What is this?
Optical character recognition (OCR) is an automated process that converts a digital image containing numbers and letters into computer-readable numbers and letters. The search engine used on this web site searches OCR-generated text for the word or phrase you are looking for. Please note that OCR is not 100 percent accurate. If the original image is blurry, has extraneous marks, or contains ornate font styles or very small text, the OCR process will produce nonsense characters, extraneous spaces, and other errors, such as those you may see on this page. In addition, the OCR process cannot interpret images and may ignore them or render them as strings of nonsense characters. Despite these drawbacks, OCR remains a powerful tool for making newspaper pages accessible by searching.
Sr. 35 ïÿ Page A-2 - Dillon T ribune - Wednesday. September 24, 1997 About people and places P U A F u n d a y * ^ v> vm w\ By Paul Stewart Pony rides, and cake walks, dancing and face painting, duck- dunking, marble-shooting, cookie-eating, and sawdust rummag ing were only a few of the many activities, and games on offer at the Parkview Acres Care and Rehabilitation Center Carnival and Funday, held last Friday. The event was timed to coincide with National Rehabilitation Week, which took place between September 14 and 20. According Kitty Griffin, Director of Rehab at the Center, the week is a way to recognize the efforts of the people who both work in or who benefit from the various forms of rehabilitation therapy. She explained that the emphasis this year was on the Park- view Acres’ Pediatric Program. Information was available on all of the Center’s kid-related services, including child development, screening, and occupational, physical and speech therapy. “It’s also a nice way for the community to be informed of what we can offer here in the way of therapists and the variety of services,” said Griffin. Currently she explained, the Center has 14 licensed therapists and three rehab aids. \We have grown quite a bit over the last four years,\ she said, citing the center’s external contracts with Homehealth, Barrett Hospital, the nursing home in Sheridan and the schools system. Also in attendance Friday was Dorothy Dettart, Director of Occupational Therapy. She brought along some friends, includ ing Obe Wan Kenobe, the Llama, a large black sheep, and an outrageously friendly pair of goats. She explained that she is currently trying to train the Obe and the others to come into the facility. “It’s so therapeutic for people to be able to touch these gentle creatures,” she said. The animals are so accepting, and are blind to disability and age. They are good ambassadors.” C A R N I V A L O b e S ^ am id e 's PTA. JoV Wood tries her hand at face painting while Cindy Ricks, 11, provides the canvas. The sunny fall day provided the perfect WOrti f flvant J atmosphere for the budding artist. ..... . ., . Two year old, Cheyanne Pentze watches as a PVA helper explains Seven year old, Lucas Phelan, enjoyed showing off his own facial \Sam\ was one of the many friendly animals who participated in ; the rules of the game. insignia. PVA's Funday and Carnival. Bad News. Good News. The bad news is that Dr. Beever is gone. The good news is that Dawna Lynn Wells, PAC and Pat Garrick, FNP, will be working with me in the office to accommodate all of your medical needs. Should you wish to transfer to another physi cian we will be happy to make your records available. Please call our office at 683-4252. P'uP/ w rjt MD Does the Colonel have YOUR Number??? m u m KFC* This w e e k ’s 25% o f f w in n e rs a r e 5.1, 3 4 2 6 2793, 2 7 4 2 , 2 5 0 6 , 1 0 1 0 2365. 2 2 4 , 2 1 7 3 , 5 8 5 Your lucky number can be found on the KFC Menu inserted In the June 18 issue of Dillon Tribune The w in n e r o f the 8 p ie c e fa m ily m e a l is #1516 The W in n ers a re a s k e d to bring in their w in n in g menu to claim the prize. } L We thank the people o f Beaverhead and Madison Counties fo r their patronage. TWISTERS H/WEARRiVED! Try our now Chicken in torHUn Roll-Up! ANNOUNCING! ESL(English as a Second Language) at Western For adults who wish to improve their language skills for speaking, reading and writing English. Mondays & Wednesdays • 7-8:30 pm Beginning October 6 Main Hall 306 Instructor: Mr. Clarence Kostelecky No Charge! K -r _. _c -— - For addtional information, contact the | r s Outreach Division at Western at 683-7537 \ f i 5 f(\ ^ ' o : - — — — _ ____ o - r r _ * f L ^ T i j S / j : k >. ( 'iU lz l