If you are looking for something to do this weekend, besides shovel and try to keep your car on the road, check this out.
This Saturday, from 9am – 12pm, the Real Life Wesleyan Church located at 27399 Old Village Road in Mechanicsville is having a coronation ceremony for Abby Weinberg as she will be crowned Warrior Princess.
Abby has been a real trooper through her battle against AGS, Aicardi–Goutières Syndrome.
This event has a $10 entry fee for adults but kids are free. All proceeds benefit the AGS research being done at Children’s Hospital. Please come out and wear your jeans.
In attendance will be Kona Ice, Chick-fil-A, Once Upon A Princess and Foundation 4 Heroes.
The following weekend, Foundation 4 Heroes will be heading to Columbus to meet up with the Terminator himself, Mr. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Remember — “Even Heroes Need a Hero.”
Dr. Jay M. Lipoff is the owner of Back At Your Best Chiropractic & Physical Therapy, LLC, which is located in the Wildewood Shopping Center. Dr. Lipoff is also the author of “Back At Your Best; Balancing the Demands of Life With the Needs of Your Body.” It is available in book and Kindle format at Amazon.
He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Syracuse University in 1990, a Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.) from New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) in 1994 and he became a Certified Fitness Trainer (CFT) in 2005.
Dr. Lipoff is an Executive Board Member, International Chiropractic Association Council on Fitness and Sports Health Science; has a radio segment: Back At Your Best in 5 Minutes or Less, President and Founder; Foundation 4 Heroes, Contributing writer, Huffington Post’ Co-Founder, Drug Free Training USA; Member, NY Strength-promoting the importance of physical conditioning; Board Member of Public Relations Committee, Maryland Chiropractic Association; has spoken on nationally broadcasted radio interviews, has articles in print and referenced in over 150 print papers, magazine and on websites, President, Wildewood Business Network-promoting better business relations and community outreach.