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A-6 Wednesday, October 20, 2021 The Press-Dispatch Thank You The Right to Life Organizations would like to say a "Special Thank You" to all those individuals who helped to make the Right to Life Banquet another big success. To those who helped to sell the ads, sell tickets, those who helped at the Banquet, those businesses who bought ads in the Banquet Book, and to anyone else who helped in any way, we say Thank You! Also, if you picked up a donation card at the Ban- quet, it is not too late to send in your donation to the address below. Daviess Co.& Pike Co. Right to Life P.O. Box 41 Washington, IN 47501 Your Support Is Greatly Appreciated! Louis Kavanaugh, Jr., & Van McAtee Martin Co. Right to Life P.O. Box 11 Loogootee, IN 47553 Monday 8-7 • Tuesday 8-noon • Wednesday 10-7 • Thursday & Friday 8-5 eye exams • dry eye solutions prescription lenses • eye disease treatment Call to book your appointment today for safe in-offi ce treatment. Don't Neglect Your Eye Health. We're Open to See You Now! Dr. Clint Shoultz 715 S. 9th St., Petersburg 812-354-9400 Locally Owned and Operated Bailey selected as Homecoming candidate at Franklin College Quindely Bailey was selected as a Homecoming candidate this Saturday at Franklin College. Quin is a senior at Franklin College, majoring in Ele- mentary Education. She participates in the Frank- lin College Riley Dance Marathon for kids, is the current FCDM President and also is a swimmer for the Grizzlies swim team. Quin is a 2018 graduate of Pike Central High School, where she participat- ed in both swimming and the Riley Dance mara- thon. She is the daughter of Chris and Ketina Bai- ley, of Alford. Harrison Twins sponsored by the Winslow Lions Club The Lions Club of Winslow sponsored two students, Al- lie Harrison and Abbie Harri- son, for their band trip to Orlan- do. The Pike Central marching band takes a trip every four years to Orlando, Fla. While there, the band will perform at Universal Studios, as well as spend time in the park and venture over to Cocoa Beach for a day. They will leave for the trip Sunday, March 20 and return on Friday, March 25, being gone during Pike Cen- tral's Spring Break. Pictured are (l to r): Allie Harrison, Abbie Harrison, Lions Club president Leroy Balbach, Mike Gamble, Lu- cy Gamble and Scott Arnold. Right: Leroy Balbach, Winslow Lions Club president, presented a lapel pin, check and Lions Club literature to Allie Harrison (left) and Abby Harrison (right) for their band trip to Orlando, Fla., in March 2022. By Health Sciences One ing rect eating. packaged made is high still budget Many that en know that beef is about net edition Web, Smartphone, Tablet 812-354-8500 • 820 Poplar St., Petersburg, IN • ads@ Purdue Alpha Delta Chapter met October 5 The Alpha Delta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Soci- ety International met October 5, via ZOOM. The hostesses were the Barr-Reeve teachers and retirees. Eighteen mem- bers were in attendance. Pres- ident Joan Weathers opened the meeting. President Weathers attend- ed the state convention on June 12 and took a gift basket for the silent auction. Weath- ers also attended the state board meeting on September 10. Julie Parr's poster "Coping with Covid" was displayed at the state board meeting. The corresponding secre- tary, Julie Parr, agreed to al- so assume the recording sec- retary position to fulfill the va- cancy for this biennium. Stephanie O'Brian treated members with a program on the many kinds of flutes. She recapped the history of flutes, presented information on the many kinds of flutes, along with pictures of them. O'Brian also demonstrated the differ- ent sounds by playing a short piece on the piccolo, flute, al- to flute, and bass flute. The next meeting will be December 7, with N. E. Du- bois teachers and retirees as hostesses. Meeting place/ style will be determined clos- er to that date. Eisenhut named volunteer of the year at Memorial Hospital Sue Eisenhut has been named the 2020 Little Com- pany of Mary (LCM) Vol- unteer of the Year award recipient at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center. The 2020 award announce- ment, which is normal- ly presented during Na- tional Volun- teer Week each April, was delayed due to the Covid pan- demic. This award is named in honor of the Little Company of Mary Sisters - USA, the sponsors of Me- morial Hospital. Sue is the fourth recipient for this an- nual award that is based on outstanding performance reflecting Memorial Hospi- tal's mission statement and the core values of Respect for Human Dignity, Compas- sionate Caring, Stewardship, Quality and Justice. Other nominees for the 2020 award included Clara Fromme, Ed Kreilein, Flo Martin, Den- nis Neukam, Pam Nigg, Ma- rie Patton, Ann Rasche, Lar- ry Rasche, Alan Small, Lar- ry Wheatley, and Jim Woeb- kenberg. Eisenhut grew up in Ot- well as the only child of Ed- gar and Ruth Davis. She mar- ried Don Eisenhut on August 25, 1962. He passed away in August 1981. Eisenhut was a childcare provider for over 40 years and thoroughly enjoyed be- ing around children and tak- ing care of them. She vol- unteered for the Ameri- can Red Cross in the office, and helped with blood drives, Tri- Cap, and the American Cancer Soci- ety. In 2004, she started volunteer- ing at Me- morial Hos- pital in the Lange-Fuhs Cancer Cen- ter library. She knew she want- ed to make a difference in people's lives. Eisen- hut had a lot of family and friends in the hospital that she would sit with, and she found this to be gratifying. Mabel Schitter, a neigh- bor of Eisenhut's, saw her at the Cancer Center and asked her if she would be interested in working at the front desk. Eisenhut was not sure she could handle that job, but af- ter great training from volun- teer, Maggy Clark, Eisenhut has been there ever since. Eisenhut loves to make a difference in people's lives whether it be crack- ing a joke, talking about the weather, or just any- thing to make patients and family feel more comfort- able at the hospital. Her day is made when she can make just one person smile or laugh. She loves volun- teering at the hospital, and can't imagine a life without it. She is the mother of Kev- in Eisenhut, Sherry Soll- man, and Stacey Wessel and the grandmother of six, and great-grandmother of six with another on the way. Sue Eisenhut Ziegler joins Emergency Dept. at Memorial Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center announce the addition of Family Nurse Practitioner Cassey Ziegler to the staff of Memorial Hospi- tal's Emergency Department. Family nurse practitioners are advanced practice reg- istered nurses who are edu- cated and trained to provide health promotion and main- tenance through the diagno- sis and treatment of acute ill- ness as well as chronic health conditions. Family nurse practitioners order diagnostic tests and medical treatments, includ- ing prescribing medications. Ziegler received her mas- ter's in nursing from Univer- sity of Southern Indiana in Evansville, and her bache- lor's in nursing from Indiana University. She is board certified and a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practi - tioners. She has eight years of nursing experience. Ziegler is a graduate of Jasper High School. Cassey Ziegler, NP Pregnant... or think you are? Call:1-877-257-1084 or Locally Call: 1-812-354-2814 • Free pregnancy testing • Free counseling and info. on pregnancy options. • Confi dential counseling for women & men who are suff ering from post-abortion syndrome. • Residential Care • Health and assistance referrals. • Training and education. • Assistance in getting baby and maternity clothes

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