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SENTINEL TRIBUNE COMMUNITY Wednesday, June 5, 2013 Page 6 GLANCES IN THE PAST FIFTEEN YEARS AGO June 3, 1998 Ground was broken and footings poured the week of May 17 as Storden Baptist Church began construction of an addition to the church building. Rep. Ted Winter, Fulda, received a certificate from Doug Peterson, chairman of the MN Right to Be Rural coalition, after Winter was named the Outstanding Rural Legislator on agricultural issues. THIRTY YEARS AGO June 2, 1983 The Dovray Unit #632 of the American Legion Auxiliary has unanimously nominated Mrs. Minnie Noding, 86, to be their first Poppy Queen. The Currie Town council is proceeding with a plan to renovate the former public school gymnasium as a fire hall. The school building, which has been owned by the town for several years, was used to house the Murray County Daytime Activity Center for handicapped per- sons until that center was moved about one and one half years ago. It has been vacant since that time. Lamberton and Sanborn schools have been discussing the possibility of pairing some extra curricular activi- ties starting this fall. They will begin by pairing Junior High activities this fall and pair all events by April, 1984. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO June 6, 1968 An eighteen pound north- em was the prize for a Westbrook youth Monday when he caught this beauty while fishing near Pierre, SD. Jim Schneider was assisted in landing the fish by Doug Groenke, who accompanied Jim on the fishing trip. Other members of the party includ- ed Elton Schneider and Bill Eichner. In all, the party caught 17 northems and walleyes over the weekend. Mrs. Betty Swenhuagen this week announced that she has leased the Shady Drive Inn in Westbrook from own- ers Jim and Karen Dibble, and is open for business. WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES Cottonwood County Citizens Police Academy June $-12, 2013 Senior Nutrition Services serving at the The Recipe at 11:30 a.m. each operat- ing day. Wednesday: Meatloaf, parsley potatoes, peas & carrots Thursday: Pork Chop, augratin potatoes, corn Friday: Mandarin chick- en salad, fruit, muffin Monday: Brats, bean casserole, lettuce salad Tuesday: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, green beans Wednesday: Chicken, fruit, mixed veggies Menus subject to change 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. Graduates - Back from left: Gayle Streed, Cindy Reid, Travis Engler, Crista Stahl, Brittney Wirtz, Denise Wirtz, Skylar Krueger, Phil Anderson, Kody Whiteford. Front: Grant Goeman, John Reid, Mike Bjerum, Travis Bretzman, Harry Baulisch, Dennis Meyer. submitted photo On Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 15 citizen students graduated from the Cottonwood County Citizens Police Academy in a ceremo- ny at the Cottonwood County Law Enforcement Center. The Academy was organized by Dep. Jayd Soderholm and Ofc. Dana Wallace as a joint 'partnership between the Cottonwood County Sheriff's Department and the Windom Police Department. Citizen students came from all parts of Cottonwood County to spend the last 8 weeks learning about what police officers do on a daily basis with presentations such as basic law, patrol tech- niques, mock traffic stops, criminal investigations, and tours of the 911 Dispatch and Jail. The Academy is designed to create a better understanding, communica- tion and partnership between the police and the citizens through education in order to provide a safer, more informed, community. Citizens play an important and vital role with local law enforcement and our hope is that these graduates become partners with us to hetter identify problems and solu- tions to criminal issues with- in our county. The Academy is an annual spring event that is free and open to any adult who lives or works in Cottonwood County. Anyone who wants to be placed on the waiting list for next year's academy can contact Ofc. Dana Wallace at dwallace@win- dom-mn.com Sanford Westbrook Medical Sanford Cancer Center nurse Center receives recognition completes Radiation Oncology 2013 Performance Excellence. The project Nursing Certificate Program Improvement Poster Fair centered on patient satis- for the Sioux Falls Region, faction in the Emergency plete the program require- "Quality Achieving Department over the past ments and pass the post- Greatness" was held on three years, module examination with April 24. Sanford Using PDSA methodol- 80% or higher earn a Westbrook placed third in ogy, the multidisciplinary Certificate of Added the category of patient satisfaction team Qualification in Radiation Satisfaction/Service identified an opportunity Oncology Nursing from the ONCC. "We are really proud of Tami," stated Thomas Asfeldt, Director of Sanford Cancer Center, Diana Williams, RN/PI (Performance Improvement). Diana presented her story board at the Quality Fair in Sioux Falls. Submitted photo for improvement when reviewing Press Ganey patient satisfaction survey scores. The "top box" score for "overall rating of ER care" was 77% in 2010. Completed inter- ventions include equip- ment updates, standard- ized EMR processes, sta- bilization of provider staff- ing, trauma redesignation work, updated followup phone call process, health coach integration, addition of TeleED system and staff education (simulation training). By the end of 2011 the Press Ganey top box score had improved to 92% and was maintained thru 2012. Future inter- ventions include equip- ment and all staffcustomer service training by Press Ganey. This recognizes the teamwork and cooperation of all staff over the past 3 years. Are you Ready to Roll this season? We're ready with tractors and equipment that are built New Holland SMART. 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S"12,500 Sanford Cancer Center, Worthington announced that on December 4, 2012, Tami Anderson, RN, OCN, BSN completed the Radiation Oncology Nursing Certificate Program. Tami was the second nurse within the Sanford family to com- plete this program. The Radiation Oncology Nursing Certificate Program was developed by the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation (ONCC) and the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS). This is a web based pro- gram that offers interme- diate level content that is ideal for nurses who have at least two years of recent radiation oncology nursing experience. The informa- tion provided is on radia- tion oncology therapies, symptom management and the professional role of the radiation oncology nurse. The program consists of seven different modules and participants who com- Worthington. "She is an exceptionally knowledge- able clinician who thrives on continual learning. Successfully earning her Radiation Oncology Nursing Certificate is another example of how her commitment to learn- ing directly translates into exceptional patient care." Free Workshop Wills, Trusts, LLCs and More Presented by Attorney Pat Lowther Call 651-216-1440 to reserve your spot Monday, June 17 1:00-3:00 PM at Community Center, Westbmk, MN How to do this: And avoid these: -Transfer your farm to the - Probate next generation - Death Taxes -Treat family members fairly - Nursing Home - Plan for your long-term Expenses care See a speciaList here at home Endoscopy Joseph Wit|ett, MD Orthopedics Joyce Tarbet, MD CardioLogy KeLLy Steffen. DO General Surgery Efithimios Bakatakos, MD Traci Kruse, MD Nephrotogy Anthony Rupp, MD Podiatry JeffreyWienke. DPM AduLt Psychiatry Danhong Zhao, MD ChiLd Psychiatry Steven Cochran, MD KeLLy Steffen, DO CardioLogist For more information, call. [507] 274-6121. sanfordwestbrook.org 212669