Sewickley Electrolysis

Sewickley Electrolysis

From Julie’s website: Electrolysis requires a great amount of skill, and even though electrolysis machines are sold for home use, we recommend you turn to a trained and experienced electrologist. Picking the right electrologist to do the job is by far the most important factor in determining a safe and effective treatment. The removal of hair with electrolysis is an intricate procedure; the tiny probe needs to be precisely inserted in order for electrolysis to be effective. Modern technology has made electrolysis hair removal less painful. We provide the gold standard and world’s most advanced technology in electrolysis.

Girls You belong in Mathematics

#MathGals

In the summer of 2018, Chrissy & Cora Newell started reading about inspirational women in mathematics in the book Power in Numbers by Dr. Talithia Williams. They decided that everyone should know these women’s names, and #MathGals was born!

They design shirts that honor past & present #MathGals, inspire future #MathGals and start conversations to include and inspire girls to love math.

Schoolmarm Advisors

Schoolmarm Advisors

Historical research and editorial support for education authors and publishers.

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Genesee Valley Rotary Camp

Genesee Valley Rotary Camp (GVRC), is a one week summer camp for young people (ages 8 – 21) with various disabilities. GVRC is a not-for-profit organization that became incorporated in 1963 and has served children and young adults from four surrounding counties (Livingston, Steuben, Wyoming, and Allegany) ever since.

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The Alaska Wild Salmon Company

The Alaska Wild Salmon Company‘s mission is providing you with great salmon at a fair price, with a commitment to customer service. They sell locally in Juneau, Alaska and through their partner in Pittsburgh, PA, where they sell at local farmers markets during the Summer. (check out the blog, it’s the BEST)

I redesigned this site in May of 2019 as a result of a hack. The site was hacked through an out-of-date SMTP plugin. I was able to find the hack, remove all traces of it and recreate the site. I deleted the database and totally revamped the site with a more modern child theme, better structure and updated methods of updating the site for its users.