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Innovative Sleep Centers - Are your kids getting enough sleep?

Are your kids and grandkids getting enough sleep?

Did you know?

Students who regularly get enough sleep at night learn better in school

Students who regularly get enough sleep at night have fewer behavior problems in school

Having a regular bedtime and a bedtime routine are two of the best ways to ensure your child gets enough sleep to be ready for school the next day

Pre-schoolers need 10-13 hours of sleep; school age children need 9-11 hours; teens need 8-10 hours.

Make sure your children and teens get the sleep they need! 

Innovative Sleep Centers - Tired of Being Tired?

Tired of being tired?

Considering a sleep study?

Call Innovative Sleep Centers for a free consultation.

If you've met your insurance deductible, this is a good time to maximize your benefits before year-end?

We provide care to patients with a full range of sleep disorders.

1700 Hudson St., Suite 202, Longview

360-353-3080

Longview City Info Weekly

Help us reach $1,000,000 for Parks

Since 1997, the City of Longview has annually approved $25,000 for the Neighborhood Park Grant Program.  2018 marks $500,000 in matching funds given to groups, organizations, and schools to improve our park system.  The City of Longview is excited to announce that the Parks and Recreation Department is requesting applications for the 21st Annual Neighborhood Park Grant Program.  This program provides matching funds for park capital improvement projects.  The deadline for submitting an application is Thursday, February 18, 2018.

Innovative Sleep Centers - Are Your Kids Getting Enough Sleep?
Innovative Sleep Centers - Tired of Being Tired?
#METOO - TOGETHER LET’S END SEXUAL VIOLENCE // THERE IS HELP & THERE IS HOPE // DECEMBER 2017

TOGETHER LET’S END SEXUAL VIOLENCE // THERE IS HELP & THERE IS HOPE // DECEMBER 2017

#METOO

Determination of severe weather event

Determination of severe weather event

Pursuant to Ordinance No. 3357 codified as LMC 7.30, Severe Weather Shelters, City Manager Dave Campbell has determined that a severe weather event is imminent based on forecasted cold weather conditions beginning tonight. Low temperatures in the Longview area are currently predicted to be at or below 32 degrees beginning tonight and for the next several days.

Help us reach $1,000,000 for parks - Neighborhood Park Grant Program

Help us reach $1,000,000 for parks

Since 1997, the City of Longview has annually approved $25,000 for the Neighborhood Park Grant Program. 2018 marks $500,000 in matching funds given to groups, organizations, and schools to improve our park system. The City of Longview is excited to announce that the Parks and Recreation Department is requesting applications for the 21st Annual Neighborhood Park Grant Program. This program provides matching funds for park capital improvement projects. The deadline for submitting an application is Thursday, February 18, 2018.

Longview Library Accepting Food for Fines

Longview Library Accepting Food for Fines

The Longview Public Library will accept food for fines beginning December 11th through December 16th.  A can, box or bag of non-perishable food will be accepted in lieu of fifty cents or less of overdue fines. Food may not be used to pay for lost or damaged items. The donated food will go to the Help Warehouse.

 

Moose Droppings: This week at the lodge

Hello Mooses!

This week at the lodge:

 

Monday

League Pool

Tuesday

Bingo with Jenny @ 6:00

Progressive Bingo is @ $133 with 6 numbers

Queen of Hearts is @ $799 with 44 cards left

Kitchen open @ 5:00 serving Soup (Vegetable Beef), Salad, & Roll for $7.

Wednesday

LOOM Meeting @ 6:00

Thursday

Bingo with Phil @ 6:00

Progressive Bingo

Hors d’ouvres

 

Looking ahead…

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