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Montclair Women’s Club Kicks Off Zoom Series With Art Program

MONTCLAIR, NJ — The following news release comes courtesy of the Montclair Women’s Club. Learn more about posting announcements or events to your local Patch site.

Montclair artist Carol J. Cohn will lead a dynamic, collaborative art program on Oct. 29 as the inaugural offering of a new 2020-21 virtual season for the Montclair Women’s Club, which is welcoming its community back for the first time since February.

The club is reaching out to its community with “Among Friends,” a new monthly series of Zoom-based programs that will spotlight members who will share their personal passions, interests, and experiences.

In the first of the series, Cohn will present a virtual, participatory session in which audience members will be able to reflect upon and share experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic — an opportunity to capture its personal impact while invoking the power of art to heal individual and collective trauma. The

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CyFair Women’s Club continues mission during pandemic

They’re building a small army of service-oriented volunteers with talent and time to make their community better. Despite the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic, the Cy-Fair Women’s Club continues to extend their sphere of influence and work ethic to provide assistance for those who need it most in the community.

They can be found behind the concession counters at the Berry Center or distributing food for people in need. They attend monthly meetings to plan their service projects and then act on those plans brightening the lives of hundreds of their fellow citizens. While money is offered to students for scholarships — some $61,000 during 2020 — and aids other charitable organizations in the community, it’s their leadership that most rely on in the community.

One board member put it succinctly.


“While we are primarily a women’s group, we certainly don’t discriminate! We are always looking for civic-minded, service-oriented

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Sam’s Club Is Selling a Stella Rosa Gift Pack With 5 Different Sparkling Wines

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Variety is the spice of life — which is why we always make sure our cabinets are stocked with red, white, rosé, and sparkling wines. As much as we love finishing a bottle of wine, mini bottles are perfect for the evenings you just want a glass or two. Sam’s Club is making sure that you don’t risk a flat bottle of sparkling wine, because it’s stocked with Stella Rosa’s gift pack of one-glass bottles just in the time for the holiday season.

Dubbed the Stella Rosa Stellabration Assortment Gift Pack, the set gives you five wines so you can have your own tasting. It includes Moscato Rosé, Rosso Semi-Sweet, Stella Peach Semi-Sweet, Prosecco Sparkling, and Stella Pink Semi-Sweet. Whether you’re in the mood for a red or rosé, there’s a sparkling or semi-sparkling option to pop.

The pack includes five 187-milliliter bottles, so combined they equal

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Sam’s Club to hire 2,000 workers ahead of holiday shopping season

Sam’s Club plans to hire 2,000 workers as it prepares for an extended holiday shopping season transformed by the coronavirus pandemic.

The Walmart-owned wholesale chain will station the full-time staffers in its distribution and fulfillment centers across the country, including a new facility that opened outside Los Angeles last month ahead of the holiday rush.

The jobs will be permanent, and new hires working in fulfillment centers will get a $2-an-hour boost to their wages during the holiday season, Sam’s Club said Thursday.

The hiring spree is part of the big-box retailer’s revamped holiday strategy, which will include a greater emphasis on online shopping amid the COVID-19 crisis.

In a first for the holidays, more than 100 Sam’s Club stores will fulfill internet orders and ship them directly to customers, which the chain expects to account for a fifth of all online orders. And all 597 locations will continue offering

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Sam’s Club is hiring 2,000 e-commerce workers and launching week-long deals in preparation for a surge in online holiday shopping



a sign on the side of a building: "COVID-19 has changed how our members shop and the experiences they desire," Sam's Club Chief Member Officer Tony Rogers said in a statement. Johnny Louis/Getty Images


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“COVID-19 has changed how our members shop and the experiences they desire,” Sam’s Club Chief Member Officer Tony Rogers said in a statement. Johnny Louis/Getty Images

  • Sam’s Club will hire 2,000 permanent workers to staff its fulfillment and distribution centers.
  • The Walmart-owned members-only retailer has also begun launching holiday deals. 
  • Like many retailers, Sam’s Club is overhauling its holiday timeline in order to suit the needs of members during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Sam’s Club is embarking on an e-commerce hiring spree and launching early deals ahead of the upcoming holiday season.

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Walmart’s members-only warehouse chain announced that it will be hiring 2,000 permanent, full-time workers to staff fulfillment and distribution centers and bolster its supply chain. Hundreds of those new employees will be working at the company’s newest fulfillment center in Perris, California.

Sam’s Club’s push

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Why the renamed, reshaped Timpanogos Golf Club may become a model for golf courses around the country

PROVO — Handyman Mike Bate headed for his black Ford 150 pickup truck at 8 a.m. to go home. He’d been at the golf course all night sawing pieces of railroad ties for tee box markers.

This simple act by a guy with a sawzall tool and his all-nighter a week ago is symbolic of the work put into creating a new face and name at the old East Bay Golf Club. The course has endured the brunt of developmental hacks, scraps and scars since its inception in 1923, even before there was a Yankee Stadium in Gotham.

Provo golfers have been pulled like a yo-yo. Bounced like a pinball.

No more.

From now on, it will be known by its historical name, Timpanogos Golf Club, and the facility is now a state-of-the art golf billboard reflecting the most dominating geographical feature in Utah Valley. It also provides a full

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A Radnor Valley Country Club Wedding Captured in a Music Video

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The groom premiered the song to his bride at their rehearsal dinner.


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Jesse Ruben and Jen Jacob held their Radnor Valley Country Club wedding on October 7th, 2018, and released their music video this month. Photo and wedding video by Tree of Life Films & Photography

It’s been almost two years since Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Jesse Ruben and actress Jen Jacob got married at Radnor Valley Country Club. But their Big Day and all the moments around it are memorialized in a new song, “Future,” that Jesse, a third-generation Philadelphia musician (he was born in Montgomery County), released to the public this past Friday, September 25th. Well, it’s not necessarily new to everyone: He premiered it to Jen, who hails from Bucks County, during their rehearsal dinner

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Ideas For Fashion Club Activities

Although many schools sponsor organizations for students interested in art, fashion design and merchandising, some students prefer to form informal fashion clubs. Students join these clubs because they are interested in a career in fashion, or simply want to share their love of fashion with others. Fashion clubs attract members by planning a variety of activities.

A fashion club has numerous options to choose from to complete community service. Project ideas include coat drives, collecting used clothing for disaster relief, raising money for a scholarship fund or supporting a famous fashion charity. Of course, service projects do not have to be related to the fashion industry. Recycling, health walks and food drives are also possibilities.

Club members can engage the student body by supporting school events. This may entail attending school athletic events, concerts and plays. See if the club can sell clothing designed by club members at these events … Read More

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