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AUGUST 1, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 00ooo.00 I   Spotlight /   The merchants below are proud to announce: CONCERT AT THE CAMP, PRBC Performing on Sunday, August 5 at Park River Bible Camp will be singer/song writer Amy Redding from Northwood, ND. She and her husband write and produce their music with the hopes that God would be glorified, and His people would be encouraged in their walk with Him. Join us at 7pm in the PRBC Chapel for wonderful music, fellowship, and refreshments. C(I)|JNTY ESS Park River PO Box 49 284-6333 C.: ( Park River t,,trival ! 301 County Road 12B &apos;' " '' ......  284-7115 I  Park River Implement 284-631 6 T UNITED ank&lnsurance Park River ~ 284-7244 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Adams - 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 l Jim's101Super3rd St. wValu 284-6433 Park River For all your dinner needs! SPRAY FOAM 1F))(n,]nt'tt hM[iss A\\;]l ][ssu[,e Start or renew your subscription today! In-County = $34 Out-of=County = $38 Out-of-State = $4  p.o. Box 49, Park River, ND 587o C=li’ Cr<  no’ aooepC.e,d Your Hometown Paper m the Dining with Dell -by Adele Hankey Have you ever wondered how many different kinds of pickles there are, or how many different kinds one can make? Believe me, there are many kinds made from cucumbers. Although one of my favorite kinds of pickle is the watermelon, cutting off the rind, boiled with spices added, making a spice-like or should I say a spicy pickle? Then again, this kind of pickle can be made with the red part of the watermelon. Kay Morehead from Fargo, gave to me this watermelon pickle recipe which I am anxious to try, using most of the red or "meat like" part. Here is Kay's recipe alqng with others. Pickled Watermelon Bring to a boil 1 gal. Water • 2 C. vinegar • 1 1/2 C. sugar • 8 Tbs. salt Wrap the following in cheese cloth and put in the boiling water for 3 to 4 minutes. 1 tsp. allspice • 1 small dry red pepper • I bay leaf Put a bunch or head of dill in each jar, fill with watermelon chunks (red too) using mostly the meat of the melon. Add 2 little slices of green pepper and '/2 of a garlic toe. Pour hot juice over each jar and seal. Set jars in a hot-water bath until water cools. Remove and let jars set overnight. Then put in refrigerator, keeping them there until all is eaten. Thanks Kay. Watermelon Pickles (Takes 3 days to make) 7 lbs Watermelon rind • (Saltwater '/4 c. to 1 qt. water) • 2 C. white vinegar • ½ tsp. oil of cloves • ½ tsp oil of cinnamon • Red food coloring (optional) Use firm watermelon rind. Trim off dark green skin and pink section. Cut into 1 inch cubes and soak for 2 hours in saltwater. Drain; rinse and cover in cold water, bring to a boil; cook until tender, but not soft (about 10 minutes) Drain. Combine sugar, vinegar and spices, heat to boiling. Add color if desired. Pour over rind in a large glass bowl and let stand overnight at room temperature, covered with waxed paper. In the morning drain off syrup, heat to boiling and pour back over rind. Let stand overnight. On the third morning, heat rind in syrup, seal_in hot sterilized jars. Makes 8 pints. Watermelon Syrup (This is a special t rea,t on waffles or pancakes) 1 ripe watermelon • ½ C. sugar Cut watermelon in half; scrape the pulp from rind. Press the pulp through strainer or colander. Measure 1 gallon puree into kettle. Add sugar, stirring until dissolved. Bring to boil; cook 25 minutes, skimming often. Continue cooking until mixture is thick and clear. (This does take time; but it is worth it) Pour into sterilized jar and seal at once. Until next time. "Dell" PRCEF GRANT FROM PAGE 1 thll. "As we .didn't use all of the community receives a bonus lnatch grant money, we hadvailabte, the ,, ,'$5,000 if $2&000 is raised in. Advisory'Board has decided to is- ahy calend yea r,.,.This matching sUe a'Scond 0uncl'6f fhnding in .... gift program has enabled the en- October", said Stenvold. Com- pleted applications are due by Sep- tember 15, 2012. Annually, the Park River Com- munity Endowment Fund has the opportunity to leverage locally raised money through a matching gift program with the North Dakota Community Foundation. Every dollar raised, up to $10,000 is matched dollar-for-dollar. The dowment fired balance grow at a much taster pace. Gifts of all sizes are welcomed and appreciated and every dollar helps. Those wishing to contribute to the Park River Community Endowment Fund can send donations to: PRCEF, PO Box 150, Park River, ND 58270. For questions, please contact Tom Larson at 284-6150 or see the website at www.ndcf.net/parkriver. Park River Fma-ners Market AuquCc 2, 2012 • Farmers Market from 5:30--6:30 pm • Food Vendor--Park River Fire Department serving from 5:30--7:00 pm • Free Musical Concert featuring Karen Anderson from 6:00--7:00 pm Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on & enjoy the music concert sponsored by Samson Electric, L TD Little ParkiPark River, ND Corner of 4th St. W & Harris Ave S In case of rain--will be held at Fair Building--5106th St. W Aug. 9, 2012 Farmer Market F:30-6:30 pm Oldies & Goodies Night--Car, Pickup, Truck, Tractor, Bike Show ND Unclaimed Property A Division of the ND Dept of Trust Lands Each year businesses file annual reports of owners of unclaimed property under the requirement of the ND Uniform Unclaimed Property Act. (N.D.C.C. j47-30.1) COULD YOUR NAME OR YOUR BUSINESS NAME BE ON THE LIST OF RIGHTFUL OWNERS? Search the web free of charge at: www.land.nd.gov Or call 701-328-2800 r Third generation Veteran joins Edinburg Legion Photo: Submitted Above: When Chance Sveen ]oined the Davidson Post No. 156 of the American Legmn, he became the third generation of the Sveen family to belong to the Edinburg American Legion. Chance is pictured here at the far right with his Uncle Jeff Sveen who at one time was a member of the Air Force during the Grenada campaign. Grandfather John (Nick) Sveen standing next to Jeff is a Korean War Veteran. Next to John (Nick) Sveen is Daniel Sveen, Chance's father, who served during the Viet Nam conflict. Chance Sveen was honorably discharged this past spring after serving stints with th  Army in Iraq and kA fghanistan" PR Senior center Root Beer Float Fundraiser to be Aug. I PARK RIVER, N.D. - .... The Park River Senior Citizen's Center is sponsoring a Root Beer Float Fundraiser to help defray the costs of expenses fbr their Center. The Park River Senior Citizen's (;enter plays an important part in the com- munity. Meals are served Monday Friday and they make about 15 home delivered meals and 25 members eat in each day. In one year, they serve approximately 9,040 meals in Park River. Show your support of this wor- thy project by attending the Root Beer Float Fundraiser at Jim's Super Valu parking lot fi'oln 2-3 p.m. on Aug. 1. Park River project wins award PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The American Council of Engineering Companies of North Dakota (ACEC/ND) is proud to recognize Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services with the 2012 Engineering Excellence Award in the Small Projects category for the City of Park River GIS project in Park River, North Dakota. Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services was recognized at the 2012 ACEC/ND Spring Conference. Polar hires Lindsay McMillan PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Lind- say McMillan was recently hired as Polar Communication's newest Customer Service Representative. Lindsay's duties include providing outstanding customer service, both in person and over the phone, an- swering customer inquiries and as- sisting customers with services such as telephone, cable TV, Inter- net and cellular. Lindsay graduated with a B.S. in Agricultural Economics from NDSU. Originally from Grafton, Linsday is currently residing in Photo: Submitted SEAMLESS ROOFING SYSTEMS • SPRAY POLYURETHANE FOAM ROOFING ° WATERPROOF / LEAK PREVENTION AND INSULATION VALUE ° PERFECT FOR ANY ROOF • WORKS OVER ALL ROOFING MATERIALS ° SEAMLESS- FLEXIBLE- LIGHTWEIGHT- INSULATION • EXTREMELY DURABLE • LONGEST LASTING • SEALS GRAIN BIN AND QUONSET BASE ₯01-271bYP8 or 888-752-4012 Park River Community Pool & Water Safety Event Date: Wednesday  August 1, 2012 Time: 2 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Where: Park River Community Swimming Pool Come join us for a fun filled event where attendees will visit the following safety stations to learn life-saving water safety skills, • Pool & Spa Entrapment Hazards • Life Jacket Selection and Use • Simple Water Rescue Techniques • Basic Pool Safety • Effects of Hypothermia This event is free and open to kids of any ae and adults. (General Ooo use is dscoura,ed during this time for anyone not parUopating ,n the event. ) Come wth yoor swim suit and om the {un*! Refrehment w,q be served followin I the event and door pr,ze ,-awngs for life fackets wll be held. ( Event is sponsored by the Park River Community Pool, Altru Health System and Safe Kids Grand Forks. Safe Kids .4, ............. .Altru