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  •  Free Health Seminar: Medicare 101

    The A, B, C and D's of Medicare

    What are the different parts of Medicare? Do you qualify for coverage?

    With open enrollment starting October 15, it's important to know all your options, whether you're new to the program or not.

    Join Polk County's Elder Benefits Specialist, Elizabeth Arcand, as she walks you through the different parts of Medicare coverage. Medicare Supplement, Advantage and Cost Plans will also be discussed.

    Medicare 101
    October 9, 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. 
    OMC's Cascade Room

    Click here to register online or call 715-294-4936

  • Free Health Seminar: Getting Fit

    According to the CDC, less than half of all adults get the recommended amount of exercise they need. By exercising two and a half hours per week, you can help lower your chance of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and other chronic illnesses.

    Join Wild River Fitness’ Personal Trainer, Bob Whaley, as he explains how to start an exercise routine and maintain it long-term. He’ll also discuss the common pitfalls to exercise.

    Getting Fit: How to get started
    October 7, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
    OMC's Cascade Room

    To register, call 715-294-4936 or click here

  • OMC's Flu Clinic is now open

    Flu season is almost here. It's time to get the protection your family needs with Osceola Medical Center's Flu Clinic. 

    Everyone is encouraged to receive the influenza vaccine, especially those who are considered high-risk such as pregnant women, children age 6 months or older, caregivers, the elderly and those who have chronic health concerns such as diabetes, asthma and those who smoke. 

    Call today to schedule your flu vaccination: 715-294-2111 or 651-433-8080. Click here for our entire Flu Clinic schedule and click here for other great flu prevention tips. 

  • FREE Baby & Me Classes
    Every Thursday 5 to 6 p.m.
    OMC's Cascade Room

    Supported by local hospitals and United Way St. Croix Valley’s Success by 6 Initiative, “Baby and Me” classes provide a play and discussion hour for parents and their infants (from birth to 12 months). Classes occur on an ongoing, ten-week schedule with discussion topics such as massage, sleep, nutrition, baby sign language, reading baby’s cues, child development, separation anxiety, music, taking care of Mom, family traditions, and more. 

    Click here to register and for a complete schedule of this class or call Family Resource Center at (715) 684-4440.