In Other News A2 Dreiling/Schmidt radiation oncology receives accreditation Special to The Hays Daily News The Hays Daily News Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015 Watch for breaking news at HDNews.net Calendar Today • GRAINFIELD — “Uncalled Four” with a malt shop/barbershop theme show, 2 p.m. at Grainfield Opera House. Tickets: $10 each. Contact Diana Kaiser (785) 938-4416, Janet Ziegler (785) 6733021 or Ron Eberle (785) 673-9519 or at the door. • GRAINFIELD — Grainfield Lions Club pancake feed, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at American Legion Building. • The Hays Police Department and Community Oriented Policing ask residents to turn on their porch lights at night for neighborhood safety. The schedule: Homes with odd-numbered addresses should turn on lights the first and third full weeks of the month. Homes with even-numbered addresses should turn on lights the second and fourth full weeks of the month. All residents should turn on lights for any partial weeks of a month. The radiation oncology department at Hays Medical Center’s Dreiling/Schmidt Cancer Institute recently received accreditation for its radiation oncology program from the American College of Radiation Oncology. The three-year accreditation, beginning in April, was granted after a rigorous survey by ACRO, which involved a review of the facility and equipment, staffing, processes, patients’ charts and a site visit by members of ACRO. After the survey was conducted, the data was reviewed, and the HaysMed Radiation Oncology program was determined to be in accordance with the standards of the American College of Radiation Oncology. ACRO strives to ensure the highest quality care for radiation therapy patients and promote success in the practice of radiation oncology through education, responsible socioeconomic advocacy, and integration of science and technology into clinical practice. “We are pleased to be recognized by the ACRO COURTESY PHOTO Members of Hays Medical Center’s Dreiling/Schmidt Cancer Institute radiation oncology unit recently received national accreditation. with this accreditation,” said William Cadoret, director of the Dreiling/Schmidt Cancer Institute. “We work hard to ensure our radia- tion therapy is the highest quality. Our physicians and staff are highly educated and trained, and we continue to invest in our facility and equipment, such as our new SBRT linear accelerator and advanced technology like Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy. The ACRO accreditation verifies that our program provides high quality radiation therapy to the people in western Kansas.” Community Bulletin Board Russell/Ellsworth County Emergency Management and 911 Communications Advisory Board once again is requesting nominations for the Volunteer/Emergency Worker of the Year. This is an opportunity to recognize and honor an emergency worker or volunteer for dedication and service to communities and county. The formal rules are the person should serve or support the Russell County Emergency Services. The person can be a member of a police, fire, sheriff, EMS, hospital, health, dispatch or public works departments. Consideration is also given to volunteers who support any of the agencies or who volunteers for groups or agencies that support the emergency services such as Rotary Rescue, Salvation Army, United Way, American Red Cross or other volun- Monday • Monday night pinochle, 7 to 9 p.m., Hays Recreation Center, 1105 Canterbury. • NAMI, 6 to 7 p.m. NAMI connections recovery support group; educational workshop, 7 to 8 p.m.; and Family Care and Share, 8 to 9 p.m., all at Center for Life Experiences, 2900 Hall. For more information, call Ann Leiker, (785) 625-2847. • Shooting Stars Square Dance Club will offer square dance lessons every Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Reed Center cafeteria, 317 W. 13th. For more information, call Peggy Anschutz at (785) 483-0660. Sponsored In Honor of Helen Kraemer 2050 E. US Highway 40 Hays, KS 785-625-5252 Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 1-5 p.m. Closed Monday www.hshponline.org PET OF THE WEEK This is Tosh! She is a 5 year old, female, Domestic Short Hair cat. Tosh is litter box trained and has been given her first vaccinations. She has lived with cats and got along well. She has never lived as an outdoor cat though so she must be kept as an indoor only cat. Tosh can be shy with stangers and would be best suited to a quieter home without small children. If you are interested in giving Tosh a loving forever home please stop by our shelter and visit her. Call or stop by for a tour today! 785-222-2574 Providing a continuum of care to meet changing healthcare needs Retirement Apartments Assisted Living Center Skilled Nursing Center teer organizations active in disasters. The nominations will be considered and evaluated by the 911 Communications Advisory Board. The winner or winners will be presented a Public Service Award Certificate at the National Weather Service Weather Spotter Training at 6:30 p.m. March 24 at Dream Theater in Russell. Last year, Russell County recognized Don Boxberger as the Volunteer of the Year. The first recipients of the award were Wayne Grabbe and Gordon Gorton in 1998, Cindy Janssen in 1999, Alan Kuntzsch in 2000, Mike Finkenbinder in 2001, Tim Borders in 2002, Craig Langdon and Karl Houck in 2003, Steve Knopp in 2004, Gail Ogle in 2005, Tom Hirst and ─ Lowell Vonada in 2006, Rod Steckel in 2007, Ron Major, Donna Fay Major and Tom Batt in 2008, David Evans in 2009, Larry Vaughan in 2010, Doug Janssen and Darlene Rose in 2011, Keith Koelling in 2012 and Sam Schmidt in 2013. Submit a nomination letter of endorsement and deliver it by March 4 to Greg Rose at 911 Communications Dispatch Center, 339 E. Eighth, Russell, KS 67665 or to Keith Haberer at Russell/Ellsworth County Emergency Management, 850 Elm, P.O. Box 158, Bunker Hill, KS 67626. • • • Nex-Tech of Hays, a leader in the broadband and technology industry, has made a gift with a value of $25,000 to Fort Hays State University for naming rights in Hammond Card of Thanks ─ I want to thank our dear friends for all of the cards, prayers, flowers and so much wonderful food that you shared with us during my time of surgery and illnesses. Also, a special thank you to Dr. Jeff Curtis and the HMC Emergency Department Doctors and Nurses for all their wonderful care and concern during my visits with them. Your kindness and concerns are greatly appreciated. ─ May God bless you. Donna Stehno ─ Western Investments, Inc. Check out our new web page. You can now reserve a unit or make a payment online. Computer controlled gate allows access 24/7 www.westerninvestmentsinc.net ��������������������������������������� 1100 East 13th • Hays • 785-625-3446 Hall, the newest academic building on the campus. The former Studio B in Hammond Hall will become “Nex-Tech Studio.” The studio is located on the first floor of the new building and is used for video broadcasting, recording and video production studio courses. Hammond Hall, named in honor of recently retired university president Edward H. Hammond, is a top-of-theline facility that houses the university’s Department of Informatics, the Virtual College, and the Center of Teaching Excellence and Learning Technologies. St. Catherine’s 12th Annual Mardi Gras Celebration Sat., Feb. 14 5-11 pm Unrein Building Ellis County Fairgrounds Come join us for a little Valentine flair, face painting, socializing, dinner and dancing to the Wes Windholz Band. All are welcome to dress in costume. For tickets/information please call any of the Phone Numbers: 650-8294, 623-3785 625-5278, 650-1746, 650-1111 Deadline for tickets is Friday, Feb. 6 My family and I would like to thank everyone who made the benefit a truly amazing and memorable event. We were blown away by the outpouring of love and support shown us that night. Words cannot begin to express how grateful we are for each and every one of you who were a part of it. Thank you to Fr. John for the beautiful Mass. To our dear friends who organized and made this happen, to the members of the fire department for all your help, to all who donated to the bingo, bake sale and auction, to our family, friends, co-workers, class of 83 and members of our wonderful community of Victoria and surrounding towns who came or sent cards ... THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts. We are truly blessed to come from such a caring community and a place we call home. We could not go through this journey without all of you! Again, THANK YOU and God bless you all! Robert Schmidt and Family 701 W. 6th • La Crosse • 785-222-2574 • www.locustgrovevillage.com Ken Kraus Happy 90th Birthday! SUN.-WED., FEB. 1-4, 2015 www.HDNews.net Patrick E. 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