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Happy Halloween! As you gear up for a night of fun and fright, play it safe and ride with Uber. Details on hopping a free ride are below. As we head into November, we can't help but reflect on all that we're thankful for, and that means YOU.

Oh, and we celebrated 5 years this month!!! So, yes thanks are in order. Thanks to each and every one of you for continued support.

Here's what else is new at Medley Inc...


Papercity Magazine Sponsors
READ3Zero Luncheon and Book Signing

Tomorrow, the Houston non-profit literacy organization, READ3Zero, will honor students nationwide at their 5th Annual Ceremony and Book Signing. Special guests include Keynote Speaker Neil Bush and Mistress of Ceremonies Deborah Duncan.
For more information on READ3Zero please visit https://read3zero.org.


Children's Author Melissa Williams Takes a Stance Against Bullies

Bullying Prevention Awareness with Texas Children's Author Melissa Williams
Bullying Prevention Awareness with Texas Children's Author Melissa Williams
                 Children's Author Melissa Williams on ABC 13. 
She takes a stance against bullying and shares tips on prevention with ABC13-Elissa Rivas

Watch the segment by clicking here.



Friends of the Bayou City Art Festival Ride
for FREE with Uber 



Friends of Bayou City Art Festival ride free with Uber!

Good for first time riders, use the code BCAF14 or visit here: https://get.uber.com/go/BCAF14 



   Glam Gadgets for Girls

Our President/CEO shared her top picks for beauty gadgets on Great Day Houston. Here's what made the cut:

1. SHINE Fitness & Sleep Monitor- allows you to use points to easily measure all your activities, such as walking, running, swimming, cycling- even sleeping

2. GRIFFIN Mirror Identity Case- check your lipstick, teeth, etc. on the go with this mirrored case

3. KINIVO Bluetooth Stereo Headphones- great for the woman on the go, as it serves as both a wireless music headphone and Bluetooth phone headset for hands free calling

4. SATECHI USB Portable Humidifier- On the go support for itchy dry skin and chapped lips

Click here to watch the segment! 



The Women's Home, Building Whole Lives 

The residential treatment and transitional housing program at The Women's Home serves women who have become homeless due to mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders, specifically women with co-occurring illnesses who require long-term treatment. The Women's Home offers their residents a home and an individualized WholeLife program based on six wellness areas: emotional, financial, physical, social, spiritual and vocational. Their clinical, residential and vocational services support these wellness areas.

Learn more about The Women's Home and the ways to give back at  www.thewomenshome.org

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