It was a great night for Softball, a little late but at least the weather held up. Coachie was very happy to see TEAM ECCNC full of ECCNC employees eager and excited to play ball. Free agency was good to the team this year as Coachie was able to sign Dr Kanoff,Jason, Kelly, Karen, Bernie,
Here is the latest in Coachie’s (Valentine Z.’s) own words on the outcome of last night’s game (as promised!): “Taking the field last night was a lil rougher than expected with the chilled temperature at game time. The thought of “Why did we sign up for spring ball “ went thru TEAM ECCNC as we tried
I am very late in getting our latest and greatest team softball update to you, but late or on time, I’m sure you will enjoy reading every bit of Coachie’s (Coach Val) recap of their game, Thursday, April 21st: “After a very long day waiting for the last game of the night to start, TEAM
It’s Kori again, with the game day news I promised from our softball game last night! Unfortunately, I was unable to cheer them on that particular evening, but it sounds like it was quite a game…ultimately resulting in victory!!! I will let you get a feel of the experience by reading “Coachie’s” (Valentine’s) always entertaining commentary: “TEAM
CONGRATULATIONS to the newly engaged Valentine and Judy [one of our friendly schedulers] (pictured here with Mike Cardwell [one of our great technicians]!!! Hi! Kori here….The employees representing the Eye Care Center each week are coached by the awesome manager of our Optical Department, Valentine Zavala, and man do they come out swinging!! I am
Where would we be without the charitable acts of kindness shown to those so much less fortunate than ourselves? It takes a heart of passion and love to change the future of a child whose lives and opportunities are limited by poverty, lack of education and disease. One of these such passions was recently carried out
World Sight Day is October 9, 2014. The call-to-action for this year’s observation is “No More Avoidable Blindness” and is part of an overall plan to reduce avoidable blindness by 25% by the year 2019. Created by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB), this initiative supports
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