|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Utmur GteuntB fnttnr PAGE 3 1997 Rural Hospital Trustee 4H'erS Thanks Businesses SEPTEMBER 25, 1997 Happy Birthday! 34 1 lers and FFA members participated in the Southwest Junior 1 Livestock Show on September 997, The Beaver County youth did an outstanding job showing and selling their animals. Lacey Yardley won Southwest Livestock Show- - Grand Champion Steer, Kristen Alexander won Beaver County Grand Champion Lamb and Michael Nelson won Beaver County Grand Champion hog In the Beef Fitting and Showing Junior Division, Jab Marshall took 1st place; Intermediate Division, Mihn Yardley took 1st place, Steven Yardley 2nd place and Lori Ann Yardley 3rd place; Senior Division, Sbeb Davies 1st place, and Jeannie Yardley 2nd place. In the Sheep Fitting and Showing Division, Cherstie Bealer took 1st place in the Senior division with Brad' Alexander taking 2nd place in the Intermediate Division In the Herdsmanship, Steers Division, Seth and Sheb Davies took I st in the Steers and Kyle Yardley taking 2nd place In the Judging Contest, Beaver FFA took 1 st place. A special Thanks to all the businesses and individuals who gave generous contributions to make this program a success. It really makes a difference in the lives of our youth Donated over $2000.00 : Harold Bradshaw Livestock Donated over $1 000. 00 : First Security Bank, Circle Four Farms, T&L Livestock, Riky Construction, Beaver Sport & Pawn, Valley Pack Donated over $500.00: Utah Independent Bank, Ken Bettridge, IFA, Jackie Dalley, Greg Gurr Donated over $100.00: Minersville Feed, Kennecott Corp, Kern River. Beaver County. Beaver City Corp., Western Dairy Coop, Security Title, Atkin Construction, Elk Meadows, Dr. David Howard, Dr Lance Loretta Forman has been chosen by the Utah Whatten, Braxton Shawn Higgins DDS., Jeff Marshall Family Corp, Indian Creek Veterinary. Association of Healthcare Providers to receive the West Hills Excavating, Milford Braxton Shawn Higgins celebrated his Hospital, Beaver County Livestock 1997 Hospital Trustee Service Award for service in a Show, Max Anderson, Nutrena Feed first birthday on Sept. 18, 1997. Braxton is the rural hospital. She will be honored in Park City on Donated up to $100.00: Mike's Foodtown. Allied Mortgage John son of Shawn and Natalie Higgins of Cedar September 27th. Messer, Minersville Town, Beaver County Cattlemen's, Don's Service, Forman has been a member of the Milford McMullin Cafe, Roger's Conoco, Mark Yardley, Beaver Valley City. His grandparents are Steve and Arleen Valley Hospital Board for seven years, five of which Hospital, Beaver Valley Medical Clinic, Fay Marshall, Beaver Valley Higgins of Gunnison and Donald and Bonnie she has been chairman of the board. When she became Chevron, Daitcn Farms, Priddy & Brown, Pat Yardley, Hotel Willden of Milford. n Claude a member of the board, the hospital was in financial Laundromat, Sam's Furniture, Development are Morris and trouble, had shortage of qualified personnel, and was Woodside, Obpin Mortuary, Paradise Inn of Beaver, Gilbert Yardley, JR Arda Mellor of Carol of Gunnison, Higgins without an administrator. She very methodically Ready Mix, Ruesch Excavating, Inc Kevin's Chevron, Tony and Dave's Clarence and Delia Rollins, and Fayette, approached one problem at a time. Although she had Auto Center, Fishlake Lumber & IFA, White Insurance Agency, Stapley a full time position at Pacific Corn 's Blundell Farm Insurance. Bradshaw Coal & Lumber, Beaver Press, Arshel's Beatrice Willden of Beaver. Todd's Geothermal power plant, she still took a leading role in Cafe, Boyter Construction, L&L Supply, Todd's Market-MitforLand Beaver and Title. Timberline, Inn, Country ' Publisher: Kent Smith Editor: Alice Smith ensuring that the operation of the hospital was successful. Prior to accepting a position on the board, Bradshaw Auto Parts, Beaver Auto (Napa). Annie's Drive Inn, David Ad Deadline 3:00 P.M.Tuesday White Accounting, John Christianson, Village Barber Shop, Dr. Hal she became an EMT to enhance its struggling Subscriptions $35. per year Murdock, Spanish Rose Floral, Beaver Valley Cleaners, and Bill's Phone:801-387-267- 6 program. She spent many long hours, volunteering at 1 Chevron. the hospital as the interim administrator, where she did 450 N. 100 E. P.O. Box 224 what ever was needed until a physician and Milford, Utah 84751 administrator was found. New Doctor 4-- 4-- 6. "'J Loretta Forman Pro-Co- Great-Grandpare- Jieatjer Count? Jflomtor d, Market-Minersvill- e, Fax:801-387-552- Forman has always taken a leadership or an advisory position in State or Federal Healthcare issues as was demonstrated during the 1995 Legislature concerning house bill 181. She is always available and makes the time to ensure Healthcare is a viable option in the community she serves. She is a member of the Professional Business Women's organization, where she was honored for her service at a recent tea. She has served in many capacities in her church and the community as a Young Women's President, Councilor in Relief Society, President of the Lady Elks, President of the Chamber of Commerce, and President of Beta Upsilon. Forman has been on the hospital board for seven years and, through her demonstration of strong interpersonal competence, she was elected for one term and as the chairperson of the board. She has successfully filled this position five of the seven years she has been on the board of Trustees. Through her demonstration of strong committee procedures and techniques, she empowers other board members with responsibility and authority, which allows the hospital board to function effective and efficient. She constantly encourages open communications to achieve mutual She also chairs the financial understandings. committee where she has been able to recognize the financial implications of all management decisions. Forman is a mother of three children, one girl and two boys. She is well respected and radiates enthusiasm. She is an active equestrian, loves to hike, camp or just settle down with a good book. She loves music, and is a member of a performing musical group. She works well with people and has a personality that is stabilizing and calming which allows her to approach people in a way. Letter to Milford Valley Hospital Patrons Based on our recent doctor it is situation, we feel that reiterate our OB to to important patients that routine OB services currently are not available at our Prenatal workup will, facility. however, be continued to be offered at the Clinic. Emergency services will be available 24 hours per day 7 days per week, routine OB services will again be available in the near future. During this interim of time, we have made arrangement with the physicians in Beaver and in Cedar City to see our patients. Please call our clinic if you would like a referral. We wish to thank each member of the communities we serve for their continued support while we go through these trying times. S TO7 Farzana trust." Dr. Farzana's husband, Seif, is also a doctor. They are committed to making sacrifices in support of continuing education, and had been married only six months when she started her residency. son, Hamza. Dr. They have a Farzana says her parents taught the family to be eager to learn and do their best in life. "My mother wanted one of her children to become a doctor, so I am fulfilling her dream." Dr. Alam and Dr. Farzana trained at the same hospital in Pakistan, before coming to the United States. two-year-o- ld lUim Industrie Iik. It's Open House time. lips-27th we'H ye showcasing the season's hottest, new Pay us a visit on Saturday, Sept. sleds. And offering an ample helping of door prizes and refreshments. Hope to see youthen. POLRRS Dearden Equipment "125 South Main 1 RIDE THE BEST Dr. Farzana Moulvi Fillmore, Utah 84631 Street (801)743-576- 1 Abo be sure to come check out the new engine brake kit available for all Polaris A TVs life &m!& K f ffifillr 2 Free airtime all the time. Get your cellular service from CellularOne and every time your phone rings, the first minute is absolutely free. 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She hopes to use that experience to enhance newborn care at Milford Valley. is now seeing Dr. Farzana and Pediatric patients, and will Gynecology soon be taking OB patients. She wants patients to know that she will be there to help day or night. "I want to give my best service to people," she said. "1 don't want to be just a stranger giving medical care. I want to establish an honest relationship of Dr.