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Caregivers group honors 5 employees

Five long-term care employees have received the Caregiver Award from the North Dakota Long Term Care Association. The award recognizes long-term care workers who significantly enhance the quality of life for residents in North Dakota facilities. ...

Five long-term care employees have received the Caregiver Award from the North Dakota Long Term Care Association.

The award recognizes long-term care workers who significantly enhance the quality of life for residents in North Dakota facilities.

Award winners are: Rita Sorlie, Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd, New Rockford; Mary Wacker, St. Aloisius Medical Center, Harvey; Larry Winkler, Dakota Hills Housing, Elgin; Bonnie Bradway, Four Seasons Healthcare Center, Forman; and Janet Lautt, Wishek Home for the Aged.

An awards banquet for the caregivers will be held May 4 in Bismarck.

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