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A hypnotized firefighter was made to believe that he was a ballet teacher and the others were his students.
A hypnotized firefighter was made to believe that he was a ballet teacher and the others were his students.
The hypnotized group was asked to make their best biker pose.
The hypnotized group was asked to make their best biker pose.
Miss Junior Menifee and a Menifee firefighter were placed in a deep relaxation mode where it was possible to be hypnotized.
Miss Junior Menifee and a Menifee firefighter were placed in a deep relaxation mode where it was possible to be hypnotized.
Miss Junior Menifee in deep relaxation.
Miss Junior Menifee in deep relaxation.
The hypnotized group was asked to make their best modeling pose.
The hypnotized group was asked to make their best modeling pose.
Hypnotwyz hosted the hilarious, fun, and mesmerizing show.
Hypnotwyz hosted the hilarious, fun, and mesmerizing show.
A group of volunteers is hypnotized.
A group of volunteers is hypnotized.

Guns and Hoses event honors city’s responders


Friday, April 12th, 2013
Issue 15, Volume 17.
Danielle Briana
Special to the Valley News


On Saturday, March 30, the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce along with the City of Menifee hosted Guns and Hoses – a dinner honoring Menifee’s first responders, police, firefighters and paramedics – at the Kay Ceniceros Senior Center.

Many community members came out to enjoy an evening of fellowship and to show their gratitude to the men and women who put their lives on the line daily to serve the community.

Mayor Scott Mann was in attendance, along with other city council Advertisement
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members. The evening consisted of food furnished by Giovanni’s Italian Restaurant, Juice It Up served refreshing fruit smoothies, Panera donated bread, and entertainment from professional Hypnotist and hypnotherapist HypnoTwyz made the audience roar with laughter as he had volunteers dancing, acting, modeling and even had a man believe he was the first man alive to give birth.

The evening was a wonderful way to thank the first responders for their dedication, commitment and leadership in keeping the city of Menifee safe.


 

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