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Pae4 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS - WEDNESDAY, MAY I3, 2020 Here and ready to fill your needs, Wr’nr Gnu l Locally owned and , operated, Grafton ' Drug is more than a pharmacy. We offer a unique selection of giftware, puzzle candy, kitchen items, cards, and more. Gift wrap with purchase. GRAFTON Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are '\ proud to announce: Postponed Farewell Open House, Park River *POSTPONED until Fall — Community Farewell Open House Celebration for Pastor MarkAntal on Sunday, May 3| from 2-4pm at Victory Free Lutheran Church in Park River. Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 Park River 301 CountyRoad 123 284-71 1 5 Park River Implement . 284-631 6 Park River 284-7244 Adams 944-2231 Grafton 352-3668 Michl an 259-2112 Hoop e 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 ALSH COUNTY ESS (final . immatures sac. Pawn mm Aura Baum % FIRST UNITED .1 FBankaslnsurance 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 284-6433 For all your dinner needs! Jim’s SuperValu 101 3rd St. W Park River Truck Drivers Wanted Full time, Part time, Local and Over the Road. No Northeast loads Contact Marvin at 701-248-3204 P m in unt Mem ri lHos it I Flex Time RN/ CNA Wed w Man r Part time Activities Assistant *CNA Certification required*lCNA classes avail— able upon offer of employment *Days/Evenings, rotating weekends and holi- days *Knowledge of skype, facetime, social media considered a plus Full time Cook Full Time LPN/RN $5,000 Sign On Bonus Full Time CNAs $1,200 Sign On Bonus Part Tlme CNAS Part/Flex time RN/LPN GREAT BENEFIT PACKAGE! Apply online: www.cavalierhospilal.com or contact Ann Russell at 701 -265-6329 for more information. Pembina County Memorial Hospital Wedgewocd Manor y J 1m lMiller Dear Savvy Senior; Do currently oflered vaccines against pneumonia provide seniors any protection against the coron- avims disease? I’ve always been bad about getting vaccinated, but this coronavims pandemic is causing me to change my thinking. Pro- Vax Patty Dear Patty, This is a great question. Because the coronavirus (COVID-19) at- tacks the lungs and respiratory sys- tem, many readers have asked whether the pneumonia vaccines, which are administered to millions of patients each year, might protect someone if they contract the coron- avirus. ' But unfortunately, the answer is no. Vaccines against pneumonia, such as pneumococcal vaccine and Hacmophilus influenza type B vac- cine, do not provide protection against the new coronavirus. This virus is so new and different that it needs its own vaccine. Re- searchers are in the process of rap— idlv develo mg a vaccine against COVID-l9, utitrsexpectedtotake at least a year before it’s ready. Having said that, you should also know that there are several F01! THE TRO0PS‘ -Walsh County Veterans Service Office rtant vaccines the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all seniors should get up to date on alter the coronavirus pandemic dies down. Here’s a rundown of what they are, When you should get them, and how they’re covered by Medicare. Flu vaccine: While annual flu shots are recommended each fall to everyone, they are very important for older adults to get because seniors have a much greater risk of devel- oping dangerous flu complications. According to the CDC, last year up to 647,000 people were hospitalized and 61,200 died because of the flu most of whom were age 65 and older. To improve your chances of es— caping the seasonal flu, this Sep— tember or October consider a vaccine specifically designed for people 65 and older. The Fluzone High Dose or FLUAD are the two options that provide extra protection beyond what a standard flu shot offers. And all flu shots are covered under Medicare Part B. Pneumococcal vaccine: As Savvy Cont page 6 other impo May:Menta1 HealthAwarenwsMonth “Nothing in this world can torment you as much as your own thoughts.” — healthyplacecom National Mental Health Month raises awareness about mental illness and related issues in the United States. Over the past few years, at- titudes towards mental health issues appear to be changing for the better. Negative attitudes and stigma as- sociated with mental health have de— creased and there has been growing acceptance towards mental health is- sues and support for people with them. Veterans with mental health con- ditions that were either caused or ag- gravated by their milime service are eligible to receive service—connect- ed disability benefits from the De- partment of Veterans Affairs (VA). Veterans can apply for service con- nection right before or any time af- ter leaving active duty. All VA mental health claims fall into one of three categories: 1) PTSD Combat, 2) PTSD Non- Combat / Military Sexual Trauma (MST), and 3) All Other Mental Health Conditions. PTSD always has in-service stres- sors, which cause or make the PTSD worse, such as exposure to death, threatened death (fear or hostility), actual serious injury, threatened serious injury, actual sexual violence and threatened sex- ual violence. Moreover, PTSD can worsen if the Veteran has either of medication side effects, timritus, chronic pain, TBI, sleep apnea or in- somnia. . Good affine The Leather In ’Personaf Response andSayp0*rt Services How Lifeline Works To Get You Help Fast if you need lists, push your personal help batten, which sotomstiosll’y dials the Lifeline Response Center. Trained Personal Response Associates who have instant: access to your pertinent: information will contact; you immediately to see What help you need. Even if you can’t; answer, Lifeline will send the help you need right away and will followup to ensure that: help did arrive and you are being cared for. ,‘ . lF you ans AT sass can. ' ’ ii CO. , Shmaman 284-7115 L 1 i C 56016:?“ Park River 1 Paar Riven 5mg gamerisan Campus Non-combat PTSD stressors in- clude things such as MST, service- member suicide, serious car acci- dents, training accidents, victim of rape and witnessing a rape, among others. There are 37 ratable VA mental health conditions under the law. A mental health claim is not limited to just PTSD. “Your mental health is a priority. Your happiness is an essential. Your self-care is a necessity.” — healthy- place.com For more information" on applying for service connection for mental health, please call 352-5030 to make your appointment. Thank you for your service. ‘ NOTICE: The flag disposal box has been temporarily moved to the south side of the courthouse in Grafton. It will be used as a voting ballot drop-ofi‘ for the Primary Elec- tion from 4-13-2020 to 6—9—2020. Please do not put your flag’s in the box during this time. If you wish to schedule a time to drop off your un- serviceable flags, please call 352- 5030. Katrina Hodny, Walsh CQun Veterans Serv1ce fficer Admin Building, 638 Cooper Ave Suite 5, Grafion, ND 58237 701-352—5030 or 701-331-1700 - walshcountyvso@nd.gov - www.walshcountynd.com/veteran Facebook @WalshCounty Veterans Above: June 2019 author Nancy Gunderson about his e Bo xpeiienoecasa19year rgeson Hvinden interviewing Vlfinton old SEABEE in the Pacific. Hvinden Publications publishes book of WWII histories THOMPSON, N.D. —‘In hon— or and memory of W WII Veter- ans, and commemorating the 75th Anniversary year of the end of WWII, Marlan L and Nancy Borgeson Hvinden have just pub- lished and released a 446 page, 8 1/2 x11 spiral bound Legacy Book about nearly 1500 men and women veterans of Benson Coun- ty, ND. It includes interviews with surviving veterans, including Walsh Co. resident Winton Gun- derson of Grafton, formerly of Park River, and born and raised at Esmond, ND. Other veterans with Walsh Co. ties are also in the book, including MIA R. J. Bots- ford of Edinburg and others. The book included hundreds of never published photos, copies of 1940’s news stories about veterans, stories verified by recently de- classified government documents and is indexed by veterans name. Because of Covid—19 restric— tions, the book is currently only available from the Hvindens. To order or for more information contact them at nehvinden@hot— mail.com or by phone at 701- 330-5235. The book is $60, plus $3 sales tax and $6 mailing and packaging, $69 total. Mail checks and orders to Hvinden Publications 772 Shelby Ct. NE Thompson, ND 58278 It is a one of a kind, no other county in the nation has such a complete history of all of its serv- ice people of WWII. walshcountypress@gmail.com 0 701-284-6333 Registered Dental Hygienist Part Time Park River Dental - Park River, ND A fabulous opportunity awaits for you at Park River Dental! We are looking for a Registered Dental Hygienist who em- bodies professionalism, a strong work ethic and the desire to achieve success in our established and growing practice! If working in a new building with state-of-the-art technology is appealing, we need you! Position available is for three days a week with the possibility to increase due to demand. Qualified candidates must have exceptional clinical skills, a passion for growth and develop- ment, and a commitment to excellence. As a registered den- tal hygienist with our team, you will need to have a current state license. Proficiency in XLDent is a plus but not a re- quirement. 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