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Thursday, July 31,2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-9 HEALTH BRIEFS Learn to be first at upcoming responder A class on first aid, CPR and automated external defibrillators is offered by Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 11 in the hospital's Learning Center, next to the Shelton McDonald's on Olympic Highway North. Students will learn to be a safety asset in the workplace and elsewhere as they learn the basics of being first responders in a medical emergency. A course completion card is awarded at the end of the session. The cost is $35 in exact cash or check, and includes the b6ok and the course materials. The deadline to register is Sept. 1 by calling the Learning Center at 427-3609. Comfortable clothing is recommended. A Spanish- speaking interpreter is available upon request. Clinics from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 16 and 17 in the Pershing and Elliner meeting rooms at Mason General Hospital, 901 Mountain View Drive, Shel- ton. The class, conducted by Mason General Hospital employees, includes information about medications, proper meal planning, exercise, prevention and treat- ment of complications, stress management, living well and engaging support people and a health care team. Relatives and significant others are also invit- ed to attend the class. There is a fee for the class, but diabetes educa- tion is a covered service by most insurance plans. To register, call Sue Barwick at 426-1611, ext. 28941, or from Allyn, 275-8614, ext. 28941. Seminar focuses on preventing strokes Otorowski joins Hoodsport Family Clinic Hilary Otorowski, a board-certified family nurse practitioner, has joined the staff at the Hoodsport Family Clinic, part of the Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics. The Bainbridge Island native earned her Bach- elor of Science degree in physiology and neuroscience from the University of California in San Diego, and her master's degree in nursing from the family nurse practitioner program Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, California, this year. Otorowski's special interests are in preventative care, chronic disease management and rural health care. Compiled by reporter Gordon Weeks A free seminar on stroke prevention is presented Hosnital offers two-day from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 17 in the Pershing meeting lm ~PmJ room at Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics, diabetes management class 901 Mountain View Drive, Shelton. The featured speaker is Fawn Ross, a stroke/ telestroke coordinator at Providence St. Peter Hos- A two-day course on diabetes management is pital in Olympia. To register, call Sabrina Nelson at offered by Mason General Hospital & Family of 432-7725 or email snelson@masongeneral.com. Republican women to host forum in park Friday Six candidates expected to speak at upcoming meeting STAFF REPORT news@masoncounty, corn The Mason County Republican Women's club has scheduled a picnic with Republic candidates for 11:30 a.m. Friday at Knee-2, Marty McClendon for U.S. land Park. Representative in the 6th Con- Republican candidates slat- gressional District and Joyce ed to attend the picnic include McDonald for U.S. Representa- Travis Couture, running for tire in the 10th Congressional state Senate in the 35th Dis- District. trict, Dan Griffey and Josiah The event is open to the pub- Rowell, both running for state lic. House Representative, Posi- All candidates will be on the tion 1, Drew MacEwen for state ballot in the Aug. 5 primary House Representative, Position election. We Amso I"='I8'' Hw'3~'"'n "~l i :(360) 275-0405 SEPTEMBER 5-7 2014 IRENE S. REED AND SHELTON HIGH CLASSES FROM 1940-1979 Purchase tickets online at www.sheltonhigh,com Or use the mail in form below Questions please email treasurer@sheltonhigh.com $75 per person includes all 3 days of entry: Your check/envelope must be post marked no later than AUGUST 22, 2014 PRINT Name (your name): Class Year: __ If you are purchasing ONE ticket for your guest: Guest's name: If guest is also a classmate please include their class year I will be attending the FIRST NIGHT - Sept 5, 2014 - Eagles Event Yes No __ # Attending~ I will be attending the SUPER REUNION GALA - Sept 6, 2014 at the Little Creek Resort Event Center Yes No # Attending__ I will be attending the Sunday Picnic - Sept 7, 2014 Yes No # Attending__ " I would like to donate to the hardship fund. You may donate anything beginning at $1.00 please add-it to your payment. This will be a confidential hardship fund established for anyone who would like to come but cannot afford to. All information is kept confidential. Yes No Amount $__ Deadline for registering is August 22, 2014. Please register early to guarantee your admission as we are limited to the number of people attending. Total Check Amount $ (Total of Tickets + Hardship Donation) Make Checks/MO payable to : SHELTON SUPER REUNION MAIL CHECKS TO: Shelton Super Reunion C/O - Kim Schley P.O BOX 608 Rainier, Wa. 98576 '1 I You Have a Choice for Your District 1/3 Commissioner! Please WRITE IN By Tuesday August 5th Paid for by Committee to Elect Ross Gallagher 240 S. 7th, Shelton WA 98584 rossgallagher@gmail.com Democrat