‘Feingold’ discussion March 6 at WAEC
Renee Shutters, a representative from the Feingold organization, will be at Warren Area Elementary School to discuss the benefits of an artificial color and preservative free diet that can dramatically improve your lifestyle and health at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 6. Hear how you can cut your cancer risk and rid yourself, or someone you love, of symptoms associated with ADHD, aggression, asthma, bedwetting, depression, headaches, IBS, seizures, sleep problems and more. Come see the science behind the results. Reservations are appreciated but not required. For more information/reservations, call WAEC at 723-9061.
The BonTon luncheon group will meet for lunch at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20, at the Draft House, Pennsylvania Ave. E., Warren.
Cancer support offered
The Women’s Cancer Support Group willl meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, in Conference Room B at Warren General Hospital (WGH). Agnes McKenna, WGH’s registered dietician, will share information on healthy eating. New members are welcome. For information, call 726-1786.
Class to breakfast
Youngsville High School Class of 1954 will have breakfast at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Richard’s Restaurant, Youngsville.
Class to lunch
Warren Area High School Class of 1964 will have lunch at noon Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Conewango Club, Market St., Warren. All members of the class and their spouses or significant others are welcome.
Blood screening planned; register now
On-line registration for this year’s Kiwanis Blood Screening is now available under “Featured Events” at the bottom of the Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry (WCCBI) home page at www.wccbi.org . Use the “Not A Member” field to access the form. Only the blocks highlighted in red must be completed. The screening will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Saturday, April 27 , from 6 to 10 a.m. The costs for this year’s screening remains at $35 for the basic screening and an additional $25 for prostate screening. On-line registration will be available only through March 31.
Warren Rotary Club will once again provide a $2,000 scholarship, payable at $500 per year for four years to a Warren Area High School senior. To be eligible for the scholarship, the successful student must be enrolled in a four-year college program beginning the next school year. The criteria used to award the scholarship are academic achievement, involvement in school and community activities past and present, and financial need. Official application forms can be picked up from the WAHS Guidance Office. Deadline for submission is Tuesday, April 10, and completed applications are to be returned to the WAHS Guidance Office.