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•   Linda Stark (Morey)  4/17
•   Michael J Rass  3/17
•   Rick Rippl (Rippl)  6/13
•   Billie Marquardt (Upton)  10/7
•   Mary Haldeman (Spalding)  10/7
•   Mary Rippl (Kerrigan)  9/26
•   Marcia Miller (Broeren)  9/10
•   Gary Lesperance  9/9
•   Greg Cheslock  9/5
•   Bill Giesen  8/27
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Be Safe, Be Well.

Because of our age, illnesses like the flu that we used to shake off easily in high school can become serious now. In this sense, COVID-19 behaves a lot like seasonal flu. From 70% to 85% of all flu deaths and 50% to 70% of flu-related hospitalizations occur among people in the 65-plus age group, according to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). So it makes sense to take more precautions now than we used to. Here are some guidelines for our age group from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/high-risk-complications.html