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March Newsletter

Highlights: Night of Illusions Fundraiser and recent news from our MIST program!
April 18, 2020! Save the Date!
Our night of family friendly magic & illusions for all ages is back at the Stafford Township Arts Center! Buy tickets now!  
Meet our other two performers below!
Anthony Salazar - He performs his carefully blended combination of comedy, illusions, and award-winning sleight-of hand for thousands. He also works as a magic consultant for commercials and television shows. Anthony has the ability to connect with crowds from millennials to baby boomers. His onstage personality is a combination of a slight edge and likability that wins over the hearts of audiences everywhere!
Doc Swan - His act includes juggling, fire-eating, chapaugraphy, escaping from handcuffs, audience participation, demonstrating his powers of esp, escaping from a strait jacket, barefoot walk on broken glass bottles, musical saw playing, origami, hand shadows, lariat spinning, and more! New material added constantly!
MIST Program News!
Mrs. Rose
5th Grade Teacher
Collins Elementary School
Barnegat, NJ

My students enjoy practicing Mind Yeti in our classroom. They have a chance in their busy school day to relax, be mindful and connect to their inner thoughts.  The topics and suggestions help my fifth graders to explore new ways to deal with situations and to find coping skills in the challenges they may face.  They also love the pose we sit in to get ready for Mind Yeti!

Mrs. Bartlow
K Teacher
Dunfee School
Barnegat, NJ

Mind Yeti is a great program to help calm the students and focus on positive energy. The students enjoy the gratitude lessons. Following the Mind Yetti session the students and I list things we are grateful for and talk about how being mindful and grateful improves our happiness.

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The Maximilian Foundation supports programs that prevent self-destructive behaviors created by adolescent insecurities; strengthening the education of our young people by nourishing character, building confidence, and growing the life skills needed to sustain better choices.
Would you like to donate?
Your donation will directly benefit over 3200 young people in Southern Ocean County each year through the programs we support: MIST,  Project  Aware, and STYLE. Would you consider a reoccurring monthly donation of $5? Any amount is helpful. Thanks in advance for your contribution! We are a 501 (c) (3) and our federal ID number (EIN) is 47-2427944.
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