Debbie is the woman from Kenyon, Minn, who last year at the Northfield Hospital Auxiliary Book Fair invested one dollar for a copy of “Profiles in Courage” by John F. Kennedy and sold it for $3,000. That’s a nice return.
She discovered an inscription inside the book signed by the 35th president. She had the signature authenticated and ultimately found a buyer, a rare book dealer in New York. More »
The 2014 Annual Report for Northfield Hospital & Clinics is now posted on our web site. If you go to “About Us” and look for “Annual Report” on the left-hand tower you will find the facts and figures that capture our activity during 2014.
It was May of 1970. Fourteen women from Church Women United gathered at the home of Dorothy Becker in rural Dundas for their spring meeting. Seven churches and the senior center were represented.
They discussed their balance sheet, Operation H.O.P.E, the Clothes Closet and a trip to Prairie Island (before casinos). Then, the meeting turned to New Business: Meals-On-Wheels. More »
A service of inspiration and renewal for caregivers, featuring music, meditation and anointing of caregivers will be Sunday, April 12, 4 p.m. at the Northfield Retirement Community Chapel.
Called “Restore, Replenish, Renew,” the service is designed for anyone who is providing care or services to persons in need. This includes family, friends, volunteers, healthcare workers, therapists, and clergy.
Mary Keen, M. Div., LMFT, a family therapist with Westminster Counseling Center, will be the featured speaker. She will draw on her 25 years of counseling experience to deliver a message of inspiration and renewal. More »