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Washington, DC / August 21-29

 


 


 

NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH

 

Deputy Aaron Ingle provided this information:

 

September is National Preparedness Month and we encourage all residents to have an emergency plan for their family and home.

 

Discuss as a family what local hazards your residence is most susceptible to: (i.e. Flooding, Tornados, Fires)

 

While at work, leverage your Emergency Response Procedure to engage co-workers and assess how to respond to an emergency. 

 

Visit www.ready.gov for more information on steps you can take to be prepared.

 

*Have a communication plan and share your emergency plan with a trusted network.

*Build an emergency plan and kit.

*Practice your emergency plan.

*Know your local risks/hazards.



HI HIKERS

 

 

 

HI HIKERS SCHEDULE

 


 

 

GOLF OPERATIONS UPDATE - 8/16/19

 


 

 


  

STARLITE TRAIL

 

 

 





  

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

 

 


Little Switzerland Amateur Radio Club

 

Are you an Amateur Radio Operator or are you interested in Ham Radio?

Little Switzerland Amateur Radio Club meets the Second Saturday of the month. Come join us. We can help you get licensed if you are not already.

 

The September 14th Meeting will be in the “Day Room” at Mercy Hospital in Berryville, AR at 2 PM. The address is 214 Carter Street Berryville, AR 72616. Enter the hospital thru the front entrance.  There will be signs posted directing you to the meeting room.

Anyone interested in Ham Radio is Welcome. Please Visit Our Web Site at: http://www.littleswitzerlandarc.org/


 

MONDAY, september 16, 2019; regular MEETING, 9am AT THE DISTRICT OFFICE    AGENDA


 

 



 



 

Mass Flu Vaccine Clinic Announced

 

(Little Rock, Ark.) – On Friday, September 27th 2019, the Carroll County Health Unit of the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) will offer flu vaccinations at the Carroll County Health located at 402 Hailey Road in Berryville from 7:00am to 5:30pm. People should bring their insurance cards with them to the flu vaccine clinic. If they do not have insurance, or the insurance does not cover flu shots, the vaccine will be available at no charge.

 

“We want Carroll County residents to stay healthy this flu season, and getting a yearly flu vaccination is the best line of defense,” Lisa Holt, Carroll County Health Unit Administrator, said. “We encourage everyone to come to the mass clinic to get their flu shot.”

 

Annual flu vaccination is recommended for most adults and children six months and older. The flu virus changes from year to year, and this year’s vaccine protects against the flu viruses that are expected to cause the most illness this flu season.

 

“The flu should not be taken lightly,” said Dr. Jennifer Dillaha, Medical Director for Immunizations at ADH. “We are encouraging everyone to get a flu shot to protect themselves and their families, because it is hard to predict in advance how severe the flu season is going to be.”

 

People of all ages can get the flu. Certain people are more likely to have serious health problems if they get the flu. This includes older adults, young children, pregnant women, people with chronic health conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, or heart disease), people who smoke, and people who live in nursing homes. Therefore, ADH strongly recommends that people in these groups get a flu vaccine. It is also recommended that friends, family members and people who provide care to people in these groups also get a vaccine—not only to protect themselves but also to decrease the possibility that they might expose the people they love and care for to the flu.

 

The flu vaccine is safe and does not cause the flu. Some people may have mild soreness and redness near the site of the shot and a low fever or slight headache. There are very few medical reasons to skip the flu vaccine. These include life-threatening allergic reactions to a previous dose of the flu vaccine or an ingredient in the vaccine.  People with allergies to vaccine ingredients can often receive the vaccine safely, if it is given in a doctor’s office where they can be monitored. 

 

The flu is easily spread through coughing or sneezing and by touching something, such as a door knob, with the virus on it, and then touching their nose or mouth. Good hand washing habits are important in preventing the flu; however, the best way to prevent the flu is to get the vaccine.

 

For more information, go to www.healthy.arkansas.gov or www.flu.gov


 

As part of the 2019 14th Annual Elks Golf Tournament, the lodge offers a Silent Auction OPEN TO THE PUBLIC at the Country Club Ballroom from 9:00 AM till 2:00 PM on Saturday, September 28.  Over 100 Items will be up for bid,  including Golf and Resort packages, local Services gift certificates, Restaurant coupons, unique Arts and Crafts, and area Show and Attraction tickets.

 

Please contact Greg Moore, 469.247.7678, if any questions.

 

The Golf Registration  Form follows: 

 



 

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CLICK BELOW TO VIEW PDF OF NEW PHONE BOOK:

 

2018-19 HOLIDAY ISLAND PHONE BOOK


   

 

TRAVEL CLUB ANNOUNCES 2019 TRIPS

 

 


 

 

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2019 ASSESSMENT RATES 

 

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HIKING TRAIL MASTER PLAN - 8/19 UPDATE

 

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2019 amenity RATES 

 

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CURRENT ANNUAL DRINKING WATER QUALITY REPORT (2018)

 

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2017-2016 AUDIT

 

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2019-20 HOLIDAY ISLAND PHONE BOOK BUSINESS DIRECTORY


UPCOMING HISID BOARD MEETINGS:

  

 

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019; REGULAR MEETING, 9AM AT THE DISTRICT OFFICE    AGENDA

 

 

  

 

Regular BOC Meetings are scheduled at the District Office for the 3rd Monday; if needed, there will be a Regular Meeting on the 4th Monday. When needed, Special Meetings may be called
 

To view Agendas/Minutes from previous HISID meetings, click here.

 

 


 

JUNE 2019 DISTRICT MANAGER REPORT


  

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