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WEPAC Honors SeniorGirl, Mothers The Fourth annual WEPAC Alliance Mother/Daughter din- ner was held Nov. 1 1, at the Pro- tection Library. Hosted by the WEPAC Alli- ance Committee, the meal was prepared by the Blonde Chef, Nicole Herd of Coldwater. Honorees at the dinner were the senior girls from Ashland, South Central and Minneola along with their mothers. They had been invited by WEPAC for an evening of great food, fim and education. More than 35 were in attendance. This year’s presenters were Dr. Breann Clark, Ashland Health Center; Melanie Dunn ARNP, Comanche County Medical Clinic; Clark County Health Nurse Jonell Sirois; and Coman- che County Health Nurse Nicole Jaworsky. Each of these ladies covered a different health subject or con- cern for the young women who will soon be leaving their homes for college or to begin a life on their own. This year the group also heard from Susan Gates and Debbie York who spoke about Recycling Shorts with their personal experiences with cancer and early detection. Both of these women tried to instill the benefit of early detection and the benefit to you if your health is- sue is caught early. They both had surgical re- moval of the affected area with no other treatment. After the meal and educa- tional presentations each person in attendance was given a “Thing-a—ma—Baubel.” These are hand made by WEPAC commit- tee member Brenda Fry. They come with an educational badge as to their meaning. They can be used as a key fob, purse jewels, ceiling fan chain extender, per- sonal jewelry or whatever the imagination can conceive. They can be purchased at the Peoples Bank (see Debbie York). They make an excellent gift for someone you love. At the Co-op Elevator Dec. 16 4.21 Dec. 17 4.21 Dec. 18 4.22 Dec. 21 4.21 Dec. 22 4.14 Farmers Cooperative 582-2251 Please remember that WEPAC Alliance is a 501 c3 or- ganization, and donations are al— ways welcome and tax deduct- ible. Donations are what make the WEPAC services and edu— cation possible for the women and men (skin checks) in our two counties — Comanche and SCMS Jay upcoming activities of South Central Schools 12/19-1/3 Christmas Break vee Girls Win Game Over Minneola Junior High Team by Susan Edmonston The junior varsity basketball girls from South Central Middle School had a low-scoring game in Protection Thursday after- noon, Dec. 17, but they did de- feat manage to Minneola 13-10. The first quarter ended 3-2 with South Central in the lead. The girls only scored one point in the second quarter but Minneola put four more points on the scoreboard. Halftime score was 6—4 with Minneola in the lead. 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