Char-Koosta (Dixon, Mont.) 1971-1985, August 07, 1984, Image 10

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P E O P L E , c o n c l u s i o n Lloyd Irvine, Jason Adam s and Malissa Vanderburg teachers brought in for the Institute The program is designed to help students develop the strong academic foundation and study skills vital to success in college health science courses. All participants stay in a dormitory on campus under the supervision of Indian counselor tutors. The summer program, now in its eleventh year, includes students primarily from the 22 Indian reservations in the INMED service area of North and South Dakota Montana Nebraska and Wyoming Students selected for the program have expressed an interest in health careers, and demon­ strated the academic potential to achieve in college Summer Institute also includes an eight-week college ses­ sion. and a fivew e e k Med Prep program for students pre­ paring for medical school. The 1NMED program operates through the LIND Scht)ol of Medicine. Along with the summer courses, INMED provides full- year academic, financial and personal support for Indian college and professional students at UND, many of whom participated in past Summer Institutes. INMED was created in 1973 to help remedy the severe shortage o f Indian health progressionals. An all- Indian board of Tribal delegates advises program staff and sets INMED policies. The advisory board member from Flathead Reser­ vation is Kevin Howlett For more information, contact INMED, UND School of Medicine, 501 N. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, North Dakota 58201. A n n i v e r s a r y p a r t y Thank you note A heartfelt thanks is extended to all the fine people who offered a kind word, a handshake, a card, a prayer, or whatever way they shared their hearts with us, at the loss of our Dad, Grandpa Great Grandpa Uncle, Brother, Lom ie Adams. From the fam ily ofL .R . Adam s Ravalli Cash Store and Trailer Court Ravalli, Montana Mr. & Mrs. Don Day 745-4554 The children of Laura and Joseph E. M atte cordially invite their friends and neighbors to help them celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house at the hom e of David and Carol Lipscomb, in St Ignatius, Montana, on August 11,1984, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. No gifts please August 7, 1984 BUFFALO PARK BAR R A V A L L I GEORGIA AND SONNY ARE RACK1. \ COUNTRY-WESTERN MUSIC ON _________ FRIDAY AND SA TURDAY NIGHTS _________ Page 10

Char-Koosta (Dixon, Mont.), 07 Aug. 1984, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn79007540/1984-08-07/ed-1/seq-10/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.