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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, APRIL I 5,2015 BISMARCK, N.D. -- The North Dakota De- partment of 1 luman Services' Autism Services Di- vision has awarded small community education and training grants totaling $14,860 to three organizations that serve individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families in North Dakota. "We are pleased to be able to provide funding to Development Homes Inc of Grand Forks, N.D.; the North Dakota Autism Center, West Fargo, N.D.; and Family Voices of North Dakota, Edgeley, N.D for parent and provider training and education events," said Autism Services Coordinator Trisha Page. Page said the department will continue to accept applications now through June 1, 2015, for autism- specific education and training for service providers, parents, and first responders, peer-to-peer education, and related activities. Activities must be complet- ed by June 30, 2015, she said. Details about grant re- quirements are online at ww'w.nd.gov/dhs/autism/in- dex.html. Grant-funded training The North Dakota Autism Center is hosting a workshop for parents and professionals on April 13, 2015, 5-8 p.m at Sheyenne High School in West Far- go, featuring Barbara Haas-Givler, M.Ed a behav- ior analyst and training consultant with Geisinger's Autism. and Developmental Medicine .Institute in . % Lewisburg, Pa. Haas-Givler will share inibrmation on genetic factors and testing and the impact of di- agnoses for children and adults with autism spectrmn disorder. Details are online at http://ndautismcen- ter.org/. Development Homes Inc. received ffmding to sup- port a community autism education event on April 25, 2015, 9:30-11:30 a.m at the University of North Dakota Wellness Center in Grand Forks. The event will feature an information resource fair where parents and others can learn about available servic- es, supports, and therapeutic approaches. See details at w v.developmenthomes.org. Family Voices of North Dakota received funding to support individualized family consultation for par- ents of children with autism spectrum disorder. For information, contact Family Voices of North Dako- ta at 1-888-522-9654 or 701-493-2634, or go to their website at http://fvnd.org. The North Dakota Department of Human Serv- ices' Autism Services Division administers the Medicaid autism waiver and a voucher program, and supports statewide training. Information is online at ' svw.nd.gov/dhs/autism/index.html or by. contacting the division at 701-328-8912, toll-fre 800-755-2719, ND Relay. TTY 800-366-6888 or via e-mail at dhsautism@nd.go'v; ;~.~ -~:L:U.2,'.~ =.~'UiJS, i/ 5:--~i 'E~.iii,i i-2"iLiJU- i Collin Poolman, an l lth grad- er at Century High School, Bis- marck Philip Meidinger, an l lth grader at Kenmare Public School, Kenlnare Lindsey Pouliot, a 12th grad- er at Beulah High School, Beulah It is having been selected from such a wide range of students -- Class A and Class B schools from all comers of the state in grades 4- 12 -- that made the selection such a privilege for Peyton. 'I was really honored to be cho- sen," she said. Applicants were asked why they wanted to join the Student Cabinet, and what they believed was the biggest issue facing stu- dents in North Dakota. They were asked to list school mad community involvement and provide letters of recommendation. Peyton cited the rising rate of enrollment exceeding the number of teachers throughout the state as her biggest concern for North Dakota students. "Some students are getting cheated out of extracurricular ac- tivities," she said about a topic she is velN passionate about -- the stu- dent to teacher ratio. "It can real- ly hinder students." The cabinet members were We can do better for our state in education" evaluated and recominended to will have students observe the Baesler by a planning committee legislative process during the Cab- made up of Department of Public inet's first meeting if the Legisla- Instruction administrators. Baesler ture is still in session. and the planning committee made Peyton said that they had only the final selections, just received their agenda last "We wanted to have a group of Friday, but said that initial meet- students who reflect a variety of ing will focus on touring the Capi- school experiences. Some have tol as well as meeting and getting had very positive experiences, to know the other students. while others have been more chal- "Our focus is, we want to en- tenging. Some have had a lot of courage more student engage- school and community involve- ment of all students, to ensure that ment, and others have not," every North Dakota student is re- Baesler said. "We want to know ceiving quality opportunities dur- what we can do to improve the ing their K-12 experience," school experience, build upon Baesler said. what is already working, and For Peyton Cole the experience change what is not." is a step in the right direction for "It's almost really humbling all the right reasons. to see a politician who cares about "It's a great opportunity," she what the students think," Peyton said. 'tWe can do better for our said. "I think the Student Cabinet state in education." is a step toward progressing North Dakota government. The group will have its first meeting with the superintendent at 10 a.m. April 22 in the State Li- brary on the grounds of the North Dakota State Capitol. Supt. Baesler Call 284-6333 today for rates. f Dr. Collette Lessard is a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology at Altru Health System. She sees Grafton area patients monthly at Unity Medical Center. Location: Main Street - Lankin, ND For Info Call Merle: 701-331-1149 For Details & Photos go to: www.midwestauctions.com/schuster Tractors & Skid Loader: t981 Versatile 875 4WD. 4-hyd, 20.8-38 duals 90%. "";~'- ~ 8,300 hours; 1976 Versatile 800 Series 2 4WD, 3-hyd, 18.4-38 duals 40%, 8,430 hours; 1978 Case 2290 2WD, CAH, 2-hyd, .3-pt, PTO, rock box, 18.4-38 tires 80% 5,040 hours; 1986 Bobcat 642B skid steer loader, cab, heater, grapple bucket, 5,800 hours; Trucks & Pickup: 1977 Chevrolet C60 twin screw tandem, 427, 5&4, Grainmaster 20' box/hoist, 12t,000 miles; 1974 Chevrolet C60 twin screw tandem, 366, 5&4. Frontier 20' box/hoist, roll tarp.124,038 miles;. 1971 IHC 1700 single axle, 345, 5&2, 13.5' box/hoist, 202,323 miles; 1979 Chevrolet 20 reg. cab pickup, 4WD, 400, auto, 140,500 miles; Harvest Equip: t985 MF 860 combine, hydro, 3435 hours; 1976 MF 760 combine, gear drive, 3346 hours; 1980 MF 860 combine (for parts); MF 900t header w/Sund 9' pickup; MF 9024 24' rigid head; MF 1859 20' rigid head, finger reel, lifter guards: MF 1859 21' rigid head; (2) MF 1859 headers w/Melroe /'-belt pickups; MF 1859 rigid head w/S&R sunflower attachment; MF 2381 22' rigid head, finger reel; Vulcan 30' single axle header trailer; Shop built header trailer; Versatile 400 20' SP swather, hydro, cab; fillage: WiI-Rich 3400 38' field cult, walking tanderns; JD 1600 27' chisel plow w/3-bar Summers harrow Krause 25' tandem dick, 20" blades: JD 100 16' chisel plow; Melroe 54' spring tooth harrow; Melroe 60' spring tooth harrow: IH 770 6x16" auto reset plow; Dakon 8R30 cultivator; Mowing & Haying: NH 499 12' haybine "~,bL~sickle; haybine; stacker; NH 278 small square baler: bale NH 489 9' NHStackliner t002 3-pt. bale carrier; IH 3-pt. 5' rotary cutter; Wright FM60 3-pt 60" under fence mower; Prairie Hay: 86 Round bales 1-year old prairie hay; 86 Round Bales 2-year old prairie hay; Livestock Equip: NH 790 tandem axle manure spreader: Palco cattle chute; Smidley feeder; 6-ton creep feeder; (6) Old West mineral feeders; (6) Steel hay feeders; Sheep table: Various water tanks; Wagons & Trailers: Parker 375 bu. gravity wagon, double chute; Killbros 200 bu. gravity wagon; McCormick flair side grain wagon; 4-wheel hay trailer; 1994 Titan 5th wheel 30' tri-axle stock trailer; Horse drawn 4-wheel wood wagon; Home built horse drawn sleigh; Planling: John Deere 1060 32' air seeder, disc openers, 6" spacing, w/JD 777 air cart; John Deere 8R30 71 flex planter; John Deere 6R30 71 flex planter; Dakota strip seeder: Grain Handling: Westgo 1305 10"x 61' grain auger. PT0. swing hopper; Versatile 8"x60' grain auger. PTO: Hutchmaster 8"x32' grain auger, 7.5-HP elec. motor; Scoop-A-Second 7"x51' grain auger, no motor: Wood & Conn 1500 grain cleaner; Lowry 1000 bu. hopper bin on wheels; Smith Rolls drag auger; Drill fill auger: Grain aerators; Miscellaneous: Ashland 6-yard scraper; Horvick skid mount sprayer, 60' boom, 500 gal. poly tank, gas engine; Redd Maxx LPG bin heater; Vintage Wayne 505 fuel pump; 1000 gal. fuel tank w/Gas Boy pump; 250 gal. LPG tank: Old West rnineral feed; Cement mixer: (5) New grain bin vents: Truck mount V snow plow; Weed Badger side mount in row tree cleaner; 1980 Honda Express moped; Vintage Evinrude Sportsman outboard motor; Various horse harnesses; Fuel service tank w/pump; 3-pt. trailer mover; Portable air compressor; Fish finder; Metal cabinets & book cases: Scott Schuster Auctioneer Uke us 4338 70th Ave. N. Grand Forks Auctioneers announcements the 701-740-2090 day of sale take precedence over ND LIc. #821 - MN Lic. #60-06-003 any and all advertising Dr. Lessard offers evaluations and management of all obstetric and gynecological conditions, as well as pre-operative and post- operative appointments saving time and travel for you. To schedule an appointment, call 701.780.6618. Please specify that you'd like to see Dr. Lessard in Grafton. MEDICAL CENTER Photo: Submitted TIER Fo, t~.r ~tk LEVEL I 3 -YEAR (must be DMOSQ) $1 5,000 $1 5,000 Above: David and Rebecca Svob(xJny of Park River present a $5,000 check to Rrst Care Health Center Board President Susan Phelps and CEO Louise Dnjburgh. The $5,000 donagon was giv- en by David and Rebecca Svotxclny and Betaseed and will be used to purchase equipment for the Physical Therapy Department at Rrst Care Health Center. HEALTH SYSTEM .i 2 6-YEAR (DMOSQ or NON-DMOSQ) $25,000 $1 5,000 3 $ I 0,000 . $20,000 4 N/A 5 N/A $ I 0,000 Your community, Your paper, COOK Part-time benefitted position (with possibility of going full-time) available with rotating morning /afternoon shifts. Requires a high school diploma or GED and one year of similar food preparation experience. Starting salary at $11.12 - $14.82/hour DOE. Will consider underfilling as a Food Service Assistant, which requires a high school diploma/GED or one year food service experience, $10.32 - $13.76/hour. The Life Skills & Transition Center's impressive benefits package includes: Fully paid health insurance for families individuals Fully paid retirement plan Life insurance Accrued annual and sick leave each month Ten paid holidays per year Shift differential Internal recruitment opportunities Deadline to apply APRIL 24, 2015 Reference Job ID 3003044 Please visit our website and apply on-line www.nd.oovlhrmsl iobslaoDforms.html LIFE SKILLS & TRANSITION CENTER 701 West 6th Street, Grafton, ND Anyone needing assistance or accommodation should contact Julie Kosmatka, 701-352-4284 The State of North Dakota is an Equal Opportunity Employer We operate a drug-free campus. l/nknllN IpoclMist Needed: Communication Specialist (911 Dispatcher): $2,588/month starting, plus benefits. This individual will serve as a communi- cation link with all emergency responders; will monitor and op- erate a variety of communications equipment; and will assist the public with all emergency communication related needs. Requires equivalency to completion of twelfth grade and a clear criminal background history. General experience dealing with the public in a service environment is desirable. Contact Grafton Job Service for testing requirements, application, and additional information located at 927 West 12th Street, Grafton, ND 58237. Position open until filled. Available for post frame construction! Specializing in shops and ag storage buildings. Hundreds of buildings constructed in ND. ! " <