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AUGUST 7, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 5 By Lynn Mickelson ' call attention to and then try to get some stiffer thank God that you did not injure or kill some- COLFAX, N.D. -- Sen. Miller, my nameDUI laws enacted that you would make the one with your poor choice decision. Th fel- is Lynn Mickelson ofColfax, ND. the father very poor choice of DRIVING DRUNK low that killed our family was ALSO A RE- of Allison Deutscher and grandfather of and also with an OPEN CONTAINER in yotir PEAT ALCOHOL OFFENDER with a BAC Brielle Deutscher. There is no doubt in my vehicle. I read in The Forum where you did at the time of.25. mind that you have not heard of them and support SB 2240 (and I thank you for that) and . In my judgment, I would say that you Aaron Deutscher and unborn Baby Deutsch- I do hope that you did support our HB 1302 do have an alcohol problem and hope and pray er, all of whom were killed nearly 1 year ago, ("Brielle Law"), when it 'crossed over,. I that you will seek help and then learn from on July 6th, west of Jamestown by a DRUNK did not go back to the legislative web site to your mistake. I am going to suggest ..... not DRIVER. There is also no doubt in my mind check that fact out. I suspect that you did sup- demand ...... that you consider stepping down port the final version sincb the Senate voted from your Senate seat since this is your that you did not see the remairis of their car 44-0 for final passage. SECOND alcohol offense along with your oth- parked on the west side ofthe Capitol Build- I question how you can sit there in that er previous driving infractions. Show your oth- ing on Law Day this past winter or the many Senate chair introducing and pushing various er fellow legislators, that also have alcohol photos and video clips of it in the media. Just bills when you can't even live up to the laws problems, that this kind of behavior should not in case you need to refresh yourself go to www.deadlycrash.org I was Very upset and hurt when I saw on the TV newscasts and read the story about your DUI charge on The Forum's web site earlier tonight. After all that our families went through this past legislative session to and standards that are already in place. In the be tolerated in this Distinguished Legislative malay hearings that our families testified at dur- Body. ing this past session, it was mentioned several Thank You for the opportunity to speak times that ND has a cultural problem when it to you on this subject and hope that all will comes to accepting DRINKING AND DRIV- wore out for you. ING as being OK. It looks as though you Editor's Note: Mickelson is from Colfax, agree with that way of thinking. I can only N.D. I~ r~ITrT~TT~ PT~TTTTTT~ irTrr A lr lr t~ T'~h ~ T LT T~ L /"~T-~ Stacy and Kory Kalgard started work in December of last year, and they estimate that they put in a week solid in that cabin re- model alone. They started by taking off the exterior walls that had been put over the logs only to find that that dirt was, as Maribeth explained, more than a 100 years of soot that had built up. Stacy said they scrubbed and scraped to find the logs under- neath while an exhaust fan spit the grime onto the snow outside. They then repacked the joints with a cement base. Luther explained that the home originally had been built in a space that his family de- scribed as being on the wrong side of the trees. Following a harsh winter, it was decided that they would move the_cabin to its present location. They built the foundation out of field rock and created walls from 18-inch thick!logs that would become : ........ ,~ ~ .... room ...... sitting. ,Stacy said that homes these days can look like any hotel lobby, but this is a unique room with the homiest feel you can /'ind. "We were honored she asked us " he said of getting to work on the project. The remodel, much like the original cabin, was only possible with the help of the community. Maribeth said that theentire project came together with help from around Park River. Sam- son Electric was charged with the task of running wires and outlets through the logs. Maribeth smiled when she explained that the electrician was a little stunned when they explained that what they wanted was to put the outlet into the log Photo: Larry Biri Above: Maribeth Anderson speaks with Luther Meberg about the home his great grandfather built and the remodel project that Maribeth undertook with the help of the Park River community businesses. and hide the wires: up to code. Leon's Buildingthey quickly learned that the Stacy said that the solid oak Center ordered everybit andhalf sod dug out dwelling they bested a few drill bits in the piece needed to update the cabin started in was not going to suit process, and continue the rustic feel their needs for their new Walsh Jim Chyle of Heartland Gas throughout the kitchen and entry Count5) home, so they created a found the wood furnace that she space. And she said that Lon's log cabin that they would even- had installed in the comer of the Hardware was open for everytually add on to fit their growing room. He even crawled into the late, last minute odd and end. family's needs. cellar to run the wiring for the She said that the project, Now, Maribeth' said, there is thermostat, wouldn't be possible without always another project to do and Dahlen Plumbing and Heat- them. another adjustment to make, but ing updated the plumbing When Nels ,and his wife, she is happy to call her little throughout the house to get it Sigri, settled in the areain 1882, piece of history"home." ( Your source for Happy Happenin Photo: Submitted Above: Isaac Henry, born June 30, held by his adoptive father, Joe. River nine years ago'and now lives in Warsaw with her mother and sis- ter. The program will be followed by tours of Saint Gianna's. As it is meant to be a family event, "Jump for Joy" inflatables and other ac- tivities for children also will be available throughout the day. The home was Created out of a building once used as boarding school and a convent built in 192 l by the Sisters of the Resurrection out of Chicago who came to edu- cate children in the area. After 50 years, the school closed and was left empty, for the most part, for 30 years. Schanilec said that the Director Mary Pat Jahner had a vision to create a maternity home and she, Father Hils, and Colleen Samson came together to make the dream a reality. their baby life," Schanilec said. So, what they do at the home is provide a safe, loving place for those who may have experienced situations of abuse, pressure, fear and a lack of support. She said that the mothers pri- marily come from North Dakota and some from Minnesota, but a number of women have come from out of state including those from Montana, Wyoming, Louisiana, New York, and Washington. Schanilec said that the home's services not only are open to women who stay at the home, but women in need also can access services such as counseJ, ing, refer- rals, and baby supplies through Saint Gianna's. Of the babies born to mothers who have stayed at the home nearly 20 percent have been given up for adoption. Most recently, Schanilec In 200 l, the board was formed, said, a motherhad a beautiful baby They brought in a contractor to see boy and gave him to a couple that if the building could be salvaged had been waiting for a child for and sure enough, he said it had "great bones." Volunteers swarmed seven years. in on the 9,000 square-foot historic buiiding to restore it to its former glory to accommodate the needs of the mothers and ehildren'who now have found comfort within its walls.. Schanilec said that from the idea to the home's opening only took two years. "God opened a lot of doors, and windows," she said, to make Saint Gianna,s happen. "It's home. And that was our goal." The home provides what they describe as a spiritual, family-type environment in which to offer a place for quiet reflection and redi- rection. In addition to offering opportu- nities for spiritual growth, women who wish to pursue educational ad- vancement are encouraged to do so by attending high school, pur- suing iheir GED, taking vocational classes or attending a tech school or university nearby. .. The home's services are open women of all ages and faiths at no cost. "The women who have chosen to come to Saint Gianna's have al- ready made the decision to give "For the love of the child she gave the baby to this couple," she said adding that ft takes a lot of love to do something like:ttfat. For 10 years, Saint Gianna's has been a safe haven in Walsh County offering a place for women "one mother, one baby, one family at a time," Schanilec said. The celebration will continue on Monday, Sept. 9 with an Anniver- sary Banquet at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, N.D. The event begins with a 5:30 p.m. social and a 6 p.m. dinner. Speaker Gloria Purvis will delive'r a pro-life mes- sage at the event. On Oct. 27, the short film "Crescendo" will be viewed in Crookston, Minn., in honor of the home's anniversary. Additional showings are planned in Wahpeton and Langdon so far. An April banquet als0 is planned. The Spring Banquet will be held on Saint Gianna's Feast Day, April 28, 2014, at the Ramada Plaza Suites in Fargo, N.D. The event will feature ,guest speaker Archbishop Samuel Aquila. For more information www.saintgiannahome.org. Your classified a d will appear in all 90 North Dakota dally and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or !-866-685-8889 for details HELP WANTED HELP WANTED - K-12 COUN- SELOR and 7-12 SCIENCE TEACHER: Contact Charles Soper, Superintendent (701) 624- 5167. 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