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PAGE 8 THE PRESS MARCH 7, 201 ? ANNUAL MEETING TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2012 COMMUNITY ROOM PARK RIVER CITY OFFICE BUILDING NORTH COUNTRY other chocolate and sugar treats can be found in Field's cases to include cookies, truffles, and caramel ap- ples, a favorite among the elemen- tary kids that stop by after school. Fresh bread is also available for purchase and custom order. With Easter just around the cor- ner, Field will begin taking orders for custom Easter baskets. While perusing the cases of candy, within the boutique are local consignees and vendors that offer homemade lotion, fine jewelry, an- tiques, collectables, and handmade crafts. "It's like a little family here," said Field. "We like to keep it cozy here at North Country." Field is a self-taught chef, baker, and candy-maker and was an ex- ecutive chef in Colo., for 15 years. She has had the opportunity to travel the United States and parts of the world to learn new tricks of the trade. "I filled a passport in two years," said Field regarding her world trav- els. Her talent repertoire also in- cludes ice sculpting, catering small and large events, and building in- tricate, yet elegant wedding cakes. She also offers her time and tal- ent to those who have a special recipe that they may no longer be able to make themselves due to age or disability, and before Meals on Wheels, she provided weekly meals to the elderly in the Ada, Minn., area. She has also catered FROM PAGE 1 One of the most popular items with the younger generation, Field puts some delicious icing on a caramel apple. for country singers, govemors, and large corporations. "I have been pretty blessed, lucky," said Field. Field is the mother of eight chil- dren, and married to her high school sweetheart. She and her husband have both served in the Armed Forces. More information about custom ordering and available services can be found at www.simplysweet- shop.net or by calling Field at 352- 4002. Fordville angus breeder recognized natlonal[ T BISMARCK, N.D. -- Darrell L Jallo, Fordville, N.D., has been recognized nationally by the American Angus Association for having 1 registered Angus bull in- cluded in the Association's 2012 Pathfinder Report. Only 2,027 of the nearly 30,000 American Angus Association members are represented in this year's report, according to Bill Bowman, chief operating officer and director of performance pro- grams of the Association with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo. The Pathfinder Program identi- fies superior Angus cows based upon recorded performance traits that are economically important to efficient beef production. Over 1.9 million eligible dams and more than 6.5 million weaning records were examined to determine Pathfinder status. In addition, bulls that have sired a minimum of five or more Pathfinder Cows are recognized as Pathfinder Sires. All registered Angus cows and sires meeting the strict Pathfinder standards are listed, along with their owners, in the annual Pathfinder Report. The report lists 8,791 individual cows and 231 Pathfinder sires. It is available online at www.angus.org, and printed copies are available from the Association. I I Congratulations to the Sunshine Kids Center Calendar Draw Winners! Thank you For supporting our kids! $100 Winners Bernadette Hanson Cole Larson Judy Troftgruben Ryan Hanson Aaron Johnson Carmen Veum Kim Larson Susie Demers $40 Winners Grafton Drug Andy Tibert Jim Mosolf Jeffrey Johnson . Leon's Building Ctr Mary Beth Snyder Laurie/Dick Larson Lois Solseng David Fedje $40 Winners Ro Fjeld Greg Bauer x 2 Tyrone Johnson Karen Mell Ryan Hanson Kim Larson Destinee Hahn Joy Svir Sally Kittelson I l0000nds available for community, school orchards BISMARCK, N.D. -- To promote the cultivation of fruit trees in North Dakota, Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has established a new grant program to encourage the planting of commu- nity and school orchards. "Fruit and nut trees not only supply fresh food, but add consid- erably to the beauty of our com- munities and schools," Goehring said. "We also hope this program will increase access to fresh, lo- cally grown fruit and will foster a build-up of community spirit by bringing people together to plant and tend these orchards." Goehring said communities and schools are eligible for grants of $500 to $7,000 dollars through the Local Foods Initiative. The grants are available on a competitive basis. "The grants can be used for plants, trees, equipment, planting supplies, soil amendments, irriga- tion and fencing supplies," he said. "The funds cannot be used for per- manent structures or to buy land." Application forms for the grants are available on the North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) website at http ://www.nd.gov/ndda/program- info/local-food's- initiative/starting-community-arch ard-north-dakota. Grant applica- tions must be received by March 15. Goehring said questions about the grant program should be di- rected to Dana Pritschet, NDDA local foods coordinator, at (701) 3284763 or Pritschet@nd.gov. l DUNDEE MUTUALI POLICYHOLDERS I Your source for Happy Happenings. Walsh County Press 284.'6333 Policyholder Registration 10:30 a.m. General Business Meeting Election of Directors Financial Report Door Prizes Free Noon Lunch Keep f, he SUgSvaWay se-eurerr Plus! i When it comes to computer "uses and spyware, the destruction can be costly. 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