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THS MATH NIGHT/PARENT WORKSHOP

WHERE: Thomson High cafeteria

WHEN: Tuesday, October 27, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

FOR MORE INFO: The Thomson High School Mathematics Department will host this event to discuss the new mathematics curriculum and to offer suggestions for improving student performance in math. Refreshments will be served.

CANCER SUPPORT GROUP

WHERE: First Baptist Church, Thomson

WHEN: Tuesday nights, 7 p.m.

FOR MORE INFO: Open to the community, meeting in a friendly place to anyone affected by cancer; this group is for you. The church is on 253 Jackson Street, Thomson. The parlor room is at the covered north entrance. For questions call Anne Moss, 706-825-1002 or First Baptist Cancer 706-595-4252.

PIONEER DAY

WHERE: Lincoln County Historical Park, Lincolnton

WHEN: November 21, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

FOR MORE INFO: This is a free, fun-filled day of family entertainment, living history demonstrations, antique tractors and southern cooking.

HEALTH SCREENING

WHERE: The Thomson Depot

WHEN: October 21

FOR MORE INFO: Sponsored by the Gerontology Research Foundation's program called HealthScreens. This is an opportunity to receive state-of-the-art testing to determine your current health baseline. Ultrasound technologists use high frequency sound waves, not radiation, to view your arteries and internal organs. Testing includes checking risk for stroke, heart attack, abdominal aortic aneurysms, PAD, thyroid disease, kidney disease, cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes and other preventable illnesses. Original sonograms are included in your immediate report. Call HealthScreens for more information or to schedule: 1-877-854-4735 or go to www.healthscreens.net.

RECOVERY SUPPORT GROUP

WHERE: Springfield Baptist Church Conference Room

WHEN: Every Monday, 10-11:30 a.m.

FOR MORE INFO: NAMI Recovery Support Groups are open to all adults who have a mental illness or who have a family member or friend who has a mental illness, regardless of diagnosis. Everyone is a valued participant. The groups are led by individuals who themselves are living with a mental illness. All groups are confidential. Contact Precious Wiley 706-595-6252 or 706-699-4299 or April Warner at lirparenraw@yahoo.com.



Web posted on Thursday, October 08, 2009













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