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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland times news fire marshal releases tips for bum safety i m him i Miu i Ani Mai in Cumberland Mary land state fire marshal Brian s. Geraci recently stated a children rely on our ability to protect them from Burn injuries through our knowl Edge and experience. Please take the necessary Steps required to prevent these horrible injuries from the following safety tips will help protect you and those you love from needless Burn injuries in tin1 Home and abroad a teach children that matches and lighters Are tools and not toys instruct them to not touch them and Tell an adult if they find them within reach. A store All flammable Liq ids chemicals and cleaners out of reach of children or install child proof Locking mechanisms on the Cabinet floors a do not leave lit candles unattended a replace damaged electrical cords on appliances. A keep All hot items and anything electrical out of reach of children and away from edges of counters and tables. A remain with children when fire pits Chimineta or bonfires Are in use. The coals will remain hot for hours after a fire is extinguished ashes aet As an insulator and hot coals can easily cause Burns to exposed skin a establish a kid free zone where Young children can be watched but remain safely away from where cooking is being done. A when using the stove keep handles turned inward to eliminate being easily knocked to the floor. A do not handle hot items while holding Young children. A the water in a child s Bath should not exceed 104 degrees. Set your water Heater at 120 degrees or below to help prevent scald injuries a before placing a child in the tub test the water temperature by moving your hand through the water if the water feels hot it is too hot for a child. A always supervise children in t he Bath. In addition ensure that smoke alarms Are properly placed and working plan and practice your Home fire escape plan and know two ways out of every room plus include a specific location out Side to meet. For More safety tips visit fire marshal wow. Fema. Gov wow Burn pre wow. Home safety . Members of the Western Maryland health system foundation Are front Row from left Karen Johnson executive director John Balch outgoing chairman Kim Leonard incoming chairman and Tom Finan vice chairman. Second Row Chris Lockard Liz Rhodes Bettyjo Gehauf John a Jack Quot Mcmullen jr., v. Raul Felipa m d., and Sandra Saville. Back Row George w. Lapp jr., Dave Matthews Carl Quot Buck Quot Belt jr., Larry Boggs Doc Daugherty and Steven Smith m Absent from the photo Are Kelli Allaway Marlee Gabriele Patsy Koontz and Marc Zanger Secretary. Health system recognizes Balch h it a ii it i Mhz Al am him s in it s Cumberland the Western Maryland health system foundation recently recognized the accomplish rents of John h. Balch during the foundations business meeting. Balch who served As chairman of the foundation Board for nearly to years has stepped Down from his Leader ship role As chairman. Karen Johnson executive director of tin we is foun Dation cited Balchus exceptional leadership generous support and faithful Friend ship to the organization. Johnson stated that under Balchus chairmanship the foundations most proud accomplishment was Garner my the support of the Tommu nit in reaching an unprecedented local Campaign goal of $10 7 million in pledges All in support of tin Western Maryland regional medical Center other notable endeavours under Balchus leadership include the highly successful trauma services Mission Tours which culminated in $200,Ock in pledges from guests attending a Mission breakfast the first Ever we is employee Campaign resulting in $250,000 in pledges and his help in advancing the Wimis Golf classic from $40,000 in net proceeds to More than $100,000 annually. The foundations largest bequest gift to Date the Ted a Wolfe Trust was also finalized under Balch s chairman ship. In perpetuity the Wolfe Trust provides funding for medical and educational services for Allegany county Resi dents in need of financial assistance funding from the Trust has supported several worthy Grant projects strengthened Community partnerships and has created the Ted a Wolfe physician scholarship the scholarship is valued at $200,Ock and is designated for an Allegany county resident currently attending medical school or a residency pro Gram who has agreed to return to the Cumberland area to practice Medicine Ackerman Wolfe physician scholarship awardee is currently attending the Edward via College of osteopathic Medicine in Spartanburg s c. Balch expressed his appreciation to the foundation Board for its support and Friendship and his Honor in working for the Good of the Western Maryland health system Kim Leonard a Long time Friend and supporter of we is and former chair of the Hospital s governing Board was elected As found lion Board chairman with Tom Finan or. Serving As vice chairman and Marc Zanger As s Jean Rowland Circle holds luncheon meeting Ign ii i Mhz Mam it to mks in vis Cumberland the Jean Rowland Circle of Melvin United methodist Church met recently in the churches social Hall with 18 members attend my. Shelby Gable catered the luncheon president Wanda Shipley welcomed All those in a Terr dance and presided Over the business meeting. Devotions were Given by Norma manges and Janie manges. Norma manges gave a Reading on a a Angels fighting spirit Quot writ ten by a Grandfather whose very Young granddaughter was battling brain cancer and was cured. Janie manges gave a Reading on a elephants and the Secretary a and treasurer s reports were prepared by Marvel Almond and read by Barbara Deatelhauser Wavely White reported on Sunshine cards sent in May. Sil k and shut in reports were Given on Joy Weaver Judy Helmstetter. Barb and Larry Smith who is now at Home Howard Brede. Tracy Dawson Shirley Clermont s son Cleon Robertson and a Friend of Nancy Wigfield. Barbara Deatelhauser was honoured for her june birthday. The Circle will Honor fathers in Observance of father s Day during the june 21 Church service. The program will be under the direction of Shirley Wigfield. Nancy Carpenter will be the greeter and Ushers will be Barbara of Neal Peggy of Neal Janie manges and Barbara Deatelhauser the will he Ammi free the next meeting will be an inside picnic july i at noon in the Church social Hall each attendee is to bring a covered dish Wavely White will have the devotions. The meeting closed with the Benediction led by Norma manges. 2014 Foreman 4x4 electric shift Olive Srp $7,349 Sale Price $5,369 2014 rancher 4x4 manual is Olive Srp $6,899 Sale Price $4,869 2014 trx450er Srp $7,799 Sale Price $4,959 2014 recon Srp $3,949 Sale $2,499 2014 trx4ooxe Srp $6,399 Sale Price $4,499 5 Pioneer 700/2 Srp $10,299 Call for Price Community 3a thursday june 18. 2015 in in. 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