After celebrating the holidays (and maybe over indulging in our favorite foods), it’s not surprising that we’re ready for a fresh start in January. One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is weight loss. Even though the intention is good, we often lack readiness to make changes and have unrealistic goals and expectations that set us up for failure.
Babies look so cute in hats!
Every baby born at Northfield Hospital gets a handmade hat to wear home. With over 500 babies a year . . . that’s a lot of knitting.
So NH&C partnered with Northfield Yarn to invite folks who knit (or crochet, or sew) to volunteer their talents and make baby hats at home. Northfield Yarn customers have made over 250 baby hats so far . . . in just six months. Wow!
Scott County presented its Morris A. Miller Health Hero Award to paramedic Mark Weiberg on Dec. 20 to honor Weiberg for his actions on Feb. 14, 2016 during a car accident on I-35.
On that February night in a winter storm, Weiberg was driving home on I-35 after a 12-hour shift at Northfield Hospital & Clinics’ Emergency Medical Services (EMS).