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'Great American smokeout' is Nov. 21 CIMC has advice on how smokers can oecome ex-smokei;s BY JUDY HIBBS The US Surgeon General has said, "Smoking cessation [stop- ping smoking] represents the sin- gle most important step that smok- ers can take to enhance the length and quality of their lives." It's hard to quit smoking, but it can be done. To have the best chfince of quitting and staying a non-smoker, you need to know what you're up against, what your options are, and where to go for help. The Great American Smokeout encourages everyone who has considered the health ben- efits of being a non-smoker choose to take the STOP SMOKING Challenge. Smokers and their fam- ily members will find information at the American Cancer Society website or at www.cancer.org. What's involved in this National Day focused on encouraging smokers to quit? Firstly, an indi- vidual needs to make the decision to quit smoking. It's not easy or everybody would "just do it." Why is it so hard to quit smok- ing? How does smoking affect your health? Why quit smoking now? When smokers quit - what are the benefits over time? What are the immediate rewards of quitting I Saldafia-Corchero Nuptials Caitlin Kellogg Saldafia was recently married to Kyle An- drew Corchero in Grass Val- ley, CA. They had a church wedding in Pacific Beach and a vineyard wedding at Clavey Vineyard, where many mem- bers of the family attended. Caitlin is the daughter of Luke and Erin Saldafia of Pa- cific Beach and granddaugh- ter of Sonny Cooper of Laguna Niguel and Herman Saldafia of Avalon. Kyle is originally from Grass Valley and works in the wine indus- try. The vineyard wedding was beautifully officiated by Loreen Saldafia. smoking? Where can you find help with the mental part of nicotine addiction? What help is available for the physical part of addiction? Nicotine replacement therapy? What are the types,choosing and using nicotine replacement therapy? Are there Prescription drugs to help you quit smoking ? What other methods of quitting smoking really work? These and other questions are answered on website pages, in American Cancer Society litera- ture and Catalina Island Medical Center has information for those who are interested. The websites and literature related to smoking cessation offer steps for long-term success. An important recommendation is to set a "quit smoking" date. Pick your quit day (give yourself up to 30 days) then "Google" Great American Smokeout. Learn about coping with smoking withdrawal. Make a plan for staying smoke- free. A sample suggestion regard- ing cigarette cravings--when a craving hits--it may seem intense. But evidence shows, it will subside in about two minutes. So, it's a good idea to find something else to do during your cravings. Take a walk, go get a drink of water, or go somewhere that smoking is not allowed. Engage family and friends in your efforts. Ask for and accept support. For more informa- tion about smoking cessation you may call Catalina Island Medical Center (310). 510-0700. CIMC is committed to provide quality healthcare to each individ- ual and improve the overall health of the community. 4th and 5th graders help Island recycle .L Avalon School Teacher Tina Newhard and her Fourth-Fifth grade combo class has found an great way to raise money for a big class field trip, help conserve water and recycle all at the same time. It started at the beginning of the school year when the class was talking about water conservation and evolved into a major recycling effort that has netted the class almost $200. Newhard, who lives on the mainland and commutes to work, walks to the afternoon boat with a dolly, fully loaded with boxes of empty plastic bottles which she takes to a recycling center near her home to col- lect there redemption value. The recycling effort has become so big that Catalina Flying Boats has offered to assist in getting the empty water bottles to the mainland. Students help after school by smashing the bottles and boxing them up for the trip to a mainland recycling facility= Courtesy photo Founded in 1913 by Ernest Windle Publlsllmr Vince Bodiford vince@thecatalinaislander.com General Manager Jon Remy advertising@thecatalinaislander.com Interim Editor Travis Perkins editor@thecatatinaislander.com Office Assistant Kristy Throndson office@thecatalinaislander.com Graphic Designer Christy Smith Multimlla Dior France Te francote@communitymediaus.com THURSDAY GATHERING 6:30PM 635 CRESCENT AVENUE . SUITE A AVALON, CA 90704 (310) 510-0500 FAX: (310) 510-2882 Postmaster: Send address changes to The Catalina Islander P.O. 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No part may be repro- duced in any fashion without written consent of the publisher, This publication is printed almost entirely on recycled paper. Contents Copyright 2014 and Title Registered, Catalina Islander, inc., All Rights Reserved. PROUD MEMBER oF THE PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER _ ISLAND SPA You're invited to our open house! Island Spa Catalina Thursday, November 13, 2014 10:OOam - 5:00pm 163 Crescent Avenue 1 Avalon, CA 90704 877.778.6454 I Now pre-booking appointments! SINGING WATERS CHRISTIANCENTER SERVING AVALON, REACHING THE ISLAND 346 CATALINA AVE SEAI0000RT BISTRO Join Chef Gregory Wenger Six Nights A Week 5pm-9pm (Closed Wednesdays) Thanksgiving Dinner Now accepting reservations, serving 2pm-7pm $23.95 Weeknight Football Special! Available Monday & Thursday 1 Pizza, 4 Pieces of Chef Greg's Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, and Side Salad for . $25.00 (To Go or Free Delivery Only) Tuesday Night Special! 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