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FEBRUARY 27, 2013 .| Poster contest promotes a clean North Dakota BOTTINEAU, N,D. -- Keep North Dakota Clean (KNDC)In- corporated is proud to partner with Newman Outdoor Advertising on the 45th poster contest for grades 1- 8 and special needs. Students cre- ate artwork that reflects his or her knowledge about the responsibility we all have to keep our state and water clean, reduce waste, recycle, plant trees, prevent wildfires, create wildlife habitat, and use all our nat- ural resources wisely. The first place poster in each grade will be turned into a billboard and placed near the winner's hometown! KNDC and ND Parks and Recreation Department are spon- soring a statewide digital media contest to promote keeping North Dakota trails clean and green by showcasing the creative talents of students in grades 9-12. This could be an imige, video, or audio clip. All posters and digital artwork are due by March 15, 2013. Each school is encouraged to send in one winning school pbster from each grade 1-8 and special needs. Any student in grades 9-12 interested in participating in the digital media contest may submit one entry. The rules and regulations, along with an entry form, can be downloaded ot www.keep-nd-clean.org. All state winners, their imme- diate family, and grade 1-8 teachers will be invited to an awards cere- mony on Friday, April 26/2013, in Washburn, ND. Immediately after the ceremony, a luncheon will be served and everyone will get free admission to the North Dakota Lewis and Clark Interpretive Cen- ter and Fort Mandan. First Place Poster Winners re- ceive a cash award of $100, a cer- tificate, gold medallion and have their posters made into a billboard " by Newman Outdoor Advertising. Second and Third Place Poster Winners receive a cash award of $75 or $50, a certificate, and a sil- ver or bronze medallion. The First Place Digital Artwork Winner will . receive a cash award of $100, a certificate, and gold medallion. The Second and Third Place Digi- tal Artwork Winners will receive a $75 or $50 cash award, a certifi- cate, and a silver or bronze medal- lion. The 2013 poster contest grades, themes, and sponsors are listed be= low: GRADE ONE AND SPECIAL  NEEDS: Keep North Dakota Clean - ND Department of Trans- portation GRADE TWO: Only YOU Can Prevent Wildfires! - ND For- est Service-Fire Management Pro- gram and ND State Garden Clubs GRADE THREE: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - ND Department of Health-Division of Waste Man- agement and ND Solid Waste and Recycling Association GRADE FOUR: Habitat - Homes for Wildlife - US Fish and Wildlife Service and ND Chapter of the Wildlife Society GRADE FIVE: Trees are ter- rific...in cities and towns! - ND Forest Service-Project Learning Tree GRADE SIX: Help Prevent Runoff Pollution - ND State Water Commission-Project WET GRADE SEVEN: North Dakota's Waters: Keep Them Clean-ND Department of Health- Division of Water Quality GRADE EIGHT: Explore a Greener North Dakota- Lewis and Clark Fort Mandan Foundation GRADES 9-12: Digital Media Contest - ND Parks and Recre- ation Deparmaent and Keep North Dakota Clean, Inc. The KNDC contests are spon- sored by a variety of partnering agencies and organizations who be- lieve, collectively, we can make a positive impact through every day choices and actions. GOLD KNDC sponsors in- elude: McQuade Charity Softball Tournament, Montana Dakota Util- ities, Newman Outdoor Advertis- ing, ND Department of Health-Di- vision of Waste Management, ND Department of Health-Division of Water Quality, ND Department of Transportation, ND Forest Serv- ice-Fire Management and Project Learning Tree, ND Game and Fish Department, ND Parks and Recre- ation Department, ND Solid Waste and Recycling Association, ND State Water Commission-Project WET, and the Lewis and Clark Fort 'Mandan Foundation. SILVER' KNDC sponsors in- ciude: Basin Electric Power Co- operative, Creative Marketing So- lutions, ND Chapter of the Wildlife Society, ND Council on the Arts, ND Departinent o-f Agriculture, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and US Forest Service-NRCE. BRONZE KNDC sponsors in- dude: BNI Coal, Capital Credit Union, City of Bismarck, , Dan's SuperMarket of Bismarck, 'Dr. Marcus and Margaret Fiechmer, ND Department of Public Instruc- tion,. ND Federation of Garden Clubs, Reservation Telephone Co- operative, and Tesoro. For more information, contact KNDC Poster Contest co-chairs Glenda Fauske at (701) 228-5446 or Pam Wenger at (701) 328-4787. . FREES200 ,, Local Gift Card (/\\; I s-- (with 12 month lease signing)  \\; 1.,( . 1Br Apts , \\; . I. ) Park Court Apts - Park River /  " All utilitiespaid [ // **Income Based** ]/ Private Entrance with NOSTEPS ' [ NOW AVAILABLE! . ", l\\; Call Katie 701-331-9515 I 1 -- Professionally Managed by J' ill ' Prairie Homes Management I1 i ? f w ,J Thanks to YOU First Care Health Center raised $33,880 oo Giving Hearts Day! J Thank yOU to everyone that donated to First Care Health Center on Giving Hearts Day -- we raised S33,80 through online giving and matching funds! We would also like to thank Dakota Medical Foundation and First United Bank ibr providing s I 1,5()() in match funds. Funds raised on Giving Hearts Day will help us purchase educational materials and a treadmill tot First Care Heahh Center's Cardiac R'hab Dept. Thanks again tbr your help and donations on Giving Hearts.Day and tbr your continued support o[" First Care Health Center. Thanks for your Giving Hearts Day donation! First Care Health Center U Professional Care With A Personal Touch/ www.firstcarehc.com THE PRESS PAGE 7 II Top: Spoiler goalie zaeh Nelson looks at the score- board as teammate Cole Rehovsky gives him a hug following the Spoilers 7-1 loss to Red River in the North Dakota State Hockey Championship game. Center Left: Tara Halvorson nervously watches the two-overtime Spoiler 4-3 win over Bis- marck in the opening round of the State Hockey Tournament. Tara's nephew Josh Burianek plays defense on the Spoiler team. Bottom Left: Spoilers Levi Cudmore celebrates with Jade Miller after his big winning goal in double overtime against Bismarck in the opening round of the North Dakota State Hockey Tournament. State Hockey Shots PR Spoilers take second PROFE55tONAL5 lllli Photos: Larry Biri Center Right: Spoiler defenseman Ryan Woinarowicz still makes a play on the puck after being checked to the ice against Bis- marck Century. Bottom Right: Spoiler goalie Zach Nelson comes up with a big save against Bismarck Century. The Spoilers downed Cen- tury 6-4 to advance to the State Hockey Cham- pionship. First Care Health Center's Mar. Schedule Dr. Baig, Gastroenterologist ....................................... Mar 13.27 (Colonoscopy, Endoscopy, Hepatic Consults) Dr. Khokha, Surgeon ................... Weeks of Mar. 7th & Mar. 21st Dr. Ronald Brockman, Ophthalmologist ........................... Mar. 19 Audiocare AM - Brenda Haugen .......................................... Mar. 26 Wakefield Hearing Center 9 AM - 5 PM ............................ Mar. 19 Richard Wakefield, BCHtS Mamm0grams, Digital: 9:15 AM--4:00 PM ................. Mar. 6, 20 Foot Care Clinic-9AM - 2PM ............................................. Mar. 20 f, Nuclear Medicine .............................................................. Mar. 28 Christina Bata, Dietitian " Every Wednesday Mental Health Therapists Erin Martin, MA ........................................... Every Monday & Wednesday Lindsay Kujawa, MA ....................................................... Every Thursday Astrid D'Cunha, MS .............................................................. Every Friday CT Scans available daily MRIs--every Thursday Ultrasounds--every Monday and Thursday DEXA Scans-- Bone Density Measurementavailable daily (Must have a health providers orders) Call 284-7555 for an appointment First Care Health Center R Park River, ND U Professional Care With A Personal Touch! www.firstcarehc.com mmmmmmmm mm mmmmm mmm m m mm m m mm mmm l | ! I Advertise in The Press today ,, ' dverti ing@gmail ' , wcpa s .com , I ! m. mmm mm m m mmlmlm ml  mmmmmmm mm ean00x eonv00ni00.00 in ear, liar ' WILL BE HAVING A i00l'. March 1st, 2nd, & 4th Large 9ingle ToppingPizza $11.99 for / OIIIOIOIIIOIIIO Of# i 1 i