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Business briefs for Oct. 17

October 17, 2011
Marshall Independent

Danielson appointed to Southwest Minnesota Workforce Council

Joan Danielson, Workforce Development Field Operations Area Manager in Southwest Minnesota, for the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, was recently appointed by the Southwest Minnesota Chief Elected Officials Board to serve as a public employment service representative on the Southwest Minnesota Workforce Council.

Jueneman receives MANA recognition

The Minnesota Association of Nurse Anesthetists has awarded Rick Jueneman, CRNA, for his Outstanding Professional Achievement for nearly two decades of continuous service to the association as an officer and as a mentor to student nurse anesthetists. CRNAs (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists) are advanced practice nurses who specialize in anesthesia care.

"At various times, Rick has served as MANA's president, vice president, and director of the political action committee for Minnesota's nurse anesthetists," said MANA board member Monique Bowersox, CRNA, MNA.

Jueneman received MANA's Outstanding Professional Achievement Award at the association's annual meeting on Oct. 7.

Canby resident appointed to Southwest Minnesota Workforce Council

Jeffrey Varcoe of Canby was recently appointed by the Southwest Minnesota Chief Elected Officials Board to serve as the Yellow Medicine County Private Sector Representative on the Southwest Minnesota Workforce Council. Varcoe is the vice president of food safety and quality at The Schwan Food Co. in Marshall.

The Workforce Council serves 14 counties in Southwest Minnesota. The Council has oversight of the WorkForce Centers in Montevideo, Marshall and Worthington.

Morning yoga, pain classes offered at Helping to Heal in Tracy

Charles Reinert, coordinator of programs at Helping To Heal Natural Therapies Clinic and Wellness in downtown Tracy, announced that a morning yoga class will be offered on Thursdays, beginning Thursday Nov. 3.

Class fee for Sunrise Yoga will be $7 for drop-ins, with a 10 session punch card available for $55.

The free MS/Arthritis Pain Workshop is Thursday at the Tracy clinic. The free chronic pain clinic will be at Twin Circles community center on Nov. 5. Eight healthcare providers trained in western medicine, animal medicine, eastern medicine and alternative medicine will lead conversations aimed toward reducing chronic pain.

Call 507-629 3900 for further information.

 
 

 

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