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Concordia Lutheran Church’s cancer support group will meet from 7 to 8 p.m. Feb. 28 in the downstairs fellowship hall.
All who attend this meeting will receive a free copy of the book “Conquering Cancer Through Faith in Christ” written by the Rev. Lyle Kath (a cancer survivor). The meeting is open to the public.
Help for Hope and Healing, Jamestown’s Cancer Support Network, will have its next monthly cancer support group at 7 p.m. Monday at the Otter Tail Power Community Room, 315 Second St. S.E., (enter the east doors). The speaker will be Vi Deilke from the Centre for Hair and Wellness in Moorhead, Minn.
Help for Hope and Healing, Jamestown’s Cancer Support Network, hosts a monthly Cancer Support Group. The next group will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Jamestown. Those who are attending should enter the north door.
The speaker will be Tom Boerger, a cancer survivor, who will talk about his cancer journey and adjusting to the roll of cancer survivor. Those attending can share their own experience of dealing with cancer and visit informally with others, if they feel comfortable doing so.
Help for Hope and Healing, Jamestown’s Cancer Support Network, hosts a monthly Cancer Support Group. The next group will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Jamestown, enter the north door.
The speaker will be attorney Tim Ottmar, who will discuss legal concerns that may arise while dealing with cancer. Those attending can share their own experience of dealing with cancer, if they feel comfortable doing so. Participants will have time to visit with others informally if they choose to do so.
Help for Hope and Healing, Jamestown’s Cancer Support Network, will be hosting a monthly Cancer Support Group. The first group will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Jamestown. The speaker will be Tracy Johnk, social worker at Jamestown Hospital, who will address the topic of navigating the medical system when you have been diagnosed with cancer. Those attending can share their own experiences of dealing with cancer, if they feel comfortable doing so. Participants will have time to visit with others informally if they chose.
We met Joe Gonzalez at a golf outing for wounded veterans last summer. Outside, he seemed in good shape, trim and tanned as he swatted balls off a practice tee. His calf muscle rippled under a large tattoo of a red Superman symbol.
Beginning Experience of Jamestown is a support group for widowed, divorced or separated individuals.
The club will be offering a 10-week course starting on Thursday at Trinity Lutheran Church, 523 Fourth Ave. S.E. Registration is at 7 p.m. and classes begin at 7:30 p.m.
For more information, contanct Jay at 252-0525 or Doug at 984-2686.
Help for Hope and Healing, Jamestown’s cancer support network, is hosting a program titled “The Emotions of Cancer” for cancer patients and their families at 7 p.m. today in the Otter Tail Power Community Room, 315 Second St. S.E. The program was originally scheduled for March 10 but was rescheduled because of the weather.
The American Red Cross announced Tuesday a toll-free information and support hotline as part of its continuing effort to provide assistance to victims of the North Dakota and Minnesota floods. The numbers are:
1-866 GET-INFO (1-866-438-4636);
TDD – 1-800-526-1417
The Northern Prairie Huntington’s Disease Advocates group recently formed to identify at-risk families and provide education to individuals, medial personnel and lawmakers on their roles in fighting this disease. This is just the beginning to help North Dakotans to understand this complex disease.
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