Mary Alice Reporting –
~ More scams are being reported, this time from the Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Office. Residents are reporting that they are being contacted by an individual claiming to be David Cannon from the Sheriff’s Office and the caller attempts to discuss or serve legal paperwork. The local law enforcement agency does have a employee by that name, but he is not making these calls. The Sheriff’s Office reminds residents to never give out personal information, credit card, or gift card numbers. If receiving this type of call, just hang-up.
~ The Dennison Rotary is bringing back a popular blood screening that includes a $50 basic profile. Appointment are available, October 7th and the 14th, between 5:15 and 10:30am, at the Claymont Primary building, at 1200 Eastport Avenue, in Uhrichsville. Over 50 blood tests are conducted with optional testing at an extra charge. A 10 to 12 hour fast is required and online registration can be done starting September 1st by going online to www.dennisonrotary.com/health-checkup.
~ Anyone interested in donating blood can do so during a Vitalant drive set for this Friday, from 3:30 to 7pm. The Bloodmobile will be on N. Wooster Avenue, at the Dover City Park, near the tennis courts. Those interested can make an appointment at www.coordinator.vitalant.org and enter the code U4764. Donors are encouraged to eat beforehand and to bring a photo ID and a list of all medications. The necessity for donations is consistent as every two seconds someone in the United States needs blood, related to surgeries, cancer treatment, and other injuries.
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