Today’s guest picture comes from my son Tony who has been experimenting with my old Lumix which I gave to him on Thursday. This is his ‘flying birds’ taken at none o’clock in the evening.. We had a really lovely day today with a cool underlying temperature (17° C at its hottest) and wall to […]
Today’s guest picture shows Justin half way up the Old Man of Coniston in the Lake District yesterday. He was accompanying my brother Andrew to the summit and had paused to admire the view. My brother took the picture. I am going to break with habit and start today’s post with a picture that I […]
I’ve been querying a book and it has not been going well. I had a few requests from conference meetings and Twitter pitchfests, but in the actual emailing-agents-I’ve-never-met process, I was just not getting the response I hoped for. This was deeply puzzling. I definitely workshopped the heck out of the actual book. It’s a […]
Please take a moment to read this… It won’t take long. First of all, many of you know about the parsonage (house owned by the church I now pastor) that we are going to be living in soon. If you don’t know about it, just watch this video entitled “The Parsonage Project.” Anyway, part of […]
The community United For Health And Prevention, Incorporated doing business as cufhap is a non-profit organization exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501 (c)(3). We are classified as a Public Charity Foundation.
Mission Statement: The Community United For Health And Prevention, Incorporated is dedicated to the beliefs that everyone supposes to be in good spirit, in good faith and in good health. We intend to create an atmosphere of healthy community by promoting activities that would make each neighborhood, clean, safe and healthy.
Philosophy: Our philosophy is to treat everyone with with dignity and respect regardless of age, sex, race,religion,ethnic background,disability and sexual orientation.
Goals: Our goals are to provide to the people free blood pressure screening,free diabetic education, free breast-self examination education for early detection of breast cancer, HIV counseling and referral for testing, implementation of an EVR(Eradication,Vaccination, Research) program aiming at decreasing partially the mosquito population in the United States and abroad in order to decrease the incidence of mosquito borne diseases. Currently we are reaching the shelters in Massachusetts providing to the clients free blood pressure screening. We are currently exploring the desire to write the Haitian Project proposal whose goals are to provide free health services to Haitians living in Haiti,in the United States and other countries.
The Community United For Health And Prevention is operating with the assistance of a Chief Operating Officer(CEO), a President, a treasurer, a clerk and some board of directors. The tasks of these officers are very hard because they are not compensated. The purpose of this publication today is to ask the people for their support. We also need assistance of Governments such as the US Governments as well as the Governments of Countries we will operate. We are currently receiving emails from the Center For Disease Control(CDC). This is how we keep the people updated about the latest statistics. Our readers can reach us at google.com, WordPress.com (Site title), tweeter. Our current phone number is 508-405-6763.You can also email us at email@example.com. This concludes our little presentation about the Community United For Health And Prevention(cufhap).
Now let us share the CDC weekly report.
ZIKA Virus Updates July 7,2017.
Pregnant with any Laboratory Evidence of Zika virus infection.
Source Pregnancy Registries as of June 27,2017
US STATES and DC:1,997
ZIKA Virus cases reported to ArboNET
Source ArboNET as of July 5,2017
US States and DC:5,365
For more information about the ZIKA Virus,please visit http://www.cdc.gov/zika.
Today’s guest picture was sent to me by our daughter Annie along with the comment, “Guess where I am.” It turns out that it’s not Naples….or Middlesbrough. Wherever it was, it was a lot nicer there than it was here today. It was raining when we got up and it is still raining, albeit in […] […]
There’s big money for fashion and beauty companies in encouraging the women of the world to emulate the French Girl.