Monthly Archive: June 2011

Jun 29

It’s boating season! Don’t let an accident wreck your fun.

With summer in full swing and 4th of July weekend around the corner, here are some tips to help you keep your activities safe and fun! Life preservers Aren’t Just for Kids. It’s not enough to just have life jackets on board – wear them! In an accident, people rarely have time to reach for …

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Jun 24

Put on Your Dancing Shoes Tonight

Tonight’s the night!  Morrow Insurance is sponsoring tonight’s Music On Main Street featuring Asheville’s 96.5 House Band.  The show starts at 7:00pm at the Visitor’s Center.  Bring a chair and get ready for some fun times! Look for the Morrow gang and be sure to say “Hello!”

Jun 23

Live United 5K and 10K Race

The LIVE UNITED 5K and 10K Road and Trail Race will held on June 25, 2011 beginning at 6:00pm at North Henderson High. The 10k and 5k courses will let you experience everything Western North Carolina has to offer runners. The races are set in a residential and country setting on paved and gravel surfaces …

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Jun 20

Portable Pools Pose Drowning Risk for Young Children

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter – Mon Jun 20, 7:08 pm ET MONDAY, June 20 (HealthDay News) — Portable swimming pools, including the increasingly popular, inflatable models, pose serious risks to young children, experts warn. In a new study, investigators at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, detail the drowning deaths of more than 200 children under 12 years old linked …

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Jun 20

Chamber Pig Pickin Fun

Executive Vice President Jim Rasmussen recently represented Morrow Insurance at the Henderson County Chamber of Commerce Industrial Appreciation Pig Pickin.  It was a great night of socializing, food and music.  Morrow is proud to have Jim representing the agency on the Chamber Board of Directors. .

Jun 19

Music On Main Street

Please join us this Friday night for Music On Main sponsored by Morrow Insurance.  This week’s entertainment will be Asheville’s 96.5 House Band and the Hendersonville Antique Car Club will host a Classic Car Show.  Bring a chair and sit back, relax and enjoy the music from 7:00-9:00 pm. Put on your dancing shoes and head to …

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Jun 15

Bicycle Safety

With summer around the corner, some of us are getting out on our bicycles. Bicycles are the most vulnerable of all vehicles on the road, and extra safety precautions should always be taken when riding. As road users, bicyclists must be highly visible; often drivers of vehicles have a difficult time seeing them in traffic. …

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Jun 09

Hurricane Season Safety

North Carolina and three other southern states lead the nation in the number of billion-dollar weather-related disasters since 1980.  Most of those disasters are tropical-storm related. The North Carolina coast is the most vulnerable to a direct hurricane strike, but inland cities and towns across the state can also be devastated by the high winds and potential …

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Jun 06

Keep Your Appliances Safe

A home in Henderson county was recently lost in a fire due to a faulty dishwasher.  This is a reminder to us all that we should always use caution in operating any appliance.  Here are a few tips: Never leave household appliances running unattended. Make sure they have completed their  cycle and shut off before …

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