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Redwood Credit Union Hiring Event September 12, 2018
Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Redwood Credit Union (RCU) will host a hiring event on Wednesday, September 12, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at their Admin- istrative Offices at 3033 Cleve- land Avenue, Santa Rosa. The credit union has a wide range of career opportunities avail- able in lending, information technology, business services, accounting, human resources, marketing, and more, as well as many member service posi- tions in their branches and call center.
Interviews by appoint- ment are preferred—candi- dates can apply online using link below—but walk-ins are
welcome. Interested applicants should take the following ac- tions: Review current open- ings
careers. Select the job they’re interested
Now,” and then follow the guided steps to complete the online application. The most qualified applicants will be in- vited to participate in the Hir- ing Event interview day on Wednesday, September 12th. Redwood Credit Union of- fers competitive employee benefits, and was recently an- nounced as a winner of North Bay Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” award for the 13th consecutive year.
Upbeat Times in Mongolia!
ter and are happier than people whose friendships are more of the Facebook kind. But the hard thing about friendships is that, as adults in this culture, they tend to go by the way- side when we are tired, busy, stressed. In short; just when we need them most.
Focus on your friendships: put time and energy into shar- ing time and space with people you like and trust. If your whole life is con- sumed by business meetings, if
boss has claims on your time, schedule “meet- ings”
with your friends.
That way, when
work de- mands your available time be- yond what it should, you can with all honesty say, “I’m sorry, I have a meeting that day.” Su- per-busy? Meet your friend for a workout or a meal—I mean, you gotta eat, right? Share rides to places, so you can talk on the way. Have a slumber party, if that’s what it takes to get to- gether.
In short, rather than squish-
Hi Upbeat! Daniel Peters here! Upbeat around the world! Where to send our photos? Upbeat! We just returned from an epic trip to Mongolia and, of course brought the Upbeat Times along with us. ~ Thanks! Daniel and Alex in Monte Rio
Our parents deserve our honor and respect for giving us life itself. Beyond this they almost always made countless sacrifices as they cared for and nurtured us through our infancy and childhood, provided us with the necessities of life, and nursed us through physical illnesses and the emotional stresses of growing up. ~ Ezra Taft Benson
ing your friends into the inter- stices of your life, build your life around your friends. And when you’re together, really connect: talk about important things, share ideas and feel- ings and tell your friends how grateful you are to have them. (A gratitude practice, remem- ber?) In the long run, friends are the relationships that hold us, keep us together, bolster us and bring us joy. You will never find a better return on your in- vestment.
Drop-Kick Judgements to the Curb
Ok, this is a tall order, but I’m telling you about it because I think you
can handle it. The more judg- Live life to the fullest, and focus on the positive. ~ Matt Cameron
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mental we are, the less we can access happiness. I’m not say- ing to throw out your most highly cherished ideas of right and wrong: we all need a moral compass. I’m just saying that, in the course of deciding who we are (or who we present our- selves to be), we tend to choose camps, draw lines and defend our positions, to the death. It’s exhausting and enervating. It creates wars and perpetuates injustice. Becom- ing less judgmen- tal is hard, hard work. We’re taught
from early times that our judg- ments tell others
who we are, and we feel
oddly safe when we can point to someone or something and say, “that’s bad!” So, with the habit of a lifetime, in a culture that thrives on making judg- ments, I’m just saying, give it a try. Give someone a break. The guy who cut you off just got fired, maybe. Or had a bad diagnosis. The woman standing over there in the humiliation of the segregated smoking zone is working her way back from be- ing addicted to something that nearly killed her.
when someone does something dumb or unconscious or nasty, that we all bring with us all the pain and baggage of traumatic childhood events; the sorrow and disappointments of life, the wounds. We’re all walking around with holes in ourselves. I’m full of holes: so are you. We try and try to fill them, usually with things that make the holes bigger, until the threaten to eat us up. We don’t know any bet- ter, at first. No one tells us how. But one day, something sweet and gentle falls into the hole and it feels good and stays, and
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A Sunday school teacher asked her children as they were on the way to church service, “And why is it necessary to be quiet in church?” One bright little girl replied, “Because people are sleeping.”
October 6 & 7, 2018
11:00am to 05:00pm Cost: $5 - $140. Sonoma County Event Center at the Fairgrounds 1350 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa, California 95404 ~ For More Information: Local: 707-545-4200Email: harvest- email@example.com
Sonoma County Harvest Fair
Tues Sept 4 - Rock Overtime Student Performance
Wed Sept 5 - Irish Set Dancing Thurs Sept 6 - Eki Shola Fri Sept 7 - Lucky Losers Sat Sept 8 - Sonic Transfusion Sun Sept 9 - Celtic & Irish Jam Sessions Mon Sept 10 - Open Mic Thurs Sept 13 - Spirit n Soul Fri Sept 14 - Soul Fuse Sat Sept 15 - Pepperland
Sun Sept 16 - Gold Coast Jazz Band Mon Sept 17 - Open Mic Tues Sept 18 - Trivia w/ Rob Neidel Wed Sept 19 - Irish Set Dancing Thurs Sept 20 - Patrick Sweany Fri Sept 21 - The Aces & Huge Large Sat Sept 22 -
Gold Coast Jazz Band (3:00) Rowan Brothers (8:30) Sun Sept 23 - Old Time Fiddle & Irish Jam Sessions
Mon Sept 24 - Open Mic Tues Sept 25 - Pop-Up Jam Wed Sept 26 - Gailene’s Students Showcase
Thurs Sept 27 - Open Belly Night Fri Sept 28 - The Big Fit
September 29 & 30 - Culture & Diversity Film Festival
Live Entertainment Nightly, check our full schedule on website.
Restaurant & Music Venue 8240 Old Redwood Hwy, Cotati 707.795.7868
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