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March 2015 Monthly Archives

  1. Earthquake — Is Your Home Protected?

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    There seems to be a whole lot of shaking going on!  Are you familiar with the basics of earthquakes? Last year, in the United States alone, there have been 14, 721 earthquakes, ranging from 1.5 Magnitude and up. There are 6 classes of earthquakes: 1) Minor:  1.5 – 3.9 Magnitude  — Smaller quakes usually are […]

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  2. Importance of Getting a Full Night’s Sleep

    by measler

    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    The amount of sleep that is deemed sufficient varies according to age and also according to individualized needs. Generally, eight hours of sound sleep is recommended for adults. It’s important to note that there is a difference between sound sleep and a restless night of tossing and turning. When you consider the detrimental consequences that […]

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  3. Melting Snow and Flood Insurance

    by measler

    Category: InsuranceOur Blog

    Floods are often associated with heavy rainfall, hurricanes and tidal surges. However, the melting of snow can pour an enormous volume of water onto a property. After a harsh winter, a significant amount of snow can accumulate around a house. When temperatures rapidly increase in the spring season, the rapid melting can saturate the ground […]

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  4. Ohio Farm Bureau Community Breakfasts

    by measler

    Join us for these networking events where local farmers connect with one another and provide locally grown goods.  We’ve provided the basics…to learn more, visit each county’s website.   March Breakfasts: Morrow County March 21 | 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Cost: $1 or two canned goods for the food pantries Muskingum County March 21 […]

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  5. Be a Responsible Party Host on St. Patrick’s Day

    by measler

    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    St. Patrick Day parties are a lot of fun. However, things can sometimes get out of hand. One of the keys to making sure everyone has fun and stays safe is to be a responsible party host. Below are some tips for being a responsible party host: Set rules: You should set some rules for […]

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  6. Inland Marine Coverage for your Commercial Business

    by measler

    If you are an artisan contractor, your livelihood begins with your tools.  Tools you may have purchased over a lifetime, can be gone in an instant. Insurance protection on your tools is not automatically covered under a General Liability policy or a Business Owner’s policy. One of the most common Inland Marine coverage, protects your […]

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  7. Community Event: Annual Park Synagogue Purim Carnival (photos!)

    The Purim Carnival, held Sunday March 8th from 11am to 2pm was a huge success.  Michelle Sharp, of Eichler Insurance DBA A Consultative Insurance Group Agency, shared the following photos of the event.  Thanks Michelle for bringing this community event for kids to our attention!

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  8. Your Home and Poison Prevention

    by measler

    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month. Poisoning leads to thousands of deaths per year. There are a number of steps you can take to protect you and loved ones from poisoning. Below is a list of tips that will help: Lock up medications and cleaning products: Children are much more likely to be poisoned than […]

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  9. Take Me Out To The Ballgame

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    Opening Night Ceremonies of the Pineview Dixie Youth Baseball, a local West Columbia, South Carolina organization consisting of Wee Ball, T-Ball, Minors, and Coaches Pitch, ranging from ages 3 to 10 years of age, will be March 7th. This will be an all-day event for most players and their families, consisting of photos, team introductions […]

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