Summer vacation is finally here and that means that a lot of us will have a lot more recreational time on our hands. Our parks and rec department works hard to give us activities to look forward to, but we have to look after ourselves too. To learn more about recreational safety click here.
Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Week
This week starts Deaf-Blind Awareness Week. Starting in 1984, Deaf-Blind Awareness Week was created to honor the legacy of the famous author and deaf-blind activist, Helen Keller, and to bring awareness to those who experience combined both vision and hearing issues. To highlight this topic we have created an informational video regarding this topic using MedlinePlus.
World “No Tobacco” Day
While great efforts have been made to get people to quit or not take up smoking in recent years, still over 20% of Deaths in the United States are somehow related to tobacco. In an effort to help combat that we here at the CH Booth Library would like to teach you a bit more about tobacco and how to quit. Click here to learn more.
“Don’t Fry” Day!
Beaches have just started opening up, but with all this sun and sand comes some danger too. To learn more about the dangers of excessive sun exposure and ways to protect yourself click here!