In today’s world, many of us have experienced identity theft firsthand or have worried that what seems like an opportunity may really be a scam. If you would like to learn how to spot and avoid identity theft or fraud so that you can protect yourself and your family, come to Porter Branch on Thursday, March 16, 6:30-8:00. Steven Scheibe will be presenting this program for adults of all ages, which is brought to you by the AARP Fraud Watch Network.
Recent storms cause me to remember a tornado many summers ago in Illinois. In Virginia, our "season," or the time when we are at greater risk for experiencing tornadoes, is July through August according to the Weather Channel, with the hurricane season running from June through November. There's no time like now to take some precautions. Find out more about storm warnings.
The afternoon breeze, humidity, and thunderheads cued the adults to listen to the radio. The broadcast confirmed their suspicions of impending, severe thunderstorms. We went about the business of stowing the toys, the lawn furniture, and garden tools into Grandma and Grandpa's sheds.