Attention All Military Personnel: Dr. Jason Fredericks, a supporter of Beyond The Yellow Ribbon-Bloomington, is offering discounts to all military personnel. Click on the link below for more information.
Dr. Jason M. Fredericks, DC, BS, BA, CSCS, NSCA-CPT is the president of the Institute for Chiropractic Rehabilitation, P.A., Weight Management Systems and Absolute Power Exercise and Rehabilitation. He currently works as a consultant to both Fairview Riverside Hospital and Lao Family Community of Minnesota, Inc. in their rehabilitation programs and serves as an Honorary Commander to the United States Air Force Reserve 934th Airlift Wing (AFRC). Dr. Fredericks has a clinical emphasis in exercise rehabilitation to more permanently correct abnormal biomechanics and posture.
Dr. Fredericks was the host of the television program Health Matters on natural health care issues. Dr. Fredericks was elected president to the ACTS of St. Paul (Asian Communities Together in Service) board and is currently vice-president to the Hmong American Mutual Assistance Association (HAMAA) board. He served as Girl Scout Troop Leader to the Hmong Peace Dancers troop in St. Paul for several years and recently founded and served as Troop Leader to the Hmoob Neej Tshiab troop primarily comprised of Hmong girls from Mary’s Place (a transitional housing shelter in Minneapolis) with an emphasis on academic and English language tutoring.
Dr. Fredericks received several degrees from Northwestern Health Sciences University and from the University of Minnesota. He has also received postgraduate education through the American Academy of Clinical Applied Spinal Biomechanical Engineering, Chiropractic Biophysics, Pettibon Spinal Biomechanics, the International Academy of Chiropractic Occupational Health Consultants, and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Visit Dr. Frederick’s web site at: http://www.drfredericks.com/doctor/chiropractor/3L/bloomington-chiropractor/dr-jason-fredericks.htm
Thank you everyone who supported The Beyond The Yellow Ribbon-Bloomington by purchasing a Herberger’s Community Days Booklet for only $5.00. Over $500.00 was raised. One hundred (100%) of the proceeds goes to the work of Beyond The Yellow Ribbon Bloomington.
Welcome aboard MorphoTrust_USA, Bloomington, MN.
Vern Wilcox, Chairman, Tom Hulting and Linda Orcutt (Steering Committee) welcomed MorphoTrust USA as a corporate supporter of Beyond The Yellow Ribbon-Bloomington in November at an employee luncheon kickoff at their Bloomington Location. Vern Wilcox presents a corporate plaque to Military Service woman Cheryl Purkat accepting on behalf of MorphTrust.
Beyond The Yellow Ribbon-Bloomington featured on Republican Roundtable.
Beyond The Yellow Ribbon-Bloomington participated in the 3rd Annual Heritage Days in Bloomington on September 15, 2012.
Featured here are volunteers: Tom Hulting and Kari Rusch-Curl carrying the banner for Beyond The Yellow Ribbon-Bloomington booth in the Heritage Day’s Parade. Vern Wilcox helps set up the booth..
Cedar Valley Church & Beyond The Yellow Ribbon
Bloomington deliver donated sundries, pillows, towels, fishing poles, sleeping bag, and more to MACV – Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans, helping homeless veterans.
Beyond The Yellow-Ribbon-Bloomington is presented with a contribution of $13,000 from the William P. Jensen Foundation by VFW representatives Jim Swanson, Commander, and Tom Tweet, Adjutant.
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Beyond The Yellow Ribbon-Bloomington shipped Caribou Coffee donated by customers of the Stillwater Caribou Coffee to our troops in Kuwait. They were very appreciative and sent their thanks.
Amber M writes, “Vern, I received the donated coffee from Caribou today in Kuwait. I want to send a very heartfelt thank you for thinking about us while we’re serving overseas. The coffee was distributed amonst all the soldiers and there were some very big and appreciative smiles! It was a very nice surprise and we are very thankful for the donations. We are looking forward to meeting you and the rest of the BTYR-Bloomington team upon our return to thank you in person. Take care, Amber M.”
Our thanks to you. It was our honor and we so appreciate your service.