The Sleepy Eye Medical Center annual Golf Tournament was held July 14th at the Sleepy Eye Golf Course.
Flight One – First Place: Tyson Fresh Meats, with a score of 56. Team Members included: Kaleb Walter, Adam Fischer and Jon Westcott.
Flight One – Second Place: Delmonte, 59, Dave Fensky, Brian Mathiowetz and Tim Weicherding (not pictured)
Flight Two – First Place: Thriveon, 66, Bill Helget, Mike Carr and Steve Bloedow.
Flight Two – Second Place: Heiderscheidt Digging Inc., 67, Larry Heiderscheidt and Todd & Maureen Heiderscheidt (not pictured)
Showplace Wood Products recently named Stimpert Enterprises Inc a “President’s Club Award” winner for exceptional cabinetry sales. As a second-year award winner, this hard-earned achievement places them among the top Showplace dealers nationwide.
“Showplace experienced another growth year in 2015, made possible by the hard work and dedication of successful dealer-partners like Stimpert Enterprises Inc,” said Showplace President Paul Sova. “It is my privilege to present this award, on behalf of every Showplace employee-owner, to the talented professionals at Stimpert Enterprises Inc,” Sova adds.
Showplace offers an affordable, mid-priced line of custom and semi-custom framed cabinetry for every room of the home. Also available as of December 1, 2015, ShowplaceEVO, a full-access (frameless) cabinetry line. Other products offered include Murphy Wall-beds and Renew cabinet refacing. Every project is made-to-order and carries a limited lifetime warranty.
Made in America and sold through hundreds of dealers nationwide, Showplace provides many custom cabinetry features not typically available at this mid-market price point. In addition to commonly recognized wood species, such as red oak, maple, cherry, rustic cherry, hickory, rustic hickory, and rustic alder, Showplace also offers a wide range of more unique species including quartersawn white oak, paint grade, bamboo, wenge, and three domestic straight grain versions of red oak, cherry, and maple.
Showplace products are finished in a wide range of popular stains and paints to fit traditional, transitional, and contemporary styles. Custom paint colors are also possible. A variety of fashion finishes are offered, often at no additional charge.
Showplace Wood Products is a certified participant in the Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP) administered by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA); details can be found at www.KCMA.org.
Sleepy Eye Medical Center has been recognized for excellence in rural health care and will be receiving leadership awards for high performance in each of the following categories: quality, outcomes and patient satisfaction.
More than 4,000 acute care hospitals, including 1,300 rural and Critical Access Hospitals, were analyzed.
“These top quartile performers should take great pride in this recognition,” iVantage Senior Vice President Michael Topchik said in a statement. “It showcases their commitment to continuous performance analysis and improvement.”
The hospitals are being recognized today because it’s National Rural Health Day. “It’s an honor to celebrate their achievement as they continue to serve their communities despite the many market, regulatory and financial pressures they face,” Topchik said.
The National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health itself was established in 1995 to assist State Office of Rural Health in their efforts to improve access to, and the quality of, health care for America’s 61 million citizens.
Miller Sellner was once again presented with the Can-Am District Dealer of the year award. This award recognizes outstanding dealerships within each of their districts. This is Miller Sellner’s 2nd time receiving the award. Representing Miller Sellner are Doug Miller, Nick Anderson, Jason Rathmann, Leon Krzmarzick, Kyle Krzmarzick and BRP rep Dave Christensen.
The Sleepy Eye Dairy Queen is now offering free Wi-Fi for it’s customers.
The store also announced they have gone to their fall/winter hours which include Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.