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Thursday, April 23, 2009 Page 11 Tri-County News Kimball, MN ~ ~ ~ ~ ~!~ ~ ~ ~i~ .-:~l~ .... ~ ....... ~ ~." .... Mock crash scheduled at KAHS April Students of the Month ByErikWidvey, Principal alcohol-related crash looks like Every year drinking-and driv- from the perspective of those ing-related accidents cause hun- involved, including: the Kim- dreds, if not thousands, of fam- ball Area Fire and Rescue Depart- ilys' heartaches across the state of ment, the Kimball Police Depart- Minnesota and the nation. April ment, Stearns County Sheriff's 28, KimballArea High School stu- Department, Watkins Ambu- dents (grades 7-12) will be viewing lance Service, Lifelink (air ambu- mock crash staged by the Kim- lance), Dingmann Funeral Care, 3all Area Fire and Rescue Depart- and Minnesotan's for Safe Driv- ment. The program will begin at ing. These agencies will show stu- 1:15 p.m., and will take place on dents what happens in the event of Ehe high school football field. Stu- a serious accident, involving inju- dents will view the activity from ries and fatalities, as a result of the home football-field stands, drinking and driving. The event is The focus of the program will open to the public. be to show students what an National Volunteer Week St. Cloud and surrounding gestures are appreciated. Not all areas - Heartland Home Health- volunteers see patients however, care and Hospice is celebrating some work in our office or in their National Volunteer Week April homes on special projects. 19-25, in honor of our dedicated Heartland's mission is to sup- volunteers who touch the lives of port the patient and family whet- our patients every day. This year's ever they are in their health care theme is "Celebrating People in journey and to respect their goals Action" and Heartland hopes to and values. Heartland Hospice raise awareness of the importance provides specialized care that of volunteering and the impact it meets the physical, emotional has on the lives of both our patients and spiritual needs of patient and and volunteers, loved ones facing the challenges At Heartland, our volunteers of an advanced illness. For more are key members of our team. information about Heartland ser- They provide non-clinical care vices, or becoming a hospice vol- for patientsm, whether they have unteer, please contact Margie a simple conversation, play cards Nalezny, Volunteer Coordinator, or run an errand for them. The at (320) 654-1136, or via e-mail at words of thanks and smiles on