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EKG heart screening takes main stage

Scott Stephens addresses North Shore Rotarians at Bill’s Barn in the Murff Estates in Crosby on July 20. Stephens added new information concerning House Bill 204 as rekindled by Education Committee Chairman Dan Huberty.

CROSBY – Scott Stephens & Associates, real estates appraisers held an open house at their new office on Bohemian Hall Road near Krenek and afterwards treated members of the press and North Shore Rotarians to a fried chicken dinner at Bill’s Barn on Murff Estates.

Stephens recently moved his office to Crosby and now can be found at 15021 Bohemian Hall Road. After a complete tour of the new state of the art office, the dinner commenced and afterward speaking began concerning the upcoming Free Heart Screening to be held at the Crosby Community Center on August 12 sponsored by Post Oak Bank and the Cody Stephens Memorial Foundation. One thing learned was that participants can sign up for the screening at Donations are needed to carry on the work and will be accepted at the screening. Then on August 26 the Go Big or Go Home Foundation Fundraiser will be held at the David H. McNerney American Legion Hall Post 658 at 14890 FM 2100.

Stephens conveyed the history and his sense of urgency to pass legislation to screen first time athletes with an EKG machine, briefly explained the advancement of the EKG machine over the currently accepted test of a doctor listening to the heart and that the EKG would be an addendum instead of a replacement for that doctor attention and 200 year old equipment of stethoscope. He thanked the North Shore Rotarians for their continued support.