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12A-Sunday, Nov. 2, 2003 e lr; men's ea BY ELLEN ROBINSON l!ll Herald-Leader "It won't be all sad Sidney Health Center Hospice will host its first Men's Mend- and gloom. Sharing A-Heart Retreat from 5:30-10 experiences helps; p.m. Thursday at the St. there will be lots of Matthew School in Sidney. The event is free. laughter and good The event is open to all men things." who have suffered a loss. The - Katie Pust evening will start with a nice sup- , .......... per lollowed by several male ways," Pust said. "Basic grief is speakers sharing their grief expe- universal and inherent to every- riences and coping mechanisms, one." "It won't be all sad and gloom. Pust encourages men not to be Sharing experiences helps: there afraid to use the resources pro- will be lots of laughter and good vided, things. It is a time to honor the "lf someone is just thinking one they lost," Katie Pust, hos- about it, I encourage them to pice bereavement counselor, said. come and check it out. Healing Rev. Ron Masters, one of the speakers, lost three children, happens from sharing, the group provides what they need for His wife spoke at the Women's each other," Pust said. Mend-A-Heart. The other The children's Mend-A-Heart speakers will be Dusty Jurgens camp has grown over the past and Joe Steinbeisser. "1 am really excited to include year. "Once we had the children's the men's Mend-A-Heart, it is camp, we added the women's time. Everyone is affected by Mend-A-Heart. That has been grief and it is an individual successful for four or five years, process. We encourage people so it is time to have something to grieve, however they feel like tbr the men," Pust said. expressing it. It is different for The men's Mend-A-Heart will everyone, and everyone is hopefully be an annual event, affected by grief in individual Pust said. from page 1 and we are serious when we Frank also enjoys keeping a work," Frank said. neat house. Frank enjoys the hard work. "I do house work when I have "I like being busy. The job is free time," Frank said. easy and we are busy all the Frank also enjoys walks in the time. That is the best part about summer. the job," Frank said. "1 like to go for walks. Sum- In her free time, Frank enjoys mer is nice for walks. I like to watching television and listen- walk over to Pamida and Hard- ing to music. Her favorite type ee's. Hardee's is my favorite of music is rock and roll. restaurant because I can walk "I listen to rock and roll, noth- there," Frank said. ing else. I like the radio station She also enjoys cooking. for news. "NSYNC" is my "I like baking sweets," Frank favorite CD. I like all of them. said. They are cute," Frank said. • Fair • Objective • Community minded I would appreciate your vote on Tuesday. Tyler Radke for Alderman Ward III Paid for by Tyler Radke. 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