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Happy Thanksgiving!

Greetings!  Thanksgiving as a national US holiday was a day set aside to thank God for all the many blessings He had bestowed upon us. Whether you believe in God, as over 90% of Americans do, or whether you don’t, a thankful heart breeds more peace and contentment than one who finds themselves in some

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips Posted on October 10, 2011by Yetter Insurance Agency, Inc. Halloween will soon be here!  Kids enjoy this holiday – dressing up as their favorite super hero, tv character, or other figure.  As a parent, how can you make this event the safest?  Here are some tips for a happy, healthy, and fun

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Caring for Kids Today and Tomorrow

Caring For Kids Today and Tomorrow Raising kids is not cheap. From getting new shoes for their growing feet every three months to funding college, making sure kids have everything they need to grow up and become members of society is expensive. It’s hard enough to take care of these things when you have a

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Getting Serious about Life Insurance

No one likes to think about life insurance, much less talk about it or buy it. It’s uncomfortable and a little scary, acknowledging that we won’t live forever. But remember: life insurance isn’t about the people who are gone. It’s about the people who remain. Life insurance is the ultimate safety net. It ensures that

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Heat Safety Tips

Heat is the number-one cause of weather-related deaths in the United States. Please be sure to keep safe this week as the heat index will push the limits and records!! Check out the CDC’s Heat safety tips athttp://www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/extremeheat/heat_guide.asp Rember, elevated temperatures have an impact on your entire body. Check out this article on Cnn.com for

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Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July!

Have a safe and Happy 4th of July! Thank you to our veterans and to our active servicemen who have sacrificed for our freedoms! A surprising number of people are treated in emergency rooms for injuries related to fireworks. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lists an estimated 7,000 reported injuries in 2008. Be

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Deep Pocket Getting Shallower

The PA House of Representative just passed the ” Fair Share Act”. Governor Tom Corbett is expected to sign it. Under the present law a person who is only 1% responsible for liability can be held to pay 100% of the total judgement. The Fair Share Act makes the defendent only responsible for his own

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Life Jacket Safety

LIFE JACKET WEAR / WEARING YOUR LIFE JACKET Boaters enjoy the feel of sun and spray. So it’s tempting to boat without wearing a life jacket – especially on nice days. But modern life jackets are available in a wide variety of shapes, colors, and sizes. Many are thin and flexible. Some are built right

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Using a cell phone while driving

Pennsylvania has not made driving while phoning illegal yet. Does this activity constitute reckless conduct? A recent study shows that for every 6 seconds one drives and texts, 4.2 seconds are spent NOT WATCHING the road. Distraction is the number one cause of preventable car accidents. Using a cell phone even for conversation only while

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The Company Car

We call them “company cars,” but in reality they’re a lot more than that. Life happens, and that company car suddenly becomes the “get-the-kids-to-soccer-practice-mobile” or the “running-to-the-store-for-bread-and-milk car.” But what happens when a company car has an accident while on personal business? ERIE business products are developed with a complete view of your life. That’s

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