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O.lu $1.00 Thursday December 25, 2014 II The Official Newspaper of the City of Drayton and Drayton Public School Volume 34 - Number 52 sal Thursday December 18 was a busy day around Drayton for hol- iday happenings going on. In the back room of Hasting's Landing Dining there was a home drcor sale with all local vendors. This took place from 10 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. with all kinds of holiday deco- rations as well as decorations for all year round for sale there were even goodies for sale as well for those who don't like to bake. In the aftemoon'Koda Bank had their Christmas open house serv- ing cider and cookies from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. This always provides a time for those who attend a time to visit with one another. Later that afternoon there was 3ret another open house at Sterling Carpet One which recently opened up in the DEDCO building. They also served goodies at their open house as well starting at 5:00 p.m. Sterling Carpet One has many things to offer for those home remod- els, so stop out and see Jill or Hayley to see what they can help you with. Jen Wolnarowlcz from Jen's Breads was one of the vendors at the home decor sale VNV Photo by Lesa Van Camp A sample of the goodies that were waiting for the open house VNV Photo by Lesa Van Camp Some samples of some of the many products that are available at Sterling Carpet One Altru to Host Resolve Through Sharing® Bereavement Trainings in January Grand Forks, ND - Altru Health System will host a bereavement training conference, Resolve Through Sharing®, January 19-23, 2015, at the Alems Center in Grand Forks. Health care pro- fessionals can enhance their knowledge and skill while increasing personal awareness in the field of bereavement care. The conference includes three distinct Resolve Through Sharing® (RTS) Bereavement Trainings: • Perinatal Death (January 19-20) • Coordinator Training (January 21) • Pediatric and Adult Death (January 22-23) "Health care providers are trained to treat dis- ease and bring healing. Unfortunately, we don't do as good a job at teaching them to care for the dying or their family members," explains Penny Millspaugh, Altru's holistic care coordinator. "It's important that nurses, physicians, social workers, chaplains and other caregivers know what to do or say to support grieving families." To register, visit www.bereavementservices.org. Early bird discounts expire December 22, 2014. For more information about the conference sched- ule and lodging, see the conference brochure. About RTS Bereavement Training Established at Gundersen Health System, La Crosse, WI, RTS Bereavement Training has signi- fied quality interdisciplinary bereavement educa- tion since 1981. The curriculum reflects the latest in research, innovations in practice and updated systems. More than 35,000 health care profession- ~, als worldwide have attended the training. About Altru Health System i Altru Health System is a community-owned, in- tegrated system with an acute care hospital, a spe- cialty hospital, more than a dozen clinics in Grand Forks and the region, a large home care network, and a congregate living facility. It employs more than 200 physicians and 4,000 staff and has an annual net operating revenue of more than $450 million. As the first member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, Altru's providers have access to clinically integrated tools extending Mayo Clin- ic's knowledge and expertise to patients. i:::i!!!i!:ii:iiiii!!iiii!ili!:i:!ii:i!:iii:iS!¸ VNV Photo by Lesa Van Camp Some of the people who attended the Koda Bank another Please be advised of the early deadlines that are coming up for the holiday issues of Valley News & Views. The week of New Year's we will also print early and so the deadline will be 4 p.m. December 26, 2014. Please help out with following these deadlines open house taking time to visit with one VNV Photo by Lesa Van Camp to ensure that the newspaper gets done in a timely manner. Please be advised that during this time the edi- tor may spend some time working from home or take a little extra time away from the office to al- low for time to be spent with family.