Lo­cal Scouts go bowl­ing

Calhoun Times - - GORDONLIFE - Staff Re­ports

Boy Scout Troop 22 went bowl­ing for their first meet­ing of 2018 at the Cal­houn Bowl­ing Cen­ter. The rea­son for meet­ing there was to cel­e­brate a suc­cess­ful 2017 Pop­corn Fundrais­ing event.

Each year, Boy Scouts of Amer­ica holds a pop­corn sales cam­paign dur­ing which Scouts try to sell a spec­i­fied amount which helps sup­port their troop, aids their lo­cal Coun­cil in sup­port­ing the sum­mer camp pro­gram, as well as, ben­e­fit­ting the na­tional or­ga­ni­za­tion.

The Scouts them­selves learn sales­man­ship and com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills, gain con­fi­dence and achieve a sense of ac­com­plish­ment. Scouts who met their sales goals were re­warded with free games and the Cal­houn Bowl­ing Cen­ter waived the nor­mal shoe rental fees for all par­tic­i­pants.

Pic­tured are Scouts and par­ents dur­ing the first round of play and Ven­turer Scout Scott Beu­tel walk­ing a younger Scout through the ba­sics of grip, stride, swing, and re­lease of the ball. Every­one, ex­pe­ri­enced bowlers and novices, had a fun evening bowl­ing and help­ing each other with tips and ad­vice. Boy Scout Troop 22 is spon­sored by Cal­houn First United Methodist Church.

On Thurs­day, Feb. 1, 2018, Dr. Kather­ine Naymick, ac­com­pa­nied by of­fice staff mem­ber Mar­garita Mack­ensen, ad­dressed the Cal­houn Ro­tary about The Ris­ing Os­teo­pathic Fam­ily Medicine and Med­i­cal Spa.

A grad­u­ate of the Med­i­cal Col­lege of Os­teopa­thy in West Vir­ginia, Dr. Naymick, who has been prac­tic­ing Os­teopa­thy for 29 years, ar­rived in Cal­houn in 1996.

Dr. Naymick, who is af­fil­i­ated with Gor­don Hos­pi­tal, spoke about car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­ease, one of the main causes of deaths in the United States, and how most phys­i­cal symp­toms of dis­com­fort or pain are due to in­flam­ma­tion and pro­longed stress.

Her clinic is lo­cated at 454 Red­bud Road in Cal­houn. You can find their web­site on the in­ter­net

Also at­tend­ing the meet­ing was Christie Brown, em­ployee of BB&T, guest of Laura Roberson.

Pic­tured, left to right: Mar­garita Mack­ensen; Jim Rosen­crance; Dr. Kather­ine Naymick; Christie Brown; Laura Roberson.



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