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Page 4 - Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010 Vega Wins Party After Prom's Giant Christmas Stocking Rosle Vega was the winner of the giant Christmas stocking drawing heid by the 8tsnton County Party After Prom Committee. The stocking was filled with toys and games. The fund raiser held during the Christmas season was given away on December 23. Rosle is an employee at Memorial LMng Center. She Is pictured with 3 of her grandchildren which she planned to share the stocking with. purchase of the Dell Com- puter and Pelican computer case for $199.99. Mr. Lorenson also informed the Board the heating unit in the Landfill shop needs repaired. After some discussion it was decided to inquire about a new forced air heating unit. Airport Manager Luke Gerard met with the Board to discuss issues concerning his department. Chairman Smith signed Supplemental Agree- ment #3 for Construction Ser- vices associated with Runway 17-35. The Board looked at several job applications for the Nox- ious Weed Director. They will interview 3 prospective can- didates at their February 16 meeting. The Board signed the Annual Noxious Weed Eradication Progress Report 2009. Chairman Smith signed the contract with High Plains Pro- vider Inc. for patient services for Stanton County Family Practice for an undetermined amount of time. Chairman Smith signed the Southwest Regionai Juvenil.e Detention for Gary Barton to continue on the Advisory Board. Stanton County Library Board presented minutes of their December 9 meeting. Stanton County Airport pre- sented minutes of their Janu- ary 28 meeting. Area Mental Health pre- sented minutes of their Octo- ber 10 meeting. There being no further busi- ness to come before the Board, Chairman Smith ad- journed the meeting at 4:30 p.m. (First published in The Johnson Pioneer, Thursdey, February 25. 2010) 1T 8TANTON COUNTY ELECTION NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that public testing of voting equipment will be at the Stanton Clerk's Office, February 26, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. Signed this 17th day of February, 2010. Sandy Barton Stenton County Election Officer on 2217 W. Jones Frontage Road Garden City, KS 67846 Cunit oumrv, F' TIWi ] --inm k'lIllllz~i 111171 ;~ I llll~,j For Real Pain Therapy... Thera.Gesic* Pain Cream It Really Works...Compare and SAVE, I "llllll II ' I " ' - J ' 1,800 Kansans qualify for additional savings on Medicare. Do you or you,r loved ones? Find out by contacting the Area Agency on Aging learest you, toll-free, at KAN~;A~ 1-866-457-2364 ASS(XJ,A Th:)N Ill THE JOHNSON PIONEER Stanton County Health Care Facility Releases Stanton County Health fered amotionto approve the Care Facility Board of credentialing. A1 seconded Trustees Regular Board the motion. Motion carried. Meeting - January 22, 2010 A new CAH/LTCU policy CALL TO ORDER: The was presented. The policy Board of Trustees of the was reviewed. Joeloffered a Stanton County Health Care motion to accept the updated Facility held a Regular Board policy. A1 seconded the mo- session at 9:00 A.M. FINANCIAL REPORT: Stats and 96 Hour Log re- viewed. December checks and November and December financials were presented and reviewed by the Board. A1 of- fered a motion to accept the JOHNSON, KS 67855 Board Minutes reports as presented. Joel sec- onded the motion. Motion car- ried. ADJOURNMENT: With there being no further busi- ness to discuss, Chairperson Julie Edmisson declared the Board Meeting adjourned at Meeting on Friday, January 22, 2010, at 8:00 A.M. in the In-Service Room at the Stanton County Health Care Facility in Johnson, Kansas. Chairperson Julie Edmisson called the meeting to order at 8:35 A.M. ATI'ENDANCE: Attending the meeting were Julie Edmis- son, Chairperson; Joel Nicho- las, Secretary; AI Coiling- wood, Treasurer; Shae Veach, Administrator; Dr. Troup, Chief of Staff; Marianne Mills, LTCU D.O.N.; Pam Twilleger, D.O.N.; Shari Lo- gan, ARNP.; Barbara Ander- son, CFO; Peggy Carrithers, Risk Manager; and Camille Davidson, Human Resources. REVIEW/APPROVAL OF AGENDA: The Agenda was reviewed. A1 offered a motion to accept the agenda as pre- sented but table new and old business due to lack of quo- rum. Joel seconded the mo- tion, Motion carried. REVIEW/APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MINUTES (12/ 18/09): The minutes of the December 18, 2009 Regular Board Meeting were re- viewed. Joel offered a motion to accept the minutes as pre- sented. AI seconded the mo- tion. Motion carried. MEDICAL STAFF RE. PORT: Dr. Bill reported that the hospital has been very busy. LeRoy Shugart, P,A. will be covering at the clinic until a replacement for Dr. Bradshaw is hired. QAJQUIC reports were pre- sented for December. A1 of. fered a motion to approve the reports. Joel Seconded the motion. Motion carried. Credentialing for Jacob Harris was presented. Joel of- tion. Motion carried. EXECUTIVE SESSION: Joel offered a motion to move into executive session for 10 (ten) minutes at 8:50 A.M to discuss personnel. AI sec- onded the motion. Motion carried. No motions offered and no action taken, session ending at 9:00A.M. Board returned to regular 9:15 A.M. Essay Contest Offered For Scholarship The Southwest Kansas Bar Association is sponsoring its annual scholarship essay con- test for all qualified seniors at- tending a high school in the twenty-nine county area served by the Association. The essay must be on the subject of the American Bar /t,,. .... :,,,