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March 19, 1980

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Wednesday, March 19, 1980- Page 5 Four Health Fairs in County during April If you believe the old adage "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure", you'll certainly want to take ad- vantage of the free health screenings at one of the upcoming 1980 Sonoma County Health Fairs in April. Free health screenings, counseling and referral services will be offered at four different locations during this year's Sonatas County Health Fair '80, being co-sponsored by the Sonatas County Board of Supervisors, KRON-TV and Chevron Oil Company. This second annual "Health Fair Week" in Sonatas County will take place on the following dates at the following locations : Saturday, April 19, II a.m. to 4 p.m., Veterans Memorial Building, First and Church Streets, Gucrneville; Sunday, April 20, I0 a.m. to 6 p.m., Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 13,51 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa; Tuesday, April 22, I p.m. to 7 p.m. Veterans Memorial Building, 1094 Petaluma Blvd. South, Petaluma; and Thursday, April 24, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., was re-elected Commander of Ray Veterans Memorial Building, V.F.W. on Tuesday the 4th of March 126 First Street, Sonatas. was also elected Commander of Post 57 of The Sonatas County Public Health Department, Cam- Legion on Monday the 10th of March in munity Hospital, Mental Janice Health Department and .... Public Information Office, will be taking an important part in the four county health K fairs, which the Board of ahn speaks at Supervisors recently agreed to co-sponsor, In addition to icD State forum go00e00omeot 0000oo00ies above, 24 other local com- munity health agencies will SUpervisor how people use their land to take part in Sonoma County's ",-.uaate for federal bureaucrats."_ Health Fair '80. These in- ngressional At the Sonoma State forum, clude the American Red Ocratic Bark said the Federal Cross, The American Cancer pay called government should assume ;,,_ eorma control of land use planning ,,__uerai. land because local governments nous at- have failed to protect our Irol.,, resources, decision-nmking authority is statement Kahn said he "disagrees a far better alternative." k-end can- totally" with Bark's position. Kahn said his work with the at Sonatas "The loss of agricultural and Sonatas County General Plan saidBork's timber lands to sprawling convinced him that local ;.(mounced development is a serious government can do an ef- 1trates problem. Creating a new fective job of fiscally and lifference in federal bureaucracy, environmentally sound land !:P[ govern- however, is no answer. Poor use planning. i"  management of our national He said that citizens have or Congress grazing lands shows that shown the ability to affect bring more federal control is no local government decisions. POWer back guarantee of wise "Give this process to the their own management of scarce federal bureaucracy and we said. resources. The combination can forget about the private es of state guidelines to protect citizen having any impact," of agricultural lands and local Kahn said. grams offered at ille High School Mmi- 12:00. offered body two Students to make after from in on the .and throw make outreach programs to discuss drug use and teen-agers. COMPUTOR DEMON. STRATION Rafael Rivera, Strawberry School, Santa Rosa, demonstrated the uses of the APPLE and RS 800 Classroom Computers and their application in the average school. VARIOUS SESSIONS Steve Burton conducted a session designed to teach the game of backgammon. Ms. Connie Bentley, the Bernina Sewing Machine representative for Nova Sewing Center, Santa Rosa, gave a demonstration of the latest Bernina machine. Dave Howell, Healdsburg Motorcycle Shop, Heald- sburg, demonstrated a Kawasaki moto-cross bike and lectured on moto-cross techniques. Julie Nation of the Julie Nation School presented an hour session on make-up and good grooming. A new film on the Olympics was also made available; included during this session was a second film dealing with ancient games that form the basis of the present-day Olympics. Mini-course days presented to allow small group sessions on subjects which might not be incorporated into a school curriculum otherwise. Two such days have been held previously and received high marks from student evaluators. Serving on this year's mini- course committee were Steve Burton, Toni Davis, Greg Davis, Monica Benttari and Gloria Weldon, all instructors at the high school; student members were Anna Felciano, Nadine Lopez and Paco Henningsen. Also of. fering assistance were Susie Morre, and Sue Smith, Vice- Principal. SOnoma COuncil, COunty School presents in-service for parents & teachers bring your own sack dinner if All interested persons are you wish..the Site Council will invited to attend this lily" provide coffee and cookies, workshop at Washington 7-8 p.m.: Dr. Stanley School. If you would like Davis, Psychiatrist- more inforrnation concerning of Counselor, Healdsburg this workshop, please feel and "Disipline". free to contact the school. 8-9 p.m.: Questions and See you there! School will be :  break:i.. Answers. closed Thursday, March 20th. of Supervisors on court scene door for $1 each. If further information is needed con- cerning this game, please feel free to phone the Supportive Physical Education Dept. at 527-4470. This game is promised be the most exciting basketball game anyone Ires ever experienced. of tOthe m the J.C. Jr. have of .*fit Wheelchair Basketball game. This game will mark the 4th year that the J.C. Wheelers have played against the tough Supervisors. The game will be held in the Tauzer Gym, on the Santa Rosa Jr. College campus, April llth, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be bought at the Society, Heart Association of the Redwood Empire, Op- tometric Society, Santa Rosa Junior College, Sonatas County Indian Health Project. Redwood Empire Dental Society, Brookwood Hospital, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, American Podiatry Association, Lung Association of the Redwood Empire, Volunteer Action Center, Petaluma People Services Center, Petaluma Coordinating Council, March of Dimes, Council on Aging, RSVP, Common Health Club, Community Child Care Council. Sonatas Valley Hospital, Sonoma County Medical Association, Weight Watchers, and the Santa Rosa Speech and Hearing Center. Coordinating the Sonoma County Health Fairs are Mary Lindhauer and Nona Lucas, both representing the American Red Cross. For adults, blood pressure, anemia, height, weight, visual acuity, hearing, podiatry, glaucoma, oral creening, health appraisal and nutrition screenings will ake place at all four !ocations. Optional blood tests ($7 charge) for diabetes, cholesterol, triglycerides, syphilis and gout will also be available. There will also be a Children's Section at all four health fairs, where the following services will be available: height and weight checks, blood pressure readings, Scoliosis screening plus vision and dental checks. Also, there will be a Health Education Activities Center providing health information and resources at each Children's Section. In essence, the 1980 Sonoma II County Health Fair screenings promote the concept that an individual is responsible for the upkeep of his or her own body. The Health Fairs also stress the importance of preventive health care. Finally, it is important to remember the importance of preventive health care. Finally, it is important to remember that Health Fair '80 screenings do not take the place of physical examinations by a doctor. The goal is to alert in- dividuals to possible health problems. 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