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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Page 6 WESTBROOK SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES October 24-28, 2016 Senior Nutrition Services serving at 11:30 a.m. each operating day. Served at Westbrook Community Center. Call Pat Madson to reserve Meals on Wheels, 274-6583 or 274-6544. Monday: Lasagna, green beans, oatmeal raisin bar Tuesday: Chicken, roasted potatoes, cauliflower/cheese, rice pudding Wednesday: Pork loin, mashed potatoes/gravy, car- rots, fruit turnover Free, comprehensive and insurance information, their again until 2018. info to chat live with a Senior Thursday: Beef tips & objective counseling Medicare card and their medi- If you have questions or LinkAge Line specialist. gravy, noodles, broccoli, The Minnesota River Areacations, need further information, con- WHO: Senior LinkAge angel food & strawberries Agency on Aging, Inc. will The 2017 annual enrollment tact the Senior LinkAge Line Line and Minnesota River Friday: Italian cod, augra- once again be assistingperiod for Medicareat 1-800-333-2433. The Senior Area Agency on Aging Medicare beneficiaries with Prescription Drug Plans and LinkAge Line is a free state- (MNRAAAI tin potatoes, squash, ice their 2017 Medicare planMedicare AdvantagePlansruns wide service of the Minnesota WHAT: Medicare Open cream research and enrollment,from October 15, 2016 toBoard on Aging and AreaEnrollment Assistance Milk and bread served Trained volunteers will be December 7, 2016. DuringAgencies on Aging. The Senior WHEN: Thursday, with every meal. available by appointment in this time, you can enroll in a LinkAge Line is the federal- November 3, Call for Menus subject to changeWestbrook at the Westbrook plan if you did not previously iy-designated State Health Appointment Lutheran Social Services Library. To schedule anenroll or change to a new plan. Insurance Assistance Program WHERE: Westbrook is funded in part under the appointment, call the Senior Changes then become effective (SHIP) for Minnesota and is the Library, 556 1st Ave., Older Americans Act under LinkAge Line at 1-800-333- on January 1, 2017. If you do place to call for Medicare and Westbrook, MN contract with the Southwest 2433. not make changes by December health insurance issues. Call Visit our website at: www. Agency on Aging. Medicare beneficiaries need 7, 2016, in most cases you will 1-800-333-2433 for assistance mnraaa.org to bring with them current not be able to change plans or go to www.MinnesotaHelp. GLANCES IN THE PAST Bariatric-Weight Loss Surgery Support Group FIFTEEN YEARS AGO October 17, 2001 Fire poster contest win- ners are Tyson Berg, Kindergarten; Felicia Cohrs, second grade; Alexandria Mischke, 3rd grade; and Christael Barber, 1st grade. Last week student council members Ashley Knakmuhs and Casie Munson accepted a check of $1605 from AAL Branch 7471 treasurer Sheryl Kopperud. ARC Cottonwood County and AAL spon- sored a bowl-a-than September 29 at Someplace Else in Westbrook. Over $1200 in pledges were raised by the bowlers along with Helping Hands Dollars from AAL, which will bring the total to about $2000. These funds are kept in Cottonwood County to be used for scholarships for conven- tions and camperships, Special Olympic events, summer, fall, and winter, and People First activi- ties. THIRTY YEARS AGO. October 22, 1986 Westbrook elementary school classrooms were filled with grandparents for 3 days last week when the students were encouraged to have their grandparents attend classes and eat lunch with them. With pairing and sharing now a fact of life between Westbrook, Fulda, Walnut Grove, and Storden Jeffers, high school principal B.W. Wiecks told the school board Thursday night that he is seri- ously considering changing from 55 minute class periods to 50 minute periods. Early dismissals for extra curricular events and sporting events, the final period of the day gets short-changed quite often. FORTY FIVE YEARS AGO October 21, 1971 Elmer Brandt of Westbrook, stood in a truck being loaded with 800 bushel of soybeans The Sanford Metabolic and Bariatric Surgical Program and Sanford Worthington Medical Center are offering a weight loss surgery support group. The session will be held on Monday, Oct. 17. The session will be held via videoconference from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Crailsheim Room at Sanford Worthington Medical Center. Videoconference is a telephone or video meeting between participants in two or more locations. The presenter will not be located in Worthington but will be shown through video on a televisionconnect over video from Sioux Falls. The topics vary. There is no cost to attend, and registration is not necessary. The bariatric back on track class is held quarterly by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgical Program in Sioux Falls. It is for all weight loss surgery patients, (regardless of which surgery was done). The class is led by Bariatric Coordinator Stephanie Weasels, RN, dietician Leanne Chesshir and nurse practitioner Kristin Turek, CNP. All are from Sanford USD Medical Center. The basic agenda is as follows: *Personal accountability *Goal setting and written commitments * Nutrition review: portion control, sab- otaging foods and drinks, fluid intake, food diary, and realistic weight loss goals *Exercise resources and accountability *Exchanging bad habits for good ones: identify goals, emotional attachments to foods (trigger foods) and, barriers to change *Overview of potential complications (that could lead to weight gain or other medical costs1 *Follow plan, support person and, sup- port groups in their area The Sanford Metabolic and Bariatric Surgical Program is a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence. Bariatric surgeons Dr. Dennis Glatt, Dr. Curtis Peery, Dr. Donald Graham and their team are avilable to discuss weight loss surgery option. For a consultation, please call (605) 328-3840 or 1-800-727-0670. For more information, call dietician Michelle Poppen. RD. at (507) 372-3329. that will be sent to Japan as part of an NFO Bargaining Program. The grain was trucked to the NFO loading docks at Altar Barge, St. Paul, for shipment to New Orleans by barge. This is the first load of grain delivered from this area under the NFO Bargaining Program. The Westbrook VFW Post is making plans for its third annual "Come as You Were Discharged" party. This years' party will be held Saturday, October 23, at the club room, with music by the "Ranchero's". The Westbrook GAA South Africa travelogue at Sons of Norway meeting The Sons of Norway over in Ireland in January, over to Denmark. For the of Norway is to promote, Stavanger Lodge will hold before they headed to South fmal stop of their trip, they preserve and cherish a last- their next meeting on Africa. They stayed in went to Sweden to visit their ing appreciation for the heri- Thursday, October 20, at South Africa during theforeign exchange daughter tage and culture of Norway 6:00 p.m. beginning with a months of February and and her family. The and other Nordic cultures Fall Potluck at the March and toured extensive- Elzengas will share many while growing soundly as a Cottonwood Co. Historical ly throughout the Western treasured photos, stories and fraternal benefit society and Society, 812 4th Ave. in and Southern Cape region, mementos from their memo- offering maximum benefits Windom. Following the pot- Their fabulous trip included rable multi-country get-a- to its members. The local luck will be a special travel Cape Town, Table Mountain, way. Stavanger Lodge was char- presentation at 6:45 p.m. Robbins Island, and the wine The public is cordiallytered in 1974 and currently The unique evening pro-country, the Garden Route, invited to come and attend has approximately 80 mem- gram will be a travelogue the Cape of Good Hope, presented by Windom resi- Addo Elephant National the potluck and program free bers. dents Roger and Chris Park and the Karoo and of charge. Guests arealways For more information Elzenga. Both retired teach- many other sites. They welcome at any monthly about Sons of Norway or the ers, Roger and Chris trav- returned to the United States meeting. Please bring aOctober meeting, please eled to South Africa in the via Egypt, and then flew to dish to share for the potluck, contact Harvey Pedersen, winter of 2014. Their trip the Netherlands (during tulip Beverages will be provided. Sons of Norway President, began with a five-day lay- time), and then took trams The mission of the Sonsat 445-3188 entertained the Fulda ........ " ..._ ... GAA in a Powder Puff football game last Your flu shot questions answered .... Wednesday night. The local Lassies dominated play throughout the con- By: Worku Metafefia, FNP, Family Medicine, Sanford others? test with good running, Westbrook For the 2016-2017 flu season, Advisory Committee on excellent passing, and Cau a flu shot give you the flu? Immunizations (ACIP) recommends annual flu vaccination for strong defense. Money No. The vaccine is made from an inactivated virus that can't everyone ages 6 months and older with the flu shot. from the game was sent transmit infection. So people who get sick after receiving a flu Is it better to get the flu than the flu vaccine? to swell the Mike Patrick vaccination were going to get sick anyway. It takes a week or No. Flu can be a serious disease, particularly among young Fund in Worthington. two to get protection from the vaccine. But people assume children, older adults, and people with certain chronic health because they got sick after getting the vaccine, the shot caused conditions, such as asthma, heart disease or diabetes. Any flu their illness, infection can carry a risk of serious complications, hospitaliza- Are any of the available flu vaccines recommended over the tion or death, even among otherwise healthy children and adults, MORE CHOICES. 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