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i \\; Page. 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS " WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2015 f RLND seeking participants ['or seventh class FARGO, ND - If you want to improve your thrm or ranch oper- ation, business, organization or community and develop your per- sonal skills, the North Dakota State University Extension Ser- vice's Rural Leadership North Dakota program can help. Rural Leadership North Dako- ta (RLND) is looking for partici- pants for its seventh class, which begins in November. RLND is an 18-month leader- ship development program that prepares leaders for North Dako- ta's future. The program includes in-state seminars with experts; tours of agricultural and commu- nity businesses; out-of-state trips (Washington, D.C., and Min- neapolis in 2016) to meet with agricultural, business and gov- ernment leaders; and a trip to an- other country (destination to be de- termined) to learn about interna- tional agricultural and communi- ty issues. Previous classes have visited Brazil, Costa Rica and Panama. ' The program helps participants enhance their leadership skills, such as thinking critically and creatively, communicating effec- tively, self-awareness, decision making, strategic planning and managing conflict. They also learn about agricultural and rural poli- cy, the agricultural economy and future trends that could affect North Dakota, finding innovative ways to fund local and regional de- velopment projects, marketing, civic engagement, the value of coalitions and partnerships, in- dustry and community advocacy, and how to work with the state Legislature. In addition, participants create a network of contacts and re- sources they can continue to tap into fbr ideas, answers and support long after they graduate from the program. "Rural Leadership North Dako- ta is the premier statewide lead- ership program in North Dakota," says Marie Hvidsten, RLND pro- gram director. "If you are seeking a once-in-a-lifetime oppommity to learn more about yourself, the state, country and world to help move North Dakota forward, then we want you in Class VII of the RLND program.'" Participants also find a way to use the skills they've learned to strengthen their operation, busi- ness, organization, community or region. For example, one member of the RLND class of 2013-15 is worldng on opening a grocery store in Fordille. Another class member is work- ing on getting mental health edu- cation in Ellendale schools. Oth- er class members have developed efforts to grow plants in the ele- mentary school in Thompson, start a heifer exchange program in Dickinson and hold a golf tour- nament to raise scholarship funds in Carrington. "Through the REND program, I have leamed to step outside of the classroom and imlnerse myself in a variety of cultural experiences, which has helped me become a true leader," says 2013-15 class member Julie Gemlnill of Fordville. "Participating in the RLND program helped me build confidence, character and com- munication skills to form invalu- able connections at the regional, national and international levels. Applying for the RLND program was one of the best career deci- sions I have made." The tuition for the RLND pro- gram is $3,750. That covers all meals, hotels and travel expenses such as buses during in-state sem- inars and airfare to out-of-state seminars. Participants are re- sponsible ibr their travel costs to in-state seminars and points of de- parture for out-of-state seminars. The deadline to apply to join the class of 2015-17 is June 15. Ap- plicants must have been a state res- ident for at least a year and be able to attend all of the seminars. For more information or to register or nominate someone for the class, visit RLND's'website at http://www.ag.ndffftfii:l;'send an email to ndsu.ruralleader- ship@ndsu.edu or call (70 i) 231- 5803. Also check out RLND on Facebook at http://tinyurl.com/lnfnvqb. One hundred eleven people from 65 communities in 36 coun- ties have participated in RLND since it began in November 2003. f Dr. Jason Go, cardiologist, sees patients at First Care Health Center in Park River and Unity Medical Center in Grafton. Location: Main Street- Lankin, For Info Call Merle: 701-331-1149 For Details & Photos go to: www.midwestauctions.com/schuster Tractors & Skid Loader: 1981 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 6428 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, 121,000 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: 1985 MF 860 combine, hydro, 3435 hours; 1976 MF 760 combine, gear drive, 3346 hours; 1980 MF 860 combine (for parts); MF 9001 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 7-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; Tillage: WiI-Rich 3400 38' field cult, walking tandems; 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 double sickle; NH 489 9' haybine; NHStackliner 1002 bale stacker; NH 278 small square baler: 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. PTO, 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 Roils 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 mineral 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; Sch00 Scott Schuster Auctioneer Auctlianeering/ Like = 4338 70th Ave. N. Grand Forks Auctioneers announcements the 701.740-2090 day of sale take precedence over ND LIc, #821 MN Uc, #60-06-003 any and all advertising Above: (L-R) Dennis Helt, Commander; Gary Greicar, 1st Vice; Paul Daley, Adjutant; Jim Mosolf, Rnanciai Officer and David Daley, Sgt. Arms. (Not pictured are George Moen, Chaplin, Dan Stenvold, Service Officer and Marvin Collins, Past Commander.) Legion Post 147 selects officers, honors Iongtime members PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River American Legion Post 147 met on Monday, April 6 where they held their annual election of officers. Marvin Collins became Past Com- mander as Dennis Helt took over the Commander position. Gary Greicm has been named 1st Vice Com- mander. Additional appointments are as tbllows: Paut Daley, Adjutant; Jinx Mosolf, Financial Officer and David Daley, Sergeant at Arms; George Moen, Chaplin; and Dan Stenvold, Service Officer. In addition to elections, the members of Post 147 paid tribute to several members who have re- mained dedicated to the organiZa- tion. Members presented with plaques for 60 years of continuous mem- bership iticlude George ..2stad .... nd DvidPraska . :!' !ii Members presented with pues for 50 years of continuous mem- bership include Leroy Monson, Norman Hogfoss, Jr., and Edward Loraas. ,, Photo: Submitted Above: Members presented  plaques for years of continuous membership are (L-R) Leroy Monson (50 years); George Walstad (60 years); David Praska (60 years); Norman Hogfoss, Jr (50 years) and Edward Loraas (50 years). I Your community. Your paper. I Walsh County Press 284-6333 ,jr' 'r'r "t""  Data Warehouse ETL Developer SOL Server I ntegmo.n  (SSIS); . y " Stored S,L. procedures; Dimensional modeling & databases; Business intelligence tools. -k #r Storage Systems Administrator ") . SAN, NAS, Backup. Y " Benefits include: Family Paid Health Care, . ll Pension Plan, Sick & Holiday Pay, -)l & Flexible Work Schedule. I  J! Contact us at Ptw.nd.govllTD/ - 701;328.1004 or TTY t.800.366.6888 I Dr. Go is a board certified cardiologist from Altru Health System treating cardiovascular disease, and congenital and structural heart conditions. Talk to your doctor about a referral to Dr. Go, or call Altru Cardiology at 701.780.6236 to schedule your appointment in Park River or Grafton. 00Altru Wednesday, May 13, 2015 - 10:00 a.m. CT) ............ ii=i00iefiiiini 00iiia Ci:00iwi gi0000ice ....... stimates ..7;'..-- Problems Solved " - Thousands of Satisfied Customers Transferable Warranty Licensed-Insured Providing Realistic Solutions MN License #20542636 ND License #38488 800-348-6247 i www.safedrybase ment.com Leaky basements made dry Drain tile & baseboard systems Buckling walls corrected Foundation repair & wall crack repair Egress window installation 4ent Water Controlled oviding Service Since 1967 E(iRE$;__..I Se(:ure I .oD-,,G,Pw^a ANt.oRs WIND6WS D--'-L=..J $TABIL-L0 FOUNDArl0N PIERS SUMMER TIME FUN Ca00p. F00ime00/ii Union 160 +/- ACRES GRAND FORKS COUNTY, ND LAND AUCTION Excellent Red River Valley cropland with strong cropping history and Soil Productivity Indexes north of Larimore, North Dakota. This property features 160 acres and will be offered in two parcels. New owner shall have immediate possession on Parcel 2. IL'lllq I [el  I I1[oI#.,II/[a]  Ill :11l, )] iii..li [q i ] ill],Zq]i[11 ;- :, ,l ;, PARCEL ONE: Acres: 80 +/- egah NV NE 23-152-55 Elm Grove Township) Cropland: 72.3 +/- Soil Productivity Index: 73 Subject to Cropland lease through 2015 crop year. PARCELTWO: Acres: 80 +/- Legal: North 80 acres of Lots 1 & 2 in 6-152-54 (HegtonTownship) Cropland: 74.14 +/- $oil Productivity Index: 73.7 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION! CONTACT: Bob Pifer 701.371.8538 or bob@pifers.com OWNERS: Robert & Camilla Stover This sale is managed by Pifer's Auction & Reatty, All stateents made tile day of the auctiort tlke pr:ederl(e over all printed n aterlals. The selle re,erves tl, fight Io reject o accept any and a!l bids. Pifer's Auction g f!eatt y ! 06 !9til ?,re S, Mrx)lht ad. MN 56560 Kevin Pifer, N O # 715 Pifer's www.pifers.com 877.700.4099 I,AND AUCTIONS i \>.,,