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Ortonville/Graceville Rice Hospice Board and Volunteers 40-1 CARD OF THANKS Thank you to the ECI coordinators and all who brought ou their vehicles for the Big Toys day. Our boys had a great time. We appreciate it when the community comes together to do activities like this for our young chil- dren. 40-1 Rev. Benjamin Pollock Family CRAIG BEYER TREE SER- VICE-Modern equipment, power stump cutter. ISA certified arborist, MN licensed tree inspector. In busi- ness since 1997. Call Craig for an estimate, 320-589-2114. 25-TF* NIrz CO.NSTRUCTION •    lu . Jim ,: Owlet 320-305-1550 CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank all who attended our 50th anniversary party. Thank you for the cards, gifts and well wishes. We are sincerely blessed to know so many great people. We also wish to thank our children Brent and Kristi and Lisa and Dan, our grandchilden Megan, Nick, Gabby and Ashley for all their help in mak- ing the celebration run so smoothly. Bless you for honoring us. Rodger and Linda Brandt 40-1" and Family CARD OF THANKS Thank you to everyone who sent cards and prayed for our family. We praise God that Pastor Pollock's tumor on his kidney was benign. Now he has to rest and recover for six weeks. We are so thankful for our doctors in Ortonville, especially Dr. Longnecker, who searched all sum- mer until they found what was wrong. We are also blessed to live in the same state as Mayo where there are excellent doctors. 40-1 Rev. Benjamin Pollock Family CARD OF THANKS A huge, heartfelt "Thank You" to everyone involved in the "Ortonville Fire Response - Neighbors In Need" benefit last Saturday night. Especially the area clergy and their church mem- bers, local merchants, Ortonville School and staff and the Ortonville Swing Band, whose music provided entertainment for the wonderful peo- ple who attended and showed their support. Please know that what you all have done and the love you have shown is sincerely appreciated. Cindy Scholberg and Family, 40-1" Rural Ortonville Extension news U of M Extension dean honors Wheat Growers, Torgerson University of Minnesota Extension Dean Bev Durgan honored the Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers and the Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council this week with Extension's Distinguished Friend award, with special recognition to Executive Director Dave Torgerson, at the organization's annual conference. The Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers and the Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council understand that research- based information can make a Westaffin partnership with Jacobs Trading Company located in Appleton, MN is hosting a JOB FAIR on Oct. 20, 2010. Attend the WESTAFF JOB FAIR atJacobs Trading Company located in Appleton, MN on the correctional facility property (443 South Musterman Street, Appleton, MN 56208) Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 10:00 AM UNTIL 2:00 PM OR • Wfigtgff Contact the Willmar Westaff • .....1.,...,.---- office at (320) 214-1070 PROVIDING ESSENTIAL PEOPLE for more details. mcnn minnesota Classified nduertising Iletworh FINANCIAL MN BASED FAMILY OWNED OTR company seeking qualified O/O's to pull our trailers. Mileage pay, great miles, great hometime. Call 800/878- 8031 or log onto www.bayandbay.com FAMILY OWNED REFRIGERATED cartier seeking qualified O/O's to pull our trailers. Percentage pay, terminal pay. East Coast to MN. Call 800/878- 8031 or log onto www.dttruck.com OTR DRIVER(S) NEEDED Full & part time avail:, 2 years min. experience. Valid CDL/physical/drug screen required. Call Mon-Fri 8AM-7PM 320/203-7049 DRIVERS NEEDED: Earn up to $45,000 per year +benefits. Get pre-hired with Roehl, Swift, Werner & others. No experience needed. Training classes start weekly. Call 877/459-6044 CASH NOW! Get cash for your structured settlement or annuity payments. High payouts. Call J.G. Wentworth 1-866-SETTLEMENT (866/738-8536). Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau. In Memoriam IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Mike Schumacher Sept. 26, 1979 - Oct. 24, 2000 Not a day goes by we don't miss you/ How can it be 10 years Since you were called away, Sometimes it seems to us Like only yesterday. We know Mike was special And always will be Our Angel in Heaven, Happy for eternity. Our memories grow sweeter As time goes by. God must have needed A very special guy. We know losing someone We held so dear, Means life is so much less Without you here. ALWAYS IN OUR HEARTS Love, Mom and Dad; Michele, Brad, Alex, Kenzie and Maddie; Laura, Randy, Jennifer, Britney, 40-1 -- -Kayla and Ryan WANTED COMPANY DRIVERS & owner operators, have lease pur- chase programs. For sale 05 Intl. FREE CLASSESI & 04 Frthl. J-Mar 701/277-0039 Train for a new career or earn col- gene.peterson@j-mar-enterprises.com lege credit. Call toll free 866/237-6479 ? ? AI)VERTISF HI, RI, STATEWli)F IN 240 NEWSI)API:RS FOR ()NIX $199 PER WEEKt CALL 800- 279- 2979 difference, according to Durgan, who recognized the groups for outstanding leadership and contributions tO the people of Minnesota. • Individual members contribute countless volunteer hours to Extension activities at the local and state levels. Minnesota Wheat has invested check- p.ff funding to support Extension programming and faculty positions at the University of Minnesota. "In supporting and promoting Extension and research-based information, Dave and the Minnesota Wheat Growers have earned the respect and gratitude of Extension faculty, staff and Minnesotans statewide," said Durgan. For more University of Minnesota Extension news, visit www.extension.umn.edu/news For recent University of Minnesota Extension headlines, visit www.extension.umn.edu/inthenews University of Minnesota Extension is an equal opportunity educator and employer. ] Graceville Health Center now part of Essentia Health Graceville Health Center is now part of Essentia Health, an integrated health system serving patients in four states: Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and Idaho. Essentia Health consists of 17 hospitals, 62 clinics and 750 physicians united with one com- mon purpose - to revolutionize the process of delivering high-quality, high-value health care in rural com- munities.... By joining Essentia Health, Graceville Health Center is part of a healthcare system dedicated to pre- serving and enhancing care in rural communities. Essentia Health brings together Innovis Health, SMDC Health System, Brainerd Lakes Health, and Essentia Community Hospitals and Clinics. "This relationship gives our patients the advantage of receiving quality healthcare from local providers while having access to spe- cialized care from other Essentia Health organizations as well," states GHC Administrator Todd Howell. The closest Essentia Health organiza- tions are the former Innovis Health Clinics in Hankinson, Wahpeton and Fargo. "Becoming an Essentia Health organization gives our patients access to hundreds of medical specialists who are among the best in their fields," adds Howell. Full integration will take many months, but Graceville Health Center has already begun merging some of its operations with an emphasis on creating efficiencies and reducing healthcare costs. The GHC website and Facebook pages will soon reflect the change and staff name tags will follow, with sig- nage and stationery changes occurring over about a year and a half. One key initiative that will directly impact patient care is a move toward a single electronic health record that will fol- low patients across the system, whether they are seeing a physician in Graceville or Fargo. "People are most comfortable when they can receive their care close to home - and from people who know and understand their needs," says Essentia CEO Peter E. Person, MD. "Now when patients get sick in Graceville, they have the comfort of knowing that their care is backed by the full power of Essentia," adds Dr. Person. "They'll benefit from the work of thousands of physicians and employees who are all dedicated to delivering the best care anywhere." No staffing changes at Graceville Health Center are planned because of their new affiliation with Essentia Health. Each Essentia Health facility will continue to have its own local leadership who will manage staffing based on the needs of its community. Graceville Health Center will also maintain its Catholic sponsorship through the Benedictine Sisters of Duluth who not only sponsor Essentia Health, but also sponsor the College of St. Scholastica and Benedictine Health System. The only change in services that the public will notice at Graceville Health Center is continued growth and improvement. For more informa- tion about Essentia Health, go to "http://www.essentiahealth.org" www.essentiahealth.org or contact Carla Gilsdorf at 320-748-8244. (ADV) October is... your dont flygi0nisL, HEART DISEASE: Cardiovascular disease affects 57 million people in the U.S. and kills almost • a million people each year. Recent studies have shown thal"o patient vith periodontal (gum) disease is twice as likely to develop heart disease as one with- out the condition. 0 Accepting New Patients Call or email today to schedule an appointment for your next hygiene visit. ' • ' .B" hDDS Mark A. lerschbac , EC. .... Windwater Suites 1203 E. 4th Ave. Ste 103 Milbank, SD 57252 605-432-5032 MOn. 8am, - 5pm • Tue. 7am - Noon • Wed. & Thur. 8am - 6pm • Fri. 8am - 12 noon .... smile@itcmilbank.com I PA invites you to our FALL EYE WF00R- TRUNK SHOW EYE.CARE Don't forget to schedule your appointment soon !f you are planning to use your flexible spending account for 2010. We are filling up fast for November and December. Don't waste your flex dollars! A designer eyewear representative will be on hand to show you the lastest styles in eyewear! Dr. Christopher J. Conroy OPTOMETRIST 123 NW Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2608 f, Diagnosis and Treatment of Ocular Diseases General Exams • Contact Lenses ° Low Vision • Vision Therapy • Pediatrics i Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2010 INOEPENDENT Page 13