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Curves hold March food drive Gentle Yoga meets needs
To benefi t local families in need, the SanTan Sun area Curves locations are
of full-fi gured bodies
hosting a food drive throughout the month of March.
“At the core of our business is the message that women are stronger when
Everybody can benefi t from yoga, and Chandler’s Susan Shifman, owner of A
they rally together,” says Curves founder Diane Heavin. “We want to show our
Turning Point Fitness, offers a class designed for every body.
communities just how powerful the generosity of our members can be.”
“Our Gentle Yoga is for larger bodies and is specifi cally designed for health-
Curve members who donate a bag of groceries or at least $30 in March receive
challenged and plus size participants,” says Shifman. “In our yoga classes we use
a free, reusable Curves grocery freezer bag. Nonmembers who donate a bag of
blocks, chairs, blankets and other equipment to assist students in achieving proper
groceries or at least $30 between March 8 and 20 get a free Curves membership.
physical alignment without over-stressing muscles and ligaments. This yoga class
“Even if you’re not thinking about joining a gym, you can still drop off your
targets the individual who may be fearful about even showing up at a yoga studio,
donations,” adds Heavin. “There are so many families right here in our own
but would like to explore yoga for improving their health and fl exibility.”
community who need our help.”
Classes are held every Tuesday from 6 to 7:15 p.m. at Wellspring Holistic Health,
For more information, contact Nancy Gardner of Curves of Chandler, 2860 S.
430 W. Warner Rd., Suite 104, in Tempe. For more information, call 480-861-7781,
Alma School Rd., Suite 32, at 480-917-5700 or 97SY0QN@curvesmail.com; Emily
or visit www.aturningpointfi tness.com.
Williams of Curves of Chandler, 1949 W. Ray Rd., Suite 27, at 480-786-3909 or
97PUDJ@curvesmail.com; and Sharon Gates of Curves of Gilbert, 1543 W. Elliot
Rd., Suite 102, at 480-558-1070 or 9ZXY0QN@curvesmail.com. Cartridge World offers
consumer advice
Beauty chain aids women’s shelters
In the market for a new printer? Cartridge World of Chandler has a word of
warning.
My Sister’s Place, a domestic violence shelter serving the East Valley, was the
“Next time you’re looking to buy a printer for your home or offi ce, don’t be
recipient of a $1,500 donation from Beauty Brands.
fooled by price tags that seem too good to be true,” warns Cartridge World CEO
As part of its “End Abuse” campaign, Beauty Brands contributed 100 percent of
Tom Fricke. “They usually are.”
the sale proceeds from Redken Guts volume-boosting spray foam to 27 domestic
The ink and toner remanufacturing retailer and franchisor lists fi ve points
violence shelters in the local markets it serves.
shoppers should consider when shopping for a printer. First, consumers should
“I am grateful to both the corporate offi ce and the Chandler Beauty Brands store
consider the “real” cost of ownership, taking into consideration the cost of the
for their efforts to stop domestic violence through their End Abuse program,” says
printer’s cartridges and the page yield per cartridge. Second, consumers should
Yvonne Taylor, director of domestic violence services for Catholic Charities, which
know whether the printer’s cartridges are refi llable and readily available. Third,
runs My Sister’s Place. “Beauty Brand’s generous gift can provide 250 meals for the
are cartridges included with the printer? Fourth, consumers should consider
women and children residing at our shelter.”
their unique printing needs, selecting only the functions they’ll actually use.
Last year My Sister’s Place provided nearly 6,000 nights of safety to women and
Lastly, consumers should beware of “free” printers offered with the purchase of
children fl eeing domestic abuse.
a computer or software, because replacement cartridges on free printers can be
excessively expensive.
Cartridge World is located at 2860 S. Alma School Rd. Call 480-917-1190,
888-99-REFILL, or visit www.cartridgeworld.com.
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