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CHIEF’S CORNER: YOUR SUPERBOWL STRATEGY NEVER STOPS

By Fire Chief Sam DiGiovanna
 
January 29, 2020 (San Diego)--As you prepare for Super bowl festivities make sure to be a good sport and keep your ‘Safety’ front and center at all times.
 
Why? “Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest one-day sporting event in the United States and unfortunately one of the most dangerous days on roads and highways. Its estimated that 325 million gallons of beer are consumed by Americans on Super Bowl Sunday. That's roughly one gallon for every man, woman, and child in the country.” Aggressive behavior increase and there are more opportunities for food poisoning than any other day.
 
So, are you hosting the game in your Home Field? Be a good Quarterback and avoid a false start with unhealthy foods. Keep the ‘tight end’ looking just that ‘tight’ by adding healthy snacks to your menu instead of high fat foods, or go for that super bowl trophy by serving all healthy snacks. Let’s avoid that ‘Wide Receiver’ if possible.

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HEALTHY HOLIDAY HABITS

By Lauren Schmitt, MS, RD, CPT, www.heatforhealth.com

November 1, 2012 (San Diego’s East County) – Want to shape up for the holidays?  Lauren Schmitt, Healthy Eating and Training (www.heatforhealth.com), offers these helpful tips.

Healthy Habit #1: Don’t wait until the New Year.


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BOO BASH CARNIVAL OCT. 29 OFFERS SAFE HALLOWEEN AT KROC CENTER

By Millicent Arko

October 23, 2011 (Rolando)--The Salvation Army Kroc Center will present its annual BOO BASH on Saturday, October 29 from 3 – 6 p.m. at The Salvation Army Kroc Center Recreation Field, 6845 University Avenue (at 68th St) in San Diego.

The event is free for members with a membership card and children under 3 years old, or $2.00 per guest. Proceeds will help replenish The Kroc Center Family Services Emergency Food Pantry.
 

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