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SENTINEL TmBUNE Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Page 8 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Class of '78 reunion 0 May 15- 22, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Wednesday: Country steak, boiled potatoes, green beans, dessert, milk Thursday: Chicken, steak, boiled potatoes, peas, dessert, milk Wednesday: Chow mein, veggies, mandarin oranges, dessert, milk Menus subject to change The Class of '78, for Westbrook High School, will hold their 35 year class reunion July 20, 2012 at the old high school. Contact Jeff Lamb by July 1, 507-274- 6230 0 PET/CT to aid detec- tion and diagnosis of cancer and O O about the body's chemistry, cell function and location of disease. The PET/CT scan- mashed potatoes, carrots, For reservations call Angie at Storden Alzheimer'sdisease ner facilitates the difference dessert, milk The Recipe, 274-5352 by between benign (non-can- Friday: Chicken sand- noononedayinadvance.,1966 Sanford Worthington cerous) and malignant wich, lettuce, fruit, dessert, Lutheran Social Services announces the arrival of a (cancerous) diseases. It also milk is funded in part under the • diagnostic imaging system locates and identifies the Monday: Swedish meat- Older Americans Act under re u n I• n that assesses the presence stage of various forms of balls, baked potato, dessert, contract with the Southwest and extent of several dis- milk Agency on Aging. eases, including most types Tuesday: Liver or pepper The Storden class of 1966 of cancer. According to is holding a class reunion on Reed Fricke, radiology GLANCES IN THE PAST Saturday, June 22, 2013 at manager, Sanford the Rolling Hills Golf Worthington introduced the Course near Westbrook. We combined positron emission FIFTEEN YEARS AGO May 13, 1998 Jim Schmidt reported to the school board the BOLT class will have their barbeque sauce featured at the Cabella store in Owatonna. It was also learned that the entrepre- neur class will receive a sec- ond $3,000 grand for innova- tion from the MN Education Association. Students took over teach- ing assignments at WWG for a day last week. Allison Cassel discussed a student project in Mr. Hannan's Logo Design Class; Jason Hendrickson conducted Maribelle Jones' Spanish class on the telemedia sys- tem; Nate Knakmuhs took over for Mr. DeBates' Social Studies class; and Tyson Kassel took on Mrs. Enstad's role as librarian. THIRTY YEARS AGO May 12, 1983 The Westbrook Kiwanis Club has taken on the job of holding anAll Sports Banquet to honor the boy and girl ath- letes of the year at Westbrook High School. The evening will feature a turkey dinner with all the trimmings, short talks by each of the coaches, and Viking linebacker Jeff Seimen as featured speaker. Michell Klasse, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Jim Klasse, has received a mission call emory Loss Sanford Worthington Medical Center and Crossroads Care Center offer a monthly support group for caregivers of individuals who have suf- fered from memory loss. Karen Rye from Crossroads Care Center facilitates this support group. The support group will meet on Wednesday, May 15 from 2 - 3 p.m. in the Education Conference from the Prophet and presi- dent, Spencer W. Kimball of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Her call- ing will be for 8 months to the england country Mission. B.J. Madson set a new record for the Triple Jump at the Sentinel Relays in Fairmont with a leap of 40ft. 10 and 3/4 inches. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO are also inviting the classes of 1965 & 1967 to join us. Any prior classmates that attended school with us at any time, or any educators, are also welcome. There will be golfing available in the afternoon for anyone interested in participating. We will have a social hour at 5 p.m., followed by dinner at 6 p.m. We are looking for- ward to an evening of good food, reminiscing, and shar- ing stories of school-day events and fun times. If you May 16, 1968 have any questions, or to Lloyd Schweim, son of make reservations by June 8, Mr. and Mrs Nick Weis, please contact ruthmo- recently completed his boot training at San Diego, CA and is now attending aviation school in Mississippi. Donna and Emie Cohrs, Cohrs Market, have sold their business to Harold and Marlin Schmidt. Independent School District No. 175 will hold its annual election of directors on May 21. Plans are also being made to conduct a bond election June 4 to seek approval for funds to under- take a building program at the local high school. A major portion of corn planting chore has been com- pleted in the Westbrook area, and some soybeans have also been planted. So far, this spring has provided close to ideal planting conditions and field work is substantially ahead of schedule. O Room at Sanford Worthington Medical Center. It is held the 3rd Wednesday of every month. There is no cost to attend. Refreshments will be served. Pre- registration is encouraged but not required. For more information, please call Karen at (507) 376- 5312 or Lori at (507) 372-3275. stoller@gmail.com or 218- 259-4800. Sanford Worthington offers embraceฎ Cancer Survivorship Program Sanford Worthington Medical Center will be offer- ing Sanford Cancer's embrace Survivorship Program on Thursday, May 16 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. in the classroom at the hospital via vide,conference. This series will be offered every month on the third Thursday. The program for May will be on "Neuropathy - Nerve problems from cancer treat- ment" with presenter Dr. Jonathan Bleeker, Sanford Ontology Clinic. Sanford Cancer's embrace Survivorship Program brings together cancer patients, family members and care- givers to help address the emotional, physical and financial effects of cancer. All classes are taught by experts within the Sanford Health System and for any- one who has been affected by cancer. There is no cost to attend. For more information, • mail embracesf@sanford- health.org or call Jerre at (507) 372-3106 or Leah Seurer at (605) 328-6939. tomography/computed tomography scanner (PET/ CT) on April 5, becoming the first imaging center in the area to provide this cut- ting-edge technology. PET/CT is a medical imaging test that provides physicians information cancer, evaluates the response of cancer to treat- ment and monitors disease progression, making it a critical system for many oncologists, pulmonolo- gists, surgeons, and others. "Physicians and health care organizations have grasped the tremendous impact that PET/CT tech- nology can have in deliver- ing high quality, cost-effec- tive health care, particularly in the area of cancer," said Dr. Weng, hematologist/ oncologist at Sanford Worthington Cancer Clinic. "Sanford Worthington's investment in a PET/CT scanning service shows we understand the powerful impact PET/CT can have on patients' lives." In addition to cancer diagnosis and treatment, PET/CT is also used in neu- rology, especially in the diagnosis and management of patients with dementia. PET/CT is the only imaging test currently approved which can render a clinical diagnosis of AlzheimerฐOs disease. In cardiology, PET/CT can be used to evaluate damage to cardiac muscle after a serious heart attack. May 2013 Wellness Partners Sanford Worthington Medical Center sponsors weekly Wellness Partners clinics held at several sites in Worthington and Lakefield. - Round Lake Community Center, Round Lake - Every Tuesday from 8 - 9:15 a.m. - Multipurpose Senior Center, Lakefield - Every Tuesday from 10 - 11:30 a.m. - Brewster Senior Center, Brewster - Every Tuesday from 12:30 - 2 p.m. - The Center for Active Generations, Worthington - Every Tuesday from 2:15 - 3:30 p.m. - The Homestead, Worthington - Every Wednesday from 8 - 10 a.m. - 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. If you would like further information, please call (507) 372-3139, (507) 372- 3106, or (507) 372-3256. Blood Donation Opportuniti Blood donors give patients the chance to create a summer of stories With summer right around the corner, many people are now planning their summer activities and vacations. After all, sum- mer is a time to create life- long memories. When eli- gible donors give blood with the American Red Cross, they can also give others time to make their own memories - watching fireworks, having a picnic, sleeping under the stars, taking a dip or rooting for the home team. Blood donations often decline during the summer, when schools are out and vacations are in. The Red Cross encourages donors to make an appointment to give now to help ensure a stable supply in the weeks and months ahead, giving patients a chance to create a summer of stories. Donors who present to give blood between May 23 and 31 in honor of Memorial Day could win one of five $1,000 American Express gift cards to create their own summer of stories. In addition, their donations will honor those who gave their life for our country and support those in need of care. The Red Cross serves about 3,000 hospitals and transfusion centers across the country, including many Veterans Affairs medical centers. Learn more and make an appointment to donate blood by visiting redcross- blood.org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS. Upcoming blood dona- tion opportunities: Cottonwood County May 28 from 1-6 p.m. at Community Center, 510 Fifth St. in Westbrook, Minn. Murray County May 22 from 1-7 p.m. at Community Center, 106 Front St. West in Fulda, Minn. May 23 from 1-7 p.m. at Christ Lutheran Church, 2959 Queen Ave. in Slayton, Minn. May 24 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at American Legion, 70th Avenue and 121st Street in Lake Wilson, Minn. Redwood County May 20 from 2-7 p.m. at Community Center, 160 Front St. East in Vesta, Minn. How to donate blood Simply call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org to make an appointment or for more information. All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. A blood donor card or driv- er's license or two other forms of identification are required at check-in. Individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with paren- tal consent in some states), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. High school students and other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to meet certain height and weight require- ments. 3enerat Suqg ry nere at nome ' :a;?hO:ldbe iiI t #v ~e~wr~#ee~ i tฐb /jk:enMiS::i/i~ #~~y if! itie~?ii~c ! 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