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Thank you Julianne from Minute Man Press. We are very pleased with your printing productions.
For more information on Minute Man Press, please visit their site, http://www.bayside.minutemanpress.com
Judy Markowitz listed another home in the Flushing area, right in Murray Hill. In this video, Anthony describes this charming house in the heart of Flushing, NY Murray Hill area.
Judy Markowitz and the Energized Realty Group will team up with Holy Cross High School for their 15th Annual Walk-A-Thon.
Students will rally together to raise their goal of $85,000 on October 12th. The money raised at this event will be used to fund a 55 Passenger Bus for Athletic and Academic Functions. If you wish to donate, please click on the link.
Get into the Autumn spirit! We did the searching for you and found great innovative and easy ways to decorate you home for the fall. Enjoy!
Letter Perfect Leaves
Mark your front door with a leafy monogram. Paint a papier-mache letter and let dry. Hot-glue dried or silk leaves to the front. Shape a piece of wire into a hanging loop, and hot-glue it to the back of the letter.
Pumpkins & Candles
Transform miniature pumpkins into beautiful candle holders, perfect for the autumn season. Drill or cut out a hole in the top of the pumpkin the same size as a candle’s tapered base. Hot-glue miniature pinecones, berries, and dried moss around the hole. Insert a candle and light it to add a little glow to your harvest nights.
When cold weather arrives, gourds, winter squash, Indian corn, and small pumpkins can fill the planters that once overflowed with flowering annuals; tuck some colorful leaves into any gaps. There’s no better way to capture the spirit of the fall harvest season.
Fall Foliage Wreath
Cut from kraft paper, the faux foliage is accented with additional leaves cut from shimmering metallic paper.
The decoration can be hung year after year. When the season changes, store the wreath in a covered cardboard box until next year.
Tools and Materials
Kraft paper, from hardware or art-supply stores
Similar shimmering metallic paper in Gold (P_L32222) and Antique Gold (P_L32227), $13.50 per 50 sheets, from Paper Presentation
Wreath form, 20-inch double-rail wreath ring (DRWR20), $2.95, from mainewreathco.com
Brown satin bow
Paper Wreath How-To
1. Cut several long, 1 1/2-inch-wide strips of kraft paper. Wrap around a wreath form (ours was 20 inches in diameter) to cover; staple.
2. Cut several 5-by-10-inch rectangles from kraft paper; fold accordion-style. Cut out multiple leaves.
3. Cut more 2 1/2-by-4 1/2-inch rectangles from metallic papers; fold on the diagonal, at a slight curve.
4. Cut out single leaves; gently pinch to create a curved shape. Staple all leaves to wreath form, overlapping. Embellish with a brown satin bow.
Pinecone Lamp Finial
Bring a bit of the forest indoors by decorating a lamp finial with a pinecone, plain or spray-painted silver. If your lamp doesn’t already have a basic finial — the small piece that screws onto the top of a lamp’s harp — you can buy one at the hardware store.
Lamp Finial How-To
1. Sand the bottom of the pinecone to create a smooth surface.2. Dab a bit of hot glue onto the flattened area, and press the pinecone onto the top of the finial.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff of summer. It’s also a time when family and friends get together for those great backyard BBQs. When celebrating Memorial Day weekend 2012 don’t forget the meaning of the holiday.
What is Memorial Day?
Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service. Waterloo N.Y. was officially declared the birthplace of Memorial Day by President Lyndon Johnson in May 1966. However, may towns all over the country, dating back to 1866, arranged large gatherings of people to honor those who have passed defending our nation.
Memorial Day quotes
“For love of country they accepted death.“ — James A. Garfield
“The greatest glory of a free-born people is to transmit the freedom to their children.“ — William Havard
“The patriot’s blood is the seed of Freedom’s tree.“ — Thomas Campbell
“We come, not to mourn our dead soldiers but to praise them.“ — Francis A. Walker
“Although no sculptured marble should rise to their memory, nor engraved stone bear record of their deeds, yet will their remembrance be as lasting as the land they honored.“ — Daniel Webster
Where to go to celebrate and honor our troops?
Check out local parades in the area by clicking the link below. And have a Happy and Safe Memorial Day Weekend!
World War II veteran Loretta Z. Weiss, from Flushing’s Veterans of Foreign Wars, sells the traditional poppys for soldiers at last years Whitestone Memorial Day Parade.
“I think we’re having fun. I think our customers really like our products. And we’re always trying to do better”. – Steve Jobs
Here at the Energized Realty Group we are always looking for ways to help YOU (family, friends, neighbors, and customers) get the most information possible when looking for a home. As a result, we decided to give our website a small makeover to give you the best search possible with the most valuable information.
These are just some of the new features we have on our website:
- Fast, easy, and accurate searches
- Walk Score – check out what is nearby every listing – from supermarkets to coffee shops, to parks, the Walk Score has it all.
- Mortgage Calculator right on the listings page, so you don’t have to leave your page to get mortgage info.
- And much, much more…
Please check us out energizedrealtygroup.com from your computer, or your mobile device.
Today I discussed with some students, teachers, and administrators, at Holy Cross High School, what it was like to grow up as the child of Holocaust survivors. My mother, Agnes Moriber, described her personal experience in the Holocaust as well as her teenage life in Budapest, Hungary.