65 Years Ago (1955)
Hi! Did you ever wonder if ghosts are real? Well, when you get through reading this story, you might just change your mind. If you don’t believe now, you will when you are through reading this story.
I didn’t give the story much thought when it came in on the newswire.
The Wonderful Wizard of SLODS
65 Years Ago (1955)
Good morning everyone from “C” (Conner Ridge), where it is Monday morning and raining. The fall-colored leaves are falling very fast and the deer’s skin is getting much darker so they can camouflage themselves from the flying arrows in the wind.
Congratulations to Rich and Cari Russell, of Bettensworth, Iowa, on the birth of their second son, Lane Alan Russell, born Oct. 2. Lane weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 20 inches long. Proud grandparents are Bill and Sarah Russell, of Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania, and Gene and Penny Turner, of Clarington. Proud great-grandma is Ila Turner, of Clarington. Lane was welcomed home by his big brother Lincoln.
This time of year we are typically busy with our annual meeting planning and programming, unfortunately due to the COVID-19 pandemic we had to cancel our traditional in-person annual meeting. Even though we are unable to meet in person, the Monroe SWCD wants to make certain that the landowners in Monroe County are still recognized for their efforts of conserving the natural resources and supporting the Monroe SWCD.
Planning meals and ensuring individuals with dementia are eating enough can become a challenge for a caregiver. Common characteristics of this disease are the following: Memory loss, affected thinking skills, attention span changes and perception. Combined with age-related changes in appetite, sense of smell and taste, successful, nutritious meals for the individual affected may become challenging. The following tips addressing this topic are provided in “A Caregiver’s Guide: Maximizing Mealtimes for People with Dementia,” found at crisisprevention.com.
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