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The Kids Thank You!

January 18, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

CharityLetter2015After our generous donation from the 2015 Mayor’s Tournament, we received the attached letter thanking us for our help in helping to cure children with cancer.

Once again, I can’t thank everyone enough for the generosity and time in making the Tournament the success it has become.

 

The Mayor

 

Mayor’s Tourney Writes Another Big Check

January 18, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Charity checks come in big packages

Charity checks come in big packages

Once again, The Mayor’s Tournament delivers.

The 2015 Mayor’s Tournament was a joyous event enjoyed by all that participated. It was the first time we had a shotgun, and by all accounts that was a major improvement. We all got to the nineteenth hole at the same time and filled the room with laughs and mockery of each others’ golf games. Yet again, the $5K putt was missed, but still a good time was had by all.

As fun as the day was, nothing feels better than to be able to present our charity of choice, Aflac Cancer & Blood Disorders Center with the proceeds of the tournament. This year we were able to give out a big check for a  total of $1,950!

I do want to thank you all for your generosity and participation to make the event a success.

You have inspired me to make the 2016 tournament bigger and better than the ones that have come before. I’m actively working on getting more sponsors for the event. If you know of a business that would like to be part of our charity tournament, don’t hesitate to pass on my information.

Once again, thanks to all of you for making this a success.

The Mayor

The Check Gets Big For The Mayor’s Tournament

February 16, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Charity Golf Tournament Atlanta, GA

Once again, The Mayor’s Tournament delivers.

By all accounts the 2014 Mayor’s Tournament was the biggest and best yet. From the on the course fun, to the the nineteenth hole cheap beers, to the annual miss of the $5K putt, a good time was had by all.

However, nothing feels better than to be able to present our charity of choice, Aflac Cancer & Blood Disorders Center with the proceeds of the tournament. This year we were able to give out a big check for a  total of $2,100! Look at that thing, I’m glad I don’t have to walk in the bank to cash it!

I do want to thank you all for your generosity and participation to make the event a success.

You have inspired me to make the 2015 tournament bigger and better than the ones that have come before. I’m already actively working on getting more sponsors for the event. If you know of a business that would like to be part of our charity tournament, don’t hesitate to pass on my information.

Once again, thanks to all of you for making this a success.

The Mayor

2014 Invitation for 13th Annual Mayor’s Tournament

March 16, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Mayor's Tournament Invitation - 2014The 2014 Mayor’s Tournament selection committee is proud to announce that we have secured, yet again, the services of Cobblestone Golf Course for this year’s tournament. The groundskeepers are already at work getting the course ready for the championship caliber play this tournament brings.

The tournament will commence on June 14th beginning at 9:00 am. The cost is a pittance, at a mere $80, which includes golf, cart, practice balls, lunch and a chance at some fabulous prizes. Plus, you get a great swag bag just for coming.

RSVP by  June 1st.

Payment is easy, cold hard cash or paypal (you don’t need an account to pay). Dollars are already starting to trickle in. We’ve said if before so we’ll say it again…if you’re financially strapped, there’s no better way to pay than via paypal and your credit card. Why pay now for something you can write off in bankruptcy later?

Don’t forget, if you’d like to sponsor a hole it is only an additional $100. There’s no better way to get your business’ name in front of the heavy spenders that The Mayor’s Tournament attracts. Some attendees are known to hold down jobs for more than a year.

If you’d like to donate cash, gifts or prizes please contact Mayor Joe. Email him at mantineoj@bellsouth.net or talk to him live at 770.419.0008770.419.0008. Remember, all proceeds go to charity.

From all of us at TMT HQ, we’re looking forward to seeing you out there.

MaryJane Legal Now?

March 14, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Wow I’ve been out of touch for over a year, just got into population and they tell me Pot is legal in two states. So for the past couple of weeks I have been watching some stocks. Again I can’t believe this, Lets look at VAPE. This stock is going to be big, buy at 28.30 and hold on to. They are in process of making something called a E Cigarettes for pot. They also make vapor machines and stuff like that. Next FSPM, this Denver company running at 7.41 is adding 10000 additional square feet to cultivate marijuana another good buy, and sell at years end. The last one for now is AVTC going for a mere 4.15 per share. You could be the proud owners of a vending machine company that will sell Cannabis at local areas in Co. and Wa. Can this be true. I don’t want to be locked down anymore!

Ah! It’s Spring Time Again…..

March 7, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

It’s finally March. A time when the weather begins to warm-up and we as a population begin to spend much more time outdoors involved in our favorite activities. So let’s get outside, shake off the rust, and build towards optimal health and well being with Venti Chiropractic & Sports Health. Enjoy Reading…

Twice The Workout, Half The Time

Whether you’re an exercise veteran, new to the game or somewhere in between, you’ve probably already learned one of the most important lessons: You have to make time to work out. Chances are your daily schedule isn’t going to open wide anytime soon and give you hour after hour of unfilled time slots to hit the gym.

Everyone’s busier than ever, which means creative ways to stay fit – without going into fits – are becoming increasingly desirable.

Resistance training and cardiovascular exercise are two vital components of a successful, healthy fitness routine. Why not combine the two and get more done – in less time? Here are a few suggestions on how to get a fat-burning, heart-strengthening, aerobic and muscle toning workout in 20 minutes or less:

Push and Punch: One of the best ways to combine strength training and cardiovascular exercise in one fell swoop is the simplest one. Alternate 30-second bursts of push-ups (as many as you can in 30 seconds), followed immediately by 30 seconds of air punches (elbows tight to sides, punch left arm, then right, out in front of your chest). A nice progression to add to the difficulty (and aerobic effect) is to jog in place as fast as you can while punching. Do a few sets of this combination and your body will respond, big time.

Is for Super Sets: Looking to save time and combine exercises? Sounds as if super setting is ideal for you. Pick 3-4 of your favorite exercises; let’s go with biceps curls, bench dips, wall squats and planks. You’re probably used to doing a few sets of curls, and then a few sets of dips, etc. Not this time! Instead, do 2-3 sets of the entire progression, pausing only to change equipment / position as necessary. We’re talking 15 reps of curls followed immediately by 15 bench dips, then 15 squats and a 30-second plank. Trust us, you’ll be sweating in no time – and taking your workout to the next level in the process.
Power of the Burpee: The “burpee” is one of the best multi-muscle exercises out there, and once we explain how to perform it, you’ll realize how good it is at combining resistance and cardiovascular exercise. There are several variations, but here’s a common one: 1) In a standing position, feet shoulder-width apart, drop down quickly into a push-up position, kicking your feet back. Perform the push-up, then pull your legs / feet in toward your chest as you stand back up, jumping into the air as high as you can and clapping hands overhead. Repeat for 10-15 total reps, 2-3 sets (if you can handle it!).

The time-saving element in all three of the above is that you’re combining movements and taking little to no time in between – which is the modern formula for getting the most out of your workout in the least amount of time possible. Talk to your doctor for more great ideas to keep you on track for your fitness goals.

The 13th Annual Mayors Tournament

February 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Yes folks it’s only a couple of month’s away. The 13th Annual The Mayors Tournament will be held on June 14th at Cobblestone Gold Course starting at 09:00. Cost will be the same as last four years $80.00 which includes, practice balls, rental of cart, and lunch. We will have a new contest this year. The Ugliest Golf Apparel, the winner will receive a donated gift. We will also have The 50 foot $5000.00 putt contest, 50/50 chance, Longest Shot, and Closest to the Pin contest.
You can on PayPal by looking for The Mayors Tournament, or check or see me with your credit card. Last year we had 71 players so first come first serve. Also if you have anything to donate to the tournament please call me or email me at mantineoj@gmail.com.

Thank You,
Da Mayor!

Squirrel Eating My Balls!

February 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Dear Tony,
Last week I was at Cobblestone Golf Course on the 12th hole, I drove my ball near a tree.When I reached my ball, I noticed a frigging Squirrel had picked up my ball and was chewing on it. I started to scream at the S.O.B., and took out my 22 and proceeded to shoot at him. With all dis excitement he dropped the ball. My ball was all chewed up and now I was further deeper in some bushes. What’s the proper ding to do.
Angelo Tropiccani-Ackworth.

Dear Angelo,
Lucky for you da rules aren’t as fuzzy as your little friend. According to Rule 18-1 says dat a ball moved by an outside agency can be replaced without a penalty. Also since dat S.O.B. turned you ball into a Flintstones ball you can replace that too. Rule 5-3 Balls unfit to play, can be swapped out, but it must show visibly cut, or cracked or out of shape. Just inform your crew of what happened and if they don’t believe you also show dem your gun and let dem feel dat da barrel is still warm.

The Cabernet Steakhouse

February 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Greetings Folks!

Godfather has been away a while, but has now returned to my good friend Joe Mantineo’s website with great restaurant reviews for your reading enjoyment.
Godfather recently was overwhelmed by a surprise 50th birthday party thrown in my honor at Cabernet Steakhouse in Alpharetta, GA. This is the Godfather’s kind of place. Of course I have been blessed with many friends and it was great to share the mid-century mark with them as such a great eating establishment.
Cabernet overs and masculine dark wood setting with great steak and wine offerings and you can’t help but notice a great cigar humidor in the entrance of the restaurant. Godfather had a bone in filet with family style helpings of asparagus and creamed spinach. Of the many great wine offerings, godfather treated himself to a 1999 Treana Special Reserve red wine, a complex blend of man red grapes from the Los Robles vineyard section of California. Treana is one of the Godfather’s favorite red wines and I am often happy to find it when I can. One slight complaint was the fact that they only had one bottle in their otherwise voluminous wine cellar offerings. Service was good to very good. One disappointing detail was the chairs that we sat in during the birthday celebration in the private room, were very uncomfortable, to the point where the party was making a joke of it. Something simple like chair comfort should not be something the Godfather should be concerned with, especially given his prostate challenges.
All in all, Cabernet Steakhouse earns a strong 7 on Godfather’s 1-10 scale. Bring your heavy wallet as they are shy about fixing chairs but not shy about charging high prices.

Until next time, Forgetabutit Caio’

The Kids Thank The Mayor’s Tournament

December 3, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

2013 Thank You LetterBy all accounts the 2013 Mayor’s Tournament was a rousing success. From the on the course fun, the nineteenth hole shenanigans, and the copious amounts of gifts  presented all participants had a hand in the good time had by all.

However, nothing feels better than to be able to present our charity of choice, Aflac Cancer & Blood Disorders Center with the proceeds of the tournament. This year we were able to donate a total of $2,100. For that I thank you all for your generosity and participation.

Also thankful are the kids that benefit from this division of The Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Please see the attached thank you letter from the Center.

Once again, I want to thank you all for your support, participation, and generosity.

The Mayor

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