Camp Warner Bros. Week 1

Welcome to week one campers!!!  This week is Super Hero Week! We will be celebrating the release of LEGO DC: Shazam Magic and Monsters providing virtual Super Hero Training to bring out the passion, patience, listening skills and fun in all of our Super Hero campers. In this video, Batman will show you what it takes to be a Super Hero!  He will offer training tips with fun games for our campers including, "Batman Says," "Super Hero Freeze," "Memory Challenges" and more! We had a ton of fun this week tye dying shirts and getting ready for camp!  We want to see all your fun, tag your social media posts with #campwarnerbros so we can see all your fun!  

 Do you think you have what it takes?  We know you do!  

Week 1 - LEGO® DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters

10-year-old Billy Batson shouts a single word and, with lightning bolts flashing, he transforms into Shazam!, a full-fledged adult Super Hero. It doesn’t take long for Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman and the rest of the Justice League to take notice and invite the earnest do-gooder to join the team. But to become a member, Billy must reveal his true identity. While fighting off the evil Mr. Mind and Black Adam, Billy learns that he must trust others – and that nothing creates trust like helping those in need. Join the good fight with this giant-sized LEGO DC adventure!

LEGO® DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters is now available to own on Digital, Blu-ray & DVD

Free CPR Course

While some of us our locked down in our homes during this pandemic, now is a great time to learn or brush up on your CPR skills.  If your kids are home from school this is a great course for them to go through!  We highly encourage you and your family to learn the basics.  Please share and visit the site above for more information. 

Radical self love needs to start earlier! Teach girls as young as 8 to love their bodies!

A recent study showed that girls as young as five years old are experiencing the negative impacts of body shame. This book is targeted at girls aged 8+, as well as parents, teachers, and health professionals with the aim of preventing negative body image and related issues in girls and women by teaching them to see their bodies as incredible instruments rather than as objects. It is the first children’s book that depicts “imperfections” in its illustrations – showing stretch marks and cellulite- erasing the shame associated with them.

Love Your Body by Jessica Sanders, Illustrated by Carol Rossetti │ $17.99 US │ $22.99 CAN │ 40 Pages │ Hardcover 9780711252424 │Frances Lincoln Children's Books, an imprint of The Quarto Group │ March 3, 2020 │ Ages 8-12 

New Study: Nevada No. 36 Oldest State in America

A new study found Nevada has the No. 36 highest percentage of residents who are 65 and older, accounting for 15.7% of the state’s population.

By 2030, it’s estimated that at least 1 in 5 Americans will be age 65 or older, and the gradual aging of the U.S. population will have widespread implications, from healthcare to the workforce. today released its study, The Oldest States in America, which analyzed the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on population by age group, median age and aging projections in each state.

Here are key findings in Nevada:

·         No. 36 in population 65 and older, 15.7%.
·         No. 16 in population 85 and older, 1.5%.
·         No. 9 in increase of 65+ population between 2010 and 2018, +29.8%.
·         No. 39 in projected increase of 65+ population between 2018 and 2030, +18.6%.

Here are key national findings:

·         The 10 states with the biggest 65+ populations are Maine, Florida, West Virginia, Vermont, Montana, Delaware, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and South Carolina.
·         The 10 states with the lowest 65+ populations are Utah, Alaska, Washington, D.C., Texas, Georgia, Colorado, California, North Dakota, Washington and Louisiana.
·         93,000 people in the U.S. are over 100 years old.
·         The median age of Americans is 38.


What an awesome holiday gift for the sports fan in your life!  The Arizona Diamondbacks will offer a special D-backs Holiday Pass for only $99 that includes tickets to Opening Day and all 31 home games in March, April and May, including series matchups against the Giants, Cubs, Astros and Nationals. For more information, visit

Just in time for the holidays, the Holiday Pass will go on sale for a limited time beginning Black Friday, November 29 through Cyber Monday, December 2. This unique opportunity is the first time fans will be able to purchase a D-backs Pass that includes Opening Day and exciting 2020 matchups before single-game tickets go on sale next year.

The Holiday Pass is mobile-only through the MLB Ballpark app and non-transferrable. Seating is guaranteed in the Baseline View sections (305-309 & 323-327) for all home games at Chase Field in March through May with options to upgrade each game. A Sit with Friends feature will allow Pass holders the flexibility to be seated next to friends who have the Pass. Fans can purchase up to four Holiday Passes per account and quantities are limited.

In addition, the Chase Field Team Shop be open on Black Friday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. with special deals, including:

  • Spend $100 and receive a Baxter scratch off ticket for a free prize
  • Receive a free shaker bottle with koozie with any purchase
  • Buy one get one for $10 on ‘47 Brand headwear
  • Select youth apparel are two for $30
  • 50-percent off select 2019 styles
  • Fit seven select items in a stocking for $40
  • Wear D-backs gear to the store and receive a raffle ticket to win a prize

Smart Winter Fueling Tips
It’s barely past Halloween, and already areas from Colorado to North Dakota have experienced significant snow storms. Don’t get caught unprepared. Before the Thanksgiving feast is even planned, get ready for unpredictable winter weather that may strike your area.   
Experts at Scepter, manufacturers of industry-leading rugged fuel containers, recommend taking time right now to stock up on fresh supplies of gasoline, kerosene and diesel for your winter emergency needs. “We always hear from people after the first storm of the season who wish they had secured fuel reserves when the weather was cooperating,” says Daniel Marshall, vice president of marketing and business development with Scepter. “Having extra fuel on hand for snow blowers, generators and heaters is so critical before the really bad weather sets in.”

Smart Fueling Tips
Marshall recommends homeowners properly dispose of old fuel kept in containers more than six months. Then get new (winter) fuel in clean, durable containers, like the ScepterTM SmartControlTM kerosene, gas and diesel cans. 
Scepter - Pic - Smartcontrol - All cans together.jpgSmartControl containers feature an innovative spout design that makes it easy to fuel equipment, even in the coldest of weather conditions. The spout provides a clean, fast, and hassle-free pour and helps save fuel for where it’s needed by eliminating messy spills. The user-controlled flow valve, with its flame mitigation device (FMD), makes it easier and safer to direct the amount of fuel being dispensed. And, because the container stores with the spout on, hands always stay clean. “There are different types of fuel that work best with the summer and winter seasons,” says Marshall. “Having new, proper seasonal fuel available for the winter is a smart move.”
Another smart move is to test out products that have not been used since last winter before you need them. Refuel and test fuel-operated snow removal equipment, back-up generators, lamps and other products to assure they will operate properly when they’re truly needed during a winter storm.

Safety First
For people using diesel-powered generators during the winter months, basic safety precautions should be taken. A generator safety checklist generally includes items such as remembering to only refuel a generator when the appliance is cold, never place flammable materials near a generator, and avoid closed spaces when operating a generator. 
_MG_2872 (853x1280).jpgHomeowners depending on kerosene fuel for heating should also take safety precautions. Farm Bureau Insurance offers kerosene heater safety tips, including using the correct grade of kerosene fuel for heaters and never refueling heaters indoors. “Because different fuels are used especially during the winter months, it’s important to remember that each type of fuel --- gasoline, kerosene and diesel --- should have its own specific fuel container,” says Marshall. “For example, kerosene should never be stored in a container previously used to store other liquids. “Our industry has a universal color identification system for fuels. Red containers are for gasoline, yellow for diesel and blue for kerosene. People should specifically stay with the appropriate colored-container for each fuel and never mix them together.”  No matter what type of fuel is being used, it should be stored in secure, dry locations away from heat sources, pets and easy access to children. And, the FMD should never be removed from the fuel container. A video showcasing proper filling and use of Scepter fuel containers is available on the company’s website. The rugged SmartControl containers are Made in America and designed to substantially exceed ASTM and CPSC minimum standards. Each product includes child safety locks and a flame mitigation device for added protection. 

Recognized by This Old House magazine as a “Top 20 Best New Product of 2019” in the Lawn & Garden category, SmartControl containers are also the recipient of the “Best in Class” Award at the 2018 National Hardware Show. Constructed in the U.S.A. of durable and safe high-density polyethylene, SmartControl containers can be found throughout the U.S. in The Home Depot®, Walmart®, Lowe’s®, AutoZone®, Pep Boys and Northern® Tool + Equipment stores. Visit for more information.

Get Your Screening Done!

Last year my Dr. wanted me to get a routine mammogram since I'm over 40 😣 She also ordered a Chest CT Scan. I had planned to not get the mammogram, my thinking was that I was to young still & heard horror stories about how painful they are. I went ahead & got the CT scan. A lump in my breast showed up, so I went ahead with the mammogram with an ultrasound. did not hurt at all!! Those tests came back abnormal & they next wanted to do a biopsy. We were scared. Cancer is all we had in our minds. I had my biopsy done at the hospital. I'll be honest, that was no fun.  We got the results - no cancer!  Ladies, don't put it off, get your routine screenings!

Sunrise Health System hospitals are offering $75 3-D digital screening mammograms for those without insurance.  You must be at least 40 which is the recommend age to have a screening done.

I had mine done at Red Rock Radiology and they were so awesome! They made me feel so comfortable and the process was so quick and easy.  Did not hurt at all like all the horror stories I have read! You can schedule your mammogram with them by calling 855-476-1268.