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AUGUST 8, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Park l Action film rated PG13: Eight years on, a new terrorist leader, Bane, overwhelms Gotham's finest, and the Dark Knight resurfaces to protect a city that has branded him an enemy. lmln t rml, rim #Bin There will be no movie the weekend ofAug. 17th & 18th Movie lis~ng subject to change. Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: St. Mary's Catholic Church in Park River will be hosting a Salad Luncheon and Bake Sale on Wednesday, Aug. 8 from 11 to 1 p.m. - a k- ver - samaritan 301 County Road 12B 284-7115 AUTO PARTS Park River Implement 284-631 6 Park .River ~ 284-7244 ~l ' 'Michigan-259=2112 T UNITED Adams ~ 944-2231 Bank&lnsurance Grafton ,-, 352-3668 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! arks ecreatlen PARKS AND REC REPORT BY TODD KJELLAND WWW. PR-PARKS. COM Back to school, BACK to school, BACK TO SCHOOL. What does that mean for a parks and rec guy? It means transition. Moving from a non-stop agenda to a manageable one. Another week and all will seem so quiet, cahn and lonely. The summer can be hectic with day to day operations with the pool, baseball, softball, volleyball, 4th of July, combined with camps for tennis, basketball, baseball, volleyball and gymnastics to name a few. The feeling of August is mixed for lne. On one hand it is relief, but on the other it is simply a process of grief. An emotion that is a natural healing process/br loss. A few weeks of withdrawl on the mower to collect my thoughts of what has passed. I will miss all the familiar daily faces as they leave to explore a new life experience called collage or back to their thmiliar school routines. August does bring the smell of football to the warm din air though. Perhaps that is only an analogy only an ex-tbotball player can grasp, perhaps the smell of harvest is more widely accepted terminology. Either way, the cooler nights bring relief" and a new energy to the possibilities of what the rest of the year may bring. At Parks and Rec this means Pop Warner Football, the rite of passage of 5th and 6th graders to experience the full contact sport known as American football. Full pads like the players on TV, real one on one tackling and touchdowns is the moment that all kids dream perfecting the touchdown victory dance. Sunday August 26th at 7pm will be a mandatory parent and coaches meeting at city hall to discuss the rules and format of this season's Pop Warner Program. Sign-ups and equipment distribution will tbllow the meeting. This year's success depends strongly on parent participation with coaching practices and game days. if you would like to volunteer your time as a coach please contact Todd at prparksandrec@live.com Reach Kjelland at - 701 284 6005 or p parksandrec@live.com Gate City Bank donates more than $300,000 to area groups PARK RIVER, N.D. l In the tion, American Foundation fbr Sui- months of March through June, cide Prevention, American Heart Gate City Bank donated more than Association, Campus Crusade Ibr $300,000 to area organizations as Christ, Fellowship of Christian part of its commitment to support Athletes, Fire Academy of ND, commLmities and causes. Huntington's Disease Society of Local donations included con- tributions to First Care Health Cen- America, Lewis & Clark Fort ter and Walsh County 4-H. Mandan Foundation, Boy Scouts Additional donations were of America Northern Lights Cotln- made to regional organizations in- cil, and Special Olympics of North eluding the Atzheimer's Associa- Dakota. Prairie Churches exhibit to be featured at Heritage Center CAVALIER, N.D. --- There's preservation efforts throughout just a short time left to view the North Dakota. temporary exhibit Prairie Churches For more information about the on display at the Pioneer Heritage Prairie Churches exhibit please call Center near the entrance of Ice- the park at 701-265-4561. Summer landic State Park. The exhibit will hours tbr the Pioneer Heritage be on display through August 12, Center and Historic Buildings are 2012. This exhibit is sponsored 1o- 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The Pembina cally by the Northeastern North County Museum and grounds are Dakota Heritage Association. Also open daily during the summer on display is a temporary exhibit from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. produced by the Heritage Associa- The Prairie Churches exhibit is tion on Churches of Northeastern on loan from the State Historical North Dakota. Society of North Dakota. It was Prairie Churches was produced sponsored by the State Historical after a statewide survey of nearly Society, Preservation North 2000 rural churches. The exhibit Dakota and the National Trust for presents a selection of images and Historic Preservation. information representing all geo- Bridges of North Dakota will graphic areas, architectural styles, be the next temporary exhibit on cultural and religious diversity and display at the center. Don',t ' wcpress@polarcomm.com P.O. Box 49 Park River, ND 58270 k IP Photo: Submitted Above: Park River High School class of 1952 celebrated their 60th Class Reunion July 2, 2012 at the Alexander House in Park River, ND. Front row L to R: Delores (Walstad) Longtin, Margie (Widone)Vavrosky, Barbara (Knutson) Williams, Edna (Kjenstad) Bellerud, Marlene (Saholik) Dvorak, Carol (Berg) Offerdahl, Jackie (Rengle) Hardy. Back Row: Dennis Knutson, Larry Gorder, Larry Knutson, Harold Sundvor, Floyd Askim, Jack Shartridge, Dale Hardy J Park River Farmer Market Augugt 9, 2012 , Farmers Market from 5:30--6:30 pm Food Vendor--Sunshine Kids Daycare serving from 5:30--6:30 pm Oldies & Goodies Night--Car, Pickup, Truck, Tractor, Bike Show from 5:30--6:30 pm Little Park--Park River, ND Corner of 4th St. W & Harris Ave S In case of rain--will be held at Fair Building---510---6th St. W Aug. 16, 2012 Farrner Market pm Art in the Park Night--for all ages Orchestra & Strings Concert 6:00--7:00 p.m. IT We mem~ ~ ~ ~ =ni~ble t1=roteebout thee=l l~ve~ Valley. You must be 21 yean of age md hohl a cz~r~zt Class A CDL. .C~Payl~O~h&I)ent~FJ~ ,ito~l=/l~ .401KRan Year PJm~i Emp~t 0ppor tlm/ttes geepit Ioml! Check us outl We are a ~waly mined rompeay ihat pri~asjob6 in }~" m~, ~ ~t ~ )~u to ~ ~e ~ ~ t~ ~ ~ f~r. Je~s cme arx~ut )'our saP~ and~ J~s that are ~l~ ~ ~ to s~. ~ ~I ~, Y~ ~, ~a JOB ~ ~ t~ ~ m ~ ~ w,]l be thac m ~and ~ ~ur q, ae~n,s.Cartt raake ~-/ff~PLY ON I~E. Be ~ l~t a'~ ~! ~ ~ ~ )~u ~ ~2oo ~~1 :l ,/'i Card l (with lease s'~ng) 1 - 1BrApts,I i Park Court Apts- Park River k l iV ' Allutilitiespaid I KITCHEN HELP WANTED: i[ / **Income Based** I / Private Entrance with NO STEPS I NORTH STAR COOP IN PARK RIVER IS / [! NOW AVAILABLE!! i LOOKING FOR PART TIME KITCHEN HELP. i"/ Call Vicki 701-331-3826 i HOURS ARE FROM t 701-352-2, -kll,A.M. TO 4 P.M. DALLY. / // Professionally Managed by SOME WEEKENDS MAY APPLY. / Prairie Homes Management l lll i I J ill STOP IN AND TALK TO JON. |: i// ~ 1-800-366-.6888 ~ ~k~ NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Walsh County Highway Department at Grafton, North Dakota, will receive sealed bids until 4:00 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 27, 2012, for the following items: -- ALL VEHICLES AS IS - 1980 Chevrolet C70 Truck - 366 C.I 5 speed 2 speed, Gravel Box with Hoist (Parts Truck) 1983 GMC 7000 Truck- 366 C.I 5 speed 2 speed, Gravel Box with Hoist (Running Condition) 1988 Ford F150 Pickup - 8 cylinder, 5 speed, Regular Cab (Runs) 1990 Ford F150 Pickup - 6 cylinder, 4 speed, Regular Cab (Needs Clutch) Parts, misc. tires and rims Please contact Gary Seboe for bidder forms, ques- tions or viewing at 701-284-6390. Viewing dates are Monday, Aug. 13 through Thursday, Aug. 23 at County Shop #3 in Park River. Bids will be awarded on Aug. 30, 2012. Items must be paid for and removed by Sept. 7, 2012. The County reserves the right to reject any or all bids or any part of any bid, and to waive any de- fects or informalities when in the best interest of the County. Bids should be addressed to the "Walsh County Highway Department, 600 Cooper Avenue, Grafton, ND 58237. The content of the bid must be plainly marked on the outside of the sealed enve- lope. Bids must be in the form of dollars. No oral bidding will be allowed.