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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 20 8 Right: Adam Joraskie serves up pancakes to Park River BUe Camp rector of Development UI- ly Bullington at the all you can eat pancake breakfast and rummage sale at the Park River Bible Camp held lastweekad. Behh:l Adam is Gary Helland ready with more pan- cakes. Below: Marian Hurtt shows her husband Hamilton a glass dish which was givento her by her grandson years ago. The howl to be used for fruit but her grandson said you could flip it over and use the base for ice cream. Marian now plans to give it backto her grand- son who now has a fam- ily of his own. The couple was shopping at the rum- mage sale at the Park River Bible Camp. !: Photos: Lany Bid comm Contact Allison or Brook at the Walsh County Press 284-6333 or wcpress@polarcomm.com OWENS CORNING I PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Congratula- tions to First Care Health Center on be- coming the first Park River business to be a designated infant- friendly workplace! We thank you for be- ing a positive role model in our com- munity! In Novem- ber, the Walsh Coun- ty Health District re- ceived a grant from the North Dakota Comprehensive Can- cer Control Program to help businesses in the county become designated infant- friendly workplaces. Research has shown that breastfeeding can greatly reduce the risk of cancers in women and infants including breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and childhood leukemia, Lto R: Emily Koenig, Alexa Holt, Megan Thompson; back Lto R: Mar- In order to become cus Lewis, Lori Seim, Tammy Clemetson, and Nicole Olson. a designated infant- friendly workplace, an employer must adopt an approved workplace breastfeeding policy that includes the following requirements: Allowing flexible break times for expression of milk Providing a clean, private space (other than a restroom) for pump- ing/nursing Providing access to a clean water source for washing hands and cleaning breast pump equipment Providing a place for storing breast milk, such as a refrigerator, or a cooler brought in by.the employee The requirements listed above are also the North Dakota state law for employers. This law was passed by legislature in 2009. " -- "I Y If you're mterest in becoming all Infant friend workplace please call Yalsh Coun Health District at 701-352-5139 with any further questions. [] I[] [] [] Shingl le I Stock Colors" Sierra Gray - Estate Gray - Chateau Green Driftwood - Brownwood - Onyx Black -Desert Tan Delivery options available Subject to current stock on hand STORM DOORS (Be Wise and Weatherize) IIII MAIL IN REBATES AVAILABLE t 105 4th St. E. Park River, ND 58270 Phone: 701-284-6266 www.leonsbuildingcenter.com Proudly serving Park River, Grafton, Minto, and surrounding communities.