With temperatures expected to climb throughout the weekend, the American Red Cross is offering safety tips to beat the heat.
The Red Cross says to stay hydrated, and avoid caffeine and alcohol, wear loose, lightweight clothing, slow down and stay indoors and postpone outdoor games and activities.
If someone is exhibiting signs of heat exhaustion such as cool and moist skin, headache, nausea or dizziness move them to a coll place, and provide 4 ounces of water every 15 minutes.
A heat stroke can be life threatening. Signs include hot red skin, vomiting and high body temperatures. Call 911 immediately if someone shows these signs.
10/31/2023 5:30 pm – 10/31/2023 7:30 pm First Church of the Nazarene Trunk or Treat will be Tueday,October 31st, 5:30 Pm until 7:30Pm at First Church of the Nazarene across from McDonalds & Dinner 54. Free hotdogs, popcorn, drinks and candy. $50 Gift card giveaway ( 2 names will be drawn) & Photo booth. Add…Continue Reading
10/01/2023 4:00 pm – 10/03/2023 7:00 pm Multi-Church Revival “Calling everyone to Christ!” will be Sunday,October 1st- Monday,October 3rd.at multipul locations. Youth Rally Grades 6th -12 Sunday, October 1st, 4:00 Pm : Games , Snacks,Friends! Speaker : Chris Kynard from Texas–Music from all over ! FREE to attend , Bring covered dish if youd like.…Continue Reading
10/01/2023 8:00 am – 10/31/2023 12:00 am KCHS Callaway Rual Schools Scavenger Hunt will be Sunday,October 1st thru Tuesday,October 31st presented by Kingdom of Callaway Historical Society. Savor the history of our callaway county rual and historical school houses. Enjoy a visit – take a selfie at the few remaining buildings/sites as we prepare for…Continue Reading