Note from Editor-In-Chief

As we navigate the ever-changing landscape of our world, I am reminded of the profound significance of kindness and compassion, both in our spoken words and written expressions. It is my sincere holiday wish that each one of us embraces these virtues, spreading warmth and goodwill in every interaction. Let our words be a beacon of positivity, uniting us as a community.

In this edition, we celebrate the remarkable achievements of women entrepreneurs who have been making waves in diverse fields. Kendall Nielson, the creative mind behind Shine Dance Fitness, transformed a simple YouTube video into a global dance company. Natasha Kravchuk, a rising celebrity chef, captured the hearts of many with her culinary talents, landing a spot-on Good Morning America and securing the second position on the New York Times Best Sellers list with her cookbook.

Eagle Magazine continues to soar to new heights, covering a wide array of controversial discussions on our website, eaglemagazine.com. For the latest updates and thought-provoking content, be sure to subscribe online and follow us on Instagram.

This holiday season, I encourage you to support local businesses by exploring our holiday gift guide. Discover the top five ways to destress through massage and join us in raising a toast to the exceptional coffee offerings in our town.

May this edition of Eagle Magazine inspire and uplift you, and may your holiday season be filled with compassion, kindness, and joy.

Warm Regards,
Tia Markland-Crabtree
Editor-in-Chief, Eagle Magazine

 

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