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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, April 10, 2013 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES April 10-17, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Pork loin, augratin potato, corn, pud- ding, milk Thursday: Chicken, fruit, green beans, rice, cake, milk Friday: Beef stew, cole slaw, bread stick, fruit cob- bler, milk Monday: Salisbury steak, baked potato, corn, pineap- ple Tuesday: Turkey, mashed potatoes, carrots & peas, strawberry shortcake, milk Wednesday: Broccoli ham bake, parsley potatoes, pears, milk For reservations call Angle at The Recipe, 274-5352 by noon one day in advance. Lutheran Social Services is funded in part under the Older Americans Act under contract with the Southwest Agency on Aging. GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO April 8, 1998 Last Friday night, mem- bers of the Junior Sioux Wheelers put on a special event to raise money to help pay for a new wheel chair for Tony LeBoutillier so he can compete in track events. Donations have been com- ing into the Storden Senior Citizens Center for victims of the tornado. There will be a benefit held Saturday, May 30, at the Westbrook Community Center. THIRTY YEARS AGO April 7, 1983 Steve Elzenga, senior guard for the Westbrook Wildcats, was recently named to the Associated Press All- Area State Basketball Team. The Brownie Troop of Westbrook brought an Easter Tree and decorated it for the residents at the Good Samaritan Home. The troop made hand-painted Easter eggs and colorful God's Eyes to hang on the tree. Commercial Club presi- dent Jeff Borkenhagen announced today there will be a noon Commercial Club meeting on Monday at Wester's Coffee on the Comer. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO April 1 I, 1968 Miss Kathleen Schauer is Northwestern Bell Telephone Company's new group chief operator for the Windom tele- phone exchange. Miss Schauer, a native of Storden, began her career at NW Bell in 1965. The Board of Directors of Independent School district 175 of Westbrook, met in regular session April 4 with one of the principal items of discussion being the possibil- ity and feasibility of con- structing an addition to the local high school. The addi- tion would house an agricul- tural shop and classroom, along with a science lab and classroom. Donald Vosberg is the new street commissioner for Westbrook. Vosberg replaces Christ Larson who passed away in February. Vosberg's responsibilities will be the care and maintenance of the village streets and alleys. End-O-Line fea- tured on "Postcards" End-O-Line, Currie will be featured on "Postcards." The episode is called "Steam Threshing & Trains" and features the Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion in Rollag, MN and also End-O-Line. The epi- sode will be on Thursday, April 11 at 7:00 p.m. on Pioneer Public Television. Summer Youth Camp at Lake Shetek Heritage Health Care Foundation Fundraiser benefits patients The Southwest MN 4-H Camp will be held at Lake Shetek June 24-28 for third through eighth graders. This three day, two-night camp is open to all youth; 4-H mem- bership is not required. "4-H: Grow With It" is this summer's camp theme. Activities will include environmental science using the outdoor class- room, healthy living through nutrition and exercise, dis- covering nature all around us and much more. There will be traditional camping activities like swimming, canoeing, singing around the campfire and living in cabins. Camp for Cottonwood County third through sixth grade youth begins at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, June 24 and concludes on Wednesday, June 26 at 12 p.m. Camp for all seventh through eighth grade south- west Minnesota youth begins at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 26 and concludes on Friday, June 28 at 12 p.m. Camp is held at Shetek Lutheran Ministries campground on Lake Shetek north of Slayton. Join youth from 12 counties participating in this camping program: Pipestone, Rock, Nobles, :r-:, ............ Murray, Jackson, April 2013 Cottonwood, Yellow Medicine, Lyon, Lincoln, Watonwan and Martin Well P rtn counties. Early bird regis- ness a ers tration of $100 is due May 1. For more information Sanford Worthington group on a heaLh related about camp or to get Medical Center sponsors topic. Staff fron Sanford involved with the 4-H pro- weekly Wellness Partners Worthington Medical gram, please contact the clinics held at several sites Center as well as other Cottonwood County in Worthington and health care providers in the Extension office at 831- Lakefield. community provides the 4022orl-800-967-1763. * Round Lake education. The education Community Center, Round presentation for April 2013 Lake - Every Tuesday from is on "Radiology Today" 8- 9:15 a.m. with a presenter from the *Multipurpose Senior Sanford Worthington Center, Lakefield - Every Medical Center Radiology i=P; = - ..... Tuesday from 10 - 11:30 department. The presenta-  a.m. tion dates and times are: *Brewster Senior Center, Wednesday, April 10 Brewster - Every Tuesday 10 a.m. - Homestead ............ r ..... from 12:30 - 2 p.m. (Worthington) *The Center for Active 1 p.m. - Sunshine PETS MADE EASY. Generations, Worthington Apartments (Worthington) - Every Tuesday from Thursday, March 14 2:15 - 3:30 p.m. 1 p.m. - Okabena Towers *The Homestead, If you would like further USA Worthington - Every information, please call ,gov Wednesday from 8 - l0 (507) 372-3139, (507) 372- 1 {SO0) FED-INFO a.m. 3106, or (507) 372-3256. *YMCA, Worthington- Every Wednesday from 10:15 - 11:30 a.m. *Sunshine Apartments, Worthington - Every Wednesday from 1 - 2:30 p.m. *Okabena Towers (resi- dents only) - Every Thursday from 1 - 2:30 p.m. Wellness Partners is a wellness clinic for seniors 55 and older. Seniors can meet with a nurse to discuss their medications, lab tests, blood pressure or other .... health related concerns. The nurse works with you to assure that you are fol- lowing the health care plan established by your health care provider. The goal is to improve the quality of life of seniors. Once a month, an educa- tion session is held for the = ..... : I1  Pictured from left: Stacy Barstad, Sanford Westbrook CEO, Heritage Health Care Board of Directors: Dr. Andy Kopperud, Manda Jorgenson, Gary Sorenson, Hilary Paplow, Dolly Phelps, Harry Baulisch. Board members not pictured: Laridee Herding, Lyn Arndt, Katie Steen. Submitted photo Heritage Health Care Board members presented two Hi-low exam tables to Sanford Westbrook staff. The hi-low exam tables are for use in clinic patient rooms providing increased patient safety. The Heritage Health Care Foundation tar- geted proceeds from 2012 annual Fun Fest Open toward the purchase of this equipment. Additional equipment purchased from previous Fun Fest Open fundraisers includes a pro- cedure chair and patient lift. Proceeds from the 2013 Fun Fest Open are targeted for purchase of a LUCAS TM 2 Compression system for use in the emergency room and designed to help improve outcomes of sud- den cardiac arrest victims. Appreciation to the gen- erosity of many caring peo- ple and businesses through- out the area that support the Foundation, the Foundation has played a significant financial fundraising role in furnishing equipment to Sanford Westbrook. This year, the Foundation has put in place a scholarship pro- gram offering two- $250 scholarships for Westbrook Walnut Grove and Red Rock Central high school seniors pursuing an educa- tion in the healthcare career field. The Heritage Health Care Foundation accepts gifts as direct donations or as memorials. Foundation con- tributions may be given through one's living trust, a charitable gift annuity or as a life insurance beneficiary. All funds received are kept right here in our communi- ties .... right here at home. For more information on how you can become a sup- porter of your local health- care facility through dona- tions to the Heritage Health Care Foundation, please contact any Foundation Board of Director or Loft Hebig at 507-274-6822. WESTBROOK NEWS Bring news items to the Sentinel Office in Westbrook: mail to the Sentinel Tribune in Westbrook at P.O. Box 98; sent by Fax to 507- 274-6137; by e-mail at sentrib@ ncppub.com. Deadline for social news is 9:00 a.m. on Monday. Gregory Marshall, Sioux Falls, Jody Sanders, Conway, AR, Ronald Hennen, Redwood Falls were Thursday dinner i - ........ .... iii =='==' ....................... i GOVERNMENT MADE EASY. Your official source for federal, state and local government inlb. guests of Iris Marshall. Priscilla Comnick was an afternoon visitors. Sunday morning brunch guests at the Steve and Priscilla Comnick home were Randall and Elizabeth Swan, Shoreview, Mitchell Comnick, St. Cloud, Jacob Comnick, Willmar, Coralyn Comnick and Iris Marshall. Free Workshop Presented by Attorney Pat Lowther & Michal Anderson-Lowther fall 651-216-1440 to reserve your spot Monday, April 15 1:00-3:00 PM at Westbrook Community Senior Center How to do this: -Transferyour farm to the next generation -Treat family members fairly - Plan for your long-term care And avoid these: - Probate - Death Taxes - Nursing Home Expenses Your health record. When you want it. Where you want it. When it's convenient for you. Where your life takes you. Welcome to My Sanford Chart. My Sanford Chart is your connection to your personal medical information. My Sanford Chart allows you safe and secure access to your health information, test results, prescriptions, your care team and your child's information at any time of the day or night. Connect with us when it's convenient for you with My Sanford Chart. Ask about My Sanford Chart during your clinic visit. Call us today or visit www.mysanfordchart.org to sign up. MY SANFORD CHART SANF0000RD" Westbrook j