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WUVT would like to remind you not to drink and drive. It doesn't matter if you've had one drink or ten, if you are driving a hundred miles or just one. Alcohol impairs your motor coordination, and if you get behind the wheel under the influence of alcohol, you could kill yourself or someone else. So do everyone a favor and make sure you do not drive while under the influence of alcohol.
Every 10 seconds, a person in the United States needs blood. Do your part by giving blood at your local Red Cross Blood Drive. One donation can help save the lives of three human beings in need. You can visit http://www.redcrossblood.org for more information and to find a blood drive near you.
Pulaski Adult Day Service and Fall Prevention Center
Are you or a loved one in need of care during the day? Pulaski Adult Day Service and Fall Prevention Center can help! They provide care and enriching programs for adults aged 18 and over at their facility, which is located across from the Dublin Middle School, from 7 AM to 5 PM every weekday. They offer art, music, horticulture, exercise, and pet therapies as well as two light snacks, a hot meal daily, and numerous other amenities. For more information, you can call them at (540) 307 - 5487.
Virginia Tech Police Department
Resisting Aggression with Defence is a course offered to male students and employees at Virginia Tech by the VT Police Department. This four-part course allows participants to focus on the following: recognition of aggressive behavior, negative repercussions of aggressive behavior, the role men play in reducing aggression and violence, and the opportunity to practice self-defence in a structured environment in order to avoid, resist, and escape aggressive behavior towards them. For more info, you can contact Micah Pasquarell at email@example.com.
Virginia Tech Police Department
The Virginia Tech Police Department and the One Love Foundation offer multiple programs each year to raise awareness about the warning signs of abuse and activate communities to work to change the statistics about relationship violence. For more information about these programs, you can contact Sergeant Kendrah Cline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RAFT Crisis Hotline
Need to talk? Raft Crisis Hotline offers 24/7 empathy and support. Whether you’re in a crisis situation or if you want to talk about your stressful day, trained volunteers are ready to listen. Call (540) 961 - 8400 to speak with someone who cares.
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This flu season, WUVT would like to remind you to wash your hands frequently, keep a three-to-six-foot distance from people coughing or sneezing. If you are coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth with your elbow, or better a disposable tissue. Your eyes, nose, and mouth are world heritage sites, so don’t let your hands wander there until after washing. If you have symptoms of dry cough, fever, and difficulty breathing contact your health care provider. U.S. cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) were in the hundreds as of late February. There are already 32 million cases of the flu in the United States with 18,000 deaths. Get your influenza vaccine! Be the stealth weapon against COVID-19! For more information, go to cdc.gov/coronavirus
Blacksburg Museum & Cultural Foundation
The Blacksburg Museum & Cultural Foundation is excited to announce that “The Scotch Hunters” will be back by popular demand for the annual BM&CF scotch tasting! Single malt scotch aficionados, Steve Janosik and Don Creamer, will introduce 5 new & distinctive malts from different regions of Scotland. Come to gain an appreciation for the rich variety of tastes in these thoughtfully selected single malts! Purchase Tickets at www.blacksburgmuseum.org! Until: 4/14/2020