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October 20, 2014 The Star Page 20 % : i! Monday, October 27 at 7:00 p.m. W.R Fox Auditorium on 1st Floor at HAMC A home-made Halloween celebration With handmade masks and other accessories, kids at the Rolla Community Daycare provided some musical entertainment for their loved ones. Following the singing, kids enjoyed snacks and juice. Good Samaritan Hospital Association AnnualMeeting , r&apos;++. +'  +   + r   State's A number of tribes in North Dakota have received $5.5 million in federal funds to help families that struggle to heat their homes during the winter and cool during the summer. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program assists house- holds with heating, cooling and home energy costs, as well as insula- tion in order to make homes more energy efficient. Jeannie Chaffin with the U.S. De- partment of Health and Human Serv, ices says the program is a lifeline for 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28 Grand Hotel 1505 N Broadway, Minot TIRES! SHOCKS! BRAKES! WHEELS! Reasonable prices!! NORTH CENTRAL TIRE Phone 477-6363 -- Rolla tribes share $5.5 million to help with heating costs many ulnerable individuals. She The tribes that received funding are says extreme indoor temperatures the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Spirit can negatively affect seniors and Lake Tribe, Three Affiliated Tribes young children in particular, and Turtle Mountain Chippewa Band. Medicare Part D Enrollment event Attend a free event for assistance in switching or enrolling in a Medicare prescription drug plan. You must have: A list of your medications, '}+ + :`A+i+ ,:1, including dosages and frequency ..... +'. I ',l ':,' " l]+  '+# .... Your Medicare card The full name of your current plan Plan to spend at least one hour at this event. For more info, call 1-888-575-6611. To avoid waiting in line, call 2-1-1 to have plan comparisons mailed to you. The annual enrollment period is Oct. 15-Dec. 7. After Hours Tech Support 800.844.9638 .... Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow. Meet Your Interventional Radiology Team Interventional Radiology is a minimally invasive, image guided surgical technique used to diagnose and treat diseases quickly, safely and effectively. These procedures are most often performed in an outpatient setting. With the ability to treat heart and vascular disease, osteoporosis, tumors, neurological disorders and more, Trinity Health's Interventional Radiologists are on the cutting edge of medical technology. Talk to your primary care provider today to see if Interventional Radiology can benefit you. FNITYHEALTH 1 Reinventing Health Featured (Left to Right): Heather Boyko, FNP-C Danko Vidovich, MD Douglas Powell, DO Jake Naidu, DO YES ,Dn Measure 7 v 'ill lower pharmacy prices According to a recent study, North Dakotans pay S452 more per year for prescNptions than consumers in Montana and $417 more per year than m South Dakota7 Measure 7 wil allow retailers hke Walmart "ill a[(Je[ c[]U W{"] (-]l'ee+s To open pharmacy departments staffed by censed pharr>acists. Whle many North Dakotans will continue to shop at the sane pharmacies they have for years, Measure 7 will create more competihon by allowing retailers to compete with existing pharmacies. ]l:; will (jive consumers the ability to decide where they wish to purchase ttc+r prescriptions. "More pharmacies and more competition mean more job opportunities for our North Dakota pharmacy students and for pharmacists who left for jobs out- of-state who want to come t back to North Dakota." Joan Johnson, Pharmacist f'Rising health care costs pose a pSlltiCl, llOr c!-tl!en(te for seniors. Me.?St+l+(} ,/will Ielp, especially for those looking l:or lower cost alte ratives." Larry Gauper, Retired YES on Measure 7 will make prescription more affordable *Sourc.e: ]he I<aise+ F:ami[y ROtllndatior State ttol(h r l}t5 , st I, ++.i<f[ :l {  J l:: '  , +  (  (() [] I )(j r,,+l ;,fl) t y  v ( e ) Paid for by North Dakotans for Lower f: harm(:y Prices, I_is J. (::v !r.; +, 1 ,.,;urer ,i