MisFit ResQ Rescue Event at Wellington Plaza

MisFit ResQ Rescue Event at Wellington Plaza









DATE :  December 15, 2018

TIME:  12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

LOCATION:  BURGERFI  12836 W. Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington, FL 33414

Looking for items for a silent auction

Donations of gift cards to Walmart, Pet Stores

MISSION STATEMENT: MisFit ResQ, is a non profit-501c3 animal rescue that focuses primarily on the animals that would not have a chance, many of which are highly adoptable dogs or cats, with emotional issues, abandonment, or medical setbacks that just need working out. We focus on the “underdogs”, the ones with broken bones, behavioral blocks, or mommies with puppies; typically the ones closest to euthanasia. The animals brought into MisFit ResQ’s program may have been found, abandoned, or surrendered to a high kill shelter, where their chances of adoption are less than average, or off the street. It is our focus to maintain good health and good emotional well-being, while developing them into wonderful loving adoptable companions.

ANIMALS FOR ADOPTION: please click on the tab that says adoptable babies  … best and most current place is our Facebook profile www.facebook.com/sandra.misfitresq Please bear with us, as the animals are not always updated on PetFinder as quickly as we may like.  Please feel free to ask about others that may be available that are not listed

June Trop, Author of the Miriam bat Isaac Mystery Series on Your Book Your Brand Your Business

Tune in on Monday, December 3 at 5 PM Eastern for my live interview with June Trop, author of the Miriam bat Isaac Mystery Series on Your Book Your Brand Your Business.

As an award-winning middle school science teacher, June used storytelling to capture her students’ imagination and interest in scientific concepts. Years later as a professor of teacher education, she focused her research on the practical knowledge teachers construct and communicate through storytelling. Her first book, From Lesson Plans to Power Struggles (Corwin Press, 2009), is based on the stories new teachers told about their first classroom experiences.

Now associate professor emerita at the State University of New York at New Paltz, she devotes her time to writing The Miriam bat Isaac Mystery Series. Her heroine is based on the personage of Maria Hebrea, the legendary founder of Western alchemy, who developed the concepts and apparatus alchemists and chemists would use for 1500 years.

June lives with her husband Paul Zuckerman in New Paltz, where she is breathlessly recording her plucky heroine’s next life-or-death exploit.

Discover more about June at her website: www.junetrop.com.

During the broadcast, June and I welcome your participation and questions from the chat room and will do our best to answer them all. Join us on Monday, December 3 at 5 PM Eastern.


Author and NYPD Veteran Andrew G. Nelson on Your Book Your Brand Your Business

Author and NYPD veteran Andrew G. Nelson joins Daria Anne on Your Book Your Brand Your Business on Monday, November 26 at 5 PM Eastern to discuss his acclaimed mystery and suspense novels, along with his latest release, Where Was God? An NYPD First Responder’s Search for Answers Following the Terror Attack of September 11, 2001.

Andrew G. Nelson is a twenty-two year law enforcement veteran and a graduate of the State University of New York. He served twenty years with the New York City Police Department during which time he served as a detective in the elite Intelligence Division providing protection to visiting dignitaries.  He retired in 2005 with the rank of rank of sergeant.

He is the author of the James Maguire and Alex Taylor book series’, as well as several non-fiction works: Uncommon Valor & Uncommon Valor II, which chronicle the insignia of the NYPD’s Emergency Service Unit.

During the live interview, Andrew will share his motivation for choosing a career in law enforcement, how his real life experience influences his work, and why he chose to become an indie author. As always, we will take your thoughtful questions from the chat room and look forward to your participation.

For more about Andrew G. Nelson, visit his website www.andrewgnelson.org.

Follow him on Twitter @Andrew_G_Nelson

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Check out his Author Page on Amazon