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Two To View – A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don't Want To Miss


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A Different Kind Of Baseball Fan
10-year-old Vincent Stio admires baseball umpires so much that he mimics (accurately!) their moves at every Carolina Mudcats home game.


Not Your Childhood Treehouse
Watch this fascinating time-lapse film of building the “biblioteque” (library) treehouse in Utopia, Texas, where you can stay overnight.

"A Source Of Inspiration" – See Our "Meet Moapa Valley" Videos


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Have you seen our "Meet Moapa Valley" video series? The comments are already coming in. Our first video features two teachers, Kim Delgadillo and Walter White. Kim and Walter teach music at Moapa Valley High School and Mack Lyon Middle School, respectively. One former student of Kim's commented on our video and wrote, "Ms. D has been a source for inspiration in my family. All of my siblings learned music under her and I think I can speak for all of us when I say we are better human beings for having been associated with her."

As that comment shows, Kim and Walter are both treasures to our community. They are two friends who love teaching our children to make music and who are invested in the lives of our young people. Thank you, Kim and Walter!

See their video at MeetMoapaValley.com and feel free to share the impact they've had on your life on MVT's Facebook page or YouTube channel. Stay tuned for other videos in this series.

Make WiFi Work For You – Ways To Improve WiFi Coverage In Your Home


Do you want to get the best WiFi experience possible? Here are some tips that can help make your WiFi go farther.

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Suppose you want to talk to Bob, who can’t hear you because he's standing at the far end of your home. You ask Sally to go to the middle of your house and to repeat everything you say to Bob and then repeat back everything that Bob says to you. This is how a WiFi Extender works—it boosts your signal so it reaches every part of your home.

Pros: Cheap and easy to install.
Cons: The speed of the device connected to the WiFi Extender is less than half the speed of devices connected directly to the router.

2. WiFi Mesh
Using our Bob and Sally analogy, we would have multiple Sallys in the room and they would all communicate with each other to figure out the best way to talk to Bob. If we needed better coverage to talk to Bob, we'd just add another Sally. The best WiFi Mesh systems have Sallys that can listen and talk at the same time. For this feature, you'd look for what is known as a Full Duplex Mesh system or one that has two radios—one for listening and one for talking. If the mesh system is Half Duplex or has a single radio, it must listen to what you have to say and then repeat it to Bob, much like the WiFi Extender.

Pros: Generally simple to install. If you need more coverage, just add another WiFi Mesh device. The Full Duplex system with an appropriate number of mesh devices will provide consistent coverage throughout your home.
Cons: If you have thick walls or metal in your walls, the coverage will suffer or may not work. Also, Full Duplex systems are expensive.

3. WiFi Mesh over Powerline
This is similar to a Full Duplex WiFi Mesh, except that the communication takes place over your house's power lines. You simply plug additional routers into your home's power outlets and they should provide coverage. Just like a mesh system, these devices figure out the best way to talk to Bob.

Pros: Same as with the Full Duplex WiFi Mesh system, except without the wall limitations. The cost may be slightly lower than a WiFi Mesh. MVT sells this system and can help you set it up.
Cons: It doesn't work in every situation. Sometimes interferers in your home power system can mess with the signal along with distance and power subpanels.

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We can help you find the best WiFi plan for your house. Please don't hesitate to contact us at 702.397.2601 or customerservice@mvtel.com

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Stay Alert – Scammers Impersonate Celebrities On Social Media


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Go Pinterest-ing! – Cool Stuff To Pin On Your Pinterest Boards


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Sites of the Month – Great Sites To Check Out June


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rose.org – Visit this site to find the perfect rose bushes for your garden, or contact your local rose society or a consulting "rosarian." Visit the Education section to view articles, publications, and awards. Photographers, exhibitors, and arrangers — there's plenty of information here for you, too.


http://www.eNewsletterHome.com/_eNewsletter/2019/1906_D2.jpgMinimalist Baker
minimalistbaker.com – Love to cook but don't want to spend forever in the kitchen? This site features recipes that can be cooked with 10 or fewer ingredients, using one bowl, in 30 minutes or less. Search by special diet, cuisine, or ingredient. You'll find options for breakfast, main dishes, dips, and much more.


http://www.eNewsletterHome.com/_eNewsletter/2019/1906_D3.jpgNational Institute on Aging
nia.nih.gov/health – As we age, we develop new health concerns, and this website explains many of them. Offered by the National Institute of Aging (NIA), which is part of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, the site features articles on cognitive health, exercise, healthy eating, and diseases that appear later in life.


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todayshomeowner.com – Homeowners know there's never a shortage of improvement projects needing to be done. Visit this site for pointers on your next one. Get tips on everything from preparing your home and garden for summer to installing a new deck.

Short Tutorial/FAQ – Which Is More Secure – Android Or iOS?


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We hope you found this newsletter to be informative. It's our way of keeping you posted on the happenings here. If, however, you'd prefer not to receive these bulletins, please see the links at the bottom of this email to manage your preferences.

Thanks for your business!

Best regards,

Brad Lyon


1120 N. Moapa Valley Blvd.
Overton, NV 89040



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