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65 Years Ago – 1955
Individuals affected by Alzheimer’s or dementia who are able to reside in their own homes with a spouse, caregiver or live with a family member face specific safety risks. The Alzheimer’s Association on its website alz. org provides a checklist of items to help caregivers create safe environments for individuals affected by Alzheimer’s/dementia. The article in its entirety can be found at “Home Safety Tips” at alz.org.
Chase Baumberger, son of Larry and Bobby Baumberger of Beallsville, is the 2019 world high points winner in Mountain Trail Classes (both mounted and in hand). Chase was recently presented two belt buckles, one with each division's world champion insignia. Chase and his horses practice building confident trail competition at Creek Side Horse Park in Waynesburg, one obstacle at a time. He also competed at horse parks in several states. Chase is being congratulated by our entire community for his dedication and hard work, as this was only his second season of competition. Additional information on Mountain Trail Competition can be found at Creeksidehorsepark. com. Chase is the grandson of Gary and Marjorie, and Marilyn Devoy. Congratulations, Chase.
Why it’s Crucial to Hire an Ethical/Credible Service Provider
65 Years Ago - 1955
I remember a birthday when I was young, where the whole family loaded up the van and headed off to Geauga Lake.
The Monroe Soil and Water Conservation has a lot of opportunities available to the landowners and residents of Monroe County, and with all the issues currently arising in our state I want to make sure that everyone is aware these items are still available to everyone in Monroe County.
A quote from the book, “The Southerners,” by Edna Lee: “Tears wash away sorrowing like spring rain washes winter out of the ground.”
March may have come in like a lamb, but then the coronavirus hit and life as we know it has changed dramatically.