Group to feature Inner Fire founder
Inner Fire, Inc. has been created to offer an alternative to the current treatment model of Psychotropic medications. It offers state of the art detoxification processes, holistic treatment modalities based on a range of proven therapeutic practices, structured individualized care and deep healing in a residential environment that values and reconnects the human being with his/her inner fire, inner creator and purpose in life. For further information, go to http://innerfire.us.
The Valley Lions Club meets the second Tuesday of each month to conduct a general business meeting and host a guest presenter to learn more about the communities of the West River Valley they serve. The club meets at the NewBrook Fire Station from 7 to 8 p.m. Those wishing to attend should note that, due to the community room being used for fireman training, the club will be meeting upstairs (we apologize as this space is not handicapped accessible). Please use the front office/dispatch door. Signs will be posted. Light refreshments will be served.
The club welcomes new members at any time. The first year dues are paid for by the club. For more information, contact Shelly Huber, president, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or connect on Facebook at Valley Lions
Club to message, or write to Attention: Shelly Huber, president, Valley Lions Club, PO Box 274, Newfane, VT 05345. Inner Fire, Inc. and Valley Lions Club are both approved non-profit, tax
exempt 501(3) organizations.
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