April 2021 • Community Information
Expansion Project Announced
The Le Mars City Council adopted a resolution to approve setting a public hearing on April 6th for public comments on a 13,123 square foot, $10.3 million dollar addition. The Specialty Clinic and Therapy Expansion Project is proposed for the north parking area. While currently in the final phases of schematic design, the overall project timelines have not been finalized. We should expect to see some progress and physical work to begin in late summer with completion in spring of 2023. 
COVID Updates
As COVID testing has declined from peak use and the number of immunized Plymouth County residents continues to increase, Floyd Valley Clinics will be adjusting a few COVID-related patient protocols.
April Hot Shots

Carter Van Meeteren, son of Nicole Melton and Eric Van Meeteren of Hull, has been named the April 11, 2021 Hot Shot. Carter is 6 years old and is a fun loving kid with a unique love of cars.
Carter was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS). HLHS is a critical congenital birth defect that affects normal blood flow through the heart which needs surgery shortly after birth for survival. 

Preston Magnuson, son of Tom and Danielle Magnuson, has been named the April 23, 2021 Hot Shot. Preston is 7 years old and attends Franklin Elementary School in Le Mars. 
Preston has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). ADHD is a medical condition in which a person’s brain development and activity are altered causing trouble in many facets of their daily living.