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June 22, 2011

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PAGE 6 THE PRESS JUNE 22, 2011 INSPECTOR WELLNESS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 medical professionals to talk about their health careers and provide a hands-on activity relating to their chosen medical field through the Inspector Wellness & the Case of the Many Medical Careers Project. The 5th & 6th grade "detectives"' learned about career opportunities in the medical field with visits from FCHC staff in the Laboratory, Diagnostic hnaging, Respiratory, Dietary, and Nursing Departments. A physician, physician assistant, physical therapist, paramedic and emergency medical technicians also participated in the project. The +'detectives" were able to participate in hands-on medical procedures such as casting and splinting, blood pressure Pembm C0=itT Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, June 30, July 1, 2, & 3, 2011 @ Hamilton, ND Saturday, July 2nd 7:30 p,m. SPONSORED BY: Citizens State Sank. Mdwest & United Valley Bank ALL TICKETS $10.00 II ........ i i " ii ...... ff .... rl I WRISTSA00tDS IN . AT T H FiR i ......... ................................................................................................................ " ............. [f hllh[ii ................... ix'Ill ................. Derby Thursday, June 30 ,:,m, Chariot Tickets $10 & $5 Chuckvagon Don Croeker Friday, July 1 @ 7:00 p.m. - ' Friday @ the Free Stage Saturday, July 2 @ 1:30 p,m, Sunday, July 3@ 2:00 p.m. 5:00-7:00 p,m. SsobyNrtSrCommnC#Union TiL'kets $10 & $5 Tickets $10 & $5 Kids Pedal Pull o tar re, tumiD Saturday @ 3:00 p.m. . Citizens State Baz- Midwest @ Cavaer or WaJhal]a, . North Star Community Credit Union @ Cavalier, Matt Hndek Polka Band . ?aresey National Ba. Leevers SuperValu Foods. Saturday @ the Free Stage . Bamk of Hamilton. United Valley Baz @ Cavalier. 4:00-7:00 p.m. ' Choice Financial @ Walhalla, The Cavalier Chronicle, Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. Automat,ed Meter Reading Project Over the next scvcral momhs. Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. (Montana-Dakota) will install automated meter reading (AMR) technology on the gas meters in the Park River area. Montana-Dakota will be installing AMR technology on natural gas equipment in manv communities throughout the corn panys scrvice territory over the next 18 months. Once installation of this cqmpment s complete. Montana-Dakota will bc able to remotely read your natural gas meter(s ). AMR tcchnoh, provide, m,tm 1)cm'fit, such as: Convenience - :\\;MR ignilicand rcdt,ccs the need for Motilana-l)akota I() ,lt'('t'ss xotl! [)lo])ert,. Accurate & Coztsistent Meter Reads - Eh'ctronic reads alc tlti)1  lt(tllatc lhall IIKIIIIII1 rc:A(ly;, s() tilt" cttk'ct o1 ' human error art" rc(hwc(I, AMR also minimizes the mtmbcr (d missed Ic;t(IS thi/t ()t'ICll rt'(luiru cstimalcd bills. Sa[ety - Ha're i increased risk ol dog biws and slips and talls when cmphwcc arc regularly accessing cqmmm property, .\\;MR qnitic;mtl reduces this rik If you have any questions or (,m(erns regarding Montana-I);&ota's AMR t),(!ic('t, please ((intact us at I.-800-MI)l. -FAST (1-800-638-3278) or visit our web site at xxa,';W.tlI ( )ll [al ta-d:dko ta,(?o I I I, MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES CO. A Division of MDU Resources Group, Inc. In the Community to Serve  Far left: Park River 5th grade student Kaitlyn Blake's classmates watch as she goes through the CT Scan at First Care Health Center. Top middle: Adams/Edmore & Fordville/Lankin Inspector Wellness students Front row - (L-R) Dylan Chally, Mary Nienhuis, Nathan Lorenz, Reed Minello, Trevor Knudson, Austin Jenniges. Second row - Sicily Lawson-Acevedo, Courtney Shirek, MiKara Johanson, Leandre Kalhagen, Julia Koppang, Kaitlyn Brintnell, Jr. Castillo. Third row - Emily Ketelsen, Bailey Beneda, Taylor Dalbey, Haley Lorenz, Owen Minello, Taylor Knudson. Back row - Jeremiah" Mattice, Connor Mattice, Landon Wood, Brandon Larsen, Bryce Novak, Brody Swartz, Chris Larsen. Bottom middle: Park River Inspector Wellness tudents Front Row (L-R) - Josephine Markusen, Gavin Gillespie, William Magnusson, Britton Bina, Tobias Zikmund, Travis Smith; Zachary Hell, Charles Thompson. Middle Row: Destinie Rivera, Christian Lundquist, Thomas Magnusson, Callan Hunter, Sawyer Cudmore, Nicholas Whaley, lan Helgeson. Standing: Mason Powers, Samuel Sveen, Zachary Bosh, Beatrice Kjelland, Jace Jehlicka, Elaina Swartz, Gretchen Brummond, Jacob Erovick, Maggie Novak, Kristen Larson, Morgan Seim (partially hidden), Kaitlyn Blake, Annie Koenig, Spencer Skavhaug, Colton Rostvet, Jacob Ham. Above left: "Dr." Christian Lundquist (R)listens to Gavin Gillespie's (L) heartbeat during the First Care Health Center tour. Above right:Tammy Clemetson, PA-C demonstrated cast making with Adams/Edmore student Jr. Castillo. (Photos: Submitted) monitoring, x-rays, physical given to the "detectives" and their therapy exercises, chemical teachers. reactions, healthy meals and "We were pleased with the snacks, listening to heartbeats, and success of the Inspector Wellness ride in an ambulance, and the Case of the Many Medical Tours of First Care Health Careers Project and would like to Center clinic and hospital were tlmnk Eastern North Dakota AHEC for providifig this grant to First Care Health "Center," said project coordinator Ruih Jelinek. "We plan to continue this program again next year." COURAGE CARRIES ON 24pk Bottled Water #4495 t35-4390) $2 99 #5441601 199 $9 99 Test drive the new HONDA BIG RED & HONDA ATVs on an all-terrain riding course in the west lot at PARK RIVER IMPLEMENT! Must be at least 16 years of age to ride. FRIDAY JULY I, 201 I 10 AH NOON FREE hot dogs and BBQ! Each participant will receive a FREE HondaT-shirt! HIGHWAY 17 WEST PARK RIVER, ND 701-284-6316 PARK ,RIVER