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SENATOR SALAND TO HOST LYME DISEASE SEMINARS

Senator Steve Saland (R, I, C – Poughkeepsie) is hosting a free informational Lyme disease seminar – “Be Tick Free!” for Dutchess County residents.  Due to the importance of the information provided in this seminar, “Be Tick Free!”will be offered on two separate dates and locations in Dutchess County.

The first seminar will take place on Tuesday, May 29, from 10:00 AM – 12:00 NOON, in Rooms B & C, at The Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential Library and Home in Hyde Park.  The second seminar will take place on Thursday, June 7, from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM, at the Roy C. Ketcham High School Auditorium, 99 Meyers Corners Road in Wappingers Falls.

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5/29/12 - Senator Saland hosted a well attended Lyme disease seminar at the FDR Library in Hyde Park this morning.

5/29/12 - Senator Saland hosted a well attended Lyme disease seminar at the FDR Library in Hyde Park this morning. Panelists included:  Donna Bolner, Dutchess County Legislator and County Tick Task Force Chair; Dr. Richard Ostfeld, Disease Ecologist from the Cary Institute of EcoSystems in Millbrook; Andrew Rotans MPH, Sr. Public Health Advior and Christen Hertzog, Public Health Advisor from the Dutchess County Department of Health; and Jill Auerbach, Hudson Valley Lyme Disease Association Chair. 

5/29/12 - Senator Saland hosted a well attended Lyme disease seminar at the FDR Library in Hyde Park this morning.

5/29/12 - Senator Saland hosted a well attended Lyme disease seminar at the FDR Library in Hyde Park this morning. Panelists included:  Donna Bolner, Dutchess County Legislator and County Tick Task Force Chair; Dr. Richard Ostfeld, Disease Ecologist from the Cary Institute of EcoSystems in Millbrook; Andrew Rotans MPH, Sr. Public Health Advior and Christen Hertzog, Public Health Advisor from the Dutchess County Department of Health; and Jill Auerbach, Hudson Valley Lyme Disease Association Chair. 

SENATOR SALAND SHARES INFORMATION ABOUT EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

Dear Friends:

Recently, we recognized National CPR Awareness Week, and I learned that an alarming 88% of cardiac arrests occur at home.  With statistics in mind, if we are called upon to perform CPR, it will most likely be for a loved one – a brother, sister, parent, grandparent or child. 

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