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': ~ " 22: :. . , THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 2018 Page 13 I I I Photos: Larry Bid Left: Park River Area's Brooke Shirek watches her chip shot at the ninth hole. Brooke finished 1 lth as the Park River Area girls team finished second behind Langdon in the Park River Invilalional. Middle: Drayton High School Titans Taylor Stegman watches her approach shot at the seventh hole at the Park River Invita onal. Right: Gralton Spoilers Ainsley McLain finished third at the Park River Invitalional. Park River Regionals are set for May 17. The state compelition will take place May 29 and 30 at Dakota Winds Golf Course in Hankinson, N.D. 1 By Kevin Skavhaug, of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- On a windy day on the toughest course in the to win their third straight tournament in four outings. The Aggie boys course that gave the team some trouble. Grafton won the meet with a shot above their average, but it was on a day where no team could solve 329 and Langdon finished second with a 344. the Larlmore course. The Aggies shot 367. Jace Jehlicka was the Ag- The Aggies will end their regular season tomorrow at the boys re- gie low man with an 81. Three other Aggie golfers all shot 92's. gional tournament in Langdon. The Aggies are the defending region region, the Aggie boys golf team prevailed over a seven team field The Aggies missed the mark last Thursday as they shot a 344 on a champs. ' ~1 ~ == 1 =I ;;; = ; n. i,=" ; VE' Hosted by the Walsh County Veterans Service Office. . The purpose of the Work- GRAFTON, N.D. -- Congratulations to ' ' , Marvin Windows & Doors on becoming a designated infant- friendly workplace! We thank you for be- ing a positive role model in our com- munity! In Novem- ber, the Walsli Coun- ty Health District re- . ceived a grant from the North Dakota Comprehensive Can- cer Control Program Lto R: Dennis Borowiez, Annette er-Skaro, V' ki Ham to help businesses in the county become designated infant-friendly workplaces. H WORKSHOP WHEN: THREE SESSION What does the term ', !nfant-friendly" mean? In North Dakota, 2:00, 3:00, & 4:00 P.M "infant-friendly" means breastfeeding-JS-iendly=" WHERE: GRAFTONVA In 2009, North Dakota passed legislation to protect a woman's right to breastfeed/pump in any location, public or private. When the law was passed, the legislation stated an employer can use the designation of"infant-friendly" if the employer adopts a workplace breastfeeding policy following these guidelines: Allowing flexible break times for expression of milk Providing a clean, private space (other than a restroom) for pump- ing/nursing 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 by the employee The designation of an "infant-friendly" workplace can often get con- fused with the thought that an infant can be brought to work. This is not the case, although some workplaces have put infant at work poli- cies into place. We thank all of our local businesses who have become designated infant-friendly workplaces! For more information about infant-friendly nation, Contact W; County Health District CLINIC (CBOC) Conference Room 1 31 9 West 11 th Street Grafton, ND 58237 shop is to sit down with groups of Veterans at the same time to review the HealthCare Application, answer questions, and possibly sign up forVA HealthCare. 'The event is open to all Veterans who are not yet enrolled in the VA Health- Care System. To complete an application you will need to bring an accurate account of your 2017 income and medical expenses for your household, and a Copy of your DD214 - Dischar.qe paper. For more information or if you would like an application mailed out to you ahead of the Workshop, call the Walsh CountyVSO at (701) 352-5030. at (701) 352-5139.