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DeeNice last won the day on December 13 2012

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  1. Check out this event at: http://www.meetup.com/Juice-Veggies-Health/events/88350852/ Healthly Dishes for the Holiday Season - Juicing Veggies Health Juice Veggies Health Dishes for the Holidays - Monday, December 17 6:30 - 8:30 What better way to celebrate the Holidays in a Healthy way than to create delicious dishes? This workshop will be a live demonstration of dishes you can create for December. Van Buren United Methodist Church 35 Van Buren St Nw Washington, DC 2001 For more information: 202-642-4636 info@juiceveggieshealth.com
  2. Cable and Cable Alternatives This insightful workshop, hosted by the Capital PC User Group (CPCUG) and DeeNice, the Digital Dynamo will discuss how to improve your TV viewing experience without breaking the bank! A Free Meetup – Open to the Public ·Don’t Be An Unwitting Victim Of Escalating Costs & Hidden Fees From Cable Services. Top-Secret Tips for Cost Savings and Alternatives for TV Viewing - Part 2: Cable and Cable Alternatives A Free Meetup - Open to the Public Is your TV bill worth what you pay? ·Remember: AN UN-INFORMED CONSUMER MAKES A VULNERABLE CUSTOMER Saturday, June 9th Noon – 3 pm Location: 5425 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 600, Chevy Chase, MD 20815 202-642-4636 In this presentation, we'll delve deeper into how a smart, effective consumer can get the best television viewing experience from cable and cable alternatives, and how the existing regulations impact under-served communities. Finally, the PLAIN TRUTH about the top-secret tips and cost-saving alternatives you have available to you as a consumer that you never knew about before. This sequel to our previous presentation on cable and cable alternatives will provide a form, where you can plug in your needs and determine which are the best TV viewing options for you. Since we are all busy, many of us don't realize that the average cable consumer spends between $20,000 and $35,000 for cable service over a lifetime. In our current economic state, we can't afford such an expensive luxury. Hopefully, this assessment form can save you many dollars over the next 10 years. Then you can use that money to pay for more important things, like medical needs, college tuition, and those ever-escalating utility bills. This CPCUG Tech Day Meetup offers free advice and support to help our communities to live stress-free, money-saving lives. Registration: http://tv-cable-inte...eventbrite.com/ Event will be streamed live at: http://Use Full URL ...estream-cabletv There are so many questions that need to be answered in plain speech about what is the best and most cost-conscious television viewing experience you can have. Well, you might be surprised to find out about the many exciting products and viewing experience offerings out there that are cost-conscious, yet viewer-appealing! Stay Tuned! (No pun intended) Please send email confirmation to deenice@thedigitaldynamoblog.com and thank you for your consideration. Denise “DeeNice” Rhodes The Digital Dynamo SIG Officer Capital PC User Group 202-642-INFO (4636)