The community can bid farewell today to Dr. Michael Rosenberg as he prepares for retirement.
Rosenberg has been a part of the St. John’s Medical Center staff since 2009.
“I’ve been honored to work with many outstanding medical, nursing and administrative colleagues, and to serve this community for nearly 11 years,” Rosenberg said in a statement. “No one in Jackson approaches life halfway, whether at work or otherwise.”
The party, open to all, runs from 4 to 6 p.m. today at Choices Cafe inside St. John’s Medical Center, 625 E. Broadway.
He will continue to see patients through Oct. 15, and will stay on-call through the emergency department after that date. In his new free time he’s planning on “spending more time outdoors, and will remain closely connected to the community and to St. John’s as I embark on this retirement adventure.”
A lot of work went into capturing bronze — the highest honor Girl Scout Juniors (fourth and fifth graders) can earn.
Girl Scout Troop 1365 recently received its Bronze Award from the Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming, an accolade given for the troop’s work on an exhibit on the history of Girl Scouting in Jackson Hole at the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum.
Recipients were Hayden Ackley, Annabelle Erskine, Nikole Richards, Harlie Rommel and Brooke Weston. Troop leader Becky Erskine leads the group, assisted by Thelma Quasdorf.
The project included over 20 hours of work, much of it digging through and compiling old articles, photos and uniforms.