A.C.E.

A.C.E. of Southwest Minnesota is presenting the second one act play about memory loss in their online educational series titled “In the Garden,” by Matthew Widman, the Memory Care Plays Anthology. The production is an educational tool for both community and families navigating through the Alzheimer...
Sanford Luverne physical therapists (from left) Brynn Ladd, Kyle Hailey, Tracy Kramer, Holly Sehr and Jen Hoefert are among a group of therapists who helped with A.C.E. medical equipment Oct. 8. It was part of their community service work to observe Physical Therapy Month in October.
Linda Wenzel accepted some much-appreciated help last week from Sanford Luverne therapists during their annual community service work for Physical Therapy Month. Wenzel is the Aging and Volunteer Services Coordinator for A.C.E. (Advocate Connect Educate) of Southwest Minnesota – Rock County, and...
A.C.E. of Southwest Minnesota was recently awarded a $250 grant from the Shopko Foundation to help fund the organization’s 2016 volunteer appreciation meal. Pictured above is Jeanne Vande Hoef from the Luverne Shopko store presenting the check to Norma Brands, Rock County Coordinator for A.C.E.
Since Greta VanDerBrink took the reins as Rock County RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) coordinator 13 years ago, the program has grown to be the largest and most successful in the seven-county area.
"As one person, I cannot change the world, but I can change the world for one person.” Greta VanDerBrink said this quote by Paul Shane Spear captures the essence of her work matching volunteers with people who need help. “This has been one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever made,” said VanDerBrink...
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