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14 J The Lovell Chronicle J September 26, 2013 Turkey+trap shoot Oct. 26 The Lovell-Rod and Gun Club will host its annual turkey trap shoot with a twist on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 10 a.m. at the trap range northeast of Lovell. Three-person teams will be formed at $100 per team. The registration deadline is Oct. 19. Registration includes lunch. Individuals may register for $35 each, and organizers will place them on a team. Annie Oakley and Buddy Shoots will also be held for cash prizes. Entries are $5. All teams will shoot 25 targets from the 16-yard line, then will be handicapped for the second round using the team average plus 2. The minimum handicap distance is 18 yards, the maximum 27 yards. Individual prizes will be awarded for highest score, lowest score and white tar- gets. The winning team will receive a plaque. To register, call 272-1953. ::: ::?ii i ii How do you prepare for healthcare reform? Get the information you need in language you can understand Visit MyCoverageWyoming.org A II MyCoverage WYOMIN6 [I00SU The Affordable Care Act is bringing big changes to health insur- ance. The Wyoming Insurance Department and the more than 1,100 insurance companies doing business in the state want to help you through these changes with some answers to frequently asked questions: How do I get health insurance? You may apply for, compare and enroll in various health insur- ance programs through the new federal Health Insurance Marketplace by visiting www.healtheare.gov. There, you'll also be able to find if you qualify for public health programs such as Medicaid or CHIP, or if you can obtain tax credits or subsidies. You will still be able to obtain coverage through private insurance companies as well. Remember that subsidies are only available through the federal Marketplace. When can I purchase insurance? The open enrollment period for plans in the Health Insurance Marketplace begins Oct. 1 and ends March 31, 2014. Plans purchased during open enrollment will be in effect for the calendar year 2014. To obtain coverage beginning Jan. 1, 2014, you must enroll before Dec. 15. What if I need help on the Health Insurance Marketplace? Representatives at the Federal Call Center (1-800-318-2596) will help you apply for, compare and enroll in health plans. TTY users should call 1-855-889-4325. "Navigators" will provide personal, one-on-one assistance to help you fill out applications and enroll in health insurance plans. To locate help in your area, dial 2-1-1 or visit www.wyoming211.org What about fraud? Remember this simple rule -- never give your personal informa- tion to anyone who approaches you unsolicited. And you should never have to pay for help getting registered for insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace. If you have questions or concerns, contact the Wyoming Insurance Department at 1-800-438-5768. @ Wyoming Insurance Department http://doi.wyo.gov This public service announcement is presented and paid for by the insurance companies licensed to do business in Wyoming in cooperation with the Wyoming Insurance Department. For more information on the state's insurance companies, including financial information, visit the Insurance Department website's "Consumers" section.