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Dec
3
Thu
Gilmore City Bradgate 6th grade class can drive
Dec 3 @ 8:00 am – Dec 21 @ 5:00 pm

 

The Gilmore City Bradgate 6th grade class is holding a can drive until the 21st of December. All donations will be going to area food banks. For all donation inquiries please contact Gilmore City Bradgate schools at  (515) 373-6124 or email Jordan Buhs at jbuhs@gcb.k12.ia.us
Items the class is looking for:
* Canned Meat
* Canned Fish
* Canned Vegetables
* Canned Fruit
* Canned Soup
* Dry Pasta
* Breakfast Items (Including cereal)
* 100% Fruit Juice
* Paper and personal products (Toothpaste, soap, toilet paper etc.)
Dec
7
Mon
Humboldt County Hospice Foundation – Light Up A Life @ Virtual Tree Lighting & Name Reading Ceremony
Dec 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

light up a life_2020  CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS

Due to Covid-19 we will not be having an in-person event this year. This year The Humboldt County Hospice Foundation – Hospice Light Up A Life will be virtual on HCMH Face book page. Click on the link above for full details.

Feb
10
Wed
Annual Warm the Heart Food Drive – HCMH
Feb 10 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

2021 Food Drive

Help Us Fill the Ambulance – Wednesday, February 10th from 7am-3pm

Donations may be dropped off at Humboldt County Public Health (located between Surgery Center and Springvale Assisted Living)

If you are a Local business and would like to schedule a pick-up, please call 515-332-2492. Any donations that will not fit in our bus(pallets) need to be taken directly to the food pantry.

HUMBOLDT COUNTY FOOD PANTRY ITEMS IN HIGH NEED:

Toilet Paper – Shampoo/Conditioner – Laundry Soap – Dish Soap – Tampns/Pads – Deodorant – Any non-food basic essentials – Canned Fruit/Vegetables – Canned Chicken/Ham/Tuna – Instant Potatoes – Hamburger Helper – Peanut Butter/Jelly

PLEASE, no expired items or items with a broken seal. Monetary donations are ALWAYS welcome. If you have any questions contact Marie or Becky with UDMO – 515-332-3631

Feb
25
Thu
2020 HCMH Wellness Screening
Feb 25 @ 6:30 am – 8:30 am

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COMMUNITY WELLNESS SCREENING
tHURSDAY, February 25th 6:30-8:30 AM
HCMH Foundation Conference Room (2nd floor)

LAB SCREENINGS AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING:
WELLNESS PROFILE………………………..$25
•Lipid Profile & Blood Sugar includes total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, &
triglycerides
WELLNESS PROFILE PLUS………………$40
•Currently includes: Hemogram, Blood Sugar, Creatinine, GFR,
Potassium, Calcium, Total Bilirubin, Total Protein, Uric Acid, Cholesterol, HDL, LDL
Calculated, Triglycerides and ALT (Kidney and Liver Function Tests)
HEMOGRAM………………………………….$20
•Screen for anemia and infection
CARDIO CRP TEST…………………………$30
•Blood test for systemic inflammation and a predictor for coronary heart disease
PSA……………………………………………….$40
•A screen for prostate Cancer that is recommended for men over age 50 or those
with family history
TSH …………………………………………………$35
•A sensitive test for thyroid functions
HEMOGLOBIN A1C ………………………..$25
•Test to screen for Diabetes. Estimation of average
blood sugar levels in the preceding 3-6 months.
HEPATITIS C ANTIBODY………………………………………$25
•Recommended by the CDC for all persons born between 1945-1965 who are at
higher risk of being infected in the 70’s-80’s-90’s with the virus
BLOOD PRESSURE……………………………NO CHARGE
VITAMIN D TEST…………………………………$65
•Vitamin D is a hormone produced by the skin, carried by the
bloodstream to the liver then processed by the kidneys. Vitamin D helps absorb calcium from the
intestines and promotes bone mineralization. Vitamin D deficiency may lead to a variety of
disorders, such as osteoporosis
BLOOD TYPE ABO type- RH type…….……$20
COLORECTAL SCREENING…………………..$15
•A take home kit to detect hidden blood in the stool which is an early warning sign of
colorectal disease
BODY COMPOSITION…………………………………….$15
Body composition, % body fat, hydration status, predicted muscle mass, BMI

• Individuals should be fasting; no solid or liquid food for 12 hours prior to the screening.
Water and medications should be taken in normal amounts.
• Payments due at the time of service; insurance will not be billed.
• Refreshments served.

Mar
6
Sat
Renwick Fire Department Fish Fry Fundraiser @ Renwick Community Center
Mar 6 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Renwick Fire Department will be holding a fish fry fundraiser March 6th with a predetermined snow reschedule date of March 7th if need-be. The event will take place at the Renwick Community Center with a start at 5pm and end at 7pm and will require a free-will donation to enter. Carry-out will be available, though there will also be seating available for those who choose to dine-in. Proceeds from the event will go toward an addition to the fire shed. On the menu is fish, fries and coleslaw.

Mar
20
Sat
Webster County Pheasants Forever Banquet
Mar 20 @ 4:30 pm – 4:30 pm

The Webster County Chapter of Pheasants Forever 36th Annual Banquet will be held on Saturday, March 20th at the Webster County Fairgrounds
south of Fort Dodge. Doors open at 4:30pm with a New York Strip dinner catered by Hy-Vee served at 6:15pm. Numerous games and raffles, including a special youth raffle table, plus Live & Silent Auctions are planned. For additional information on the banquet & tickets contact Jerry Beck, Banquet Chairman at 515-571-7406 or jerry@fdtrans.com.

Mar
22
Mon
Stroke & Vascular Check – Humboldt County Memorial Hospital
Mar 22 all-day

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Screenings offered at the Humboldt County Memorial Hospital on Monday, September 23rd. To make an appointment call Trinity Healthy Living at 515-574-6505.

Stroke Screen – $35

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screen – $35

Peripheral Vascular Disease Screen – $35

Osteoporosis Screen – $35

The cost for all 4 screens – $115

NO MEDICARE, MEDICAID OR PRIVATE INSURANCE ACCEPTED

Mar
25
Thu
Lawn and Garden Open House @ Carroll Implement
Mar 25 @ 8:00 am – Mar 27 @ 12:00 pm

Join Carroll Implement in LuVerne for their Lawn and Garden Open House featuring Bad Boy and Ferris Mowers this Thursday through Saturday.

Thursday and Friday event hours will be 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.

Saturday event hours will be 8:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.

Refreshments at event will include: pop, coffee and cookies.

Trade-ins are welcome. Test drives and zero percent financing are available.

Mar
28
Sun
Humboldt Rifle and Pistol Club – Last Indoor Pistol Match Of The Season @ Indoor Range
Mar 28 @ 1:00 pm

The Humboldt Rifle and Pistol Club will be hosting their last indoor pistol match of the season this coming Sunday, March 28th at 1:00pm.

The event will take place at the indoor range located at 13 8th Street South in Humboldt.

 

The match will consist of 44 round, run in two 22 round strings at a cost of $10 per attempt.

Spectators are welcome, proper eye and ear protection will be required for anyone on the range.

 

Please feel free to contact Jim Mertz with any questions by phone at 515-368-1495 or by email at jimmertz1980 @ gmail.com

Mar
31
Wed
Humboldt County Public Health Pfizer Clinic @ Humboldt County Fairgrounds
Mar 31 – Apr 1 all-day

Humboldt County Public Health will be holding Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination clinics on March 31st and April 1st at the Humboldt County Fairgrounds.

Eligibility is still restricted to those who are 65+, essential workers and/or those with pre-existing conditions. See the HCMH link below for full eligibility information. Appointments are first come, first served and are mandatory for those who are eligible to be able to receive the vaccine. Prior to your appointment, completing the ‘1st dose vaccine form’ is also mandatory.

Those with questions are encouraged to contact Humboldt County Public Health at 515-332-2492 or go to humboldthospital.org

Click here to see the eligibility requirements: https://www.humboldthospital.org/news-events/humboldt-county-covid-19-vaccine?fbclid=IwAR2k-s3tvhHEzg2hHinfEamlzyEfkqH3b1nDF8x63sQO97NHRCXHd4e1b7I

Click here to set up your appointment:https://login.nowaitinside.com/#/booking/eHSwUCTqcSwsmZAJqjgreI8g

Click here to see the full KHBT news story about the event: https://977thebolt.com/2021/03/humboldt-county-receives-large-allocation-of-pfizer-vaccine/