We went over and got this picture to show the progress on the addition to the Seward Memorial Hospital. It’s amazing to me that architects are able to put pieces together and build addition after addition and still maintain the integrity of the building and provide facilities to carry out the evolving mission. The original building opened in 1950 and much of it is still in use. I contrast that with the new Seward County Justice Center (Jail) where a totally new facility is being built. The structure that was built about 25 years ago will be demolished when the new building is available. I know there are federal regulations that have a major impact on decisions, but it would seem that we are more concerned with how we treat prisoners than medical patients.