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Tyler Tribute - Page 6 Wednesday, October 18, 2017 The Minnesota River Plans runs from Oct. 15 to tance Program (SHIP) for Area Agency on Aging, Dec. 7. During this time, Minnesota and is the place Inc. will once again be you can enroll in a plan to call for Medicare and assisting Medicare ben- if you did not previously health insurance issues. eficiaries with their 2018 enroll or change to a new Call 1-800-333-2433 for Medicare plan research plan. Changes then be-assistance or go to www. and enrollment. Trained come effective on Jan. 1, MinnesotaHelp.info to volunteers will be avail- 2018. If you do not make chat live with a Senior able by appointment in changes by Dec, 7, in most LinkAge Line specialist. Ivanhoe at Ivanhoe Li- cases you will not be able Medicare Open Enroll- brary. To schedule an ap- to change plans again un- ment Assistance will be: pointment, call the Senior ti12019, lvanhoe--Friday, Oct. LinkAge Line at 1-800- If you have questions or 20, Ivanhoe Library, 401 333-2433. need further information, Harold Street, Ivanhoe Medicare beneficiaries contact the Senior Link- Marshall--Thursday, need to bring with them Age Line at 1-800-333- Nov. 2 and 16, Adult Cam- current insurance infor- 2433. The Senior LinkAge munity Center, 107 S. 4th mation, their Medicare Line is a free statewide St., Marshall card and their medica- service of the Minnesota Pipestone--Wednes- tions. Board on Aging and Area day, Nov. 8, Pipestone Am- The 2018 annual enroll- Agencies onAging. The Se- bulance Services, 811 5th ment period for Medicare nior LinkAge Line is the St. SE, Pipestone Prescription Drug Plans federally-designated State Visit our website at: and Medicare Advantage Health Insurance Assis- www.mnraaa.org The Minnesota Histori- the vote of Minnesotans Amongthe recipients in cal Society announces 36 on Nov. 4, 2008. The Leg- our area are: recipients of 37 Minneso- acy Amendment supportsLincoln County His- ta Historical and Cultural efforts to pro~erve Min- torical Society, Hendricks, Heritage Small Grants (up nesota land, water and$3,000 to install light- to $10,000 each), totaling legacy, including Minne- blocking shades on win- $280,924in 20 counties, sara history and cultural daws in three museum Small grants are award- heritage, buildings--to hire a quali- ed quarterly to help non- Minnesota Historical fied professional to install profit and educational or- and Cultural Heritage light-blocking shades on ganizations, government Small Grant Recipientsmuseum windows in or- units and tribal organiza- Recipients of small der to provide better stor- tions preserve and share grants ($10,000 and less) age and exhibit conditions Minnesota history. This from the July 2017 cycle for the artifacts. cycle of awards was ap- are listed in alphabetical Reclaim Community, proved by the MNHS Ex- order below. Each project Jasper, $10,000 for lasper ecutive Council on Sept. will preserve and enhance School National Regis- 12. Minnesota's cultural and ter nomination--to hire Minnesota Historical historical resources. All a qualified historian to and Cultural Heritage grants are competitivecomplete the nomination Grants are made possible and are awarded accord- to the National Register of by the Legacy Amend- ingto program guidelines Historic Places for Jasper ment's Arts and Cultural and criteria and profes- School. Heritage Fund through sionalstandards. giving cancer patients by blood with the Red Cross During Breast Cancer tion opportunities : states), weigh at least 110 Awareness Month, the Ivanhoe--Oct. 19, 1-7 pounds and are in general- American Red Cross en- p.m., VFW, 116 E. Saxon ly good health may be eli- courages eligible donors to Marshall--Oct. 18, 1-6gible to donate blood. High give blood to support can- p.m., Living Word Luther- school students and other cer patients and others, an Church, 800 E. South- donors 18years of age and According to the Ameri- view Court younger also have to meet can Cancer Society, nearly How to donate blood-- certain height and weight 1.7 million new cases of Simply download the requirements. cancer are expected in the American Red Cross Blood and platelet do- U.S. thisyear. Breast cancer Blood Donor App, visitnors can save time at their is the most common can- redcrossblood.org or call next donation by using cer among women, with 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800- RapidPass to complete nearly 253,000 women ex- 733-2767) to make an ap- their pre-donation read- pected to be diagnosed in pointment or for more in- ing and health history 2017. Cancer patients may formation. All blood types questionnaire online, on need blood products dur- are needed to ensure athe day of their donation, ing chemotherapy, surgery reliable supply for pa- from a computer or mobile or treatment for complica- tients. A blood donor card device. To get started and tions, or driver's license or two learn more, visit redcross- Donors ofall blood types other forms of identifica- blood.org/RapidPass and are needed to help ensure tion are required at check- follow the instructions on a sufficient supply for pa- in. Individuals who are the site. tients this fall. 17 years of age (16 with Upcoming blood dana- parental consent in some Visitors at Camden State and lower campground, the bridge abutments will Park can expect parts of The outdated bridges look consistent with many the parkto be closed tem- were deemed structur- of the park's structures porarily during upcoming ally deficient and will be that are made of stone," bridge construction proj- replaced with higher and said Camden State Park ects. longer bridges, eliminat- Manager Bill Dinesen. Work to replace three ing bottlenecks the old Those structures were bridges on Lyon Coun- bridges created duringbuilt in the 1930s by Vet- ty Road 83, which runs high water events along erans Conservation Carp through Camden State the Redwood River. workers. Park, is set to begin on The bridgeswillnotonlyThe three bridges slat- Monday, Oct. 9, and is improve safety and river ed for replacement were scheduled to be complete flows, but will also be aes- moved to Camden State before June 1, 2018. While thetically pleasing, fitting Park between 1986 and County Road 83 is closed in with the overall look of 1990, however the bridg- for construction, there will the park. es were used elsewhere be no access to the park's "The stone imprint de-when they were first built beach, north picnic area signs that are planned on in 1925 and 1931. RICH'S PLUMBING & HEATING 250 N. Tyler St., Tyler, MN 56178 507-247-5916 I Cell 507-829-2390 Licensed, bonded and insured. ~ License #057226-MR Learn more about radically reducing the chemicals used in your home. Norwex ++ O,an+.orre.n ndeoe.+, Sacs Co.+u+o, improving quality oflife 507-828-7580 I ridiane@frontiernet.net Southwest Tour and Travel Southwest Coaches, Inc. 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