We’re in the month of July and the month is known as dog days, because it is the hottest days of the year. People are encouraged to check on their neighbors, especially if they are elderly or do not have A/C. Stay inside in air conditioning whenever possible. If you do not have an air conditioner, use movie theaters, malls, libraries and other public places that are cool. Even a few hours spent in air conditioning can help your body stay cooler when you go back into the heat. Drink plenty of water & eat light meals to avoid hot foods and heavy meal which add heat to your body. Provide plenty of fresh water for your pets, and leave the water in a shady area. Be sure to think of your pets too. Never leave an animal in the car on hot days and be sure they have plenty of fresh water when outside. Avoid leaving your pet outside on hot, humid days. Bring your pet in when you can.
We, the PAD club want you to help us with volunteer and couldn’t have done it without you. Volunteers are always welcomed to come and help us at PAD events. We are happy to have you at the event with your great appreciated support.
By the way, you know that there will be PAD 85th anniversary banquet on September 29th in Turtle Creek. Check out the flyer at PAD website to buy the tickets real soon due to deadline on September 8th. Also, Ken Davis is CEO/Founder of Deaf Newspaper, LLC and will be as media service for this event. Hope that all of you will attend.
The active meeting will be cancelled on August 11th. Please mark your calendar for the next meet on September 8th and October 13th at 7:30 PM.