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Saxophonist Melissa Aldana has been performing all of her life, as her father Marcos Aldana was her first teacher. Melissa has successfully released multiple CDs, unveiling powerful music individually and with her illustrious bandmates. Traditional, old time swing has become extremely popular in this region.
Whether they perform for a sitting or hoofing audience, all are thoroughly entertained. Often arriving in period costume, the musicians offer delightful listening music, mostly written between and the mids. Audience members find themselves singing along to songs they heard from grandma and grandpa and the old time movies.
Hailing from Cooksville, Maryland, Winfield Parker toured with Little Richard and his band as a saxophone player before embarking on his own international tour. Brazilian singer-song writer Cissa Paz shares her diverse cultural experiences with every audience she encounters. She composes and arranges songs that are filled with the rich traditions of Afro-Brazilian and Luso-African concepts. Warren is a Baltimore native and multi-instrument musician who attended the Peabody Conservatory and played with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra before pursuing his main goal of becoming a full time performing musician.
As a percussionist and pianist, Warren landed the piano duties performing, recording, and touring in the Rachael Price Group, drumming with alto saxophonist Tia Fuller, and performing with the Donal Fox Group.
Chieli Minucci, a major force in the jazz and world music scene for the past 35 years, has won three Emmy Awards and has been nominated ten times for his eclectic compositional work.
His music can also be heard on the soundtracks of the films Bowfinger, Legally Blonde, and Panic. The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is supported by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive.
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Pets will hide their illnesses, so physical exams are important. There are several canine vaccinations available. DHLP-P is a five in one vaccine which protects against Canine Distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza, and parvovirus.
It is required for all hospitalized, boarded, or groomed dogs. Puppies between the ages of six and 18 weeks should receive boosters every three weeks.
Puppies are more susceptible to these diseases than an adult. Once a puppy is finished with a series of boosters, annual boosters are given. An adult unvaccinated dog receives two vaccines three to four weeks apart. Rabies vaccinations are required by law for all dogs over four months. Puppies receive one year rabies vaccine at three to four months of age.
Adult dogs receive a rabies vaccine every three years after the initial vaccine. Bordatella, or kennel cough, vaccinations is recommended for all dogs. The cough is highly contagious from dog to dog. Vaccination is required when boarding your pet and when enrolling in an obedience class. Semi-annual boosters may be necessary for higher exposure. It is carried by deer ticks and only sporadically present in Ohio. Giardia vaccination is recommended for outdoor dogs that frequently swim and drink from ponds, lakes, and streams.
The disease also has the potential to infect humans. While vaccinations will prevent a number of problems with the family dog. Intestinal parasites such as roundworms, tapeworms and hookworms cause sickness and problems with growth and digestion. Parasites require a microscopic examination of a fecal specimen to detect. Semi-annual fecal examinations are recommended. Fleas are a common problem for outside dogs.
It is easier to prevent fleas than to treat an infestation. Do not waste money on over-the-counter flea products. The best preventative options include Frontline, Program, Advantage, and Revolution. Program will prevent flea reproduction. Frontline and advantage kill adult fleas. Top spots is the most convenient and is applied as a small amount of liquid over the shoulder monthly. Some additional things to remember about fleas are, if swallowed fleas can transmit tapeworms.
It is common in our area and transmitted by mosquitoes. Occult infections make it difficult to notice a problem, but symptoms include coughing, weakness and weight loss.
Young puppies six-monthsold and younger should be started on heartworm preventative. Dogs six months and older require a blood test before starting on monthly heartworm preventative. Preventatives are given year round and an annual blood test for heartworm recommended. The best preventative care measure you can do for your pet is to have it spayed or neutered.
The procedure is safe, we use same anesthetics used with people. It decreases likelihood of cancers and uterine infections. The process prevents undesirable behaviors such as urine marking, wandering, aggression, and. We discourage breeding your animal as the pet overpopulation problem is far too great to justify bringing more into the world. The surgery can be done at any age, but it is best to have it done between three and six months of age.
Proper dental care is one of the most neglected pet health care needs. Periodontal disease causes bad breath, and serious oral infections. We recommend beginning dental hygiene immediately so that the puppy may become accustom to it. Use pet specific toothpaste.
There are also special diets available to clean teeth. A dental exam can determine whether your pet needs preventative dental care such as scaling, polishing, and antibiotics.
Grooming and ear cleaning is one of the many responsibility of pet ownership and grooming services are available at our facility. Bathing and brushing reduces itching and skin infections, while. Proper grooming makes your pets more comfortable.
Ear cleaning is recommended at two to four week intervals to prevent infections and our hospital staff can instruct you on a scheduled pet grooming program. You get what you pay for. Puppies should be fed three to four times a day and they should be given all they will eat within 15 minutes. Do not leave the food out all the time. A correctly sized crate will keep pets out of danger and it is the easiest way to house train the dog.
Purchase an airline shipping crate or a metal crate. Keep puppies in a crate when they cannot be under your direct supervision.
For more information on crates refer to our house training hints handout. K-9 Preventative Healthcare Month Vaccines, Flea Preventatives, and Heartworm Medication go a long way to prevent the diseases in our community that your K-9 can catch simply by walking out into your yard!
Having vaccines up to date can save a lot of money in the long run, making certain your pet is safe and healthy! All Creatures Great Amelia,. Edmisten and Lucille Gelter co-chaired the annual festival. Both are members of Community Russellville Action Planners, which sponsored the celebration. While this year's crowd may have been down from previous years, some Edmisten said the crowd still was good, and mentioned fund-raising food sales were successful. Activities began about 8 a.
Edmisten reported one of the festival's most popular events, the Fourth of July Parade, was quite successful. This year's Parade grand was Jackson marshal Township resident Phil Dunn, a Russellville native who has contributed to the Russellville.
This is a blessing that we too often take for granted. Tired of maintaining your home? At Eastgate Village meet new friends and participate in fun activities. Gelter's entry took first place in the Parade's Best Decorated Vehicle category. A districtwide guardrail project is under way. Traffic will be maintained in one lane with the use of portable signals and flaggers. The scheduled completion date is October 31, A districtwide reflector replacement project is under way, and crews are replacing reflectors at various locations throughout the district as weather permits.
Traffic will be maintained in one lane with the use of portable signals and flaggers when crews are at work. The scheduled completion date is July 31, A resurfacing project is under way on S. Crews will be paving the route from C. Throughout construction, traffic will be maintained in at least one lane in each direction, and the scheduled completion date is August 31, Orab for a bridge replacement project.
The project site is located at the route's 5. Westbound traffic will be maintained in one lane, while eastbound traffic will be detoured via C. Currently, the route is reduced to one lane at the U. The scheduled completion date for all work is October 31, The project site is situated midway between Georgetown and Higginsport, and while the route is closed, motorists will be detoured via U.
The project is scheduled to be completed by August 31, One lane of traffic is being maintained by signing, and motorists who approach a closed section of the route must yield to oncoming traffic. Motorists are advised to exercise additional caution. A slide repair project is under way at the The route is reduced to one, foot lane, and traffic will be maintained with the use of temporary traffic signals.
The scheduled completion date is August 31, Contractors are replacing a deteriorated structure located over Clear Creek, approximately one-tenth of a mile off S. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by August 31, A culvert replacement project has begun on S.
Throughout construction, motorists will be detoured via S. The program was held in the gymnasium for a second straight year because of air conditioning being available.
Previous programs had been held outside the Rambler Center, which housed the former Russellville-Jefferson High School. Edmisten mentioned how the gymnasium's air conditioning and new windows, doors, and heating units in the Rambler Center had been made possible by a donation by the late Hope Woods Gano, a alumna of RJHS for whom Hope Hall is named.
She said a plaque honoring Gano will be placed in the gym in the future. Bill Kirby, pastor of Faith In God Fellowship near Russellville, offered an invocation and mentioned how those gathered were thankful they could celebrate another Independence Day. Lulu Roman will be in concert on Sunday, July 18, 7 p. People know LuLu as the most requested female cast member of the long running hit television series, "Hee Haw.
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Gusweiler instead sentenced her to three years. The ordinance either may receive a reading at each of two upcoming council meetings or may be adopted on its next reading if council members choose to suspend the rules so a third reading won't be necessary. If a third reading is given, council members then may vote whether to adopt the ordinance. It is designed as an emergency ordinance to go into effect immediately upon passage rather than 30 days after passage.
He was born Sept. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by one brother, Edward Gerald, and one sister Imogene Springer. He served his country in the US Army where he was a medic and researcher in the area of water purification and malaria studies in Korea and Okinawa. He also was employed at Cast-Fab Technologies. His last gift was the donation of his body bequeathed to the University of Cincinnati Medical School.
Services were held at the convenience of the family. He was born June 20, , in Cincinnati, Ohio. Liam was preceded in death by one sister, Ashlyn Elaine Schadle in Graveside services were held at 10 a. Interment was in the Shinkles Ridge Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www. Moore 55 Michael B.
He was preceded in death by his father, Larry Moore. No service was held and the Megie Funeral Home is caring for the family. Private condolences may be sent through the funeral home website, www. Memorial donations may be directed to the family. The selfguided tour will include seven gardens, all located in or near the village.
The home gardens are each unique in their use of annuals, perennials, shrubs, hardscapes, and water features. Also included are vegetable gardens. Tour tickets and maps may be purchased in advance at the Kountry Sunshine Primitives, S. High Street, both in Mt.
For additional information call Leslie is survived by one daughter, Judy Hopkins of Georgetown, seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at Scott Hennig will officiate. Visitation will be from p. Friday, July 9, , at the funeral home. Interment will be in the Confidence Cemetery in Georgetown. Walker 50 Denise L. She was born on Aug. She is survived by caregiver Gordon Fitzpatrick.
There was a graveside service on Friday, July 9, , at noon. Burial was in the Mt. Orab Cemetery in Mt. Egbert Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. Downing, 87, of Russellville, passed away Saturday, July 3, , at his residence. He was also prceded in death by his wife, Wyvetta, one brother, two sisters and one great grandson.
He was a lifelong farmer, a school bus driver for the Eastern District for 25 years and a member of the Ash Ridge Christian Church. He is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Barbara Downing, of Georgetown, daughter and son-in-law, Judy and Bob Dunseith, of Mowrystown, daughter Carol Roberts, of Georgetown, 12 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren and two great-great grandsons. Funeral services were Wednesday, July 7, , at 11 a. Visitation was Tuesday, from 6 to 8 p.
Burial was at the Linwood Cemetery in Russellville. He was the son of the late Henry and Gertrude Aubry Evans. He was also preceded in death by brother Lawrence Evans. Service will be held on Monday, July 12, , at 10 a. The Evans Funeral Home of Milford is serving the family. Orab, passed away Sunday, July 4, , in Willamsburg. She was born Dec. She was a home maker and is survived by daughters Beverly Malott, of Mt. Orab, Kathie Kelsey, of Mt. Orab, brother, Joseph Wallingford, of California, six grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.
Graveside services were Friday, July 9, , at 10 a. To have your loved ones obituary published free, please have your funeral director e-mail us at bcpress frognet.
My year-old brother just had a colonoscopy, and he said the doctor removed some precancerous polyps. This concerns me because our father died from colon cancer. Is there anything my brother and I can do to help prevent it?
Colon cancer does not get the public attention it warrants. Most people do not know that more people die from colon cancer each year than from breast cancer and AIDS combined. It is estimated that more than , new cases of colon cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in About 50, will likely result in death. Luckily, you have already taken the first step toward preventing colon cancer: Colon cancer forms in the large intestines, and it begins as small benign polyps, like what your brother had.
These polyps are precancerous, meaning that they will turn into cancer if left to grow. Colon cancer is more common in people over the age of 50, but it can also occur at a younger age. The good news is that there are lifestyle choices you can make to lower your chances of developing this disease.
If you smoke, quitting now can reduce your risk. So can moderating your alcohol intake. Diabetes and obesity are associated with higher rates of colon cancer, but fortunately, exercising and eating right are the most important treatment plans for these conditions, as well.
As you and your brother well know, an early diagnosis can save your life. Pay attention to any sudden, persistent changes in your bowel habits, especially if your bowels have always been regular before. Examples of such changes include diarrhea or constipation for more than a week, blood in the stool and lasting abdominal pain with gas and bloating. Unfortunately, many people either have no early symptoms, or their symptoms are too mild to seem impor-.
This is why one of the most effective ways to prevent colon cancer is to get a colonoscopy when you turn This routine cancer screening typically takes place in a hospital or outpatient surgery facility. You will be instructed to take laxatives and stick to a clear liquid diet the day before the screening in order to empty your intestinal tract. For the screening itself, you will be given a mild sedative, and a very small fiber optic camera will be passed into your colon.
If no polyps are found, your next colonoscopy can wait about ten years. If a polyp is found, it can be removed immediately, and then you should talk to your family physician about a schedule for regular colonoscopies. Colon cancer may not be a pleasant thing to talk about, but it is very important to get. A colonoscopy may not be your idea of a good 50th birthday present, but it will increase your chances of celebrating many more birthdays to come.
To submit questions, write to Martha A. Box , Athens, Ohio , or via e-mail to readerquestions familymedicinenews. Medical information in this column is provided as an educational service only.
It does not replace the judgment of your personal physician, who should be relied on to diagnose and recommend treatment for any medical conditions. Past columns are available online at www. He was born in Lewis County, Kentucky, Dec. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Herschel Manley, one sister, Una Manley and one grandson, Cole Manley. Funeral services were held at 10 a.
Visitation was from 5 to 9 p. Interment was in the Bethel Tate Cemetery in Bethel. Well, reading and searching are not the same thing. In the Bible there is an illustration of a woman who lost a coin. She searched everywhere for the coin. She swept the floor, she moved the furniture, and when she found it she told her neighbors to rejoice with her.
She did not just casually look through her house. She thoroughly searched it until she found what she was looking for. Although Jesus was speaking to the Jewish people in this passage, it is also good instruction for all of us today. Therefore, search the Bible. Some people know a little bit about the Bible but usually is just enough to get them in trouble. From time to time I have them trying to correct me. If you disagree with me or see something there and want to discuss it, that is fine.
I have studied and searched this Bible for well over 50 years. I think of searching the Bible as you would think of a man searching for gold. Men have spent their lives searching for gold but has never once opened a Bible. You see, the life is not in the scriptures; the life is in the person of Jesus Christ who is revealed in the scriptures.
The scriptures completely reveal the will of God and the person of Jesus. But Jesus Himself is telling them to search the scriptures to find Him. A lot of times we will search but just not thoroughly. I have been married for many years and I depend on my wife a lot; probably more than I should.
I will ask her where something is and she will tell me. Then wherever she tells me it is I will go and take a quick look. It was right there in front of me and I completely looked over it.
If my wife was not there to find something for me, no doubt, I would search much more thoroughly. But I must admit, it is a lot easier if she gets it for me. And sometimes I think a lot of people do the same thing with the scriptures. They do not want to search; they just want to be told exactly where it is. The only problem with that is that you miss a lot of things that you would have found if you had been doing the searching yourself. How many times have you read the Bible and read right past something then the next time you read it, or even several times after reading it, you will find something that you did not see before?
That is why Jesus said to search the scriptures for in them you will find Him. You will even find Him all the way back in the book of Genesis. He is all through the Bible! It is in Him that you will find eternal life and that is far more precious than gold.
He said in John Elden Oney, of Hamersville, recently hosted a year reunion with two fellow airmen he met during basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas in Following basic training, they were transferred to Geiger Air Force Base in Spokane, Washington, serving together there.
After locating and communicating with each other over the internet, it was decided that they should reunite to celebrate 50 years of memories. Jerry Stoy, from Montpelier, Ohio, and Gene Straussman, from Seymour, Connecticut, traveled to the Oney home in Hamersville from June 21 to June 23 where the trio enjoyed many hours of reminiscing about military service and shared their lives after service in the Air Force.
John Dickson of Mount Orab is a year-old father, grandfather, great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather. This picture is of five generations twice. To his left is his grandson David Simpson. In front of them is his great-granddaughters Samantha and Elizabeth Simpson. They are holding his great-great-granddaughters Maddison Simpson and Kameron Orr. Jason Hahn are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Jalyn Emma Hahn.
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During dinner, Banks of the Ohio will be serenading the crowd with their dulcimers and other instruments. In case of inclement weather, Ripley Church of the Nazarene will be the backup location, and the local dulcimer group Banks of the Ohio will be providing dinnertime music.
The phone number is Registration is free and goes from 9 a. In addition to the free registration, registrants will receive a meal card, plus the first get goody bags and dash plaques. The Top 40 will be awarded. The event will be held at the Veterans Park in Sardinia behind the library.
Bring a covered dish, table-. There will be lots of great food and music plus the opportunity to win a door prize. The church is located at state Route , Goshen Williams Corner area. For more information call or , if no answer please leave a message. The ceremony will take place at the Russellville Presbyterian Church at 2 p.
The community is welcome to attend. With the help of family and friends, the walls and doors were scraped and painted, new baseboards were installed and the interior brick of the gymnasium was scrubbed clean.
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On June 28 the students then took the classroom to the community by hosting a composting seminar. Participants learned about the different factors of composting and how to get started. The 5 model composts were given away to the participants as door prizes! Danielle Thompson also presented a small compost that would be good for beginners that is made of a plastic tote.
This event was well received by the community and the students were proud to share their information with everyone for the benefit of our environment. During the school year, these students will be maintaining a compost the grounds of Eastern High School. The project did not stop there. This class also decided to incorporate landscaping.
The students traveled to Good Seed Farm in Peebles to learn about the steps necessary for beginning a successful landscape project. The students became part of the design process, selected plants and landscaped the front of the new Eastern High School.
Vice President Dustin Canter called the meeting to order with pledges being said. Role call was read by Treasurer Morgan Orr. Important dates were once again read as reminders along with Quality Assurance dates.
Quality Assurance was once again discussed and reminded that everyone no matter what has to either take a class or pass the test at their tag in to be able to show their market projects at the fair. T-shirts given to all 4-H members by the 4-H committee were. There were several demonstrations done, some on hogs others on rabbits, remote control car 4-H project, and sheep.
A reminder was given by Vice President Dustin Canter that the community service must be turned in and our demonstrations must be done by July 25th. Reminders once again to read your requirements for your projects as several have changed this year. The Next meeting scheduled for the Hamersville Livestock 4-H club is July 11th 4pm at the Hamersville Firehouse please make sure that you have 6 meetings as required. Students must be full time with a grade point average of at least 3.
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