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Ask not what you can do for your country but ask what’s for lunch! Since the country is divided regarding politics, and forever will be, we can at least agree that a LUNCH would be nice. So what is for lunch? Well lunch generally means quick and often hand held to many. If you combine hand held...
  The American Legion Auxiliary to Post 12 met on Monday, October 17 at 7 p.m. President Marge Gadbow called the meeting to order with eight members present. Chaplin Lois Boyer read a prayer followed by a moment of silence for our fallen heroes. The Pledge of Allegiance and Preamble to the...
Other than skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women. Getting mammograms regularly can lower the risk of dying from breast cancer. The United States Preventive Services Task Force recommends that if you are 50 to 74 years old, be sure to have a screening mammogram...
If you were up to visit you would have smelled the homemade bread that we baked to go along with an exciting game of floor dice, then Cenex donated some good pizza to go along with $1 Bingo, the Trinity preschoolers were up to visit and a group from St. Mary’s were here for Bunco after supper one...
Are you tired of learning about history as you read about food? Well too bad... This weeks food subject has a history as well so here it goes. The origin and history of Beef Stroganoff dates backs to the 19th century and was considered a dish for the wealthy, with it’s start in Russia. Through...
It’s hard to believe October is half over. Last week Tony P. was up with some awesome live music and we served cake and ice cream at the October birthday party to a full house of residents, family, and friends. We got in a dice game, played some cards, the Lab Dept. sponsored a coffee party for the...
It is believed that people get food borne illnesses a minimum of 14 times a year. And that number is directed at the food borne illnesses that are NOT reported or diagnosed. People who claim to have the stomach flu or a 24 hour bug simply have a food borne illness also known as Food Poisoning....
Todd County Flu Clinics - October - November 2016 Flu Vaccine Available:  Pediatric (6 – 35 months of age), Quadrivalent (3 – 64 yrs), High Dose (65 yrs and up) (No FluMist available this year) We accept: Private Insurance, Medicare and Minnesota Health Care Programs or Private Pay.  Insurance Card...
Fall is in the air and the leaves are changing colors.  Hard to believe we are already into October.  The Fish fry was a huge success with Cindy H., Jesssica & Jimmy P, and Joan H. frying up a bunch of fish for our residents to enjoy.  What a treat-thanks so much.!!   Another busy week as...
Last Thursday was a busy time for me getting some yard work done which meant I didn’t have any time for a chat with the Chipmunks. So, Saturday afternoon I decided to make up for it, take a break and have a talk with Chip, Munk One and Munk Two. The weather had warmed up a bit and all three were...

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