CSX) today announced that the Company’s board of directors has authorized an 8% increase in its quarterly dividend, from $0.24 to $0.26 per share.
The new $0.26 quarterly dividend is payable March 13, 2020, to shareholders of record at the close of business Feb. 28, 2020.
About CSX and its Disclosures
CSX, based in Jacksonville, Florida, is a premier transportation company. It provides rail, intermodal and rail-to-truck transload services and solutions to customers across a broad array of markets, including energy, industrial, construction, agricultural and consumer products. For nearly 200 years, CSX has played a critical role in the nation’s economic expansion and industrial development. Its network connects every major metropolitan area in the eastern United States, where nearly two-thirds of the nation’s population resides. It also links more than 230 short-line railroads and more than 70 ocean, river and lake ports with major population centers and farming towns alike.
This announcement, as well as additional financial information, is available on the company’s website at http://investors.csx.com. CSX also uses social media channels to communicate information about the company. Although social media channels are not intended to be the primary method of disclosure for material information, it is possible that certain information CSX posts on social media could be deemed to be material. Therefore, we encourage investors, the media, and others interested in the company to review the information we post on Twitter (http://twitter.com/CSX) and on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/OfficialCSX). The social media channels used by CSX may be updated from time to time. More information about CSX and its subsidiaries is available at www.csx.com.
Plan is to show “Birds of Prey” – AND Sunday’s Godzilla movie is still “a go”!
“Opening Day” will be Friday, February 14, 2020 for a 7:00 pm show. then Saturday shows at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm & a Sunday show at 3:00 pm.
AND FREE “Cheese Movie” Sunday at 6:30 pm…
Tickets are $5.00 for all shows!
First run release…
DC Comic’s Birds of Prey
(US Release Date: February 7, 2020)
Starring: Margot Robbie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Derek Wilson
Directed By: Cathy Yan
Synopsis: After splitting up with The Joker, Harley Quinn and three other female superheroes – Black Canary, Huntress and Renee Montoya – come together to save the life of a little girl (Cassandra Cain) from an evil crime lord.
Following the Court of Honor the scouts will host a FREE show!
Scouts and parents. We will meet at 6:00pm for our Court of Honor ceremony on Sunday, Feb 16.
Following the Court of Honor the scouts will host a FREE show!
The public is invited for this be a fun and “CHEEZY” event. Our scouts will get a pop and popcorn for free after the ceremony.
The concession stand will be open to the public!
From Scout Master and theater operator Shawn Benjamin: “Boy Scout Troop 315 will host an event at the Virginia Theater on Sunday , February 16 at 6:30pm. The boys voted on watching Godzilla on Monster Island, 1972 film. Yes it’s cheesy and we’d like to invite the public in on this little cheese fest at the Virginia Theater. Free admission and concessions will be available for purchase.
We are looking for new members. Enrollment is open until March 15th….
Klassy Kids 4H Club held their first meeting of the year on February 9th. Fifteen members were in attendance, including 2 new members. During the meeting we discussed basic club rules and expectations, 4H opportunities outside of our club, tentative meeting schedule for the year and also upcoming club plans.
A safety tip was provided by Garrett Ziegler. He stressed the importance of always being aware of your surroundings. Emma Cotterman provided a current event: talking about the reopening of North Baltimore’s Virginia Theater, and Maddy Westgate provided a health tip: using a black light. Club members saw how fast germs can travel, and they also learned that germs can be found in some of the strangest places.
Club president, Lilly Westgate ran the meeting with the support of the leadership team which consists of Emma Cotterman, Maddy Westgate and Garrett Ziegler. Club advisors are Laura Westgate, Lindsay Ziegler, Tracy Cotterman and Crystal Hubbs.
4H membership is based on a child’s age and school grade as of January 1st of the current year. Cloverbud members must be age 5 AND enrolled in Kindergarden as of January 1st and Club Membership begins when a child is age 8 AND enrolled in 3rd grade as of January 1st. Enrollment is open until March 15th and we are gladly accepting new members.
In an attempt to promote Wood County 4H and encourage enrollment older club members will be visiting Powell elementary students in grades 2-6 on February 19th to talk about 4H and the opportunities it’s provided them.
Contact Wood County 4H Extension Office 419-354-9050 or email the club at [email protected] for information on joining.
Effective March 9, Harry’s Pharmacy will be opening their doors at the Carey Medical & Diagnostic Center, a division of Blanchard Valley Health System, located at 930 Sheriden Drive, Carey, Ohio.
The community is cordially invited to a celebratory ribbon cutting ceremony, held at the new location on Tuesday, May 5 at noon. The special event will be held in collaboration with the Carey Chamber of Commerce.
“We have made a commitment to the Carey community to provide exceptional health care for generations,” explained Kelly Shroll, president of Blanchard Valley Medical Practices. “The inclusion of Harry’s Pharmacy to this initiative reinforces that promise.”
Harry’s Pharmacy first opened in 1936. By moving the pharmacy to the Carey Medical & Diagnostic Center location, health care is more easily accessible. The facility also offers primary and specialty care, including cardiology, obstetrics & gynecology, orthopedics, pain management, neurosurgery and urology.
“We are very excited for the opportunity to better serve our people,” shared Randy Myers, RPh., pharmacist. “Pharmacy plays a crucial role in patient care and we believe having a pharmacy on-site at the Carey Medical & Diagnostic Center will be more convenient for the community.”
For more information, please call 419.396.0567 or visit bvhealthsystem.org.
Make sure to get enough vitamin C daily even before any signs of a cold start to appear…..
So you feel a cold coming on: should you stock up on vitamin C?, by Brittany Kralik, BGSU Intern
We live in a day and age where there is no time to spare for overcoming a common cold. Our schedules are busy and we simply do not have time to devote days towards overcoming an illness. Instead, we stock up on vitamin C supplements the moment we feel a cold coming on. The intention of this commonality is understandable: use an easy to ingest supplement in order to reduce the amount of time that the illness keeps us in bed. But is mega-dosing vitamin C worth the money and effort? Does taking 1,000 mg of vitamin C daily, if not multiple times daily, really help to prevent or shorten the length of the common cold? Let’s find out.
For starters, what is vitamin C and why is it the go-to for illness prevention?
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that works to relieve oxidative stress within the body, which is why vitamin C is thought to help alleviate the common cold. When a body experiences an infection or an illness, it causes the release of reactive oxidizing agents in the body. The role of vitamin C is to protect cells against the harmful actions of those oxidizing agents. Essentially, vitamin C works as a shield or barrier against harmful substances during illness. Additionally, vitamin C is also thought to play a role in the actual immune system. High levels of vitamin C have been found in white blood cells, which indicates that vitamin C plays a functional role in those protective cells.
Vitamin C is water soluble meaning that if the body has excess amounts of it, it will usually be excreted. Vitamin C can be found naturally in many foods including oranges or orange juice, bell peppers, grapefruit or grapefruit juice, and tomatoes. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) for adults over the age of 18 is 90 mg for males and 75 mg for females.
Does vitamin C actually have an impact on colds?
Researchers published a study in 2013 that determined taking 200 mg of vitamin C daily, which exceeds the RDA by over 200%, decreased the risk of getting a cold in half. However, this finding was significant only in populations that are extremely active, such as marathon runners. The study concluded that taking 200 mg of vitamin C daily did not lower the risk of getting a cold in the general population.
It was determined, however, that taking 200 mg of vitamin C daily reduced the length of common colds by 8% in adults and 14% in children. This reduction in length equals out to about one day of illness, meaning that taking 200 mg of vitamin daily may reduce the length of your cold by one day.
It is recommended to consume vitamin C daily in order to experience the full benefits of the nutrient. More specifically, it is recommended to obtain vitamin C through food sources rather than dietary supplements because food is the preferred fuel for our body. Eating your sources of vitamin C ensures that you are also consuming other vitamins and minerals, as well as, fiber and energy.
What about the products that contain thousands of milligrams of vitamin C? Unfortunately, the body cannot absorb and store all of that vitamin C for later use. Any amount above 400 mg is excreted through the urine. In other words, the 1,000 mg dietary supplements might not be worth your money.
Make sure to get enough vitamin C daily even before any signs of a cold start to appear. This will help the body maximize the benefits of the vitamin. In terms of mega-dosing vitamin C at the first sign of a cold: it may reduce the length of your illness by one day but your body will likely excrete most of the supplement you consume.
Alternatively, a healthy diet accompanied by exercise is a great way to prevent illness.
Brittany is a Wood County native who studied dietetics during her undergraduate career at Bowling Green State University. She is currently completing her dietetic internship while working on receiving her Master’s of Food and Nutrition from BGSU. After becoming a registered dietitian, Brittany plans to pursue a PhD with hopes to work in the research and development process of sustainable food products. Outside of the academic setting, she enjoys working out, trying new coffee shops, and supporting locally owned restaurants and businesses.”
Carr AC, Lykkesfeldt J. Vitamin c in health and disease. Nutrients. 2017. ISBN 978-3-03897-030-9