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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2014 doit! GRAFTON, N.D. -- Does your garden look like it will be producing more fruits or vegeta- bles than you can use? Then preserve some to eat later. But don't let your experience become a health hazard because you didn't use a research- tested recipe or follow proper canning proce- dures. The Walsh County Extension Service has scheduled a series of"Let's Preserve" classes. The classes will consist of up-to-date safety and canning procedures. The classes and topics are as follows: July 24th - Food Preservation 101 - a basic overview of food preservation, the benefits of home preservation and general guidelines for suc- cessfully preserving foods July 31 st - Jelly! - how to create and preserve delicious jelly from North Dakota fruit - make and take! August 7th - Salsa Making -recommenda- tions, guidelines and suggestions for making and preserving safe, delicious salsa - make and take! All classes will be held from noon to 1:00 p.m. at North Valley Career and Technology Center in Grat on. Participants are welcome to bring a sack lunch. Classes are free but registration is appreciat- ed by calling Walsh County Extension at 284- 6624 or email amy.chally@ndsu.edu to best plan for supplies. For more information on preserving food safe- ly at home, check out the NDSU food preser- vation publications found at: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/walshcountyexten- sion/food-nutrition-and-health For additional information or questions con- tact Karl Helgoe, at the Walsh County Extension Office at 284-6624 or kari.l.helgoe@ndsu.edu. was conducted from June 1-30, Grand Forks County Sheriff's 2014. By working together to cre- Department ate high visibility enforcement, Cavalier Police Department early results show a positive im- UND Police Department pact on deterring motorists from Grand Forks Police Depart- drinking and driving. These sta- ment tistics emphasize the importance of The DUI Task Force began on enforcement and saturation patrols October 1, 2010 in order to take in protecting motorists on North significant steps towards reducing Dakota's roadways, alcohol-related crashes and fatal- The Northeast Grand Forks ities across the state. Nearly eighty Regional DUI Task Force includes percent of all law enforcement the following agencies: agencies currently participate in North Dakota Highway Patrol the DUI Task Force across North Pembina County Sheriff's De- Dakota. Funding for this enhanced partment enforcement is provided through Nelson County Sheriff's De- the North Dakota Department of partment Transportation (NDDOT). JL Jt l A lt Jt ~ ~ J ~ ~ %J J Jt I ~.I ~ V L J ~ A ~J JL# ~ Harvey ND STAR's mission supports care, helps build exceptional non- . Sanford Hillsboro Medicalthe University of North Dakota profit organizations that produce su- Center School of Medicine and Health perior results, and actively seeks and Jamestown Regional Medical Sciences in using comprehensive invests in breakthrough ideas to vast- Center interactive simulation for region- ly improve the health of people in Lisbon Area Health Services al multidisciplinary health care ed- the region. Sanford Mayville Medical ucation, training and research. Since 1996, DMF has invested Center ND STAR is also the managing en- $68 million to operate initiatives, Nelson County Health Sys-tity for Simulation in Motion-North provide funding and help improve tem, McVille Dakota, which provides simula- the results of more than 400 organ- * Northwood Health System tion outreach for the state, especially izations in the region. DMF and Im- Oakes Community Hospital to rural EMS units and critical ac- pact Foundation jointly host Giving First Care Health Center, Park cess hospitals. Hearts Day and the impactgive- River The Dakota Medical Foundation back.org website that has processed Mercy Hospital, Valley City leads initiatives to measurably im- more than $8 million for charities Wishek Community Hospitalprove health and access to health since 2008. The Walsh County Fair Presents PARK RIVER, N.D. -- CCI Greenheart, a non- profit agency, is searching for volunteer host fami- lies in the Graflon/Park River and surrounding areas for exchange students arriving in late August. All of our students are 15-18 year old, they speak English, they have medical insurance and their own spend- ing money. Local Coordinator, Heather Peterson (TEL 218-843-1224) is organizing a group in the area, and hopes to find additional families who are inter- ested in hosting our students. Students attend the lo- cal high schools in the area, and arrive in late August -just in time for the start of school. They stay with local families through early June, and participate in extracurricular activities, family activities, and eat meals together with the family. Volunteer host families provide a room (which may be shared), meals, and a caring environment for their student. There is no typical family background, so families can be single parents, empty nesters, re- tired couples, families with young children/teens or no children, and even single individuals with special permission. The most important criteria is to have kind and loving families who are flexible and open- minded. Available students include: Gabriel (boy, Mexico) - 16 years old- enjoys drawing/painting, soccer, watching movies, going to the gym, bowling, crossfit, drama/set building, building models, outdoor activities, going to the beach. Don (girl, Vietnam) - 15 years old- enjoys read- ing, listening to music, travel, playing piano, camp- ing, swimming, drama/set building, gardening, con- servation activities, outdoor activities, attending theater, and baking. For more information on how to become a host family, please contact Heather Peterson (Hallock) at 218-843-1224 or complete an online inquiry at website: www.ccigreenheart.org Just outside of Lan d0n, North Dakota Job Responsibilites: * Care tar and fccd animals * Maintain Clavironmcnt * l:ollm~ star t~(, ,~olliH:,; h qnI~(li~ t larcltb-h, Satt~rda~ Fvt,ning 'qtq~l~orri~ kot'-, and Raffle~Sckets for the cash raffle. (7ash ratHt" l)rize~ of $I At(It) and $5OO ',',ill I)(, ax',ard,:.:l, with th(' dra'wing tt) Ix, held at they conclusion of the Tractor Pull ot~ Sunda3,;/',ugu,;t ]rd. I r,~t litu H l,ll h ~!laHdi~ I~ ~)d', ill b~. a ',~ilahle at thp Akra Sna( k .%hd(:k during and after the parade <)n Satt~r tay. 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