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  1. Centers for Active Living Reopen

    The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc. announces the reopening of the Centers for Active Living on Monday - July 12, 2021.  The top priority for reopening is to provide the services and social supports that participants desperately need to mitigate the adverse effects of social isolation, and doing so in the safest way possible as we get back to activities and gatherings.

     
    The centers will open at 100% capacity, all participants will be screened, and all staff and participants will be encouraged to wear face coverings. Guidelines from the CDC, PA Department of Health and PA Department of Aging will be followed to ensure the safety of all visitors to the centers.


    Individuals interested in attending or in need of additional information should contact the center manager at phone numbers listed below; or call the Agency for additional information.


    The Clearfield Center for Active Living will temporarily be located at the Clearfield YMCA, located at 21 North Second Street, Clearfield.

     

    • Clearfield CAL - open 8AM – 4PM, Mon-Fri, Phone (814) 765-9319
    • Coalport CAL – open 9AM – 2PM, Mon-Fri, Phone (814) 672-3574
    • Kylertown CAL – open 9AM – 2PM, Mon-Fri, Phone (814) 345-6338
    • Mahaffey CAL – open 8:30 AM – 1:30 PM, Mon-Thur, Phone (814) 277-4544
    • Clearfield County AAA – open 8AM – 4PM, Mon-Fri, Phone (814) 765-2696

    Programs and services of the Agency are funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc., Mature Resources Foundation, local and consumer contributions.
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  2. APPRISE, PA State Health Insurance Program (SHIP) changes Name

    Effective July 1, 2021, the PA State Health Assistance Program (SHIP) currently named APPRISE, will be renamed Pennsylvania Medicare Education and Decision Insight, PA MEDI; same program, same service, for Pennsylvania Medicare beneficiaries, now with a new name and logo.  The new branding presents a unique opportunity for PA’s SHIP to grow, innovate, connect with beneficiaries and organizations, tap into new populations, and be relevant to beneficiaries’ needs.  It also supports our vision to be a known and trusted community resource for Medicare information.

    Pennsylvania Department of Aging’s (PDA) Education & Outreach Office administers PA’s SHIP.  Each year, EOO receives the SHIP Satisfaction Survey, conducted annually on behalf of PA’s SHIP.  The 2019 survey showed a high level of satisfaction with interactions with the APPRISE program; however, it also identified an overall lack of public awareness of the program, low name recognition, and a low correlation between the current program name (APPRISE) and the purpose of the program (Medicare education and Counseling).  To address this lack of awareness of PA’s Ship and its services, the EOO proposed a rebranding initiative in its application for the 2020-2025 SHIP Grant. The grant application was accepted and approved in

     March 2020.  Over this past year, the EOO worked collaboratively on the rebranding initiative with PDA’s Communications Office and key members of the statewide SHIP. 

    Pennsylvania Medicare Education and Decision Insight (PA MEDI) Local Coordinator Alice Pollock reminds Clearfield County consumers the service and program are the same.   The office is located at the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging Inc., 116 South Second Street, Clearfield, PA 16830.  To speak to a counselor or make an appointment call and ask for PA MEDI at 814-765-2696 or 1-800-765-8571.

    Programs and services of the CCAAA are funded in part by Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging Inc, Mature Resources Foundation, and local and consumers contributions.

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    https://humanevents.com/2021/06/21/outspoken-covid-19-advocate-for-prevention-and-early-treatment-launches-new-supplement/

    Spoiler

    New York Doctor Vladimir Zelenko, the man who been treating high-risk Covid-19 patients and has reported an attending 84% reduction in hospitalization rates over that of the general populace, and who is also the creator of the “Zelenko Protocols,” has now launched a non-prescription, natural supplement vitamin pill under the name “Z-Stack.”  The pill is formulated to help a user either potentially prevent or mitigate the onset of Covid-19.

    Containing a combination of the Zinc ionophore (allows zinc to pass through a cell wall) Quercetin, Zinc, and vitamins C and D, the pill has been formulated to help users get the right levels of the four supplements, make acquisition easier, and potentially reduce the cost of a daily dosage.

    “What I have learned over time is that for many people it is difficult to source all of the necessary items and to figure out how to take them in right dosages,” Dr. Zelenko explains.  “This was a way for me to contribute to public wellness by making the process as easy as taking a single pill each day.  Depending upon what people were purchasing, it may also save them some money in these difficult times.

     

    Zelenko has been an outspoken critic of government efforts across the country to limit or outright ban the use of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) in addressing the Covid-19 pandemic, either as a prophylactic or in the very early stages of diagnosis.  “The two greatest determinant factors in a patient’s chances of surviving a case of Covid-19 are the state they live in and the doctor they choose,” Zelenko said.

    The Doctor has faced considerable backlash, in particular from social media platforms for his outspoken promotion of HCQ and Zinc as an effective combination to fight the pandemic virus that has reportedly contributed to the death of over 600,000 Americans.  Human Events posted a detailed interview with the Doctor back in January, 2021 after he had been taken down from Twitter for having advocated on behalf of prophylactic measures and early treatment of the disease.

    Since his being banned from Twitter last year for his advocacy of the HCQ treatment protocol, Zelenko has been full vindicated by peer reviewed scientific research.  It will not be possible to ever know how many of the 600,000 lives could have been spared were it not for the politicization of HCQ by bureaucrats, politicians, and physicians.

    While it cannot be clearly proven, some have suggested that the rejection of HCQ by the political and medical community was based not upon science but was instead a repudiation of the drug for political reasons because its efficacy had been touted by then President Trump.

    As for his new formulation, Zelenko points to the use of the natural supplement Quercetin as a substitute for HCQ.  “While it is not as effective as HCQ, it is, in fact, a Zinc ionophore. It allows Zinc to gain access to inside the cell membrane where it can get to work.  Zinc is a recognized enemy of coronavirus in all variations.”  Zelenko has pointed to the fact that this information was well known to the medical community prior to the spread of Covid-19.

    “Quercetin is a little like a .22 caliber as compared to an M50,” says Zelenko.  “But you don’t go to war with the army you wish you had.  You fight with the weapons and people available to you.  Quercetin, combined with these other supplements is that weapon.”

    Zelenko credits his discovery of Quercetin as one having been born out of necessity.  “When Governor Cuomo placed restrictions on pharmacists early in the pandemic for filling HCQ prescription, I need to find another Zinc ionophore.  I was not very familiar with Quercetin at that time, but research led me to it and to conclude that it was the best choice.  I have had very good clinical results in recommending it to my patients.”

    The new tablet, which Zelenko says carries the tagline ‘Don’t Worry- Z Healthy’, retails for $55 for a 60-day supply with larger orders receiving a discount.  It can be ordered at www.ZStackLife.com.

     

    Disclosure:  The reporter has been a daily user of the Zelenko protocol for a number of months.  Despite exposure to positive Covid-19 patients during that time, he has not, as of yet, contracted the disease.  This is noted for information only and is not an endorsement or claimed proof of efficacy.

    purchse: https://zstacklife.com/products/z-stack

  4. Here is your “Good News of the Week.”  We are WINNING on many fronts.  There will be MANY more wins, so take courage!

    Good News  of the Week, June 20, 2021:

    1. Rogan O’Handley is suing former CA Secretary of State turned senator Alex Padilla for colluding with Twitter to violate his First Amendment rights.  O’Handley claims that government employees directed Twitter to remove his tweets that questioned the legitimacy of the 2020 election.  This is similar to Dr. Shiva’s case.  There will be more.

    2. Twitter lost its protective shield in India because they failed to comply with new IT rules.  Twitter could now face police questioning and criminal liability over “unlawful” and “inflammatory” content posted by any user on their platform.

    3. The Maricopa County audit continues.  According to former AZ SOS Ken Bennett, ballot evaluation should wrap up by the end of June and further work will take place in July.  The in-depth audit report is expected sometime in August.

    4. Hundreds of citizens from across Michigan delivered more than 7,500 notarized affidavits to MI lawmakers claiming election fraud and demanding a forensic audit.  The group was lead by Michigan’s first black, female Secretary of State candidate Kristina Karamo.

    5. Governor Greg Abbott laid out his strategy for Texas to build its own barrier along the Texas-Mexico border.  He has authorized a $250M down payment, set up a donation website, directed the Texas Facilities Commission to hire a project manager and demanded Biden to return Texas land to Texas.

    6. Governor Ron DeSantis is deploying Florida state and local law enforcement officers to Texas and Arizona to help with border security.  This move comes after Governors Abbott and Ducey sent out a letter to every state urgently requesting immediate assistance.

    7. A federal judge blocked Biden’s Executive Order that suspended new oil and gas leasings on federal land.  The preliminary injunction applies to offshore drilling and onshore federal land nationwide. This is a huge victory for many thousands of American workers.

    8. Small businesses are having trouble hiring workers because the government is paying people more to remain unemployed than they would earn by working.  Nine more states have announced they will encourage people to get back to work by ending pandemic-related unemployment benefits.  By the end of July, more than half of the states will have eliminated or modified the federal bonus.

    9. The US Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a Catholic foster agency has the right to turn away same-sex couples as foster parents on the grounds of religious freedom.

    10. California has adopted President Trump’s plan to use controlled burns and to rake forest floors of dead trees, branches and leaves to decrease the chance and spread of wildfires.  California will be using $500M in government aid to send 12-person crews out into 33M acres of forest.
     
    11. The Florida Board of Clemency has pardoned all Florida residents who were arrested or fined for violating mask mandates imposed by local governments.

    12. Governor Abbott signed a bill into law that allows Texans 21 or older to carry a handgun without a license or permit.  Several states have passed similar bills this year.  Among them are Utah, Iowa, Montana, Tennessee and Wyoming.  Other state legislatures are considering like bills.

    13. Hungary passed a law that will stop children from being targets of homosexual and transgender propaganda in education, television, movies and advertisements.  The vote passed Hungary’s National Assembly 157-1.

    14. Countless Patriots around the Nation continue to speak out and fight against government corruption and tyranny at their local School Board, City Council and County Board of Supervisors meetings.  They are winning many fights.  Find a meeting near you and get involved!

    15. The best news is that “the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.”  Romans 6:23

    Hat tip to @DaneanHere from "Good News of the Week."

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    Angeline K. Cheslock, Age 100 of DuBois, PA, formerly of Penfield, PA died Friday, June 18, 2021 at the DuBois Nursing Home.

     

    Born on September 29, 1920 in Houtzdale, PA, she was the daughter of the late Anthony & Mary (Kawa) Poskanka.

     

    She married Stanley Cheslock.  He preceded her in death in 1946.

     

    Angeline retired from the kitchen of the Maple Avenue Hospital after many years of service.  She was also a member of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Force, PA.

     

    She is survived by a daughter (Jean Brown & her husband Larry of DuBois, PA) 5 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren, 13 great-great grandchildren and a sister (Mary Michaels of Philadelphia, PA).

     

    She was preceded in death by her daughter (Mary Ann Sweed), and 6 sisters (Ann Cheslock, Helen Gillis, Catherine Michaels, Martha Michaels, Rose Rokosky, and Violet Phillips).

     

    Visitation will be held on Sunday, June 20, 2021 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc.

     

    A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, June 21, 2021 at 11 a.m. from St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church with Fr. Mark Mastrian as celebrant.

     

    Burial will follow in St. Joseph Cemetery.

     

    Memorials may be placed with St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, 17764 Bennetts Valley Highway, Force, PA 15841.

     

    Online condolences can be made to http://baronickfuneralhome.com/condolence

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    PENNSYLVANIA:

    WE ARE GETTING CLOSE, SUBPOENAS COULD BE COMING. DON'T LET UP, KEEP THE PRESSURE. EVERYONE HELP PA DEMAND A FORENSIC AUDIT, EVEN IF YOU AREN’T A PA RESIDENT. 

    Call Every Day, Leave Messages. Email our Legislature, Governor, Secretary of State Office, Attorney General. 

    We the People, demand a complete forensic audit for the state of Pennsylvania. 

    📍Email Template (Copy & Paste, Edit as Desired; If you want to be most effective, send an email to one of them and BCC the others): https://t.me/PennsylvaniaAudit/57 

    📍Email Addresses of PA Legislature, Gov, SOS, AG: (Copy & Paste): https://t.me/PennsylvaniaAudit/55 

    📍Phone Numbers for PA Republican Senate (Please Help Call): https://t.me/PennsylvaniaAudit/53 

    📍Contact Information, including Mailing Addresses for Governor, Secretary of State’s Office, Attorney General (Please Mail Letters to All): https://t.me/PennsylvaniaAudit/56 

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    Infant Kohen David Liptak passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at Penn Highlands DuBois Hospital.


    Kohen was the son of Matthew and Katie (Holden) Liptak.


    He is survived by his brother Maddox, his paternal grandparents Richard & Chris Liptak of Byrnedale, PA, his maternal grandparents Dave & Lori Holben of Brockway, PA, his great grandmother Mary Gabor of St. Marys, PA, his aunt and uncle Angela & Brian Vanhorn of Kersey, PA and his aunt Alyssa Holben & her fiancé Jacob Eisman of Reynoldsville, PA.


    A private funeral service will be held at Saint Boniface Church in Kersey, PA.

     

    The Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc. is in charge of arrangements.

     

    Memorial donations may be made to nowilaymedowntosleep.org or stillremembered.org.


    Online condolences can be sent to http://baronickfuneralhome.com/condolence

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