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January 4, 2012

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/ PAGE 6 THE PRESS JANUARY 4, 2012 What a team! Above:Teamwork! Edna and AI Bellerud team up to to both sides of the windows at the Bethel Baptist Church on a balmy December afternoon. Larry awarded h,:,nors at Midwest International Horse Show PARK RIVER, N.D. -- "In The Moment' aka Larry was the 2011 RRV Select Sire Super Horse Winner at the Great Midwest International Indoor Horse show. Larry is a 3 Year old Leopard He was Pierce of Crookston Minn. His Points came,from being shown in Western a English Pleasure, Halter and rail classes. He won a Champion Saddle, Jackets, Caps and Cash. The Sire to Larry is from Park River, River Bend Appaloosas Joleen Swartz. 'Beat Goes On' aka Sonny is a 2003 Few Spot Leopard Appaloosa Stallion who was Reserve Sire of the Year at the show. Some other Foals of his won Most Colorful and Non Pro Stallion classes. Sonny's Breeding fee sold at the show making all His foals eligible for the Futurity Shows in the years to come. Larry shown by Cheryl Byrne of Erskine, Minn. and Owned by Jeff Pierce of Crookston, Minn. (Photo: Sub- mitted by Joleen Swartz) MIC00DA Progressivs,. Efficieat. Grain Handling and Storage Equipment Through progressive design and quality, your use of Micada hopper bottoms and bins will maximize the efficiency of your grain storage systems. Like free pizza?? Go to I Go to our web site and find this Breakfast Pizza Logo. 1.) Tell us what page you saw it on. 2.) Call in the special code on the web page. 3.) You will receive a free Breakfast Mini Pizza! Details can be found on the web page! Special ends January 14th, 2012!! For more information on this Pizza Give-Away call 265-33731 North Coop Your source for Happy Happenint00s. Walsh County Press 284-6333 Bible Camp to host quilting retreat PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Eat, Pray Quilt is the theme Of the fifteenth "Blessed Are The Piecemakers" Quilt Retreat to be held January 13-15, 2012 at the Park River Bible Camp. Quilter's Eden and Quilt S'More quilt shops will be the quilting vendors on hand for the weekend teaching classes, giving you a chance to purchase supplies. Lona Daley Getz will also be teaching classes. Arrival time will be from 4:00-6:00 p.m. on Friday, January 13 at the Chapel Complex. The cost for the retreat is $100.00. Since we've moved into the Chapel and have lots, and lots of room-the more quilters the merrier! Bring a quilting friend or two with you for a weekend of "fun, fabric, and fellowship!" For more information about the "Blessed Are The Piecemakers Retreat" and other upcoming quilt retreat please call the Park River Bible Camp at 284-6795. New trooper assigned to Grafton GRAFTON, N.D. -- Colonel James Prochniak, Superintendent of the North Dakota Highway Patrol, announces that Trooper Adrian Martinez graduated from the Highway Patrol Academy on December 22, 2011. Trooper Martinez has been assigned to the Highway Patrol's Northeast Region and will be stationed at Grafton. Trooper Martinez has completed 25 weeks of academic training at the North Dakota Highway Patrol Academy in Bismarck. Upon arriving at his assigned post, Trooper Martinez will begin eight weeks of field training which will conclude the end of February. Trooper Martinez graduated from University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with a Master's degree in Criminal Justice and from Regis University with a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and Sociology. Grain Dealers to hold Centennial show FARGO, N.D. -- The North Dakota Grain Dealers Association will hold its Centennial Convention & Industry Show at the Fargo Holiday Inn January 15- 17, 2012. Approximately 1,000 people are expected for the event, consisting of grain elevator managers, farmers, grain industry personnel, suppliers and spouses. The meeting includes educational sessions, business meetings, and a trade show of 82 companies providing products and services to the grain industry. Program topics include reflections on the past, safety and health topics and preparing for an OSHA inspection. The organization reached its 100th birthday on May 23, 2011. Its first convention was held in Valley City on March 13-14, 1912. Bismarck, Devils Lake, Fargo, Grand Forks and Minot have hosted conventions since then. The Association's office was in Jamestown and Grand Forks before moving to Fargo in the late 1930s. In addition to the annual convention, activities of the Association include a safety and health program of elevator inspections and employee safety training, an Educational Foundation providing scholarships and grants, a self-funded health trust, an insurance agency for writing grain warehouse bonds, an annual directory of all ND grain elevators, a monthly magazine and other informational communications,. affiliation with the National Grain and Feed Association. The Association is governed by a: ,9-man. Board of elevator managers from around the state. Current Association officers, directors, and staff are: Paul Lautenschlager, Beach, President David Fiebiger, Finley, 1 st Vice President Cameron Erickson, Russell, 2nd Vice President Roger Wagner, Grafton, Director Dan DeRouchey, Berthold, Director Carrol Duerr, Colfax, Director Steve Hepper, Bismarck, Director Myron Jepson, Oakes, Director Joe Peterson, Bowbells, Director Steve Strege, Fargo, Executive Vice President Cheryal Welle, Fargo, Executive Assistant Stu Letcher, Hatton, Safety & Health Director Hal Grieve, Buffalo, Sr. Safety Specialist Sue Benson, Fargo, Office Assistant \\; \\; !