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Thank You from the Hearts of the Hanney’s & the Pups

In this season of joy and hopefully peace we want to give our heartfelt thanks for supporting our drive for the Alzheimer’s Association.

We set a goal of $7500 and raised – with your help – $15,050 – WOW.

Every dollar gets us closer to a cure and closer to a survivor – God willing – in our lifetime. How great does it feel to help save a life!!!

Happy holidays and many blessings to you and yours!

-John and Iris Hanney & the Pups

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Alzheimer’s Research Fundraiser: Paula Rugoff’s Birthday Update

To honor Paula Rugoff & her Alzheimer’s fight please take a moment-click on the link-help to save a life today, on her birthday, and make her smile in heaven!

Please give what you can-we are edging up to $10,000 raised – keep an eye out for our snail mailing going out this week as we try to get to $15,000.

Donate Today

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Alzheimer’s Association: Together We Can Help Save a Life

John and Iris Hanney Need Your Help to End Alzheimer’s!  We Are Honoring Paula Rugoff – Mom – & All those Struggling to Survive this Dreaded Disease & All Those Who Have Valiantly Lost Their Fight!

Donate Today

If you are suffering – you are not alone – we are here to help – but please, become part of our team, make-a-donation – give some love to Mom – hope you are dancing with Dad in heaven and being your old self!!!

Mom and her baby Sammi!!!

Mom and her baby Sammi!!!

Our company, UNLIMITED PRIORITIES, is committed to eliminating Alzheimer’s disease and will match the first $2500 raised and The Hanney’s will match the next $1800 raised!!!! Stand with us today to achieve our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s tomorrow!!!!

We are off to a great start with our first fundraiser on July 14, 1-5 pm!!!

Join us at Overtime Pizzeria & Sports Pub for great food, happy hour, and entertainment while we do raffles, giveaways, and massages while helping the Alzheimer’s Association!  If you cannot make it, click on the link above and make-a-donation!!!   Overtime Pizzeria & Sports Pub, 1708 Cape Coral Pkwy W #1, Cape Coral, FL 33914, (239) 541-3367

Every dollar you donate benefits those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. From face-to-face support and online education programs to promising research initiatives, your donation makes a difference!!

The Alzheimer’s Association is the largest nonprofit voluntary health organization dedicated to accelerating the progress in prevention, cure and living with Alzheimer’s disease.

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Happy Holidays from Unlimited Priorities

At the holiday season, our thoughts turn to those who have made our progress possible.

It is in this spirit we would like to say…

Thank you and best wishes
for the holidays and the coming new year!

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Helping Maria’s Victims in Puerto Rico

We are grateful we survived Hurricane Irma and now it is time to give back. We hope more people will join us in supporting Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez’s organization, Somos Una Voz / We Are One Voice, in helping to get food and medicine to those in need.

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How to Help Harvey’s Victims

Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of the Texas Gulf coast whose lives are being upended by the effects of his storm. Hurricane Harvey’s effects on the Texas coast are likely to be long-lasting.

Those of us watching from afar may feel helpless, but there are ways to help the victims of this massive storm.

Donate money

The best way to help Texans affected by disasters is to donate money to charitable agencies that are experienced in disaster relief, officials say.

Organizations such as the American Red Cross and Salvation Army are trained to respond to disasters such as Harvey, which is pounding the Texas Gulf Coast.

“Right now the best thing people can do is donate money,” said Katrina Farmer, director of American Red Cross offices in San Angelo, Abilene and Wichita Falls, Texas cities far from the coastline. “This is going to be an expensive disaster.”

  • American Red Cross. To donate visit redcross.org, call 1- 800-RED CROSS or text the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
  • The Salvation Army: To donate visit givesalvationarmy.org or call 1-800-725-2769.

Donate blood

Blood centers anticipate a shortage and are putting out urgent pleas for donations. The closure of blood banks and collection centers along the coast paired with likely injuries from the storm will stress existing supplies.

People wishing to donate blood should contact their local community’s Red Cross or check for blood banks in their area.

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Peter Stevens Retires from Unlimited Priorities

Unlimited Priorities LLC announces that Peter Stevens, a valued member of our Client Services Team, is retiring effective January 1, 2017.

Peter Stevens

Peter Stevens

Peter has been involved in every facet of Unlimited Priorities’ success over the past nine years. Peter has had a long and distinguished career in sales, marketing and management with a number of companies within the information industry, including UMI, IAC, ISI, RR Bowker, JA Micropublishing, Newsbank, Ethnic Newswatch, Techbooks (Aptara), and Pacific Data Conversion Corp. As Unlimited Priorities is the exclusive sales and marketing representative for Accessible Archives, Peter will be missed by Accessible Archives’ customers and staff.

Unlimited Priorities congratulates Peter on his retirement and thanks him for his many years of dedicated service. We wish him all the best in his well-earned rest. Peter and his wife, Louise, will now have the opportunity for more travel, catch-up on those reading lists, expand his volunteer work at Bryn Athyn Cathedral, and thoroughly enjoy their children and grandchildren.

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We Stand with Orlando

The 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting was a domestic U.S. terrorist attack that occurred on June 12, 2016, at Pulse, a gay bar and nightclub in Orlando, Florida.

The attack was one of the deadliest mass shootings in United States history, the deadliest incident of violence against LGBT people in United States history, and the deadliest attack on civilians in the U.S. since September 11, 2001.

Our sympathies and support go out to the LGBT community in Orlando and around the world.

We Stand with Orlando

 

 

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Unlimited Priorities Coordinates Accessible Archives Partnership with University of Delaware

New Agreement Will Enhance Research
for Colored Conventions Project

Malvern, PA (May 24, 2016) – Unlimited Priorities LLC has finalized an agreement between Accessible Archives and the University of Delaware’s (UD) Colored Conventions Project (CCP) that will allow the innovative use of Accessible Archives’ databases.  These include African American Newspapers: The 19th Century, The Liberator and National Anti-Slavery Standard. Accessible Archives’ extension of its standard academic use license will expose those important materials, and additional collections, to the many visitors to the CCP website.  Unlimited Priorities LLC is the exclusive sales and marketing representative for Accessible Archives.

The CCP is a digital collection and teaching website used by students, community scholars and professors across the globe.  This agreement allows CCP, along with the project’s national teaching partners and the thousands of students who engage in original research through CCP’s curriculum, to present images from Accessible Archives’ databases on its ColoredConventions.org website.

Frank Leslies Weekly -- May 4, 1872

Frank Leslies Weekly — May 4, 1872

“The CCP, which brings 19th-century Black organizing to digital life, is pleased to partner with Accessible Archives and to celebrate the company’s long history of productive partnerships with UD”, said P. Gabrielle Foreman, the project’s faculty director and Ned B. Allen Professor of English and professor of history and Black American studies at UD. “The historic Colored Conventions were symbiotically connected with many of the 19th-century African American newspapers offered by Accessible Archives, so this agreement will be a great boon for Colored Conventions’ many users.”

Ann Ardis, UD’s senior vice provost for graduate and professional education and director of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center, which provided CCP with its first funding, also praised the agreement. “We are thrilled that Accessible Archives will play such a pivotal role in our public humanities outreach to share this rich chapter of African American history,” Ardis said. “With the help of Accessible Archives, the Colored Conventions Project will add greatly to contemporary understandings of the long history of African American struggles for racial justice.”

Iris L. Hanney, Unlimited Priorities president, responded: “Unlimited Priorities specializes in creating partnerships that provide researchers with better access to relevant content.  As the goals of Accessible Archives and University of Delaware were totally in synch, this agreement will benefit the entire information community.”

About Unlimited Priorities LLC

Unlimited Priorities LLC utilizes its highly skilled group of professionals to provide a variety of support services to small and medium-sized companies in the information industry.  The Archival Initiatives Division (AID) offers practical consultative services to libraries, historical societies and associations.  AID provides advice and assistance in archival content selection, rights ownership, project management, workflow analysis, production, distribution of converted content and interaction with commercial entities.  We recognize that each location or organization is unique, requiring customized and locally-based solutions.  By coordinating a library’s project requirements with commercial firms’ interests, Unlimited Priorities creates an atmosphere of mutual cooperation while organizing a successful process at a reasonable cost.

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Happy Holidays from Unlimited Priorities

Because the goodwill of those we serve is the foundation of our success,
there is no time more fitting than now to say Thank You!

Merry Christmas

We wish you a happy holiday season, a merry Christmas, and a new year full of health, happiness and prosperity.

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