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JULY 17 t 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 7 I ir T f' I'It I'T I l T t"I  lfll f' "l'l rlrl l'3 "I need the OK with school boards first in order to teach shoot- ing sports during PE classes. I also have two to four classes scheduled throughout the summer for youth to have the opportunity to experience both archery and air rifle," she said. She added that they do charge a fee for supplies such as targets, pel- lets and arrows. Helgoe said that because this equipment was a gift, she would be able to hold workshops and train- ings at no charge to the partici- pants. She said, they may need to charge for replacement of back- stops and pellets, but it would be nominal compared to if the 4-H program would have had to raise money for the trailer. In Adams they discussed the possibility of purchasing a shooting sports trailer last July with the plan of offering a program similar to the one in Cavalier. Schill said that about a month later they took for- mal action, before the reorganiza- tion vote took place. Skorheim said that this was not a spur of the moment decision. The idea was to use in the equipment in Adams during the school year with the goal of sharing it with the whole area though the shooting sports program with the help of Walsh County Extension. The program does not use any type of live ammunition. The guns are designed for use for students in grades 6 to 12 and the archery equipment is designed for students in grades 3 through 12. In Pembina County Volk-Schill said the response from area youth has been "very positive" with many i/ ]nl i'll i X 1RI 1 f'r !' 1 Photo: Allison Olimb Above: JuIie Skorheim, former AdamsSchool District board presi- dent, and Kari Helgoe of Walsh County Extension display two of the bows that the shooting sports trailer came with. students returning for classes dur- ing the summer. "And parents often are buying their children bows for Christmas," she added. The North Dakota 4-H shoot- ing sports program is a part of the state National Archery in the Schools Program, which was started in 2005 with a joint effort between ND Game and Fish De- partment and the ND Center for 4- H Youth Development. According to the NDSU Exten- sion website, "The program has been delivered to nearly half the K-12 schools in the state. In addi- tion, 2500 youth are involved in 4- H shooting sports NASP certified archery clubs and activities across North Dakota." Because of liability issues, any- one who wishes to host an event using this equipment must have a 4-H certified instructor on hand. Helgoe said they are always look- ing for volunteers who may be in- terested in becoming certified, any- one over 18 who would be interested in taking the 8-hour course should contact the exten- sion office. Pembina County cur- rently has four certified instructors who volunteer their time to assist. The day camp will be the first opportunity for youth in the area to see what the program is all about, from there, Helgoe said, she would like to be able to get another shoot in before school and she would be working with school districts and 4-H groups to offer the opportu- nity from there. She added that this is not something that is limited to 4- Hers. If other groups such as boy scouts were interested, they can contact the Extension office. Harvey McMullen Open Golf Tournament scheduled .for July 26 MAYVILLE, N.D. -- The fourth annual Harvey McMullen Open Golf Tournament is scheduled for Friday, July 26,2013 atthe Mayville Golf Course. The 4-person scram- ble is open to all men and women. Registration is at 11:00 a.m. Tee time is at noon. Dinner will be served, and awards and prizes will be pre- sented, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Those who play will have an op- portunity to participate in a hole-in- one contest, and have the chance to win $10,000 for themselves, and $10,000 for Mayville State. The Harvey McMullen Open Golf Tournament is sponsored by the Mayville State University Comet Athletic Club. Formerly known as the North Valley (Hoople)-Comet Connection, the annual golfing event was renamed in 2010 in hon- or of one of its founders, Harvey McMullen ofMayville, N.D. Har- vey McMullen, a native of Hoople, N.D., and Jerome Berg, both Mayville State University icons and steadfast supporters of the school established the North Valley (Hoople)-Comet Connection Golf Tournament in the early 1990s. The purpose in starting the event re- mains the same today as it was then: to raise scholarship funds for Mayville State student athletes while having fun with friends from near and far. Over the years, the event has been held at Mayville and at northern Red River Valley golf courses. Dr. Harvey McMullen began his 27-year career at Mayville State in 1961 as the dean of men, as well as a teacher and coach. Over the years, he served as dean of men, dean of students, and Student Senate advi- sor. He taught psychology courses, supervised student teachers, and held the rank of professor of edu- cation. McMullen served as an as- sistant coach in football, basketball, and baseball. He has been an out- standing ambassador for Mayville State, recruiting and helping to re- tain countless numbers of students. Mayville State bestowed Dr. Mc- Mullen with the title Emeritus Dean of Men, and he was honored with the Mayville State University Dis- tinguished Alumni Award in 2007. Registration fee for the Harvey McMullen Open is $60.00 per play- er. Cart is purchased separately. A $5.00 trail fee is charged for those who bring their own carts. Regis- tration deadline is Monday, July 22. Proceeds go to Mayville State's gen- eral athletic scholarship fund. For more information or to reg- ister, contact Mike Moore at 701- 788-4706 or go to lenopen. Grand Forks plans garden tour GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The 28th Grand Forks Horticulture So- ciety Annual Garden Tour and plant sale is July 20 and 21. Hours are Saturday 10am to 4pm and Sunday Noon to 4 pm. The Plant Doctor will be at the Myra Museum, 2405 Belmont Road, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 701- 775-2216 from 10 am to Noon on Saturday. Area homeowners will open their private yards for viewing and questions. This year's gardens fea- ture whimsical accents; fruits and vegetable plantings that are deco- rative and functional; and a frontyard oasis. Yards from both Grand Forks and East Grand Forks will be on the tour. Proceeds go towards enhancing the gardens of area parks; including building and maintenance of the University Park Rock Garden, gifts to both city libraries and the Myra Museum; and presenting free pub- lic educational programs. Admission to the special plant sale is included with the ticket. Tickets are only available on the tour dates and can be purchased at the Myra Museum and area garden centers: Wagner's, Shea's, All Sea- sons; Home of Economy; and EGF Hardware Hank. DIANE LIPSH ESTATE AUCTION 201 Park Ave North, Park River, ND Located 1/2 block North of Ye Olde Medicine Shop and USDA office on ND Hwy 17 WEDNESDAY EVE, JULY 31, 2013 at 5:29 pm Complete household auction with appliances., household, collectibles, shop & garden equipment Go to for a full listing "HEINZEO'F'rIER/WARKMAN AUCTION SERVICE ........... LISTING AUCTIONEER: Wayne Trot-tier Northwood, ND ND lic #302 701-238 0763 Tony Heinze Dazey, ND - ND lic #478 701-733 2458 Todd Parkman Hope, ND - ND lic #619 701-866 4120 Clerk: Heinze Auction Service Dazey, ND ND lic #217 AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? Call Dub Construction for local quality service/ Good drainage can improve field operation and production, reduce risk of crop loss, maxi- mize net returns, and much more. Now scheduling. 701-696-2591 or email you or your group have a story t0tell? We're here to help. O0,mt The Press: 701.254.6555 Public Notic o t Q 0 CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING, WENESDAY, JUNE 26, 2013 AT 12:00 P.M. Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to order with the following present: Lorton, Knutson, Byron, Anderson, Public Works Director D. Larson, and Business Manager T. Larson. Absent Blake, Lundquist, City Attorney S. Currie, and Deputy Auditor Ann Berg. An APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE, along with a check for $2,000 has been received from The Club Bar & Lounge, Inc. All requirements have been met. Anderson moved to approve the application. Byron seconded and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried The following resolution was presented regarding 135th Avenue NE. A RESOLUTION APPROVING ENGINEER'S PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES OF COST FOR STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 2013-1 BE IT RESOLVED by the governing body of the City of Park River, North Dakota, as follows: This governing body, having received and reviewed the engineer's detailed plans, specifications, and estimates of the probable cost for work and materials needed in Street Improvement District No. 2013-1 does hereby approve such plans, specifications and estimates and the same shall be filed in the office of the City Auditor and shall remain on file in the City Auditor's office subject to inspection by anyone interested therein. Dated and adopted June 26, 2013. Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Tom Larson, Auditor The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly made by Member Knutson, seconded by Member Lorton, and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor: Lorton, Knutson, Byron, and Anderson; the following voted against the same: None; and the following were absent: Blake and Lundquist; whereupon the resolution was declared duly passed and adopted and was signed by the Mayor and attested by the City Auditor Some of the Briggs Ave S bar owners have requested permission to have beer gardens during the street dance on the evening of Wednesday, July 3, 2013. Knutson moved and Anderson seconded If You Can't Find What You're Looking For... WE'LL FIND IT FOR YOU!! CHEVROLET @ 113Me Open 8:00 - 5:30 Mon. - Fri. & 8:00 - Noon Sat. Hwy 17 W., Grafton Phone 701-352-3600 or 800-279-3083 to approve the request. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. A change order has been received for $2,400 from The Spruce Valley Corporation for removing eight trees in the North Star Additii: to bury infrastructure. Knutson moved to approve The Spruce Valley Corporation's change order for $2,400. Byron seconded, and upon roll call, all voted aye. Motion carried. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 12:16 PM. Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Tom Larson, Auditor (July 17, 2013) PETE SONDELAND 360-0631 AMANDA HANSON 360-4225 LOREN GULLICKSON 331-1915 BILL LYKKEN 520-1713 17657 X1881A "10 .0017,900 X1880A 1993 Oldsmobile 88 4 dr, white ................... S2,900 X1876B 1995 Cadillac Deville 4 dr., dark red ............. $4,900 x1848 2001 Inlernational Truck4700, red ............ $18,900 G2042B 2004 Chevy Tahoe Z71, 4x4, sport red .......... $12,900 C3014B 2004 Olds SOLD,'o GL, 4 dr, silver .......... $4,900 x871 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500HD Ext, white ...... $9,900 G209B 2006 Hummer H3 4 dr. 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