some alternatives you can easily incorporate into your daily routine
that yield a similar, positive effect.
- Take a 10 minute walk every hour.
- Office Yoga - Bring a yoga ball to your cube and use that as a chair.
- Stretch at your desk. There are several exercises you can do to
stretch your arms, shoulders, neck and back while you are sitting.
- Start scheduling “active meetings,” aka walking meetings.
Making your meetings on-the-go can provide something like 20 miles each week to your exercise.
- Sit at 135° in your chair. Leaning back (if your office chair is capable) actually puts less strain on your back than slouching forward or at 90°.
Kistler Tiffany Benefits is dedicated to helping their clients and their employees to positively manage their health and live their best lives. For more information, visit www.KTBenefits.com/KTB-cares.
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Thank you Haefele, Flanagan Co. team for reccomending this month's Charity Spotlight, Amigos de Jesús.
Amigos de Jesús is a home for abandoned, abused and impoverished children in rural Honduras. They also financially supports the care and education of over 400 children living in local villages and shelters in Guyana, Tanzania and Argentina.
Please feel free to reach out to Phil Rapone, Executive Director (email@example.com) or visit their website to learn more https://www.amigosdejesus.org/
It was wonderful sharing our morning with you! As always we welcome your feedback thoughts and suggestions on your experience this morning email firstname.lastname@example.org
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