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SIDNEY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 A$ IL DONATION PHOTO BY MELISSA MARKWORDT Ryan Laqua and Michael Fink recently donated $4,560 collected from their annual athlete physicals to the athletic department at Sidney High School. Pictured are, from left, Marilyn Usselman, Beth Mindt, Ryan Laqua, Danny Coryell, Chris Lee and Mike Fink. e e Glendive Medical Center Rural Health Clinic also received two awards in Exem- plary Performance in Health Care Trans- formation for Gabert Clinic and Glendive Medical Center. GMC started working with the National Rural Ac- countable Care Con- sortium (NRACC) in 2017 to assist with pre- paring the clinic and organization for Medi- care's new policies of payment based upon quality of care. The core team that worked on these initiatives were Jill Domek, vice president of clinical services; MJ Marx, di- rector of quality; Cas- sie Arndt, informatics; and Angela Isaacson, director of nursing in the clinic. From this work, the new popula- tion health nurse man- ager position was creat- ed to assist with Medi- care annual wellness visits and chronic care management. NRACC had several measurements to as- sist staff on becoming an exemplary practice, some of these measure- ments included poli- cies, staffing, studying workflows of the staff, and quality measures of care. GMC was chosen for these awards based on evidence and acknowl- edgement of the work they have achieved since inception. "This is a testament to the commitment of our employees in con- tinually seeking new opportunities to pro- vide a reliable, safe, and positive environ- ment for patients and staff," stated Parker Powell, CEO. Northeastern Arts Network is pleased to present the 2019-20 Big Sky Concert Se- ries to the communi- ty. This year's series features live theatre and a kaleidoscope of musical entertain- ment as part of this art organization's on- going commitment to provide quality enter- tainment to the com- rh nity with a variety of shows that will ap- peal to every age and interest. The first perfor- mance of the season kicks off with Mon- tana Repertory The- atre's presentation of "Love that Dog." In this one-person play adapted from the book by Sharon Creech, a young Stu- dent ruminates on the confusing, pointless nature of poetry and the complete impos- sibility of a person writing their own poems. But, slowly, over the course of this 50-minute play, a young poet emerg- es with the help of a teacher, a pencil, some yellow paper, and, of course, a dog. The performance is Thursday, Sept. 12. On Thursday, Oct. 3, enjoy the music of the Rhythm & Ram- ble Quartet. Rhythm and Ramble is a jazz combo band based in Bozeman. featur- ing Colby Tinsley (clarinet) and Tyler de Caussin (guitar). This acoustic swing band founded upon a shared passion for pre-war American Jazz.::" On Nov. 7, don't miss the perfor- mance by the Den- nis Stroughmatt et L'Esprit Creole Trio. Passionate ambassa- dors of Creole music and traditions, ex- panding interest and Accepting the Certificate for Exemplary Performance in Health Care Transformation ~ excitement in a re- for Glendive Medical Center are, from left, MJ Marx -- RN, director of quality; Jill gion that has been ig- Domek-- RN, vice president of clinical services; Angela Isaacson -- RN, director of nored by the history nursing atGabert Clinic. . books. This medley r li owens Cornlng Fnulneral Skilled.Nursing - Duration Shingles I 'ermurl = Canc I --- -k I > UniversalUfe I iii iiii :i ii ::iiiii iii,i:ii:i,i i:,ii,: i::i,i, I --- = SI;iortTermDisability I I] il / i lii = / i ~ ~ I:~ i -J ~ ,~ ;:l~i :~ii~S~:;, ~ -,- z:4m su as] Sid Oe,-4 S-SOZ= .b .cm I Fax (,oo J Rhythm and Ramble Quartet is a jazz combo band based in Bozeman and perform at the MonDak Heritage Center on Thursday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. of music, language, stories, and culture secreted away in the Missouri and south- ern Illinois Ozarks now has a voice in the tapestry of this world. With the blessing of the Creole people of the Midwest, Dennis Stroughmatt et l'Es- prit Creole work to expand interest and excitement in a re- gion that has been, in many ways, forgotten by the march of time. Through the work of Dennis Stroughmatt et L'Esprit Creole, the music and culture of "Old Upper Louisi- ana" is in good hands. The Seffarine Trio joins the series on Feb. 6, 2020. Led by Moroccan singer La- mlae Naki and oud player/flamenco guitarist Nat Hul- skamp. Repertoire varies from classical Arabic and Andalu- sian music to orig- inal :do p s'it io h S' influenced by music of widelY cul- tures, such as Span- ish flamenco, classi- cal Persian music and American jazz. A popular Celtic all girl trio, The Gothard Sisters closes the se- ries March 26. The Gothard Sisters are a dynamic musical group of three sisters who play contempo- rary Celtic music. Blending Celtic, folk, classical, world and northwest musical influences, the Go- thard Sisters bring songs to life wifh vi- olin, acoustic guitar, mandolin, bodhran, djembe, octave vio- lin, whistle and vocal harmonies, creating music that is "vivid, inspirational and captivating." All concerts are held at the MonDak Heritage Center at 7 p.m except for The Go- thard Sisters, which will be held at the Sid- ney Middle School au- ditorium. Season tick- ets can be purchased at the door: adults $50, senior $45 and studeats'$3 : For iid: difional concert infoi'- mati6 c0fltact' Cafitiy' Markwald 406-488- 4155, Jill Hill 406-489- 4304, or Leann Pelvit at 433-3500. i ~:~:' ! . ~@~ .;,~. ' ~ ~D ~ ' ~: : i :: ~ ': Raymond Family Community Center 2.;00' 5'00 PM Job Service North Dakota ~ Western Region'Economic Development i 660 AM KEYZ News Radio McKenzie County Job Development Authority ~i i "*(