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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY I 6, 2018 "~ T r'rT T ,~ * r T A T T ~ .n,I-,!-, 1 ~U ~ ~.~ News and Notes from Park River Area School / ;f. - Photo: NDSU Four North Dakota 4-H'ers attend the NalJonal 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C. Pictured are (from left): del- egates Mara Bomemann of Morton County, Gretchen Brummond of Walsh County, Toby 7ikmund of Walsh Coun- ty and Teddy Mayer of Hettinger County, and chaperone Meagan Scott, a 4-H youth development specialist in NDSU Extension's Center for 4-H Youth Development. it's possible to be a leader no mat- their own communities," she notes. ter where you are." The conference was an eye- For Bomemann, the conference opening experience for Mayer. was a reminder of how important "During the National 4-H Con- youth are to communities, ference, I learned how 4-H works "Attending a national conference as a national organization, which ex- such as this was surely a great op- panded my mind on the true impact portunity, but it was certainly no in- of 4-H," he says. vitation to stop being an impactful, Meagan Scott, a 4-H youth de- positive influence on a local or state velopment specialist in North Dako- level," she says. "After having a ta State University's Center for 4- short federal briefing at the U.S. De- H Youth Development, chaper- partment of J istice with my round- oned the North Dakota delegates. table group, I felt exhilarated and "Interacting with these excep- eager to do something within my tional 4-H youth was a privilege," own community, specifically with she says. "Watching the outstand- my local police department and ing young leaders come together school, and in a matter of only two days, put "I only hope that the passion I together such inspiring, creative and brought home from this conference thought-provoking presentations to apply 'my hands to larger serv- in their roundtable groups was ice' can be relayed onto others so definitely impressive. that they may look to the four H's "These four youth are leaders of 4-H and do something within both in their communities and across the state," she adds. "I look forward to seeing the great things that they continue to do." Brummond hopes other 4-H'ers take advantage of attending the National 4-H Conference. "I encourage all 4-H'ers to ap- ply for this, for it has definitely im- pacted my leadership abilities for the better," she says. Applications to serve as a 2019 delegate are due to the North Dako- ta State University Extension Cen- ter for 4-H Youth Development by Aug. l. For more information, contact Rachelle Vettem, an NDSU Extension leadership and volunteer development specialist, at 701- 231-7541 or rachelle.vettem@ndsu.edu. 4-H is a program of NDSU Extension. The North Dakota 4-H Founda- tion sponsored this educational op- portunity. Photo: Submitted Above: (L to R) Jacob Erovick, Kym Er0vick, Charlie Thompson, Jennifer Thompson, Will Magnusson, There- sa Magnusson, and Tom Magnusson. ;! I~ ~P! j " I ~ " "'' ~ ' " r ~ ~ : By Brett Omdahl thmr loved ones. '|bl nls .o tlae evening, sen- PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Park River Fordville- iors were called forward to i resent a rose to their Lankin Aggies baseball team held their second an- mothers. Seniors on this year's baseball team are Ja- nual Mother's Day Meal and Senior Recognition cob Erovick, Tom Magnusson, Will Magnusson, and night on Saturday, May 12. The baseball players es- Charlie Thompson. The Aggies will now focus corted their mothers or grandmothers to the event, their attention on the upcoming Region 4 Baseball The meal featured a taco salad bar with homemade Tournament, which will be held in Park River on May chicken tortilla soup and chocolate and vanilla 21st, 22nd, & 23rd. cake that was made by Mary Martin. While enjoy- Editor's Note: Omdahl is the ParkRiver/Fordville- ing the meal, guests were able to watch a slideshow Lankin Baseball coach and a fourth grade teacher video presentation featuring players and coaches with at Park River Area Elementary. North Dakota Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for 0nly Call your newspaper or 1-866-685-8889 HELP WANTED THE CITY OF HILLSBORO, N.D. seeking full-time city au- ditor. Call 701-636-4620 or email hillsaud@rrv.net for more information. Application deadline is 4pm, Friday, June 1. 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