8am – Noon Waynesville Masonic Lodge 1351 Lytle Road, Waynesville *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
8am – 12:30pm Epiphany Lutheran Church Celebration Center 6430 Far Hills Avenue, Centerville *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
9:30 – 11:30am Miami Valley Hospital, Berry Women’s Health Pavilion One Wyoming Street, Dayton New parents or family members will learn how to provide aid to a choking baby and to perform infant CPR. This is not a course that “certifies” you in CPR. *Cost is $25 *Registration is Required – Call CareFinders at 866-608-FIND
If you’re from Southwest Ohio, you’ve probably been to the Cincinnati Museum Center. You may also have heard that the museum center’s home – Union Terminal – was the inspiration for the Hall of Justice, the Metropolis meeting point for the Super Friends.
One of the things we love about being a public television station is the ability to bring you documentaries and features from independent filmmakers – especially through shows like Independent Lens, which is moving to Monday nights on CET and will continue to air on Thursdays on ThinkTV16!
Are you a Downton Abbey fan? If so, you’ve probably been holding your breath for the third season right along with us. What will Bates’ future hold? How will the politics of the day affect the estate? When will those long-awaited wedding bells ring?
The tragedy in Newtown has created challenges for many parents – even as far away as Southwest Ohio. How do you talk to kids about scary news? How do you let them know they are safe? How do you keep them safe? How do you offer hope to those impacted?
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