World Down Syndrome Day Wear Odd Socks – Time to wear odd socks and help raise awareness of Down Syndrome. #JohnsCrazySocks #LotsofSocks #WDSD19
Billy Graham Library closed due to coronavirus pandemic – As a result of a recommendation of President Trump to avoid gatherings of more than 10 people, the Billy Graham Library will be closing to the public effective immediately.
Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove postponing scheduled events due to coronavirus pandemic – Following an executive order by North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper to stop mass gatherings of more than 100 people, the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove will be postponing all scheduled events.
Ark Encounter and Creation Museum to Temporarily Close – The leadership of Answers in Genesis and its biblical attractions, the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter, has been and continues to be actively meeting and communicating nearly around the clock concerning the ever-changing situation regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Tennessee State Parks Remain Open, Provide Healthy Outdoor Alternatives for Citizens. Tennessee State Parks remain open and free of charge for outdoor recreation as officials continue to monitor the impact of coronavirus in Tennessee.
Chick-fil-A closes Dining Room, Offers Drive-Thru Only – This move is to help lower the risk of employees and patrons exposure to the Coronavirus COVID-19. #Coronavirus #COVID19 #ChickfilA
SBC Leadership Calls For Day Of Prayer Against COVID-19 Coronavirus – It is scheduled for March 15, 2020. #Coronavirus #COVID19 #DayofPrayer
Chick-fil-A President on preparation and response for COVID-19 #coronavrus #chickfila
World Kidney Day – 1 in 10 people worldwide. While severity can vary, CKD is incurable and causes the patient to need lifelong care. As the incidence of kidney disease escalates, World Kidney Day plays a crucial role in educating the public, the medical community and governments and in encouraging prevention and early detection of kidney disease. #WorldKidneyDay
Coronavirus sparks worldwide concern – Both the World Health Organization and The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have closely monitored the coronavirus, which was named COVID-19 in mid-February 2020. The public is understandably concerned, but educating oneself about COVID-19 and coronaviruses in general can assuage some fears. #Coronovirus #COVID19
Dress In Blue Day a day to wear blue to raise colon cancer awareness. This movement came from the Colon Cancer Alliance and for everyone to wear blue this one day of the month to help raise awareness for colon cancer. #ColonCancer #Blue #DressInBlueDay #BlueDay #ColonCancerAwareness #Colorectalcancer
It’s okay if walkers miss the 10,000-step standard – The 10,000-step standard – which equates to roughly five miles. It has some surprising origins that are not necessarily rooted in medical science.