Hans hutzl has rendered great service to the kronach fire department

Hans hutzl has rendered great service to the kronach fire department

On sunday, hans hutzl reached the age of 80. Year of his life. The socially very committed jubilarian has rendered great services in many ways, especially to the kronach fire department.

Hans hutzl was born in temerin in the former yugoslavia. The family had to flee in the fall of 1944. After two stopovers in hammelburg and the fichtelgebirge, he came to kronach in september 1945 with his mother, sister and grandparents. At that time the family was quartered in the fortress. Here the now 80-year-old also spent his childhood and youth, until he moved with his mother and sister to his own home on the kreuzberg in march 1966.

He began an apprenticeship as a carpenter at the age of 14. He passed his journeyman’s examination and worked in this profession until 1990. During this period, he was a member of the examination committee of the carpenters’ guild for 25 years. In 1991, he joined the district office in kronach as a janitor and deputy driver. He conscientiously carried out these activities until his well-deserved retirement.

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Helping in the bursting time

Helping in the bursting time

Vanilla crescents, gluhwein, speculoos: the christmas season is a time of pounds for many people.

Apparently, however, it is enough to follow a series of simple tips to avoid the furrowed holiday kilos – at least that is the result of a study by six researchers from the british universities of birmingham and loughborough, which they present in the medical journal "the BMJ".

The fact that the end of the year is a challenge for the slim left is nothing new: germans are at their fattest ten days after christmas, US researchers from cornell university found back in 2016. On average, participants in the corresponding experiment gained 0.6 percent over the holidays.

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Claudia kormann now manages the hospital pharmacy in kutzenberg

Claudia kormann now manages the hospital pharmacy in kutzenberg

At the age of 68, richard eichelsdorfer, the head pharmacist at the kutzenberg district hospital, retired. "Of course, he has long since passed the retirement age", joked site manager peter bader with a wink in his laudatory speech. But that’s exactly what eichelsdorfer’s connection to his responsible work at the health care facility of the district of upper franconia ( gebo) shows.

For 36 years, eichelsdorfer managed the hospital pharmacy, contributing energy, extensive knowledge and expertise to this specific field, improving, expanding and establishing business connections and contacts, thus helping to make this facility stable and fit for the future. "We started and were founded on the 1st of january. January 1983", the honored man recalled in a brief summary. "At the time, the vacant children’s hospital still had to be converted into a pharmacy with its own specific rooms."

In the meantime, there are not only prescription forms that are specially adapted to the needs of patients, but also modern "helpers": special software, for example, to detect drug errors and thus increase drug safety. The kutzenbergers are working together with many other clinics throughout upper franconia (including bayreuth, bad steben and rehau). Many acute care hospitals, rehabilitation clinics and emergency services have entrusted the kutzenberg site as a contractual partner with the care of their patients.

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No pigeon shooting in the old town

No pigeon shooting in the old town

Once again with an appeal to reason, the obernbreiter rate want to solve the parking situation in the intersection breitbach-/schwarzenberger strabe, which is a bit tense at times. The topic was addressed in the burgers’ meeting. The proposal by mayor bernhard bruckner to set up a one-hour short-term parking zone there met with little approval from the councilors, because monitoring has not been clarified. "I threw it around once, but I don’t have to have it", said bruckner to his proposal, which was then transformed into an information in the newsletter.

Besides the appeal to the versch

Bruckner wanted to solve another topic of the castle meeting, the many wild pigeons in the old town, by a shooting permit. At a site visit, the health department found that there are only about 45 pigeons mainly on the roof of the town hall. A health hazard due to pigeon droppings could not be determined, so the authority was against a pigeon permit. The veterinary office also sees no improvement in the shooting of some pigeons. It advises rather to a pigeon loft, which becomes after short habitation main residence of the birds. There then a reduction of the animals could be reached purposefully by egg exchange medium-term.

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Sports stars stop off in kulmbach

Sports stars stop off in kulmbach

In the past, district administrator klaus peter sollner certainly didn't miss the chance to cycle all the way to bamberg on the tour of hope, but during his time as district administrator he had put on a kilo every year – on average – he admitted openly on saturday. His destination for this stage is therefore mainleus or burgkunstadt. In view of the hot temperatures, the district administrator was already sweating before the start of the race. Like all the others. 185 sports stars and other celebrities cycled with us and tried to collect as many donations for children with cancer as possible.

But at the end of the tour press spokesman jurgen grunwald revealed: "yes, he has persevered. We had an incredibly nice day with great stops in michelau, lichtenfels, staffelstein. Many people came, and we can be happy about a good donation result." In bamberg the hope cyclists were welcomed by the young patients of the children's hospital. "That was incredibly emotional. But that's the point of the tour", so grunwald.

The monchshofgelande gave a warm welcome to all the stars from the world of top-class sports that you always wanted to see live.

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