You are invited to lunch!
Any person age 60 and over and spouses of persons age 60 and over are invited to lunch at the Hubbard Senior Center, 220 West Liberty Street (in back of the City Building). Lunch is served Monday through Friday, at 3:30 PM, but you MUST make a reservation.
Please call two (2) working days in advance to make a reservation by calling Trumbull County Office of Elderly Affairs at (330) 675-2486 before 2:00 PM or come into the Senior Center weekday afternoons and talk to Kathy Klein, Site Manager.
Call and enjoy a good, well-balanced meal, fellowship, fun, and volunteer opportunities! The nutrition program accepts donations for meals, which help pay the costs. This program is funded by the Older American’s Act for all Senior Citizens regardless of income.
Take a moment to read over the Trumbull County Combined Health District Newsletter for December 2016.
Let’s Turn Hubbard Green!
America’s veterans are some of our nation’s bravest, hardest-working men and women. How can we show them the appreciation they deserve when they get back home and out of uniform? Greenlight A Vet is a campaign to establish visible national support for our veterans by changing one light to green.
Why green? Green is the color of hope, renewal and well-being. “Greenlight” is also a term commonly used to activate forward movement and that’s what veterans are known for – their ability to take action quickly no matter the challenge. They demonstrate great leadership skills in any situation and represent the best of America.
So how can you show your support for our nation’s veterans? Change one light to green in a visible location-on your porch, in your home, or at your office! Keep the light glowing every day as a symbol of appreciation and support for our veterans.
The City Transformation Team received training from The Ohio Department of Health on how to administer Naloxone (Narcan). They each received a kit as part of Project DAWN, which is a community-based drug overdose education and naloxone distribution program. Participants receive training on: recognizing the signs and symptoms of overdose, distinguishing between different types of overdose, performing rescue breathing, calling emergency medical services and administering intranasal Naloxone. For more information on Project DAWN visit: www.healthy.ohio.gov/vipp/drug/ProjectDAWN
We’re happy to announce that we’ve launched a brand new website to help our current and future neighbors find the information they need quickly. Check often for up-to-date News and Alerts, as well as our Calendar of Events for upcoming goings-on around town!