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MUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 2015 Pa e 5 ai?e a The mosquitoes have been mis- your taxes. erable and we know that The Park River is a beautiful city gound sprayer is going whenever and we want to keep it that way. If it can butit seems like the wind you own or rent property in this does not go down at night enough city, there is a certain amount of re- to spray. Below 10mph works but sponsibility that goes with that and calm would be better. We are on one of them is to keep your prop- the list for aerial spraying when- erties looking good. The 4th is 2 ever they can but again, they are at weeks away so let's all do our part the mercy of the wind. We want to to keep Park River beautiful. get. one spraying done now and The street project is completed; again on the 3rd. Let's pray for the the water tower is getting the paint- calm! ing completed. I think everything Tall grass and any standing looks great and the guys are patch- water in your yards are a breeding ing streets. Last January, I never gound for mosquitoes. Any buck- ets, pails, birdbaths, old tires, rail thought we would have these proj- barrels that hold any water are a ects completed before the 4th. mosquito paradise, please get them Sometime, mid July, the rail- emptied out. Birdbaths should be road and the North Dakota Dept. cleaned and emptied once a week of Transportation will start work to help us out. on the railroad crossing on high- The city has sent out several let- way 17. This will consist of a ters about mowing your grass and major detour through town and cleaning up your yards. 6" is the some major road construction. It length of the grassthat you will get only took 20 years but it will be a letter--3 days after that and we completed this year! will mow it for you. There is a $50 Thank you! And everyone administrative fee and the actual please have a safe and "fun" 4th of cost of mowing. You can either pay July. it at the office or it will be added to Mayor Dan FARGO, N.D. -- Over 400 members of the North Dakota Amer- ican Legion, its Auxiliary, and the Sons of The American Legion will gather in Grand Forks, ND for the 97th Annual Department Conven- fion beginning Friday, June 26th, with activities taking place at the Alems Center. The Legionnaires from the 215 American Legion State Band musicians. Sunday morning activities will begin with the Joint Memorial Serv- ice. Immediately following the service the Convention will honor several youth champions from the past year. The business sessions will con- clude Sunday with the election and installation of the new 2015-2016 of- Photos: Larry Bid Above: The Peder Eide concert at the Park River Bible Camp last Sunday kicked off the start of the summer concert series and the first campers of the summer. Bottom: The first group of campers and their counselor excitedly listen to the Peder Eide concert, ,! Posts across the state will be on hand ricers for Department Commander I, a along with the Sorls of The Ameri- and Department Commander-Elect, u " -: canLegion and the Auxiliary mere- bers to conduct the official business. of the state's largest veterans' or- ganization. Convention registration will begin at noon on Friday at the Alems Center, which will serve as the Convention Headquarters Hotel. A Joint Opening Session will be- gin at 7:30pm Friday. Department Commander Don Weible of Wilton, ND and Auxiliary President Arla Roth of Elgin, ND will host a ban- quet Saturday evening with National Vice Commander Paul Sanford as the banquet speaker. The banquet will be followed by a dance with music by the ND American Legion as the highlight. Harold Goldsmith of Streeter,ND is seeking the posi- don of ND Department Commander. The North Dakota American Le- gion represents over 15,000 Le- gionnaires, 11,500 Auxiliary mem- bers and nearly 700 Sons of the American Legion. The American Legion and the Auxiliary have been a driving force in the State of North Dakota for more than 96 years, leading the way on issues of im- portance not only to veterans and their families, but also to the youth of the state and the overall welfare of North Dakota. Q: What do you find most interestinu about PT? A-: i love that physical therapy a career that is always changing with many opportunities to work in different settings. I am able to work with people of all ages and see a new diagnosis on a daily basis. b: What is your favorite part about your lob? : My favorite part about eing a physical therapist is helping patients achieve their goals and return to their prior level of activity. It is very rewarding to go home every night knowing I made a difference in someone's life that day. Photo: Submitted physical therapist rind once I read tl/b'da :e i desefipfirii',I kr/eW if was something I needed to look further into. After researching the job descriptign and educational requirements, a little bit. more, combined with my interest in sports, I knew it was the career for me. Q: What made First Care Health Center a good fit for you? Do you have any ties to the hospital/area? A: I enjoyed growing up in a s /dl t0wal and being part of a close-knit community, so I' feel very fortunate to be able to work in the area I was raised. The First Care Health Center staff were very welcoming and so attentive to my pets inexpensively, so long as that cies. Membership discount plans same drag is also prescribed to hu- like Pet Agsure (petassure.com) roans. And, many pharmacies offer are another way to save, but you'll pet discount savings programs too. need to use a vet ha their network. you can,also save by shopping Look for other ways to save: In onlirie at on'e of the Veterinary-Ver- addition to cutting your veterinary ified Intemet Pharmacy Practice Sites accredited by the National As- bills, you can also save on pet food sociation Of Boards of Pharmacy, and other supplies depending on like 1-800-PetMeds " where you shop. Target, Walmart, (1800[ e eds. om), Drs. Foster Costco and the dollar stores typi, &-Smltla (drsfostersmith.com), KV cally offer much lower prices than St ly (t< supl0iy.com), and Pet- supermarkets and specialty retailers CareRx (petcarerx.com). like Petco and PetSmart. You can Consider pet insurance: If you can afford it, pet insurance is an- other option worth looking into. You can get a basic policy for un- der $10 per month, and some in- Surers provide discounts for in- suring multiple pets. See petinstu: ancereview.com to compare poli- also save on treats and toys at sites like coupaw.com and doggy- loot.com. Send your senior questions to: Sav~,y Seniog PO. Box 5443. Norman, OK 73070, or visit Sat~y- &,niororg. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Todav show and author q[" "'The Savvy Senior '" book Above: Lexi Jarus, DPT, (Left) and Kassandra Laxdal, DPT, (Right) work needs. Also, my grandma Veronica Meet Kassandra on Kaylee Seim in the FCHC Physical Therapy Department. Johansen worked as a registered Q: Where are you from nurse at the hospital for over 30 originally'? A: I attended the University of health care field but was ansure of years and was very proud to:have /-- North Dakota from Augustwhat exactly I wanted to do. My me working in the same place as she A: Edmburg, ND 2008-May 2015 where I graduated rieshman year of high school we did once did. Where do you live with my Doctor of Physical an activity in our Family and What isyourfavoritepart currently? Therapy degree. Consumer Science class similar to k about your job? A: Edmburg, ND Whatinto pT?made you decide to therandomlybOard assignedgame "Life".a careerWeandWerehad A: Helping individuals get What is your education A-- : Growing up I always knew to learn how to manage our better andsucceed'Itisa background? /-M wanted a career in thefinances, l was assigned to be a very rewarding career. YTT~Tr'I,17~T]r~C~TT .-,r, 11 by Gate City Bank of Park River; ceive tour Minnesota Twins base- men" and "SPORTSwomen" of all second place winner will receive ball tickets, donated by Bremer ages and sports football, hockey, four hockey tickets to a UNDBank of Grafton; and the fourth soccer, basketball, volleyball, ran- hockey game, donated by First place winner gets a $50 gift card ning, walking, hunting, and fish- United Insurance Agency of Park from the Grand Forks Scheel's ing. River; third place winner will re- which will appeal to "SPORTS- For more intbrmation about the "Back in the Game" Sportt Raffle and to purchase a raffle ticket please call Ruth Jelinek at First Care Health Center- 701.284 4589 or email at hcc@polarcomm. CO1YI HELP WANTED THE CITY OF RUGBY is seeking an Execu- tive Development Director. Salary is negotiable with experience. Send resume to: Rugby Job Authority PO Box 136, Rugby, ND 58368. No Phone Calls. CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER: St. Andrews Health Center, located in Bottineau, ND is cur- rently seeking an experienced individual for the Chief Financial Officer. Human Resources SMP Health System, P. O. Box 10007, Fargo, ND 58106-0007, 701-235-0906 (fax) . lynn.elliot@smphs.org CITY OF NORTHWOOD is seeking Police , Officer. Mail resume to: PO Box 397, Northwood, : ND 58267 by 6/26/2015. Salary range from $34,287.63 to $36,215.05 DOE. CITY OF NORTHWOOD seeking Public Works Superintendent. Experience preferred. Send resume to PO Box 379, Northwood, ND 58267. Starting $18.00/hr or based on experi- ence. Expires when filled. THE CITY OF LANGDON is looking for a Class III Water Treatment Plant Supervisor. ThisCLASS A OTR DRIVER WANTED. will be a full time position with benefits. Experi- Reefer/drive in. Home weekly. Starting .38 to ence is needed. Please call City Hall for an appli- .40/mile, DOE. Benefits: Health Insurance, Sign- cation at 701-256-2155. On Bonus, Paid Vacation. Bill (701) 527-7215. COME JOIN OUR TEAM. Fast growing CENTRAL N.D. DIRT and field drain tile con- propane company looking for an experienced tractor seeking dependable individual. Full time propane delivery person. CDL and Hazmat license employment. Must have good operator and me- required. CETP training desired but will train. Com- chanical skills. No long distance work. 701-341- petitive wages based on experience. 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