Silicon Valley Institute, Best Class Clinic for Female Hair Transplant, Announces New 'Before and After' Page for Women

Hair Transplantation in the San Francisco Bay Area

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a cutting-edge clinic for female hair transplants in the Bay Area, announces a new before-and-after page for women.

Women's hair loss is not the same as men's. We believe a page centered around their experiences may be helpful to the community.”

— Miguel Canales, MD

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a highly-rated Bay Area hair transplantation clinic at https://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/, is proud to announce a new page focused on women's hair loss treatments. The newly released before-and-after photos of women's hair restoration including hairline treatments are available to review.

"Women's hair loss is not the same as men's. We believe a page centered around their experiences may be helpful to the community," explained Miguel Canales, MD. "Photos show our female patients before and after their hair loss treatments so the public can see the results for themselves."
The public can review the new "before and after" page focused on female hairline restoration at https://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/before-after-female/. Hair loss for women could present differently than it does for men. Thinner, more brittle hair could be signs of female hair loss instead of a typical "receding" hairline found in men. A top clinic focused on female hair transplant support in the Bay Area can help residents review options. Treatments for women can include the following: robotic hair transplant surgery, light therapy, and supplement protocols. The clinic serves both women and men prepared to address hair loss issues. Bay Area residents can review the clinic's "before and after" page for men at https://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/before-after/. Those looking for skin care issues are encouraged to visit the sister website at https://svaestheticderm.com/.

FEMALE HAIR TRANSPLANT CLINIC IN BAY AREA AIMS THE SPOTLIGHT ON WOMEN'S HAIR LOSS

Here is the background on this release. Baldness may be a common issue for men living in the San Francisco area. However, women struggling with thinning hair confront unique problems. Confusion over how to manage the problem and a loss of confidence could result from thinning hair in women. For these reasons, Silicon Valley Hair Institute announces a new women-centered page of "before and after" examples of hair loss treatments, especially for hair line issues. Female hair loss can present as a widening part and all-over thinner hair. Treatments may include hair transplantation, nutritional protocols, and micro-pigmentation. A state-of-the-art clinic helps focus the spotlight on female hair transplant services in the Bay Area.

ABOUT THE SILICON VALLEY HAIR INSTITUTE

Silicon Valley Hair Institute (http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/), under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon Dr. Miguel Canales – is one of the best robotic hair transplant clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Canales provides both the FUT (FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fut-surgery/) and FUE hair transplant (Follicular Unit Extraction at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fue-hair-transplant/) procedures. Dr. Canales is a top-rated hair transplant specialist for Bay Area residents. The Silicon Valley Hair Institute specializes in hair loss and hair restoration needs in San Francisco, San Jose, and the Silicon Valley Peninsula (Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Menlo-Atherton, Redwood City, and beyond.). Dr. Canales also specializes in aesthetic hair restoration for females seeking eyebrow transplantation or hairline advancements.

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Investing in our future: Three N.J. young men honored for their academic success by community foundation and Brian Agnew

ESSEX COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Alpha Alpha Lambda Scholarship and Educational Fund, Inc. has awarded scholarships to the winners of the Marion B. Frederick Scholarship. The scholarship program is aimed at male students that excel academically and are also passionate about volunteering and community service. This scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating, African-American, male who attends high school in Essex County, NJ.

Typically, one recipient is awarded this scholarship, however, this year the foundation has extended the winnings to include two additional scholarships. All recipients are African American young men, with stellar GPA's, a long history of community service and a deep commitment to academic success. The Marion B. Frederick Scholarship in the amount of $2,000 was awarded to Johnnie Brooker (Saint Peter's Preparatory School, Jersey City –East Orange, NJ resident) and Nolan Lee (Columbia High School, Maplewood, NJ). Additionally, the Marion B. Frederick Book Award in the amount of $500 was awarded to Prince W. Appiah (Eagle Academy for Young Men of Newark, NJ).

The Foundation has committed itself to investing in young people at all levels. At the heart of everything we do as men of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., is our commitment to improving the educational performance, self-confidence and life experiences of young black men," said Mark J. Hassell, Chairman of Alpha Alpha Lambda Scholarship and Educational Foundation. When we award our scholarships, it is more than just providing financial assistance to young men, it is a tangible representation of our belief in their abilities and our commitment to helping them achieve future success," he added.

“Winning this scholarship was an incredible honor and I hope this will be an example for other young men to see the impact of hard work, dedication and perseverance”, said Johnnie Brooker who will attend Marquette University majoring in Journalism and Political Science this Fall.

“The Marion B. Frederick scholarship relieves some of the stress that I felt because of the increasing costs of pursing a college degree”, said recipient Nolan Lee. “I am grateful to the Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha, Dr. Brian Agnew and Mr. Mark Hassell for stepping up and serving as role models for me to look up to”. Lee also expressed a great deal of excitement as he packs and prepares for his freshman year at Hampton University, majoring in Biology.

Through the generous support of the members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, combined with invaluable community support, the Foundation has been able to provide more than $200,000 in valuable programming and financial resources to local students at the middle school, high school and college levels, to support their efforts and encourage them to pursue higher education.
Given the recent public impact of social, cultural and health-related events, it reiterates the importance of our commitment to the academic success of young men, particularly of color, throughout our communities”, said Brian D. Agnew, Scholarship Chair.
A third Essex County resident, Prince Appiah received the Marion B. Frederick Book Award to assist with expenses at Davidson College in North Carolina, where he intends to major in Biology and Public Health.

“This is a labor of love and words will never do justice to the fulfillment our Board and donors get in knowing we have played a small role in the growth and development of our next generation of leaders. Through this engagement we have planted the seeds in future lawyers, community activists, doctors, college / university educators, and the next wave of elected officials," added Agnew.

About The Alpha Alpha Lambda Scholarship and Educational Foundation

The foundation was founded in 1986 by a group of men who were members of the Alpha Alpha Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., who recognized the need to support African-American youth by providing scholarships to the Greater Essex County community.
The mission of the Alpha Alpha Lambda Scholarship and Educational Foundation is to promote, enlighten and advance the educational opportunities for minority men in Essex County, NJ. In addition to the Marion B. Frederick Scholarship, the AAL Scholarship and Educational Foundation also awards other scholarships, such as the Sydney Johnson and Arthur Williams Scholarship, awarded to two (2) Essex County College students who study science, technology, engineering and mathematics; and the Bro. Michael Muchioki Memorial Scholarship, given in memory of journalist Michael Muchioki to a high-performing undergraduate, member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.

About the Scholarship Chair

Brian D. Agnew is the Chief Operating Officer and Managing Partner of Sphinx Minerva Group. This boutique leadership and management consulting firm provides support to for-profit and non-profit organizations. As an experienced leader in campaign planning, the economics of higher education, crisis management, and diversity and inclusion efforts, Dr. Agnew has held a variety of leadership positions. Throughout his career, he has been fortunate to lead dynamic teams of fundraising, communications, and finance professionals to unprecedented success, raising more than $100 million to enrich the experience, access, and quality of higher education and patient care across the nation. Dr. Agnew has received many awards and recognitions for his work, most notably he has been named among Diversity MBA Magazine’s Top 100 Executives Under 50, received the NAACP W.E.B. DuBois Leadership Award, and was named an NJ Biz 2019 Forty Under 40 Award Winner.

To make a donation or for more information about the various scholarship programs, or to support Essex County youth, please visit www.theaalfoundation.org.

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New Book Release

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Omar Khayyam Poems – A Modern Translation;
Translated by: Siamak Akhavan

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA, July 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — A new non-profit book project, Omar Khayyam Poems – A Modern Translation, has just been published by Resource Publications (2021): publisher website link. All author proceeds will be donated to Persian cultural and educational programs.

Book Synopsis: The poems attributed to Omar Khayyam have a universal and timeless philosophical theme: life is a meaningful journey even if brief and uncertain. They inspire an unconstrained free-thinking mindset and a wise realization that guides thinking persons: it is impossible to see the absolute truth, as the universe has its own reality that remains largely hidden, and that one must think and act accordingly. This book presents a selection of Khayyam's poems in their original Persian language along with their English translations in a faithful and modern version. By relying only on the original Persian version of Khayyam's poems, and using the author's own body of literary and linguistic knowledge, this book presents a modern translation of Omar Khayyam's poems since Edward Fitzgerald's Rubaiyat in 1859.

Publisher’s website: https://wipfandstock.com/9781666715507/omar-khayyam-poems/
Email: siamakakhavan@mac.com

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Jade Romano (BYU Marriott School of Business) and Drew Fleming (Wabash College) Dare to Overcome

Jade Romano (BYU Marriott School of Business) and Drew Fleming (Wabash College) have been sponsored by their schools to help make Dare to Overcome happen

Jade Romano (BYU Marriott School of Business) and Drew Fleming (Wabash College) have been sponsored by their schools to help make Dare to Overcome happen

Dare to Overcome

Dare to Overcome

2021 Global Business & Interfaith Peace Award Finalists

2021 Global Business & Interfaith Peace Award Finalists

BYU Marriot School of Business and Wabash College support the Dare to Overcome (DTO) global initiative by providing top students as DTO Corporate Liaisons.

Jade Romano (BYU Marriott School of Business) & Drew Fleming (Wabash College) have been sponsored by their schools to help make Dare to Overcome happen. They're role models for the rising generation!”

— Dr. Brian Grim, President, Religious Freedom & Business Foundation

WASHINGTON DC, TOKYO, July 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — BYU Marriot School of Business student Jade Romano and Wabash College student Drew Flemming are having the opportunity of a lifetime as corporate liaisons for the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation’s Dare to Overcome global initiative.

Jade is from Boston, Massachusetts, and is studying Marketing at the Marriott School, and Drew grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, before attending Wabash where he majors in Religion with a minor in Political Science.

“The opportunity for Jade Romero to intern with the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation has been excellent,” said BYU Marriott Dean Brigitte Madrian. “Jade is a marketing major, and the experiences she is having as the Fortune 500 corporate liaison for the Dare to Overcome initiative are invaluable as she prepares for her future as a leader in both her professional and personal life. She has mentioned what a profound influence this amazing internship has already had on her. We’re grateful that the foundation worked with our summer experience program to provide this opportunity to help Jade gain such a meaningful and quality experience.”

“I was excited to hear that Drew is working this summer on RFBF’s ‘Dare to Overcome’ initiative,” said Wabash President Scott Feller. “Drew’s internship is supported by our new Wabash Public Policy Project, which provides our liberal-arts students opportunities to learn about the wide variety of nonprofits and civil society organizations doing important work in that sector. As Wabash continues to promote lifelong learning and civil discourse, our engaged students like Drew will graduate as informed and active citizens, ready to serve others.”

Dare to Overcome (DTO) is the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation’s global intersectionality conference, highlighting the ways diverse communities support and reinforce one another to build more inclusive workplaces and peaceful societies. Each day focuses on a different theme:

– Aug. 22: Social Justice, Equity and Religious Non-discrimination

– Aug. 23: Intersectionality Between Faith & Abilities Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

– Aug. 24: Business for Interfaith Understanding, Peace & Inclusion

DTO is the global convening point for faith-and-belief employee resource groups (ERGs). Members of these ERGs will gather virtually in support of their colleagues around the world and share best practices.

The United Nations Global Compact and the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation are collaborators for DTO’s signature initiative, the Global Business & Interfaith Peace Award. Main sponsors include American Airlines and the Templeton Religion Trust.

DTO is held in the host city of the Paralympic Games: Rio 2016, Seoul/PyeongChang 2018, Tokyo 2021, as well as virtually due to the pandemic.

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Sheréa VéJauan Announces The Launch Of Educational Email Series To Help Maximize Accountability & Goal Achievement

Sheréa VéJauan

Sheréa VéJauan

2021 Goals Journal

2021 Goals Journal

The digital series will be a valuable resource and motivational tool for people to implement positive changes into their lives, and even the lives of others

As people are being invited to participate in more in-person gatherings. now is a perfect time to help people with strategies to achieve the goals they originally set out for themselves this year.”

— Sheréa VéJauan

RANCHO CUCAMONGA , CALIFORNIA, USA, July 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Sheréa VéJauan is announcing the launch of her educational email series to help maximize achievement, solidify leadership, and provide motivation. New topics will go live every three weeks on Thursdays, and delivered to subscribers’ email.

Sheréa VéJauan, Co-founder of The Goal Setter's Club’s, says topics will center on redefining your comfort zone, as well as building your routine. “The digital series will be a valuable resource and motivational tool for people to implement positive changes into their lives, and even the lives of others.”

The series is ideal for people between the ages of 25 and 60, who are transitioning in some way, by starting something over or embarking on something new in their lives, and seeking a higher level of accountability for themselves. Specific titles include, “Setting and Achieving Goals,” scheduled for release on August 5th; “Seeking Happiness Every Day,” on August 12th; and “Redefining Your Comfort Zone,” on September 2nd.

VéJauan adds that she’s also building, “52 Mondays with Sheréa VéJauan,” an email series specifically designed to help people master their Mondays. She’s also offering her, “10 Remarkable Women of the Word,” educational email series. Additional subject matter includes the Leadership Educational Email Series, Business Catalyst Educational Email Series, and Financial Literacy Educational Email Series.

VéJauan is releasing the series now in part because as COVID-19 vaccination rates increase, people are being invited to participate in more in-person gatherings, activities, and events. “As schedules get busier by this point in the year, now is a perfect time to help people with strategies to achieve the goals they originally set out for themselves,” she says.

“At the end of many of the emails in these series will be a call to action,” VéJauan says, “And we’ll be inviting subscribers to engage on a deeper level with The Goal Setter's Club, through a video course or live workshop, for example.” Potential subscribers can learn more and opt-in to receive updates on future topics at https://shereavejauan.com/pages/emailseries.

About Sheréa VéJauan: is the author of The 2021 Goals Journal: A One-Year Personal Goal Achievement System Inspiring You to Dream, Plan, and Take Immediate Action Towards Your Goals and co-founder of The Goal Setter’s Club – a coaching organization that specializes in goal-setting exploration, plan implementation and purpose attainment. Sheréa is also a Coach, Trainer, and Speaker with the John C. Maxwell Team. She resides in Southern California, a devoted wife of twenty-nine years and mother to three adult children. Visit her at http://shereavejauan.com/

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Five Ways To Be a Good College Parent

Webinar information on the Advice Chaser event on being a supportive college parent

Webinar information on the Advice Chaser event on being a supportive college parent

Dr. Andrea Brenner, keynote speaker at this Advice Chaser webinar

Dr. Andrea Brenner, keynote speaker at this Advice Chaser webinar

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You probably want to stay involved while letting your student spread their wings. Learn tips on how to be supportive while fostering your child’s independence.

Dr. Brenner has excellent insights on how to set up your student–and yourself–for independence and growth.”

— Megan Coelho, President of Advice Chaser

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Going to college is a huge change in lifestyle for your new university student, but it’s also a parenting shift for you. With your child’s new life adventures, you probably want to stay involved and be supportive while letting your student spread their wings. Learn tips on how to be a supportive parent while fostering your child’s independence in this Advice Chaser webinar. The event will premiere at 12:00 noon Pacific time on Aug 3, 2021. The event is free, but be sure to reserve your spot here.

Advice Chaser, a financial advisor matching service dedicated to democratizing financial knowledge, will host the webinar. The event features Dr. Andrea Brenner as the keynote speaker. Dr. Brenner is a sociologist, author, and speaker who has specialized in first-year college experiences. She will share expertise on topics such as:
• 5 ways to be a supportive college parent
• What parents should know about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
• How to define “adulting” with your soon-to-be student
• Key differences between parenting a high school student versus a college student
• Ways to introduce life skills before your child heads out on their own

“Helping kids to fly the nest is so tough. As a mother to high school students who are choosing colleges, I deeply understand the desire to all but move in with them,” said Megan Coelho, President of Advice Chaser. “Dr. Brenner has excellent insights on how to set up your student–and yourself–for independence and growth.”

This webinar will offer tips on how to be the best parent you can be when it comes to supporting your child emotionally and preparing them with life skills. To get personalized guidance on how to best prepare for college financially, talk to a financial advisor. They can help you and your child find options to help pay for school and set smart budgets that work for both you and your student. Book your free phone consultation today.

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Unlike other investor-matching services, we do not sell recommendations. Advisors pay to be considered for our select list, but they can’t purchase a place there. We keep only consistently reputable advisors on our shortlist. To see what we can do for your future, see our services here.

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Brian M. Stovsky's Passion for Cancer Cure

Brian Stovsky's Passion for Cancer Cure – VeloSano

CLEVELAND, OH, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — People are regularly told to follow their passion for a career as it tends to help folks succeed versus just work at a job. However, when a passion involves helping others in need, it doesn’t necessarily have to be associated with only career work and a job. Brian M. Stovsky knows that personally, as he and his family have been supporting the VeloSano Bike Race event since its start.

Efforts Involve More Than Just Bike Racing

Brian Stovsky’s passion for VelaSano isn’t about professional road bikes per se. The race is a regular event dedicated to raising funds for cancer research. Aside from keeping participants fit and giving folks an additional outdoor activity to engage in every year, the program generates millions of dollars for cancer research nationwide, with different events occurring regionally. Brian Stovsky has regularly participated in the race, practically becoming a regular name even in 2020 when it was postponed due to the COVID pandemic.

The Cleveland Clinic System

Per Brian Stovsky, the Velosano Bike Race has been consistently dedicated to helping fund cancer research activities at the Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center. Multiple races occur, but the big one Brian Stovsky and family have always enjoyed has been the Bike to Cure, a big weekend bike race blowout locally. Interestingly, the race is not about winning a competition. As Brian Stovsky can attest, the goal of the event is more about participation, raising cancer research and cancer condition awareness, and fundraising. Every rider commits to a route running from 10 to as much as 100 miles. The riders are responsible to help raise money per how many miles they ride, and that money then goes straight to research the following year in the form of grants. From Brian Stovsky and the Velasano records, so far the bike race has generated over $24 million for cancer research.

A Massive Reach Via Just a Bike Race

With hundreds of folks like Brian Stovsky helping every year, the Cleveland Clinic has been able to support the work of well over 450 different medical professionals in the fight against cancer. Thousands of people have been treated by the Clinic, as well with practical applications developed through the same research. Organized with 26 other clinics nationally, the work financially helped by people like Brian Stovsky continues to produce successful clinical trials as well as treatment breakthroughs not seen just five years ago.

A Rare & Unique Funding Approach

Brian Stovsky has no problem continuing to support the VeloSano Bike Race events and related fund-raising. The entire effort moves 100 percent of fundraising into cancer research with nothing going towards administration or side efforts unrelated to the primary purpose, making it unique and rare among charity operations that typically remove a cut for bureaucracy costs. In that regard, Brian Stovsky and others know every dollar raised on a bike is going directly to helping someone with cancer and making a real difference health-wise.

As noted earlier, sometimes passions don’t need to be career-related. Brian Stovsky found his with VeloSano.

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Klamath River Dams: KRRC says 'Drain 45-Billion Gallons of Fresh Water From Lakes During Extreme Drought and Wildfires'

Copco (seen in photo) and Iron Gate Lakes hold 45-billion gallons of fresh water that is desperately needed for domestic, agricultural and wildfire suppression uses under the Klamath River Basin Compact Act

Copco (seen in photo) and Iron Gate Lakes are full, and hold 45-billion gallons of fresh water that is desperately needed for domestic, agricultural and wildfire suppression uses under the Klamath River Basin Compact Act. Photo (July 20, 2021): William E. Simpson II

A drawing from 1913 by famous engineer/dam builder J.C. Boyle that shows the naturally-formed 31-foot-tall lava dam holding back the Klamath River creating 'Clammittee Lake', which was present when construction on Copco 1 dam began. Migratory fish didn't

Drawing by engineer/dam builder J.C. Boyle that shows the naturally-formed 31-foot-tall lava dam holding back the Klamath River creating ‘Clammittee Lake’, which was present when construction on Copco 1 dam began in 1911, Nature barred fish migration past this lava dam

A CAL-FIRE water tanker drafting water from Iron Gate Lake to fight wildfire

‘Beneficial Use’: CAL-FIRE drafted over one-million gallons of water from Iron Gate Lake to battle the 38,000 acre Klamathon Wildfire that was stopped before it incinerated the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument and Ashland OR: Photo by; William E. Simpso

Firefighting helicopter draws water from Iron Gate Lake on the Klamath River to fight the Klamathon Wildfire

Firefighters drew over 1-million gallons of water from Iron Gate Lake (one of the lakes behind the Klamath River dams) to fight the 38,000-acre Klamathon Fire that threatened Ashland Oregon and the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument – Photo: William E. Si

A Golden Eagle is seen fishing on Copco Lake. Both Bald and Golden Eagles, being large raptors require areas of open-water to catch the fish they eat. Photo: M. Gough

A Golden Eagle is seen fishing on Copco Lake. Both Bald and Golden Eagles, being large raptors require areas of open-water to catch the fish they eat. Photo: M. Gough

In the midst of Climate Change, Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) proposal will drain 45-billion gallons of fresh water from Copco and Iron Gate Lakes

In the midst of extreme drought and catastrophic wildfires, Klamath River Renewal Corporation ('KRRC') is proposing what is tantamount to draining our canteens before we cross a massive desert”

— William E. Simpson II – Naturalist

YREKA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — It's no secret that the west coast of America is gripped by extreme drought that is forecast to continue into the foreseeable future.

According to experts, Climate Change is driving the weather patterns that are now depriving the western U.S. of normal annual precipitation, as well as the snow-pack that is critical for water storage into spring and summer.

The results of Climate Change are drier, hotter and longer summers. And with that comes the extreme drought and catastrophic wildfires.

The Dumbest Idea Ever?

A shell corporation going by the name of the 'Klamath River Renewal Corporation' (KRRC) wants to remove the dams on the Klamath River that hold 45-billion gallons of fresh water.

Copco and Iron Gate lakes are two large lakes that hold 45-Billion gallons of water. More here: https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/544283346/klamath-dams-removal-in-the-midst-of-water-crisis-antithesis-of-water-and-wildlife-conservation

These two lakes are formed by two of the 4-dams on the Klamath River.

Draining the 45-Billion gallons of water from Copco and Iron Gate Lakes and destroying structurally sound water-storage dams during a water crises that is combined with catastrophic wildfires is just insane.

Western states, especially California and Oregon, are facing evolving extreme drought resulting from Climate Change, that according to some climate models may last for a decade or more.

California desperately needs more dams, not less.

The insane level of irony in KRRC's proposal to drain the 45-billion gallons of fresh water from Iron Gate and Copco Lakes, and also destroy their dams, which are structurally sound, that today would cost about $1-billion dollars just to replace them, is that they are also planning to charge Californians and Oregonians close to a $1-Billion dollars to destroy the Klamath River dams and drain that precious water, destroying that water storage and management system!

And instead of burning fossil fuels to make the replacement energy for about 80,000 homes and businesses if the dams are removed, by keeping them, electrical consumers can take comfort in knowing the energy they are using is clean hydro-electric power.

No water to drink, shower or flush toilets!

In Southern Oregon and Northern California, domestic and municipal wells have gone dry, or will soon be dry.

Thousands of people in several counties in Northern California and Southern Oregon are suffering severe water shortages. In the Klamath Basin, residents are already having to bucket borrowed water just to have some drinking water and flush toilets, as over 100 domestic wells have gone dry, with hundreds more at risk of going dry..

And according to some long-range forecasting models, we are in a long period of extreme drought that could last for a decade or more!

In the midst extreme drought and catastrophic wildfires incinerating the west, the Klamath River Renewal Corporation ('KRRC'), a non-profit shell corporation is proposing what is tantamount to draining our canteens before we cross a massive desert.

Draining 45-Billion gallons of stored fresh water during an extreme drought has to be the dumbest idea ever!

Why would anyone even suggest such a crazy concept?

Well, Mr. Glen Spain, a member of KRRC's board of directors may have said it best, when he said it's about money, not salmon!

Read more here: https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/546897224/klamath-river-dams-krrc-s-proposed-dam-removal-project-minority-consensus-for-environmental-and-ecological-disaster

The False Premise

The key premise that has been served-up to the public and legislators is that removing the dams supposedly will restore a mythical salmon migration. And even if that was a good trade-off and exchange for people going without water to drink, bath and flush toilets, and having ample water to fight catastrophic wildfires, facts prove their 'premise' for dam removal is a fake!

A 1913 drawing by the famous engineer/dam builder J.C. Boyle shows that a naturally-formed 31-foot-tall lava dam was holding back the Klamath River creating 'Clammittee Lake', and was present when construction on Copco 1 dam began!

In fact, according to engineering drawings, the 132-foot-tall Copco 1 dam was built about two-tenths (2/10) of a mile downstream from the natural 31-foot-tall lava dam and Clammittee Lake. (SEE IMAGE of J.C. Boyle's drawing)

And when the Klamath River filled-in behind the larger man-made dam, the smaller dam and its natural lake were covered under the waters of the new larger lake, which is very similar in size to an even older lake that was formed in the same location by an ancient 130-foot-tall lava dam that stood for millennia, before finally eroding. When that ancient 130-foot-tall dam eroded, it allowed Clammittee Lake to then settle behind the remaining 31-foot-tall natural lava dam holding back the Klamath River, and barring upstream fish migration.

Nature, not man, had ordained that fish could not migrate past this point of multiple large lava dams for millennia!

Hard geologic and engineering evidence proves there was no fish migration past Ward Canyon the series of natural lava dams that blocked fish migration for many millennia.

Extreme Drought and Water Crises Amidst Catastrophic Wildfires

Medford is running out of water as are many surrounding towns. Hornbrook, CA is 'out of water'!

In Klamath Falls, hundreds of domestic wells are already dry, and more are expected to fail in the coming days and weeks.

Bend has its tourists on water rations. Ashland Oregon and Yreka, CA are next, as are other towns in Oregon and CA!

Firefighters are now having trouble fighting catastrophic wildfires due to limited water!

Showing up at a wildfire with a 'dry hose' is a recipe for more towns and cites getting burned to the dirt!

Amazingly, with all that's going-on, there are some people who think draining lakes is a 'good idea'… yes, it's true, there are people who are that poorly informed.

It's primarily uncaring people who reside outside the region, and the misinformed locals, who want to drain Billions of gallons of water into the sea!

And that idiotic agenda is driven by misleading propaganda fed into the media by KRRC, a non-profit shell company originally formed in an office in New York City.

Considering these intolerable conditions, which are predicted to get worse in the coming years, must we also suffer KRRC's plan to charge Oregon and California taxpayers $1-Billion to remove the Klamath dams and drain 45-billion gallons of precious fresh water from Copco and Iron Gate Lakes into the sea?

And shockingly, at the same time as promoting the removal of the Klamath River dams, California governor Gavin Newsom, is tapping the wallets of Californian taxpayers $5.1-Billion for a water bill to, now get this, 'build dams' !

Does the movie 'Idiocracy' come to anyone's mind? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP2tUW0HDHA

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Barton Gilman Opens Philadelphia Office

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Patricia Hennessy, Kathleen Nagle, Christopher Barrett and Adam Alaa Attia expand Barton Gilman's education practice into Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland

PHILADELPHIA, PA, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recently, Patricia A. Hennessy, Kathleen M. Nagle and Christopher A. Barrett have founded Barton Gilman’s Philadelphia office to serve the needs of public charter schools, private schools, and religious schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland. Additionally, education attorney Adam Alaa Attia has joined the team.   

A nationally recognized charter schools advocate, Hennessy brings twenty years of experience in the representation of charter schools and cyber charter schools, charter management organizations and charter advocacy organizations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland. Hennessy serves on the National Litigation Council for the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools and is a long-term member of the Alliance of Public Charter School Attorneys as well as multiple city and state charter advocacy organizations. She also works extensively with private, boarding and religious schools on a wide range of legal issues. Hennessy is a board member of the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools and serves as Chair of the Legislative Affairs Committee. She received a J.D. from Temple University School of Law, a B.A., cum laude, from Temple University, and is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland.   

Nagle focuses her practice on education law and commercial litigation, advising charter schools on all aspects of charter school operations to ensure compliance with federal and state laws, and administrative regulations. She also handles complex commercial litigation matters from the administrative level in state and federal courts. Additionally, Nagle’s experience in the white-collar criminal defense arena – including internal investigations, grand jury and federal courtrooms, are a valuable resource for organizations in the public arena.  She received a J.D. from Villanova University School of Law, a B.A. from Villanova University, and is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 

Barrett represents and advises K-12 schools, including charter schools and education support organizations.  He has years of experience serving as solicitor to public school boards of education and charter schools, providing daily counsel to school administrators, public boards of education and charter schools, litigating matters on behalf of his school clients before state courts and state and federal administrative agencies, and providing trainings and seminars to school board members, school administrators, and staff members. Additionally, Barrett provides representation to municipalities, police and fire departments, and government officials in labor and employment matters and complex civil litigation. He received a J.D. from Widener University School of Law, a B.A. from Saint Joseph’s University, and is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 

Attia joins the firm from the Pennsylvania Governor’s Office of General Counsel for the Department of Education where he served as Assistant Counsel. He represents schools in contract negotiations, procurement processes, and application drafting and renewal. Attia served on the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Equity and Inclusion Task Force, the Pennsylvania Governor’s LGBTQ+ Work Group, and as a legal aid and translator for the Nationalities Service Center Immigrant and Refugee Service Organization. He received a J.D. from Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, a B.A., cum laude, from Temple University, and is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania. 

“We are thrilled to have Pat, Kathy, Chris and Adam join the Barton Gilman family – expanding our geographic reach and further enhancing our ability to serve the legal needs of our education clients with experience and excellence,” said co-managing partner, Matthew R. Plain. 

About Barton Gilman 

Barton Gilman serves clients throughout the Northeast with offices in Boston, Providence, New York, and Philadelphia, offering legal services in a wide variety of matters, including education law, employment, premises liability and business litigation, as well as medical and other professional liability defense, insurance coverage and bad faith litigation, family law, trusts and estates, criminal defense, corporate formation and intellectual property. The firm and its attorneys have received numerous awards and accolades, including Best Lawyers, Best Law Firms, Best Places to Work Rhode Island, Outstanding Philanthropic Business, the Common Good Award, and Super Lawyers. 

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‘Lives and Minds of C.W. Männe BINGE’ Releases Chapter 32 Time and Forgetting

Time and Forgetting leads to Foregiveness...

I am a Tiger as much as I am a Butterfly…”

— C.W. Männe

PULAU DEWATA, REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Brainiac Productions LLC, Christopher William Mahne, and Sir David Michael Robinson today announced the release of Chapter 32 Time and Forgetting from ‘Lives and Minds of C.W. Männe BINGE’ on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and audio content on Soundcloud along with special SFX video content on YouTube and IGTV.

As the story proceeds to its ending, this chapter deals with C.W. returning and carrying the wooden cup with the moon’s reflection inside, but along the path, he is being guided by A BUTTERFLY, which he calls THE BRIGHTLY DANCING SHERPA. THE BUTTERFLY is the symbol of Ayahuasca. The fact that it is LEADING HIM, is an homage to the power of the medicine, to take you where you never thought you could go. In this chapter, C.W. must decide between CARNAL PLEASURE AND DEATH….OR, SPIRITUAL BIRTH… He chooses SPIRITUAL BIRTH, narrowly escaping his own lower nature…and drinking from the cup…

Sir David commented “Sometimes when you’re writing a piece, you start with a title. Other times it comes to you. We had long discussions about how interesting it was that 'Time and Forgetting' were both a poison and the cure in C.W.'s life. He has been punished and healed by both. His father’s voice whispers to him from the deep with just these words 'Time and Forgetting' over and again… C.W.'s ability to pull these types of insights from his life is why we wrote BINGE and wanted to share the story with the world. As he often says to me, “We don’t suffer from how much we know, but how little we are able to forget.”

Mahne stated simply "I am a Tiger as much as I am a Butterfly…"

The Grangita is "Pachamama Love Orgy."

Book reviewers, bloggers, journalists, and other media contacts who would like to receive a copy and/or schedule an interview with the authors can email inquiries.

Click here to get a Free Audible copy of ‘Lives and Minds of C.W. Männe BINGE.’

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Lives and Minds of C.W. Männe: BINGE – Chapter 32 – Time and Forgetting


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