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July 13, 2010 The Press Page 3 Camping tents covered the N.D. State Capitol lawn in Bismarck when more than 3,000 Boy Scouts from four states gathered to celebrate their centennial. Park River Boy Scouts participated in the campout. Pictured above left to right, Front Row - Alec Setness, Nick Bellmore, Dante Irvine, Seth Helgeson, Isak Johnson. Back Row- Albert Irvine, Cordell Carlson, Ryland Setness, Pastor (Asst Scoutmaster) Jeff Johnson, Scoutmaster Mark Helgeson. (Photos: Submitted) 1 with By Terra Linn accompanied Nicholas Bellmore, Cordell trees on the Capitol grounds. A non- Of The Press Carlson, Seth Helgeson, Isak Johnson, perishable food collection and blood drive June 4th through the 6th was an exciting Albert and Dante Irvine, and Alec and were held. weekend for eight of Park River's Boy Rylan Setness to the celebration. Governor Hoeven and his wife Mikey Scouts. The Scouts had an array of fun and. also attended some of the festivities on They, along with 3,000 other Boy educational activities to enjoy. There were Saturday, along with the General of the Scouts, celebrated 100 Years of Scouting climbing walls, Capitol tours, egg drops, by camping in tents on the lawn of the Guitar Hero competitions, and a Pinewood North Dakota National Guard and many North Dakota State Capitol. Derby that track organizers say is the other State Dignitaries. Scouts came from North Dakota, South world's longest at 302 feet. There was also The Scouts and their Scoutmasters Dakota, Minnesota, and Montana. a spectacular laser show. returned to Park River excited and happy Scoutmaster Mark Helgeson and The Scouts also engaged in some good with a once in a lifetime experience to Assistant Scoutmaster Pastor Jeff Johnson deeds. They cleaned and planted about 100 share. Parade entries are sought for the official's station for further Drayton Riverfest Grand Parade, instructions. The parade begins at Saturday July 17. Threisnopre- ll:00a.m. registration. Parade entries need For more information, contact only assemble in Drayton's Drayton Community Chamber of Schumacher Park beginning at Commerce at 701-454-FISH or 10:00 a.m. and go to the parade email chamber@draytonND.com. IT'S SAFE, SIMPLE AND FREE. Dispose of unusable herbicides, insecticides, rodenticides and fungicides for free collection - no preregistration necessary. For more information, a full list of collection sites or free containment bags for safe transport, contact the North Dakota Department of Agriculture. 1-800-242-7535 agdepartment.com Doug Goehring, Agriculture Commissioner Six youth were selected to The North Dakota 4-I-L join the North Dakota 4-H Ambassadors is a group of young Ambassadors team according to adults from across North Dakota NDSU. who are actively involved in 4-H. The new team members, the They coordinate many activities county where they live and the that involve teaching youth and school they attend are: adults about topics such as * Heidi Barnick, Towner,leadership,teamwork and North Star Public School citizenship. * Jason Jallo, Walsh, They specialize in planning and Fordville-Lankin School facilitating 4-H events, such a2s the * Bobbi Jo Kronberg, Dickey, annual statewide Extensi0nYouth Elleiadale Public School ::'Cofiference, Workshops, training * Johnathan Myhre, Pembina,sessions and regional events. They Valley High School strive to create events that are fun, * Danielle Schmoker, educational and skill-building, and Stutsman, Pingree-Buchanan promote self-improvement. They High School also are active volunteers for 4-H * Ross Stanley, Burleigh, programs in every North Dakota Century High School county. Thursday, July 15, the 32nd annual Northern Plains Potato Growers Association (NPPGA)-Golf Open tournament moves to Hillcrest Country Club in Park River this year. Tee times begin at 8:00 AM. 18 holes and a steak dinner is just $41. Golf-only, or dinner-only options are also available. There will be lots of prizes including for flight winners, longest drive, longest putt, closest to the pin, and many door prizes. A hole-in-one could win entrants $10,000 and everyone will get a free golf cap. No pre-registration is necessary. Form a foursome or fivesome, or be teamed up at the tournament. Call NPPGA at 218-773-3633 for more information. NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Walsh County Board of Commissioners at the Office of County Auditor, Grafton, North Dakota, will receive sealed bids until 4:00 p.m. on July 29, 2010, for the following items: ] 970 John Deere 400(gas} Factory 3 Point ] 6.9x24 rear [Exc}, PTO with John Deere 7400 Loader, 6//2 ft. bucket ] 955 Koehring Model 304 Crone - Dragline I~cket, some parts, (runs, as is) ] 985 Dodge V2 Ton Pickups - Two Available - 6 cylinder, automatic, short box 1976 Dodge 3,4 Ton Pickup - 318, 4x4, automatic, long box, fifth wheel plate, brake controller 1987 Dodge 3,4 Ton PicEup - 318, automatic, long box, fifth wheel plate, controller Snapper IF 14.5 Hydro 38" Mower Water pump on trailer - 4 cylinder gas motor, pump set up for 3-inch hose Older camper trailer Linco~ 225AC Welder Glyclean coolara recyding system 105 gallon L Shape Service Unit wilh hand 60 ton shop press (needs power unit) 14.00 x 24"tires on CAT rims Parts, misc., fires and rims, some older machinery Please contact Gary Seboe for bidder forms, questions or viewing at 70]-284-6390. Bids will be awarded on Aug. 3, 20]0. Items must be paid for and removed by Aug. ! 3, 2010. The Board reserves the right to'reject any or all bids or any part of any bid, and to waive any defects or informalities when in the best interest of the County. Bids to be addressed to the "County Auditor," 600 Cooper Avenue, Grafton, ND 58237. The content of the bid must be plainly marked on the outside of the Sealed envelope. Bids must be in the form of dollars. No oral bidding will be allowed. Sharon Kinsala Walsh County Auditor Lauren Faith Lauren Faith Solseng, daughter of Ryan and Angela (Waechter) Solseng of Park River, was bom June 29, 2010. At birth, she weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and measured 20 inches. She joins sibling Jacob, 2. Her grandparents are Lewis and Irene Solseng and Michael and Gloria Waechter, all of Park River. 5 Gage Allen Gage Allen Arens, son of Jeff Arens and Julie Winkler ofNeche, ND, was born July 1, 2010. At birth, he weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces and measured 20 inches. His grandparents are Patty Arens; Marlene Winkler; Kathleen Kollack. JoAfina Marie Thompson and Jeremy Robin Ness are excited to annotmce their engagement and upcoming marriage. JoAnna Marie Thompson and Jeremy Robin Ness together with their parents Brian and Julie Thompson of Park River, ND, Tami Ness of Rugby, ND and Robin and Deb Ness of Devils Lake, ND, are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. JoAnna is a 2005 graduate of Park River High School. She then attended MSUM and is currently the Patient Coordinator at Lifetime Dental in Park River, ND. Jeremy is a 2001 graduate of Rugby High School and a 2007 graduate of M SCTC-Wadena where he" received a degree in Communication Engineering. Jeremy is cm'rently working at Polar Commtmications of Park River, ND as a Network Specialist. The ceremony is planned for July 31 st at the Park River Bible Camp Chapel. A reception will follow at the Park River ,American: Legion Coliseum. The happy couple will reside in Park River, ND. Laura Sad, Jamestown and Adam Thoelke, Minot announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Parents of the bride are Sue and Harold Sad; Jamestown N .D. Parents of the groom are Mary and Fred Thoelke; Crystal N.D. Laura is a 2002 graduate of Jamestown High School, Jamestown and a 2010 graduate of Northland Community and Technical College, East Grand Forks, M anesota witha degree in Nursing. Adam is a 2002 graduate of Valley High School in Hoople, N.D. and a 2004 graduate of Northland Community and Technical College, East Grand Forks, Minnesota with a degree in Applied Sciences in Sales, Marketing and Management. He is employed by Wal-Mart in Minot as a Co-Manager. A July 17, 2010 wedding is planned at St. James Basilica, Jamestown with a reception at the Quality Inn. i I ] ! ] ] J