• Please join us for the CAB Community Meeting, usually held on the first Thursday of every month at 7:00PM. Please check Posts for speaker information, time, and location.

    Community meetings are generally held at Second Presbyterian Church, 528 Garland Drive, Carlisle, PA

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Protecting Our Children from Environmental Hazards, April 5

Claire Hawks

Illustration by Claire Hawks
Artworks! Art Teacher at Carlisle Arts Learning Center Talia Amorosano

What is in the air we breathe and are in the household products we use every day?

Two local doctors will discuss the vulnerability of children and the elderly to environmental toxins and how we can protect them and ourselves

Katarzyna Ferraro, MD, double board certified in emergency medicine and integrative medicine, treats complex medical problems in children and adults, including childhood developmental delays and autism.

Craig Jurgensen, MD is a retired neurologist with 30+ years of experience working with complex neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s dementia and Parkinson’s; he has a special interest in air pollution on neurological function and health.

Thursday, April 5 at 7 pm

Second Presbyterian Church, 528 Garland Drive, Carlisle

Childcare will be provided

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No-Idling Standard for Buses Nets Praise: Sentinel News

October 18, 2006: The Sentinel News

No-Idling Standard for Buses Nets Praise

By Eric Harkreader

Excerpt: South Middleton’s school directors found themselves on the receiving end of a citizen advocacy group’s praises Monday night as it sought support for legislation to limit commercial truck exhaust.

‘(Superintendent Patricia Sanker) doesn’t mess around. She just says no idling and that’s that,’ said Winston Cleland, the treasurer of Clean Air Board of Central Pennsylvania and former superintendent of the West Perry School District.

Appearing along with Dr. Phil Carey, a pulmonary physician of 25 years with offices in Carlisle, Cleland thanked the district for its practice of shutting school buses off when they’re not in use.