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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - February 9, 2010, Xenia, Ohio 4a tuesday february 9, 2010community report Greene county dailies Greene county healthy lifestyles Comer from the Greene county healthy lifestyles coalition Why do people who love the outdoors hibernate through the cold Mouths As they wait for Spring most of the time it s because people just Don t think they can stay warm. As you continue to train for the March 20 Quot Spring has sprung Quot healthy families 5k run walk the following guidelines can help you get beyond the initial obstacles cold weather can present.10 Winter training tips a use base layer clothing made from fabrics that Are designed to Wick moisture away from your skin. This will keep you dry and warm for the duration of the workout. A do not Over dress. Though this May feel Nice and comfortable at the beginning you3 r Healths families 5k run Wal March 20, 2010 will sweat much More than you would otherwise making your clothes wet. Wet clothes = cold body. Generally speaking if you feel slightly Cool before starting your activity you have dressed perfectly for the conditions. A dress to your training plan. Hard workouts will require less clothing than easier workouts. If you Are unsure How to dress bring a Shell jacket that can be used for your warm up and Cool Down but can be easily taken off and stowed for the More difficult part of the workout. A Wear shades. In most Cool or cold weather conditions sport sunglasses will protect eyes from the Bright Sun reflecting off of the Snow and prevent them from watering due to the cold or wind. A keep it Down. The Down coat is King when it comes to cold environments and intermittent activities that involve stopping. A Light weight Down coat is the perfect solution to keep you toasty during Winter sports that incorporate periods of prolonged rest. A staying on your feet and keeping them warm go a Long Way toward enjoying outdoor w inter activities. Over layering your feet will cause them to sweat which can Lead to cold toes. For cardiovascular based sports a single pair of warm wicking socks will normally do. In very cold conditions or for Gravity based sports use a double layer of socks. A a Good Trail running shoe provides extra traction for Slippery surfaces and Many offer Waterproof features that help keep your feet dry. In areas with deep Snow a pair of Light gaiters will keep the Snow out of your shoes. A h20. One of the biggest challenges for training in cold temperatures is avoiding dehydration. While it May feel unappealing drinking regularly during these lower temperature workouts is just As necessary As in warmer weather. Filling water bottles with lukewarm fluids will help to prevent them from freezing or being too cold to drink comfortably. A plan your route ahead of time. Use a Loop course to avoid getting too far away from Home in the event something were to go wrong during your activity. A avoiding Frost bite and hypothermia is the most important consideration when Community Calendar a brought to you today by. 2040331 or j m in preparing for cold weather activities. Make sure All of your skin is covered and carry an extra layer in Case the conditions change during your workout. The cold weather can bring a Winter wonderland of training possibilities. With a Little planning and knowledge along with the right clothing you will be amazed at How enjoyable the Crisp air can feel. Almost As Good As the Well deserved hot chocolate in front of a warm fire afterwards. This week s 5k training tip 6 weeks from race Day you re now 6 weeks from race Day. March 20. During this week of training you should still be doing a combination of walking and jogging to continue to build your endurance and strength. On your chosen training Days 3-5 Days Are recommended Start with a brisk five minute Warmup walk then a jog 1/4 mile or 3 minutes a walk 1/8 mile or 90 seconds a jog 1/2 mile or 5 minuted a walk 1/4 mile or 2-1/2 minutes a jog 1/4 mile or 3 minutes a walk 1/8 mile or 90 seconds a jog 1/2 mile or 5 minutes training tip brought to you by . Be sure to Check out next week s article that will feature another helpful tip from the Greene county healthy l lifestyles coalition of you would like to Register for the 5k. You can do so online at or print and mail a registration form with your payment by visiting w . For further questions please Call 937-374-5669. Thank you to our partners at the Greene county newspaper group. Pharmacy a wellness c i n t i r a free prescription delivery 10o i. Detroit St. Xenia a 374-0899 77 s. Central ave. Fairborn a 487-0328 Beavercreek february 1 to March 5 the read to your Teddy Reading Challenge for All Ages will be held at the Beavercreek Community Library from feb 1-mar. 5. Sign up to compete in the Challenge and enter a prize drawing and receive Ai invitation to the Berenstain Bear party. Bellbrook Sugarcreek february 4-18 the Bellbrook Sugarcreek Parks will present gentle yoga class on thursdays from 11 30 . To 1 . At the Community Center 2751 Washington Mill Road this class teaches relaxation techniques proper breathing gentle stretches and meditation allowing participants to increase strength flexibility balance endurance peace of mind and Overall wellness. The instructor is Steve Chappell please Wear Loose comfortable clothing and bring a mat or Blanket for adults the Cost is Sio per drop a class registration is required for More a formation Call 848-3535 or log onto february 9 anime group for Ages 12-18 will meet at the Waters Bellbrook Community Library at 4 . Meet with fans of japanese anime films the 2nd tuesday Crochet amp knit group for Ages 18 will meet at the Winters Bellbrook Community Library at 7 p in. Drop in for an hour of Crochet or knitting bring a project work together to answer questions and inspire each other a hatha yoga class Eclectic style of yoga and meditation based on sound principles of traditional yoga practice will be held from 7-8 30 at the Community Center 2751 Washington Mill Road please Wear Loose comfortable clothing and bring a mat or Blanket the instructor is Steve Chappell for adults the Cost is Sio per drop in class registration is required. For More information Call 848-3535 or log onto wow Cedarville february 11 the teen advisory group will be held at the Cedarville Community Library at 7 . Be heard at the monthly meeting to make the Library a teen Friendly place by planning programs and services. Clifton february 9 the old Clifton Days festival committee will meet at 7pm at the Clifton opera House. The topic will include various aspects to the festival activities entertainment. Fund raising All interested parties Are invited to attend please Call 937 767-2343 Jamestown february 9 homemade thank you cards a program for Ages 18 will be held at the Jamestown Community Library at 6 make 10 cards to share with family and friends. Registration is required february 15 the Jamestown Liberty group welcomes congressional District 7 candidate of col John Mitchel ret to their 6 meeting at the Pheonix Resta aunt in downtown Jamestown. All Are Welcome to attend it. Col. Mitchel is a member of the Greene county Republican Central committee and founder of patriots against Public corruption now. You can learn More about him at refer . For More information Contact 937-414-6182 Spring Valley february 13 its time for the Spring Valley lion s club annual Pancake breakfast at the Spring Valley senior Center. 1448 Spring Valley Palmersville Road from 7.00a.m to 1 00 pm. Serving All you can eat pancakes Pius sausage with Coffee Orange juice or milk for Only $5.00. Also serving sausage Gravy and biscuits for $5 of. Xenia february 9 a a act is very excited to be producing our very first musical auditions for a Fine and private place will be held february 8 and 9 at 7 00 pm. A Fine and private place is a charming love Story about two lost souls buried in a cemetery who fall in love needed 4 men. 2 women please prepare a Short song to sing without accompaniment or bring a cd to accompany you. You May also be asked to read from the script. The show dates will be May 28. 29 june 4. 5 and 6 in the new Kettering health network theater Xenia area Community theater. 45 e second St for details Call 372-0516. Greene county democratic club monthly meeting at 7 00 . In the party Headquarters. 87 e. Main Street. This month redistricting Ohio for More information Call 372-6003. F a a a Microsoft word program for Ages 18 will be held at the Xenia Community Library from 5-7 learn to use Microsoft office word registration required february 10 health screenings will be held from 9 to 11 30 . At the Xenia adult recreation 8. Services Center. 130 e. Church St., Xenia senior health screenings to include cholesterol Hal. Blood sugars including a1c for diabetics. Blood pressures. Height. Weight and others these Are being offered by Premier health also -11 30am monthly luncheon themed Quot gotta love that cupid Quot pictures will be taken. The entertainer is the music therapist from our local hospice Community and Greene Oaks nursing Center is the sponsor hospitality Homes will provide delicious desserts. Thanks to All of these groups for making the Center a great place to visit work and play. Sign up Early at the Center for the luncheon or Call 376-4353 no appointment or fasting needed for the testing. A a a the Xenia township Board of trustees will hold a special meeting at 4 of pm regarding a personnel Issue the meeting will take place at the Xenia township offices located at 8 Brush Row Road february 11 cd Flowers a program for Ages 7-12, will de held at the Xenia Community Library at 4pm learn How to turn an old cd into a cute Flower decoration. Registration required february 13 As your life change be sur your insurance keeps up. Get your free on your Side review today. Your agent will look at hundreds of ways to save you up to $500. Of Frye insurance services inc. Eugene r Frye or. Ciu Choc 157 South Progress drive suite a Xenia of 45385 937 372 8059 j nationwide on your Side Auto Home tile business menu Many by War Wanna no a via a Ito uhf Uty Joo Rome. Brim fwd m net conv. V of a Felt a Quot re no a Lily is mini by a Moi Wiy i a in mjg cd Mph Ltd 01 not Tion it Wie us my Hoof Chi cd Lumyou oh4jj1v2220 product and Side a courts a a Mui Lufi in a ton it it wry to net Oro dem turf a the Are come All Nof Newt vhf 5042cu Faith Community United methodist country club or. A Xenia a 372-7601 traditional service.8 30 &11 a in contemporary service.9 45 sunday school.9 45 &11 , senior pastor Bradford Olson a associate pastor Rick tettau the True elder brother parable of the prodigal son february 7 psalm 32 amp Luke 15 1-3 Collett gives you peace of mind bulk delivery service Home farm and commercial applications above and underground storage tanks serving the areas propane. Ref of. Needs since 1952 Pys an j campers to 372-9194 or 888 483-1352 1525 Burnett drive Xenia of. Submit news online inf county Mues of Arf family serving families Lowers donates to Xenia schools Xenia Xenia Community schools Xci a student and stall will both Benefit from the donation of approximately $5,000 in skid cordless drills combo kits. Sanders and circular saws from Lowes of Xenia. The tools will be used by die District s maintenance team in each school building Iii the District As Well As by students enrolled in the Xenia High school Industry technology program. Each item was tagged by the District with a Label that says Quot i Hank you i owes-12/16/09.�?� Lowes of Xenia was recognized As the 2009 partners in education Community partner of the year for their continued support of Xenia schools and its students. Bob Ford and the Ragamuffin live in concert at 7 30 pm in the Kettering health network theater. Xenia area Community theater. 45 e. Second St. When Bob Ford and the Ragamuffin hit the stage the fun is about to begin. Of amp a will entertain enlighten and engage you with their skilled musicianship their humor and their family fun Call for reservations of 372-0516. General admission $10, children under 12 $4 february 14 oath keepers is a non partisan association of currently serving military veterans peace officers and firefighters swore to support and defend the Constitution against All enemies foreign and Domestic a Region meeting will be held in the downstairs meeting room from 3-5 at the Xenia Community Library located 76 e. Market St. All Are Welcome for More information Contact 937-414-6182. Feb. 16. Apr. 20 May 18 come and enjoy a Light supper As Well As learn More about issues that affect us All Westminster presbyterian Church. 990 old Springfield Pike. Will be hosting the following events a planning for funerals and memorial services tuesday. Feb. 16th at 6 00 pm reverend Brian Maguire pastor at Westminster a estate planning apr 20th at 6 00 pm attorney. Don Weckstein a Long term care May 18th at 6 00 pm speaker Susan Millward provider and benefits specialist from the Greene county Council on aging please Call 372-9246 to make your reservations yellow Springs saturdays through april join us for the first year of a yellow Springs Winter Farmers Market at the yellow Springs United methodist Church. 202 n Winter St from 9 00 am to noon local growers and producers will have seasonal products every saturday through april for More information Call 937-767-7560 online of a sum @ yellow Springs com february 9 secret Valentines a program for All Ages will be held at the yellow Springs Community Library at 3 30 . Make Valentines to Send to nursing Home residents treats and door prizes too registration is required a a a author s Book talk by George Kraus for Ages 18. Will be held at the yellow Springs Community Library at 7 . Local author George Kraus talks about and reads from his Book a View from the cosmic Mirror reflections of the self in everyday life. Story idea of you have an idea for a local Story email Aaron Larson of and give a Brief description of the Story idea and How we can co fact you. Thank you for contributing to your local paper. Peifer Orchards farm Market or Shawhan Cam to Wright Nutt to and p aha Bil Ithon enter War follow my hospitalisation with new Onset diagnosis of Mema Ternest prior to admission to War or Shawhan was living independently at Home alone and was Independent with All activities of daily living and mobility. I Shawhan worked with both physical and occupational therapy during his stay and made excellent Progress in All areas. Upon admission this lest Dent was complain my of Back pain and presented with decreased Overall strength and endurance thus limiting All mobility and Adis. This resident was Al a Contact guard acus level with mobility due to his unsteadiness. At discharge or Shawhan was Independent in All of his motility without the use of an ass Stive device for Community ambulation both indoors and outdoors or Shawhan was Independent with All activities it cd Cully living and self care activities As Well As homemaking skills i. Shawhan was very determined to regain his Independence and return Home we greatly enjoyed assisting or Shawhan during his stay at Werc and wish him All the Best with his return Home 2039634 Wright nursing to rehabilitation Center 829 yellow Springs i Ari Lloid re. Pcs custodian Mike Pitzer Center takes a look at the new ski cordless Drill for the Central office with Lowes commercial sales specialist Don Adkins and Lowes District commercial account specialist de Thornhill. Submitted photos shown with one of the Many cordless ski drills donated to the school District Are left to right Don Adkins Lowes commercial sales specialist pcs coordinator of buildings and grounds Robert Smith de Thornhill Lowes District commercial account specialist and pcs supt. Jeffrey k. Lewis . Kevin Shawhan a fresh pressed Apple cider a farm fresh apples 4590 us 68 1 i. North of yellow Springs 767-2208 a Winter hours Friday saturday amp sunday 12-5 visit our

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