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Road Sign, Computer Services, Brewster NY

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS; 24-7-365

Their expert technicians provide service around the clock. Get the help you need, when you need it.

WE KNOW YOU DEPEND ON IT TO RUN YOUR BUSINESS

You need to know that everything will work, every minute of the day. A1 Computer Services’ proactive approach, based on scheduled maintenance and extensive monitoring, ensures that your IT systems remain reliable and effective.

As your business grows and changes, so do your IT needs. To keep pace, we are constantly testing the newest technology. Their service is based on regular customer contact, so they know what’s happening in your business and can make the right recommendations at the right time.

THEY SPECIALIZE IN SUPPORT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT

KEEP UP TO DATE. KEEP. KEEP RUNNING. KEEP PROTECTED.

DO YOU WANT TO EFFICIENCY AND PRODUCTIVELY GROW YOUR BUSINESS.

Then you need to take a responsive and progressive approach to manage your IT infrastructure.

Their mission is to provide our clients with the technology and services required to efficiently operate their business. A1CS offers both on-site and remote access, quality IT services for your office. Their expert IT professionals are available to provide you with support around the clock.

 

An affordable approach to your IT support needs!

At A1CS, we know what it takes to provide affordable, reliable IT Services at a low flat rate cost. Save the expense of an in house IT staff, and trust us to fully manage your IT needs. With their flat rate price model, you know what you are paying monthly, which allows you to prepare a budget for these costs with no surprises!

Just some of the items included in our Managed Service package:

  • Disaster recovery and offsite backup

  • Spam and Virus protection

  • 24/7 Monitoring

  • Proactive maintenance on all your network and computer equipment

  • Coordination with 3rd party vendors in support of their applications

  • Assist with new technology requests

  • Address user issues in a timely manner as they arise either by way of an onsite visit or remotely

Your network is only as good as the people who look after it and the people who installed it. That’s why you need to use A1 Computer Services. Call 914.495.3473 today!

Unlimited Signs did their road signs. For more information on Road signs, go to their website at unltdsigns.com

 

Tabletop Signs for COVID-19: Unlimited Signs, Designs, and Graphics

 

Tabletop Displays & Trade Show Literature Holders. Tabletop displays hold a variety of literature for marketing and advertising needs. Small signs are suited for locations to announce promotions on tables. These countersigns, tabletop displays work for retail stores, exhibition booths, or restaurant dining tables.

Tabletop displays hold a variety of literature for marketing and advertising needs. Small signs are suited for locations to announce promotions on tables. These countersigns, tabletop displays work for retail stores, exhibition booths, or restaurant dining tables. Sign holders, easels, even acrylic stands are small enough for easy transport. Use as temporary signage accessories or as more permanent table furniture. See a wonderful variety of mini display products below. Shop online to find endless tabletop displays for your dining area, checkout counter, or customer areas!

Some tabletop displays like our menu displays and table sign holders make nice dining accessories. Instead of a conventional book-style menu, tabletop menu holders are a contemporary alternative. Table tents, acrylic sign holders, or menu roll stands show menus to customers continually. Dining fixtures for restaurants can also accompany full menus. Accessories such as the plastic tower display or plastic frames stands are ideal for featuring dining specials, desserts, or drinks. Whatever your intention, there is a hospitality sign that is right for you!

Countertop sign stands such as our acrylic frames, metal picture holders, or plastic turntables are also portable. Take these accessories with you to trade shows, conventions, or other business conferences to use as models and counter exhibits. Tabletop curved frames are unique tabletop displays that give dimension to your posters or other information and make it pop out at the reader. Tabletop turntable displays are a good way to advertise special offers. The 4 paneled sides allow you to simultaneously promote 4 different aspects of your company, service, or product. The tabletop displays spin to make viewing easier.

Mini easels, which are also tabletop displays, make nice table furniture for offices, schools, or other places that might have desks. These particular tabletop displays allow you to change the picture or sign that is held as often as you like. Use the tabletop easels for daily reminders, weekly thoughts, or even permanent signs. Acrylic mini easels hold multiple pamphlets or brochures to offer to customers. Another type of tabletop display, an acrylic case, acts as a countertop exhibit. Put your collectibles, awards, or autographed memorabilia on view! These showcases enclose your small valuables or collections in an acrylic casing with wood base. Choose from various shapes and sizes to fit your trophy or memorabilia. Buy online today!

Displays2go has been fabricating Retail POP Displays, store fixtures, acrylic and plastic merchandising products since 1974. Our ever-expanding wholesale warehouse includes over 7000 different counter and floor merchandising products ready to ship immediately. Orders can be easily placed on our website or over the phone. Our staff is awaiting your order. Because we are a manufacturer we have an in-house team of custom designers, model makers and silkscreens/engravers to make a unique product if you desire.

Browse table displays and shop by selecting any of the images above. Orders received by 3 PM EST (M-F) usually ship on the same day. We are America's largest manufacturer of Point of Sale merchandising product. We have thousands of items in stock ready to ship as well as many other Point of Purchase products. Shop our main categories page for new ideas!

Unlimited Signs table makes the tabletop. For more information on the tabletop, go to unltdsigns.com

Lobby Sign, CT Dental Implant Center, Danbury, CT

 

VISIT THEIR WORLD-CLASS ORAL SURGERY FACILITY

Are you in need of oral surgery? Would you prefer to have the work done at a facility with a strong reputation among both doctors and patients?

 

Schedule an appointment at CT Dental Implant Center. Here are three reasons to trust us for your dental implant, bridge, partial dentures, or other oral surgical procedure:

 

1. THEY'RE A FAMILY-FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT

CT Dental Implant Center provides a warm, welcoming environment for patients of all ages. We understand that an upcoming surgery may be causing you to feel stressed and anxious, and we'll do all we can to alleviate those qualms. Patients as young as 9 years of age will feel comfortable during visits to our friendly medical facility.

 

2. THEY EMPLOY STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY

CT Dental Implant Center is a world-class oral surgery center. In addition to their knowledgeable doctor and staff members, they make use of some of the most cutting-edge equipment available. For example, they cone beam imaging machine creates 3-D pictures of a patient's mouth. Using this tool, our oral surgeon can see damage, cracks, and nerve clusters that a typical X-ray might miss.

 

3. WE RELY ON A RENOWNED DOCTOR

The lead surgeon, Wladimir Gedeon, D.D.S., is knowledgeable in the latest oral medicine innovations. His areas of expertise include:

 

Meet Dr. Gedeon

Wladimir Gedeon, D.D.S. is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon specializing in dental implant surgery. His areas of expertise include CAT Scan guided endosseous implant surgery, oral soft and hard tissue reconstruction and trauma surgery.

 

Dr. Gedeon graduated from Stony Brook University in 1990 with a Bachelor in Biological Sciences. He then earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery at Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery in 1997. He graduated in the top 10% of his class. Then in 2001, he completed his Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery training at Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center in Brooklyn, New York.

 

After earning his certificate in oral and maxillofacial surgery he started his dental implant center in Danbury, Connecticut. As past President of the Greater Danbury Dental Society, his involvement included instructing oral surgery procedures in the Danbury Hospital General Practice Residency.

 

Dr. Gedeon is a member of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and was named Top Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon in the 2009 & 2010 issues of the Connecticut Magazine.

 

Dr. Gedeon resides in Dutchess County, New York with his wife and three children.

 

 

Implant surgery

Oral hard and soft tissue reconstruction

Trauma surgery

Call 203-744-1240 to make an appointment at CT Dental Implant Center.

 

Unlimited Signs, Designs, and Graphics did their lobby sign. For more information regarding lobby signs and other signs, including COVID 19, check out our website at unltdsigns.com.

 

COVID 19 signs, 345 Main Street, Danbury CT

 

How to Become a Landlord in 10 Easy Steps | Millionaires

 

Manage the property.

  1. Get educated. ...

  2. Determine your investment criteria. ...

  3. Search for an investment property. ...

  4. Run your numbers (calculate cash flow) ...

  5. Complete due diligence. ...

  6. Fund the property. ...

  7. Get the property rent ready. ...

  8. Market the property and screen potential tenants.

What is the 2% rule in real estate?

Like the 1 percent rule, the 2 percent rule in real estate also helps investors measure rent to price ratio. ... However, The 2 percent rule suggests that a rental property is a good investment if the money from rent each month is equal to or higher than 2% of the purchase price.

 

How do I self manage my rental property?

Buy and repair a property.

  1. Set up a rental cost & tenant requirements.

  2. Find tenants and rent the house to them.

  3. Maintain the property.

  4. Collect rent and pay taxes.

  5. Profit!

 

 

Remember that in its most minimalistic form, property management requires only a few simple steps: 15 Things Tenants Look for in a Rental Property

 

  • Location, Location, Location. Any landlord worth their salt knows the saying, but it is an important reminder–Location is the #1 priority for most tenants. ...

  • Quality School District. ...

  • Safety. ...

  • Parking. ...

  • Younger Property. ...

  • Renovations and Upgrades. ...

  • Open Floor Plan. ..

 

 

 

  • .What makes a good investment property?

  • Cash Flow & Growth Potential

Cash flow is one of the most important factors to consider wheninvesting in a rental property. If there is no cash flow, why does it make a good income property investment? ... Much of the rest, including location, may not matter much without cash flow.

 

Unlimited Signs did their COVID 19 signs. For more information on COVID 19 signs, go to unltdsigns.com

 

Pylon Sign, ProWash car wash service, Danbury, Ct

car wash (also written as "carwash") or auto wash is a facility used to clean the exterior and, in some cases, the interior of motor vehicles. Car washes can be self-serve, fully automated, or full-service with attendants who wash the vehicle.

The basic principle in automatic car washing is the same as in hand washing. You first soap up the surface, scrub, rinse and then dry out the water from the car's body. In an automatic car wash, you drive into the car wash area and park the car in the wash bay

 

Is it bad to take your car through a carwash?

The answer really depends on the type of automatic car wash you're taking it through, but the short answer to this very common question is: Absolutely do not take your vehicle through the automatic car wash because it IS very bad for your vehicle's paint finish! Althoughextras like wax and tire cleaner may make your car look better, we found out that it won't hurt your car to skip them—and it might just save you some cash

 

How often should I wash my car?

Most experts recommend washing your car every two weeks or so throughout the year as a general rule. If you live in an area with a lot of salt — either from a nearby ocean or from salt trucks on the winter roads — you probably should wash it more, as salt can corrode the metal and cause rust

How long does a car wash take?

about 20-25 minutes

With that said, the Just Fine Shine (our standard interior/exterior wash) usually takes about 20-25 minutes. Extra services mean more time, so if you need a little extra scrubbing, be sure to plan accordingly. You can always leave your car with us while you grab lunch, a workout, or get a little shopping done.

 

Unlimited Signs did their pylon sign. For more information about pylon sign, go to unltdsigns.com

 

Marian Goldstein

 

 

 

 

Vehicle Graphics, Sheraton Care Givers, Westport, CT

Why Choose Sheraton?
Allowing someone into your home to help you or your loved one is never a simple decision. At Sheraton Caregivers understand this and have spent over 20 years developing a home care program that can make the choice easier for you. Their care management will help match you to a caregiver that will understand your unique needs and personality. This is accomplished through an in-depth care assessment and caregiver interview process, which allows you to meet potential caregivers in advance. This advance planning and preparation equips you and your loved one with the time and information necessary to make a comfortable and confident choice.

Personal Care Assistance

They work with their clients to customize a personal care plan that fits their specific needs. Their wide range of personal care services includes both full and standby assistance.

 

Their caregivers can assist with the following personal care:

Shower, bath, and sponge bath

Bathroom activities such as incontinence, inconsistency, and accidents

Personal hygiene includes haircare, skincare, oral hygiene, and denture care

Dressing and grooming our caregiver can assist with dressing and personal grooming

Assistance with mobility such as walking, exercise to retain and strengthen mobility

 

Medication Reminders

 

Medication management plays an important role in the daily lives of individuals with cognitive and/or physical impairments. Seniors with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, for example, are often prescribed medication to prevent memory impairment, promote sleep, reduce anxiety, and improve mood. Our care manager and RN review all medication lists and inform or any newly prescribed medication. Our caregivers ensure that you or your loved one is taking the correct medication at the appropriate time of day by maintaining a medication log.

 

Meal Preparation and Planning

Sheraton Caregivers collaborates with you and your loved ones to discuss dietary restrictions or personal food preferences. We encourage healthy eating habits for our clients by creating specific, nutrient-dense meal plans. Our caregivers prepare meals that are nutritious and delicious for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Sheraton Caregivers has partnered with Mom’s Meals, an organization that can deliver nutritious meals straight to your home.

We understand that physical environments greatly affect our well-being. Maintaining a clean and safe home can help bring you or your loved one a sense of calm and relaxation. Housekeeping is an essential part of the client’s overall experience with Sheraton Caregivers. By maintaining a clean environment, important items are less likely to be misplaced or pose as an obstacle to a senior’s mobility.

 

You can expect the following services for our caregivers:

Maintain cleanliness at home

Dusting, mopping, vacuuming and sweeping

Bathroom maintenance for a sanitary environment

Bedroom maintenance like changing linen

Collection and taking out the trash

Laundry

Kitchen maintenance, such as cleaning the kitchen countertops, microwave, and fridge.

 

Through careful planning on the part of our care managers, we match our A Caregiver who offers steady companion care to you, caregivers, to our clients who best matched their personalities and interests. or your loved one often becomes a true and trusted

 

Unlimited Sign did their vehicle graphic. For more information, check out their site at unltdsigns.com

 

Building Sign, Gary’s Barber Shop, Brookfield, CT

For Gentlemen on the Go
Just like the one of your grandfathers went to.

ABOUT:
PERFECT HAIRCUTS
OVER THE YEARS OF COLLECTING VINTAGE BARBER MEMORABILIA, OWNER GARY HAGGAS ENVISIONED OPENING A CLASSIC BARBERSHOP, MUCH LIKE THE ONE YOUR GRANDFATHER WOULD HAVE EXPERIENCED DECADES AGO.
Gary has the experience of working in an ethnically diverse modern barbershop, as well as a classic barbershop. So whether you need a military regulation cut, edge up, mohawk, fade or traditional hair cut, Gary is ready to meet your needs.

SERVICES
PRIDE IN EACH SERVICE
HAIRCUTS
Classic, Modern, Military, Fades, Flat Tops, Tapers

SHAVES
Hot Foam and Straight Razor

BEARD TRIM
MUSTACHE TRIM

PRICING
BEST BARBER EXPERIENCE
CASH ONLY
Trim your Beard
From $ 20
Trim your Hair
From $ 20
Trim Children (Under 15)
From $ 15
Trim Senior (65+) Hair
From $ 15
Hot Towel Shave
From $ 50
TACHE TRIM

WORLD-CLASS MEN'S HAIRCUTS
FOR GENTLEMEN ON THE GO

MASTER BARBER
Gary is the founder and owner of the barbershop.

HOURS OF BUSINESS
Saturday - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday - By Appointment Only
Monday - 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Tuesday - 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Wednesday - 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Thursday - 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Friday - 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
WALK-INS WELCOME

CONTACT US
616 Federal Road
Brookfield, CT 06804

Phone: 203-775-4900

Email: garythebarber81@gmail.comACHE TRIM

Gary wanted a building sign for his business. For more information on building, signs go to our website at unltdsigns.com or call us at 203 546 7267. You can stop at our shop at 72 Grays Bridge Road, Brookfield. No jobs are big or small. Now we are offering Covid-19 signs for people who are opening up. Please contact us at the above number.

Banners, Stadley Rough Elementary School, Danbury CT

School Address and Phone Numbers

•The school address is 25 Karen Road, Danbury, CT 06811.

•The school phone number is 203-797-4774.  

http://www.danbury.k12.ct.us/elemweb/strweb/Directions.html

 

•The fax number is 203-830-6520.

 

School Website

The website is https://sites.google.com/a/danbury.k12.ct.us/str/home

 

School Hours 

•Stadley Rough School hours are 8:25 to 3:00 PM.

 

Scheduled Early Dismissal (Conferences, PD Days)

•School Hours are 8:25 to 12:55 PM on scheduled early dismissal days like conferences and professional development days,

                                                  

 

Weather/Emergency Early Dismissal

•School hours are 8:25 to 11:50 AM on weather-related/emergency dismissal days. 

•There is no ELP Program on these days.

•Parents will receive phone notification of these dismissals through our School Messenger system.  Please make sure your phone numbers are up-to-date with the office.

 

Delayed Opening (Two-Hours)

•School hours are 10:25 to 3:00 pm on delayed openings.

•Parents will receive phone notification of these dismissals through our School Messenger system.  Please make sure your phone numbers are up-to-date with the office.

 

School Year

The school year is 180 days.  School Attendance is important for school success.  Children must be in school on time and must remain for the entire for maximum student success.  

 

School Attendance 

If your child is sick or needs to be out of school, you MUST call the school attendance line – 203-790-2819 by 9:00 am.  You MUST call every day that your child is out and leave a message stating your child’s name, grade and reason for his/her absence.  If your child is sick, please be specific regarding your child’s illness.  Upon your child's return to school please be sure to supply a written note explaining your child's reason for absence.

 

Arrival and Dismissal Procedures

Students who are being dropped off to school in the mornings should NOT be dropped off prior to 7:50 AM.  There is no adult supervision prior to that time.  All students must wait in the vestibule of the school, and will be permitted to walk to their classrooms at 8:00 AM.  Parents are NOT permitted to walk with students to their classrooms in the morning.  Parents who need to conduct any school business in the morning must report to the Main Office and speak with the secretary.  We now have a new parking lot and traffic configuration for parent and bus drop-off in the morning.  Please see the attached diagram for a description of the new traffic flow pattern for morning drop-off.

 

Parents who are picking up their children in the afternoon should line up outside the main door of the building.  Students will gather in the vestibule of the school.  At 2:55 PM, teachers who are supervising parent pickup will dismiss children to their parents from the vestibule of the school.  Parents will not be permitted to walk through the building or visit classrooms after dismissal.

 

Tardies/Early Pick-ups/Transportation Changes

It is IMPORTANT that children are in school every day – all day.  It is important that children are on time and remain in school for the full day.

 

If a child must be LATE, the child must report to the office for a late pass.  Children should NOT go to their classrooms if they are late.  If you absolutely must pick up your child EARLY, you MUST send in a note with your child that morning.  Parents MUST report to the office to meet their child for pick-up.  THIS YEAR, WE WILL NOT BE DISMISSING STUDENTS BETWEEN 2:30 AND 2:55.  IT IS DISRUPTIVE TO THE CLASSROOM AS THIS IS WHEN HOMEWORK AND FINAL INSTRUCTIONS ARE BEING GIVEN. If your child is doing something other than their normal after-school dismissal procedure, parents MUST send a written note with that change to the classroom teacher.  Notes can be in English/Spanish/Portuguese.  FOR SAFETY AND SECURITY REASONS, WE CAN NOT TAKE TRANSPORTATION CHANGES OVER THE PHONE. 

 

Transportation - STA

Questions regarding transportation (routes, stops, late buses, etc) should be directed to the bus company – 203-797-4728. 

 

Student and Adult BehaviorStadley Rough School is committed to creating and maintaining an environment that fosters safety, respect, and responsibility of all members of the school community.  It is important that ALL adults model appropriate behavior at school, school activities, and PTO activities.  Our children learn so much from how we as adults treat one another. 

 

Birthday Celebrations/Parties

In accordance with the district’s healthy child initiative, each classroom holds a monthly birthday celebration.  Parents should work with the classroom teachers regarding these celebrations.  Any foods that are served must be approved in advance with the school nurse due to allergies or other health concerns.  No home-prepared or home-baked items are allowed to be brought to school for celebrations.  All food must comply with our healthy foods initiative.  CUPCAKES, ICE CREAM, DONUTS, SODA, and the like will NOT be approved.  

 

Lunch and Breakfast

Children can purchase breakfast and lunch each day at school.   Breakfast costs $1.00 and lunch costs $2.45.  

Danbury Public Schools has adopted a computerized Point of the Sale payment system (Nutrikids) for all meals purchased in the district’s cafeterias.  Each student will have his/her own personal identification number (PIN).  Students will use the same PIN throughout their enrollment in the Danbury Public Schools.  New students to the district will receive information in September.  Parents can deposit money via the web by visiting  www.mynutrikids.com.  You will need your child’s ID number.

Families qualifying for FREE or REDUCED breakfast/lunch MUST fill out NEW FORMS EVERY YEAR.  These forms should be filled out ASAP at the beginning of the school year.

 

School Governance Council (SGC)

The School Governance Council (SGC) provides an opportunity for teachers, parents, and the community to work together to facilitate continuous improvement at our school.  All meetings will be posted on the school website. 

 

PTO Activities 

The PTO meets once a month, usually on a Tuesday at 7:00 PM.  All families are members of the PTO by virtue of having a student enrolled at Stadley Rough.  All parents are encouraged to attend the monthly meetings and the various PTO activities throughout the year.  

 

Dress and Personal Items

Function as well as appearance should be considered in choosing proper clothing for school.  Children go out to recess as often as weather permits.  Therefore, sneakers for PE and recess should be worn.  Flip-flops, sandals, clogs are not appropriate for school.  Hats are NOT to be worn in the building.  Clothing should be appropriate for school. FRIDAYS ARE SPIRIT DAYS.  STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR STANLEY ROUGH SPIRITWEAR EACH FRIDAY.

 

Children should be discouraged from bringing valuable items to school.  Many times these items end up broken or misplaced.  Cell phones, PSPs, DS2 should NOT be brought to school.  The school does not accept responsibility for personal items lost, stolen, or damaged at school.  

 

Volunteering 

Please participate in whatever way you can!  Parents play a crucial role in the success of our school! Your child’s teacher will explain ways to help at Open House. 

 

Homework

Each child will have a Homework Folder that goes home nightly with all homework assignments.  In addition, all students in Grades 2-5 have a Homework Planner where all homework assignments are written down each night.  Please review your child’s Homework Planner and Folder each night to be sure that all homework assignments are completed and brought back to school the next day.

 

Notices Home

This year we will be sending all school notices home in each child’s Take-Home folder on Wednesdays.  Please be sure to check the folder each Wednesday, review all notices, and return promptly to school those items which need to be returned.  This year, your child’s Wednesday notice folder will have a sign-off sheet stapled to the back cover.  Please sign each week in the designated spot to indicate that you have read through the notices in the folder for that week.  It may be necessary at times to send notices home on other days, so please check your child’s book bag daily.

 

School Safety Procedures

The following safety and security measures are in place at Staley Rough School to ensure a safe and secure learning environment for our students and staff.

 

•The only door through which students and visitors will be allowed to enter the building will be the main door.  All other doors, including the door near the Kindergarten wing, will remain locked.  When students are dropped off in the morning, they will have to enter through the main door of the building.  Staff on morning duty will be there to guide students to the main door and ensure they are walking safely along the sidewalk and into the building.  Parents should not be walking down to classrooms with students during morning arrival.  

 

•Parent Pick-up in the afternoon will proceed as follows:  Parents who are picking up their children should line up outside the main door of the building.  Students will gather in the vestibule of the school.  At 2:55 PM, teachers who are supervising parent pickup will dismiss children to their parents from the vestibule of the school.  Parents will not be permitted to walk through the building or visit classrooms after dismissal.

 

•The main door of the school will remain locked after school hours.  Parents picking up students from the ELP program or participating in any activities after school hours will need to be admitted into the building by a staff member.

 

•All visitors must continue to buzz in before being admitted to entering the building.  Upon entering, all visitors must proceed directly to the main office to sign in and receive a VISITOR badge, which must be worn at all times while in the building.  Visitors may be asked to show ID upon entering the building and main office.

 

•We will no longer be permitting parents or guests to have lunch with students or visit classrooms during the school day.  The only exceptions are parents who are doing planned volunteer work in the school or individual classrooms.  Those arrangements must be made in advance with the teacher, and the main office must be notified as well.

 

•Fire drills and lockdown drills are practiced on a regular basis to ensure that all students and staff are familiar with important safety measures and practices.

Stadley Rough Elementary School asked us to do their banner.  If you are interested in a large banner. Unlimited Signs will be happy to do this for you. 

Check out our website at unltdsigns.com or call us at 203-546-7367

 

Door Signs, Modern Spine, Bethel, Ct

Bethel Chiropractic was founded in 2017 by Dr. Richard Wilson.  Dr. Richard Wilson earned his Bachelor's Science in Biology from Southern Connecticut State University. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from The National University of Health Sciences. He later obtained a Master’s of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. He is a certified functional medicine practitioner and is an active member of the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM).

Dr. Wilson completed his clinical internship at The National University of Health Sciences Patient Research Center located in Lombard, IL. There he worked firsthand with some of the nation’s foremost physicians in chiropractic.

Dr. Wilson's goal is to help patients understand how they can optimize their health with regard to the most common conditions that are seen in his office. 

In order to do this, Dr. Wilson looks at how the body is functioning as a whole in order to find the root cause of the patient’s pain. He then puts together an individualized treatment plan that combines manual therapy, joint manipulation, and a rehabilitation exercise plan specifically tailored to each patient’s complaint.

This approach is to not only get his patients out of pain but ultimately aims to get them back to optimal function so that they can perform at their best in their everyday activities.

Dr. Wilson is trained in multiple soft tissue techniques, diversified adjusting technique, and flexion-distraction technique. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal and extremity disorders.

Schedule Your Bethel Chiropractic Consultation

 

Schedule A Free Consultation

 

Our board-certified doctor, Dr. Richard S. Wilson performs pain relief treatments all over Bethel, Danbury, and the surrounding areas.  Call us today for scheduling

Unlimited Signs, Designs, and Graphics did their door signs. For more information on door signs, go to unltdsigns.com or stop by the shop at 72 F Grays Bridge Road, Brookfield CT.

 

Marian Goldstein
Unlimited Signs Designs & Graphics, Inc.
203-546-7267

unltdsigns.com

 

 

Truck Vehicle Graphics, CT Freemason Foundation, Westport, CT

 

What is Freemasonry?

Freemasonry – A Way of Life
As the oldest, largest, and best known fraternal organization in the world, Freemasonry opens its doors to all who endorse its teachings. A strong belief in family, community, pride in our country, and sound ethical and moral values are what distinguish the Masonic fraternity. Their strength lies in the unity of our conviction to these ideals.

Freemasonry is the oldest fraternal organization in the world. It is dedicated to promoting improvement in the character of its members. Mason is taught to be a good citizen. To be of good character. To care for those less fortunate, and to give back to his community.

The Masonic fraternity contributes over $1 Billion each year to its philanthropic pursuits. Over $750 Million of that in the United States alone. The Crippled Children’s and Burns Hospitals sponsored by Shrine Masons are world-famous for their ability to help those most in need.

Freemasonry traces its roots to the Middle Ages. It is from associations of stonemasons, who built the magnificent cathedrals, castles, and monasteries of Europe that the fraternity started. These groups, eventually, began to accept members who were not actual working masons. At that time they adopted the term “Accepted” Masons, and Freemasonry was born.

Is Masonry A Religion?
No, it is not a religion. This is not to say that masons do not have religious beliefs. One of the tenets of the Masonic Fraternity is that its members are free to express their beliefs in the religion of their choice. However, it is also a condition of membership that each recognizes that the wonders of the universe are not here as a result of our doing. But rather as a result of a Supreme Being, who brings order and purpose to our existence.

Is Masonry A Secret Society?
This is a widespread misconception and is completely untrue. The so-called secrets of Freemasonry have actually been in print for well over a century. The fraternity does nothing to hide its existence, its purpose or its membership. The lessons taught in our meetings are meant for the improvement and education of our members. As such, there are portions of these lessons that are not discussed with that outside of the fraternity.

Grand Lodge – Local Lodges
A Grand Lodge is the governing body for a series of Local Lodges. The Local Lodge is where individual members belong. It is also where instruction is given and the actual work of the Fraternity is conducted. The first Grand Lodge was founded in London, England in 1717. It is from them that other countries petitioned for their own charters. They formed in groups, establishing their own Grand Lodges, which in turn gave charters to Local Lodges. Today, there are more than 150 Grand Lodges worldwide with a collective membership of more than 6,000,000.

What Are The Requirements For Membership?
Membership in the Masonic Fraternity is an act of free will. A man must ask for the opportunity. The potential member must be at least eighteen years of age, of sound moral character, and able to express his belief in a Supreme Being. One member of the Local Lodge being petitioned, as well as one other Mason, must be willing to sign his petition. His election is by unanimous consent.

Freemasonry – A Way of Life
As the oldest, largest, and best known fraternal organization in the world, Freemasonry opens its doors to all who endorse its teachings. A strong belief in family, community, pride in our country, and sound ethical and moral values are what distinguish the Masonic fraternity. Our strength lies in the unity of our conviction to these ideals.

Masonic Charity
The Masonic Fraternity believes that its members have an obligation to give back to their communities and to benefit others. It is an important point to emphasize that Masons are taught to go about these tasks in a quiet, unassuming fashion. This is meant to impress upon our members that it is the work, and not the individual, that is of importance. It is also to preserve the dignity of those for whom the work is performed. The philanthropic work of our Grand Lodge jurisdiction and its appendant bodies are as follows:

Masonic Body

Support Charity

Connecticut Grand Lodge

The Masonic Charity Foundation, Connecticut Freemasons Foundation

Scottish Rite

Schizophrenia Research, Masonic Museum and Library, Children’s Learning Centers, and Scholarships

Knights Templar

Eye Foundation and Research

Tall Cedars of Lebanon

Muscular Dystrophy

Shrines of North America

Crippled and Burned Children’s Hospitals

Grotto

Dental Care for Children with Special Needs Program and an annual grant to United Cerebral Research.

Eastern Star

Cancer Research and Religious Scholarships

Amaranth

Diabetes Research

Chapter, RAM

RICRA

Council, Royal and Select Masters

Arterial Sclerosis

 

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