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HERE, SIR!! — Sgt. Tony Ludlow’s Newsletter for 8/26/09

Aug. 26th 2009

I have an iPhone.

Don’t hate.

But if you DO hate, there’s an app for that!

Calendars and schedulers and smart phones. Day Timers, Fil-o-Faxes, and Day Runners. So many ways to schedule and manage our time.

I’m glad that I’m not a parent of little children. You guys who are … God bless you! I’ve never seen such over-scheduling of time! The average 7 year old has a schedule that rivals that of any captain of industry or CEO of any Fortune 500 company. Classes, clubs, teams, lessons, play dates, school, homework, projects … oh my!

I’m worried though. I don’t think it’s such a good approach. But that’s not what this is about. Though it kind of is.

A few weeks ago I told you about living in Japan, my experiences in a Zen Buddhist Monastery, and my friend, Takahashi Sensei. (The Oar — 6/24/09).

Ten years in Japan taught me the differences in the Eastern Mind from the Western Mind. And my Buddhist monk friends taught me the differences in the Judeo-Christian world view and the Eastern Philosophical world view. The differences are vast. And one is not better than the other. They’re just different.

When I lived there, I missed the world view of the west. And when I live here, I miss the world view of the Orient.

And here’s the thing that I keep trying to learn over and over and over again from my Zen masters. And though it’s Zen-like, anyone of any religious or philosophical belief can embrace it. It’s not exclusive to Buddhism, which is more philosophy than religion. And this lesson, if we learn it, can and will change our lives.

Takahashi Sensei, repeating the words of his masters before him, said to me constantly these simple words.

“Tony san, be present.”

Be present.

The first time I heard the phrase I thought it was hokum. It reminded me of the “joke” that goes something like this, “Where ever you are, there you are.”

Whatever.

Or was it, “What is the sound of one hand clapping?”

Be present? Really? That’s the big secret here? You guys cloister yourself away in this monastery for “be present?” Seriously? What a colossal waste of time, I thought, with my western mind.

Give me a formula!

Give me 5 keys to happy living!

Give me a 12 step program!

My western mind needed that kind of structure.

But the simplicity of “be present” only obscures its depth and wisdom.

We live in marvelous times, you and I. In the past 100 years technology has so altered the human experience on this earth! For that matter, the past 20 years have been incredible. Do you remember life before the internet? Amazing times!

The other day my son Nathan and I were having lunch at Houston’s. I looked around and saw several tables where people were talking, but not to each other. Cell phones and blue tooths (or is that blue teeth) were humming. The bodies were present, but the people weren’t.

Do you remember a life before cell phones?

As much as I love my iPhone … there are times where I need to turn it off and put it away. When I’m having lunch with my son … when I’m meeting a friend for coffee and conversation … when I’m having a meal with my family …

I need to be present.

In that moment.

At that time.

All of me needs to be all in.

I need to appreciate the moment I’m in.

There are moments that I feel the most alive … and those are the times where I’m fully present. When I slow down. When I turn it off. When I reflect. When I engage.

Yes, I know that we all have to plan and strategize and prepare for tomorrow. We all have to put things in a schedule. We all have a calendar to fill in. I got that.

But …

Be present … in the now. With the next breath you take …

… be present.

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MOUNT FUJI

Tomorrow morning at 0530 we’ll be climbing the mountain! See you at the parking garage on Zach Curlin, on the campus of the U of M. Bring your dumbbells, mat, water bottle and towel!

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0645 and 0830 Class Info

8:30 Class Returns on MONDAY AUGUST 31st!

The 0645 class WILL NOT GO ON HIATUS! This class will remain on the schedule as long as attendance dictates! I’ve made a commitment to this class for the next three months!

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Today’s Big Three

1. Maggie Stamms (Boot Camper) is a student looking for an evening/weekend job in just about anything.

2. Anna Haug (Boot Camper) is looking for a new job. She’s had experience in outside sales.

3. Simple Organizing Solutions by JoAnn Jones (Boot Camper), Professional Organizer (joannjones63@comcast.net C: 901-292-7607) Customize and help implement organizing systems for clients for their homes, garages, attics and home offices so things can be found readily when needed. Special Boot Camp Rate – Up to 1.5 hour assessment of project(s) and written overview for $50 (book by August 31st).

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HALF MARATHON TRAINING

Half Marathon Training begins on Saturday, September 5 at 8 AM!

NOTE THE CHANGE IN VENUE:

We will meet at the U of M on September 5 and 12 due to activities at Shelby Farms on those days. Park inside the parking garage on Zach Curlin (Mt. Fuji) and meet down in front.

If you can run/jog/walk 3 miles in 36 minutes or less, you are a candidate! It’s easier than you think! Every year half of the members of this training group are new and have never run a half marathon!

Cost of the three month training is $75 for Boot Campers and $125 for “friends of Boot Camp” (non-boot campers).

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Don’t smoke.

Drink in moderation.

Eat sensibly and less.

Exercise often.

To you continued good health and fitness,

Tony

Sergeant Major Tony Ludlow

USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, Commanding

Memphis, TN

901-644-0145

www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com

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Congratulations Kevin & Jill — Sgt. Tony Ludlow — Newsletter for 8/19/09

Aug. 19th 2009

I’ve seen it at least a dozen times. It always makes me smile! Every time! The first few times I had tears in my eyes and just smiled from ear to ear with this big goofy grin on my big, handsome, noble, wonderful looking face!

And now, all these times later, I’m still smiling.

No one is telling a joke.

No one is falling down.

No one is singing off key.

No one’s “draws” are falling down and showing their underpanties.

No one is getting … uh … hit in the privates … with a bat, a ball, a stick, or an anything.

No one is getting a pie shoved in their face.

No, this video would never be considered for America’s Funniest Home Videos.

This is a video of Jill Peterson and Kevin Heinz, along with their closest friends … dancing down the aisle at their wedding to Chris Brown’s “Forever.” It’s probably likely that you’ve seen this. Jill and Kevin have been on the Today Show, People Magazine, and tons of other news outlets since their wedding. It’s a YouTube sensation!

And now they’ve reached the pinnacle … honorable mention in this newsletter!

It’s the joy!

That’s what makes me watch it over and over again … and makes me smile. It’s the joy! Those people are happy … they’re having fun … and they are full of joy! (And the song is pretty good too!)

I don’t know Jill and Kevin … but I wish I did! I like those two knuckleheads! They took an occasion that is so often sickeningly pretentious and full of itself, or so over the top, or so stilted and somber, or so liturgically sanitized and turned it into an occasion of great joy and gladness!

Now before I get hate mail, let me be clear, I don’t mean to put down anyone’s religious tradition or practice, or anyone’s interpretation of holy writ, dogma, creed or confession. And if “serious and somber and worshipful” are your canonical, ecclesiastical, or denominational approaches to a wedding, that’s perfectly fine! But the next time I’m invited to one … I sure hope it’s like Jill and Kevin’s! Fun, happy, … and full of joy! (Turns out that Jill and Kevin are just as married as Prince Charles and Lady Dianna were!)

But this isn’t about that.

This is about joy.

What brings you joy?

What makes you grin uncontrollably? Who are the “joy-agents” in your life? Who, just by their mere presence, brings joy into your life and the situation you’re in?

There are some people in my life who I just can’t get enough of! They are fun, well adjusted, and flood lights of joy and happiness! Some of them are YOU!

If you’re a grump, day in and day out, just know this, people are probably only tolerating you. If you’re a Negative Nellie, people don’t long for your company or hope you’ll call. If you’re a moody beotch, people aren’t looking for ways to spend more time with you. They’re trying to avoid you. If you’re a stuffed-shirt-blow-hard-know-it-all-jerk, more than likely you’re just being tolerated. And perhaps that’s ok with you. Maybe you don’t mind that. But I bet you do.

If you’re positive, happy, looking for the best, looking for the light, willing to give others the benefit of the doubt, tolerant, patient, and full of joy … you’ll attract the world to you.

Need proof?

I just watched Jill and Kevin’s wedding entrance … again! And I’m not alone. The count is approaching two million times that it’s been viewed! Two million times people have watched a five minute video of strangers dancing down an aisle … just because it’s so much FUN!! And when Jill comes down the aisle, you just can’t help yourself! You cheer for and root for this couple!!

Find a way to change your view of the world. It might require a relationship overhaul. It might mean a new career. It might mean a drastic change in your circumstances. It might mean sitting down and talking to a counselor. Or it might just mean readjusting your gaze … looking for the light instead of the darkness. Search for ways to spread more joy and happiness around you! Be a joy-agent! It’ll come back to you, a hundred fold!

And you know what … being healthy and fit play a HUGE role in that world view, that self image, and that sense of happiness and joy!

Thanks Jill and Kevin! You guys rock! May you live a life with as much joy as your wedding day has given to us!

“Because we only got one life … ”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8DCt3Lmi28

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MOUNT FUJI

Tomorrow morning at 0530 we’ll be climbing the mountain! See you at the parking garage on Zach Curlin, on the campus of the U of M. Bring your dumbbells, mat, water bottle and towel!

————————————–

ANNIVERSARY DISCOUNT!

Every August the initial enlistment fee is discounted in celebreation of our anniversary! If you have cheap friends or family, tell them that NOW would be the BEST time to join USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP!

—————————————————–
0645 and 0830 Class Info

8:30 Class Returns in September. The 0645 class WILL NOT go on hiatus at the end of August. I’ve heard you, 0645 Boot Campers … maybe we’ll keep the class?

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HALF MARATHON TRAINING

Half Marathon Training begins on Saturday, September 5 at 8 AM at Shelby Farms!

If you can run/jog/walk 3 miles in 36 minutes or less, you are a candidate! It’s easier than you think! Every year half of the members of this training group are new and have never run a half marathon!

Cost of the three month training is $75 for Boot Campers and $125 for “friends of Boot Camp” (non-boot campers).

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Don’t smoke.
Drink in moderation.
Eat sensibly and less.
Exercise often.
Don’t quit!
No excuses. Ever!
To your continued good health and fitness!

Tony

Sergeant Major Tony Ludlow
USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, Commanding
Memphis, TN
901-644-0145
www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com

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MAD MEN — Sgt. Tony Ludlow’s Newsletter for 8/12/09

Aug. 12th 2009

Getting information is important.

Getting the RIGHT information is critical.

Two sources of information you might want to avoid: little kids and aging parents.

Today is my mother’s birthday. Happy birthday day mom! I’m going to call her in a little while and wish her a happy birthday. Today won’t be much different for her than yesterday. Mom is in a nursing home in Fort Smith. She’s been there for over a year now. Bedridden.

Mom’s mental state is pretty good most days. On other days, not so much. I visited her in June and sat by her bed for a couple of hours talking. For the first hour or so our conversation was very normal and she was sharp as could be. We talked about events and people in our family and mom was doing great. And then …

“Son, you remember when you were in 6th grade?” Mom asked.

“Yes, ma’am.”

“And you were in the school play … ?”

“Yes, ma’am.” I answered.

“And you wet your pants in front of the whole audience?” Mom said as she slipped off the reservation.

“Ma’am??” said I.

“Yes, son … you remember that, don’t you?” Mom pressed.

Well, what’s a son to do? What’s a son to say?

Now before you assume that I actually DID wet my pants in the 6th grade in front of the whole audience, you can just relax and let that one go. Never happened. No how. No way. And, “NO!” this isn’t one of those suppressed memory things.

My Dad passed away in January of 2000 after a long battle with cancer. In November of 1999 Dad started to go down fast and they called the family together. By the time we’d all gathered together, Dad had rallied. He was actually doing a little better. We found ourselves at his house just sitting and chatting in small groups among ourselves as Dad slept in his Lazy Boy recliner. There were about 25 or 30 of us in the den including my ex-wife (I know, right?!) and my three kids. When suddenly Dad woke up.

“Y’all!!! Dad is awake!!” my sister Sharon announced. Everyone hushed and someone turned the volume down on the TV that was on for background noise. Dad looked around the room and then …

“TONY??!!” he asked in a loud voice.

Let me just say at this point that the room was full of siblings, half siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles, and a surreal combination of ex-spouses and other oddball family members. And at that point, when my Dad, in front of that big crowd of family, singled ME out … well … I was damn proud!!

“Oh boy!!!” I thought with great anticipation.

“Yes, sir!” I said, chest out, scooting to the edge of my chair!

“BOY!!??” my Dad said in my direction … in a voice that led me to believe that he was not, in fact — contrary to what I was hoping — going to bestow the birthright on me.

“Yes, sir?” I answered, with a noticeable decrease in pride and enthusiasm.

“BOY?!! WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO QUIT SMOKING MARIJUANA AND SCREWING THE GIRL NEXT DOOR??” asked my father in all sincerity.

And then … he fell back asleep.

My sister quickly checked to ensure that Dad hadn’t died, but had just fallen asleep. In those few seconds while she checked his condition, I prayed with all of my might that my father hadn’t just said that and then passed on to his reward. Please don’t let those be his last words!

My sister leaned over to Dad and confirmed that he was just sleeping.

“He’s just asleep.” she said, with everyone looking at Dad intently and with some measure of alarm and concern. And then everyone sort of breathed a sigh of relief … and … as if on command … slowly looked from Dad … to ME, the fornicator and smoker of cannabis!

In that awkward silence, and under the glare of my family (I was sure I saw a few of them slip out to go get some stones to throw at me) I tried to figure out what to say. But I was in shock!

Before I could say anything, my son Matthew broke the ice and said, “DAD!!!” and pumped his fist, grinning from ear to ear, and rescuing me from that angry lynch mob, led by my ex-wife! That pause allowed me to tell them what I’m telling you, NEVER HAPPENED!!

NEVER HAPPENED!

Misinformation about things can really cause some problems. Lots of problems. My Mom thinks I wet my pants in front of the whole school and my Dad believed that I was up to some debauchery and licentious behavior. (I have a theory about my Dad’s announcement that I will share with you individually after a two beer minimum! I’m registered at Huey’s.)

Mom used to watch Jack Lalanne on TV when I was little. Jack, for those who don’t know, was the original TV fitness trainer. Mom would send me to my room to take a nap, which I rarely took (naps are wasted on the young!) and then she’d lay down on the couch and watch Jack exercise until she fell asleep. I could see the TV from my bedroom door and I’d do the exercises with him! He’s been a hero ever since!

My parents were members of their generation. After defeating Hitler and driving the North Koreans back over the 38th parallel, my Dad and his buddies moved to the suburbs, raised their families, and did little if any exercise. My Mom and her friends were likewise inactive. I never saw either of my parents exercise in my whole life. Not even once.

My Mom is 79 today and bedridden. Jack Lalanne will be 95 next month. Jack works out 2 hours a day, everyday!

Jack was born in 1914.

For years I tried in vain to get my parents to quit smoking, exercise, and take better care of themselves. And like most of their generation they sort of laughed at their “exercise nut” son and told me that exercise was fine for “you young people.”

My folks were wrong. And so were most of their generation. Misinformation abounded. No one advocated exercise then. Doctors and nurses smoked and led unhealthy lifestyles right along with the general population. There were few good role models.

Today is different. Great information abounds!
Smoking WILL kill you.
Quit.
Yes, I know. Easier said than done.
Exercise!
If not with me, then some sort of way get out there and MOVE!

Eat less and move more.
Eat less and move more.
Eat less and move more.

If my sweet little Mom had done that, she might be coming to visit ME today on her birthday.

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ANNIVERSARY PARTY!

This month we will celebrate our Ten Year Anniversary! I’m taking ideas and suggestions for a party at the end of the month. If you have a good idea or a party place, pass it on!

———————————-

ANNIVERSARY DISCOUNT!

Every August the initial enlistment fee is discounted in celebreation of our anniversary! If you have cheap friends or family, tell them that NOW would be the BEST time to join USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP!

——————————————

Today’s Big Three

1. Natalie Williams (Boot Camper) looking for a Marketing/ Event
Coordinating or Advertising job. Has a degree in Marketing Management
and has several years of experience. Please contact nnwllms1@gmail.com
with any leads or job opportunities.

2. Anna Haug (Boot Camper) is looking for a new job. She’s had experience in outside sales.

3. Simple Organizing Solutions by JoAnn Jones (Boot Camper), Professional Organizer (joannjones63@comcast.net
C: 901-292-7607) Customize and help implement organizing systems for clients for their homes, garages, attics and home offices so things can be found readily when needed. Special Boot Camp Rate – Up to 1.5 hour assessment of project(s) and written overview for $50 (book by August 31st).

—————————————————–

8:30 Class Returns in September. The 0645 class will go on hiatus at the end of August.

—————————————————–

HALF MARATHON TRAINING

Half Marathon Training begins on Saturday, September 5 at 8 AM at Shelby Farms!

If you can run/jog/walk 3 miles in 36 minutes or less, you are a candidate! It’s easier than you think! Every year half of the members of this training group are new and have never run a half marathon!

Cost of the three month training is $75 for Boot Campers and $125 for “friends of Boot Camp” (non-boot campers).

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Don’t smoke.
Drink in moderation.
Eat sensibly and less.
Exercise often.

To you continued good health and fitness,

Tony

Sergeant Major Tony Ludlow
USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, Commanding
Memphis, TN
901-644-0145
www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com

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MORE TO LOVE — Sgt. Tony Ludlow’s Newsletter for 8/6/09

Aug. 6th 2009

MORE TO LOVE

Overweight people live in a different world than the world that isn’t.

I have been learning this more and more over the past couple of years through the Combat the Fat Challenge … but the new reality show, “More to Love” has been a crash course in cross cultural awareness.

If you’ve not heard, “More to Love” is The Bachelor for big people. One overweight guy being pursued by lots of overweight girls.

I didn’t want to watch, quite frankly. I thought it might be exploitative and maybe more harmful than good. But I couldn’t NOT watch it.

Everyone of these young women, overweight for their entire lives, told the same story. One after the other looked at the camera and, through tears and pain, told of what it was like to grow up as “the fat girl” in the class. Most of them, in their mid 20’s, had never been on a date in their lives; never been kissed. (I kissed Carolyn Orr when I was in the first grade!) Everyone of them looked like one of those overweight girls you’d describe this way: “She’s so pretty … if she’d only lose some weight …”

I’m not a big fan of reality TV shows that have people living in the same house, or on the same island, or trying to be the next model or the next chef. All of that catty gamesmanship and back-biting doesn’t interest me. I like The Amazing Race though! I’d try out for that show!

I just recently watched Wipeout and found myself loving it when people got knocked into the water by some swinging padded whatchamacallit. I laughed at these knucklehead’s misfortune. Well, not really misfortune. They auditioned to be a contestant on a show that has “people falling down” as one of it’s major appeals. So those people knew they were gonna get pummeled and catapulted into the water … and look ridiculous in the process. That’s not misfortune. That’s just part of the gig! I think I’d try out for that one too!

And there’s a part of me, a less appealing and immature part of me, that thought “More to Love” would be sort of funny and ridiculous like those other shows. I rather thought “More to Love” would become fodder for some of my foolishness and sophomoric jokes.

Instead, it inspired this newsletter.

What “More to Love” has reminded me of is that the lives of overweight people are much different from the lives of those who aren’t overweight.

Not only did these girls not date in school, they got picked last every time the class had to break up into teams. Even when teams weren’t competing in anything physical they still got picked last. They grew up with few friends … they ate lunch alone … they played alone on the playground … they were made fun of … they went home after school alone and ate while they watched TV or read. Their physical experiences were limited. They didn’t play sports or know the joy of physical achievement.

They grew up in a world of restricted social involvement and opportunity. As they became teenagers they were often times bitchy and mean … as a defense mechanism. They held people at arm’s length or pushed them away all together … as a defense mechanism.

They didn’t really know how to make friends so they became good at hiding behind a tough exterior. An exterior that was as false as a movie studio fortress. They often got involved in self destructive behavior. Their lives didn’t mirror anything like how my life had looked. Nor did it look like how they themselves wanted it to look. They just wanted to be loved.

And this just crushed me.

My heart broke.

I got choked up.

The knight thing again.

I chastised that part of me that was prepared to make fun.

I was glad I was watching it alone so I didn’t have to worry about hiding my tears.

All I wanted to do was rescue all of them!

I wanted to take them all to “Sergeant Tony’s Island for Pretty Overweight Girls.” Kind of like Parris Island without the M-16’s! I’d put together a staff of people on my island (sociologists, psychologists, counselors, nutritionists, dietitians, philosophers) who’d help to alter their self esteem, their eating habits, their self concept, address their insecurities, help them with social skills and interaction with people, teach them how to engage people in such a way as to build meaningful relationships and healthy emotional bonds, address their spiritual selves … and of course I’d work their butts off BOOT CAMP style!

What I was reminded of is that overweight kids are ostracized, ridiculed, and miss out on a lot of very important social skills and life events. They become overweight adults who are missing some very fundamental, and in many cases essential, life lessons and skills.

This isn’t true 100% of the time, of course. I’m not saying that all overweight adults fall into this category. But it was certainly true of 100% of these young women.

On TV these girls were having their first date. Getting their first kiss. And hoping to have their first boyfriend.

I believe that we live in a spiritual world. But we most certainly live in a physical world that judges and categorizes people based on physical attributes. Part of what we do, consciously or unconsciously, is to label people, pigeonhole people, assign people a place based on race, gender, age, social capital, income, and physical appearance … it allows us to deal with that person in a way that is consistent with how we’ve dealt with that kind of person in the past.

Doing this gives us security and confidence, it allows us to know our place and theirs. If every new person we encountered had to be learned without the use of prejudices, stereotypes, and labeling it would make social interaction so laborious and time consuming.

It would also be wonderful!

How many of us KNOW that we are more than the sum total of our race, gender, age, social capital, income, and physical appearance? Everyone reading this knows it!

Nor are we the sum total of our mistakes and failures. Those things don’t define us … unless we allow them to.

There’s that great scene in “Fight Club” where the character Tyler Durden, played by Brad Pitt, declares that “you are not your khakis!”

We aren’t our houses. We aren’t our percentage of body fat. We aren’t our social status. We aren’t our bank accounts. We aren’t our church memberships. We aren’t our cars. We aren’t our jobs. We aren’t our country club memberships. We aren’t our zip codes.

Take time to get to know people … all over again. Start by introducing yourself to the person known by your name.

And we aren’t our bodies.

We are something much much deeper and more eternal than those things.

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ANNIVERSARY PARTY!

This month we will celebrate our Ten Year Anniversary! I’m taking ideas and suggestions for a party at the end of the month. If you have a good idea or a party place, pass it on!

———————————-

ANNIVERSARY DISCOUNT!

Every August the initial enlistment fee is discounted in celebreation of our anniversary! If you have cheap friends or family, tell them that NOW would be the BEST time to join USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP!

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RECORD BROKEN!

Wednesday night the record attendance for the evening class was SHATTERED!! Our previous evening class record had been 38. Last night we were 45 strong! Checkout my Facebook page photos for a pic of that fine group! If you were there, tag yourself! Be proud! Thanks everyone!! That’s pretty cool to break a record here at our 10 year anniversary!! Wow!!

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Today’s Big Three

1. Natalie Williams (Boot Camper) looking for a Marketing/ Event
Coordinating or Advertising job. Has a degree in Marketing Management
and has several years of experience. Please contact nnwllms1@gmail.com
with any leads or job opportunities.

2. Anna Haug (Boot Camper) is looking for a new job. She’s had experience in outside sales.

3. Simple Organizing Solutions by JoAnn Jones (Boot Camper), Professional Organizer (joannjones63@comcast.net
C: 901-292-7607) Customize and help implement organizing systems for clients for their homes, garages, attics and home offices so things can be found readily when needed. Special Boot Camp Rate – Up to 1.5 hour assessment of project(s) and written overview for $50 (book by August 31st).

—————————————————–

8:30 Class Returns in September

—————————————————–

Half Marathon Training begins on Saturday, September 5!

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Do better tomorrow.

Sergeant Major Tony Ludlow
USMC Fitness BOOT CAMP, Commanding
Memphis, TN
901-644-0145
www.usmcfitnessbootcamp.com

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