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Posted on: August 17, 2018

Veterans Affairs

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Lenawee County HC Enrollment Fair (1)

County News
Posted on: August 15, 2018

From the Health Department

Childhood vaccines

The Health Department strongly urges you to make sure your children are fully vaccinated. If you choose to waive your child's immunization(s), you need to make an appointment at the Health Department to obtain Immunization Waiver Education by calling 517-...

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County News
Posted on: August 14, 2018

Lead Safety

Lead

Lead is a naturally occurring element.   

It can be found in soil, lead-based paint, and dust. Too much exposure to lead can cause behavior problems, low IQ and poor grades in school, hearing problems, learning difficulties, growth delays...

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Posted on: August 14, 2018

Chronic Pain Management

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Region 2 AAA is partnering with the Family Medical Center to provide Chronic Pain PATH workshops on an ongoing basis to the Lenawee County community. These 6-week, Evidence-Based workshops are designed to help give people tools to better manage their chro...

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Posted on: August 1, 2018

August Newsletter

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The Lenawee County Fair wrapped up last Saturday.  Thank you to all the volunteers, workers and participants that made the fair such a great event again this year.  Many Lenawee County offices participated in the fair in a variety of rol...

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AUGUST NEWSLETTER (pdf) County News
Posted on: July 23, 2018

Fair 4H Division Results

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We are investing in our children, developing leaders of the future through the MSU Extension and its 4-H program. Mentorship, hands-on projects, and meaningful leadership opportunities empower and inspire our young people to develop lifelong skills.

The 20...

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Posted on: August 9, 2018

Fall Tire Collection

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LARGE TIRE COLLECTION EVENT at LENAWEE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 20188:00 AM – 2:00 PMSponsors: Lenawee County Solid Waste Dept. & Cobalt HoldingsENTER on Hanke Lane (off Siena Hts. Dr.)

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Posted on: August 17, 2018

Picnic Safety

Avoid getting sick! Are you sure you are keeping your food safe? Keep cold foods cold when picnicking by setting up in the shade and frequently changing the ice that sits under your deli platters and food trays. Remember: cold food must be held at 41F or ...

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Health Department
Posted on: August 12, 2018

Reduce Your Risk of Rabies

Never leave infants or young children alone with any animal, and teach children to never approach an unfamiliar wild animal. http://www.michigan.gov/documents/rabiesbrochure_1_6884_7.pdf

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Posted on: August 11, 2018

Food Handler's Class

The August Food Handler's Class is August 15th at 7 PM. All restaurant workers in Lenawee County must obtain a Food Handler's card through one of these monthly classes. We ask that you preregister and prepay the $5 for this class to ensure there is room f...

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Additional Info... Health Department
Posted on: August 10, 2018

Picnic Safety

Picnic food safety tips

Avoid getting a bug! Keep cold foods cold when picnicking by using lots of ice in a cooler.  Use a thermometer to be sure your cold foods don't rise above 41 degrees farenheit, and use separate ice for your drinks.

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Health Department
Posted on: August 8, 2018

Lead Safety

Lead is a naturally occurring element.   It can be found in soil, lead-based paint, and dust. Too much exposure to lead can cause behavior problems, low IQ and poor grades in school, hearing problems, learning difficulties, growth delays, and per...

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Additional Info... Health Department
Posted on: August 6, 2018

Reduce your risk of rabies

Don't feed, approach, touch, or adopt wild animals. Don't keep wild animals as pets. Learn more at http://www.michigan.gov/documents/rabiesbrochure_1_6884_7.pdf

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Posted on: August 5, 2018

Swimming Safety

When swimming, be sure not to get water in your mouth. The hotter the weather, the more bacteria grow.

Health Department
Posted on: August 4, 2018

DO1THING EVERY MONTH TO PREPARE FOR EMERGENCIES

In August, help make your community stronger by getting trained and getting involved. Learn more at http://do1thing.com/things/aug

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