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INCLEMENT WEATHER NOTICE - Monday, January 14, 2019.
Due to unsafe road conditions, Monday services have been suspended. We will be operating on a one day delay Tuesday through Saturday. Please continue to check here for updates.
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January 09, 2019 - 02:24pm
The kitchen is one of my favorite places, right behind whichever room my gaming system is currently set up in. Cooking and preparing food for family holds a special place in my heart, so my kitchen is typically kept clean and ready to roll.
The more I cook, the more I realize there is a major waste problem surrounding the kitchen and cooking. Everywhere you look there are vegetables wrapped in plastic, to-go containers that can’t be recycled, and an abundance of useless packaging.
August 20, 2018 - 10:47am
This month is dedicated to education and emphasizing the importance of water, its quality, and threat of pollutants.
August is the last month of summer and chance to squeeze in a vacation before school starts back and the cooler weather of Fall begins. While you enjoy this warm weather and water activities around it, consider the impact you can make on water quality.
Water sustains all forms of life, all over the planet.
August 20, 2018 - 10:33am
With all the awesome things to do during the summer, hydration is not at the top of our list. Until it ruins our plans for the day, that is. Dehydration is a serious issue during the warmer months and can turn into a life-threatening situation pretty quickly. It’s a major bummer to be down for the count instead of spending time with your family and friends.
Regardless of its significance, keeping hydrated is relatively easy. We’ve put together five simple tips to keep in mind all Summer ’18.
February 11, 2016 - 12:00am
Years ago, when recycling was first gaining attention, people used to talk about the 3 R’s of environmental responsibility: Reduce, Re-use and Recycle.
Today, we live in a more complex world where the 3 R’s are still (if not more) vailed, they have expanded. Not only do we now know to perform these environmental steps in order, but we have added several more R’s.