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PAGE 6 -HE PRESS JULY 3, 2013 - ,._..i_,:._._. . ,. ._,._ ri/ "_=_----Z -.:-:_ .T--- -- years. Last year, the ice plant for the Chris Midgarden Arena broke down and needed to be replaced causing the discussion for the future of Park River Hockey and Park River Figure Skating programs to come to the forefront once again. With the pro- posed new facility, they would be able to move the new ice plant that was purchased this past year to the new facility. This past winter, there were 65 kids in the youth hockey program and 60 in- volved in the figure skating program. In addition, the arena also has been popular for public skating. In addition to the arena, the events cen- ter has been designed for year round use with the addition of a gym and a walking track. The gymnastics program, which cur- rently is housed at the Park River City Hall, has 62 kids involved. The needs of the program are for larger space and in- creased storage. Park River youth basketball programs with 80 kids involved could use the space for practice, games, and tournaments. Markusen said that they want the com- munity to think of this proposed building as more than a place for sports, it has been' designed as a fully functional event cen- ter with a large space for 500 plus people for events with a kitchen and parking. The opportunities that they presented to the city beyond the needs of hockey, basketball, and gymnastics included soc- cer, volleyball, fitness classes, boy scouts activities, wedding dances, banquets, family reunions, golf cages, batting cages, in-line skating, dances, business Project Safe Send locations include area sites in July BISMARCK, N.D. -- Agricul- ture Commissioner Doug Goehring encourages farmers, ranchers, pes- ticide dealers and applicators, gov- ernment agencies and homeowners to bring their unusable pesticides to any of the 12 Project Safe Send col- lections in July. "This is a simple and non-regu- latory program to help people safe- ly and legally get rid of unusable pesticides free of charge," Goehring said. "Over the past 20 years, thou- sands of people have brought more than three million pounds of these chemicals to Project Safe Send collection sites." Project Safe Send accepts old, unusable or banned pesticides, in- cluding herbicides, insecticides, rodenticides and fungicides. The pesticides are shipped out of state for incineration. The program is funded through product registration fees paid by pesticide manufactur- ers. "Check your storage areas for any unusable pesticides and safe- ly set them aside for Project Safe Send," Goehring said. "If you find that the containers are deteriorating or leaking, pack them in larger con- tainers with absorbent materials. Free, heavy-duty plastic bags are available from the North Dakota Department of Agriculture." People with more than 1,000 pounds of pesticides should pre-reg- ister. No other pre-registration is re- quired. A maximum of 20,000 pounds of pesticides per participant will be accepted. Pesticide rinse wa- ter also will be accepted. The first 100 pounds ofrinse water will be taken free of charge; a fee will be applied for each additional pound. To pre-register, obtain plastic bags or for more information, con- tact Jeremiah Lien at the North Dakota Department of Agricul- ture at (800) 242-7535 or jjlien@nd.gov. The collections will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. local time at the North Dakota Department of Trans- portation facilities in the following cities: July 23 Adams July 24 Grand Forks FARMLAND FOR SALE PERTH TOWNSHIP David Shimek offers for sale the following de- scribed farmland: Northeast Quarter (NE1/4) of Section Six (6), Township One Hundred Fifty-five (155), Range Fifty-eight (58). Approximately 138.5 acres to be released from CRP on 9-30-13 Written Bids will be received at the Law of- five of Wes R. Welch, 201 Briggs Avenue South, Park River, North Dakota 58270, until 2:00 PM, Tuesday July 16, 2013. Bids will be opened at that time and place. Serious written bidders will be invited to remain and participate in oral bidding. The right is reserved to waive ir- regularities and to reject any or all bids. Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price will be due upon acceptance of bid. For Bidding Instructions and Land Detail Con- tact: Wes R. Welch, PC 201 Briggs Ave. S., PO Box 107 Park River, ND 58270 (701)284-7833 is 37 years old. He is 6'I" 2001bs with dark hair shaved head and GORGEOUS grey hazel eyes• He is very active and loves to go camping, hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, and anything else outdoors. Roger is executive owner of a large company ;-/ and has worked hard his Whole life. He has an entrepreneurial mind ;" and is always investing in ways to better his life, He has a 12 year old son who lives with his mother, and is very involved in his life. Roger comes from a very close knit family and really values a family orientated person. He is looking for someone who is active, outgoing. fun loving, personable, loyal, passionate, and compassionate. Roger is a non-smoker and social drinker. He loves travelling and goes on a few vacations throughout the year. Roger is ready to settle down and meet someone, he wants that instant spark where it's movie romance• FREE TO REPLY I FEES PAID FOR BY MALE CLIENT 1-888-916-2824 1 matchmakers@telus.net I www.selectintroductions.com Select introductions INC I Relationship Professionals I Kadrmas, Lee, and Jackson of Grafton Above: The conceptual drawing for the Park River Event Center showcases an ice arena and a gymnasium on the first floor. The design also has a concession area, locker rooms, storage, and a walk- ing track. The second floor would feature an observation deck that would look out over both the gym and the arena. Left: The drawing of the exterior of the event center. meetings and more. "There's an unlimited source of things that could be done," said Markusen. Though the entire project comes with an $8 million dollar price tag for the building, baseball/softball diamonds, 330 parking spaces, 20 camping sites, paving and landscaping, Markusen said that the plan could be built in stages. "We'd like to see baseball diamonds and possibly campsites happen before this winter," he said. The more expensive piece to this puz- zle would be the event center, which would cost around 5.5 to 6 million, and that would come later on. Halvorson said that there had been problems financially for Parks and Rec coming into this year, but after cutting spending and cutting an employee, things have started to turn around. He said that voters approved a mill levy increase and going into next year they will have the full increase that they were approved for to help maintain a complex like this. In addition, Halvorson said that the devel- opment of the Baseball Boosters and the Pool Boosters have been a huge help in their fundraising efforts to help pay for these Parks and Rec programs. But Markusen also stressed that they are not looking for Parks and Rec to pay for this complex. "There has to be com- munity buy-in, community effort, com- munity pride in this thing," he said. For more information: Kyle Halvor- son 701-360-0073 or Jon Markusen 701- 360-5551. Writer's workshop, 'Coffee with Ingeborg' set for July in Drayt00m DRAYTON, N.D. -- Avard- winning author and speaker Lau- raine Snelling will headline two events at this summer's Drayton Riverfest, July 18 and 19. Lauraine Snelling will host a Writers Workshop Thursday, July 18 Snelling will be in character as In- geborg Strand Bjorklund, and oth- er characters from her Red River of the North novels will be on hand. The event will feature live Norwe- gian music, Norwegian goodies, cof- fee, and gifts for everyone. Reser- from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Hast- vations are required and cost is ings Landing Restaurant Pre reg istration is required and the fee is +20.00. The location is 105 ,,-,, ,. ,. , ...... • ,atmeronAve, oowntownDmyton bou, wnlcnlncluoesluncn. J:laSl]/IEs. .... ,;., ..... , + ,++.:. -, . ,, ._ " - "" " " ...... "'o =" to reserve your spot Ior elmer LanOlI!g lS locate(] at voyr rmL/, ...... + +, ,,q € 0.+ . _,  . ,, Main Street in Drayton. event, sen(] a cnec to ux tart z raus Historical Society, PO Box 213, Coffee with Ingeborg, an en- lightening and entertaining talk by Drayton, ND, 58225. Should you Lauraine Snelling, will be held Fri- have any questions, please email day, July 19at l:30pmatHG John- president@oxcarttrails.net or phone son Memorial Hall. Lauraine 701-454-6103. Northern Plains Railroad is accepting applications for a Track Laborer In Fordville, ND Duties & Responsibilities: Assist in the restoration, renewal, maintenance, and new construction of track structures. Perform manual labor consisting of lifting, & bending, while working at ground level. May be required to operate machiner % once proper operating procedures have been established. Must have the comprehensive skills inecessarv to understand detailed written & oral instruction. Travel included. Benefits Included: Medical To be considered for this unique opportunity, interested Applicants may send their completed application to: Northern Plains Railroad Aftra: Human Resources PO Box 38 fordville. ND 58231 Apply at ,'. wv L;'/m!  >g!/ n/, ,:; 701-229-3330 EOE Fort Totten Little Theatre presents... . THE duly 6th, 201 a to July 28, 2013 Wed, Thurs, & Saturdays @ 7:30 pm Sundays at 2:00 pm Fort Totten Little Theatre Ticket Price - $20.00 Gourmet meals available Wed., "Thurs., and Saturdays - $25.00 Purchase tickets and Seat Reservations at our Ticket Box Office at The Liquid Bean Opens Wednesday, June 19 Call 701-662-8888 ----:-----=_=----- =_---2_--E:_:-- -- --_-2..--2---- ------ --- :-- -- the years, too numerous to list. However, there were public meetings, dances, wedding receptions, Boy Scout meetings, etc. The auditorium with its unique design was also home to the Edinburg "Spartans" bas- ketball games. The Edinburg City Auditorium was purchased in 1994 and became the home of the Edinburg General Store. This General Store is still a "community" gathering spot and a well stocked hardware and gift store. The General Store is also home to the "Rendezvous Region Bird Club" which meets regularly. Bernice Flanagan, the owner of this unique General Store is there to greet you with a welcoming smile and is happy to answer any questions you may have. Attend this presentation and learn the history of the WPA program and the Edinburg Community Center. The "General Store" is located at 67 Main Street, Edinburg, ND. The presentation will be held at the Edinburg Community Center directly across from the store. Any in- dividual requiring special accommodation (i.e., alternative formatting of literature, an interpreter, or help in accessing the facility)= s bpuld &d- vie us of their needs b contacting the Red River Re "on i "il at701=352'3550 Or e-malI klunde@nd.gov. ......... NORTHERN PLAINS RAILROAD is accepting applications for an Accounting Assistant In Fordville, ND I hc position x ill bc rcsp   b c Ior pr ccssing :\\;,,:counts PaFablc .,cvounts Rcccixahl˘ aud related end ol month rcporling as  ell a, other accounting duties. 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