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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 2015 Page 7 i Photo: Submitted Above: Members of the WaJsh County intermediate and senior teams (from left) Sara Hodek, Rachel Klose Becky Klose, Tim Hodek, Trevor Knudson and Taylor Knudson. PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The senior temn from Walsh County placed third in the state 4-H meat judging con- test held recently at North Dakota State University. Team members are Rachel Klose and Becky Klose, Hoople; Tim Hodek, Fairdale; and Trevor Knudson, Dahlen. Rachel Klose was the team's highest finish- ing individual scoring 554 points for eighth overall. The intermediate team fiom Walsh County was rep- resented by Sara Hodek, Fairdale; and Taylor Knud- son, Dahlen. Knudson finished tburth overall in the in- temaediate division and Hod& finished fifth overall. This is the third year of the state 4-H meat contest and the third year Walsh County had teams represented. The meat judging contest included, identification of retail cuts, six classes of carcasses or retail cuts, and oral reasons or questions on three of the classes. The Walsh County meat judging teams were coached by Paul Klose, Annie Mae Kelly and Karl Hel- goe. The North Dakota Beef Commission, NDSU An- imal Sciences Department and North Dakota 4-H Foun- dation are the sponsors for this contest. The contest was organized by Robert Maddock, NDSU Extension Serv- ice meats specialist, and Gary Martens, 4-H volunteer. By Seth Nelson PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Walsh Winners' 4-H Club has had an event filled spring. In April, the club took part in the Walsh County 4-H Variety Show and presented a synchro- nized swimming skit that was enjoyed by all. In May, Bernie Wilebski shared her artistic talents with the club members. Each mem- ber completed an oil painting of a building or other country scene that can be entered in the Walsh County Fair this October. In June, members dressed in their gardening best and tack- led the weed-filled flower beds at the Park River Bible Camp tbr their yearly cormnunity serv- ice project. Dirt flew as weeds were pulled. The club donated sev- eral flats of annuals which they planted amongst the perennials that they tbund once the weeds were cleared. The club plans on maintain- ing these flower beds through- out the summer for all of the vis- itors to the camp to enjoy. Editor ~s' Note: Nelson is the club reporter .far the Walsh Wimwr~ 4-H chtb Top Right: Members of the Walsh Winners 4-H Club weed and replant flowers in the Park River Bible Camp flower beds as their club service project. Bot- tom Right: Emily Laaveg works on her paining as a part of a lesson by artist Bemie Wilebski. Photos: Submitted GRAND FORKS, N.D. Twelve reed- society as. the faculty recipient of the ely, Oversight Comm ee, Each student's * RachelFearing, Williston, N.D. and recogmize as a group, those students icat students fioln the Doctor of Medicine :Le0'nard'-Tow . : -, t, . - . Humamsm in Me&cme clinical performance.and record of corn- Joshua Greene, Devils Lake, N:D. who exhibit high levels ofhmnanistic qual- Class of 20t 6 at the University of North Award. Napoleon Espejo, M.D the 2007 munity service was considered. Josalynne Hofl, Bowdon, N.D. ities in their day-to-day lives. These quail- Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sci- faculty recipient of the Leonard Tow Hu- Honorees from the .Class of 2016, and John Roller, Bismarck, N.D. ties include inte ity; sound moral reason- ences were inducted into the Gold Hu- manism in MedicineAward was the keynote their hometowns, are the following indi- Justin Shipman, Watford City, N.D. ing; compassion and empathy toward pa, manism Honor Society on Jtme 11 at the in- speaker, viduals: Emma Swanson, Fargo, N.D. tients: eff'ective commtmication skills: the duction ceremony in Grand Forks. Limited to fifteen percent of the senior Annie Braseth, Kalispell, Mont. Michael Traynor, Jr Fargo, N.D. ability m engender trust mad confidence DavidA. Billings, M.D clinical associate class, theClass.of2016 inductees were se- Betsy Dickson, Gilby, N.D. 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