Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Put on your favorite Halloween costume and break out your dancing shoes, it is Zumba Halloween style! There will be a special Halloween Zumba party at Super Impact fitness studio on Friday, October 26th, located at 650 Montgomery in Jersey City.
This event starts from 8pm and ends at 10pm. A two hour fun-filled cardio dance fitness session. Everyone is welcome to come and get your zumba on. You will dance to great music while you follow zumba instructors to some awesome calorie burning dance moves that will surely make you feel good. Admission is $20 dollars with a free bottle of water
This event is led by zumba certified instructor, Jesaida Fuentes aka B-girl "J La-rok" with guest zumba certified instructor, Kathleen Taboada aka "KatlogiK". You will be treated to a special performance called the "The Essence of Peace" performed by Jesaida Fuentes.
You can pre-register online with the link below to confirm your spot.
"Reserve your Spot"
For more information please contact; 201-892-5216
See you there!
The Lesser of Two Evils - Who do you trust?
America is in deep shambles and our leaders have no clue what to do about it. As we face the fact that New Jersey's unemployment rate is at 9.9 percent, its highest level in three decades. Not to mention the ever increasing national deficit as well as the increasing number of people on welfare. As more Americans are becoming increasingly dependent on our government, more laws and policies are being passed that chip away at our abilities to make decisions for ourselves. Who can we trust to get us back on track?
As the election draws closer, many viewers tuned into the first debate between Republican nominee, Mitt Romney and the incumbent, President Barack Obama. The general consensus was that Romney took the debate and as recent polls show, he made some ground in gaining more support.
But if you examine closely, is there really much difference between these two candidates? If you pay attention to their voting records. Romney, like Obama, voted yes for the bail out, the war extension, the NDAA, the Patriot Act, and both are being funded by Goldman Sachs.
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