Positive/Negative: How to plug into the power to change!

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San Manuel – Are you seeking to change your life? Would you like to help your community? If the answer is yes to either question, or both, then, take a chance and attend an upcoming seminar which will be held at the San Manuel Elks Lodge #2007 on Wednesday, Sept. 10, 7:30 p.m., right after the Elks hold Taco Night. The class is free to attend, but, donations are gratefully accepted.

Presenter, Deborah Hunsecker, will help you learn how to change your thinking and find freedom and confidence in yourself, as well as ways to influence others and improve your daily life. Ms. Hunsecker has a BA in Criminal Justice with a correctional stress; CMT; and is past president and education chairperson for Webmedx-AHDI, the only online chapter of AHDI.

This is not an Elks-related, religious, AA/NA or commercial presentation. All subject matter is offered as a class for all those interested in learning simple techniques to enhance their life and to motivate them to become more positive and active in influencing their social and family environment.

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