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2011 has been a productive year for RAMS: After two years of hard work, dedication and fundrasiers, Glenrock now has the Glenrock CMB, (Community Message Board)! The CMB was made possible by RAMS of Glenrock, the extra time/ input from Dan Schreiner, Deer Creek Drug, and the devoted contributors who volunteered their time, support and donations to see the project through to completion.

RAMS of Glenrock WORKING FOR THE BUSINESSES & COMMUNITY OF GLENROCK, CONVERSE COUNTY President:............................. Cindy Pittsley, The Flower Shop Vice-President: .................... Colbi Maddox, Hilltop National Bank Sec/Tresurer:........................ Brenda Stark, Star * k Tack, Feed & Cowgirl Country Gifts Board Member at Large: ..... Travis Henderson, Star * k Communications Board Member at Large: ..... Christina Hiser, Christina’s Hair & Nails Board Member at Large: ..... Patty Reiter, Reiter Machine

RAMS started community Meet N Greets in 2011. Meet N Greets are hosted by RAMS business members, open to the public, and held on the 3rd Thursday of every other month beginning in February.

Board Member at Large: .... Jim Moulton, Glenrock Motorsports

NEXT FUNDRAISER: 4th Annual Fire & Ice, February 1, 2012, Fort Diablo Steak House, Glenrock WY (Tables are limited, so get your tickests soon.) RAMS is a 100% volunteer organization that is committed to the Glenrock, Converse County community. 100% of all fundrasising proceeds are reinvested back into the community strictly for the benefit of the community.

RAMS will continue to host fundraisers and Meet N Greets to support the Glenrock Community. RAMS looks forward to the participation of our current members, new members and the wonderful Glenrock community.

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NEXT MEET AND GREET Thursday, February 16th, 2012


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The Best for First

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D AY TO N A more meaning behind it, not to mention the fact that BEACH, Fla. -- this race means the world to a race-car driver." The Daytona 500 is Gordon has won "the Great American Race" three NASCAR's greatest times: 1997, 1999 and 2004. But many of the sport's race. Of that there is greats, most notably Dale Earnhardt and Darrell little doubt, though Waltrip, waited many years before finally claiming some drivers cite the Harley J. Earl Trophy. Rusty Wallace never won the Brickyard 400 as it. Tony Stewart hasn't won it yet. comparable. Stewart, the reigning champion, said it was at the Why is it NASCAR's greatest race? top of his "bucket list." Unlike the greatest events of other sports, the Daytona The race does not always go to the sport's super500 opens the season rather than concludes it. The Super stars. In 2011, both Sprint Cup winners at Daytona Bowl, World Series, et al. determine championships. The claimed their first career victories. Trevor Bayne won Daytona 500 isn't even in the Chase. Winning it isn't the 500, and David Ragan won the Coke Zero 400. even a significant factor in determining the Sprint Cup This Daytona 500 could well be another major champion. More than any other major sporting event, surprise. It almost surely will be dramatic. ••• it stands alone, comparable more to the premier events Monte Dutton covers motorsports for The Gaston (N.C.) Gazette. of golf and tennis than team sports such as football, E-mail Monte at baseball, basketball, hockey and soccer. © 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. The 500 pays far more than any other race on the schedule, however, and to understand its importance, one also must understand unique aspects of automobile racing in general and NASCAR in particular. "From a talent standpoint ... it's harder to win at Martinsville, it's harder to win at Bristol, it's harder to win at Kansas and most other tracks," Jeff Gordon said, "but I think there isn't anybody who doesn't want to win the Daytona 500. That's the difference. It doesn't matter whether it's a restrictor-plate race or not, or how much skill or luck goes into it. You want to win it. "The longer you go without winning it, the more challenging it becomes and the Importance and a huge payout surround the Daytona 500. Carl Edwards (left), runner-up in harder you think it is, and when you do last year's Chase, won the pole position for the inaugural racing event of NASCAR's 2012 season; accomplish it, I think there is that much Tony Stewart, last year's champion, will start 10th. (Getty Images for NASCAR photo)

Trevor Bayne's Cinderella story of winning the Daytona 500 last year makes him a driver to watch for this year's race. He'll be running the Wood Brothers No. 21 Ford. (John Clark/NASCAR This Week photo)

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‘Minor’ Heart Attacks Can Still be Deadly DEAR DR. DONOHUE: My husband, 46, died suddenly and unexpectedly from a heart attack. An autopsy showed that he died from what the doctor said was a minor heart attack. How does a minor heart attack kill? It was major for him and me. - C.C. ANSWER: The pathologist who performed the autopsy must have found that only a small section of heart was involved, and only a small heart artery was obstructed. Minor heart attacks can lead to major complications, including death. They can generate abnormal heartbeats, so abnormal that the heart’s pumping action stops. You have my deepest sympathy. The booklet on heart attacks explains why they happen and how they’re prevented. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Donohue -- No. 102W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. ••• DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I want to get rid of a lot of expired medicines. I have heard that flushing them down the toilet or putting them in the garbage will make them end up in our drinking water. What is the proper solution? -- M.S. ANSWER: Different government agencies have different recommendations for medicine disposal. Congress is trying to resolve those differences. First, check with your drugstore to see if it has a program to dispose of medicines; many do. Also check with your town, county or state to see if it has “take-back” programs. Many do. If you can’t find a facility that accepts old medicines, mix them with coffee grounds, sawdust, kitty litter or similar materials (making them less appealing for children or pets to eat), seal them in a plastic bag and put them in your trash. A few drugs ought to be flushed down the toilet or the sink. These drugs are mostly powerful painkillers, like morphine, fentanyl, oxycodone and Demerol. They pose a danger to children, pets and even adults if accidentally ingested. This advice comes from the Food and Drug Administration. You can find the complete list at ••• Dr. Donohue regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but he will incorporate them in his column whenever possible. Readers may write him or request an order form of available health newsletters at P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. © 2012 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Vet Centers Going Mobile

Have you checked out the Vet Center near you? These Department of Veterans Affairs Centers provide dozens of health services, perhaps more than you’d expect. The Vet Centers were started in 1979 as a response to the need to help Vietnam-era veterans adjust to civilian life. Since then the eligibility for assistance has been expanded to include other eras of hostility. Since 2003, the services include bereavement help for spouses, parents and siblings of veterans who died on active duty, as well as substance-abuse assessment and referral, job assessment and referral, brain injury screening, benefits help and more. The Centers, 207 of them across the country, had more than a million visits last year. In addition to the Centers themselves, the VA has had 50 mobile vans going to areas that don’t

have easy access to the regional medical centers. These fully outfitted recreational vehicles, with spaces divided into private rooms, head out to rural areas for on-the-spot counseling, information and referral for military sexual trauma, marriage and family counseling, bereavement counseling and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. In the event of a natural disaster, these vans also can serve as support centers. They have phone lines, computers, WiFi and DVD, satellite dish, fridge, first aid, a defibrillator and more. And now there are an additional 20 vans out on the road to serve rural areas. To read the list of locations for the new vans, go to the VA’s website and put “new mobile vet centers” in the search box. To find the Vet Center nearest you, go online to and put “find Vet Center” in the search box, or call 800-827-1000. If you go to a Stand Down this year, you’ll likely see those vans in place. Write to Freddy Groves in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to © 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

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