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COUN'I00 m WEL RUARY 15, 2012 ISSUE NUMBER 32 PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA SINGLE COPY $1.00 i r Fun for all at Jr ice Fishing Derby Right: The PR Parks and Rec first Jr Ice Fishing Derby went off without a hitch Sunday at Homme Dam. Blake Kubat, age 3, had a good time fishing with his dad, ........... Dennis Kubat;at the fishingby. ToF Whaley caught one of the first fish at the derby. Bot- tom left: Greta Wharam concentrates on her fishing ice hole during the kids fishing derby. The derby went from 1-3 p.m. and kids 12 and under received prizes. New dleveltopment Park River Bible Camp invests in land By Tynan Nelson for The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River Bible Camp re- cently purchased a piece of land directly adjacent to the north side of the eastern end of camp as an investment for its Endowment Fund. The land was purchased as a physical investment for PRBC's Endowment Fund. According the Bible Camp's Development Director Mark Hensrud, the Bible Camp will be using the land while paying a type of rent back to the En- dowment Fund that is equal to what the current rate of return is for a certificate of deposit which will be somewhere be- tween 2 percent to 3 percent of the cost of the land per year. The only change from this pur- chase to the Camp's operating budget is a line for the rent of the land, which will be less than $3000. To those who are familiar with the layout of Park River Bible Camp, the land includes the the eastern loop of the Na- ture Trail and directly east of the High Ropes Course. The Bible Camp had an agreement with the previous owners to be able to use the land as part of the Nature Trail and the Camp's ministry. The immediate benefits for the Bible Camp from the land purchase are more control and security of the Bible Camp's border. According the Direc- tor of Ministries Scan Barn- heart, the land will allow the Bible Camp to provide even more security and safety for the youth that attend the camp, which is a great benefit. According to Barnheart, the Bible Camp has several possi- bilities for the land in the fu- ture. They include developing it and adding campsites, a place for a more rustic pro- gram, more High Ropes and Challenge Course elements, and new cabins. The staff and members of the Bible Camp are very ex- cited about the safety the land provides for their ministry and programs but also to the pub- lic. The Camp's Nature Trails and campgrounds are open to the public for camping, walk- ing, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing. Photos: Larry Biri District lO Republican candidates to vie for party endorsement By Katrina Hodny for The Press CAVALIER, N.D. -- Every election cycle the North Dakota Republican Party (NDGOP) holds an endorsing convention in each district across the state. This year the newly redone District 10 and its Republican Party are faced with pitting two incumbent senators against each other for the party's endorsement. Senator Joe Miller, Park River, N.D., and Senator Curtis Olafson, Mountain/Edinburg, N.D., will vie for the District 10 Republican en- dorsement Thursday, Feb. 16 at the American Legion, 701 Main St, in Cavalier starting at 7 p.m. NDGOP District 10 chairman Paul Hender- son, Calvin, N.D., will lead the meeting. The agenda for the evening includes a regular dis- trict meeting, followed by the endorsement of candidates to include both the Senate and the House seats, and will end with the appointment of 34 delegates to represent the district at the 2012 NDGOP Convention in Bismarck, Mar. 30 - Apr. 1. "It will be a non-typical night due to the re- districting," said Henderson. "The endorsement will be a benefit to whomever wins." Anyone can attend; however, Republican residents of District 10 are highly encouraged and recommended to attend this meeting. Those who attend are the voting body that Dist. o Endorsement Anyone can attend; however, Republican residents of Dtstrtct lo are highly encouraged and recommended to attend this meeting. Those who attend are the voting body that decides the candidates the party will endorse." &at\\;vibnlg l[ie one lpimt at a tibme Park River drive brings in 6 4 units PARK RIVER, N.D. -- A total of 53 ieople volunteered to donate blood, and 47 were able to give during Park River's blood drive held on Feb. 2. Seventeen people gave blood on the automated 2RBC machine which collects two units of red blood cells during the donation, so a total of 64 products were collected Katie Bartelson, Donor Re- cruitment Representative from United Blood Services stated, "It is not only those who spon- sor the blood drive, but the people of Park River donating that makes the difference to patients in the hospital. You never know when a loved one or even you will need blood. We want to thank all the peo- pie who volunteered on Feb .,, Pud Thompson coordinated the drive, and the DECCA Club sponsored and assisted with recruiting donors, public- ity, providing refreshments, and registering donors. Blood is for sharing; you have truly given the "Gift of Life." Area Obituaries Through with Chew Week See p,o.g'e, 5 -'-'][ owe iit 00dlll t,o, l[iitde dho,,ao, llate "' "' John Betushi Gulleson stops in Park River ee p,a,ge' j LIpcomlng Events See p,ge'