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The newly launched chronic disease self-management program will be offered for six weeks this spring, starting April 12. It is for anyone age 21 and older who has been diagnosed with a chronic disease and wants to learn skills in managing and liv...

The newly launched chronic disease self-management program will be offered for six weeks this spring, starting April 12. It is for anyone age 21 and older who has been diagnosed with a chronic disease and wants to learn skills in managing and living well with their condition.

Sessions will be from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the heritage room at Bethel Lutheran Church, 411 Becker Ave. S.W., Willmar.

For more information or to register, call Connie Feig at 320-974-8737.

Funding is provided through the Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging as part of a grant from the Administration on Aging. Licensing for the program is provided through the Minnesota Department of Health.

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