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Pa e 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2017 Photos: Submitted Above: The Spirit 4-H Club of Walsh County recently met with residents of Borg Pioneer Memorial Home and brought many farm animals and pets. MOUNTAIN, N.D. -- The Spirit 4-H Club of Walsh County re- cently met with resi- dents of Borg Pioneer Memorial Home in Mountain and brought many farm animals and pets to show their projects they will be exhibiting this fall at the Walsh County Fair. About 20 Borg resi- dents met the 4-H'ers and their animals on a hot, sunny afternoon on July 10. The farm animals brought to Borg in- eluded a Nigerian Dwarf goat, a Tamarac piglet, two Champagne d'Argent rabbits, three black kittens, a couple of dogs, two mini-hors- es, and most repre- sented were the chick- ens which included the breeds of the feather legged Silkie Bantams, Buff Orpingtons, Am- eraucanas, and silver- laced and golden-laced UNIVERSITY OF NORTII DAKOI"A Above: Spirit 4-H Club members (L to R) Justin Klose, Justin Jurgens, Andrew Myrdal, Junior Leader Rebecca Klese, In- grid Myrdal, Hannah Myrdal, Efica Ralston and Jacob Ralston. Wyandottes. unique viewing wasThe 4-Her's en- years old may join 4- interested in joining 4- The residentsthe harnessed piglet joyed the ice cream H, but can only begin H, please contact Ex- seemed to enjoy hold- being led around and fudge bars that were showing animals when tension Agent Jamie ing the three little kit- trained with water- served: they are nine years old. Medbery at 701-284- tens best, but the most melon chunks. Children who are 6If your children are 6248. _ . ;!: ~%?!~i~%~iii!~iiiiiiii:iiiiiiii!i!i!!~iiii~!!ii~iil;%ii/#! ii + :: ': UNrCERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA came about when she was com- pleting her CUDE (Credit Union Development Education) training. Last year North Star CCU host- ed the pilot program Seeds-2-Save. With the tagline "Teaching our youth to nurture their funds to a bountiful growth," area youth are paired with community leaders to become entrepreneurs. The initial participants included a group of girl scouts who Nanci chose to spearhead the project. They met with a Master Gardener who taught them how to grow their own garden to sell at the Grafton Farmers Market. The "Seeds Crew" then was able to grow seed and seedlings in a patch of land donated by Grafton Floral. Each step offers a valuable lesson from planting, growing, picking and selling their very own vegetables. "I wanted them to visually see their money grow," said Nanci. Photo: Submitted Above: The 2017 Seeds-2-Save crew plants their crops for the season. This year, there are a group of cub scouts taking on the project with last year's participants serving as their mentors. The participants in the program split their earnings between a sav- ings account and a charity of their choice. The girls were able to donate their earnings to the VA hospital in Fargo, N.D. Nanci is excited about the lessons that this program is able to provide. She told the participants "it's going to be hard work." And stressed the importance to "be persistent and be- lieve in yourself." "Next year it will be open to 15 community children!" Nanci said. With each program geared to- ward community care North Star CCU is working toward spreading seeds of compassion. "Credit unions are based on a people helping people philosophy," Nanci said. "We want to help any- one in our community." Nanci's efforts to make the region a better place have not gone unno- ticed as just last week she was se- lected by Credit Union Magazine as a 2017 "Credit Union Rock Star." She will be featured among honorees from across the country in the na- tional publication this October. NORTH DAKOTA S IAfE UNIVERSITY Area students earn degrees in NDSU spring commencement FARGO, N.D. -- North Dakota students in- cluded on the folloing list were among the stu- dents to graduate from North Dakota State Uni- versity in spring 2017. NDSU awarded 1,816 de- grees to students. Area students are listed by hometown. The list includes their major and degree received. An as- terisk indicates students who graduated with hon- ors. A student must earn a 3.50 grade point av- Edinburg, North Dakota Janae Crystal Heuchert, PHARMD, Phar- macy Grafton, North Dakota *Taylor NicoleEnsrude, BA, Zoology *Brooke Elizabeth Feltman, BSN, Nursing Scott Daniel Gorder, BS, Agricultural Eco- nomics EricaLynn Sevigny, BS, Zoology ics Lawton, North Dakota *John Edward Nienhuis, BS, GeneralAgri- culture Minto, North Dakota KelseyElizabethAltendorf, BS, Human Dev. and Family Science Park River, North Dakota erage or higher to graduate with honors. Andrew Thomas Torkelson, BS, General *Cole Vernon Rehovsky, BS, Zoology A culture Plsek, North Dakota Drayton, North Dakota gri ," Rachel Lynn Juhl, BS, Human Dev. andHoople, North Dakota Patricia Raine Zikmund, BS, Mathemat- Family Science Austin Markel, BS, Agricultural Econom- ics Education .... o-n-sp- Communication Specialist (911 Dispatcher): $2,762- II II $2,988/month, plus benefits. This individual will serve as a ctat Ul' _e,xpurluiluu. communication link with all emergency responders; will [] ueneltt package tnctuaea. ][ monitor and operate a variety of communications ]] Send resume to AccuData Services, Inc, ][ equipment; and will assist the public with all emergency II PO Box 150 P, rkFha 'rot. ND 58270. " II communication related needs. Requires equivalency to completion of twelfth grade and a clear criminal background history. General experience dealing with the public in a service environment is desirable. Applications can be found online at www.co.walsh.nd.us or can be picked up at the 911 Administration Office located at 638 Cooper Ave Suite 2 Grafton, ND 58237. Applications will be accepted at the 911 Administration Office or via email to walshemg@nd.gov. Position is open until filled. For assistance in obtaining an application, or any questions you have, please contact our office at (701) 352-2311. Full time, Part time, Local and Over the Road. No Northeast loads Contact Marvin at 701-248-3204 PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Ella Johnson of Park River Area Ele- mentary needs to be added to the list of sixth grade students who were the recipients of the Presi- dent's Outstanding Academic Achievement Award. The Presi- dent's Outstanding Academic Achievement Awards were given to students who maintained high classroom performance and scored in the 75 percentile in the Reading or Math NWEA MAP test. Recipients receive certificates and pins. This program is spon- sored by the U.S. Department of Education in partnership with the National Association of Elemen- tary School Principals. Congratulations, Ella! Photo: Submitted t GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences conferred Doctor of Med- icine (M.D.) degrees this spring with 65 candidates participating in the ceremony. The graduates com- pleted four years of medical edu- cation to earn their Doctor of Med- icine, beginning with two years of instruction at the UND campus in Grand Forks, followed by two years learning and working with practic- ing physicians who volunteer to serve as their teachers in hospitals and clinics throughout North Dako- ta. Upon graduating, the doctors will complete their residencies, a period of advanced intensive training in their chosen medical specialty before independent practice as a physician. Depending on the medical special- ty, medical school graduates com- plete anywhere from three to seven years of residency training after medical school. Among the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences Doc- tor of Medicine Class of 2017: Tanner Anderson--Drayton, N.D., Transitional Year Residency, Gundersen Lutheran Medical Foun- dation, La Crosse, Wis.; Radiology- Diagnostic Residency, Mayo Clin- ic College of Medicine and Science, Rochester, Minn. Emily Schwartz--Forest River, N.D., Emergency Medicine Resi- dency, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, Rochester, Minn. Area students .named to SemesteF President's Roll of Honor GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- which must be fore traditional let- More than 1,000 students were ter grades. named to the University of North Here, listed alphabetically by Dakota Roll of Honor for the 20127 hometown and name, are area UND Spring semester, students who made the Spring 2017 To qualify for the UND Presi- list: dent's Roll of Honor, a student must Adams - Alexandra Rose; Ed- have an overall cumulative grade inburg- Vanessa Flanagan, Abbie point average of 3.80 or higher. The Sondeland; Grafton - Miranda student must also have earned a min- Dusek, Stephanie Johnson, Syd- imum of 30 semester hours and have hey Johnson; Hampden - Tia Her- completed a minimum of 12 hours manson; Lawton- Carrie Nienhuis; at the close of the semester, eight of Saint Thomas - Kari Tucker. First Care Health Center Join Our Team! First Care Health Center in Park River has a full-time position available for a Nurses Aide. If interested, contact Lori Seim, RN, BSN at iori,seim( * l , tcarehc.com or 701-284-4512. & HEALTH CENTER r " eahon Walsh County Wildcats Football 2017 begins Thursday August 17 Equipment handout/meetings will be as follows in City Hall basement: 6:00 pm- 6th Grade 6:45 pm - 5th Grade 7:30 pm -4th Grade $75 deposit check for equipment and also seeking volunteers to help make this a success The first practice will be Tuesday, August 22 For more information check out w ,wv, parkriverparks.com and click the Football Tab t