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PAGE 4 THE PRESS JUNE 26, 2013 We've got your summer needs at For summer fun, don't forget the sunscreen & bug repellant. Also, check your first aid kit, and resupply from our large selection of over-the- counter remedies & Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: On Sunday, June 30,, Lutheran pastor, Vern Baardson, will be performing his gospel music at Park River Bible Camp. Vern has recorded 6 albums that are heard around the world. His wide range of musical style includes his favorites--- songs that points others to Jesus. The concert will take place at 7:00 PM in the Chapel. Come for a night of music, refreshments, and fellowship. COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 f Cc _npG,(L " . : .-pq ._.s mant'an ........ Park IF]iverl 301 County Road 12B 284-7ii5 AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-6316 Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams 944-2231 .. Grafton 52-3668 l IIIPIRST UNITED Michigan 259-2112 Bank&lnsurance Hoop-le 894 6123 __ __Crystal ~ 657"2168 - Park River -'q=,.~ \ Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! -Walsh County Veterans Service Office Extmnded Mental Health Services for Veterans: e "There are many barriers that keep people with PTSD from seeking the help they need. Knowledge and awareness, howev- er, are key to over- coming these barri- ers. For those living with PTSD, know- ing there are treat- ments that work, for example, can lead them to seek needed care. Greater public awareness of PTSD. TAKE 'THE , Raise Awareness , i~ J me 2013 can help reduce the stigma of this mental health problem and overcome negative stereo- types that may keep many people from pursuing treatment." -Dr. Matthew Friedman, Executive Director of the National Center for PTSD Senator John Hoeven (R-ND), along with Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), announced in January of this year that the Fargo Veterans Af- fairs (VA) Health Care System will receive $8.5 million in federal fund- ing to offer expanded mental health services to Fargo-area veterans. The senators said the War on Terror and other foreign operations have created the need for additional resources to accommodate veterans deal- ing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other battle-relat- ed mental health issues. In response, Congress helped to address the need with increased funding in Fiscal Year 2013 for a range of men- tal health services at VA facilities across the nation, including Fargo. The Fargo VA facility provides a wide range of programs for suicide prevention, as well as therapy and treatment options for veterans suf- fering from PTSD. The Suicide Prevention Program is designed to assist veterans struggling with suicidal thoughts and to reduce the incidence of sui- cide. The Fargo facility has on staff a full-time suicide prevention co- ordinator who coordinates a range of suicide prevention programs, in- cluding education and outreach, rapid response connected to a veter- an crisis telephone line and direct counseling. The Post-traumatic Stress Recovery Program is designed to as- sist veterans who have experienced traumatic events or severe stress while serving in the military. The primary goal is to help veterans cope with immediate and long-term consequences from experiencing a trau- matic life event. That includes programs to help veterans with depression, anger management, substance abuse and sleep management. The cen- ter also offers a program designed to help family members become ac- quainted with symptoms, the effects on relationships, and treatment options available The Fargo facility is staffed with two full-time psy- chologists who are experts in treating PTSD. PTSD can occur following a life-threatening event likemilitary com- hat, natural disasters, terroristincidents, serious accidents, oLviolent personal assaults like rape. It.can also occur after experiencing death and agony associated with the previously mentioned events. Most survivors of a traumatic event return to normal with a little time and encouragement. However, some people have stress reactions that don't go away on their own, or may even get worse over time. These individuals may develop chronic PTSD. More information regarding PTSD can be found at http://www.ptsd.va.gov. Katrina Hodny * Walsh County Veterans Service Officer Administrative Building, 638 Cooper Ave, Grafton club news By SandraKjelland After that Andrew made the PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Two motion to adjourn the meeting and meetings were held recently by the Seth seconded it. Kaitlyn Nelson Walsh Winners 4-H club. did a demonstration of how to do Our first meeting was on June 1. consumer choices, we learned how After the business meeting we to do grants and reasons. We each painted barns with Bernie practice at least one thing, and we Wilebski. We also had a meeting each had to do reasons. on Saturday, June 15. At our Our next meeting will be the meeting we had our meeting of first part of July. which family can work at the hill Editor's Note: Kjelland is climb on July 6. Consumer choices reporter for the Walsh Winners and Fashion review are on June 25. 4-H Club. FreeBasement and Crawl Space Estimates . 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"" [ at Fort Totten Historical Site , ' Reservation Information 701-662-8888 = EHO = " : or ticket office at The Liguid Bean in Devils Lake fusson, Samdahl announce upcoming wedding plans Johanna Sigfusson and Max Samdahl both of Park River, announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Parents of the couple are Penny Sigfusson and the late Brad Sigfusson, Edinburg, and Bernie and Tina Samdahl of Park River. Johanna graduated from Edinburg High School in 2007 and from Northland Community and Technical College in 2013 with an Associate's degree in Accounting. Max graduated from Park River High School in 2007 and is employed with Jonk Seed Farm. A June 29, 2013 wedding and reception is planned at the Samdahl Farmstead. Richard and ~ren lMoe to mark 50th Wedding Anniversary PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Richard and Karen Moe, Park River, ND, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with their family on July 9, 2013. They were married July 9, 1963 at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Park River, ND. Richard and Karen have two children; Shaft Moe, Austin, TX, and Jeanene (Steve) Swartz, Grand Forks, ND. They also have three grand- children; Shelby Donner, Adam Swartz and Katie Swartz. Sobolik celebrates first birthday PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Lawson Sobolik celebrated his first birthday on May 21, 2013. He is the son of Rory and Gwen Sobolik of Park Riv- er. He is also the little brother of Hudson Sobolik. His grandparents are Maurice and Margaret Kappes of Kent, MN and Ivan and Patricia Sobolik ofPisek. Edythe Thom of Cavalier is his great- grandmother. Jane Zidon of Pisek will be celebrating her 85th birthday at an open house in her honor. The event will be held Saturday July 13, from 2-4 p.m. at the American Legion in Park River. The celebration will be hosted by her children, Robed Zidon of Grafton, Geralyn (Kerry) O'Connor of Cherney WA, Allen (Joy) Zidon of Pisek, Dennis Zidon of Grand Forks ND, Cathy (Larry) Schmidt of Lino Lakes MN, Janet (Todd) Ramlet of Tohma Wl, Ann (Paul) Baukol of Hendrum MN, David (Chrystal) Zidon of Lyton UT. She has 17 grandkids and the late Becky Zidon. Also 8 great grandkids. All family and friends are invited to attend the open house. She is requesting no gifts.