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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, January 8, 2015 Page 5 MSDH Receives Funding For Rape Prevention Training RINGING BELL FOR A GOOD CAUSE -- Alpha Kappa Alpha So- rority, Phi Mu Omega Chapter of McComb-Brookhaven, recently rang the bell for the Salvation Army's The Mississippi State Classified ads must be Department of Health's paid in advance. $12 for up (MSDH) Office Against to 60 words. Every word over Interpersonal Violence 60 word limit, additional 13 (OAIV) has received addi- per word. Tear sheets cost $5. tional funding of $15,750 Deadline for all classified ads from the Centers for Dis-, is Friday at noon. No excep- ease Control and Preven- tions! Marl to P. O. Box 696, tion to conduct rape pre- Wood~lle, MS 39669. vention training in middle 1]tf and high schools across the LOOKING FOR SHUT- state. TERS: Need wooden window People who use violence shutters 6 feet tall by 16 with their dating partners inches wide. Call 601-888- as adults often began do- 4293. ing so during adolescence. 3/6/tf In the U.S, studies indi- cate that young women SPACE tIF_~TER $75. ages 14 -17 represent 38 Ca11601-888-4293. percent of those victim- 12/26/ff ized by date rape, but both POSTED: All lands in girls and boys can be vic- Wilkinson County owned tims and perpetrators of by the Ed Rollins Family, abuse. Nationally, studies AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are also show that among stu- posted against all hunting, dents currently dating, 59 fishing and otherwise tres- percent have experienced passing. All former permis- physical violence and 96 sions are revoked unless ob- percent have experienced tained in writing. -- Estate psychological or emotional of Joan & Edward S. Rollins abuse. 4/14 The evidence-based POSTED AND PA- "Safe Dates" training will TROLLED: All lands in be conducted by Missis- Wilkinson County on the sippi's 10 Rape Crisis Cen- Raccoon Road owned by the ters and will work with one Estate of St. Clair Ross are pilot school in each region, hereby posted against hunt- helping students to: ing, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All former per- missions revoked, unless ob- tained in writing. Violators will be prosecuted. -- Estate of St. Clair Ross 10/13 "Red Kettle Campaign" at Walmart. Pictured are as follows from left to right: chapter members Madeleine Floyd, Sandra Isaac and Mary Hel- ena Thompson. -- Photo Submitted 95% Of 28,452 Mississippians Enrollment Snapshot that cap- Who Chose 2015 Marketplace Lures more recent enrollment Plans GotTaxCredit activity in the Marketplace. The Weekly Snapshot shows that from November 15 to De- According to a report re- cember 26, nearly 6.5 million leased by the Department of consumers selected a plan or Health and Human Services were automatically reenroned. Understand what on December 30, 28,452 people Open Enrollment in the constitutes healthy versus in Mississippi selected plans Marketplace rims from Nov. abusive relationships through the Health Insurance 15, 2014, through Feb. 15, Marketplace leading up to the 2015. Consumers should visit Identify and discuss in the ceming weeks that a bet- ter plan exists for their families, they can make that change at any time before the end of open enrollment on February 15. Consumers can find local help at: gov/. Or call the Federally-facil- itated Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318-2596. TrY users should call 1-855- 889-4325. Translation services are avail- December 15 deadline for cov- INVITATION Tis the season for giving!!! "Glory be to the Father, Son and the Precious Holy Ghost." You are cordially invited to at- tend a Benefit Program Honor- ing Sister Demetric Johnson on Saturday, January 10, at 5 p.m. at the Embrew Bap- tist Church in the Buffalo community. This program is sponsored by Sister Kathale- an Johnson, Sister Chavonda Heynard and Sister Kimbmi]le Johnson. Many thanks in ad- vance.- Rev. Frank Sullivan, pastor LRMC Diabetes Support Group Meeting Jan. 13 Lane Regional Medical COn- ter will hold a Diabetes Support Group meeting on Tuesday, January 13, from 2 pzn. to 3 pma. in the Diabetes Education Office, IDeated at 4801McHugi Road, Suite C, in Zachary, Loui- sian Are you Type 1 or Type 2?. An Old Hand or Newly Diag- nosed? Know a friend or loved- one with Diabetes? Would you like to learn more about Dia- betes or reinforce what you already know? We welcome all who have Diabetes including family, friends and any others in a supporting role. Registration is NOT Re- quired. For more information, contact Sherri Brady, RN, at (225)658-4583. to review and able. The call is free. for data elements across states dating abuse, its causes erage beginning Jan. 1, 2015. compare health plan options. The information contained and Marketplace types. POSTED: All lands in and consequences About 95 percent of Missis- Consumers shoppingforhealth in the report provides the most To mad the monthly enroll- Wilkinson County owned by sippians who selected health insurance coverage should sign systematic summary of enroll- ment report visit: http'.#aspe. the undersigned are hereby * Provide skills and re- insurance plans in the first upbyJan. 15, 2015, in order to ment-related activity in the] posted against all hunting, sources to help themselves month ofopen enrollment were have coverage effective on Feb. Marketplaces to date. Datafor MarketPlaceEnrollment/ fishing and otherwise tres- or friends in abusive dat- determined eligible for finan- 1, 2015. Ifconsumers who were the various metrics are counted Dec2014/ib 2014Dec enroll- passing. All former pennis- ing relationships cial assistance to lower their automatically reem~lled decide using comparable definitions ment.pdf - - sions are revoked, unless ob- monthly premiums, compared tained in writing. Violators Develop healthy re- to 87 percent who selected [~r will be prosecuted -- Dick S. lationships, including plans over a similar period last IL Whitaker positive communications, year. Of the 28,452 Mississip- 7/17/6 mos anger management and plans who selected a plan, 42 conflict resolution percent reenmlledin a Market- TROLLED: All lands in According to research-placecent signedplan inup2015for theandfirst58time.per" Wilkinson County located ers at "Safe Dates, stu- Today's report provides the at 1129 Ford's Creek Road, dents who participatedfirst detailed analysis of en- Woodville, MS, owned by in the training have been rollment in the Marketplaces lasse$.Trelningi For Snle, Misc. Services.Legal Verna M. Freeman are shown to have fewer rape for the first month of the 2015 hereby posted against hunt- issues five years after cam- open enrollment period. Be- J ing, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All former per- missions revoked, unless ob- tained in writing. Violators will be prosecuted. -- Verna M. Freeman 10714/2vp ': LRMC Free Prenatal & Newborn Baby Care Class Jan. 31 st Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary, Loui- siana, will offer a FREE prenatal and newborn baby care class on Saturday, Jan- uary 31, at 10 a.m. in the pleting the training than cause the automatic reenroll- students without training, ment process for the 37 states The Center for Disease using the plat- Control funded training form(indudingMississippi)be- program has resulted in a gan on December 16 and was 56 percent to 92 percent completed for the vast major- decrease in physical and ity of consumers on December sexual datingviolence. 18, today's report with data Legislators, statewide through December 15 does not partners and community fully capture the number of partners were invited to people who selected plans lead- attend an introductory inguptothedeadlineforJan. 1, training session hosted by 2015 coverage. the Office Against Inter- %Ve're pleased that in Mis- personal Violence, in De- sissippi 28,452 people signed cember in Jackson. up for Marketplace coverage "Teaching kids, a vul- during the first month of open nerable population, about enrollment. The vast majority healthy relationships and were able to lower their costs risk factors is a valuable even fiarther by getting tax prevention tool to stop the credits, making a difference occurrence of rape," said in the bottom lines of so many Heather Wagner, Director families," HHS Secretary Syl- of the Office Against Inter- via M. Burwell said. "Interest personal Violence at Mis- in the Marketplace has been sissippi State Department stmng during the first month of of Health. "Prevention is open enrollment. We still have more than teaching a fe- a ways to go and a lot ofwork to male safety tips, it's about do before February 15, but this changing attitudes and is an encouraging start." social norms that support Nationwide, more than 4 sexual violence and sexist million people signed up for attitudes, and recognizing the first time or reenrolled in myths and victim blam- coverage for 2015 during the ing." first month of open enrollment. 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