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................................................... ~ ........ :"'C?:"':-L" " .2~.: L.L ,:_.L 7. : ' .... , ................ i, PAGE 6 THE PRESS JUNE 13, 2012 I" I tres ,e GRAFTON, N.D. -- Kadrm Ls, bachelor's degree in civil Lee & Jackson (KL&J), an engineering from the University of engineering, surveying and North Dakota in Grand Forks. planning finn, hired Wade Prior to obtaining full-time status, Thompson in the Graflon office. Thompson worked for KL&J as a Thompson is a civil engineer in the seasonal employee for four transportation group. He earned a summers. r$ ton tan FOR[)VILLE, N.D. ................ Reinke work." Mantdhcturing, Inc., a leading Maendel qualified for the honor manufacturer of mechanized during a recent Reinke service irrigation systems, is pleased to training session held in Deshler, announce that Tim Maendcl of. Neb. P, ite litigation, LLC in Fordville, The Platinum PLUS Certified N,D., has earned the Platinuln Technician Program consists of a PLUS (Proven Leaders in series of six technical service Unmatched Service) Certified training classes and tests. Maendel Technician Awm:d. The prestigious received the Platinum PLUS award is the most elite technical award by scoring more than 90 service designation awarded by percent on all six tests. Reinke. "We understand how important "Being recognized as a qualified service technicians are to Platinum PLUS Certifiedproducers when they make their Technician is quite a remarkable buying decisions," added accornplishment," said Tim Goldhalnmer. "That's the focus of Goldhammer, vice president of our technical service programs, to marketing, Rcinke ManuFacturing. consistently build upon the level of "Tim has completed the mostservice capabilities of Reinke extensive technical service training dealers across the country and available to Reinke dealers and is thrther our commitment to the to be commended tbr his hard industry." to host reunions EDMORE, N.D. -- Eight Ed- more ttigh classmates from 1952 plan to participate in the parade during the 50-60's EHS reunion. Olher classes planning on attend- ing include three fi'om the 70's, three fiom the 80's, and one from the 90 s. Friday schedule: FYiday, June 22, includes: 1 p.m. $5.00 registration at the auditorium and at 2 p.m. talented people will be presenting their fun ability to entertain. Want to sing along? Yuk it up with Steve lvesdal, Doyal De- seth, hum Mong with the High Plains Trio, Joey Heisler, Larry Johnson (Fairdale), a very young pianist representing Larry Knoke, and, possibly, Joan, Patsy, Loretta and Mavis will sing a tune! Jerome and Elsie will take requests to give us a grand finale! Friday evening meals can be found at: ELCA Church from 4-7 p.m. where the High Plains Churches are serving Klub (Norwegian dumplings), ham, sauerl, aaut, corn, roll and beverages. Double Deuce is serving Taco in a Bag. Community Club is Edmore Reunion Co, lmL,7 n[blp no, tdK slmdle]albs PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River Elementary held its Awards Program on Wednesday, May 16th. Boys' and Girls' basketball and volleyball participants were recog- nized. Students in grades 1-6 who meet the reading goal established for the school year were recog- nized. Students with perfect atten- dance and honorable attendance were presented certificates. Traditionally, the Awards Pro- gram ends with special awards that are presented to only sixth graders. A variety of character awards were given to chosen students. Two students were also honored with a Citizenship Award. The PRES staff chose: L-R: Josie Markusen, Kristen Larson, Kaitlyn Blake, and Tobias :,;: ZikmLmd because they displays the following qualities: :Participation in school and/or community activities A positive attitude toward i classmates, school and community Possess strength of character and the courage to do what is right Helpful to others, compas- sionate, friendly and considerate Sixth grade President's Out- standing Academic Achievement Awards were given to students who maintained high classroom perfomlance and scored 'Ad- vanced' in Language Arts or Math on the North Dakota State Assess- ment. The President's Outstanding Academic Achievement Awards program recipients receive certifi- cates and pins. This program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education in partnership with the National Association of Elementary School Principals. Recipients: Britton Bina, Kait- lyn Blake, Gavin Gillespie, Jacob Ham, lan Helgeson, Jace Jelicka, Beatrice Kjelland, Annie Koenig, Kristin Larson, Christian Lundquist, Thomas Magnusson, " Maggie Novak, Morgan Seim ...... Courtney Shirek, Elaina Swartz maintained high classroom and Travis Smith: . performance and scored Ad- Sixth grade President s Out- vanced m both Language Arts and Top: Presi- dential Recip- ients: L-R: Front Row: Christian Lundquist, Gavin Gille- spie, Mason Powers, To- bias Zikmund and Travis Smith Row two: Jace Jelicka, lan Helgeson, Ja- cob Ham, Beatrice Kjel- land, Elaina Swartz and Kaitlyn Ella- son Row three: Josie Markusen, Maggie No- vak, Kaitlyn Blake, Mor- gan Seim, An- nie Koenig and Courtney Shirek Row four: Thomas Magnusson, Britton Bina and Kirstin Larson Bot- tom: Citizen- ship recipi- ents: L-R: Josie Markusen, Kristen Lar- son, Kaitlyn Blake and To- bias Zikmund (Photos: Sub- mitted) cation Awards program recipients receive certificates and pins. This program is sponsored by the U.S. tion of Elementary School Princi- pals. Recipients: Kaitlyn Eliason, st lfid ' !:A'ad:emi :; eettei :on the NorthOakota State Department of Education in part- Josie Markusen, Mason Powers Awards were given to stude ts ! sment. Ttie President s Edu- nership with the National Associa, andTobias Zikmund Cable TV programmers run channel, place requirements on channel programming, and have virtually no service-i and they are continually increasing their pricing. Polar's Cable TV rate is made up Sports channels account for about 30% of our pr One of the top rated sports channels char( household fee of any cable channel. They are basically costs of the large sums they must pa} who in turn pay the athletes salaries. All of this subscribm I I Saturday Registration 7:00 - 7:30 AM Race Begins at 8:00 AM 5K Course for Run~Walk: The Start and Finish lines will be at the Leistikow Park near the Graffon Swimming Pool. A map of the course will be available at the registration table on the day of the race. 5K Race Awards for Run Only: Awards will be awarded for the three finishers in each age category. Award Category for the 5K Run Male & Fernale:] 8 and under, 19-29, 30-45, 46-64, 65 and over All participants will receive a medal for completion, goodie bag, and T-shirt (Size are limited if you do not pre-register). Fees: Send Entry Form To" Pre~Registration: $2000 Ends on June 10, 2012 726 Hill Ave Day of Race: $25 00 Grafton, ND 58237 Donation ~o ~he Fields Family Fund . .~}r~c ....... . . . . . . , . , . . . ............ o . o . . . o . . . o o . o o , , . = o ,, , o . . o . . 5k Fest Walk/Run "12 Entry Form N,~ me ................................................................................................................................... Address ............................................................................................................................................................. City ............................................. State ......................................................................... Zip .......................................... Age asof Jane 23, 2012 ............................................ Circle - MaleFemale 5K Run ............... 5KWalk ......... Circle T-Shirt Size Aduh S M l XI XXI XXXL Child: L II Release and Waiver: I understand that road race/walk is a potential hazardous activity. I should not enter race/walk ~ l I I u,~less I am medically able and properly Irained. Nomoste Massage and Yoga Studio and Grafton Summer Fest ~" I I volunteers