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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY I 0, 2018 Pa e 5 ' O / FARGO, N.D. -- The North around the state. Current Associ- Dakota Grain Dealers Association ation officers, directors, and staff will hold its 106th Annual Con- are: vention & Industry Show at the Gary Urlacher, Parshall, Pres- Fargo Holiday Inn January 14-16, ident i 2018. Approximately 900 people JeffKittell, Russell, 1 Vice are expected for the event, con- President sisting of grain elevator man- Mark Hovland, Fessenden, agers, farmers, grain industry per- 2nd Vice President sonnel, suppliers and spouses. Steve Hepper, Bismarck, Di- The meeting includes education- rector al sessions, business meetings, Joe Peterson, Bowbells, Di- and a trade show of 82 companies rector providing products and services to David Ramsey, Edinburg, Di- the grain industry, rector Program topics and speakers Jeremy Burkhart, Minot, Di- include: rector Market Outlook - Eugene Alex Richard, Casselton, Di- Graner, Heartland Investor Serv- ices rector Scott Althoff, Hillsboro, Di- What Does the Future Hold for Cooperatives - Dr. Frayne rector Olson-Director, Quentin Burdick Stu Letcher, Fargo, Executive Center for Coops Vice President Food Safety Modernization Cheryal Welle, Fargo, Exec- Act-Update on Implementation- utive Assistant Dave Fairfield, Sr. VP of Feed Dave Nelson, Halstad, MN, Services, NGFA Safety & Health Director Seed Rules Every Producer Hal Grieve, Buffalo, Sr. Safe- and Dealer Should Know- Jason ty Specialist Goltz-Manager Regulatory Pro- Sue Benson, Fargo, Office As- gram, ND State Seed Department sistant The Association is governed by The NDGDA office address is a 9-man Board of elevator man- 1325 23rd St S, Suite A, Fargo, agers and merchandisers from ND 58103-3723. ~ 1T15L yT ~ 1T~ 0 J T TT TTT 1T5 1T~ h'~ 1LT 1Ti J J'~ "IT~ programs that can pay for non- medical home care, home health care and other in-home support services. These programs, often re- ferred to as Home and Communi- ty Based Services, are state-specif- ic and their eligibility and benefits will vary. To firm out if your mom is eligible, contact her state Medi- caid agency (see Medicaid.gov). State Programs If your mom doesn't qualify for Veterans Benefits Ifyour mom is a veteran, or a sur- viving spouse of a veteran, the VA also offers some benefits that can help pay her in-home care. One is "Aid and Attendance or Housebound Allowances," which are supplemental monthly benefits for veterans already receiving a monthly VA pension and requiring healthcare. Veterans and surviving spouses qualify if they have certain disabilities or need help with activ- the Medicare or Medicaid options, ities such as dressing, bathing, and check to see if her state offers any among other criteria. Go to state-funded home-care :prOglt s M:gs-l (lVrlXe- nore infor- These programs may provide care- marion. givers or vouchers that can help pay Another option is the "Veteran- for care, To find out about these sc'rv- Directed Care" program. This pro- ices, call the AreaAgency onAging gram, available through VA medical near your mom - see ElderCare.gov or call 800-677-1116 for contact in- formation. Also investigate PACE, which stands for "Programs of All-Inclu- sive Care for the Eldbfly." PACE, which is currently available in 31 states - though not in every com- munity - provides in-home care, in- cluding help with activities of dai- ly living, such as meals, dental and medical care, prescriptions, and chaperoned transportation, among other benefits. Medicaid-eligible patients get PACE for free, but if your mom is not eligible for Medicaid, she may be charged a monthly premium, though far less than she would pay a private service. To see if PACE is available in your mom's area, see NPAonline.org. centers in 38 states, as well as in Washington, D.C and Puerto Rico, provides as much as $2,000 a month that can be used to pay a professional or family member or friend for home care. The program is open to any veteran who meets the criteria, including requiring help with three or more activities of daily living. V'ts- it the "Home and Community Based Services" section at VA.gov/geri- attics for information. To look for additional programs in your area that can help pay your mom's home care, go to Paying- ForSeniorC e.com and use their El- dercare Financial Assistance Loca- tor tool. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Sen- ior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, orvis- it SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "The Savvy Senior'" book. Lifeline The Leader In Personal Response andSupport Services How Lifeline Works To Get You Help Fast If you need help, push your personal help button, which automatically dials the Lifeline Response Center. Trained Personal Response Associates who have instant access to your pertinent information witl contact you immediately to see what help you need. Even if you can't answer, Lifeline will send the help you need right away and will follow-up to ensure that help did arrive and you are being cared for. s6, oo ! .- sa'mafitan Ltj:dtne 284-7115 Park River P~tt~ Rwta Good Samaritan Campus Nor foo big, nor too smalll With/he 2x2 Nehvoek, gou oan 'era all/ Run an ad fhis size in ALL NORTH DAKOTA NEWgPAPER9 ,for onhj $7OO! (Re~,ione also available.) Oonfaef fhis paper for derails. I Photo: Submitted The employees of the Good Samaritan Sodety of Park River joined together to collect new mittens and hats to help out our kids in our local community. They lilled up a Chdslmas full of warm boys and gids hats, mittens, and scarves during the month of De- comber. All of items were lhen given to the Park River Area Elementary School for kids who may need them. Above: GSS Ad- minislmtor Joan Olson and PRAES Principal Brenda Nilson. STATEWIDE -- Law enforcement agencies across the state par- ly 61 percent of motor vehicle fatalities this year were not wearing their ticipated in the Click It or Ticket enforcement campaign from November seat belt. 1, 2017 through December 15, 2017, to help save lives on North Dako- Funding for additional traffic safety enforcement is provided by fed- ta roads, eral grant money distributed through the North Dakota Department of A total of 2,575 citations were attributed to the added enforcement Transportation. High-visibility enforcement for traffic safety is one el- patrols. Of the total citations, 924 were citations for failure to wear a ement of a collaborative effort to eliminate motor vehicle deaths in North seat belt and 30 were child restraint citations. Tickets for speeding to- taled 941. The traffic stops also resulted in 31 drug arrests, nine cita- Dakota. tions for distracted driving and two driving under the influence (DUI) Learn more about traffic safety initiatives at ndcodefortheroad.org citations, or join the conversation on the Code for the Road Facebook or Twit- Failure to use a seat belt is the most significant factor associated with ter page. Memorials to North Dakota crash fatalities can be viewed at motor vehicle crash injuries and deaths in North Dakota. To date, near- ndcodefortheroad.org/memorial. WALSH COUNTY FARMLAND FOR SALE RUSHFORD TOWNSHIP Loren and Nancy Kadlec offer for sale the following described farmland: Parcel #1 Northeast Quarter (NE1/4) of Section 12, Township 156, Range 55 146 tillable acres, more or less Parcel #2 Southeast Quarter (SE1/4) of Section 12, Township 156, Range 55 151 tillable acres, more or less Written Bids will be received at the law office of Wes R. Welch, PC 201 Briggs Avenue South, Park River, North Dakota 58270, until 2:00 P.M Tuesday, January 23, 2018. Please submit written bid. price per parcel. NOT PER ACRE. We accept bids hand delivered, mailed or faxed. Bids will be opened at that time and place. Serious written bidders will be invited to remain and participate in oral bidding. The right is reserved to waive irregularities and, to reject any or all bids. Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price will be due upon acceptance of bid. For Bidding Instructions and Land Details Contact: Wes R. Welch, PC 201 Briggs Ave. S PO Park River, ND 58270 (701)284-7833 Fax 701-284-7832 Box 107 GREG AND LYNNETTE SWARTZ offer 80 acres of Farmland for Sale. Parcel 1 - West half of Southeast quarter (Wl/2, SE1/4) Township 157, Range 56, Section 3 Walsh County Bid Procedure: Written Bids should be sent to the residence of Greg and Lynnette Swartz, 7075 130th Ave NE, Park River, ND 58270. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Bids should be in total amount and not per acre. Bid deadline is Feb. 6, 2018. Terms: 50% Mineral Rights Reserved 10% of purchase price will be due upon acceptance of a bid and the balance due within thirty (30) days. Greg and Lynnette Swartz 7075 130th Avenue NE Park River, ND 58270 (701)284-7648