Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

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Stroudsburg, PA Speakers

 Dr. Bryn Gillow (Life is Good Chiropractic)

Dr. Bryn Gillow has been serving the West End Community with her gentle and specific chiropractic expertise since 2001. She moved to the United States from Germany in order to become a Doctor of Chiropractic. After graduation from Sherman College of Chiropractic in June 2000 and a five year associate ship with Gorman Chiropractic, she purchased the office and re-named it to “Life is Good Chiropractic”.

Her involvement in the Community has been far reaching, and in recognition of that she even recived the “2009 West End Happenings Person of the Year” award.

As a chiropractor with experience, Dr. Gillow is passionate about helping people of all ages and all walks of life to experience a better functioning and healthier body.

She will always make you feel understood and cared for with her warm and personal touch and in a comfortable family atmosphere. website  

Aly Shik (Certified Holistic Health Coach, Reiki, Access BARS practitioner and Empowerment Business Coach)

I am a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Reiki and Access BARS practitioner and Empowerment business coach. I believe in a WHOLE-istic approach to wellness which includes whole foods, clean eating, and eliminating toxins from our daily lives when possible by UN-junking our home, body and spirit. Small positive changes create a big long-term effect.
I use and teach about  Essential Oils as a safe and effective alternative to support our body naturally so that it can heal itself.-Website 

Paul Wesley (Journalist, March Against Monsanto Philadelphia Host)

Paul Wesley of Philadelphia, PA has hosted multiple chemtrail and March Against Monsanto events. He has appeared on numerous radio and television programs discussing the importance of individual freedoms and healthy living. Paul is a independent journalist who has held multiple lectures on self empowerment and more!  He has confronted / exposed multiple pharmacists and pediatricians on camera, regarding what’s in vaccinations that effect our children.Website

Crystal Hunsicker  (Founder & Co-Director, Pennsylvania Medical Freedom Alliance)

I am the founder and co-director of the Pennsylvania Medical Freedom Alliance (PAMFA) .  I have worked diligently on a number of medical issues in PA such as Paul’s Law, Right to Try, and keeping our exemptions to vaccinations.  I am currently working very closely with a Senator to create Informed Consent legislation in PA.  I have a medical background and was working in the nursing field when my oldest daughter was injured by vaccines at the age of 5 years.  I have given up my dreams of pursuing a career as a nurse practitioner and instead have become an activist.  I am dedicated to keeping PA free from medical tyranny.  website

John Drury ( AKA Big John, The Dancing Trucker)

Big John Drury AKA The Dancing Trucker and founder of Big Johns Dance Fitness.
I am Big John The Dancing Trucker from Cincinnati Ohio. I lost 100 pounds Dancing and driving a truck back in 2011. Dancing and helping others is a true passion of mine and now a calling on my life. Big Johns Dance Fitness was created for everyone. The young and the old. The fit and the unfit. I was given a gift to inspire and motivate people to do more. My goal is to inspire millions of people all over the world to dream big and not wait until tomorrow. Do it now, just the way you are. You are good enough! website

Beth Raiola, MS, LBS, BCBA (Owner-Director of ABA Therapy Services, LLC)

Beth L. Raiola is Owner-Director of ABA Therapy Services, LLC in Pocono Summit, PA which is a specialized practice serving populations with behavioral and cognitive challenges.  Ms Raiola  holds a Masters in Clinical Counseling, is a licensed Behavior Specialist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.  She is a Consultative Supervisor and Trainer in evidence-based practices and Applied Behavior Analysis, and is working on her doctorate at the American College of Education. Ms Raiola authors articles on parenting and behavioral dynamics for the NEPA Family Times and an upcoming instructor in the graduate certification program on Autism, at Marywood University.  Feel free to email her directly at researchdir1@aol.com.  website  

Pennsylvania Senator Mike Folmer

Mike Folmer may be best known for the 87-year-old, landmark produce store that bore his family name in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. But it’s from a lifetime of living and working in the Lebanon community that he’s maintained a solid reputation as a civic leader and businessman.

Much of Mike’s early life was spent defying the odds. With the help of a next door neighbor, a gifted reading and speech teacher, Mike overcame a significant speech impediment – a defining victory in his young life.

As a college student at Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana, Mike paid tuition by selling produce door-to-door in a converted pick-up truck from his father’s business. It was the first of many successes as an entrepreneur. Mike received a degree in History from Grace College in 1978.

For more than 30 years, Mike’s passion for people has earned him the trust and loyalty of his customers, clients, and constituents.  As a financial consultant, sales manager, and public servant, honesty and professionalism have defined his life’s work.

Mike is a founding member of the Constitutional Organization of Liberty, a community-wide educational project designed to promote awareness of America’s founding principles.

In 1986, Mike pulled an upset victory to Lebanon City Council, campaigning as a conservative Democrat (he would later follow Ronald Reagan’s example by re-registering as a Republican). As the Council’s Director of Public Safety, Mike fought local labor unions on excessive contract demands and introduced a plan to trim hundreds of thousands of dollars from the cash-strapped community’s annual budget. Mike honored a term-limits pledge, retiring after just one term in office.

Two decades later, running on a “Promise to Pennsylvania,” a pledge to advance government and political reforms, tax and spending reforms, and legal and labor law reforms, Mike pulled another upset victory to win a seat in the Pennsylvania State Senate. He was re-elected to his current term in 2014.

To date Senator Folmer has had nearly two dozen bills signed into law, including Act 76 of 2007, which establishes rights for foster children and foster parents; Act 127 of 2008, which strengthens the child custody rights for military personnel deployed overseas; Act 121 of 2012, which promotes the electronic sharing of health records and other patient information; Act 22 of 2013, which eliminates annual reports filed with the Pennsylvania Insurance Department; Act 10 of 2014, which simplifies certification requirements for teaching JROTC; Act 67 of 2014 which simplifies the process for a “college” to become a “university”; Act 119 of 2014, which eliminates the requirement of a Senator’s signature on notary applications; Act 90 of 2015, which requires “Paid for with Pennsylvania taxpayer dollars” on Commonwealth advertisements, and; Act 15 of 2016, which requires Independent Fiscal Office analyses of state collective bargaining agreements.

Senator Folmer’s signature legislative accomplishment is Act 16 of 2016, which allows the use of medical cannabis in Pennsylvania for certain medical conditions.  He led a bipartisan educational effort to allow patients access to medical cannabis, another arrow in their quiver to fight their illness.

He currently serves as Chairman of the Senate State Government.  Other committee assignments include Education; Intergovernmental Operations; Labor and Industry; Communications and Technology and Rules and Executive Nominations.

Mike and his wife, Shelia, reside in Lebanon City and have two grown children and seven grandchildren. website

 

Marta Smiertelny (AromaTouch Therapist, Mother and Advocate)

My name is Marta Smiertelny. I’m a wife and mother of three great children: sixteen years old Julia, thirteen years old Daniel and three years old Emil. Natural lifestyles and natural therapies have been my passion for many years. I am a certified Health Coach and certified AromaTouch Technique Therapist. I am working on my Bachelors Degree in Nutrition and always looking for natural solutions to help my family and others. My son Daniel was vaccine injured when he was about 3 weeks old and our life changed forever. website

 

Kathleen Dickson (Former Pfizer Analytical Chemist) website 

 

Brianna Williams (Host, Pocono Doula, Mother and Informed Consent Advocate)

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Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

Children’s March For Humanity

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Corner of N6th & Monroe Streets

Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, 18360 United States

 

Details

Join us for the first annual children’s march for humanity Stroudsburg!

This event is all ages and 100% free, including activities.

Bring a blanket to sit on, a sign to march and have fun while listening to our amazing speakers. 

This is a great day out!

We will have a food truck available for purchases, children’s yoga with Alyssa Balance, dance instruction by Big John (The Dancing Trucker), face painting, sensory bins, bubbles, seed planting, mini martial arts classes, vendor tables and more. 

*Food and vendor items may be purchased, admission and all activities are completely free of charge.
 
Our Schedule:
10 AM Arrival Time (Background Music)
10:10 Intro Brianna Williams, Pocono Doula
10:15 Paul Wesley
10:25 March Along Main St.
10:35 John Drury
10:45 Big John Dance Class
10:55 Children’s yoga w/ Alyssa
11:05 Dr. Bryn Gillow
11:15 Crystal Hunsicker 
11:25 Senator Mike Folmer
11:35 Big John Dance Class
11:45 Children’s Yoga w/ Alyssa
12:00 Music by Renard Cohen & Brian Van Korn
12:30 Beth Raiola
12:40 Aly Shik
12:50 Big John Dance Class
1;00 Meet our vendors/parent’s corner
1:10 Submitted parent testimonies
1:20 Marta Smiertelny
1:30 Kathleen Dickson
1:40-2:00 Raffles
1:50 Brianna Williams Closing
2:00 See You Next Year!
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