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  • Carnico Contre Dancers to begin new season Sept. 6

    The Carnico Contre Dancers begin their fall Thursday dance season on Sept. 6 at 7 p.m., dancing at 238 E. Main St., next door to Edward Jones Investments, Carlisle.
    Community dances of England, New England and Appalachia will be taught and called by David Blair. Partners are not required and previous experience is not necessary. Clothing should be comfortable, loose and non-restricting. Shirts and shoes are required.
    Admission is $5 a night for adults, $2 for children six to 15, children under six are free. There will be no child care and must not run free.

  • Wright joins Jamberry Nails industry

    Angie Wright, Cynthiana, has recently joined Jamberry Nails, a direct sales party plan industry, as an independent consultant while attending a conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
    Jamberry Nails was the creative concept of three sisters who are passionate about their own nails. They designed nail shields that could be put on in the comfort of their own home.
    Nail shields are safer than conventional products, with no harsh chemicals, will last approximately two to three weeks, and are available in an array of artistic colors and designs.

  • Louisville to host National Quartet Convention

    During the week of Sept. 9-15 over 40,000 Southern gospel music fans, representing at least 40 states and more than a half dozen foreign countries will converge in the city of Louisville, Ky. for the 55th annual National Quartet Convention.
    This year, many of the most popular names in southern gospel music will be featured throughout the seven-day event. In addition to the many popular quartets, trios, duets and soloists featured throughout the week, some of the most prominent keynote speakers in the country will be featured.

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  • Flu shots available all day, every day at all Rite Aid Pharmacies nationwide

    Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD) announces that seasonal flu shots are now available at all Rite Aid pharmacies nationwide. Customers can visit any of the Rite Aid pharmacies nationwide and receive a flu shot from a Rite Aid certified immunizing pharmacist, subject to state regulations, during pharmacy hours, no appointment necessary. Flu shots are $29.99 each and are covered by many insurance plans, including Medicare Part B. To locate the nearest Rite Aid pharmacy, visit www.riteaid.com or call 1-800-RITE-AID.

  • Synthetic Drugs 101

    By Jessica Miller, J.D.
    We have all seen the frightening headlines about bath salts and synthetic marijuana, but most people do not understand what synthetic drugs are or the harm that these drugs cause.