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MMUNITY THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY,AUGUST I 2, 20 5 Page 5 GRAFTON, N.D. -- Emer- emergency operations plan, which gency Services and first responders will include search arid rescue from the surrounding are, will be during the exercise. A Second ob- busy responding on Wednesday, jective includes assessing the re- Aug. 12, to an incident involving sponse and communications of an emergency event along the law enforcement and other emer- river north of the golf course. gency services in the area. The City and County first re- The exercise will begin at ap- sponders and other regional re- sponders will be participating in proximately 5:30 pro. The exercise the event which will be held in the will cease by 7:00 pm, or sooner. late afternoon and early evening. Full Scale Exercise Coordinat- The simulated emergency event ed by Wenck Associates Inc. Man- will serve to assess the County's dan, N.D. The children of Wilhelm and 0delia M0merak gathered at the H0mme Dam on Saturday, July 18, 2015. A meal was sewed and many memories were remi- nisced. Above: The children who attended were (R-L) Wallace M0merak, Park River; Bernice and Ed Pengilly, Langd0n, N.D.; 0rdean and Darlene M0- merak, Mint0, N.D.; Wilma Gemmill, Edinburg, N.D.; Leonard and Adele M0merak, Graft0n, N.D.. Right: The grandchildren attending included (L-R) Row 1: Man/Gemmill Laxclal, Mitchel Dahl, Gwen Dahl Almen, Angle Dahl Jerome Row 2: Barbara Gemmill Kendall, Betty Gemmill Nelson, Linda Gemmill M0e, Diane Dahl Sh0ckley, Michael M0merak, Bill M0merak Row 3: Douglas M0meral, Brad Dahl, Mark M0merak, Karen Gemmill Langerud, Phillip M0merak There were 54 in attendance with spouses and great grandchildren. ~i ~i~ili~!i!~ ~/ Photos: Submitted Photo: Larry Bid Above: Brand0n's new glasses include a camera based computer system that relay the text back to him. clipped to his belt, which then tram- eficial beyond the blind population lates it to speech that is read through adding that those who have macu- an earpiece, lar degeneration could really bene- "I really enjoy it," Brandon said fit. of this new system. "It will be a life- Beyond text recogfiition, the saver for me." glasses also have a facial recognition He said that Voc Rehab paid for feature, but Brandon said that he the system, which retails on the Or- doesn't usually use it because he can Cam website for $2,500, and now identify most people by their voic- "I'm in this thing for life," he said, meaning he automatically will get es. any updates or advancements in the It does not recognize handwrit- program, ing because everyone's handwriting Brandon's morn Suzy Kartes is different, but the everyday appli- said that the glasses are awesome, cations from books, to street signs, "It's an absolutely amazing tool," she grocery labels, dollar bills, and said. more will help take Brandon's in- She added that the uses are ben- dependence to a whole new level. LANKIN, N.D. -- Citizens State Bank of local communities. As third-generation own- change and we need to always keep up with Lankin, N.D., has chosen IBT, Inc., a financial ers, they continue to move the bank forward that. In order to retain the customers we have services firm and powerful core and software with new technology systems that will allow and their children in the future, we have to stay solutions provider, as its Core provider. The them to continue offering high quality bank- on top of current technology. We are doing just new technology will allow the Citizens State ing products and friendly local personal serv- that with our new relationship with IBT." Bank of Lankin to ad&ess customers' needs in ice to our customers for the next 110 years - "Our clients are our partners. We want them a more effective and efficient manner and meet wherever they live. When IBT provided a to grow and prosper as much as they can. We the specific challenges of the ever changing demonstration of their Core product, we were have a team of dedicated professionals pro- banking landscape, extremely impressed. We decided to make a "Citizens State Bank was established in 1905 commitment to IBT and they in turn did the viding personal care to community banks by James H. Vorachek and is now in its 110th same for us." said Greg Bauer, President of Cit- through every step of design, implementation, year. James H.'s grandchildren, Marjie Jonas- izens State Bank. training and support. We recognize each son and Jim Gaarder are key officers in the Citizens State Bank's IT Lead, Christine client's unique needs and markets they serve, Bank and are finn believers in service-orient- Grove stated that "Jim and Marjie understand that's the IBT difference, said Mike Golebiows- ed hometown banking and in reinvesting in our that the digital banking world continues to ki, President of IBT. ad will appear rth Dakota HELP WANTED DAKOTA RURAL WATER District in Finley, ND seeking Full-time Manager. Full benefits. Prefer Grade 02 Water Treat- ment or Grade 02 Water Distri- bution license. Send Resume to: Dakota Rural Water District, Attn: Jason Rayner, PO box 476, Fin- ley, ND 58230. 701-524-2393. Deadline is August 31, 2015. TEACHERS NEEDED: THIRD Grade, Title I' Vocational Ag or Industrial Arts; $44,000 Base Salary, Affordable Housing Available; Contact': sherlock.hirn- ing; 701- 965-6313; Divide County Schools; Crosby, ND. AGRICULTURE/COMMER- CIAL LENDER position avail- able. Send resume and cover letter to: Roy Musland, Dakota Heritage Bank, PO Box 374, Cackle, ND 58442. CERTIFIED NURSE ASSIS- TANT: The Strasburg Care Cen- ter has full time and part time positions available for CNA's. Looking fQr caring and compas- sionate individuals to carry out our mission of providing Christ like care to people in need. Ex- perience preferred but training is available. Starting wage $13.20 and benefits. Contact SCC at 701-336-2651 for application. SERVICE COORDINATOR FOR people with intellectual dis- abilities; Qualifications; QDDP and BS Degree in a human serv- ice field $44k/year plus benefits. ANIMALS & SUPPLIES Apply at HAV-IT Services Har- FOR SALE vey ND 701-324-4636. EOE. FOR SALE silver fox breeder CENTRAL N.D. DIRT and pairs, pups and equipment, call field drain tile contractor seeking (701)270-1151, serious inquiries dependable individual. Full time only. employment. Must have good TRACTORS/TRAILERS operator and mechanical skills. 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