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Jelaine Harlow speaks to Rotary on number of health issues

Jelaine Harlow, Health Educator with the local Health Department, spoke to the Columbia Rotary Club recently about our CHIP (Community Health Improvement Plan), Smoke Free Adair, benefits of walking and W.A.T.C.H. (Working Actively Toward Community Health) Coalition. Jelaine received the Columbia Rotary Flag from president, Jerry Holt.

The Columbia Rotary Club is a local civic club that is part of Rotary International and meets the second and fourth Monday evenings at 6pmCT at Lindsey Wilson's Cramner Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt Drive. For more information, just visit any meeting. Ellen Zornes, Rotarian



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