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APRIL 18, 2012" THE PRESS PAGE 3 m, t Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: e P Park River High School will present 'Tiny Tim Runs a Marathon' by Jonathan Dorf at 7:00 P.M. on Friday, April 20 in the elementary gym BECOME A SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR $20.00 A MONTH/ CALL THE PRESS 284-6333 TooA ,. COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 Crh-nP( ; ..samaritan Q 'So zictv Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-7115 AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 NITED Park River - 284-7244 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton - 352-3668 l 110 4th St. E Park River [ __284"7221 J,m's Super Yalu 284-6433 101 3rdSL W, ,; ...... ...... Park River For all your dinner needs! i arks .., ecfeall0n PARKS AND REC REPORT BY TODD KJELLAND MVVVW. pRIpARKS.COM Communication is How do we get, "In the know"'. We read, research, ask questions, attend meetings and genuinely have an interest in "Knowing". Communication is defined as : the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs. There are many forms of communication today; newspapers, radio, TV, emaiL texting, phone, newsletters, internet sites, Facebook, Twitter, word of mouth to name a few. Unfortunately every person has their own preferred way to get "in the know". One of the areas I noticed when I started this job was that communication between the Parks Department and with the public was limited. In the past two years ] have incorporated a Parks and Rec web site and Facebook page to bring communications into the present. These single two fomas of communication are the most cost effective and time effective ways to reach as many people as possible. I will be incorporating a monthly newsletter by email next month to also increase the commtmity communication. The primary means ofcomnmnication for the Parks mad Rec will be our Facebook page and web site. Both are available to access at www.pr- parks.com. We also use Google Calendars for our sports schedules which you can set up to notify you by email or textwhen changes occur. If you need help setting up a Facebook account or Google Calendars account to receive our notices, I would be happy to set up a class to help get you get started. There will be a lot of information regarding the Park District coming up this spring and summer and this is a very busy time for all of us. I will do my best to post information in atimely manner on Facebook and on the website, but you can always give me a call or text message at 701- 331-2956. Reach Kjelland at- 701 284 6005 or prparks'andrec@live.com Reorganization meeting planned PARK RIVER, N.D. -- West- Thursday, April 19 at 7:30 pm in em W'alsh County soon may be de- the Alumni Room to gather input veloping a new school district. The from people who reside in the dis- Park River School Board has been . trict. The community is being approached by the Adams School asked to help decide whether or not Board about a possible reorganiza- to move forward. tion beginning in 2013-14. A pub- Information: Superintendent lic meeting will be held on Kirk Ham701-284-7164. ' Searching for area veteran photos PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The pictures scanned a to a photo file that Park River American Legion iswould play on a T.V. monitor which seeking photos from area veterans, wilt become part of the Walt of Honor All area veterans are encouraged to theme. bfin~acopyoftheirmiiitarypicfiireto Please include vour name :rank, ~N'~6fiN'dh at the Park River Hl~h dates ot service, and the brarieh of School. It is theRto have these service you served in: .: . " Good Sam hosts pantry collection ILl .................. 11 PARK RIVER, ND. The I da - , Advertise in The Press to ]Good Samaritan Center in Park I ...1 ...a,Z I River is the designated drop spot ! wevauverus,ng ,ma,.eom ' for the Walsh County Food Pantry I I - ........... ., this April Lifeline Tile Leader In Personal Response and Support Services ( ilh lea sing) 1 Br Apts Park Court Apts - Park River All utilities paid **Income Based** Private Entrance with NO STEPS // / CallVicki 701-331-3826 \) .... 701-352-2275 Professionally Managed by Prairie Homes Management 1-888-893-9501 TrY 1-800-366-6888 EHO Any canned or dried food items are being collected. They can be dropped offat the front office. The Good Sam has set a cdlection goal of 200 items. How Lifeline Works To Get You Help Fast If you need help, push your personal help button, which automatically dials the Lifeline Response Center. Trained Personal Response Associates who have instant access to your pertinent information will contact you immediately to see h , w at help you need. Even ff you can t answer, Lifeline will send the help you need right away and will follow-up to ensure that help did arrive and you are being cared for. Sam lfiran ,FVOUA.EAT.,SKCALL Ltfdine S ieb'. 284.7115 Par~ River "--"""-~'~ Good Samaritan Campus III Engagement Announcement Thompson- Wendeln Jeni Thompson and Rhett Wendeln announce their engagement. Parents are John and JaneThompson, Park River, ND; and Michael andVictoria Wendeln, Pinehurst,TX. Jeni graduated in 2004 from Park River High School and in 2008 from Minnesota State University Moorhead with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. She is currently teaching in Houston,TX. Rhett graduated in 2002 from Tomball High School in Tomball, TX. He graduated in 2006 from Texas A&M University with a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. He currently works at Spectra Energy in Houston,TX as a Supervising Engineer. A July 28th wedding is planned at St. Mary's Catholic Church with a reception to follow at the American Legion Coliseum in Park River, ND. Lankin Legion Auxiliary news By LorettaMcLaughlin include the Fordville Lankin LANKIN, N.D. -- The School Prom Party. The Relay of Lankin Legion Auxiliary unit met Life, the "No Fear All Faith Monday, April 2 with 10 Youth Group and the Bridgette members attending. Chaplin Jehlicka Benefit fund. A card was Trudy recited the opening prayer send to Mary Hodny who is in the followed by a moment of silence, hospital recuperating from an Pledge of AHegiance and the accidental fall PreambleilMarlyS Carlson won We will be judging the the attenda cepr]ze(ailmeinbers students poppy posters at our name drawn 'as Genell Jall01 next meeting in May. she was not present. Minutes and Being no more business to Treasurers reports were given, take care, Trudy read the closing prayer, Pam adjourned the We are sending 3 girls to Girls meeting. State. Discussions were held Editor k Note." McLaughlin is about the Legion Ticket Party secretary .[br the Lankin meal, and the member's dues. American Legion Auxiliary Unit Donations we are donating to 157. N m m will be open Monday, April 23rd at 10am : OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK l 1st 100 people who purchase any greenhouse item will receive a free gift! N Bedding plants, veggie plants, hanging baskets, and specialty items available! * Available at our park Ri~n only~. 2 ,t t' 201 2 0akdd With Limited Life/ling rrenty E ective thru April 30, 2012 Cash and Carry $ 26.99 per bundle Delivery is Available Stock Colors: Sierra (;ray - Estate (;ray - DriitwotM - Brownwood (:hah au (;n;en - (h/yx Black -Desem.'lhn PO Box R, 105 4th St E. IXdrk River, Nil) 58270 Phone 701-284-62f Fax 701-284-6211 www.leonsbuiidingeen ter.eom Proven and Effective Leadership for District 10, our State, and our Nation www.senatorolafson.com In the Legislature, Senator Olafson has worked hard to: Develop good working relationships with legislators in both chambers. - Identify needed legislation that would receive the support of the members of the Legislature. - Secure passage of the legislation he introduced 2011 - Prime Sponsored 12 Bills - All 12 passed by a wide margin. 2007-2011 - Prime Sponsored 26 Bills - 23 passed. Senator Olafson - Working Hard - Getting Things Done. (Paid by Senator Olafson Campaign Fund, Steve Holm, Chair) I