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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS ° WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017 GRAND 'FORKS, N.D. --Eight Welsh County 4-H youth par- ticipated in the 4-H Aerospace Camp. This 4-H special interest pro- gram for youth was held in Grand Forks on April 9th. Marit Ellingson, • Dahl n; Connor Hodek, Fordville; Jon- ah Zikmund, Pisek; An- drew Zikmund, Pisek; Justin Jurgens, Park River; John Beneda, Park River; Kaleb Hod- ny, Park River and An- drew Johnson, Park River; received hands- on experience in the aerospace field by vie- control and career op- portunities. They were also given the opportu- nity to take the controls in an aircraft simulator. The program, which is designed to meet youths' growing de- mand for science, en- gineering and technol- ogy education, was sponsored by the North Dakota 4-H Founda- tion in cooperation with NDSU Extension Serv- ice, Center for 4-H Youth Development and LIND Aerospace Science. The program was coordinated by Ken o ......o ....... O1- "" ? to treat. But if it's detected in time, new treatments are now available that can cure it. Testing and "iYeatment If you're between ages 52 to 72, or fall into one ofthe previously list- ed high risk categories, you should see your primary care doctor for a ba- sic blood test to determine whether you have ever been infected with hep- atitis C. This is a relatively inexpensive test and typically covered by health insurance under routine medical care. If the test is negative, no further testsare needed. But, if the test is pos- itive, you'll need another test called HCV RNA, whicli will show whether the vires is still active. If you test positive, you have chronic hepatitis C and will need to talk to your doctor about treatment options. If you're infected, but have no liv- er damage, your doctor should monitor your liver at your annual physi- cal. The main treatments for chronic hepatitis C today are several new FDA approved antiviral medications that have a 95 percent cure rate. Compared to older treatments, these new medications have minimal side effects. Un- fortunately, all the new drugs are very expensive - a 12-week treatment course can cost anywhere from $50,000 to $90,000. Not all health insurance plans, including Medicare Part D plans, cov- er all prescribed medications for hepatitis C. And due to the expensive na- ture &these medications, most insurance plans require that you meet sev- eral requirements in order to get coverage. If your insurance provider doesn't cover the antiviral therapy your doc- tor recomnaends, fllcz~ ~u-c finaslcial a~istance option~ available. To look for help, visit HEPC.liverfoundation.org and put your cursor on "Reso " and click on "What ifI need Financial Assistance to Pay for Treatment?" And for more hepatitis C information, along with a quick online quiz you can take to determine your risks, see CDC.gov/knowmorehepatitis. You can also get information over the phone by calling the national toll- flee HELP-4-HEP helpline at 877-435-7443. Send your senior questions to. Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit Savvy- Seniororg. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "The Savvy Sen- ior'" book• sides of the arms In the full-length mirror. Check your scalp by part- ing your hair with a comb. Step 4: Check the genital area, buttocks,• front and back of your thighs, shins, bottom of feet, calves, lower and upper back and the back of your neck In the hand mirror. And remember, be sure to check these more uncommon ar- eas: in between fingers and toes and their nails. Be sun savvy. Protect yourself from skin cancer. • Any questions about this col- umn or something else may be di- rected to the NDSU Extension of- fice in Welsh County at 284:6624, or email me at: jamie.med- bery@ndsu.edu. I would be glad to help! Sources." Abby Plucker, NDSU student di- etitian, andJulie Garden-Robinson, NDSU Ex- tension food and nutrition specialist I~-T~-"~--~r- -"r' ~-T~-"~- -'T'_" ~_'_~._- _'~_.'__-"~ _d[ ~7 -- -7 ~.--77~ -7 ~./~-77~.-__- ..7 -----~7~.;~.;--7 .7 21. %.,I JL; JL forward. If you are experiencing . especially weight bearing and Polovltz, Assistanth t 1 iting the John D. Ode- ' ' e'gh oss or your spine is curv- muscle strengthening exercises gard School of Aero- Dean; Chris Naas, Spe- ing, be sure to consult your doc- o Eat foods that are good for space Sciences on the cial Events Coordinator toror healthcare professional im- bone health, such as fruits and veg- University of Northand Lindsey Leker, 4-H mediately• etables. Dakota cam us Youth Development P " • • ' o Avoid smoking and limit al- Partici ants learned Speclahst What can van . n .teet Photos: Submitted p ...... , ..... .,. do, t .... ro .... Top: (L to R) Madt Ellingson, Connor H0dek, Jonah 7ikmund, Andrew Zikmund, Justin Jurgens, about man3 ; ispects qL"' 4-H is the youth ed: yo i- rnes? : >; ::" ; i cohol intake to no more than 2,3 • ., . .... . ..................... ............ . ....... ,-, .... - .................... , ........ i drinks per day.. ' ; ....... i the principles of fl ght ucatlonal component ] o enough catcmm and( w- John Beneda, Kaleb H0dny, Andrew Johnson. Above: Andrew Johnson taking the controls in an and aerospace science, -of the NDSU Exten- tamin D and eat a balanced diet• ...... ' ' .... ' .... ' Adapted from the National Osteoporosis aircraft simulator, including air traffic sion Service. o Engage in regular exercise, Foundation FARGO, N.D. -- Leadership de- ence. The event features a concert service project, attend a banquet and Youth Development• velopment is the focus o[this year's by Tigirlily; a keynote address dance, make new friends and catch Nearly 100 participants from Extension Youth Conference, which from Katie Pinke, who has expe`ri- up with old friends, throughout North Dakota attend will be held June 19-22 at North ence with agriculture and market- "The conference energizes North the annual event• Dakota State University m Fargo. ing, and is general manager and Dakota youth and empowers them "It is an amazing conference The conference is open to any publisher at AgWeek; team/leader- with the tools necessary todevelop that gives youth opportunities, to young person who has completed ship building with the North Dako- leadership skills, learn about ca eei" grow as leaders, meet lifelong paths, and form partnerships and friends and have some fun," says seventh through 12th grade• Par- ta National Guard; and leadership friendships with youth from di- Holly Johnson, a North Dakota 4- ticipants do not need to be a 4-H development with NDSU profes- verse backgrounds, volunteers, Ex- H Ambassador. "EYC offers moti- member to attend, sionals, tension staff and communities," vational speakers, service learning "Building a Foundation of Lead- Participants also will take career says Sue Quamme, a 4-H youth de- opportunities, engaging workshops ership" is the theme of the confer- and interest tours, participate in a velopment specialist in the NDSU and more! I would highly encour- Extension Service's Center for 4-H age all youth who are able to attend H idng Management Position Position requires .oversight of agronomy, fertilizer, fuel a:nd hardware departmef ts. Skills and requirements include a. Bachelors degree in business, prelerred but not required. Need to be sales oriented, self "notivated and able to ,, zork independently Or in a team. Requires the ability to lift various weights, tactfully deal with customers and team members. Need to be comfortable using computers and office equipment and work a Varied schedure (days, evenings and weekends). For more information or to submit resumes email Jaden at tlfarmersunion@gmail.com or call Wes at 70t-220-9119. ~R~r~orS 24 N.P. Avenue 0il Turtle Lake, ND 448-2355 j 2 Year Old Black Angus & SimAngus Bulls--Private Treaty! One Price--Choice of Pen! 701-782-4280 Wedgewood Manor: Cavalier ND • Provide leadership, clinical oversight, direction, monitoring clinical rncmagement of residents regu atory compliance wifl state and federal regulations; quality and outcomes, policy and procedure : implementation• • Qualifications:, ND nurs!ng license and one year :nce in [1% preferred Physical Therapist Assistant Seeking highly motivate individual to work in a growing rural clinic; Successful candidate would work in an outpatient, inpa- tient, and swingbed settings, as well as some work in the school system. Keep in the licensing requirements. Must have a ND li- "censure as a physical therapist assistant. Apply onfine : http//www, cavalierhospital, com or contact Human Resources @ 701.265.6308 for more information. Pembimt (bunty Memorial Ho pital H'%,,'lge,t'ood ., lanor 95.39 +I- Acres. Near Manvel, ND Parcel Two: Acres:240 +/- ' Legal: SEV,~ & NYz SW'~ 16-152-52 Pifer's I ANt) A1 (. II()N'-; www.pifers.com EYC at least once." She adds that the conference played a huge role in her becoming a 4-H Ambassador. 4-H Ambassa- dors are a group of young adults who coordinate activities, including the Extension Youth Conference, workshops, training sessions and re- gional events, that teach youth and adults about leadership, team work and citizenship. The registration deadline for the 2017 conference is June 10. The fee is $225. That includes all meals from Monday evening through Thursday lunch, overnight housing, an event T-shirt and a photograph of all the attending delegates. Youth who want more infor- mation or are interested in attend- ing the conference should contact theft county office of the NDSU Ex- tension Service or the Center for 4- H Youth Development at 701-231- 7251 or by email at NDSU.4- H@. ndsu.edu. Youth in 4-H should register through https://nd.4hon- line•corn• • Physical Therapist Seeking highly motivate individual towork in a growing rural clinic. Successful candidate would work with other PT's and PTA's in outpa- Uent, inpatient, and swingbed settings, as well as the school systems. They would oversee the school ptiysical therapy programs. Must have a current 1tl3 licensure in Physical Therapy. Apply online: http//www.cavafierhospital.com or contact Human Resources @ 701.265. 6308 for more information.. Pembina County Memorial Ho, pital Wedgewood Manor We've got Beautiful Hanging Baskets and Planters, Geraniums, Flowering Annuals, Hardy Tomatoes, Vegetables, Bulk Garden Seed, Perennials, Yard Decor,