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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, Februa 12,2015 The Irwin Russell Club will meet on Friday, Feb- ruary 13, at three-thirty at the home of Mrs. Prentiss Ferguson. Mrs. Tom Rosen- blatt will serve as program chairman for the afternoon. Mrs. Bruce Lewis will host the Friday, February 13, meeting of the Junior Irwin Russell Club at three- thirty at her home. Addi- tional hostesses will include Mrs. John Hewes and Mrs. Jody Sessions. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Foster were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stubbs of Oxford. Toby Grace Stevens was honored on the occasion of her first birthday with a party given by her parents, Dearing and Dan Stevens, at their home on Lovers Lane on Sunday afternoon, February 1. WCCA ROBOTICS CLUB SENDS THANKS The WCCA Robotics Club has received a golden ticket to participate in the Missis- sippi FTC Championship on February 20-21 at the Jack- son Avenue Center at Ole Miss! The WCCA Robotics Club would like to thank all our supporters, parents, patrons and teachers for all the love and labor that has helped us realize this huge opportunity! A spe- cial thanks to the Rambling Heard Booster Club for matching the WCCA Cheer- leaders Donation which was raised by the sale of t- shirts in honor of our late club president, Bennett Carl Walker. Without the support of individuals, lo- cal businesses and groups such as these, we would not be able to travel to Ole Miss in Oxford to compete in this State Competition! by Woodville Republican Publisher Andy J. Lewis First Martins Sighted On Sander's Fork We received a call from an excited reader on Tues- day afternoon of this week, asking if they were the first person to report seeing a Purple Martin. The answer is "Yes!" Carolyn Sanders, a resi- dent of the Sander's Fork Road north of Woodville, reports that she saw two Martin scouts at her home on Monday, February 9. ',They had moved on by Tuesday, February 10," the caller said. "I hope this means that we can look for- ward to some wmzn, spring- like weather very shortly." All you hummingbird lov- ers be on the look out be- cause if the Purple Martins are here, the hummers are not far behind! Love Your Heart This Valentine's Day Hearts are synonymous with Valentine's Day, and February is the perfect time to love your heart for Ameri- can Heart Month. Heart disease is the lead- ing cause of death in the United States, affecting one in four people every year. For women, that number is one in three. Mississippi ranks first in the nation for car- diovascular disease related deaths, with a rate of 250 deaths per 1,000 population annually. It's an epidemic that has affected hundreds of thou- sands of people, regardless of age, sex or race. It's not just a man's disease anymore. The Southeast - especial- ly Mississippi and its neigh- boring states - lead the na- tion in heart disease deaths, with rates nearly half as high as the national average. Mississippi, named Amer- ica's unhealthiest state in 2014 by America's Health Rankings for the third year in a row, ranks poorly in obe- sity (No. 49), physical activ- ity (No. 50) and smoking (No. 47). All of these factors play a major role in heart disease, which despite being down 38 percent across the nation since 1990, is Still respon- sible for the death of 25 per- cent of Mississippians each year according to the Mis- sissippi State Department of Health's Vital Statistics Bureau. For the last decade, the American Heart Associa- tion's "Go Rod" campaign has helped raise awareness of the No.1 killer of women: heart disease, which is dead- lier than all forms of cancer combined. The majority of deaths due to heart disease can be prevented, but de- spite progress in awareness and prevention, the financial Valmli.e's is Saturday... Whether you need a special ou't or a Valentine's gift, we have lots of choices. Jewelry, Purses, Beach Hats, Totes, Pillows, Door Mats, Candles, Children's Items, S'well Insulated Water Bottles Lots of gifts for your Valad'ind The Better Hall G00ts & Accessories 367 Hwy. 61 Woodville 601-431-0588 WCCA News by Katie Smith 100 DAYS AND COUNTING -- The el- ementary students at WCCA celebrat- ed the 100th day of school on Friday, January 23. The students were di- vided into teams and visited eight sta- tions to complete activities. Students did 100 seconds of exercises, made 100 link paper chains, made towers using 100 red cups and 100 toothpicks and mini marshmallows, made 100 fruit loop necklaces, and much morel It was a great way to culminate the first 100 days of school! Shown dur- ing the fun day, from left to right, are Madison Elam, Isabella Ramos, Jack Orgeron, Jacob Sessions, RJ Fish- er, Nicholas Darbonne, and Bryson McKlemurry who made the number 100 with toothpicks and mini marsh- mallows. -- WCCA Photo burden of heart disease and stroke is about $300 billion a year. It's time we start look- ing at a cheaper way to live longer. Eating the right foods is a good start. The Mediter- ranean diet, rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and fish, has been shown to help reduce the risk of heart dis- ease and cancer. The DASH diet, developed by the Na- tional Institutes of Health, is a simple eating plan that can lower your blood pressure and help you lose weight and stay healthy for a lifetime. Along with the right diet, maintaining an exercise regimen has been shown to decrease the risk of heart- related diseases. The rec- ommended 30 - 60 minutes at least three times a week can help keep your weight under control and reduce the chances of devel6.'mg life-threatening issues uch as high blood pressure and diabetes. If you are a smoker, kick- ing the habit is not easy, but it could save your life. The chemicals found in tobacco are not only addictive, but le- thal: about one in five deaths can be attributed to smok- ing. There is good news - af- ter one year of not smoking, your risk for a heart attack falls dramatically, and after 10 years the risk of devel- oping lung cancer drops by hal. Before taking steps to improve your heart and your health, talk to your family doctor. Regular LRMCIBRGMC Radiation Oncology Center Extends Hours And Welcomes New Doctor Lane Regional Medical Center and Baton Rouge General Medical Center's $4.5 million state-of-the- " art Radiation Oncology Center in Zachary is pro- viding more options for its patients. The Center, which provides high-quality radia- tion treatment services, has doubled its hours of opera- tion, and is now open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Center is also pleased to welcome new radiation oncologist, Dr. Cynthia Boyer, to its team of caregivers. Dr. Boyer is board certi- fied in radiation oncology and is a graduate of the University Of Miami School Of Medicine. She completed her radiation oncology resi- dency,, at. the University of Miami - Sylvester Compre- hensive Cancer Center in Miami, Florida, where she served as chief resident. Dr. Boyer is a member of the checkups can help main- tain healthy blood pres- sure and cholesterol, which reduce your risk of devel- oping heart-related issues in the future. For more information about heart disease, visit HealthyMS.com/heart. Look for us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ HealthyMS or follow us on Twitter at www.Twitter. com/msdh. American Society for Radia- tion Oncology, the American College of Radiology and American Brachytherapy Society. Her clinical inter- ests include the accelerated The first two Field Day meetings were very produc- tive. The theme this year is All Star Field Day. Mark your calendar for Saturday, March 28. Please volunteer to help with this important fund raiser. The juniors and seniors appreciate the support given toward their 2015 trip. This year they will be traveling to New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. Jim and Jenny Chaffin are the tireless coordinators of the fabulous trip. The group will be leaving on Feb. 22 and return on March 1. The WCCA basketball teams have had a very com- petitive season. We send our congratulations to the teams. Upcoming Events: Feb. 12, Elementary Sci- ence Olympiad, 12-2:50 p.m. Feb. 13: Sophomore Class Rose Delivery/Elementary Valentine Dance, 1 p.m. in gym. Feb. 16-18: Mardi Gras Break Feb. 19-20: Early Spring Break. WCCA To Hold Their First-Ever Open House Officials at Wilkinson County Christian Acad- emy in Woodville have an- nounced plans to hold an open house which is open to the public. The event will be held at WCCA, located on U.S. Hwy. 61 South of Woodville, beginning at 6 p.m. on Mon- day, March 9. "All of our parents, pa- trons, friends and the gen- eral public are invited to come out and see the great things we have to offer," said WCCA Headmaster Donna Loomis. "If you are interested in enrolling your child at WCCA, this would be a great opportunity to visit the school. We welcome one and all." treatment of breast cancer, gynecologic oncology and multimodal treatment of head and neck cancer. The office is conveniently locatedon Lane's campus at 6180. Main treet,..Sqite D in Zachary, Louisiana. The phone number is (225) 570- 1212. For more information, please visit ROCZachary. eom. 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