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ITS NEW BRICK FACADE already a landmark, the new Shelton Civic Center is taking shape on Cota Street. City commissioners who toured it last week said they were pleased with the progress. City commission roundup: Ramp project is ready to roll on downtown corners The Shelton City Commission took action Monday to authorize an agreement with Manke Exca- vation of Shelton for 62 wheel- chair-access ramps in the down- town area. Next Monday is the notice-to- proceed date, Parsons said. Work will start on Railroad Avenue at Eighth and Ninth streets. Heavi- er construction in the downtown area will start after the Mason County Forest Festival Parade, scheduled for Saturday, May 22. The project includes sidewalk access ramps at various intersec- tions on First, Cota, Franklin, Ce- dar, Pine and Alder streets as TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY BUYING OLD stuffl Immediate cash payment: Picture post cards, 1880 to 1970{ Varied White Elephants{ Old pocket watches and men's wind up wrist watches (running or not)! Key wind wall and mantel clocks (running or not)! Antique gunsl Gold and Silver Coins (call for daily quote)l Coin collec- tions! Stamp collections Round bird cages, glass seed cupsJ Birdie doo- dlers! Fiberglass chickensl Old books] Pre WW2 children's books[ Little Black Sambo, OZ booksl Alice in Wonder- land, Pinocchio, Billy Whiskers, Dick and Jane{ McGuffey school booksl Books by Baum or Burgess{ Many othersl Photographs 1840 to 19451 Pro WW2 costume jewelryl Gold jewelryl Diamond jewelryl Scrap gold marked 10K, 14K, 18K. Raw gold (placer fines, nuggets, etc.)! Old toysl Cast iron toys, tin toys, wind-upsl Coin banks1 10 cent comic books1 CollectibleSl Big Little books{ NAZI collectibles! Military souvenirs{ Swords, daggers, bayo- nets! WW2 Jap and German helmets, accoutermentsl Hitler books, maga- zines. Old ink pens, fountain pens, me- chanical pencilst Pro 1950 advertising give awaysi Road maps, lead pencils, etc., Railroad lanterns, schedules, ad- vertisingl Cut glassl Green fire king glass{ Old pictures, printst Red Wing crockery{ 1920's, '30's floor and table lamps! Wooden fishing plugsl Sterling Silver flatware, hollowarel Old gas pumps, Brass nozzlesl Old pocket knives, sheath knivesl Indian artifacts (beads, baskets, carvings, dolls, jew- elry){ Old marbles1 Political pins! Pre 1950 pin back buttons of all kinds! Old, Odd or Unusual? If it has character Dachs will buy it at The Coin Shop, 106 So. 4th St, Shelton, 8:30 to 5 Tuesday through Saturday. 426-0304 C5/6-27 2 BEDROOM singlewide mobile, stor- age, W/D hook-up, front deck, close to lake/freeway. $465, 426-7454. A5/6-13 APPALOOSA MARE. 9 years old. Beautiful markings. $2,500. Appaloosa gelding. 13 years. Snowflake coloring. $800. 426-1924. K5/6 BEAUTIFUL THREE bedroom, 2 bath duplex near Island Lake. Lots of stor- age, gas heat, gas fireplace. Double garage with automatic door opener, and maintenance, W/S provided. $725 monthly. 898-3000. W5/6-27 JOHNSON OUTBOARD motor, 6hp, long shaft, $350 OBO. 898,6262. M5/6 GOT HEADACHES? Call 1-800-777-3239 (24 hr.) Order your free video on Life Beyond Headaches well as fi)ur ramps on Railroad Avenue at Eighth and Ninth streets. IN OTHER business at their meeting Monday, the commission- ers: • Approved a landscape archi- tect, Robert W. Droll of Lacey, to prepare a Callanan Park Master Plan, which is to be done by the end of July. The master plan will include parking facilities, possible expansion of the ball field, play apparatus, restrooms (which cur- rently don't meet the Americans with Disabilities Act require- ments), the storage-concession building, drainage, landscaping YARD SALE. Desk $20, new toddler bed, still In box, paid $50:, sell Sa, O: Air hockey game $1oo: Welght SBt with bench, $50. All OBO. Also lots of mis- cellaneous. 604 North 6th Street. Fri- day-Saturday. W5/6 EXPERIENCED MNCNA part-time to start with full-time by fall. Send resume to PC Box 1519 Shelton WA, 98584. F5/6-13 1972 LEER camper 8', call after 5 p.m. weekdays, $300, 877-5754. R5/6-13 1988 BAYLINER in/outboard, 87 engine hours, full canvas, $5,000. Leave mes- sage, (360) 427-6911. B5/6 HUGE YARD sale, collectibles. Friday, Saturday, Sunday. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Squaxin Tribe Senior Housing, Ka- milche area. Follow signs. New stuff every day. N5/6 CARSEAT/HIGHCHAIR $15. 2 boogie boards, $15. Street bike helmet, d}rt bike helmet, $60 each. Chest protec- tor, $40. 426-9346. L5/6 and entrances to the park. City staff members were di- rected to move forward with nego- tiations with Droll, the same firm that prepared the Kneeland Park Master Plan. The contract for the plan is not to exceed $10,000. • Heard the second and final reading of amendments to the city's Aquifer Recharge Areas Or- dinance. The amendments ad- dress three issues in which the Western Washington Growth Management Hearings Board found the city to be noncompliant with the state's Growth Manage- ment Act. • AWARDED THE bid for a cavity pump at the sewage treat- ment plant to Industrial Pump Sales of Seattle in the amount of $10,874.12. It was the lowest of two bids received, and was lower than the pTice of the pump the city bought last year. The new pump will replace the last of the plant's three original pumps. Belfair fest seeks vendors for late June Vendors from throughout Ma- son County are invited to seek space at Belfair's Summerfest, set for Saturday and Sunday, June 26 and 27, in Belfair. The new location this year will be on Clifton Lane, returning the festival to the downtown area of Belfair, say planners of the event. Space is $25. Those interested in participating can contact Don Cady at (360) 275-2868. Olympia Home Loan Center 510 Plum Street, Suite I 0 I P.O. Box 7647 879LCWA Olympta,WA 98507 Cheryl Langeland Senior Loan Rep. I'm an experienced home loan consultant who is committed to making the loan process as easy as possible. Serving clients like you has enabled me to be a member of the President's Club. Let's work together. Service excellence Is my goal. Give me a call phone 360.754.4294 fax 360.704.3680 toll free 800.468.3854 Washington Mutual N:r ) Programs subject at, ehanE¢ CertMn rcslriclions apply. Borrower I re.Approval subjrct to acceptable ouA ,oul*.o properly/appraisal Wc have t,an offices and accept applications in: Washington Mutual Bank. FA --- many LEOER star¢s; Washington Mutual Bank -- IO, OK, UT, WA; and Washington Mutual Bank {sb -- ID, MT, UT, Page 14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 6, 1999 IVVh at MASON GENERAL HOSPI Welcome to Our Februa.ry and March Babies! The staff and physicians at MGH want to welcome the following babies* born in February at MGH. Congratulations to the parents, siblings and grandparents! lain Eugene Dalziell Destiny Mac Albro Gavin Layne Francis Small Harry Franklin Rhodes III Sahaj Kirshan Bhimani Tiana Clairice Dunbar-Wiles Lacey Grace Stark Corban Patrick Phillips Kyle Thomas Kimball Kylie Marie Graham Destiny Rachel Fain February Cody Michael Bragg-McCord Carol Louise Renner Mackenzie Rae Castro Bo Andres Franklin Davis Charles Thomas Rogerson "Iajah Shineke Williams March Zachary Keith Sisson Saria Rayelle Johnson AubrieUe Eleanor Ledgerwood Chariti Lynne Shelton Sierra Marie Semanko Shane Michael Mazdzer Destini Dawn Hannah Trisan Jarod Harris Sierra E Anderson Dylan Matthew Woodall Tristan Avery Thomas Ashley Lynn McCartney Veronica Katie Castro Adin Matthew Welander Nicolas Hernandez Kierina Rose Spear P.S. If you would like one-on-one care, a pte birthing suite complete th Jacuzzi-type tubs, a birth plan, and the convenience of having your next baby at Mason General Hospital, we have several family practice physicians, an obstetrician, and a certified nurse-midwife on staff. CII our physician referral line, 427-9551, for the names and phone numbers. *More babies were born at Mason General Hospitai during this time. However, those listed are the ones we have permission to print. News:Brlefs... • All volunteers - no matter the age - at Mason General Hospital are asked tO circle,Wednesday, May S; 1999, on their calendar to attend MGH s annual "dolUn-r Recognition Party from 4 to 6 p.m. in the or Room. Cake and coffee will be serv(l. Service pins and:hours of recognition will be part ofe receptioh, • MGH's next Mended  Surt Group will meet at 2 p.m. on Thursd, May 20 1999, in MGH's, Ellinor Room... instead of the usti e of 7 p,m, MGH s pharmacist, Gene Miller,  Present information on cardiac medications and he will discuss the relationship of diet to medications. Deanna Walker, R.N., coordinator of the group, is encouraging everyone to come prepared with questions in regards to cardiac medications. Mended Hearts is for people who have had heart surgery, a heart attack or have heart disease. Its primary goal is to encourage and support patients and families during this time in their lives when they are dealing with major lifestyle changes - diet, exercise, stress management, and multiple other concerns. For more information, call Ellen Julius, R.N., at 426- 1611. • Dtitska J. Thurston, M.D., a board certified pediatrician, was recently granted membership to the active medical staff at Mason General Hospital and Shelton Pediatrics. She began seeing patients in March and joins Dale Dietzman, M.D., also a board certified pediatrician at Shelton Pediatrics. "With the addition of Dr. Thurston, Shelton Pediatrics will now have continuous coverage by a board certified pediatrician," commented Bob Appel, chief executive officer of MGH. Shelton Pediatrics is a part of the MGH system. III Mason General Hospital's total vattent _ admissions were up 6.5 percent in 1998, with 2,43u people being admitted for medical care. Also up were outpatient visits, 8.4 percent; emergency room visits, 4.1 percent; and births, 26.3 percent. "c "!t is very. encouraging to see our patient statistl._t continue to increase," commented Rene Youngs, elsie' financial officer at MGH. "We are finding that many people are truly satisfied with the medical care they . receive here and don't hesitate to come back when they need us again." More than 13,780 people were treated in MGH'S a emergency room in 1998, averaging around 38 visits day. Nearly 300 babies, 297 to be exact, were born a' MGH, once again a record number. "We are seeing more babies being delivered here _ every year as women realize they can get the same ca or better right here at home," added Ms. Youngs. Golf Tourney Set Save the date... Friday, JHne 25... for MGH's Foundation's F4fth.dmnll Golf Tournament to be held, at the Aldetbr00 k G! f jnd Yacht Club in Union. Battle:' + Machine Inc., who is a major sponsor of the event, is -'or sponsoring the prizes. KPS Health Plans is another maJ, su orter and Poulsbo R e a traVe| pp V has agreed to donat trailer as a hole-in-one prize. To play, be a volunteer, or a sponsor, call Terry Fernsler at 427-3622. / i ¸ Classes for May The following classes are provided for staff and hospital employees: MGH In edl¢l • For the past i 5 months, a hospital-wide team • Safety Education = • Clinical Competency Skills Development -'e at MGH has been studying, ,, • Acute Thrombotic Stroke- New Therapy str ategi changes to ensure that MGH is .... : ........ ....... and:Considerations end of October 1999. 'qNe are right on schedule," Pediatric Update: Eating Disorders in Children chief financial officer at MGH and:airperson of the '::0 BCLS / CPR Certification of Hospital Staff -,-C¢ • Charting Update and Hospital Orientation - Sl team. "We have taken a proactivoapproach to ensure that all of our mission,ntt systems wiD operate Nursing School Students smoothly and without tntelvaptioia through the century " Advanc Resuscitation Skills date change." : • .... - Formulating Biness Plan in the Health care The priority of the Y2K team was ....... Setting (Pending) mission-essential systelnsd I • Human Immunosuppressive Virus Testing and implementing a critical time frame for failure, "In could fail prior to the future, for example,  .... year cycle," added Ms .... "We are very confident systems," said Ms. Yo to have a contin. - filled with a lot were unintentionally .... • Mason General ital's Physical and in :we will still plan some areas Counseling Certification • Age-Specific Clinical Competency Development • Code Blue Skills • Medical Terminology • Drug Formulary Update • Glucometer Competency • Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification • Pediatric Advanced Life Support Certification Home Safety Community Course: fit, • CPR/BCLS - Thursday, May 13; 9 a.m. to 2 P' ' MGWs Ellinor Room; FREE, call early to register' Occupational Therapy Department has hired three new employees. Vikki Alexander, an occupational _ .., therapist with almost 20 years of experience, specializes Tom DiDonna, R.N., at 427-3609 for more inforrnati°' in geriatric, pediatric, outpatient clinics, home health and hospital departments. Andrea Mohrle, a 1997 graduate of Pacific University in Oregon, is a physical therapist. She has worked as a traveling physical therapist at various locations in Pennsylvania, Virginia and North Carolina. Her experiences include geriatrics, pediatrics, outpatient clinics and hospital departments. Completing the new appointments is Julia Weeks, physical therapy technician. Congratulations... to Jane Fassio, environmental services, for being selected Employee of the Month for MaY' Our Mission Statement We take every possible action to protect and promote the health of the people in Mason County while extending respect and compassion as we serve each individual. Qualily " .... General 901 Mr. View Drive, Building #I, She/ton, WA 98584 North Mason Medical Clinic in Belfair is affiliated with MGfL Visiting Hours: 8:00 am to 8:30 p.m. Visit our Internet home page at www.pugetsoundwa.net/MGH/ +own horn Hospital (360) 426-161 I, from Belfair 275:861,t ...... ITS NEW BRICK FACADE already a landmark, the new Shelton Civic Center is taking shape on Cota Street. City commissioners who toured it last week said they were pleased with the progress. City commission roundup: Ramp project is ready to roll on downtown corners The Shelton City Commission took action Monday to authorize an agreement with Manke Exca- vation of Shelton for 62 wheel- chair-access ramps in the down- town area. Next Monday is the notice-to- proceed date, Parsons said. Work will start on Railroad Avenue at Eighth and Ninth streets. Heavi- er construction in the downtown area will start after the Mason County Forest Festival Parade, scheduled for Saturday, May 22. The project includes sidewalk access ramps at various intersec- tions on First, Cota, Franklin, Ce- dar, Pine and Alder streets as TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY BUYING OLD stuffl Immediate cash payment: Picture post cards, 1880 to 1970{ Varied White Elephants{ Old pocket watches and men's wind up wrist watches (running or not)! Key wind wall and mantel clocks (running or not)! Antique gunsl Gold and Silver Coins (call for daily quote)l Coin collec- tions! Stamp collections Round bird cages, glass seed cupsJ Birdie doo- dlers! Fiberglass chickensl Old books] Pre WW2 children's books[ Little Black Sambo, OZ booksl Alice in Wonder- land, Pinocchio, Billy Whiskers, Dick and Jane{ McGuffey school booksl Books by Baum or Burgess{ Many othersl Photographs 1840 to 19451 Pro WW2 costume jewelryl Gold jewelryl Diamond jewelryl Scrap gold marked 10K, 14K, 18K. Raw gold (placer fines, nuggets, etc.)! Old toysl Cast iron toys, tin toys, wind-upsl Coin banks1 10 cent comic books1 CollectibleSl Big Little books{ NAZI collectibles! Military souvenirs{ Swords, daggers, bayo- nets! WW2 Jap and German helmets, accoutermentsl Hitler books, maga- zines. Old ink pens, fountain pens, me- chanical pencilst Pro 1950 advertising give awaysi Road maps, lead pencils, etc., Railroad lanterns, schedules, ad- vertisingl Cut glassl Green fire king glass{ Old pictures, printst Red Wing crockery{ 1920's, '30's floor and table lamps! Wooden fishing plugsl Sterling Silver flatware, hollowarel Old gas pumps, Brass nozzlesl Old pocket knives, sheath knivesl Indian artifacts (beads, baskets, carvings, dolls, jew- elry){ Old marbles1 Political pins! Pre 1950 pin back buttons of all kinds! Old, Odd or Unusual? If it has character Dachs will buy it at The Coin Shop, 106 So. 4th St, Shelton, 8:30 to 5 Tuesday through Saturday. 426-0304 C5/6-27 2 BEDROOM singlewide mobile, stor- age, W/D hook-up, front deck, close to lake/freeway. $465, 426-7454. A5/6-13 APPALOOSA MARE. 9 years old. Beautiful markings. $2,500. Appaloosa gelding. 13 years. Snowflake coloring. $800. 426-1924. K5/6 BEAUTIFUL THREE bedroom, 2 bath duplex near Island Lake. Lots of stor- age, gas heat, gas fireplace. Double garage with automatic door opener, and maintenance, W/S provided. $725 monthly. 898-3000. W5/6-27 JOHNSON OUTBOARD motor, 6hp, long shaft, $350 OBO. 898,6262. M5/6 GOT HEADACHES? Call 1-800-777-3239 (24 hr.) Order your free video on Life Beyond Headaches well as fi)ur ramps on Railroad Avenue at Eighth and Ninth streets. IN OTHER business at their meeting Monday, the commission- ers: • Approved a landscape archi- tect, Robert W. Droll of Lacey, to prepare a Callanan Park Master Plan, which is to be done by the end of July. The master plan will include parking facilities, possible expansion of the ball field, play apparatus, restrooms (which cur- rently don't meet the Americans with Disabilities Act require- ments), the storage-concession building, drainage, landscaping YARD SALE. Desk $20, new toddler bed, still In box, paid $50:, sell Sa, O: Air hockey game $1oo: Welght SBt with bench, $50. All OBO. Also lots of mis- cellaneous. 604 North 6th Street. Fri- day-Saturday. W5/6 EXPERIENCED MNCNA part-time to start with full-time by fall. Send resume to PC Box 1519 Shelton WA, 98584. F5/6-13 1972 LEER camper 8', call after 5 p.m. weekdays, $300, 877-5754. R5/6-13 1988 BAYLINER in/outboard, 87 engine hours, full canvas, $5,000. Leave mes- sage, (360) 427-6911. B5/6 HUGE YARD sale, collectibles. Friday, Saturday, Sunday. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Squaxin Tribe Senior Housing, Ka- milche area. Follow signs. New stuff every day. N5/6 CARSEAT/HIGHCHAIR $15. 2 boogie boards, $15. Street bike helmet, d}rt bike helmet, $60 each. Chest protec- tor, $40. 426-9346. L5/6 and entrances to the park. City staff members were di- rected to move forward with nego- tiations with Droll, the same firm that prepared the Kneeland Park Master Plan. The contract for the plan is not to exceed $10,000. • Heard the second and final reading of amendments to the city's Aquifer Recharge Areas Or- dinance. The amendments ad- dress three issues in which the Western Washington Growth Management Hearings Board found the city to be noncompliant with the state's Growth Manage- ment Act. • AWARDED THE bid for a cavity pump at the sewage treat- ment plant to Industrial Pump Sales of Seattle in the amount of $10,874.12. It was the lowest of two bids received, and was lower than the pTice of the pump the city bought last year. The new pump will replace the last of the plant's three original pumps. Belfair fest seeks vendors for late June Vendors from throughout Ma- son County are invited to seek space at Belfair's Summerfest, set for Saturday and Sunday, June 26 and 27, in Belfair. The new location this year will be on Clifton Lane, returning the festival to the downtown area of Belfair, say planners of the event. Space is $25. Those interested in participating can contact Don Cady at (360) 275-2868. Olympia Home Loan Center 510 Plum Street, Suite I 0 I P.O. Box 7647 879LCWA Olympta,WA 98507 Cheryl Langeland Senior Loan Rep. I'm an experienced home loan consultant who is committed to making the loan process as easy as possible. Serving clients like you has enabled me to be a member of the President's Club. Let's work together. Service excellence Is my goal. Give me a call phone 360.754.4294 fax 360.704.3680 toll free 800.468.3854 Washington Mutual N:r ) Programs subject at, ehanE¢ CertMn rcslriclions apply. Borrower I re.Approval subjrct to acceptable ouA ,oul*.o properly/appraisal Wc have t,an offices and accept applications in: Washington Mutual Bank. FA --- many LEOER star¢s; Washington Mutual Bank -- IO, OK, UT, WA; and Washington Mutual Bank {sb -- ID, MT, UT, Page 14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 6, 1999 IVVh at MASON GENERAL HOSPI Welcome to Our Februa.ry and March Babies! The staff and physicians at MGH want to welcome the following babies* born in February at MGH. Congratulations to the parents, siblings and grandparents! lain Eugene Dalziell Destiny Mac Albro Gavin Layne Francis Small Harry Franklin Rhodes III Sahaj Kirshan Bhimani Tiana Clairice Dunbar-Wiles Lacey Grace Stark Corban Patrick Phillips Kyle Thomas Kimball Kylie Marie Graham Destiny Rachel Fain February Cody Michael Bragg-McCord Carol Louise Renner Mackenzie Rae Castro Bo Andres Franklin Davis Charles Thomas Rogerson "Iajah Shineke Williams March Zachary Keith Sisson Saria Rayelle Johnson AubrieUe Eleanor Ledgerwood Chariti Lynne Shelton Sierra Marie Semanko Shane Michael Mazdzer Destini Dawn Hannah Trisan Jarod Harris Sierra E Anderson Dylan Matthew Woodall Tristan Avery Thomas Ashley Lynn McCartney Veronica Katie Castro Adin Matthew Welander Nicolas Hernandez Kierina Rose Spear P.S. If you would like one-on-one care, a pte birthing suite complete th Jacuzzi-type tubs, a birth plan, and the convenience of having your next baby at Mason General Hospital, we have several family practice physicians, an obstetrician, and a certified nurse-midwife on staff. CII our physician referral line, 427-9551, for the names and phone numbers. *More babies were born at Mason General Hospitai during this time. However, those listed are the ones we have permission to print. News:Brlefs... • All volunteers - no matter the age - at Mason General Hospital are asked tO circle,Wednesday, May S; 1999, on their calendar to attend MGH s annual "dolUn-r Recognition Party from 4 to 6 p.m. in the or Room. Cake and coffee will be serv(l. Service pins and:hours of recognition will be part ofe receptioh, • MGH's next Mended  Surt Group will meet at 2 p.m. on Thursd, May 20 1999, in MGH's, Ellinor Room... instead of the usti e of 7 p,m, MGH s pharmacist, Gene Miller,  Present information on cardiac medications and he will discuss the relationship of diet to medications. Deanna Walker, R.N., coordinator of the group, is encouraging everyone to come prepared with questions in regards to cardiac medications. Mended Hearts is for people who have had heart surgery, a heart attack or have heart disease. Its primary goal is to encourage and support patients and families during this time in their lives when they are dealing with major lifestyle changes - diet, exercise, stress management, and multiple other concerns. For more information, call Ellen Julius, R.N., at 426- 1611. • Dtitska J. Thurston, M.D., a board certified pediatrician, was recently granted membership to the active medical staff at Mason General Hospital and Shelton Pediatrics. She began seeing patients in March and joins Dale Dietzman, M.D., also a board certified pediatrician at Shelton Pediatrics. "With the addition of Dr. Thurston, Shelton Pediatrics will now have continuous coverage by a board certified pediatrician," commented Bob Appel, chief executive officer of MGH. Shelton Pediatrics is a part of the MGH system. III Mason General Hospital's total vattent _ admissions were up 6.5 percent in 1998, with 2,43u people being admitted for medical care. Also up were outpatient visits, 8.4 percent; emergency room visits, 4.1 percent; and births, 26.3 percent. "c "!t is very. encouraging to see our patient statistl._t continue to increase," commented Rene Youngs, elsie' financial officer at MGH. "We are finding that many people are truly satisfied with the medical care they . receive here and don't hesitate to come back when they need us again." More than 13,780 people were treated in MGH'S a emergency room in 1998, averaging around 38 visits day. Nearly 300 babies, 297 to be exact, were born a' MGH, once again a record number. "We are seeing more babies being delivered here _ every year as women realize they can get the same ca or better right here at home," added Ms. Youngs. Golf Tourney Set Save the date... Friday, JHne 25... for MGH's Foundation's F4fth.dmnll Golf Tournament to be held, at the Aldetbr00 k G! f jnd Yacht Club in Union. Battle:' + Machine Inc., who is a major sponsor of the event, is -'or sponsoring the prizes. KPS Health Plans is another maJ, su orter and Poulsbo R e a traVe| pp V has agreed to donat trailer as a hole-in-one prize. To play, be a volunteer, or a sponsor, call Terry Fernsler at 427-3622. / i ¸ Classes for May The following classes are provided for staff and hospital employees: MGH In edl¢l • For the past i 5 months, a hospital-wide team • Safety Education = • Clinical Competency Skills Development -'e at MGH has been studying, ,, • Acute Thrombotic Stroke- New Therapy str ategi changes to ensure that MGH is .... : ........ ....... and:Considerations end of October 1999. 'qNe are right on schedule," Pediatric Update: Eating Disorders in Children chief financial officer at MGH and:airperson of the '::0 BCLS / CPR Certification of Hospital Staff -,-C¢ • Charting Update and Hospital Orientation - Sl team. "We have taken a proactivoapproach to ensure that all of our mission,ntt systems wiD operate Nursing School Students smoothly and without tntelvaptioia through the century " Advanc Resuscitation Skills date change." : • .... - Formulating Biness Plan in the Health care The priority of the Y2K team was ....... Setting (Pending) mission-essential systelnsd I • Human Immunosuppressive Virus Testing and implementing a critical time frame for failure, "In could fail prior to the future, for example,  .... year cycle," added Ms .... "We are very confident systems," said Ms. Yo to have a contin. - filled with a lot were unintentionally .... • Mason General ital's Physical and in :we will still plan some areas Counseling Certification • Age-Specific Clinical Competency Development • Code Blue Skills • Medical Terminology • Drug Formulary Update • Glucometer Competency • Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification • Pediatric Advanced Life Support Certification Home Safety Community Course: fit, • CPR/BCLS - Thursday, May 13; 9 a.m. to 2 P' ' MGWs Ellinor Room; FREE, call early to register' Occupational Therapy Department has hired three new employees. Vikki Alexander, an occupational _ .., therapist with almost 20 years of experience, specializes Tom DiDonna, R.N., at 427-3609 for more inforrnati°' in geriatric, pediatric, outpatient clinics, home health and hospital departments. Andrea Mohrle, a 1997 graduate of Pacific University in Oregon, is a physical therapist. She has worked as a traveling physical therapist at various locations in Pennsylvania, Virginia and North Carolina. Her experiences include geriatrics, pediatrics, outpatient clinics and hospital departments. Completing the new appointments is Julia Weeks, physical therapy technician. Congratulations... to Jane Fassio, environmental services, for being selected Employee of the Month for MaY' Our Mission Statement We take every possible action to protect and promote the health of the people in Mason County while extending respect and compassion as we serve each individual. Qualily " .... General 901 Mr. View Drive, Building #I, She/ton, WA 98584 North Mason Medical Clinic in Belfair is affiliated with MGfL Visiting Hours: 8:00 am to 8:30 p.m. Visit our Internet home page at www.pugetsoundwa.net/MGH/ +own horn Hospital