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  • Sioux City Meals on Wheels recipients were surprised to see Humvees pull into their driveways to bring their noon meals. Members of National Guard D Company 323 BSB put their boots to the snowpacked ground, and delivered all 17 routes (over 160 meals) to homebound seniors on 1/5/2016. The guard members issued a challenge to other businesses, organizations, and groups to meet the urgent need for Meals on Wheels drivers in both Sioux City and Council Bluffs. Click on the title for photos and the complete story.

  • Local residents will have an opportunity to support two senior programs by purchasing desserts at an upcoming event.
    Connections Area Agency on Aging will hold its third-annual Dessert Auction from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 11 in the Food Court of Mall of the Bluffs, Interstate 80 and Madison Avenue.
    The auction is a fundraiser for the agency’s Senior Companion and Foster Grandparent programs.
    Guests can enjoy complimentary wine, as well as appetizers from Kitchen Sisters, Celebrate Catering and Aspen Catering. Auctioneer Gail Hunter will collect bids on desserts from Eileen’s Colossal Cookies, Iowa Western Community College’s culinary arts program, Pettit’s Pastry, Cupcakes Omaha, Gigi’s Omaha, Hy-Vee, Super Saver and Mad Ox Bakery, as well as gift cards or certificates from Canvas Concoctions and Village Inn.

  • Has navigating the healthcare system as a Medicare beneficiary been a challenge for you or a loved one? We want to hear from you! Consider becoming a patient or family advisor for the Telligen Beneficiary and Family Advisory Council.

    The Telligen Beneficiary and Family Advisory Council will convene in West Des Moines for a two-hour kickoff meeting in April 2016, followed by group phone calls scheduled for about an hour each month. To learn more about the Telligen Beneficiary and Family Advisory Council or how to apply, please contact Barbara Wilke at 515/223-2907 or email Barbara.Wilke@area-d.hcqis.org by March 1, 2016.

    Based in West Des Moines, Telligen is part of a national healthcare quality improvement program led by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. As a Quality Innovation Network (QIN), Telligen convenes healthcare providers and patients to help all Medicare beneficiaries live healthier lives—and receive good and cost-effective healthcare whenever they need it.