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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2015 Page 7 2015 National FFA Week is Feb' 21-28 BISMARCK, N.D. -- The ND FFA will celebrate National FFA Week Feb. 21-28, 2015. Go All Out is the theme this year and more than 4800 FFA members across North Dakota will partici- pate in FFA Week activities. Going All Out is not only a way of life for FFA members, but it's also a call to action for others. FFA members set a positive ex- ample with their leadership, work ethic, and community service ac- tivities. The focus of National FFA Week is to tell America about the great opportunities available for youth in agriculture. From its be- ginnings in 1928 as the Future Farmers of America, the National FFA Organization today reaches out to all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. From urban to rural schools, FFA is committed to developing charac- ter and leadership skills and preparing members for a lifetime of success in one of hundreds of careers in agriculture. FFA chapters across the state are celebrating National FFA Week by planning special events like community service projects, FFA awareness, and farm safety workshops. Parshall FFA advisor, Julie Woodbury says, "Farm Food is a big hit with our school staff annually. Students prepare the food and invite staff members to lunch." In Maddock, members decorate t-shirts for auction at their annual T's for Tools event. Community members and local businesses bid on the shirts and proceeds help fund needed tools and materials for the agriculture mechanics lab. North Dakota boasts the high- est per capita membership in the United States, with 80 chapters in communities throughout the state. FFA students are future chemists, veterinarians, government offi- cials, entrepreneurs, international business leaders, teachers and pre- mier professionals in numerous other careers. Transferrable life skills are the basis for the ag edu- cation curriculum and therefore are not only instrumental in help- ing students develop their interests but their future careers. For more information about ND FFA, please visit the website for the ND FFA Foundation at ndffafoundation.com or ndffa.org R)n:lville-l.ankin stude00 i00ei:,aie for Close Up erKx:00ra:00 in DC Photo: Submitted Students of Fordville-Lanldn will be taking part in an interaclive historical journey lhrough Close Up in Washington D.C. on April 12- 17. Parlicipanls include: Back row:. Dalton Vejtasa, Cole Tannison, Josh RuzJd, Esten Baneda, Landon Wood, Taylor Dalbey Front Row: Jessica Best, Bailey Beneda, Trevor Knudson, Kaillyn Brinlnell, Taylor Knudson, Jade Olson, Bethany Novak, Jana Norlha- gun Not pictured: Aaron Trenda. A fundraJser for the trip will be held March 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. atthe Fordville/Lankin School. J First Care Health Center will be starting February 26th. Here's what you need to know: Weigh ins: Initial weigh ins: Thursday Feb 26th 7:45-9am and 4:30-5:15pm. February 26th will be our baseline weight, week one will actually be March 5th. All following weekly weigh ins will be Thursdays 7:45-9am and 4:30-5:15. We will also be offering nutrition classes (times TBA). How much: $30/person. 100% of the pot will be paid back out to the winners How to sign up: Call or text (701) 270-8468 and leave a message or email Christina.bata@lstcarehc.com Prizes: 1st place will get 50% of pot, 2nd place will get 30% and 3rdplace,will ,get 20% The more people, that sign up, the bigger the pot so encourage people to participate. Everyone will get a small snack at each weigh in. How do you win: Winners will be determined by total body weight percentage lost based on your first weigh in, not pounds. This levels the playing field. Can't weigh in on Thursdays?: E-mail me and we will figure something out. Questions: E-mail me at Christina.bata@lstcarehc.com or visit our Facebook page: Walsh County Biggest Loser di-I FIRST CARE HEALTH CENTER  Park River, North Dakota COUNTY ESS n e're your hometown paper me heart of Walsn t:ounty. Stay connected, subscribe. In county Out of county Out of state $34 $38 $42 To let started call 701-284-6333. Come and visit witln your LegismT( rs District #19 Farm Bureau Legislative Forum Feb. 28th 9:30am Choice Financial Meeting Room Grafton, ND District #10 Farm Bureau Legislative Forum Feb. 28th lpm Mountain Community Center Mountain, ND Sponsored by: Walsh and Pembina County Farm Bureau Walsh County Farm Bureau 2011 & 2012 Buick Enclaves AWD, 7 passenger, heated leattler, 4 to choose from 2012 Chew Equinox Silver, FWD, heated cloth interior, local trade! Black, htcooled 2010 Chew Equinox LTZ FWD htd leather, local trade, 2 to choose from 2014 Silverado 1500 LTZ, crew cab, short box, loaded. Black w/black leather. MUST SEE! 2015 GMC Siena ZT! Black with black cloth, crew cab. 4x4 2011 Buick LaCrosse Black Diamond, leather, Nay., htd seats, like new. Priced to Sell! 3014 LTI Charcoal Gray, leather interior, 19K miles, clean, 5 to choose from, all local trades 2012 Chew Malibu ff Crystal Red, light gray leather, only 14K miles, Sharp! AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? 2014 GMC Acadia Charcoal Gray, black, leather interior, very well equipped, only 7,500 miles 2013 GMC Sierra 2500HD 6.6L Duramax diesel, local trade, loaded, very clean, only 29K miles 2013 Sibemdo 1500 White, black cloth interior, 21K miles, nicely equipped If You Can't Find What You're Loaking For... /PI  I WE'LL FIND IT FOR YOU!! 2012 GMC Sierra SLE Extended cab, 5.3L, cloth, clean. ONLY 7K MILES! 2014 GMC Terrain White, 4 cyl., one owner, local trade. Only 19K miles. 2001 SiNe 1i90 miles. ......... $6,900 2002 Suburban 1(1500 Maroon, 135,300 miles ......... $8,900 "i 2003 Pontiac Montana Brown, 102,570 miles ......... $7,900 B;SOD)20 miles ........... $8,900 2006 Silverado 1500 P,SOkD7,000 miles .......... $5,900 ! 2006 Silverado 1500 White, t00,800 miles ........... $7,900 Pontiac Torrent Gray, 90,238 miles ............ $9,900 2007 Chevy Uptander White, t04 059 m,es .......... $7,900 i 2001 Ford Ranger White, 136,420 miles ............. $6,900 2004 Pontiac Grand PtS,OP, Q; 123,466 miles ........ $7,900 148,250 miles ............ $5,900 2009 Chew Impala Red, 101,817 miles ............. $7,900 2014 GMC Yukon Xt White Ebony, black leather, V8, 30K. Priced to Sell! EHELF_T Open 8:00 - 5:30 Man. - Fd. & 8:00 - Noon .It. www, hansonsautond.com Hwy 17 W., Grafton Phone 701-352-3600 or 800-279-3083 Ps SONDELAND 3604)631 AMANDA HANSON 360-4225 LOREN GULUCKSON 331-1915 BILL LYKKEN 520-1713 JESSE FORSTER 3314)038 New SD Variety Available through Walsh County Improvement. Good Yield, Protein, and TW. Call Cameron at 701-593-6329 or 331-2644 make ent;s. Call the Press 284-6333 Call Dub Construction for local quality service/ Good drainage can improve field operation and production, reduce risk of crop loss, maxi- mize net returns, and much more. Now scheduling. 701-696-2591 or email Dub.Construction@gmail.com