Issue 10. November 2015
November 1, 2015
Gasp!... Is it really almost the end of December? With the year’s end is quickly approaching we find ourselves reflecting on all the miracles that have filled our lives in 2015. The year has not been without challenge but it has certainly been joy filled. We are thankful for our awesome patients, our talented team of specialists, our supportive families and each other. One word sums it up… “Blessed”… but if I could offer a second… it would be “thankful”!
With grateful hearts we wish you great blessings this holiday season and for the coming new year!
-Dr Hansen & team
Food Drive Challenge
We are always looking for ways to support the community around us. This season we are part of a “Food Drive Challenge” with 4 other dental offices: Drs Tim Quinn, Chad Smart & Vince Kokich, Dr Steve Baerg, Dr Eric Kvinsland & Dr Kim Rioux. The food drive supports the Gig Harbor Peninsula Fish Food Bank, an all-volunteer non-profit organization funded entirely by donations. The food bank is in constant need of donations and volunteers. We encourage you to fill your hearts as well as the community around you by giving this season.
Drop off food donations at any of the dental offices listed above by December 22nd or go directly to the Gig Harbor Peninsula Fish Food Bank website link
H&A's Favorite Things of 2015
Did You Know?
• The biggest snowflake ever recorded was eight inches by 15 inches in Montana in 1887.
• Seven out of ten dog owners say they buy their dogs gifts over the holidays.
• The US Post Office processes more than three billion Christmas cards every year.
2 oz gin
1 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice
2 tsp fine sugar
Champagne or sparkling wine
Garnish: long thin lemon spiral
- Fill cocktail shaker with ice, add gin, lemon, sugar, shake 15-20 sec
- Strain into champagne flute or Collins glass and top with champagne.
- Gently stir and garnish
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December 19,26th GHB Boat Restoration Program at GH Boatshop 9-5:00pm
December 20th Santa visits Harbor History Museum 12-4:00pm
December 18,19,26th Shenandoah Restoration Volunteering Harbor Museum 10-1:00pm
December 24th Chapel Hill Candlelight Christmas Services 3, 4:30, 6, 7:30pm
January 2nd Pier into the Night – Jerisich Dock 5pm
January 4th FREE CPR/AED Class – Northwest Response 3177 Harbor Dr. 6pm
For other local events and times click here