ORANGE COUNTY – The locations of two low-cost rabies vaccination clinics in Hillsborough have moved.

Orange County Animal Services is offering one clinic Saturday at the Animal Services Center on Eubanks Road in Chapel Hill. But, the October 10 clinic has moved to the parking lot of the Government Services Annex on South Cameron Street in Hillsborough.

Saturday is World Rabies Day and the clinic takes place from 9:00 a.m. to noon.

One-year vaccinations cost $10 and only cash will be accepted.

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The Orange County Board of Health is in search of a dentist.

The Board consists of specific health-related professionals and members of the general public appointed by the County Commissioners. Its duties are to create policies, rules, make rulings on issues presented to it, and to protect and promote the public health of Orange County.

The Board meets once a month in the evening with the possibility for special meetings to pop up.

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The Orange County Department on Aging is offering a program designed to decrease the fear of falling among older adults and increase their level of activity.

The DoA says many older adults limit their activities because of that fear. The program, “A Matter of Balance”, is an award-winning, evidence-based health education program developed at the Roybal Center at Boston University.

Eight two-hour session will be held in Hillsborough on Mondays and Wednesday from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. beginning October 14. Registration is free.

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