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Whittington Valley association to meet

The Whittington Valley Neighborhood Association will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at First Presbyterian Church, 213 Whittington Ave.

The topics that will be discussed include the revitalization plans the former Majestic Hotel site; reviewing the city of Hot Springs' recently approved paving plan; recent updates to CDBG eligible project areas; and exploring additional outreach efforts.

Association members, valley residents and all interested persons are welcome to attend. Call President Mark Toth at 623-4283 for more information.

Vegetarian Supper Club to view Alzheimer's video

The Vegetarian Supper Club will feature Dr. Dale Bredesen's video presentation "The Silver Buckshot" when it meets at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Hot Springs Adventist School, 401 Weston Road.

"Alzheimer's is preventable, and should become a rare disease," according to Bredesen, a neuroscientist-neurologist, who has "discovered a safe and effective approach to the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's disease," the club said in a news release.

Dr. Jeffrey Bland, the founder of the Institute for Functional Medicine, the Cleveland Clinic, said Bredesen's approach "will revolutionize the way we think about the disease," the release said.

"In Dr. Bredesen's book, 'The end of Alzheimer's,' he reveals that Alzheimer's is not one condition, as it is currently treated, but several. The conditions are driven by different mechanisms and typically manifest in different ways and at different ages. But all are dramatically influenced by imbalances in 36 metabolic factors that can trigger 'downsizing' in the brain. He explains his research-based protocol, which addresses ways to rebalance these mechanisms by adjusting lifestyle factors, including micronutrients, hormone levels, stress, and sleep quality. He explores the critical role of diet in cognitive decline, as well as the importance of autophagy, which involves a strict overnight fast," the release said.

A potluck supper is served before each meeting, followed by a presentation on health and healing. Attendees are welcome to bring a vegetarian dish of their choice with the recipe. There is no admission charge, and everyone is welcome.

Submitted photo NEW MEMBERS: New Arkansas Society United States Daughters of 1812 members Rita Cash and Claire Holmes recently received their Arkansas Certificate, with State Registrar Arvetta Swift, President National Mary Raye Casper and State President Kay Tatum. Not pictured are new members Peggy Cara, Kim Bailey, Connie Crymes, Lucy Allen, Martha Adams, Nancy Spears and Junelle Mongno.
Submitted photo NEW MEMBERS: New Arkansas Society United States Daughters of 1812 members Rita Cash and Claire Holmes recently received their Arkansas Certificate, with State Registrar Arvetta Swift, President National Mary Raye Casper and State President Kay Tatum. Not pictured are new members Peggy Cara, Kim Bailey, Connie Crymes, Lucy Allen, Martha Adams, Nancy Spears and Junelle Mongno.

Society on 03/09/2019

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