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Contributions honoring her totaled more than ,000 and helped purchase a handicapped-accessible van.
The Anne Carlsen Tree of Life was dedicated, revealing 700 names of those who had contributed at least ,000 to the Center.
The Chaplaincy Program is created, as Pastor Jo Anne Moeller is available to students, their families and Center staff for all spiritual needs. Students were evacuated with the assistance of University of Jamestown athletes.
After it shows the area that you are interested in, select from the options below to print your map.The Evangelical Good Samaritan Society determined the need for a school devoted to children and young people with physical disabilities. The focus of the Center’s programs expanded to include young people with severe multiple disabilities. Additional remodeling provided a junior high school room, a staff dining room and additional medical isolation facilities. Thousands of gifts, matched by a 46 percent grant from Hill-Burton Construction Funds, supported the project. Lutheran Hospitals and Homes Society purchased the Crippled Children’s School and moved it to Jamestown, N. Construction began in the fall at Horseshoe Park on six acres purchased for 0. The Easter Seal Wing, included three classrooms, rooms for occupational therapy, physical therapy, hydrotherapy, speech correction, storage, exercise, and a dormitory for 32 boys. Two classrooms and a laundry unit were added to the growing facility. A Ford Foundation grant for ,200 and Hill-Burton Funds approved by the N. State Health Planning Commission provided money for construction of the industrial arts department, homemaking department, and new kitchen and dining room facilities. A new heating plant, physical therapy department and speech therapy department with a special classroom for the hearing impaired were added. The award is given to persons who have brought credit to the state by achieving national recognition in their fields of endeavor. The Crippled Children School dedicated a new modular dormitory designed to house 32 students. D., was procured by the Good Samaritan Society for the creation of the Crippled Children’s School. Anne Carlsen, a quadruple congenital amputee, joined the staff as a high school teacher. The original building cost ,000 to construct and was paid for entirely with private donations. 22, 1941 The School included two modern classrooms, a craft room, library, therapy room, dining hall, recreation room, and dormitory for 35 children. The School purchased additional acreage to the northwest. The new occupational therapy department and all-purpose auditorium/gymnasium was dedicated in May. Anne Carlsen with North Dakota’s highest honor, the Theodore Roosevelt Roughrider Award.