Coastal Chiropractic & Wellness Dr. Keith Mirante
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The Board of Directors meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. The next meeting will be held March 19th in the Killingworth Library meeting room. All members are welcome to attend. Business owners interested in joining the Chamber are also invited to attend.
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In This Month's Krier
Killingworth is HEARTSafe The Department of Public Health started the HEARTSafe Communities Program in the spring of 2006 to foster community environments that improve the survival odds for people suffering sudden cardiac events, such as cardiac arrests or heart attacks.
A HEARTSafe Community promotes and supports the American Heart Association's 'Chain of Survival': Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training in the community; public access to defibrillation through strategic placement of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) for use by trained community members; trained and equipped first responders and early advanced care.
The HEARTSafe Community program was developed in Massachusetts and now many states have started their own programs. It is the hope that this program, developed, piloted and implemented here in New England, will spread across the country. There is a clear need for this program. Only 13% of Connecticut adults know all the proper heart attack signs. These signs include recurring chest discomfort or pain, pain in one or both arms, back, neck, jaw or stomach; shortness of breath; and other symptoms that may include breaking out in a cold sweat, nausea, or light-headedness.
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Welcome March! Although it seems as if we've been living in a perpetual snow globe, warmer temperatures are right around the corner. I'd also like to extend a warm welcome to our new Chamber members.
Denise and Chris Salafia have graced the town with a unique gem, Lavender Pond Farm, located on scenic Roast Meat Hill Rd. Visit their website at lavenderpondfarm.com. to browse their new line of products and upcoming events.
Long time resident and landscaper Mike Cassella has opened Premiere Stone Products on the corner of Stevens Road and Rt 81. Mike offers bulk stone products, pavers, fire pits and more. Visit premierstoneproducts.com for more information.
Andrea Rodnick of Globele Energy also joins our Chamber this month. Globele Energy is a full service company specializing in Energy auditing, management, and education. Visit their website at globeleenergy.com.
Dr. Keith Mirante of Coastal Chiropractic & Wellness focuses on providing you with simple, common sense tips and care to help prevent disease and live a fuller, healthier life. Located at 15 Meigs Avenue, Madison.
Board member Franco Piscitelli is busy planning our Annual Meeting to be held in April. We hope to see you there - it's a great way to network with other Chamber members. Stay tuned for more information!
In closing, I would like to acknowledge our long-time editor, Fiona Phelan, for her contribution to the Krier and the Chamber over the last 10 years. Her talents and dedication were an asset to the publication and we are grateful for the time and care she took each month to make the Krier an invaluable resource for our community. As Fiona moves on from her role with the Krier, we thank her for outstanding service and wish her the very best in future endeavors.
Next Meeting of the Board of Directors – March 19th, 7 p.m. at the Killingworth Library. All members and business owners interested in joining the Chamber are welcome.