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November 18, 2019
 

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New Year, new chance to quit smoking

It’s another chance to successfully kick the habit

Note: This health column provided by the Ohio Northern University Healthwise Pharmacy

(RxWiki News) Whether you have tried many times to quit smoking or you have never once tried to quit, a new year means another chance to successfully kick the habit.

Although adult smoking rates are at an all-time low, cigarette smoking continues to be one of the leading causes of preventable disease and death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

With an estimated 480,000 deaths in the US each year related to smoking, smoking remains a serious health threat. But it's not too late to quit.

Icon introduces $30 special for community group event promotion

Promote your next fundraiser six different ways on the Icon

Attention church groups, service clubs, school groups and community organizations.

The Icon has a special $30 promotion plan for groups on a small budget that wish to promote events open to the public.

The $30 plan provides the group with the following:
• Banner ad on the top of the Classified page
• Classified ad post
• Facebook post
• Story announcing the event
• Listing on our calendar
• And, we’ll post your event flyer as a display ad

Liberty National participates in Welcome Home Program

Assists eligible homebuyers with a down payment or closing costs

Liberty National Bank will participate in the Welcome Home Program, a grant sponsored by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati, announced Ronald L. Zimmerly, Jr., bank president and CEO.

The Welcome Home Program  assists eligible homebuyers with down payment or closing costs when purchasing or buying a home.

It provides up to $5,000 in grant money for low to moderate income homebuyers and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

New this year to the program: Honorably discharged veterans and active duty military homebuyers may receive Welcome Home grants up to $7,500. 

Quest Federal Credit Union annual meeting March 16

Quest Federal Credit Union will hold its annual meeting at 9 a.m., Saturday, March 16, at the Hardin County Fairgrounds Community Building, Kenton.

The meeting is open to all shareholders and is an opportunity for member/owners to hear from the Board of Directors, CEO, and others about the achievements and activities of the staff and board of Quest.

In addition, the annual business meeting will take place. A list of eligible directors is  below and a biography for each can be requested from any Quest branch.

The Inn at ONU introduces a new menu

16-page menu planning guide includes an assortment of options

Check out the new 16-page events planning  menu and and the new menu at The Inn at Ohio Northern University. The Inn is located at 401 W. College Ave., Ada.

BOTH DOCUMENTS ARE ATTACHED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS STORY -

It includes menus for:
• Food and beverages
• Breakfast buffet
• Brunch
• Take a break (afternoon tea time and meeting breaks)
• Cold reception offerings
• Hot reception offerings
• Lunch buffets
• Plated luncheon entries
• Lunches
• Dinner buffets
• Plated dinner

New year’s health goals: Staying on track

Stress, alcohol, screen time and more can wreck your new year health goals

Note: This health column provided by the Ohio Northern University Healthwise Pharmacy

(RxWiki News) Almost any goal can become a New Year's resolution, but these resolutions often revolve around health. Whether you're trying to lose weight or get fit, watch for these problems that can derail your plans.

Stress, depression, alcohol, smoking, screen time and many other issues can stand in the way of your health goals in 2019. The good news is you can take steps to address these problems as you try to make your New Year's resolution a reality.

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