HEALTH AND SAFETY FAIR
Join us on April 20th at the community room at 1541 Hill Avenue for the Mt. Healthy Health and Safety Fair! The Health and Safety Fair runs from 12 PM-3 PM and will have tables from the Mt. Healthy Fire and Police Departments, Acute Hearing, Native Moon Apothecary, the Mt. Healthy Library, Women Helping Women, and more! Follow these links for more information.
PUBLIC LIBRARY PROGRAMMING SURVEY
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is asking patrons to complete a short survey about programming offered by the library. It should only take a few minutes to fill out and will help the library gain valuable insights into the wants and needs of its patrons as they relate library programming. If you have the time, please print and complete the survey, which can either be submitted to the library in person or emailed to Elizabeth Hartlaub at Elizabeth.Hartlaub@CincinnatiLibrary.org. Thanks for taking the time to keep our local libraries great!
MOBILE MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENING COMING TO MT. HEALTHY
On Friday, April 26th, TriHealth’s Women’s Services Van will be parked at 7700 Perry Street from 10 AM-2 PM. Appointments will be made in 10-minute intervals and patients should expect to spend approximately 30 minutes aboard the van. Appointments can be made by calling 513-569-6565 or visiting community.trihealthmobile.timetrade.com.
Tips to Stay Warm During a Power Outage:
Alert Hamilton County
Stay warm AND safe while the power is out. Please read some helpful tips for staying SAFE while trying to stay warm.
Limit time outside. If you need to go outside, wear layers of warm clothing, mittens, and a hat to cover skin.
While indoors, layer clothing and blankets to keep warm. Close doors to every room you will not be using and huddle members of your household in one small room.
Keep blinds and curtains closed to trap warmth in and keep cold air out. Use towels to block drafts under doors and on window sills.
If you are heating your home with a fireplace, be sure to have a metal or heat-safe screen. If you have a wood stove, keep doors closed unless adding wood or stoking the fire.
While generators can be helpful, DO NOT use your generator indoors. Keep the generator outside, in a well ventilated area, away from doors and windows.
If driving conditions are safe, you may consider visiting a shopping mall, restaurant, or library to stay warm and entertained.