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August 9, 2017

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B-8 Local Wednesday, August 9, 2017 The Press-Dispatch MYERS HEATING & COOLING We service all makes and models. Give us a call! WE OFFER FINANCING TO QUALIFIED BUYERS 812-354-4273 • Repair all makes and models • Family owned and operated • Licensed Do rising electric bills have you concerned? ON SELECT FURNACES Call Brent before you buy to get the best deal! Let Myers help you save with an efficient system. ASK ABOUT $250 REBATE AREA HAPPENINGS Al-Anon meeting – Meetings are each Wednesday at 11:30 a.m., located at 424 W. 7th St. in Jasper. For more information, call 812-887-0349. Celebrate Recovery Program – Meets every Sun- day night from 5 to 7 p.m. at 207 Lafayette St. in Win- slow. For more information, call Krystal Breeding 812- 582-2562. Winslow Alcohol Anonymous – will meet every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Call 812-789 -8535 for location of the meeting. Narcotic Anonymous – Every Monday at 7 p.m. at River of Life Fellowship Church. For more informa- tion, contact 812-380 -1395. Pike County Moms Group – Pike County Moms Group meets every first and third Thursday of the month at Otwell United Methodist Church. Children are welcome. For more information, visit their Face- book page at Pike County (Indiana) Moms Group. Online American Heart Association E-Learning - Four out of five cardiac arrests happen at home. Are you prepared with CPR if a loved one suffers a cardiac emergency? The American Heart Association is mak- ing CPR training more accessible by offering blended learning, an online training tool! To get started, go to the website www.onlineAHA. org and select "Course Catalog" to find the appropri- ate course. Once the online portion is complete, print the certificate and call Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center's Health and Wellness staff at (812) 996 - 2399, option 1, to schedule a skills session with an AHA Instructor and complete your certification. The skill sessions are scheduled for 30 to 60 minutes and are offered for BL S for Health Care Providers, Heartsav- er® CPR with AED, and Heartsaver® First Aid CPR with AED. Cost for the skills session portion is $ 30 and will be located in the Health and Wellness Classroom at Memorial Southside Office, 1100 West 12th Avenue is Jasper. For more information, call Memorial Hospital's Health and Wellness department at (812) 996 -2399, option 1, or toll free at (800) 852-7273, ext. 2399. Patoka Valley Quilter's Guild Exhibit - Many ex- quisite quilts and pieces of fiber art will be on display at the Krempp Gallery, Jasper Arts Center beginning August 2-30, 2017. A public reception will be on Thurs- day, August 10 from 5 -7 p.m. It will be a family-friend- ly, free event with refreshments. Anyone wishing to join the guild may contact Ann Jorden at 812-631-3919. Heartland Half Marathon in need of volunteers - Are you looking for a fun service project the whole family can participate in? The Heartland Half Mara- thon committee is in need of volunteers for this year's Heartland Half Marathon. The event is scheduled to take place during Labor Day Weekend on Saturday, September 2 in Jasper. The events will include a half marathon, 5K, and team challenge. Volunteers are needed for registration in the morn- ing and afternoon on Friday, September 1 and during the race on Saturday, which will begin at 7:30 a.m. Volunteers generally work in pairs or small groups, and children/teens can also help when paired with an adult. Volunteers also receive a free T-shirt. The majority of the proceeds from this year's race will be given to the Phillip R. Dawkins Heart & Vascu- lar Center at Memorial Hospital to be utilized for new integrative medicine services provided to cardiac pa- tients. Ten percent of the proceeds will go towards the DC Multisport Endowment to ensure future stability of the organization and to continue in its efforts to give towards worthy causes. For more information or to sign up to volunteer, call the Marketing Department at Memorial Hospital at (812) 996 -2333. Area Reunions GRUBB REUNION The descendants of Henry and Lillie Grubb, and their children (Almeda, Hugh, Arthur, Nora, Charles, Will, Sally, Hobart and Everett) will hold their annual re- union on Sunday, September 10 at Hornady Park. A meal will be shared at 12:30 p.m. Contact Mary Brown Fuller at or 812-457-7652 with any questions. &21*5$78/$7,216 722857($0 )RU3XWWLQJ3DWLHQWV 6DIHW\)LUVW 7KDQNVWR\RX*RRG6DPDULWDQHDUQHGWKH QDWLRQ¶VWRSGLVWLQFWLRQIRUSDWLHQWVDIHW\ZLWKDQ³$´ JUDGHIURPWKH/HDSIURJ+RVSLWDO6DIHW\*UDGH 7KH³$´UHFRJQL]HVRXUKLJKVWDQGDUGVLQSDWLHQW VDIHW\7KLVKRQRUEHORQJVWRHYHU\RQHRIRXU WHDPPHPEHUVZKRZRUNHYHU\GD\IRURXU SDWLHQWV&RQJUDWXODWLRQVDQGWKDQN\RX 7KH /HDSIURJ +RVSLWDO 6DIHW\ *UDGH LV DQHOLWHGHVLJQDWLRQIURP7KH/HDSIURJ *URXSDQDWLRQDOLQGHSHQGHQWZDWFKGRJ WKDWVHWVWKHKLJKHVWVWDQGDUGVIRUSDWLHQW VDIHW\LQWKH8QLWHG6WDWHV 66HYHQWK6W_9LQFHQQHV,1__JVKYLQRUJ CHARGER BAND CAMP Above: Pike Cen- tral High School Marching Band member Madyson Satterfield plays the flute on the fi- nal day of band camp on Friday, Ju- ly 28. Andy Heuring photo Right: Pike Cen- tral High School Marching Band di- rector Chris Ash- worth uses drum sticks to keep time during the final day of band camp on Friday, July 28. An- dy Heuring photo Below: From left to right, Ethan Gen- try, Faryn Hensler, Ashley Dulworth and Haven Roy. An- dy Heuring photo

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