Pearls of Strength

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Ceslie’s Pick

MY PICK FOR A MEANINGFUL, FEMININE, PEARL BRACELET THAT IS A LESSON IN STRONG BONE HEALTH

I can't think of a better or more meaningful gift for a woman to share with other women and girls than the gift of life-saving knowledge represented by a gorgeous feminine pearl bracelet. And now, the NOF (National Osteoporosis Foundation) has made that possible!

NOF is introducing the Pearls of Strength® bracelet made of genuine, fresh-water, white, cultured 8-9mm pearls joined together on double strand of silk thread knotted between each pearl with a sterling silver heart clasp. This bracelet is of high-quality--I know because I have one and receive compliments on it all the time--and the silver heart clasp is very special.

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Pearls of Strenth

To purchase, CLICK HERE They are a major bargain at $25 each, including shipping, and a portion of the proceeds benefit NOF. At this price, consider wearing them three at a time, and they make excellent graduation and holiday gifts! I recommend this darling bracelet as an excellent gift and conversation starter to give young women to educate them about bone health. The NOF has a wonderful message and program about the concept of passing along the gift of knowledge of bone health and osteoporosis awareness to future generations.

NOF will host a Mothers and Daughters luncheon to celebrate this gift on September 24, 2008 at The Pierre Hotel in New York City. There is more information about attending HERE. Established in 1984, the National Osteoporosis Foundation is the nation’s leading voluntary health organization solely dedicated to osteoporosis and bone health. Its mission is to prevent osteoporosis and related fractures, promote lifelong bone health, help improve the lives of those affected by osteoporosis, and find a cure through programs of awareness, advocacy, public and health professional education and research.

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