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Ervin Hypnosis Center to Celebrate New Location and Anniversary

E rvin Hypnosis

Center, of Bartlett, will hold a ribbon- cutting and open house to celebrate its

new location and its five-year anniversary of practicing healing in the community. The ribbon-cutting will be held at 11 a.m., followed by the open house until 4 p.m., on August 16. Established in 2007, the center

has assisted numerous clients in enhancing their lives and improving their health. “People of all ages and walks of life come to us to work on a variety of issues, such as to stop smoking, lose weight, relieve stress and tension, overcome irrational fears and performance enhance- ments,” says Richard Ervin, founder. “Referrals come from physicians, counselors and other providers. Most importantly, our happy clients are our best referral resource.” Ervin believes that each person is unique and requires individual at- tention, and he tailors each session to fit the individual’s needs. Additional practitioners also work out of the new location, including other hyp- notists, sound therapists and massage therapists, many of whom will be at the open house to visit with guests interested in their services.

Location: Ervin Hypnosis Center, 2865 Summer Oaks, Ste. 100, Bartlett. For more information, call 901-826-4389, email or visit OpenHouse.htm.

6 Greater Memphis


Shelby Farms Park Conservancy Wins National Award


helby Farms Park Conservancy was recently selected to receive the

National Health and Fitness Award by the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). The award will be presented on October 17 in Anaheim, California.

Each year, NRPA National Awards are presented to individuals and agencies

across the U.S. to honor their efforts in the field of parks and recreation. Recipi- ents are chosen for excellence in a variety of topics, including professional and voluntary service, programming, leadership, research and public outreach. “Congratulations to Shelby Farms Park Conservancy for winning this presti-

gious award and for continuing to produce meaningful education programs that encourage our community’s children to live healthy lives, eat healthy food and spend time outdoors,” said Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell. “We are proud to bring the National Health and Fitness Award home to

Memphis,” said Laura Adams, executive director of Shelby Farms Park Conser- vancy. “Woodland Discovery Summer Challenge camp is a great example of the innovation and creativity of our team and the collaborative nature of our commu- nity partners and sponsors like Medtronic Foundation.” Medtronic Foundation’s sponsorship allowed the Conservancy to offer a free and reduced-fee structure to children from low-income communities. With com- munity partners such as the YMCA, Neighborhood Christian Center and Urban Youth Initiatives, the Conservancy is able to produce an inclusive, community- driven camp experience that connects a diverse group of children to the park, to their city and to one another. Shelby Farms Park Conservancy is a nonprofit organization that manages and

operates Shelby Farms Park, a 4,500-acre urban park, and Shelby Farms Green- line, in Memphis.

For more information, call 901-767-7275 or visit For more information on the National Recreation and Park Association, visit

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