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I . SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, June 15, 2016 Page 12 Health Fair Health screenings available for free or at a reduced cost Sanford Westbrook will host its annual Health Fair Monday, June 20 through Saturday, June 25, 2016. The second annual event will fea- ture screenings and events almost daily. On Monday and Tuesday, June 20 and 21 lab draws will be available from 7-9 a.m. at the Sanford Westbrook Clinic. There are two pan- els available - HgA1C for $20 and CMP/Lipid Panel for $30. You must fast 10 to 12 hours for these blood draws but appointments are not necessary. Heart and vascular screen- ings will be available on Wednesday, June 22 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Sanford Westbrook Clinic. The cost is $25 for a heart screen and $25 for a vascular screen. You must preregister for these screenings by calling 888-996-4673. Also on Wednesday, My Sanford Chart education will be available in the clinic lobby from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m. My Sanford Chart allows you to sched- ule visits, View past visits, request medication refills and more. Those interested in learning more may visit anytime during the sched- uled hours to get access or ask questions. Thursday, June 23 is a full day of events. Mammogram screenings are from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Preregistration is required by calling 507- 274-1150. All mammograms performed will be submitted through insurance. A blood drive with Community Blood Bank will be hosted at the Sanford Westbrook Clinic parking lot from 1- 6 p.m. on Thursday. Walk-ins are welcome. Free skin cancer screen- ings will be held from 2-9 p.m. at the Sanford Westbrook Clinic. Skin screens will be limited to 10-15 minutes per patient and are for visible skin spots only (no/limited undressing). No pre-registration is needed for the skin screens. A CT Open House will also be held Thursday from 4-6 p.m. Sanford Westbrook's new 32-slice CT scanner that was recently installed will be on display. Thursday ends with the annualCommunity Appreciation Picnic from 5-7 p.m. held on the cor- ner of Bell Avenue and 9th Street. There will be chil- dren's , activities including the Zoo Express and the Westbrook Fire Department and Westbrook Ambulance. The Cotton ood County Sherriffs office will be col- lecting old prescriptions dur- ing the picnic - remember to bring your old prescrip- tions along for disposal. The Westbrook Lions Club will be collecting used glasses and hearing aids as well. Informational tables will also be at the picnic, including the Sanford Cancer Center. On Saturday, June 25, you have one last chance to get your blood drawn with lab draws from 7-9 a.m. You must fast for these draws. Also on Saturday, the annual Fun Days 5k Run/Walk sponsored by Sanford Westbrook and the Westbrook Area Volunteers will take place, starting at the Westbrook City Park. You can preregister for this event at sanfordwest- brook.org or in person at Sanford Westbrook Clinic, Westbrook Fitness Center or Bank Midwest. You can also register the day of the event beginning at 7:15 a.m. The race will begin at 8 a.m. Cost is $20 per person, with a $50 maximum per family. Proceeds benefit local WWG student scholarships. This is not a timed event. For any questions regard- ing the Sanford Westbrook Health Fair or any of its scheduled screenings or events, please contact Denise Clouse at 507-274-1117 or 507-629-8488. i The Wilder Pageant recently had a new light and sound bar installed at the pageant site. Wendorf Welding and Machine built the new light bar. The old unit served the pageant for many years. Last week Arian Engler of Revere caught this nice Bullhead fishing on the dock at Bean Lake. Engler already had enough for a good meal of Bullheads. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SENTINEL TRIBUNE Take the opportunity to get screened and enjoy events throughout the week. Hearth screenings for j ]j free or at a reduced cost: Thursday, June 23 Lab Draws I Blood Drive, 1-6 p.m. 1 Heart Screenings* I CT Open House, 4-6 p.m. l Vascular Screenings* J Community Picnic, 5-7 p.m. 1 Mammograms* IlSaturday, June25 'm Skin Cancer Screenings "1 5k Run/Walk, 8 a'm" m tll "To pre-register for screenings, pteese cart 15071 629-8488. Visit sanfordwestbrook.org for a comptete schedul.e of events. SANF( RD" Westbrook ! ,t(a,~0o~ ,he 252559C sill Ivst hard to switdlrj Open Onederful Checking todayt Contact Bank Midwest to get started with ClickSWITCH. care It's Free! Do you know where to recycle your paint? There are more than 250 PaintCare sites in Minnesota where households and businesses can recycle unwanted paint, stain and varnish all year-round, including this site in Westbrook: WESTBROOK HOME CENTER 1115 Fourth Street (507) 274-6541 TO FIND DROP-OFF LOCATIONS: (855) 724-6809 All PaintCare sites accept up to 5 gallons per via't (some take more). Please call ahead to confirm business hours and ask if they can accept the type and amount of paint you would like to recycle. Sites do not accept: aerosols (spray painO or leaking, unlabeled and empty containers. 264121C t