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JUNE 13, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Park Animated film rated PG: Alex, Marry, Gloria and Me/man are stiff fighting to get home to their beloved Big App/e. Their journey takes them through Europe where they find the perfect cover: a traveling circus, which they reinvent - Madagascar sty/& iue 181 = r t, lue 1Bun The first five people in the door will receive free popcorn! Movie listing subject to change. i [ II I Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: The Park River Splash for Cash Swimming Pool Fundraiser Coliseum Dance will be Friday, June 15 from 9pm to 1am. Featuring' "Brother Jukebox" Admission" Free-Will Offering BECOME A SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR $20.00 A MONTH! CALL THE PRESS 284-6333 TooAr/ AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 F IRST UNITEB Bank&lnsurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Michigan - 259-2112 Adams - 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 110 4th St. E Park River \ Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! L fe ne The Leader In Personal :Response ardSupport Services I I Advertise in The Press today I I I I wcpadvertising@gmail.com , I I Ill I~lll~lll ~lll 109 ACRES WALSH COUNTY, ND LAND AUCTION Wednesday, June 20, 2012 - 1:00 p.m. AUCTION LOCATION: Marketplace on 8th - Grafton, ND Auction Note: Valley land featuring 109.33 acres which includes 89 acres of cropland near Ardoch and Grafton, ND. Property has a good Soil Productivity Index with some of it in the mid 90s.As a Farmer or Investor take advantage of this perfect opportunity to expand your operation with this valley cropland. 20 acre parcel near Grafton can be converted into cropland or used for a building site or grain operation.Cropland is "available for the 2013 crop year.This auction is in cooperation with Debbie Bjerk at Greenberg Realty, arks ,,, ecrealJoa PARKS AND REC REPORT BY TODD KJELLAND VVVVVM. PR- PARKS. COM Do summer The "Dog Days" of summer are here. What does that phrase mean to you? For me it means watching baseball, cooling offat the pool, enjoying evening walks in the tranquility of peaceful company. This summer "Dog Days" may have a different meaning at PRPR (Park River Parks and Rec). It means special appearances by "ParkZ the Dog", the newest addition to the Parks family. ParkZ will be making special appearances throughout the summer promoting physical fitness, safety and fun through "ParkZ Play" events. ParkZ will also be available for private parties and special promotions. Watch for details at ParkZtheDog.com. As you make your way through Park River parks this sum_mer, give a wave or stop and thank our summer parks and pool staff. Our summertime activities could not happen without these outstanding yotmg people putting in long hours to maintain the ball fields, parks, bike and pool. The 2012 Parks staff includes full timers - Kirsten Johnson and Kristen Bosh Part timers - Zach Gaarder and Kendall Slebodnik. The 2012 Pool staff includes - Andrea Flaten, Brittnee Linn, Kelsey Oppegmd, Sadie Vold, Morgan Porter, Taylor Schlenk, Shayna Ruzicka, Phoebe Francis, and Claire Welch. June 16th we will be hosting the Minnestota Twins Baseball camp at Veto Halvorson Field starting at 9:30am for ages 6-16. No registration is required. After the Camp there will be a local competition for all kids colnpeting for prizes in running, hitting, bunting and pitching. Following the competition there will be a Babe Ruth game and a 10u game. Come on out for a great day of Baseball. Concessions will be available with proceeds benefiting Park River baseball. Come out and support all our wograms as a spectator or volunteer. Please check our website for more intbrmation on upcoming events. Visit PR-Parks.com Reach Kjelhmd at - 701 284 6005 or prparksandrec@live.com Bosh-gyba American Legion Post delegate named for Boys State LANKIN, N.D. 1 The Bosh- Ryba American Legion Post #I5% at Lankin will sponsor one y tO attend the 2012 session of North Dakota Boys State. It being held at the North Dakota. State College of Science, Wahpeton June 10 to 15. "i, Delegate is Frank Vondra, son :; of Morris and Eileen Vondra of Park River. i,,Boys 1.,State ~i~: ,,learning program about tdca| and state government and is sponsored by the American Legion. ,J PLOP CONTINUED. FROM PAGE 1-- Cash" is sponsored by the Park ,: For more information about the River Pool Boosters to help raise : Splish, Splash, Plop for Cash" money for the Park River Swim- fundraiser or the Park River Pool ruing Pool. Boosters contact Eugene Bossert A limited number of"Splish, at 701.284.7130 (days) or Splash, Plop for Cash" raffle tick- ,Y01.284.7929 (evenings) or Ruth ets are available for sale at various Jelinek at 701.284.4589 (days) or Park River businesses. ,701.331.1806 (celt). Complete all courses in 12 weeks "=~- New clasps starting monthly Mig - Tig - Stick & Pipe Welding courses i!'~ "Open 50 weeks a year Blue Print Reading & Welding Symbols Maximum of 10 students per class 40 hr. - 480 hr. courses i Certifications availablc Lynnes Welding Training Inc. Bismarck Campus: 1-701-751-4256 Fargo Campus: 1-701-373-0658 How Lifeline Works To Get You Help Fast yt. tJ r/HHtJ flP.l[:=: UIJ. ;tt y(]t r" tlP.![] t]tJU,tffl, w[lit:[ - tJt.t rrl Lit: -Jlly t LifHllrl Comer, Trlair-Icd Pcrsonal Response Associ,%cs who have insb.qnt access to yOLIF pc incnt information will contac you mmediacely see whac help you need Even if you can't answer, Uteline will end the help you need right, away &!qd roll totlow-up "co ensure that help did arrive and you are he.Jr]U {:ar'e.tJ r,,,.. .... Par~ RivcP P,~.~ ~'t* Good ~ama~iton Cmmpu= Engagement Announcement Chizmadia - / Jason McKee and Kathryn Chizmadia, together with their parents, Judy Chizmadia of Otisville, Michigan, George and Margie Chizmadia of Columbiaville, Mich., and Bill and Debbie McKee of Fordville, N.D. are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Kathryn has accepted an internship in the Human Resource Dept. at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks. Jason is a U.S. representative for Seedmaster, Inc., Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. A June 16, 2012 wedding is planned in Lapeer, Mich. The couple will reside in Fordville. FCHC SURVEY FROM PAGE 1 Center strongly encourages all area residents to participate in the survey. Surveys can be obtained through various channels, including through members of a Community Group convened by FCHC as part of the cam- munity health needs assessment process, service clubs, stores, churches, and other public venues. Residents may access an interactive, online ver- sion of the survey at www.surveymonkey.conVs/fchc. Additionally, writ- ten copies are available by calling First Care Health Center at 701.284.4538 or 701.284.4589. All survey responses are anonymous, and there is no way to track responses back to individuals. To help ensure anonymity, survey responses are returned to the Center for Rural Health; a postage-paid return envelope is included with each written survey. The survey will allow First Care Health Center to learn of the com- munity's awareness of local health care services being provided, hear sug- gestions and help identify any gaps in current and future services, and de- termine preferences for using local health care versus traveling to other facilities. In addition to specific questions, the survey also seeks general, open-ended input from residents about the community's health need ;'and the delivery of local health care ComPleting the survey takes abq{j{ 10 - 15 mihlates ............. ' A periodic community needs assessment is one of the new require- ments of health care reform laws. The new regulations require non- profit hospitals such as First Care Health Center to assess the community's health needs periodically. The cost of the survey is covered by the Medicare Rm'al Hospital Flexibility (FLEX) Grant Program, a project of the Center for Rural Health. The FLEX Program is a state-based part- nership that works with and assists all rural hospitals to stabilize and sus- tain their local health care infrastructure. e nsen - Peter o Marnie Johnson and Patrick Peterka were married on May 19, 2012 at St. Odilia's Catholic Church in Shoreview, iN. Parents of the couple are Gregg and Roxanne Johnson of White Bear Lake, MN and Francis and Susan Peterka of Park River, ND. The couple resides in White Bear Lake, MN where both are employed. An open house/reception will be held at Kensington Place, Highway 17 East, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 30, 2012. Everyone welcome. Your source for Happy Happenings. Walsh County Press 284 6333 I Pifer's ~,~nb~rg Heally h)N & RIAI I'* t~ hc~es~l~Moted~eam~lvme~, Bob Pifer - 701 371.8538 Debbie Bjerk - 218.791.8668 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560 3651 S. Columbia Rd. - Grand Forks, NO 58201 Th~ :,ale is mapaged by Pifer's Auction & Realty, All statements made thed,~yoftheauctioo rake pmcedeneeove allprmted materials Thes~llef~e~,erve~theright toleiert or accept any and all bids Pifet'5 Auction &Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560. KeVJl~ Pife*r ND#715 Pifer's www.pifers.com 877.700.4099 [,AND AUCTIONS Do you want your news noticed? Do you or your group have a story to tell? We're here to help. Contact The Press: (701) 284-6333 Your hometown paper in the heart of Walsh County. r r I