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JANUARY 8, 2014 THE PRESS PAGE 5 .... : !i::, \ Photos: Larry Biri Above Left: Abby Zikmund (I-r) Ashley Fontaine and Brit Brouillard sort through the over 1,000 articles of clothing gathered by the Park River Area High School National Honor So- ciety. The clothing will be donated to the Department of Human Services to be distributed to needy families throughout Walsh County. Above Right: Members of the Park River Area High School National Honor Society that gathered clothes for the needy in Walsh County were Morgan Porter, (front I-r) Anna Rand, Ashley Fontaine and Abby Zikmund; (back I-r) Brit Brouillard, Zach Nelson, Ben Thompson and Andrew Brummond. t t JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Forty youth from around the state earned the North Dakota Farm- ers Union Torchbearer Award this year. A special ceremony was held on Saturday, Nov. 23 to rec- ognize their achievements. The Torchbearer Award is the highest honor that senior youth may achieve in Farmers Union. Walsh County youths among which we are privileged. As Farmers Union Torchbearers and as North Dakotans, we have a re- sponsibility to be the best advocates for this state, its people, and this great organization. We have a responsibility to stay involved in Farmers Union." Youth must complete five consecutive years of sen- She said, "Torchbearers can continue to stay in- r ior youth work to be eligible for this award. Cal- volved by buying Farmers Union Insurance, re- ly Musland, Miss Western Star of North Dakota, maining lifelong Farmers Union members, being , gave the keynote address. Musland grew up in Jamestown and was always part of the Farmers Union family. She earned her Torchbearer Award in 2008. She attended camps, day classes and All- States camp. She also served as a Farmers Union camp counselor in the summer of 2009 before leav- ing for college in Providence, R.I. After graduat- ing from Brown University in May 2013, Musland f accepted her current position as the executive di- rector of The Arc of Bismarck. Musland shared some of her memories of i,i , .ilFgt'L exs.,Union and gaY e, her in jgh! to of, camp counselors or cooks or caretakers, or by fill- ing gas at your local co-op or Cenex. Musland com- mented, "Even if you didn't grow up on a farm, or don't plan on farming, you can still support fam- ily farms. Buy flesh produce and products from lo- cal farmers' markets, write letters to the editor or to your congressional delegation about the im- portance of the farm bill, and send your kids to Farmers Union camps and day classes someday. ._And while it will be sad t9 attend ygu!- last Earm- 2013. . . ,.. ..... ' ...... , ,i , She began by saying, "Always remember who Photo: Submitted you are, where you come from, and the people who *. have helped you along the way." She credited some Front row, left to right: Jessica Siedschlag, kexie Weber, Johanna Long, Shelby Rudland, Adriane Doe of her own success back to Farmers Union and the and Courtney Haugen. Middle row, left to right: Jonathan Rosencrans, David Undem, Ty Bauman, For- ,- skills she learned through the youth program. "We rest Carlson, Kelsey Smith, Caitlin Kratochvil, Paige Dolan, Karley Hansen, Rachel Herman, Ashley Boom i have been given such a great foundation of and Reid Groninger. Third row, left to right: Nathan Harter, Katelyn Wilier, Carson Sorby, Cody Oster, i knowledge and values here in Farmers Union, for Adam Long, Nick Watne, Kohl Miller, Ryley Brown and Nick Stevens. ers Union camp as a camper this summer, you have many years of Farmers Union fun tO look forward to. The songs that you sing at camp will always stick with you, just like your Farmers Union mem- ories." Walsh County Youths honored were Hayley Fin- garson and Caitlyn Kratochvil. AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp announced that she is continuing to offer in- ternships for motivated North Dakotans who are seek- ing educational and hands-on experience in public service for her Fargo and Minot offices. The internship program allows interns to work with Heitkamp's pro- fessional staff to serve North Dakotans. "It is encouraging to see North Dakota's young peo- ple eager to serve North Dakota," Heitkamp said. "While playing a critical role in my offices, interns have the chance to participate in government processes and gain real-world skills and experience. I hope students in Fargo and Minot will apply." Interns in Heitkamp's North Dakota offices have the opportunity to work alongside outreach staffand learn It is encouraging to see North Dakota's young people eager to serve North bak ota. While playing a cr!tical role in my o flces, e aB mterns have the chance to parttctpate m government process es and gain real-world skills and experience I hope students in Fargo and Minot will apply" about the constituent advocacy process firsthand. They leadership, thoughtfulness, creativity, a strong attention will also support office staff by performing legislative to detail, and a sense of public service. Preference will research and assisting with special projects and events, be given to students who are from North Dakota. North Dakota internships are still offered in the Fargo To apply, visit and Minot offices, lic/index.cfm/internships 1. Successful candidates will be those who demonstrate Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Call Dub Construction for/oca/qua/ity service/ Good drainage can improve field operation and production, reduce risk of crop loss, maxi- mize net returns, and much more. 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