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With a New Season Comes New Reasons to Go Outside!
Spring has sprung! It’s a wonderful time of year; birds are singing, flowers are blooming, and trees are turning green. As we break free of our winter isolation from the sun and warmth, don’t overdo it! The ground can still be wet and grass has been known to be the culprit of many a fall. The weather can change quickly from sunny to blustery, rain soaked skies. Bar-B-Q’s are a wonderful way to prepare a meal and gather some friends, but just be aware that your grill is still primarily a container of fire; and its contents can be hazardous if spilled! Remember, children are still in school, but they get just enough breaks to keep drivers guessing; you might find the sidewalks empty one day and filled with little ones the next.
So don’t stop enjoying this awakening of nature, just be prepared for all the changes and conditions that come with it. Drive with an eye for the littlest of pedestrians and bicyclists; they can be very unpredictable. Consider the location of your hikes and activities, your own abilities and limitations, and let someone know where you’re going. If you do elect to travel by foot to secluded areas’, the use of the ‘buddy system’ is never a bad idea; if one person becomes injured, the other can help or get help. And, if you choose to have an outdoor recreational fire or use a Bar-B-Q, be ‘fire safe’. Safety regulations for outdoor fires are available through your local fire department. All fire containers, even Bar-B-Q’s, should always be supervised by a responsible adult.
Remember, you want to enjoy the consequences of spring, not become one.
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Time to retire your old US Flag?
The American Legion Post 178 in Marysville would be proud to properly dispose of your old and tattered United States of America flag. Your flag can be dropped off into a converted US Mail Box in their front entry area, 24 hours a day. The flag mail box is located at 119 Cedar St. (south of 2nd and Cedar, behind the Marysville Mall.) They would appeciate a note indicating the history of the flag if you desire, but its not required.