Free Lifeline Installations
Have your family and friends contact us at
330-762-0308 or at
1-800-944-0308 to sign up for Lifeline today!
Please Welcome Mary Lynne Zahler to our Team
Hello to All of our Lifeline Subscribers!
I would like to introduce myself to you as the new Lifeline Manager. I started working here at Info Line on January 3, 2005. My actual job title is Manager of the Lifeline, 211, and Information & Referral Programs.
I come to the Lifeline program with many years of professional experience in health and human services. I have held previous management positions at such organizations as Cuyahoga Community College, Medical Mutual, Union Hospital, and Family Services of Summit County where I worked for almost 13 years as a Program Director. Though my formal education is in psychology, counseling, and health education, I consider myself a life-long learner.
I currently live in North Canton with my husband Gary and a menagerie of beloved (but crazy!) pets. Gary also works in Summit County- for the Board of MR/DD. We have been married for almost 17 years- but we hope to make it to 50 at least! We both share many of the same interests including tennis, running, and reading. Also, Gary is a terrific cook, so that helps a LOT!!!!! J
Here at Lifeline we have excellent staff, and we strongly believe in providing you and our community with outstanding quality service overall. I am very excited to be working here, and I look forward to serving you and hopefully getting to know YOU better in the near future!
Mary Lynne Zahler
Quick Pita Pizzas
Makes: 2 servings
From Kraft Foods
2 whole wheat or white pita breads
2 tsp. Italian Dressing
1/4-cup pizza sauce
4 Slices of Mozzarella Cheese
BRUSH each pita bread with 1 tsp. of the dressing; place, dressing side up, on cookie sheet. Bake at 375°F for 8 minutes or until lightly browned.
TOP each pita bread with 2 Tbsp. pizza sauce, two slices of cheese and your favorite pizza toppings.
BAKE an additional 4 to 6 minutes or until the cheese begins to melt.
From you ...
One of our Lifeline clients, David Siegel, would like to share with all of us, a poem that he wrote. This is a poem he wrote in honor of our service men and women.
I pray for our “Men and Women”
Who serve our country true,
I’m so very proud of you.
As “Old Glory” waves its colors
The Red, the White, and the Blue,
Thank you for protecting us
For that’s the right thing to do!
Whether you fight here, or across the sea
I’m so glad you’re fighting to protect me.
Access to Care:
A new health care program starting March 1, 2005
How Access to Care can help
The goal of Access to Care is to make free or low-cost health care available to uninsured Summit County residents between the ages of 18-64. Patients will be linked to primary care doctors, specialists, diagnostic services, testing and hospitals that have donated their services. Access to Care is not a form of insurance coverage and cannot help with all health care services in all circumstances.
To be eligible for Access to Care, a patient must:
Priority will be given to households with family members diagnosed with Hypertension, Diabetes or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
For more information, please call 330-315-0209.
Calendar of Events
April 1 – April Fool’s Day
April 22 – Earth Day
May 5 – Cinco de Mayo
May 8 – Mother’s Day
May 21 – Armed Forces Day
May 30 – Memorial Day
June 14 – Flag Day
June 19 – Father’s Day
June 21 – Summer Begins
Don’t forget April 3rd is Daylight Savings Time!
Set all of your clocks ahead one hour.
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating a birthday in the months of April, May, and June!
May all your birthday wishes come true!
We want to hear from you!!
Do you have a favorite recipe or any other item that you would like to share with other Lifeline clients? If so please send your suggestions to us. We look forward to hearing from you.
or mail to:
Info Line, Inc.
Attn. B. Cramer
474 Grant St.
Akron, Ohio 44311