AROUND TOWN THIS WEEK

August 15, 2017

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FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS


Join us at the Mountain Valleys Health Centers Wellness Week events.

We will be offering FREE Blood Pressure Checks.

Find us in Fall River Mills at the Plumas Bank parking lot on Tuesday, August 15 and at the Adin Community Park on Wednesday, August 16.

The event is from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

MMHD staff will also be on hand to highlight our new telemedicine program and offer information about our other service departments.

There will be giveaways and a drawing at each event.

We look forward to seeing you!ocal community members, Mr. Crosby and friends produced a second show to help finance the furnishings and equipment for Mayers Memorial Hospital.

Masons Receive 25 -Year  Pins


 During its annual picnic at the Intermountain Fair Grounds on Sunday August 6th, Fort Crook Lodge 250 of Free and Accepted Masons in Fall River Mills, Worshipful Master Jim Crockett presented seven members in attendance their awards for 25 years of membership, including: Walt Caldwell, Past Master; Steve Cureton; Irv Hudson, Past Master; John Leslie; Bill Rutherford; Don Smith and Fred Urbaneck, Past Master.

Twenty-one more members who were not in attendance are also receiving their Silver Anniversary Awards: Neil Barnett; Stephen Bosworth; Fred Boyle Jr., Past Master; Gary Cook; Gary Cook; Wesley Cook; Gordon Dick; Thomas Espil, Past Master; Glenn Gardner, Past Master; Jack Griner; Dean Harbaugh, Past Master; Bill Haynes, Past Master; Brian Hembling, Past Master; Herbert Leue, Past Master; Craig McArthur; James McIntosh; Francis McMullen; Hewell Moseby; Robert Robinson Jr.; Leslie Seaborn; Dan Shiplet; Robert Staton, Past Master; and Raymond Williams, Past Master. Fort Crook Lodge 250 received its charter in 1878.

Those interested in learning more about the Lodge and how it serves the Intermountain Community can contact Secretary Bob Boyce at 335-6023.




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