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Page 8 ;bt 1attnb,a ..tWs Thursday, 11, VE 00/VANT YOU TO 00C}C}E) It's that time again - time to start getting your child ready for another school year. As you shop for pencils, notebooks and new shoes, don't overlook something that's far more crucial to learning: your child's health .... We all know that a child's health can play a major role in his or her success in school. Generally, a healthy child is the most likely to learn, enjoy and succeed in school. And what children learn now is critical to their ability to learn later in life. Back-to-school checkups aren't limited to just students. School bus drivers can rely on us for the necessary Department of Transportation p ,sicals. And especially for student athletes, Todd Bowman, our trainer with the Sports and Occupational Medicine Center in Amarillo, will be assisting Robert Powell, PA-C, with required F Lysicals for Bronco athletics. Don't delay. Call your Donley County Rural Health Clinic now to schedule a checkup. DONLEY COUNTY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC Hwy 78 South. 874-3531 Mond ly- t iday 8:3,, a.m.- ". ,J p.m. Closed 12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. High Plains Baptist Health Systems is a Texas non-profit charitable corporation which provides a full range of health care services to the people of this region, without regara to  person's ability to pay for such services, and further without regard to a person's national origin, race, creed, sex or religious affiliation. If you have questions regarding the corporate purposes or charitable functions of High Plains Baptist Health Systems, please ca//(806) 358-5801. A service and facility of High Plains Baptist Health Systems