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Olympic Trials: Team AQLUB of Japan Will Train at Aquatic Center

Team AQLUB from Tokyo Japan will train at the Larry R. Walkup Aquatic Center Feb. 16-March 8 because of this year’s Olympic Trials. This is a great opportunity for local residents to visit with and watch an extremely competitive team train. Contact the Los Alamos Aquatic Center at 662-8170 for details on the team’s arrival and schedule.

The Aquatic Center is a world-class facility that offers diverse activities to users of all age, income, fitness and interest levels.

The facility offers affordable recreation, instruction, fitness, competitive programs, and therapeutic programs for all


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Experts to Discuss Growing Healthy Hearts for Newborns to Teens

Parents are invited and encouraged to come to the annual Heart Month Seminar at the First Baptist Church Feb. 16.

This is a free event that includes a light supper of wraps and sweet potato salad from the Los Alamos Cooperative Market.

Local pediatrician Dr. Tom Csanadi, psychologist Marvel Harrison, nutritionist Patty Willms and PE teacher Justin Black will be featured speakers.
 
Title: Growing Healthy Hearts—Nutrition and Fitness for Newborns to Teens. Register at: www.losalamosheartcouncil.org

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Local Doctor Returns From Fourth Deployment


Dr. Paul Daly. Courtesy Photo

Dr. Paul Daly, a Family Practice physician with Medical Associates of Northern New Mexico in Los Alamos, recently returned from his fourth mobilization as an Army Reserve medical officer. During this deployment, Dr. Daly was assigned to the 310th Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC) Brigade as their Command Surgeon.

The 310th ESC is  based out of Indianapolis, Indiana, but draws soldiers from several neighboring states. The function of an ESC is to provide combat services support. This entails assuming command and control of smaller logistics units,


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Enloe and Cowan Share Unique History

 

Bill Enloe, left, with Dr. George Cowan at the Santa Fe Institute in December. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Santa Fe Institute founder Dr. George A. Cowan and SFI board member Bill Enloe discussed their unique history in an interview on the Behind the White Coat science program in December.

Cowan is a founding director of Los Alamos National Bank and was its chairman for 30 years. Enloe has spent his professional career with LANB and serves as chairman and chief executive officer.

Cowan is a research scientist, academician, businessman and philanthropist. He is a Lifetime


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