April 16 is National Healthcare Decision Day, a national health observance designed to emphasize the importance of planning for health emergencies and end-of-life care.
According to a news release from Centra Health, National Healthcare Decision Day “encourages the public to make their wishes and expectations about medical care and end-of-life care known to loved ones and then to solidify these wishes in an advance directive.”
After checking with the city library the following information was provided. Noticing that Robert C. Sarvis, is again, running as a third-party I am very concerned that he is going to spoil another election.
Records indicate that in 2011 Robert C. Sarvis ran, unopposed, in the 35th District as a Republican in the senate race against Democrat Dick Saslaw, and lost.
Kudos to Bedford Parks and Rec.
Many times it is easy to complain about things, but this letter is to praise the new Parks and Rec administration.
Since they recently took over, there have been more activities such as bus trips, cards, bingo and classes and new activities and events also like a picnic in the park.
Come on people, it only works if y’all take advantage of what’s offered.
Call Parks and Rec for more info.
I want to thank Mr. Hatchworth for another ‘rant’ filled response...never lets us down. Seems like it’s just my lucky week again...I am in town from a long haul and get to read the never ending saga of The Lone Hackworth vs Sheriff Brown.
There’s only about five weeks left in Republican Ed Gillespie’s improbable campaign for the U.S. Senate.
Gillespie’s candidacy is proof that Virginia Republicans continue to struggle to offer state voters reasonable and acceptable candidates.
Last year, voters dispatched with the extreme right-wing views of Ken Cuccinelli, the single most ideological candidate ever nominated by a state party here.
Hurray for Sheriff Brown. He has received another award, gotten his picture in the paper for more undeserved recognition.
The article goes on to say that the award is given “to an individual in recognition of their contributions to and support of the National Sheriff’s Association President.” This means you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.
As the Bedford County School Board moves to make cuts in it's budget, again more schools are facing the real probability of closing next year. This time it will either be Thaxton Elementary or Bedford Primary that will be axed by the board.
Since the Franklin County Board of Supervisors are the elected representatives for the Franklin County Districts, we feel it most important to bring a significant problem to their attention. Many of us, after enjoying many years on our 22,000-acre Resort Lake, find ourselves unable to sell our homes.