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Holiday party survival tips
Written by the American Counseling Association   
Thursday, 12 December 2013 15:18

The holiday season leaves many people feeling anxious and nervous as they receive invitations to office parties, family gatherings and other social events that they would rather avoid.

That’s understandable. While such events can be a great time to socialize, they also can lead to disaster.

We’ve all heard about or maybe even experienced the office party where someone did permanent damage to his or her reputation. Or that family gathering where Uncle Louie had one drink too many and told everyone what he really thought of them.

Check on older loved ones and neighbors
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 12 December 2013 15:17

Recent cold temperatures and predictions of snow accumulations are just a preview of what Old Man Winter will likely bring when he blows into town Saturday, Dec. 21.

For a variety of reasons, older adults often have a harder time adjusting during extreme conditions than younger people do. The Ohio Department of Aging encourages all Ohioans to check in on older neighbors and loved ones during severe weather to ensure that they have the resources they need to stay safe and healthy.

St. Boniface students grateful for family, pets, pumpkin pie
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 12 December 2013 15:16

Parents topped the list of blessings St. Boniface students are thankful for, followed closely by brothers and sisters, pets and pumpkin pie.

The annual feast was prepared by students and teachers and shared with invited guests. Over plates packed with turkey and all the trimmings, the school family and their guests shared what they were thankful for, and their favorite parts of the feast.

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