Educational Support Grants were awarded by Diana Fesenmyer to two Oil City Area School District teachers.
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Awards can be in the following categories: Newsprint, Website, Radio, TV, Video, Social Media, Blog.
If you would like to nominate a PASR member for this award please contact Diana Fesenmyer at 676-6442 or email@example.com
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You probably know that Medicare cards are changing to help protect your identity. Your new card will have a new Medicare Number that’s unique to you, instead of your Social Security Number. Unfortunately, con artists may still try to steal your personal information.
So what can you do to protect yourself? Guard your card, like a credit card. And don’t give your Medicare Number over the phone or email. Remember, Medicare never calls you unless you’ve asked them to.
Visit Medicare.gov/fraud to learn more about Medicare fraud.Watch this short video, Guard Your Card Video
PA State Police, "Identity Theft" pamphlet.
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Learn what to look for, stay informed, and act on your intuition with the official See Something Send Something app. For situations requiring an immediate response always call 911 or local police directly.Download for Android Devices
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