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MARCH 23, 2011 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County iSpotlight / The merchants below are proud to announce: Friday March 25th 6:30pm Park River School Potluck meal BECOME A SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR $20.00 A MONTH/ CALL THE PRESS 284-6333 TODAY! Park River PO Box 49 S.a . n Park River 301 County Roa'd 12B 284-7115 AIITO PARTS Park River Implement 284-631 6 %.__ Bank & Ir surance Park River ~ 284-7244 Michigan~ 259-2112 Adams - 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 110 4th St. E Park River \ Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! II ~IIT'i I " f'Tl I~'1 ~1 " with Year Lease Signing 1 & 2 Bedroom Apts For Rent *On-site laundry facility *Income Based Apartments Contact Vicki for a showing or application at 701-331-3826 cell 701-352-2275 home I ,-~.~t Professionally Managed by ~/.ff'-~ I I # Prairie Homes Management ! Oeo oO I '=~)J 9 ''~'"~''~0~ -- toll free ~ ~"Z' I ; ,, ,, ,, ecfeallon PARKS AND REC REPORT BY TODD KJELLAND WVVVV. PR-PARKS. CaM 4 Wt SUl'VtVe "I Will Survive" is more than just a Gloria Gaynor disco song. It is an anthem to anyone that has lived through life's struggles, challenges and North Dakota winters. It has been a year since I made the migration home to Park River and "I DID SURVIVE". Spring is hinting at a comeback and the circle has been completed. With spring comes the planning for Baseball, Softball, Tennis, Soccer and splashing in the Les Kelly Memorial Pool. Baseball and Softball sign ups for all ages are scheduled for April 4, 5pm - 7pm at the PR Community Room at 514 Briggs Ave. A Park River Baseball Booster organizational meeting is scheduled for March 29th at 7pm at the PR Community Room. All interested in helping support Park River Baseball are encouraged to come with ideas to continue to rebuild a strong youth baseball program. Tennis and Soccer are two new programs being looked at for this upcoming SUltrier season. More information will be available at PR- Parks.com In other news, The Family Fun night held on March 3 was successful and enjoyed by all that attended. I wish to thank all that attended for your support of Parks and Rec. Our web site, PR-Parks.com is the communication center for Parks and Rec. You will find all sports schedules, registration forms, employment information and upcoming events on our site. We also have a facebook page that keeps you informed of last minute changes and updates. If you are not already one of our 629 facebook friends, I encourage you to join. PR Parks and Rec is now accepting applications for summer help. Lifeguards, Pool Supervisor, Coaches. Umpires and Park Maintenance positions are available. If you wish to help support Park River Parks and Rec, you may contribute through donations, volunteerism or by attending classes or fundraising events. Reach Kjelland at - 701 284 6005 or prpark~andrec@live.com arks ,,, ecreation for Now Accepting Applications Seasonal Summer Jobs Lifeguards Pool Supervisor Park Maintenance Umpires Coaches o -,~J www. PR-Parks.com I! ""' l|riS -, 5p - 7p PR Coinmunity Room or Register online at PR-PARKS.com Lankin Legion Auxiliary news By Loretta McLaughlin LANKIN, N.D. The Lankin American Legion Auxiliary met March 7. President Pam Jallo called the meeting to order. Chaplin Trudy Wippler read the opening prayer, followed by a moment of silence, Pledge to the Flag and the Preamble. Member's present drawing went to Ann Linstad. All members name draw was Noreen Hagness she was not present. Minutes of the last meeting and Treasurer reports were given. The blood drive held February 19 was a great success with 50 units of blood donated. Workers were Betty Ruzicka, Carol Jallo, Trudy Wippler, Alice Bogert and Lucille Ward. Trudy and Lucille volunteered to head the next blood drive. Mary Kavli gave a report about the Mid-Winter Conference in Minot that she and Eileen Vondra attended. Legion ticket party will be held April 2. Auxiliary will serve the meal. Polka Fest will be June 5. Memorial Day Program will be 'leld May 30. A donation will be given to the Relay for Life project. Pam read a letter from the Cole Votnsdal family. A memorial to the Legion memorial Garden was received from the Norman Carlson family. Meeting closed with the closing prayer by Trudy and adjourned by Pam. Following the meeting the Auxiliary served ice cream and birthday cake to the Legion Members, a monetary gift was also given to the Legion. Editor's Note: McLaughlin is secretary for the Lankin American Legion Auxiliary Unit 157. MICHIGAN. N.D. North Dakota Agri-Women will hold its Annual Meeting at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, March 28, in Michigan, ND. Members are encouraged, if at all possible, to attend this meet- ing which will be held at the Wagon Wheel Bar & Grill. Mem- bers who are able to come are asked to let Janice Moen know, at EO. Box 268 Michigan, ND, jam@polarcomm'.com, or 701- 259-2202, at least by March 25. It is important to have a general idea of the size group to set up for. Members will order off the menu &/or daily special. The Wagon Wheel is located in the Michigan Mall fight downtown. Interested guests are also welcome. NDAW, an affiliate of Ameri- can Agri-Women, is a non-profit corporation registered in the state of ND. It is a voluntary, non-par- tisan, public interest organization open to those involved in farm & ranch concerns as well as those in agri-business endeavors. Assisting President, Janice Moen, are JoAnn Ryba, Lankin, Vice-President; Judy Keeley, Grafton. Secretary; and Shirley Owens, Devils Lake, Treasurer. NDAW has two active Chapters-- Lake Region Chapter, JoAnn Ryba. President; and North Valley Chap- ter, Judy Keeley, President. Tessa Weckerly of Hurdsfield is the 2011 Ag Day Baby Contest Chairper- son. Carol Backstrom of Maddock is the 2011 Lake Region Chapter Ag Woman of the Year Chairper- son at the Chapter Spring Fling in June. Jannell Lagein, Rock Lake, was selected to attend the Syngenta "Leadership at its Best" Event in Greensboro. NC, in April 2010. Members who attended the AAW 2010 Convention in St. Louis, MO, last November were Rae Desautel of Grafton and Janice Moen. q ff You Can't Rnd What You're Looking For... WE'LL FIND IT FOR YOlfl! Hwy 17 IN. or 110 W. 5th St., Grafton Phone 701-352-3600 or 800-279-3083 ~M~. @Bu,C~, Open 8:00 - 5:30 Man. - Fd. & 8:00 - Noon Sat. www.hansonai.com USED VEHICLES 0% APR up to 72 Months ON SELECT NEW GiMCZ CHEVROLET & GMC TRUCKS *OAC. See Dealer for Details. IX~S2GA GMC Si~o C~ 2010 Pontiac ~4 d "10 C~ Impala