PR for People Monthly September 2017 - Page 6

SEPTEMBER– in – Brief

From Colorado Edith

Lynn Beer writes about Equine Therapy in a wonderful article, Therapy: Forget the Couch! Think Horses!

From Nebraska

Kindra Foster takes us on a tour of Virginia’s Café: Destiny on Route 66. From the time your car pulls into the lot at 3820 Cornhusker Highway, a remembered “grandma’s house” aroma begins to permeate your soul.

From New York City

Attorney Roger Barton writes about how his firm, Barton LLP, has joined its fellow 175 member firms of Primerus, a society of the world’s finest independent, boutique law firms in a collective food drive to combat local and global hunger by declaring September “Primerus Fights World Hunger Month.”

And in case you missed it…

Wali Collins teaches Jenna Bush to be funny on the Today Show.

From San Francisco

Linda Jay presents her destiny in Livin’ Small.

From Enumclaw, WA

Author Tom Blaschko, who wrote the landmark spiritual treatise “We all have Souls,” has penned an interesting blog about “Souls, Hate, Free Speech, and the Charlottesville Killing.”

From Lynnwood, WA

Nicola Smith was destined to become a visionary and innovative leader. She has entered the realm of politics at a much needed time in American history when we yearn to have true leadership. The city of Lynnwood is fortunate to have her as their Mayor.