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Cavendish association to give tick talk

Courtesy CCCA

Ticks of various types are prevalent in the area. Learn about them and how to deal with their emerging presence in our area.

Tuesday, April 24, 6:30 p.m.—CAVENDISH— As part of its continuing series of nature talks, the Cavendish Community and Conservation Association will sponsor a tick talk at the town office on Tuesday, April 24 at 6:30 p.m. on the pervasive problem of ticks in Vermont.

Bradley J. Tompkins, epidemiologist and program chief of the ickborne and enteric diseases division at the Vermont Department of Health will share information about the changing landscape of tick borne diseases in Vermont. Come learn about the who, what, when, and where of tick borne disease risk in Vermont, how to best prevent tick bites and the best actions to take after a tick bite.

The Cavendish Town Office is located at 37 High St., Cavendish. All area residents are welcome. For more information, call 802-226-7736.

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