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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2018 Pase 7 Photo: Larry Biri Above: Allie Beneda, PTA, CarSeat Tech, checks out the car seals oc- cupied by Myla and Ellie Thompson as part of Family Safety Night held at the Park River Ambulance building last week. Right: Carly Ostenrude, RN with Walsh County Health District, fits Jaxton Hell with a new hel- met at the Family Safety Night. The event, organized by First Care Heallh Center brought multiple agencies together to promote family safety. Left: Jacob Ham. Right: Kory Hermanson. Below: Jenna Zavalney. WARROAD, Minn. -- Marvin Windows and Doors is pleased to announce that the 2018 recipients of the company's scholarship pro- gram have been awarded $750 to $1,500 to attend the two- or four- year college of their choice. Mar- vin offers this scholarship to employees' children in all of its lo- cations, including: Warroad, Minn Eagan, Minn Grafton, N.D Fargo, N.D West Fargo, N.D Baker City, Ore Ripley, Tenn. and Roanoke, Va. The company has awarded this scholarship for the past 37 years. Grafton area recipients this year are: Jacob Ham, son of Vicki and Kirk Ham. Jacob is attending North Dakota State University and is majoring in Civil Engineering. Kory Hermanson, son of Jeff and Jolene Hermanson. Kory is at- tending North Dakota State Uni- versity and majoring in Electrical Engineering. Jenna Zavalney, daughter of Loren and Anita Zavalney. Jenna is attending the University of North Dakota and majoring in Commu- nication Science. "Lifelong learning and a com- mitment to ongoing education are pillars of The Marvin Companies' values," says Paul Marvin, Presi- dent & Chief Executive Officer. "We believe that we all do better with access to higher education, The Marvin Companies is pleased to offer educational scholarships to employees and their families, which are available for a wide va- riety of accredited schools." .~ ~7- r~~ ~ .O - .'- S.r~.r~" ~ 2"=.-"- -'~ ~ -'- :'2 ~ .'1 Financial Assistance If you're income is low, and you can't afford your Medicare out-of-pocket costs, you may be able to get help,thr0ugh Medicare Sav- ings Programs. To find out if you qualify orto apply, contact your state Medicaid program. Also, find out if you are eligible for "Extra Help" which helps Medicare Part D beneficiaries with their medication expenses. Visit SSA.gov/prescriptionhelp or call Social Security (800-772-1213) to learn more. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of"The Savvy Sen- ior" book. D DON'T MISS THESE Now is the time ! to sign up for the serv=ce for. When you contact i and we !1 say, Yes! ths. ' " " 701.284.7221 salesk polarcomm.com thinkpolar.com Proudly supporlJng Park River and the surrounding for generations. Place your ad today. COUNTY 701-284'6 I