The flu is nothing to sneeze at, so it\u2019s a good idea this flu season to protect yourself and your family by getting vaccinated.
\u201cEveryone is encouraged to get vaccinated,\u201d says Jeanne Santoli, deputy director of immunization services at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), \u201cespecially those considered to be at higher risk. The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones is by getting your annual flu vaccine.\u201d
\u2022 Infects app. 60 million people
\u2022 Hospitalizes app. 200,000 people
\u2022 Kills more Americans than breast cancer
\u2022 Kills two to three times more Americans
The influenza activity report recently released by the CDC found that 92 percent of the pediatric deaths resulting from influenza were in children who weren\u2019t vaccinated. Each year, the influenza strains change, but fortunately, vaccinations against influenza are also updated each year to protect against the current strains.
This holiday season, whether you want a flu vaccination for an elderly parent, a child or yourself, you can turn to your local physician or health clinic. Call to find the dates and times that vaccinations are available.
who are sick
\u2022 Washing your hands often
\u2022 Avoiding touching your eyes, nose or mouth
\u2022 Getting plenty of sleep
\u2022 Being physically active
\u2022 Drinking plenty of fluids
\u2022 Eating nutritious food.
Germs don\u2019t take a holiday. Fortunately, a flu vaccination is the single most effective way to prevent influenza.
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Tomahawk Ruritan Club Rental. Donation for small dining hall $75 and $125 for large dining hall. Whole hall $200. Also wedding, birth- day parties and anniversaries, please call 304-754-3860.
The Tuscarora Ruritan Hall is available for a $125 donation-commer- cial $150 donation. Air conditioned. Seats 115. Call 304-263-3090 or 304- 264-8411 for information.
Westview Baptist Church, 301 S. Louisiana Ave, Martinsburg, will present Ivan Parker (of the Bill and Gloria Gaither Homecoming Video Series) in concert Sunday, Dec 7, 2008, 6:00pm for an evening of both gospel and Christmas music. There will be a $10(non-refund- able) donation for tickets which are expected to go quickly. Call the church at 304-263-1701 for more information.
Saturday October 25th TA Lowery Elementary School (Old Route 9 & Shenandoah Junction Road-Kearneysville, WV). Doors open at 4:00pm-concessions available. Bingo starts at 5:00pm. Admission $20 in advance/$25 at the door. 20 regular games and 3 specials. Raffles and door prizes. Extra cards will be available. Baskets will be filled with special items. For advance reservations contact Tasha Demko 304-728-1100 X12 TashaCFCDC@frontier- net.net. Benefit Children First Child Development Center.
Sunday, October 26, 2:00pm, Basket Bingo to benefit Berkeley County Youth Fair will be held at the Fair grounds. Tickets are $20, advance, $25 at the door. Doors open 12:00 noon. King Tut raffles & door prizes, must be 18 to play. Refreshments available, no smoking, please. More info, 304- 229-5968, 304-263-8039, or 304-725-7451.
Tomahawk Ruritan Club Saturday October 11th, 4pm till 7pm. Fried Chicken & City Baked Ham Supper with all the trimmings, homemade rolls, drinks and dessert. Adults $8.50, child 1/2 price. Stoney Creek Bluegrass & Gospel Band. For more informa- tion call 304-754-3860.
Saturday, October 11th, 2008, 7am-11am, Bunker Hill Brethren in Christ Church. Rt 11 in Bunker Hill, WV.
Pancakes, sausage, fried potatoes, eggs, apples and sausage gravy. Donations accepted.
Marlowe Ruritan Club October 11. Call ahead for Pork Orders 304- 274-3409, 304-274-2448, or 304-274-1209. Breakfast includes Pancakes Sausage Gravy, Sausage puddin and drink $5 ayce 6am- 9:30am.
Bedington United Methodist Church, Route 11, North, Bedington, WV. Dinner includes: Salad, Applesauce, Garlic Bread, & Drinks. Friday, October 17, 2008, 4:00 pm - 7:00pm. Adults- $7.00 Children- $4.00. Under 5- eat free. Family of 5/ more- $30.00. Bring a friend and enjoy the evening. CARRY OUTS AVAIL- ABLE anytime after 12:00 noon. Sponsored by: United Methodist Men 304-274-2011.
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Country Ham and Turkey Buffet Saturday October 18th, 4-7pm. Adults $10, children ages 3-10 $5.00, and children under 3 free. Gerrardstown United Methodist Church, Gerrardstown Road (Rt 51) in Gerrardstown. Contact 304-229-5954.
Lord Fairfax Orchid Society would like to invite you to the Fall Orchid Show and Sale at the Apple Blossom Mall intersection I81 and 50W Winchester, VA. Friday October 17th and Saturday October 18th, 2008. Friday 10:00am- 9:00pm and Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm. Blooming size orchids will be for sale from 5 different vendors. A show table of exotic blooming orchids will be for sale also. Come one come all and bring a friend. Questions:304- 724-9081/Flo.
Bunker Hill Train Club October 25, 2008, at the Frederick Co. Fair Grounds, Clearbrook, VA., Rt 11. Time 9:00a.m. - 2:00p.m., admission $3.00, under 12 Free. Contact Joe Vanorsdale, 304-229- 1930 or Ginny Cain, 1- 8 0 0 - 6 7 1 - 3 3 0 3 . Winchester & Western R/R Locomotive will be there to view.
Rhino\u2019s Haunted Trail October 24-31, 2008 hours Monday thru Thursday 7pm-10pm and Friday thru Sunday 7pm-11pm. Mon thru Thurs $15 per person and Friday thru Sunday $20 per person. Location Mountaineer Raceway 2170 Harold Drive, Inwood WV 25428. Exit 8-Tabler Station Road off I81, 15 min north of Winchester, VA. Not recommend for kids 10 years and under.
Saturday, October 18, 2008 4:00-7:00pm. Chestnut Hill United Methodist Church, Harpers Ferry, WV (intersection of Chestnut Hill & Hostler Rds.) Pancakes, sausage, sausage gravy, syrup, scrambled eggs, fried potatoes, drinks. Adults $6.00 Children 6-12 $3.00 Children under 6 free.
Middleway Day is Saturday, October 11, from 10am to 3pm. The outdoor festival features wagon rides, children\u2019s activities, raffles, crafts, exhibits, live music. Admission, parking, and most activities are free. Middleway is south of Route 51 between Charles Town and Inwood. For information call Linda Fricke at 304- 728-6400.
Would you like to help people who have cancer or other disabilities and cannot work? Call K&A Donation Center at 888- 538-8803. You can donate a vehicle, RV, boat, ATV, home, etc. and receive a tax deduction. We will pick up any donation.
Trinity Episcopal Church 200 West King Street will hold their annual Holiday Fair on Saturday, November 8th from 8am-2pm. The Sale will feature crafts, gift tables, homemade soups, baked goods, hamburgers & hotdogs. Crafters call 304-263- 0994 to rent an 8ft table for $20. Reply with fee by October 15th.
Kingdom Farm\u2019s Fall Festival Saturday October 11, 9am-4pm. Win a 2008 Schwinn 50cc scooter. Exit 321 Interstate I-81 Clearbrook, VA. 540- 667-6006. Fun and food for the whole family!
Zion Episcopal Church Annual Farmers\u2019 Market/Church Bazaar- Friday, November 7th from 9:00am-5:00pm and Saturday November 8th from 9:00am to 12:00 noon at Zion\u2019s Parish House, 221 East Washington Street, Charles Town. Call the Parish Office at 304-725-5312.
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