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Getting Paid To Talk, Making Money with your Voice
• PLEASE NOTE! • You must call for seminar location info and to register prior to this class. Due to the popularity of this workshop we recommend enrolling early. This workshop tends to sell out.For more info please email info@voicecoaches.com or call 866-887-2834 x 105Getting Paid to Talk, Making Money with your VoiceWhether you've been told you have a great voice, had compliments on your speaking style, or use effective communication in a current profession, this workshop will give you a behind-the-scenes look at how people make money every day with their voices. From audio books and training material, cartoons, documentaries, commercials and more, this workshop will introduce you to the growing field of voice-over. Today, opportunities for voice professionals have increased dramatically and unlike a decade ago, the range of voices cast for these opportunities continue to grow. Skilled voice professionals are more in demand than ever before.Join us to learn what the pros look for and how to avoid many common mistakes. We'll help you avoid web-based pitfalls and instead develop an action plan designed to build lasting success close to home! We’ll discuss industry pros and cons, answer questions, and play samples from working voice professionals. We'll also give you an opportunity to record a short script under the direction of your instructor.This seminar is fun, realistic, and a great first step for anyone interested in the voice over field.Get Paid To Talk covers:What a voice-over is…You may not know the half of it!What it is like on the job...We'll cite specific examples from work our team has produced for clients including Discovery, HGTV, and numerous others.Which voice types are most in demand…Sincerity wins the job.What a professional voice demo sounds like…You get one chance to make a first impression.Where to look for work opportunities…In your own community.How to avoid common mistakes…Simple ideas to increase your success.*Please note: We have arranged a special voice evaluation opportunity for early registrants of this workshop. Our host will provide details.

When: Apr 27, 2017 6:30PM to Apr 27, 2017 9pm in Charlton, MA

2017 Harrington HealthCare 5K Color Run/Walk

Our 2016 Color Run/Walk was a huge success. We raised more than $14,000 toward our new co-occuring disorders unit. Your enthusiasm, dedication, and energy brought us to new levels last year and we look forward to continuing that vivacity this year. Proceeds from our 2017 5K benefit Harrington Recovery Services.                                           NEW LOCATION - NEW LOCATION - NEW LOCATION                                                             Fay Mountain Farm, Charlton The event begins at 12 p.m. Walk-in registration will begin at 11 a.m. The family-friendly event is held rain or shine.  Our 5K will feature four color stations – Blue, Yellow, Purple, and Green  Sponsored by: SPONSORS Marathon Level Sprint Level Spiewak Consultants Dash Level Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center Registrants that COLLECT DONATIONS OF $50 OR MORE beyond their own registration(s) will be entered into a drawing for a family fun pack consisting of gift cards to local attractions and more valued at over $100. The event aligns with the Harrington Auxiliary 26th Annual Lucky Duck and Family Fun Day, happening from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m..  It includes family-friendly events, entertainment, and activities, Lucky Duck Day is best known for the “duck pluck”, in which participants who purchased one or a set of rubber ducks have a chance to win a $1,000 grand prize. Ducks will be available for purchase starting in March. Community members can buy their ducks at Volunteer Services in Southbridge.  Additional locations will be announced soon. This event is held rain or shine. The Course: Our 5K will take participants up Cemetary Rd in Charlton and through the orchards at Fay Mountain Farm.  A 1-mile route (approximately) will be available as well for those wishing to take a shorter route. Please wear supportive shoes, watch your footing as you run or walk, and be mindful if you have pets or children with you.  Due to the course terrain this year, we are not advising you walk or jog with strollers.  If you shoose to bring one, please be mindful some areas might be challenging to navigate. Parking Parking will be available in the surrounding area.  Shuttle service will be provided from designated locations.  Additional details will be available closer to the event. T-shirts T-shirts will be made available to each participant at early check-in and on the day off the event, while supplies last. Early Check-in Details regarding early check-in will be emailed to participants prior to the event.  How Do I Prepare for the Color? First, you don’t need to be a runner! This event is about fun, awareness, family and health. Walkers, have no fear! The event is not timed and the only expectation we have is for everyone to have fun. There are some things you should probably keep in mind, though: While the color powder DOES wash off, it tends to temporarily stain clothes and shoes (especially blue!). For this reason, we advise you to keep your ‘Sunday best’ at home. Certainly, wear white – it makes the experience so much better – but bring shorts, running pants, or T-shirts that you don’t need for a job interview on Monday morning. (If you signed up in time, you will get a T-shirt to wear that day! Protect your face. This isn’t mandatory, but we might advise you to wear cheap, oversized sunglasses, headbands, or some other form of protecting your eyes and mouth. The color will not intentionally be thrown above the shoulders, but it is powder and it tends to drift. There WILL be alternatives to going through the color stations. So if you are bringing children, have pets, strollers, or just don’t feel like becoming a human tie-dye, that’s OK, too. You will simply make your away around the color barriers along the route. Leave your iPod or iPhone in the car! Or, at the very least, protect your electronics by putting it in a zip lock bag. Otherwise, it will get ‘decorated’! Bring a towel or a change of clothes. When you’re ready to go home, you don’t want to re-upholster your car seats. We obtain our color from PurColor, Inc., based out of Colorado.  Their celebration powder is made up of cornstarch and FD&C colorants. You can view their MDS sheet here. Stay in the know by liking our Facebook page.

When: May 7, 2017 11am in Charlton, MA

20th Annual Best Ball Charity Golf Classic

Support our veterans and their families with a day of golf!Sign up to play, become a sponsor, or donate a raffle item.Space is limited sign up today;Contact: 508.791.1213 x1162Email: golf@veteransinc.orgOr visit our website www.veteransinc.org

When: May 10, 2017 9am to May 10, 2017 4pm in Charlton, MA

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Better Electric, Inc. is a local family owned discount Appliance & Mattress store based in Worcester, MA. Since 1948, Better Electric has been offering low prices and expert advice to help you choose your next mattress that is right for you.
About Charlton, MA
The Town of Charlton Massachusetts was founded in 1755 and is located in the south-central portion of Worcester County and is less than 50 miles away from Boston. Search CharltonMA.com to find local businesses, event listings, Charlton homes for sale and local town resources.

History of the town includes James Capen Adams also known as "Grizzly Adams" who was one of the last mountain men. Adams spent eight years in the Rocky Mountains. He became a friend and slayer of grizzly bears as well as having several hand to fang encounters with the bears. In 1860 Adams died with his boots on and was buried in the Old Burying Ground in Charlton.

History of the town also includes that of Dr. William Thomas Green Morton whose experiments with ether first made anesthesia possible during surgical operations. Visit the cemeteries for a closer look at both the head stones of Grizzly Adams and Dr. Morton as well as a peek into your own family roots!