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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 2017 Above: Walsh County District Communication Arts parlJdpants- Front (L-R): Kathleen Kerian, Emily Kerian, Ingrid Myrdal, Andrew Myrdal, Tucker Woods, Justin KI0se, Natalie Bina, Even S0bak. Back (L-R): Erica Ralston, Jonah Zikmund, Hannah Myrdal, 0wen Zikmund, Conn0r Hodek, Toby Zikmund, Eva S0bak. GRAND FORKS, N.D. m Fif- teen Walsh County 4-H youth par- ticipated in the District 4-H Com- munication Arts contest held in Grand Forks at Sharon Lutheran Church on June 6th. These youth competed against 4-H'ers from Grand Forks and Pembina counties. Representing Walsh County at the district event were Ingrid Myrdal, Even Sobak, Kathleen Kerian, Emily Kerian, Andrew Myrdal, Hannah Myrdal, Natalie Bina, Justin Klose, Erica Ralston, Tucker Woods, Connor Hodek, Jonah Zikmund, Owen Zikmund, Eva Sobak and Toby Zikmund. Receiving Grand Champion hon- ors in the Teen Divisions were Toby Zikmund (Prepared Speech) and Eva Sobak (Interpretive Read- ing). Receiving Grand Champion hon- ors in the Pre-Teen Divisions were Andrew Myrdal (Short Take); Emi- ly Kerian (Illustrated Talk); Justin Photos: Submitted Above: Toby 7ikmund giving his prepared speech, q'he History of lhe Toilet." Klose (Presentation Software); Jon- (Commercial); and Erica Ralston ah Zikmund and Owen Zikmund (Interpretive Reading). Honorable Mention honors in Pre-Teen categories went to Tuck- er Woods and Connor Hodek (Broadcast). The Grand Champion teen win- ners are awarded a free trip to Ex- tension Youth Conference at NDSU, sponsored by the North Dakota 4- H Foundation. The 4-H Communication Arts event is designed to help participants develop communication skills throughout a lifetime. Participants actively practice their communica- tion skills before a group and must learn to gather and organize infor- mation, equipment and props for public presentation. All partici- pants gain confidence in public speaking and are evaluated on their performances to help enhance their skills. The 4-H program is a youth ed- ucation component of the NDSU Extension Service. BISMARCK, N.D. -- The North Dakota P.E.O. Sisterhood elected and installed its new offi- cers at its recent statewide 103rd convention held June 2nd and 3rd at the Radisson Hotel, Bismarck, ND. Presiding was State President Marcia Foss, Chapter Z Valley City. Sue Japel and Londa Rodahl, both from Chapter N Bismarck served as convention co-chair- women assisted by host chapters N Ri~marck At. Minot. Ai, AO and AY, all of Grand Forks. In- ternational Chapter representa- tive Glynda Samford, New Mex- ico, Chair of the International Peace Scholarship Fund Board of Trustees was a guest speaker along with EE.O. scholarship re- cipients. All fifty-two chapters from across the state were repre- sented. Officers elected for the up- coming year were Susan Johnson, Chapter Y , Fargo, President, Cindy Shuetzler, Chapter AQ, Dickinson, Vice President, Lisa Olson, Chapter Q, Park River, Or- ganizer, Phyllis Dvorak, Chapter A J, Bismarck, Treasurer and Wanda Seyler Chapter D, Grand Forks, Secretary. The 104th ND State EE,O. convention will be held June 1-2, 2018 at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck with President John- son presiding. The theme will be "Exercise Our Talents for P.E.O". Hosting are AH, AM and V of Far- go, H of Mandan and AJ of Bis- marck. International Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood is a philan- thropic and educational organiza- tion interested in bringing to women increased opportunities for higher education. P.E.O. spon- sors six international philanthropic scholarships, grants and loans. In addition, the North Dakota State Chapter sponsors two scholar- ships: The Jane A. Taylor North Dakota Scholarship supporting a North Dakota resident in her last two years of academic work at a North Dakota college or university and the Carrie B. Simpson Schol- arship awarded to a North Dako- ta woman attending P.E.O.'s Cottey College in Nevada Mis- souri. Local P.E.O. chapter fundraisers are the primary means of supporting these philanthro- pies. Visit www.peointernation- al.org to learn more. point average for the 2016 -2017 academic year will receive awards. These include: senior-Jenna Zavalney, daughter of Loren and Anita Zavalney; juniors-Kristen Larson, daughter of Brandon and Sally Lar- son, and Charlie Thompson, son of Ron and Jennifer Thompson; soph- omores-Bennett Carter, son of Adam and Mafia Carter, and Alexia Lan- gowski, daughter of Pete and Laura Hunter; and freshman:Cheyenne' Gillespie, daughter of Dean and Lindsey Gillespie, Sydney Porter, daugh- ter of Don and Amy Porter and Karina Whaley, daughter of Lowell and Lesa Whaley. The Neil Midgarden Memorial Trophy for outstanding senior class track participant will be presented to Cole Clemetson, son of Kelly Clemetson and the late Barry Clemetson. Aggie memorabilia will be on display. The Aggie Alumni Association provides financial support to PRAS through the sale of $100 personalized bricks displayed in the commons area outside the high school gym. Brick order forms are available through the AGGIE link on the Park River city website. Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or 1-866-685-8889 for details HELP WANTED WANTED: LAMOURE COUNTY Deputy Sheriff. Must be ND POST licensed or li- censable as peace officer. Minimum start- ing salary: $39,000.00/benefits (DOE). Questions: 701-883-5720. Mail cover let- ter, resume, application: Sheriff, Box 97, LaMoure, ND 58458. HIRING DEPUTY SHERIFF in Wells County. Experience preferred. Email re- sume to jpepple@nd.gov or mail to: 700 Railway St N #306, Fessenden, ND 58438. LIBRARY DIRECTOR POSITION open. Current Director is retiring. Job description and application form available at www.City ofWilliston.com. MLA or MLS degree or combination of education and experience in professional library work. NAPOLEON CARE CENTER looking to hire PT or FT RN or LPN. Flexible sched- ,uling, 3-12 hour shifts, every third week- end, rotating holidays. Excellent wages and benefit package. Contact: Melissa Glatt RN, DON (701) 754-2381. NCC is an FOE. PLUMBER NEEDED. Sakry Plumbing, Inc. Milnor & Ligerwood, ND. Service, re- inodel, new constriJe, tiCfi. Wage based on experience. Contact John 701-427-5061 DRIVERS WANTED TO haul crude oil & water in Watford City, Williston, Tioga area. Class A CDL. Earn $6k-$8k a month. Health insurance available! 701-367-0917. SIGN-ON BONUS! Jamestown, North Dakota State Hospital has full time RN, LPN and CNA positions available. Em- ployer pays 100% health insurance bene- fits. Apply at nd.gov. A 25-WORD AD costs only $160. Runs in every North Dakota newspaper. What a deal! Contact your newspaper to place your ad. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE LANDOWNERS: NORTH DAKOTA farm land values and cash rents continue to be strong. Call Bob Plier for free market valu- ation. Pifer's Auctioneers 701-371-8538 or bpifer@pifers.com. PLANTERS/SEEDING EQUIPMENT BUYING USED VALMAR and Gandy ap- plicators. Call Paul at Daily Bread Machin- ery, 763-286-2037. 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