Safe Driving Information Night

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For Sophomores and their Parents
What sixteen year olds and their parents need to know before obtaining a driver’s license. Learn about license requirements, insurance information, driver’s training and Connecticut laws.

This event is free of charge; donations are appreciated at the door.
date Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013
time 7 – 8:30 pm
place Trackside Teen Center
rsvp jthtsully@aol.com by Friday, Oct 25 with your name and student’s name
please note: space is limited we are only able ...

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Flu can be Fatal: Pledge to get a Flu Shot this Season

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It’s that time of year again….flu vaccination time.  The Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps (WVAC) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) urge everyone 6 months and older to get vaccinated.

According to the CDC, yearly flu vaccination should begin in September, or as soon as vaccine is available, and continue throughout the flu season which can last as late as May. This is because the timing and duration of flu seasons vary. While flu season can begin early ...

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STORIES FROM THE HEART: She ran a 5K and had cardiac arrest the same morning; now she’s an EMT, AHA volunteer

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A week after turning 40, and only hours after running a 5-kilometer race, Nancy Capelle was putting some peanut butter on a banana when she felt severe pain in her chest.

The pain traveled through her entire back and through both sides of her jaw. She considered calling an ambulance, but didn’t want to scare her two young daughters. Once her husband arrived, they looked up her symptoms on the Internet and realized they needed to call for ...

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Wilton Flu Clinics Offer Vaccines Starting Today

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The Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps (WVAC) is making a big local push to encourage everyone six months and older to get flu shots. With flu season now here, they’re reminding everyone that flu can be fatal. In the hopes that everyone in Wilton will pledge to get vaccinated this season, WVAC has coordinated the schedule of flu clinics in the area as well as put together some important information.

Read more at Good Morning Wilton

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October is Bullying Prevention Month: What You Should Know About The Bully And Mental Health Issues

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Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc. (WVAC) is committed to providing both physical and emotional pre-hospital care for the community and supporting education, prevention and awareness on critical community issues. A recent survey revealed that the majority of WVAC members feel bullying is one of the most urgent concerns in our Town and they want you to know they are here to help.

No single factor puts a child at risk of being bullied or bullying others. Bullying can ...

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