Tired of the endless cycle of deprivation and overeating? Feel anxious and guilty about your eating? Harvard University Health Services’ Intuitive Eating Seminar, led by registered dietitian and licensed nutritionist Michelle P. Gallant, can help you find a balance between eating what you want and eating for health in a way that is sustainable and life affirming.The class, held each Wednesday from Sept. 21 to Nov. 9, costs $75 for students and $150 for others with valid Harvard ID. The fee includes a copy of the book “Intuitive Eating” by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch. To register, send your name and phone number to [email protected] There is a brief preseminar assessment.
Rose Mary Moreland, 89, of Dillsboro passed away Saturday, September 21, 2019 at her residence. Rose Mary was born Monday, August 25, 1930 in Hooven, Ohio, the daughter of William and Lois (Pendergast) Guard. She married Jack Moreland September 30, 1950 and he preceded her in death December 6, 2008. She was a member of Dillsboro United Methodist Church and was a homemaker. She was a member of the 1948 Class of Taylor High School in North Bend, Ohio and Southeastern Emmaus of Indiana. She volunteered at the Dillsboro food pantry and her church where she was a Sunday school teacher. Rose Mary enjoyed sewing, quilting, crocheting, baking (known for her lemon pies), cooking, tending to her yard, cleaning, loved the outdoors and walking her dog.Rose Mary is survived by daughters: Leeanne Maltbie (Thom) of Dillsboro and Jane Moreland (Claudia Young) of Yorktown, VA; 2 grandchildren: Emily (Mike) Bennett and Tanner (Jaime) Maltbie; and 1 great grandchild Carson Rose Maltbie. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Jack, son Daniel Moreland and brother William Guard.A service celebrating her life will be held 11 AM Saturday, September 28, at Dillsboro United Methodist Church, 10071 Front Street, Dillsboro, IN 47018, with Pastor Deb Beason officiating. Family and friends may gather to share and remember her 9 AM – 11 AM Saturday also at the church. Memorial contributions may be made in honor of Rose Mary to Dillsboro food pantry, P.A.W.S. of Dearborn County, Women of Alabaster or Dillsboro United Methodist Church. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 146, Dillsboro, IN 47018, (812)432-5480. You may go to www.filterdevriesmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family. read more
The Badgers are getting ready to face the Bemidji State Beavers for the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Final Faceoff as the University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team (29-3-2) heads off to Minneapolis to take on Bemidji (16-18-3) Saturday at the Ridder Arena.UW has previously defeated Bemidji State in four other face-offs this season, giving the Badgers some confidence walking into the match on Saturday. The No. 1 ranked Badgers have beat the No. 4 ranked Beavers in the past three Final Faceoff games, so Wisconsin is looking to keep their win streak alive this weekend.If Wisconsin wins Saturday, the Badgers will move on to play the victor of Ohio State and Minnesota on Sunday. Whoever wins the Sunday game will solidify their spot in the 2018 National Collegiate Women’s Ice Hockey Championship.Canada defeats United States in Olympic women’s hockey preliminariesIn a thrilling battle between rivals Team USA and Canada, the United States women’s ice hockey team fell short in Read…Wisconsin’s leading scorer, Abby Roque, will go up against Bemidji’s top goal scorer, Haley Mack, in a Midwestern showdown. Both girls born and raised in the Midwest, and are looking to take home the victory in their conference. Roque is entering Saturday’s game with 26 assists and 35 points just this season, leading the team in both categories. Mack also heads her team in points, with 25 goals this season.The Badgers have quite the advantage going into this weekend’s game, but it is not time to be complacent. Their last match up against Bemidji ended in a tie game, with Wisconsin winning the shootout 2-1.Wisconsin stars Maddie Rowe and Brette Pettet scored two shootout goals to lock in their fourth win of the season versus the Beavers. But Bemidji will be coming in with a vengeance, so the Badgers have to be on top of their game in Minnesota.Women’s Hockey: Badgers finally fall, lose two straight against surging BuckeyesAll good things must come to an end. This was the case for the incredible in-conference undefeated streak the No. Read…Bemidji State is coming off of a win versus Minnesota Duluth this past Sunday in the first round of the WCHA Playoffs. Because Wisconsin has been ranked number one all season, they were granted a bye for the quarterfinals of the Faceoff. They haven’t played a game since their Feb. 17 matchup against Minnesota, giving them time to rest and prepare for the tournament.While the Badgers have had some much deserved R & R, they are now back on the ice and ready to battle the Beavers. This game will give them the confidence moving forward for the NCAA games coming up soon.Puck drop is scheduled for 2 p.m. this Saturday from Minneapolis. read more
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena- Christmas is right around the corner so most folks will have the opportunity to enjoy some down time with friends and family. But that’s not the case for the Alpena Fire Department who will be on call ready to respond to emergencies.WBKB spoke with Fire Chief Bill Forbush about some of the common calls they receive on Christmas and a few tips to staying safe for the holidays. Christmas tree fires are one of the biggest accidents they see. Folks should make sure they water their tree regularly. Another common call the department receives are deep fried turkey fires. Shoveling and snowplowing injuries are also a common a occurrence. Resident should plan on taking it easy, be aware of their surroundings, and don’t forget those candles.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Boys and Girls Club Alpena Get ‘Silly’ With StringNext Wake up to the Sunrise pantry read more