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Page 12 The Press April 21, 2009i PARK RIVER LIBRARY HOURS Monday: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. SUPPORT GROUP CALENDAR FOR PARK RIVER Sundav: Park River AA ,and Al-Anon. Lorac Hall. at 7 p.m. Wednesday: Park River AA Step Study, Lorac Hall. at 8 p.m. Friday: Park River AA and Al-Anon. Lorac Hall. at 8 p.m. Lorac Hall is located on Third Street, east of Bowl Mor "Lanes in Park River. GOOD SAM AUXILIARY- PR The Good Samaritan Auxiliary will meet the 4th Thin,day of each month at 2:30pm SUPPORT GROUP CALENDAR FOR GRAFTON Monday: A1-Anon & AA - 8 p.m. Tuesday: AI-Anon - 12 noon. ACA (Adult Children Anonymous) for "alco- holic or dysfunctional families, or anyone who would like a better quality of life through the friendship of a group meeting can attend the meetings held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: AA & AI-Anon-8 p.m. Fgiday: Open AA & A1-Anon meeting, third Friday of each month. 8 p.m. Saturday: AA- 10 a.m. Meetings at 98 5th Street East. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Grafton Narcotics Anonymous will be held Thursday nights from 8 to 9 p.m. at the meeting room at 98 5th St. East. ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSTPON EM ENT The Mountain High Experience "Ladies Day" in Mountain, ND on April, 22nd has been postponed due to the water in the area. Rescheduled date to be announced. BFA EXHIBITION Brooke Laura Larson, Unveiled, BFA exhibition, April 20-April 23, 2009 at the Col. Eugene E. Myers Art Gallery, Hughes Fine Arts Center, University of North Dakota. Grand Forks, ND. Gallery Hours Monday - Thursday 11 am-4pm. M EATBALL SUPPER A meatball supper will be served Wednesday, April 22nd from 5-7pro at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Edinburg. The cost is $8 for Adults, $4 for children ages 5-12 and free for children 4 and under. The proceeds will go towards the illumination of the 80 .foot cross that has been erect- ed on the site of the Odalen Lutheran Church. Come relive the meatball suppers hosted by the men of Odalen years ago. Everyone Welcome NCTC "CHILDREN'S DAY" The public is invited to attend North],~nd Community and Technical College's~annual Children sDay on Sunday, April 26th. from 2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.. at the East Grand Forks campus. PLEASANT VALLEY CEMETARY Pleasant Valley Cemetery Association Annual Meeting to be held April 26th, 2009 at Gate City Bank in Park River at 2:00 p.m. Contact Leslie Winther, President for info. PRBC PANCAKE BREAKFAST Pancakes & sausages will be served at Park River Bible Camp from 10:30am -1:30pm on Sunday, April 26th. Everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy the delicious meal in the camp dining hall. A free-will offering will be received. Supplemental funds will be provided by the Grand Forks County Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. For more information. contact the camp office at 701-284- 6795. GUY HEFFTA BENEFIT Benefit for Guy Hefta will be held on Sunday, April 26th from 4:30- 7:30pm at the Adams Auditorium. Grilled burgers, salads and sweets will be served. Donations can be sent to First United Bank. Checks made to Guy Hefta benefit. Supplemental funds being applied for through the Walsh County Chapter of Thrivent. SPAGHETTI SUPPER BENEFIT Spaghetti Supper and Bake Sale ben- efit for Rocio Rayon and her children Daniella and Dennis Castillo. They recently lost their home and belong- ings to a house fire. Tuesday, April 28th from 5-7pm in the High School Commons. Call 284-7164 for deliv- ery in town. Donations can be dropped off at First United Bank in Park River. Checks made out to Castillo Fire Relief Fund. DISTRICT 2 SPRING MEETING District 2 Spring Meeting to be held at the Park River for Legion and Auxiliary members on Wednesday, April 29th. Supper will be at the Park River Legion at 6:30pm. Registration for Auxiliary members at Park River City Hall, meeting at 7:30pro. All members are encouraged to attend. HOEVEN PROCLAIMS SEVERE SUMMER WEATH Bismarck. ND - April 20, 2009 - Governor John Hoeven today pro- claimed April 20 24 Severe Summer Weather Awareness Week. One week, every April, is set aside to focus attention on severe summer weather and the need for the public to be informed and prepared for it. Severe Summer Weather Awareness Week encourages the public, businesses, schools, and gov- ernment agencies to focus on being prepared and being informed about severe summer weather. Severe summer storms can cause damaging winds, hail. rural fires, flash flooding, hazardous materials releases, and power outages. Experience has demonstrated that a well-informed and prepared public can better'cope with and survive life threatening sever summer storms. Lightning/thunderstorms When thunder roars, go indoors When to Seek Safe Shelter: Lightning can strike as far as l0 miles from the area where it is raining. That's about the distance you can hear thunder. If you can hear thunder, you are within striking distance. Seek safe shelter immediately. Outdoor Activities: Minimize the risk of being struck. If you are boat- ing or swimming, get out of boats and away from the water, get to land and find shelter immediately. Most light- ning deaths and injuries occur in the summer. Where organized outdoor sports activities take place, coaches, camp counselors, and other adults must stop activities at the first roar of thunder to ensure everyone time to get a large building or enclosed vehi- cle. Leaders of outdoors events should have a written plan that all staff are aware of and enforce. Indoor Activities-Things to Avoid: Inside building, stay off corded phones, computers, and other electri- cal equipment that put you in direct contact with electricity. Stay away frojn pools, indoor or outdoor, tubs, showers, and other plumbing. Buy sure suppressors for key equipment. Install ground fault protectors on cir- cuits near water or outdoors. When inside, wait 30 minutes after the last strike, before going out again. Helping a Lightning Strike Victim: If a person is struck by light- ning, call 911 and get medical care immediately. Cardiac arrest and irregularities, bums, and nerve dam- age are common in cases where peo- ple are struck by lightning. However, with proper treatment, including CPR if necessary, most .victims survive a lightning strike. You are in no danger helping a lightning victim. The charge will not affect you[ Thunderstorms and lightning are dangerous. With common sense, you can greatly increase your safety and the safety of those you are with. At the first clap of thunder, go a large building or fully enclosed vehicle and wait 30 minutes after the last clap of thunder to back outside. Extreme Heat Stay indoors as much as possible and limit expo.sure to the sun. Stay on the lowest ~]oor out of the sunshine if air conditioning is not available. Consider spending the warmest part of the day in public buildings such as libraries, schools. movie theaters, shopping malls, and other community facilities. Circulating air can cool the body by increasing the perspiration rate of evaporation. Eat well-balanced. light, and regular meals. Avoid using salt tablets unless directed to do so by a physician. Drink plenty of water. Persons who have epilepsy or heart. kidney, or liver disease; are on fluid- restricted diets; or have a problem with fluid retention should consult a doctor before increasing liquid intake. Limit intake of alcoholic beverages. Dress in loose-fitting. lightweight, and light-colored clothes that cover as much skin as possible. HEARING SCREENING TEST Dial a Hearing Screening Test is a free digital recorded telephone hearing screen- ing test that will allow Park River and surrounding area residents to check their hearing levels in the privacy of their own homes. DAHT is market approved by the Food and Drug Administration and designed to promote better hearing health. Call 1-800-222-EARS(3277), 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CST. BRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS Brain injury support group meets the first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Villa De Remer Community Room in Grafton. Contact Options at 1-800-726- 3692. AWARDS BANQUET The Awards Banquet will be held at Fordville-Lankin High School on Wednesday, April 29th. Potluck Dinner begins at 6:00 p.m. Public is invited to attend. 9OTH BIRTHDAY PARTY 90th Birthday celebration for Dorothy Gillespie on Saturday, May 2rid from 2-4pm at the Park River Federated Church. No gifts please. Everyorle Welcome VAARLIV LODGE MEETING Vaarliv Lodge 4-486 will meet May 2, 2009 at the Fairdale Community Center at 5pro Cooking Classes. Lunch by Ione Kjelaas and Eloise Holmes. WFLA KOSOBUD LODGE The WFLA Kosobud Lodge will hold their next meeting on Sunday, May 3, 2009 at the Lankin Senior Citizen Center. The 50 year members are invited to attend this meeting. It begins with a 12:30pm potluck din- ner, with a 1:30pm meeting to follow. Plan to attend this meeting SPRING SPLENDER TEA May Day "Spring Splendor Tea", Garnett Home in St Thomas. ND. Sund.ay, May 3rd, Open House from 2-5pm. $10 per ticket available at the door. CALL 284-6333 TO PLACE YOUR ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY! ER AWARENESS WEEK Protect face and head by wearing a wide-brimmed hat. Check on fam- ily, friends, and neighbors who do not have air conditioning and who spend much of their time alone. Never leave children or pets alone in closed vehicles. Avoid strenuous work during ~he warmest part of the day. Use a buddy system when working in extreme heat. and take frequent breaks. Flash Flood - Turn around. don't drown. Here's what you can do once flooding has started to keep your family safe. Fill bathtub~ sinks and jugs with clean water in case water becomes contaminated. Listen to a battery- operated radio for the latest storm information. If local authorities instruct you to do so, turn off all util- ities at the main power switch and close the main gas valve. If told to evacuate your home. do so immedi- ately. If the waters start to rise inside your house before you have evacuated, retreat to the second floor, the attic, or if necessary, the roof. Floodwaters may carry raw sewage, chemical waste and other disease- spreading substances. If you've come in contact with floodwaters, wash your hands with soap and disinfected water. Avoid walking through floodwaters. As little as six inches of moving water can knock you off your feet. Don't drive through a flooded area. If you come upon a flooded road. turn around and go another way. A car can be carried away by just two feet of flood water. Electric current passes easily through water. so stay away from downed power lines and electrical wires. Animals lose their homes in floods, too. Be aware that even domesticated ani- inals may be confused and unpre- dictable in a flood situation. T.O.P.S. T.O.P.S. #558, Edinburg, meets at Grace Free Lutheran Church. Hwy 9. Edinburg, on Mondays at 6 p.m., weigh- in meeting time is 6:30 p.m. Contact Zelma Peterson at 35:2-1439. CANCER SUPPORT MEETINGS A Cancer Support Group meeting is held every third Thursday at 7 p.m. at the senior living apartments al the Good Samaritan Center in Park River. WEIGHT WATCHERS Weight Watche~ mee(Tuesday nights at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. Grafton. Weigh-in is from 5:30-6 p.m. and the meeting starts at 6 p.m. BULLY BUSTING WHAT: A bullying prevention infor- mation session for parents and school officials to learn how they can work together to prevent bullying in school and the community WHERE: Park River Community Room, Park River. ND WHEN: 7 PM, Monday May 4th, 2009 WHY: Childhood bullying is a very serious problem and learning how you can help both the bully and the bullied as well as how you can encourage peer bystanders to help is very important. Information on phys- ical, emotional, and cyberbullying will be available. DISCLAIMER: This session is intended to be educational in nature. This means that it is not a place to blame other children, parents, or the school for a child's behavior or emo- tional problems. It is a place to learn about ways to make your community and school safe for all children. Information presented by Emilia S. Boeschen, MA. FCHC Psychology Intern ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK POLAR COMMUNICATIONS, a competitive and growing telecom- munications company located in Park River, ND, has an opening for an Accounts Payable Clerk to perform duties related to accounts payable for Polar and its sub- sidiaries. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties will involve being responsible for the accounts payable, and assist in keeping proper work order records, continuing property records, and inventory records. QUALIFICATIONS: Associate's degree (AAS) or equivalent from two-year college~university; with one to two years of related experi- ence, BENEFITS: This position offers a progressive salary range of $21,840 to $27,040 along with a full benefit package, including pension and savings plans, 401(k), free disability coverage, life insurance, paid time off, and health, dental and vision insur- ances. A complete job description and Polar Application form can be obtained from company website at www.thinkpolttr.oom. APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 24, 2009 Please send cover letter, Polar Application and resume to the following address: Polar Communications Attn: HR Administrator PO Box 270 \ Park River, ND 58270-0270 Polar Communications is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Classified Rate: First in~rtion is 20 per word with a minimum charge of $5.15. Second insertion and subsequent insertions are 10 per word with a minimum of $3.15. Advertising Deadline: Thursday at Noon. Publication Day: Monday Delivered: Tuesday FOR RENT Rent Assistance: 2 bedroom, apart- ments for rent. Eligible tenants would .not pay more than 30% of their adjust- ed gross income for rent. Other income levels or singles may qualify. This includes all utilities. For more informa- tion call 701-284-7766, 1-800-328- 1601, or TDD 1-800-366-6888. EHO. a3-ufnc 2BD Apts in Park River $470.00. Call 284-7766, 1-800-328-160t, or TDD 1- 800-366-6888. EHO. j5-ufnc One Bedroom Apt, Heat Paid, Call 284-7833 j13-ufnc LOTS FOR SALE Nine lots avail on Hilltop Drive, located S of the School. 140x100 lot size with paved streets. Call 284-6262 or 331- 0994. o l ufc FOR SALE L(.)(.)K- North Dakota's Best Home Value! We have a full line of Modular and Manufactured homes to fit any family's needs and budget, including a variety of mortgage options. Visit our home center to see what is new for 2009! Greater Dakota Homes. Devils Lake, ND 701- 662-7222 or 800-450-7222 www.ndhousing.com f2 4-ufnc FOR SALE For Sale 12-row Row crop cultivator. John Deere 845 model, excellent condi- tion. Call Cameron 701-593-6329 a21c HELP WANTED Full-Time & Part-Time employees needed. New equipment. Auto-Steer Equipped, Tractor operators & Truck drivers. Wage depending upon experi- ence. Call Eric 701-520-0574 a7-28c First Care Health Center has an imme- diate flex-time position available in the dietary department. For more informa- tion, contact Sandy Rostvet 284-4564. Send letter of application and resume to Louise Dryburgh, First Care Health Center, PO Box I, Park River, ND 58270. Applications accepted through April 21. First Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer. a14-a 21c WANT TO BUY Wanted to buy: Old style gas pumps either electric or manual, oil and grease cans, oil dispensers, globes and signs. I'm interested in anything associated with the advertising or use of gas station products. Please call George in Park River at 284-6219. a 14-m 19c OPENING Opening May 1 Gramies Shoppe Painted Furniture. vintage wicker, rock- ing chairs, jewelry, framed pictures, don primatives & much more. N end of Cavalier on Hwy 5 701-265-3790 North Dakota Newspaper for as low as Contact this newspaper for details HELP WANTED DIVIDE COUNTY SCHOOL District in Crosby, North Dakota, is seeking a Superintendent of Schools for the 2009-2010 ~hool year. Contact Sylvia Darras. Business Manager, (701) 965-6313. JOB OPENING: CITY Auditor. Leeds, ND. PT. Application deadline April 24. Mail to Ci~ of Leeds, PO Box 331, Leeds. ND 58346. Questions? Call: (701) 466-2930. GOODRICH FARMERS CO-OP Elevator is currently seeking an elevator manager due to retirement. Salary based on experience, with benefits. Contact Mark Demke (701) 884-2632 or Cell (7011 226-5023 or send resume to: Box 1"44. Goodrich. ND. 58444. IOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN: WILLING to relocate to the Harvey, ND area. Full-time, competitive salary plus benefits. Call Floyd m (701) 252- 1399 or fax resume to: (70t) 252-6322. HELP WANTED: COMBINE and Truckdrivers for harvest ran. 2-7 months employment, wage depending on expe- rience. Home: (701) 662-1955, Shop: (701) 395-4311. Cell: (701) 351-1955 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY SPECIALITY RESTAURANT IN Jamestown. Lea~sed space. Tremendous opportunity for owner operator. Selling for depreciated wdue of equipment. (701) 252-6264. LOOMIX FEED SUPPLEMENTS is ~eking Dealers. Motivated individuals with cattle knowledge and community ties. Contact Kristi @ (800) 870- 0356/kboen@loomix.com to find out if there is a Dealership opportunity in your area. PdEAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED: MINERAL INTER- ESTS-Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co, We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946. Denver. CO 80201. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDINGS LIMITED Stock/Select Colors. 2)30x40x12. 2)40x60x12. 40x60x14. 50xl00xl6. 60x150xt4. 80xlr0x14. t00x250x16. First come. First Served! Factor}' Direct! Locally Owned! Call: (800) 741-9262 Ask for Eric. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names. addresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspapers, radioFfV stations, spe- cialty publications. Only $25. ND Newspaper Association. (701) 223- 6397. EVERY NORTH DAKOTA newspa- per. That's where your 25-word classi- fied ad will appear for only $150. Contact this newspaper for details. BUSINESS FOR SALE SANDWICH SHOP FOR sale in Bismarck that features subs. clubs, soups, chili and deserts. Contact Steve at Aspen Group: (701 ~ 223-2450. MISCELLANEOUS DITCH YOUR DIAL-UP! 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