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"I~lte$. July 11, 2017 Hinton News ,f -5 : rE Elizabeth Cook is the daughter of Ernie and Diane Cook. She is the granddaughter of Carroll and Judy Presley, Greg and Vicky Lane and Doris Cook. Skyler Gill is the daughter of Nina Richmond and Jason Harvey. Skyler's step dad is Josh Richmond. She is the granddaughter of Ivan and Becky Gill, Ruby and Leo Harvey, Pare and Wayne Wilson, Mike and Cindy Harvey. Skyler has one brother Mason Richmond. Breanna Coleman is the daughter of Chris Coleman and Lisa Richmond. She is the granddaughter of Ervin and Laura Richmond and Marie and Phil Coleman. She has two sisters Tristen and Aleyah Coleman. Abigail Jean Naik is the daughter of Doris Naik of Hinton and Santosh Naik of India. She has one sister Natasha and aunts and uncles Lisa Richmond and Shane Wyatt of Hinton, Mary Ann and Billy Smith of Kentucky. Natasha Jean Naik is the daughter of Doris Naik of Hinton and Santosh Naik of India, She has one sister Abigail and aunts and uncles Lisa Richmond and Shane Wyatt of Hinton, Marv Ann and Billy . mith rtf ! Abigail Garrett is the daughter of Debble Garrett and George Garrett. She has two brothers, Josh Adam Gilbert, and SageLee GarreH ..... ...... It's estimated that the average person will burn 100 calories in just 14 min- utes of tennis. Baseball player Roger Marls, whose record-setting 61 home runs in 1961 was not surpassed until 1998, won only that one home run title. Kristen Brooke Ratliff is the daughter of Jackie and Kendra Ratliff. She has two brothers Luke and Lee Ratliff. She is the granddaughter of Juanita Lusk, Jackie F. and Linda Ratliff and Lola Ratliff. How To Talk With Your Aging Parents About Using A Walker (NAPS)--Caring for an aging par- ent can be a great challenge. And as our beloved seniors age, their primary caregivers, commonly their children, need to initiate many difficult conver- sations. Whether it's suggesting the use of a hearing aid or simply talking about any other assistive device that has to do with getting older, starting these conver- sations isn't easy. One of the toughest conversations may be to convince your parent to use a mobility aid. Over time, it may become indreasingly obvious that Mom or Dad is having more trouble walking without assistance. For so many older adults, the *** very thought of relying on a walker to I'm living so far beyond my income that we may almost be said to be living get around is unappealing. While this apart, may be emotionally difficult to accept, --e. e. cummingsit's going to require some getting used to. *** Suggesting the use of a walker can often be met with a parent's stubborn refusal. Now is the time to have the con- versation about love, continued safety and well-being. It's important~to use this conversation time to express empathy and understanding and to focus on the positives The right walker or rollator will offer your aging parents greater in- dependence, comfort and possibly even keep them active, self-sufficient and better connected to the family and their friends. To start this dialogue' consider these tips: 1. Remind Morn or Dad that the right walker is a tool to maintain and, in most cases, increase their mobili- ty. Emphasize the resulting increase in independence and how that will make Samuel Colt, 'inventor of the Colt revolver, the gun that won th~ West;" / them feel. ~." ~ ~ ~:'~ worked on the prototype in his father's textile plant. Colt once earned a ! 2.Empower their individuality and living touring the country performing laughing gas demonstrations, give them a choice Today's walkers are far more functional and models like the Talk the talk with your aging rela- tives so they're willing to walk the walk with a walker when necessary. Motivo Tour offer a contemporary de- sign with styling that can't be ignored. 3. Stress the importance of being smart: Using a walker will prevent falls and resulting injuries. The facts are on your side and fall-related injuries may actually come with a discharge recom- mendation to a nursing home rather than Mom's return home. A conversation like this is a two- way street, so if you're able to address their reluctance, then your parents will also need to embrace their own physical limitation. It's important that you don't make an absolute demand that they use a walker, so partner up and search for options together. Mom might feel better if she's able to see a less institutional-looking option, and a rollator like the Motivo Tour, with its risk-free 30-day trial, is a smart way to give a ~ket~ try." Learn More For further facts and to see the walk- ers in action, go to www.motivolife.com. H0wTo NEWS ARTICLES General Information and Writing Tips The newspaper welcomes news submissions concerning club activities, sports, birthday announcements and anniversaries, engagements and weddings, academic honors, church activities and all community activities. Everything submitted is subject to editing and all news articles run without charge and run on a "space available" basis. Either type or legibly print your article,'using upper and lowercase letters (NOT all caps). If possible, double-space between lines to allow room for copy editing marks. The basic elements of a news article are: Who, What, When, Where and Why. Make sure your story includes all five W's. Write your news article in the third person (he, they, their), not the first person (I, we, our). Double-check the spelling of names and places mentioned in your story, and make sure the date(s) of your eyent matches the day(s). Always include the name and daytime telephonenumber of a contact person in case thera are qyestions about the news item. E-Mailed Articles The best way to send an articl via the Internet is to include the text of the article in the body of the e-mail and not as an attachment. Text in Word format is acceptable, but the newspaper cannot accept Wordpad, WordPerfect or Publisher files. To be safe, cut and paste into the e-mail. Do not send text as a jpg or any other type of graphic file. An accompanying picture should be sent as a high-resolution jpg. See "How To Get Into Print - Photographs" for more information nn submitting photographs. The Hinton News P O Draw. ,limD :,i Hinton, WV 5951'1000 hinton1000@aol.com -7 "'~