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Friday, December 7, 2012 - The News - Page 3A Master Wellness Volunteer training begins in January Special to The News Finding reliable re- isources of health and well- ness information can be a challenge. Since 1906, Texas A&M AgriLife Ex- tension Service has provid- ed Texans with guidance in various health areas and is now training volunteers to provide more communities with the tools needed for healthy living. The Master Wellness Volunteer Initiative is an AgriLife Extension pro- gram that provides volun- teers with 40 hours of train- ing in health and nutrition education. In return, the volunteers agree to give back 40 hours of service. The volunteer opportuni- ties are diverse giving presentations for local community groups, assist- ing with periodic cooking schools, distributing infor- mation at health fairs, and much more. Previous "health or wellness training is not required, but an inter- est in living healthfully and helping others to do the same is. "The mission of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to provide quality research-based information to the public is dependent on the involvement of trained volunteers to ex- tend our reach into the community. Each of the programs offered by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is enhanced by the dedicated volunteers who want to improve lives and improve Texas. Volunteers are vital to accomplishing our mission in extension," said Lauren Tedford, Hen- derson County FCS Exten- sion agent. Volunteer train'mg -for tie program will be held on five consecutive Thursdays from Jan. 10 - Feb. 7. The training will focus on phys- ical activity, nutrition, food safety and food demonstra- tions, child health, various AgriLife Extension health programs, and more. There will be a $40 charge for each participant. Those in- terested in participating may call Lauren Tedford at the AgriLife Extension of- fice in Henderson County at 903-675-6130 or e-mail lauren.tedford@ag.tamu.e du for more information. COURTESY PHOTO ............ TVCC College Day Patrick Munoz, admissions counselor for University of Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton, talks to a group of high school students about the options his institu- tion has to offer students. UMHB was just one of more than 20 schools recently represented on the TVCC-Athens campus during College Day. Each year, the college hosi, s four-year schools from around the state. Each visiting college presents in- formation to both high school students from around the area and to current TVCC students looking for information on transferring. Stop by for a FREE Winter and AntifreeZe checi[ Fuel Injection Service Special $40 Accepts all major credit cards/ Reliable & Honest Service John Davies ASE Certified Technician 90 Rd i "'My Plumber WilI Smell Good And Show Up On Tiine Or I~11Pav You!'" "" NOW CASTING ........ - -- Calling All Amateur Bakers.' I 1 Open Casting CaIIDALLAS I / LUMBINO Saturday December t5, 2012 I / ':]ii iL, II I . , 11am-4pm l 1 DUO- All Things Culinary '1 ! 903-887-~...~ 903-675:6540 " 7721 Inwood R~t, Dallas Tx, 75209 I J ~ . M.38248 For more mfo and to apply visit our website: J %1 www.lW1)~CleanPlaml~er.eom LOCAL/.)" TEXAN OWNEP OPERATEP ExP=m .c=. 3 Y= s m tAo -Fl t 10-6. Sxr 10-3 N .X'T "TO I.O W 'F B .#INP BClR I IIV LAY'AWAY NOW SETS Bu.0 r0P From $100 114 E. Texas Rd Gun Barrel City Behind McDonald's Trinity Valley Community College Online Registration is now available Io register at Nov. 12, 2012 to Jan. 7, 2013 or in person Tuesday, Ja )uary 8, 2013 for specific registration ~imes, visit WW w+t vc c.0x'h.i/~ e-gis t r a ~ call 903.677.TVCC for more information TVCC ~ an ~f~rmative ac ~;o~'eq,Ja~ opport ~t~t y m~{t ~#t ~c,n t ,, . 3YEAR ....... :] Warranty ~i L fe Time Service ~ ~]~ (ilia tam:l Ci~ ()flice: / - Wireless technology N- M-',=r rX Gun arrel L,J Remote Control My Pal ...... wh.rh vn. M~v Trnv., ~ ~OINI 1~ TV Link,. : ........... ' ..... ii ' Soundsheard: i PhOne 903,88e: '! i 903,887-48 : |] # Moments cherished IP~I UUU UI'~" !| ~~ i Memories made. Ill __ _ I| 1 ................. ...... ~ - Intelligent technology ! .. A Set of IJ ..... ] for better memories | Bearing _AI_0s- I| iiii~,i~ ........ : i11i!4i4 Glen Lakes ii!i' I li "Super|orllstening I uner ~-xp,res 12,31,12 ~ :~'!@~': ~,,~:~ comfortand reliability~ SpeeialidnginDiabetes,Glaucoma & Retina CALL TODAYI GBC 903-887 0839 214,692'6 ii ii] Terrell 972 563-5300........... No Needles .... ComprehensiveEye l~d SurgeryEye Exam, ! Gun Barrel Ci~ -Athens Tyler Quitman ContaetLenses .... 1 Glasses Prescriptions Filled Me ment! MOST INSURANCE ACCEPTED Financial Plans Available. See Store for Details. Benefits of hearing aids vary by type and degree of heafling loss, noise environment, accuracy of hearing evaluations and proper fit. Beltone Healing Care Centers are indepe!,aently,rowned and operated, @Beltone 2012