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June 2015 Monthly Archives

  1. Olmsted Falls – What’s coming up?

    Olmsted Falls has three summer/early fall family events to be held downtown to bring our community together with food, shopping, and fun. First Thursdays Will be held in downtown Olmsted Falls, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  on Thursday, July 2nd; September 3rd; and October 1st.  These festivals will include local arts, crafts, food, kid’s activities, […]

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  2. Tips on Summer Skin Care

    by measler

    Summer officially began June 21st, and the summer heat has arrived.  Take care of your skin and help reduce the risk of skin cancer by following these tips: Use a water-resistant UVA/UVB sunscreen with an SPF or 30 or higher. Reapply every 2 hours. Wear broad brimmed hats, wear long sleeves or shirts with high […]

  3. Employee Wellness Month

    by measler

    Category: Our Blog

    A lunch break at work should be used for more than just eating a delicious meal. This time may be dedicated to some routine outdoor exercise. Walking at a mild pace for about 30 minutes is considered to be a solid cardiovascular workout. Therefore, workers are encouraged to plan daily walks around an office building […]

  4. Basics on the SmartRide Program

    by measler

    Here are a few basic answers to your questions regarding the Smartride: No expense for you to get the device. Turn on your vehicle to activate the device. Device collects data on: Mileage Rapid Acceleration Braking Night Driving Device does not use GPS nor Speed. It will not void your vehicle’s warranty. Make sure to […]

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  5. Safety Tips for Time in the Sun

    by measler

    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    There are plenty of things to do outside in the sun, but there are some dangers if you don’t know of a few safety tips to keep in mind. These tips can keep you from getting sunburned, getting dehydrated or experiencing other issues caused by the sun. Sunscreen: Whether you think you need it or […]

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  6. Men’s Health & Educations Awareness

    by measler

    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    In an age that is dominated by digital gadgets, some men might suffer on an emotional and physical level. Sitting in front of a computer or tablet device leads to poor posture. Clinical studies have proven that a sedentary lifestyle is associated with an increased risk of aches and pain in the joints, muscles and […]

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  7. Men’s Health & Educations Awareness

    by measler

    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    In an age that is dominated by digital gadgets, some men might suffer on an emotional and physical level. Sitting in front of a computer or tablet device leads to poor posture. Clinical studies have proven that a sedentary lifestyle is associated with an increased risk of aches and pain in the joints, muscles and […]

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  8. Legendary Jack Hanna in Myrtle Beach!

    by measler

    The staff at T.I.G.E.R.S in Myrtle Beach welcomes the legendary Jack Hanna to Myrtle Beach on June 14! Nationwide Insurance has a long partnership with “Jungle Jack” Hanna and the Columbus (OH) Zoo for over 30 years, when Jack was a zoo director back in the ’70s.   His enthusiastic “hands-on” approach with wildlife and […]

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  9. Tips for Using Cookout Leftovers

    by measler

    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    There’s no need to throw away all of the food from a cookout as there are a few ways to use it in new dishes. Chicken: This is meat that has several used after a cookout. If you grilled the chicken, then you will find that it holds the smoky taste. Cut the chicken into […]

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