Options Pregnancy Center Has a New Location

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisOptions Pregnancy Center has a new location. The non-profit organization has moved from West Washington Ave to a new location on West Chisholm Street.Center Director, Emily Potter said the new location is bigger, and more welcoming for expecting families who may need to use the facility. Potter said the new location would help make future programs a lot easier to host thanks to the larger space.“We’re working on changing things around here and just making it more comfortable to be here with the new support group, and support groups who already started last year. We just needed a little bigger atmosphere. We have a fireplace out front now, and some couches…it will be more like a home situation rather than an office is what we were going for and a better location. It’s more central to the community and more central to organizations that we work with here in town. So it will make it a lot more convenience for us as well,” Potter said.The center’s goal is to expand services this year. The new location has more storage rooms, and more office space. Potter said more volunteers are need.If would like to become a volunteer contact the center at 989–354–6089.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: New Location, Options Pregnancy CenterContinue ReadingPrevious Rogers City Woman Dies In Trailer FireNext Road Commissions Enforce Spring Load Restrictions and Speed Reductionslast_img read more

Salvador Perez injury update: Royals catcher will undergo Tommy John surgery

first_imgMLB Network reported that Kansas City already has been in touch with free agent Martin Maldonado.Perez has a career slash line of .266/.297/.442 and has averaged almost 18 home runs and 63 RBIs in his eight-year MLB career. He has caught 35 percent of attempted base-stealers and has a career .995 fielding percentage. Perez suffered an undisclosed injury to his right elbow last Wednesday and according to an initial report, Tommy John surgery was on the table but wasn’t necessary. He later sought out the second opinion of Dr. Neal S. ElAttrache, who confirmed he would undergo the procedure.Salvador Perez’s second opinion from Dr. ElAttrache confirmed original diagnosis. Perez will have Tommy John surgery tomorrow.— Jeffrey Flanagan (@FlannyMLB) March 6, 2019Perez is expected to be out until 2020.The team has not offered any details on how Perez suffered the injury. But talks of his replacement are reportedly taking place. The original diagnosis for Royals catcher Salvador Perez has been confirmed. According to a report from MLB.com, the six-time All-Star will undergo Tommy John surgery Wednesday to repair ligament damage in his right elbow.last_img read more