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RMA Publicity is pleased to have helped get the word out about the “There Once Was a Barn Holiday Boutique" at Patrick Plautz's farm on Gorman Avenue in Willard, Wisc., on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday.
WQOW-TV in Eau Claire will be running a preview story in its evening newscast on Thanksgiving Day. An article has already been published in the Leader Telegram.
Fifteen local artists are participating in the event that kicks off at 9 a.m. on Black Friday.
Plautz inherited the farm from his mother, and last year renovated it into a shop and studio. His barn ended up being one of the highlights of this year's Clark County Art Crawl, drawing about 600 guests to the family farm.
Patrick Plautz is a wood artist. Learn more about his work at www.patrickjsimagination.com.
She was interviewed on WINT-Radio in Cleveland and KLKS-FM in Brainerd, Minn. on Nov. 24, WRVA-AM in Richmond, Va. (Nov. 21), WJRN-Radio in Racine, Wisc. (Nov. 10), WDPN-AM in Cleveland (Nov. 5), WXGM-AM-FM in Norfolk, Virginia (Nov. 4), and TalkRadio 850 WPTK in Raleigh, N.C. (Oct. 27). Her story has also appeared in The Thousand Oaks Acorn newspaper in California, and the article, A Valuable New Resource for Families Traveling an Alzheimer's Journey with a Loved One, is now live on Patch.com in Harris' hometown of Moorpark, Calif.
Harris cared for her mother during an 18-year battle with Alzheimer's. Her book's official launch event took place on Nov. 15 at Senior Concerns in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Learn more about the book at www.Adapt2Alz.com.
Congratulations to Jacquelyn Eubanks, author of the Young Adult Novel The Last Time. She is in Miami celebrating the book award she picked up at Miami Book Fair International the evening of Nov. 22.
Jacquelyn's novel won a bronze medal in the Sports Fiction category of the 2014 Reader's Favorite awards. In addition to the Bronze, she received a 5 Star Review from Readers Favorite as well.
The Last Time is the story of Charley Mason. Being a teenager is hard enough, but when her family relocates from Georgia to New York to take care of her ailing grandfather, Charley is forced to deal with issues she has never confronted before. At her new school, one of the most popular girls in the class is jealous of Charley and does everything she can to alienate her from her peers. But Angelica’s antics are the least of Charley’s worries. She must also deal with her feelings of separation from her best friend, Frankie, and fear over losing her grandfather. Fortunately, she has baseball to fall back on.
Learn more about the high school senior's books on her website, www.jacquelyneubanks.com.
The holidays are just around the corner and it is traditionally a very tough time of year for people who suffer from compulsive overeating and other food disorders. COR Retreat Program Director Michelle Goldberger was interviewed by a reporter from the Wayzata edition of the Minnesota Sun Sailor on Nov. 19. The story is scheduled to be published in the paper's Thanksgiving Day edition.
The story will center around what people suffering from a food addiction can do to make it through the holidays. The very positive results of a recent survey of COR Retreat alumni will also be part of the story.
Earlier this month, on Nov. 6, reporter Esme Murphy interviewed Goldberger on WCCO Radio.
COR Retreat is a food addiction recovery program offered monthly in Wayzata, Minn. The program has been available for three years now. Learn more at www.cormn.org.