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Many many thanks for all your generosity!

Many many thanks for all your generosity – we raised a grand total of $8,940 all electronically in these crazy times we live in!  This is absolutely fantastic!!!

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts

– John and Iris Hanney & the Pups!!!!

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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 $1000 raised and The Hanney’s will match the next $1000 raised!!!! Stand with us today to achieve our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s tomorrow!!!!

This is only going to be active about 10 days!

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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What Info Pros Are Grateful For: Iris Hanney

via What Info Pros Are Grateful For by Brandi Scardilli

Brandi Scardilli: Because 2020 has been all kinds of awful, I want to celebrate whatever silver linings we can find. Here are some thoughts from 15 info pros, who share what they’re grateful for in their professional lives, new technologies they’ve adopted, and anything else that comes to mind. I hope their positivity can lift you up and help you reflect on the good things you’ve experienced this year.


Iris L. Hanney, president of Unlimited Priorities, LLC, spoke with Brandi Scardilli about what she was grateful for in this crazy year.

What in your professional life are you most grateful for this year?
Unlimited Priorities is a small company that serves small to midsize companies in the information industry and supports activities of the academic research libraries. I am very grateful that we have managed to stay afloat, maintain most of our team, work with companies worldwide, understand worldwide challenges because of COVID, and remain viable for doing business, forming partnerships, and surviving this insanity. I am especially grateful to all of our customers for their ongoing trust, and we are committed to never disappointing a client ever—even through this wild ride.

What new tech have you learned and/or enjoyed this year as part of your job?
I bit the bullet after 5 years and bought a new laptop. While I was petrified of learning a new operating system—old dogs, new tricks—I am now thrilled that I did it. The efficiency of the new software and the speed of the new computer are amazing. Yes, old dogs can learn new tricks!

Are there any other positive things about your work life this year that you’d like to share?
Many of this year’s challenges, we are hoping, will support growth going into next year. There are new products being built, new ways to market being created, a new respect for co-workers who are hanging on. Resilience is a fabulous trait—I have witnessed it in many and hopefully in myself.

Visit What Info Pros Are Grateful For to discover what is making the other 14 people grateful.

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The Unlimited Priorities Team: We are Here

In a time of so much uncertainty, we recognize that you have many things on your mind. It is human nature to look for a sense of reassurance as well as support — Unlimited Priorities can provide the support services you need by utilizing our highly skilled group of professionals with their wealth of knowledge and expertise to help you solve problems and achieve your goals. We recognize that your business, library, or organization is unique, requiring customized and locally-based solutions.

Adjusting to working from home, isolated from colleagues is an all-new experience for many. Unlimited Priorities has worked from our home offices for decades – if we can be of help – a phone call – someone to vent to – someone to ask advice from – anything we can do – we are here.

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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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Happy Holidays from the Hanney’s and The Pups!

Happy Holidays from the Hanney’s and The Pups!

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Alzheimer’s Association Fundraiser Update

Progress as of August 11, 2018

Progress as of August 11, 2018

Unlimited Priorities is so grateful to all of you who are participating with us in raising funds for the Alzheimer’s Association this year!

Thank you for you for your help!

Thank you for you for your help!

We wanted to give you an update: Our initial fundraiser went so well that we have increased all of our goals and we are now hoping to raise at least $12,500.

If you haven’t donated yet it isn’t too late – and if you have – you are helping to save a life!!!

Please know that we are really close to finding a cure. There are new announcements every day and every single dollar helps get us closer to that goal.

Please Please – take a minute to make a donation – honor a loved one who has, or is, or will be fighting this dreadful disease!

Donate Today

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Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Hits Major Milestone

This week, country music legend Dolly Parton celebrated a big milestone: 100 million books. That’s right, books. Parton’s nonprofit, Imagination Library, mails free books to children from birth to age 5 across the country, and this week, she celebrated the program’s remarkable growth in a special ceremony at the Library of Congress.

Librarian of Congress, Carla Hayden and Dolly Parton

Librarian of Congress, Carla Hayden and Dolly Parton


In 1995, Dolly Parton launched an exciting new effort, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, to benefit the children of her home county in East Tennessee, USA. Dolly’s vision was to foster a love of reading among her county’s preschool children and their families. The new program gave each child a specially selected book each month. By mailing high quality, age-appropriate books directly to their homes, Dolly wanted children to be excited about books and to feel the magic that books can create. Moreover, she could ensure that every child would have books, regardless of their family’s income. Continue Reading →

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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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