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Fundraiser for homeless war veterans to be held in Upper Marlboro Wishing Well Inc., a Hyattsville based nonprofit group that advocates for war veterans, is hosting an education session and fundraiser Feb. 7 to educate homeless veterans and the public about their activities at the Camelot by Martin in Upper Marlboro. Air Force Lt. Gen. Russell C. Army Sgt. Money from ticket sales and a silent auction will go towards Wishing Well Warm Hearts, which gives sleeping bags and winter gear to homeless veterans, the construction of a one stop wellness center for homeless veterans and other organization programs. Tickets cost $65 per person or $120 per couple. 1 for cash prizes and a chance to make it to the national finals. at the Show Place Arena and Prince George Equestrian Center at 14900 Pennsylvania Ave. in Upper Marlboro. Prizes include three $1,000 awards and a chance to go to the nationwide finals in Las Vegas or Oklahoma City, Okla., from April 17 to April 18; in Cincinnati, Ohio, from April 24 to April 26; or in Virginia Beach, Va., from May 1 to May 3. Tickets are $12 for adults, $9 for children under 12 or seniors over 65 and free for children 4 and younger. Saturday to help residents learn how to save money. The workshop, which will be held at 5508 Arapahoe Drive, will feature a presentation on home energy efficiency, and representatives from local utility companies will be on hand to answer questions. Call the Town Office at 301 839 1030 to make reservations. Contact Councilwoman Jacqueline Goodall at 301 518 1898. Feb. 7 at the Newton White Mansion, 2708 Enterprise Road in Mitchellville. The meeting will foster discussion on the current state of historic preservation in the county and serve as an opportunity for interested groups to identify relevant issues that need to be addressed in the amendment of the Historic Sites and Districts plan. The master plan will be drafted in the spring. Hypothermia, which can be caused by exposure during cold weather, occurs when a person body temperature drops below 95 degrees. Symptoms in mild hypothermia cases include uncontrollable shivering and pale, cold skin. Symptoms in more serious cases include confusion or sleepiness, slowed speech, shallow breathing, weak pulse, stiffness in the arms or legs or poor control over body movements. To stay warm outdoors in the winter, cover your head; wear several layers of lightweight, loose fitting clothing; cover your mouth with a scarf to protect your lungs from direct, extremely cold air; cover your ears and lower part of your face; wear mittens, not gloves; wear warm leg coverings and heavy socks or two pairs of lightweight socks; and wear waterproof boots or sturdy shoes to keep feet warm and dry. If a person experiences symptoms of serious hypothermia, call a doctor or 911. Until help arrives or the person is seen by a doctor, move the person to a warm room, warm the body with dry layers of blankets or clothing and give warm beverages if the person is conscious. Five Prince George County Fire/EMS Department officers have been promoted, effective Jan. 18. Mark Smith was promoted to battalion chief for the Upper Marlboro, Baden and Croom stations; Sayshan Conver White was promoted to battalion chief in the Safety Office; Adon Snyder was promoted to battalion chief for the Fort Washington, Oxon Hill and National Harbor stations; Kristen Angell was promoted to paramedic captain for the county; and Christopher Harris was promoted to firefighter captain for the Landover Hills station. Free tax preparation available to county residents Free tax preparation assistance is available to county residents with basic income tax returns, including free electronic filing, by the Prince George Community College Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. Taxpayers seeking help should bring Social Security cards for themselves and dependents, their 2008 tax return, if available, a void check for direct deposit refunds and all other tax documents, including W2, Social Security statement and 1099s.