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Ask Dr. Bunny. Gorgeous shoes that are comfortable, too??? Beth Freeman, guest

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downloadBeth Freeman, assistant sales manager at Donald J Pliner shoes in the Las Vegas Caesar’s Palace Forum Shops, joins Dr. Bunny for a fun and informative interview about all things SHOES! Tune in and get the inside scoop from a real shoe expert!

About Donald J Pliner:

The Donald J Pliner Company has built a reputation for its innovative materials and quality craftsmanship in men’s and women’s luxury footwear and accessories. Since 1989, the brand has been known for the combination of fashion, fit and comfort that embodies every design.

Inspired by Energy. Drawn from Destinations. From the beaches of Miami to Metropolitan rooftops, the lights of Las Vegas and beyond, Donald J Pliner shoes, boots and accessories are infused with uniquely bold, colorful, modern styling influenced by a mix of evocative places both near and far away.

Donald J Pliner products are sold nationwide in select specialty stores and upscale department stores including Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, and Bloomingdale’s. The entire collection is also available at the company’s six retail stores – Houston, Las Vegas, Miami, New Orleans, Orlando, San Jose and on donaldjpliner.com.

Welcome to the World of Donald J Pliner.

About Donald J Pliner at The Forum Shops at Caesars, Las Vegas:
We invite you to step into an exceptional shopping oasis. Infused with elements reflective of Donald’s worldly travels, the environment emulates the richness of the unique designs found in each shoe, boot and accessory for both men and women.
Highly-trained Donald J Pliner associates are prepared to provide one-on-one assistance with detailed knowledge of the handcrafted nature, exotic materials and unique design of each style. From offering fashion trend advice to selecting the perfect shoes and accessories for any occasion, a personal shopper will aspire to deliver on your every need and desire.

Email Beth Freeman at  beth@donaldjpliner.com today to make an appointment for an experience tailored to you.

Donald J Pliner at The Forum Shops at Caesars
3500 Las Vegas Boulevard South Suite S-25
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 796-0900
STORE HOURS
Sun – Thurs 10AM – 11PM
Fri & Sat 10AM – MIDNIGHT

Contact Beth Freeman at (702) 796-0900 or E-mail: beth@donaldjpliner.com
Also visit: http://www.donaldjpliner.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/ http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is motion picture production like? David Preston, guest.

David Preston

David Preston

David Preston

David Preston, CEO of E Alan Enterprises and Producer at Mountain Jack Studios, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss digital media, motion picture production, post production and so much more! Tune in and learn some very fascinating & exciting behind-the-scenes info!

About David Preston:  David’s career began working at an NBC Television affiliate in Las Vegas, Nevada working as a camera operator, lighting technician, technical director and director of news, public service and commercials.  David was also a News Producer, News Anchor/Reporter for a local Las Vegas radio station.  For five successive years he worked as the audio gaffer on the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon.

David then entered film school where he earned an Associates of Arts in Communications and a Bachelor of Arts in Cinema, and met his current business partner, Ron Gulette.  After college, David worked as the Production Manager on a film titled “Forgotten Heros”, and in special projects for a company called, Klasky Csupo.  David co-Produced a low budget feature film called “Black Water”, then opened a Location Service company managing various location properties to the film community.  David then spent the next seventeen plus years working as a Project Manager/Producer, mastering and restoring older Hollywood film classics for major studios such as Paramount, 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures and Inter-Media, working for such companies as Technicolor, Warner Bros, Post Logic Studios and Ascent Media.

David has now moved back into film production, where his real passion has always been.  David has teamed up with his good friend, Ron Gulette, to create Mountain Jack Studios, LLC, a company that will develop, produce and distribute the motion pictures that they will be making.

Contact David Preston by E-mail at: ealanenterprises@outlook.com
Also visit: http://www.mountainjackstudios.com/

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. Starting a new school and dealing with change? A kid’s perspective! Elizabeth and Isabel, guests.

Dr. Bunny, Elizabeth and Isabel

Dr. Bunny, Elizabeth and Isabel

Dr. Bunny, Elizabeth and Isabel

Elizabeth, 10, and Isabel, 9, join Dr. Bunny to talk about their recent experience starting a new school, in a new town. Elizabeth and Isabel share their perspective and offer advice to other kids who may be facing a similar transition. This is a wonderful interview with two very delightful young ladies. Tune in and gain some insight on what it’s like to be a kid in today’s world!

Some thoughts on starting a new school:

It is September and time for kids to back in school. We all remember being excited – nervous – stressed –happy – confused, or, any combination of those feelings when we returned to the classroom after summer vacation.

But, what if you have to change schools? Eeek! …Starting over…It can be a big deal, traumatic even! Old teachers, old friends, and an old school building will be left behind – and that can feel very sad.  So, make sure you let yourself experience the sadness by talking it over with friends who are going through it, too, or your parents, grandparents or other family you feel close to.  And remember, if you’re sad, it’s not a bad thing – it’s actually a good thing, because it means you had a good experience there that you’re sad to leave behind.  If you’re not sad, then it’s probably time for a new start where you have a new chance to make it a happy experience.

So what’s the best way to face it?  The one thing that never changes about life is just that: Change.  Change happens.  And while you can’t prepare for every change you’re going to meet, you can learn to get better at dealing with change itself.  And for kids in school, changing schools – and changing towns! – that can be a huge challenge.  I hope we’ve helped provide some tips for how to handle, and embrace, change!

Thank you to Elizabeth and Isabel for sharing their honest feelings and giving us insight into the world of kids today!

Check out one of Elizabeth’s favorite websites, http://www.behindthename.com/, for fun facts about your name and others!

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. How do you find your joy by helping people? Lisa Marquez, guest.

Lisa Marquez

Lisa MarquezLisa Marquez, one of the most upbeat & inspiring women you’ll ever meet, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss how helping people helps her to find, and keep, the joy in her life! A wonderful interview with a delightful woman!

About Lisa:

Lisa is from the little town of Santa Paula, CA and has lived in the City of Ventura, CA
for the past 10+ years now. Lisa is a Licensed Sales Producer for Allstate Insurance
Company and currently works at the Jill Olivares Insurance Agency in Oak View. She is
licensed in property casualty, health, life, commercial and also has her series 6, 63, and
26 license.

In addition to being passionate about educating her clients about their insurance needs,
Lisa is very passionate about helping those in her community that may not have a
means to help themselves. She currently serves as the Junior Regent at the Ventura
Moose Lodge where fundraising for the community is flourishing. Lisa is also a board
member for Project Understanding where she believes in their philosophy of a hand up
and not a hand out. She is the current chairperson for the Ventura Marathon fund
raising event and participate by running a ½ marathon(13.1 miles) all while raising
money for Project Understanding and its many services.

Lisa was very instrumental in creating the first “purple room” at the City Center
Transitional Living where a survivor of domestic violence and their family was able to
find a safe place they can now call home. She is extremely honored to now be serving
as an official board member for the City Center and looking forward to the opportunity of
having more purple rooms for those affected by domestic violence.

Lisa has two beautiful daughters and one amazing son but it give her great joy spending
time with the love of her life, her grandson Gauge! She loves running in her spare time
and hopes to run a full marathon in the future, Lord willing. She believes that putting
God first in her life makes all things possible and for that she is truly grateful!

If you’d like to donate money or food for Project Understanding go to http://projectunderstanding.org

Contact Lisa Marquez at (805) 649-6090
Also visit: http://projectunderstanding.org

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is a Peace Pole? Rev. Lynn Chaplin-Noe, guest.

PEACE POLE

PEACE POLERev. Lynn Chaplin-Noe joins Dr. Bunny to discuss Peace Poles – what they are, how you can be involved, and how our very own Peace Pole is coming to the Camarillo Library!

The Ventura County Co-Creators Peace Pole Ceremony will be held at the Camarillo Library, 4101 Las Posas Road, Camarillo, CA on Sunday, September 11, 2016, from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm, and you are invited to this special day!  This is a free event!  There will be food and fun for everyone!  Please join us for this very special Peace Pole dedication!

About the Ventura County Co-Creators Community:
Everyone wants to have a PEACEFUL WORLD in which to live. We are a local Service Group called the ‘Ventura County Co-Creators’ Community. Our Vision is simply to help co-create a Community and World that works well for all people.

As part of our Vision, we have initiated a campaign to have a ‘Peace Pole’ erected right here in our beautiful City of Camarillo.

The ‘Peace Pole’ project was first introduced in the United States with the opening of the World Peace Prayer Society offices in San Francisco and New York in 1986, The International Year of Peace.

The Peace Pole is a hand-crafted granite monument that displays the message, “May Peace Prevail on Earth” on each of its 7 sides, each side in a different language. There are tens of thousands of Peace Poles in 180 countries all over the world dedicated as monuments to peace. They serve as constant reminders for us to visualize world peace.

In March, the group requested City Council approval to install the peace pole. After working out details, including the languages to be inscribed and its location, the group received permission to install it Sept. 11.

The group wanted to have the pole installed Sept. 21 on the International Day of Peace. That was a Wednesday, but the club felt it could get more people to attend if installation was held on a weekend.

Because Sept. 11 falls on a Sunday this year, the group decided to hold the ceremony that day.

Here are contacts for the Ventura County Co-Creators Peace Pole Dedication:

PEACE POLE DEDICATION
Sunday, September 11, 2016
1-4 p.m.
Camarillo Library
4101 Las Posas Road, Camarillo, CA

For More information of opportunities to volunteer:
larahall@lycos.com
latrfc@gmail.com
susanseats@gmail.com

Contact Rev. Lynn Chaplin-Noe by E-mail at latrfc@gmail.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What would you like your legacy to be? Libby Pierce, Guest

Charles and Libby Pierce

Charles and Libby Pierce

Charles and Libby Pierce

Libby Pierce, 92 years young, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss what she’d like her legacy to be, and the beautiful stories of her life. Listen in as Libby shares about the first day she met her late husband, Charles, which she says was the best day of her life. Forever an optimist, Libby is a delight to talk with. This is a wonderful interview that will leave you with love in your heart.

Please also check out the book “The Art Of Survival”, which was written about Libby’s late husband, Charles Pierce, who was a concentration camp survivor.

About “The Art Of Survival”:
THE ART OF SURVIVAL: THE TRUE STORY OF TRIUMPHANTING OVER THE HORRORS OF NAZI SLAVERY AND FINDING EVERLASTING LOVE.

The Art of Survival is one of the most intriguing books of the decade and one you will not only want to read but will want those you care about to read.

The Art of Survival is the TRUE story of Charles Pierce who spent six horrifying years as a slave of the Nazis during the wars years (1939-1945). You will feel his fears and his daring, facing death and torture day after day as he is shifted from ghettos to work camps to death camps. Along your way, you will experience his pain and determination to survive, constant hunger, the freezing conditions of Polish winters, beatings and hard labor. Near the war’s ending you will feel a lump swelling in your throat when the American’s arrive to rescue this man and others only days before the collapse of Hitler’s reign. But this is NOT the ending of the story. In ways, it is merely the beginning: The second half of the book unfolds in America where Charles finds the true love of his life. And so, if you like true adventure and triumphant love stories you simply will not want to miss this great read.

Also visit The Survival Station website: http://www.thesurvivalstation.com where you can purchase The Art Of Survival,  and many other great books!

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is the Art Of Survival? Mark Pierce, guest.

Mark and Stacey Pierce

Mark and Stacey Pierce

Mark and Stacey Pierce

Mark Pierce, Author and Publisher, joins Dr. Bunny to discuss the amazing story of his father, Charles Pierce, who survived 6 concentration camps.  Mark also talks about the new book “The Art Of Survival” – a must-read for anyone interested in love, miracles and survival!

About “The Art Of Survival”:
THE ART OF SURVIVAL: THE TRUE STORY OF TRIUMPHANTING OVER THE HORRORS OF NAZI SLAVERY AND FINDING EVERLASTING LOVE.

The Art of Survival is one of the most intriguing books of the decade and one you will not only want to read but will want those you care about to read.

The Art of Survival is the TRUE story of Charles Pierce who spent six horrifying years as a slave of the Nazis during the wars years (1939-1945). You will feel his fears and his daring, facing death and torture day after day as he is shifted from ghettos to work camps to death camps. Along your way, you will experience his pain and determination to survive, constant hunger, the freezing conditions of Polish winters, beatings and hard labor. Near the war’s ending you will feel a lump swelling in your throat when the American’s arrive to rescue this man and others only days before the collapse of Hitler’s reign. But this is NOT the ending of the story. In ways, it is merely the beginning: The second half of the book unfolds in America where Charles finds the true love of his life. And so, if you like true adventure and triumphant love stories you simply will not want to miss this great read.

Contact Mark Pierce at (805) 443-7611 or E-mail: markmpierce@adelphia.net
Also visit The Survival Station website: http://www.thesurvivalstation.com where you can purchase The Art Of Survival, The ABC’s of Loving, and many other great books!

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. What is ATRA and how can it help you? Dennis Madden, guest.

Dennis Madden, ATRA CEO

Dennis Madden, ATRA CEO

Dennis Madden, ATRA CEO

Dennis Madden, CEO of ATRA (Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association) , joins Dr. Bunny to discuss the incredible history of ATRA and how it became the world’s largest trade organization of transmission rebuilders, transmission specialists and transmission part suppliers.  An extremely interesting interview with Mercury Broadcasting’s Title Sponsor!

About ATRA:

Founded in 1954, the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA) is an international trade association for the professional automatic transmission repair industry.

Located in Oxnard, CA, ATRA has over 2,000 members worldwide. Our membership consists of more than 2000 repair specialists, students, schools, and suppliers, all supporting the training, research and improvements for transmission repair.

Every ATRA Rebuilder Member must adhere to ATRA’s Code of Ethics…ATRA’s standards for providing honest, professional service. So, when you take your car to an ATRA Rebuilder Member, you’re assured of polite, professional service, at an honest price.

And not just automatic transmission repair: most ATRA members also provide diagnostic and repair service for manual transmissions, clutches, differentials, driveshafts, drive axles, and transfer cases.

Fixing transmission problems is our specialty. Whether its transmission maintenance, simple transmission repair, or a complete transmission rebuild, you can be sure there is an ATRA member nearby to help. Having problems with your check engine light? One of our local members can help. Looking for transmission service advice? Your local ATRA member has the answers.

You’ll find our members throughout the USA and Canada. With ATRA’s Golden Rule Warranty you have the comfort of knowing you’re covered by the largest network of automatic transmission repair specialists in the world, that kind of assurance makes the ATRA name the only one you need to trust.

Browse through our wealth of information on transmission repair and transmission service. We are the most visited website in the transmission repair industry for that reason and we would be happy if you made us your premier transmission repair specialists.

Contact Dennis Madden at http://atra.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. Volunteering? How do you find time? Jann Huling, guest

Dr. Bunny and Jann Huling

Dr. Bunny and Jann Huling

Dr. Bunny and Jann Huling

Jann Huling, volunteer extraordinaire and all around amazing woman, joins Dr. Bunny to talk about volunteering – how she finds the time & how fulfilling it is!  Tune in and prepare to be inspired!

About Jann Harter Huling –

Jann was born and raised in Ventura County. Graduated from Ventura High and UCLA. She has one biological son, Ian Huling and, she adopted his best friend Bobby Fischer. Bobby blessed her with one beautiful granddaughter named Meadow Lily.

Jann’s passion has always been the “under dog” and with a true desire to make a difference in our world.  Jann made a challenge to herself on Thanksgiving day 2014 to meet one homeless neighbor a day.  Jann no longer wanted to hear “oh that one homeless guy with his dog on the avenue or that lady at Ralphs”.  They are human and have a name and a story. She has taken to the streets and meets our homeless neighbors daily in any City she is in, Jann always will ask them their name and engages with them in regard to their story of just how they ended up on the streets.  Jann provides them resources and often provides them with new socks and a bags of dog food if the have pets.  They are Hopeless they are Homeless This journey has changed Jann’s life.

Jann is employed as the Business Development Manager for ServiceMaster Integrity  located at 1601 Ives Ave Bldg E, Oxnard, CA. They are a disaster restoration company. Specializing in fire, smoke, water, mold, etc.damage.  This has allowed her to help people in some of their darkest hours after a devastating fire or flood.

Jann serves on the Board for Project Understanding, as Vice President, and she was awarded Board Member of the Year in 2015.  She also serves on the board of the City Center Transitional living.

Jann was honored to have been Recently elected to serve on the board of the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce. Jann is active with the Ventura Chamber and was awarded Volunteer of the Year in 2013 and the Ambassador of the year in 2014 and again in 2015.

Jann loves animals she has 2 rescue dogs, Minnie Mojito and Sir Buddy Winston III along with 2 cats Puff Daddy and Raider and her Hobbies are Running, Sailing and Kayaking.  She enjoys reading and cooking, but most of all laughing.

Contact Jann Huling on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/I-am-not-hopeless-I-am-homeless-949965015027659/?fref=nf

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/

Ask Dr. Bunny. How does a successful business woman find more fullfilment? Caryl Cantrell, guest

Caryl Cantrell and Dr. Bunny

Caryl Cantrell and Dr. Bunny

Caryl Cantrell and Dr. Bunny

Caryl Cantrell joins Dr. Bunny to discuss her entrepreneurial life, travel, volunteering and fundraising.   A third-generation Venturan, Caryl followed her heart to help her father, and followed her dream to return to Ventura.  Listen in as Caryl shares how patience and persistance resulted in a more fulfilled life!  What an inspiring woman!

About Caryl Cantrell:

Caryl has volunteered and raised funds for Project Understanding for several years, running half marathons for Ventura County Marathon Training which raises money for Project Understanding.  As a Board member, Caryl hopes to find creative ways to fundraiser and help bring awareness to the needs of the homeless community.  After almost 30 years in shopping center management, Caryl is currently the Leasing Development Manager for Macerich at Pacific View Mall focusing on short term and seasonal leasing.

About Project Understanding:

Project Understanding provides hope by developing and directing resources for the purpose of transforming lives and community through justice, mercy and compassion.
Project Understanding had its beginnings more than forty years ago when the people of the faith community stepped forward to make a difference in the lives of those around them. Leadership and members of half a dozen congregations collaborated in their efforts to work toward helping the underserved in this community.The agency was officially incorporated on July 7, 1977.

Project Understanding has initiated a number of programs that have since incorporated as separate agencies. Among these are FOOD Share (the county food bank) and the Ventura County affiliate of Habitat for Humanity.
As the needs of our community members shift, we strive to evolve and adapt our services and programs with the dynamic nature of those we serve and their needs.

Contact Caryl Cantrell at (805) 642-0605 ext. 232
Also visit: http://www.shoppacificview.com/
Learn more about Project Understanding at: http://www.projectunderstanding.org/

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/ http://vreelandcollege.org/

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