For those of us who have driven Interstate-71/75 between Ohio and Kentucky, crossing the Brent Spence Bridge can be a nerve-racking third of a mile. And if you have to cross each day during rush hour, the trip on the double-decker can be even downright scary. The lanes are narrow, there’s nowhere to pull over and, in places, you can see straight through the grids to the water below.
CET and ThinkTV are excited to announce that we’ll be airing Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust this week. This previously untold story tells the tale of how more than 1,300 Jews escaped the Nazis by immigrating to the Philippines.
8:30am - Noon Schuster Heart Hospital 3535 Southern Blvd, Kettering How at risk are you? A snapshot of current cholesterol levels (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglyceride), blood sugar, blood pressure and other risk factors for heart disease. Plus an individual risk consult. Research shows modifying these risk factors can prevent heart disease. *Cost is $24 *Registration is Required - Call 937-395-8492 for more information and to schedule a screening.
6 - 7:30pm Schuster Heart Hospital 3535 Southern Blvd, Kettering Free education class to help you understand how heart disease occurs and to help you learn lifestyle strategies for optimal heart health. Call 937-395-8492 for more information.
4 - 7pm St. Francis DeSales Catholic Church 20A Desales Avenue, Lebanon *Donor must be 17 years old (16 with parental consent) *Must present a CBC Donor ID Card *Must weigh at least 110 pounds To make an appointment - donortime.com or 937-461-3640
8:30am - 12:30pm Bellbrook Fire Department - Bloodmobile 4254 West Franklin Street, Bellbrook *Donor must be 17 years old (16 with parental consent) *Must present a CBC Donor ID Card *Must weigh at least 110 pounds To make an appointment - donortime.com or 937-461-3640
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