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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY I I, 20 I .S double knotting the strips of fabric. "It's hard, but I got the hang of it now." he said. The classes came out in shifts to put together a total of 60 tie blankets of all different sizes. Chucky Porter explained, "We're giving them to charity and people who need them." Arawen Nelson said that it felt good to be do- ing something for others. Gudmundson said that the students would be de livering the blankets this week as a part of Random Acts of Kindness Week. "We have determined that the blankets will be donated to the Pregnancy Help Center, the Good Sam, and the First Care Hospital/Ambulance Service," she said adding that the third graders, fifth and sixth grades would be making the deliveries. The elementary students also are using Febru- ary as a chance to participate in Pennies for Patients. The fundraising competition being facilitated by the fourth grade class pits the classes in PreK through sixth grade as well as staff and area business up against one another in a competition to raise mon- ey for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Fourth grade teacher Brett Omdahl, who is in charge of the project, said they have a set a goal of $2,015. "The class that raises the most per student av- erage gets a pizza party," Omdahl said. Fourth graders also will be learning how to write business letters, which they will use to help seek out donations. Omdahl said they have planned out spirit days on each Tuesday and Friday throughout the month to raise awareness to the project. February has presented as a perfect opportuni- ty to share the love. As two Elsas and a Barman worked their way around a tie blanket Omdahl said, "It adds a little excitement to our atmosphere." Top Left: Hannah Frovarp, (I-r) Raylie Dvorak and Hudson Nelson wearing a Jonathan Toews mask looking like he's celebraling a goal all work on blankets. Top Right: Brady Omdahl, dressed as a Paldot football player and Abby Beneda in blue cape and Dylan Lien as Barman work on blankets. Bottom Left: Fourlh grade teacher Brett Omdahl helps Tyson McCambridge with a blanket. Bottom Right: Arawen Nelson (background) and Peyton Restemayer work on tying a minion blanket. ! Polar to Sponsor FRS Youth Tour Student their highest potential. Other considerations in- clude any work/'mtemship experience outside of school. Applicants must bea senior in high school or fi'eshman or sophomore in college and their parents or guardians must be Polar customers. , Foundation for Rural Services (FRS) Schol- arships: FRS was established in 1994 and, along with the National Telecommunications Co- operative Association (NTCA), promotes, edu- cates and advocates to the public rural telecom- munications issues. Polar is proud to be a mem- ber of NTCA,and supports FRS in this worthy endeavor. Ifa graduating high school senior from our service area is selected for one of the FRS national scholarships ($2,000 each), Polar will contribute an additional $500, bringing the FRS award to $2,500. In addition, the FRS will award four $5,000 Staurulakis Family Scholarships with a prefer- ence to those applicants who plan to major in math, science, engineering or medicine; two $1,500 TMS Scholarships; one $2,500 Everett Kneece Return to Rural America Scholarship, and new this year, the Colt Ford Scholarship award- ing up to $!5,000 to rural students. Polar h simplified the application process for high school seniors to apply for all seven scholarship programs using one application. Col- lege freshmen & sophomores are only eligible to apply for the Leadership Scholarship. All schol- arship applications must be sent to Polar by Feb- ruary 14, 2015. Please encourage students to participate in these great opportunities. Applications and in- formation regarding all of the scholarships can be found on Polar's website at www.thinkpo- lar.com. For applications, details, or questions on any of the scholarships, please contact Carol La- Haise at 701-284-4361 or email: clahaise@po- lartel.com PARK RIVER, N.D. -- In support of con- tinuing education for rural youth, Polar Com- munications and its subsidiaries are pleased to offer high schOol and college students the op- portunity to apply for the following scholarships. Applications can be found online at www.thinkpolar.com/scholarships. Polar's John G. Waiters Scholarship: Five $1,000 scholarships will be issued to graduating high school seniors from our service area who plan.to continue their education at an accredit- ed 2-year or 4-year college/university or voca- tional-technical school. Parents or guardians must be Polar customers. Polar's Leadership Scholarship: Polar Com- munications, in cooperation with its retired em- ployees, offers the Polar Leadership Scholarship. This $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to stu- dents who are involved in their school, serve their communities, achieve leadership roles in activ- ities, fanctions or organizations, and strive to reach Hayshakers assemble By Eva Sobak FAIRDALE, N.D. -- It was on Sunday, January 1 l th, when the Hayshakers assembled at the Mark & Kori Hodek domicile for their first meeting of 2015. Colton Sko- rheim, and his accomplice, Michael Nord, arrived just shy of fashionably late, as the business meeting was drawing to a close. They were present for the an- nouncement of the material cho- sen for the 2015 Sobak Chal- lenge: cardboard tubes (of the sort used in toilet paper, paper tow- el, gift wrap, shipping boxes & net wrap). They were able to join in the presentation on small engines given by club leader, Mark Hodek, as well. Mr. Hodek also demon- strated the correct way to fill a small.propane tank from a larger one. While the Hayshakers sat enraptured, Mrs. Hodek brought forth an elegant spread of delec- table edibles, including lasagna, garlic bread, deviled eggs, punch, muffins & frosted brownies. The Hayshakers will meet again on February 15th at 1:00 pm. They will assemble at the Hodek Farm, & then travel to the Lake Region Curling Club in Devil's Lake to try their hands at the sport of curling. Editor's Note: Sobak is the club reporter for the Hayshakers 4-H Club. 201 ! & 2012 Buick Enclaves AU L 7 pssen e hated eat her  4 to choose from 2010 Chew Equinox I.TZ FWD, htd leather, local trade, 2 to choose from 2011 Buick LaCrosse Black Diamond, leather. Nay,, htd seats like new, Priced to Sell! 2014 GMC Acadia Charcoal Gray, black leather interior, very wel! equipped, only 7,500 miles 2012 Chew Equinox Silver, FWD heated cloth interior, local trade! 2014 Silverado 1500 LTZ. crew cab, short box, loaded. Black w/black leather. MUST SEE! 2014 Chew Impala LT, Charcoal Gray, leather interior, 19K miles, clean, 5 to choose from. all local trades 2013 GMC Sierra 2500HD 6.6L Duramax diesel, local trade, toade& very clean; only 29K miles 2014 GMC Sierra $LT Crew cab, !9K, loaded! Black, htd/cooled cocoa leather 4x4 2012 Chew Mulibu LT Crysta! Red, light gray leather, only 14K miles, Sharp! 2013 Silverado 1500 White, black cloth interior, 21K miles, nicely equipped J If You Can9 Find What You're Looking For... f 47 /71 .N. ,r to. You,, I 2001 Silverado 1500 Pewter, 201,190 miles .......... $6,900 2002 Suburban K1500 Maroon. 135,300 miles ......... $8,900 2012 GMC Sierra Sl,E 2003 Pontiac Montana Brown, 102,570 miles ......... $'f-)00 Extended cab, 5.3L cloth, clean. 2006 Buick LaCrosse BSOD)20 miles ........... $8.900 ONLY 7K MILES! 2006 Silverado 1500 PSOD7,000 miles .......... $5,900 2006 Silverado 1500 White, 100,800 miles ........... $7,900 2006 Pontiac Torrent Gray, 90,238 miles ............ $9,900 2007 Chevy Uptander White,. 104,059 miles .......... $7900 2001 Ford Ranger White, 136.420 miles ............. $6,900 2004 Pontiac Grand PiSOE-D 123.466 miles ........ $7,900 2014 GMC Terrain 2008 Chevy Impala Silver, 148250 miles ............ $5,900 White. 4 eyl., one owner, local trade 2009 Chevy Impala Red, 101.817 miles: ............ $7,900 Only 19K miles 2014 GMC Yukon XL White Ebony, black leather VS. 30K, Priced to Sell! The remeiMng 2014 models have been reduced and are PRICED TO NOVE! 2014 Chevy Silverado LTZ Crew cab, loaded; blue granite with ebony leather heated memory seats .......... Was $46,715 NOW $37,750 2014 Chevy Silverado LT Crew cab, vlctor7 red with ebony cloth heated seats, all-star package, power seat ..... ..... Was $44,685 NOW S36,14{3 2014 Chevy S|lverado LT Crew cab, white diamond with ebony cloth heated seats, all-star package, power seat ........... Was $44,685 NOW $38, i50 2014 Chevy Silverado LIZ Crew cab, 6.5 ft. box, maroon with ebony leather heated memory seats, 20" chrome rims, Bose radio, loaded ................................. Was $47,410 NOW $3&850 Includes 2 yr./24K Mile Service Maintenance Plan *Must have a ')9 or newer GM trade Imzz  ]r I 3-1EVRrlLET Open 8:00 - 5:30 Mon. - Fri. & 8:00 - Noon Sat. www.hansonsautond.com Hwy 17 W., Grafton Phone 701-352-3600 or 800-279-3083 PETE SONDELAND 360-0631 AMANDA HANSON 360-4225 Lo EN GULLICKSON 331-1915 BILL LYKKEN 520-1713 JESSE FORSTER 331-0038 AREASERVICE PERSON POLAR COMMUNICATIONS, a competitive and growing telecom- munications company located in Park River, ND, is looking for an Area Service person to perform du- ties related to all facilities compris- ing the exchange distribution network. RESPONSIBILITIES include a wide range of exchange operations, including the installation and main- tenance of services offered over Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Technol- ogy, including telephone, IP'rV, se- curity systems, IP PBX, cable locating, fiber and copper splicing. QUALIFICATIONS include A.A. or equivalent degree from a two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experi- ence and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and ex- perience. BENEFITS include a progressive salary range of $32,531 to $65,042, along with a full benefit package, in- cluding pension and savings plans, free disability coverage, life insur- ance, paid holidays, paid time off, and health, dental, and vision insur- ances. A complete job description and Polar Application form can be ob- tained from company website at www.thinkpolar.com. APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 20, 2015 Please send cover letter, Polar Application and resume to the following address: Polar Communications Attn: HR Administrator PO Box 270 Park River, ND 582700270 Polar Communications is an Equal Opportunity Employer.