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Friday, July 28, 2017 - The News - Page 3A rlnl July is heating up By Emily Lundy Special to The News TRINIDAD-July is going to continue its hot ways until the last. Rain would be nice. We miss people be- cause of moving away or unable to get out. Some of these include Valerie Cooley, Avon Howard, Sue Allen, Flora Robb, Betty Terry, Sue Mont- gomery, Minnie Lou Morgan, Valerie Cooley, Roger Kelly, Pok twins, Red Shirley, Erma Dick- ey, Evelyn Beaver, Hack Cooley, Ruby Williams, Joe Moser, Essie Wil- son, Tom Lee, Barbara Mathis, Royce Heick- man, Gwen Finley and Candy Brown. Classes begin Aug.24 for Trinidad. Teachers will be reporting Aug. i4. A math teacher was being sought last month; Samuel Adams is the new Ag teacher. Two new coaches have been hired: foot- ball - Chad Satcher (Mt. Calm) and boys' bas- ketball - Bryan "Bo" Martin (Crossroads.) Last year was excit- ing for girls' volleyball as Tina Sawtelle's team made it further than any team from Trinidad and stayed in final competi- tion for weeks. Deanna Tart's one-act play placed fourth at state with Eden Mizel taking top honors. Yina also coaches girls' basketball. The Pok twins, remain- ing in Children's Hospital in Dallas, now weigh over 7 pounds each and would be a little over two weeks old if not born pre- maturely. Procedures to help the girls in covering all organ duties continue. Vacations are winding up or down. Visits have been made to Texas com- munities, other states, such as Florida, Tennesee and Colorado. Railroad tracks contin- ue to have maintenance done. Some redone or new homes are for sale in the community. Still, the movement continues by the city to clean up and demolish what has no use. Living Well Continued from Page 2A got kind of depressing, of seniors, and that is recommends people in- subscription so I could It wasn't fun anymore making these brain game corporate cognitively put three of four of you and I stopped doing it. companies very rich, but stimulating activities into on my account and we I meant to get back to it, they point out there is no their lifestyle to help could see who could get butwell, youknow how miracle cure to guarantee maintain their brain the animals home first. it is. I was feeling kind brain health, health as they age," says of guilty about it, but I We can, however, help Marilyn Albert GCBH still wasn't doing it. ourselves maintain our chair. She adds the sooner Now my guilt has memory, reasoning skills we start, the better. beenlitted.Anewreport and abilit.y to focus by Thank you, Marilyn, by the Global Council engaging in such brain- for lifting my guilt for on Brain Health says stimulating activities as not doing my Luminos- that "brain-training" leaming a new language, ity games. I'll try to keep games do little if any building new relation- doing more of those other Advertise Your good. They suggest that ships, volunteering, tak- good things you recom- Business or Event memorizing a long list ing classes or finding a mend. I do feel a little STATEWIDE of coffee orders, match- new hobby, bad for spending all that R iona! ads available ing puzzle pieces or get- Physical exercise has money on a family sub- ting a carload of online proven to improve brain scription for the thing. animals to their homes health, and dancing has But I will admit some of before you run out of been shown to be one of those games are tim, and gas may not really do a whole lot for your brain health. They do have some other suggestions. "Seeking out brain- stimulating activities is a powerful way for a person to positively influence their brain health as they age," says AARP Executive Sarah Lock. She says, for ex- ample, doing online research is better for you than online bird- shooting. Researchers recognize maintaining brain health is the num- ber one health concern the best exercises. What all these activities have in common, says AARP, is that they are novel, highly engaging, and fun. 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