Tuesday, June 8, 2004

Neighbors briefs



Free screenings, massages available

MIDDLETOWN - Free blood pressure, cholesterol and depression screenings, as well as 10-minute chair massages, will be available at the Mid-Miami Healthcare Foundation's health fair 10 a.m.-2 p.m. today at Towne Mall center court. The health fair kicks off the foundation's efforts to raise $100,000 to establish and equip a new women's center at Middletown Regional Hospital.

Mercy adds physical therapy offices

SEAMAN - Mercy Hospital Clermont has opened new physical therapy offices in Adams and Brown counties.

The Adams County office is in the Northern Adams Medical Center, Hajaar Medical Group, 17862 Ohio 247 in Seaman. For appointment information, call (937) 386-0303.

The Brown County office is in a new building attached to the Mercy Medical Associates office at 7109 Bachman Road, near Purdy Road and Ohio 32 in Sardinia. For appointment information, call (937) 446-3499.

The health-care provider

already provides physical therapy at Mercy Hospital Clermont

in Batavia and at offices in Eastgate and Bethel.

'Olde Williamsburgh' event this week

WILLIAMSBURG - This Clermont County village is holding its annual "June in Olde Williamsburgh." The event will start at 5 p.m. Thursday and at noon Friday and Saturday.

Information: (513) 724-6107.

Free skin cancer evaluations offered

BATAVIA - Mercy Hospital Clermont is giving free evaluations for skin cancer today from 9 until 11 a.m. The skin/spot screenings will be conducted by dermatologist Dr. Z. Charles Fixler, who will check moles or areas of skin that have changed in size or color.

To schedule an appointment, call (513) 956-3729.

Mason police recognize credit union's efforts

MASON - The city's Police Department is honoring GE Credit Union at 9 a.m. Wednesday as a hard target for criminal activity. The credit union is at Tylersville and Butler-Warren Roads.

This is the third time police have recognized a business for taking extra security measures to prevent crimes.




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