2 KASA This Morning: Wednesday Nov. 6

November 6th, 2013 at 6:58 am by under 2 KASA This Morning

Question of the Day

  • How do you feel about stores opening up on Thanksgiving Day?

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On 2 Kasa This Morning

San Juan County Medical Foundation in Farmington needs your votes. They are the only New Mexico video entered in the Pink Glove Dance Video Contest.

KRQE News 13’s Larry Barker uncovered the sale of fake turquoise jewelry for real turquoise prices. Part of his investigation was speaking to a professional with a history in identifying real and fake turquoise. Joining us now is Joe Dan Lawry, a fourth generation turquoise dealer and lapidary. He’s also the curator to the Turquoise Museum and has written many books on the gemstone.

As we all get older there are a lot of things we try to do to keep from aging. Well did you know that some foods you eat can help with the process? Courtney Byrd, a certified nutrition coach and personal trainer, is here to tell us more.

The change in the weather is in full force and a lot of health care providers stress is the flu shot! Rayanna Fejeran a pharmacist from Walgreens on Rio Grande and central is here to talk with us about the flu shot.

If you’re looking for a little outdoor adventure this winter, why not try snowshoeing. It’s easy, fun and a fantastic workout. Here to tell us what we need to get going is Jerry Shere from New Mexico Sport Systems.

PB&J Family Services has been keeping children safe and nurturing families since 1972. Dean Ma’ayan, director of development and strategic initiatives for PB&J Family Services and member of PB&J, Jocelin Martinez, tell more about what they are all about!

The Carrie Tingley Hospital’s mission is to enhance the lives of their patients and of special needs children throughout New Mexico. This weekend you have the chance to help them out by going to a hair show presented by Mark Pardo Salon Spa.

A foam roller can offer many of the same benefits as a sports massage, without the big price tag. Janelle Tapia, master trainer at New Mexico Sports and Wellness, is here to explain how they work.

Community Calendar

Every Wednesday morning you can take part in “Stories in The Sky” at the Albuquerque Balloon Museum. You and your kids can enjoy stories songs, games and crafts.

The first session is from 9:30 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. The second one is from 11a.m. to 11:45a.m.

For more community events»

Happy Birthday!

We want to wish Constance Olivia Angeline a very happy birthday today. She is turning 1-year-old.

Photo by Brittany Wilkie submitted via KASA Club.

Photo by Brittany Wilkie submitted via KASA Club.

Deal of the Day

Rio Grande Body Works is offering plenty of relax packages like aromatherapy, hot compress, herbal foot scrubs and detox herb and clay packs.

For $27 you can get a 30-minute massage package for one and for $55 you can get a half-hour massage package for two.

For more information»

Job of the Day

The Southwest Environmental Center is looking for a part-time membership coordinator. In that position responsibilities include membership development, communications and fundraising among other things. For more information on how to apply»

Links

http://www.carrietingleyhospitalfoundation.org/events/do-hair-do-good-2/

http://www.pinkglovedance.com/videos/2013-video-contest/san-juan-medical-foundation-cathy-lincoln-memorial/

turquoisemuseum.com

http://pbjfamilyservices.org/about-us/

http://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/balloonmuseum/events/stories-in-the-sky-November-6/

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