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AUGUST 21, 201 3 THE PRESS PAGE 7 joms • FARGO, N.D. -- The AlumniWayne Schluchter, BS '82, St. Additions to the board: Association at North Dakota State Cloud, Minn.; CEO of Schluchter Thomas Campbell, BS '83, University has announced its offi- Investment Advisors, was elected Grafton, N.D, partner, Campbell cers and new board members. The past chair of the board. Farms 32-member board, which includes Scott Handy, BS '80, Fargo,Jonelle Burdick, AD '79, Fargo, 30 alumni, one student representa- president and CEO of Cass Coun- N.D., enterprise vice president, tive and NDSU President Dean L. ty Electric Cooperative Inc., was Sanford Home Services Bresciani, represents more than elected chair. Scott Stofferahn, BS '80, Fargo, 80,000 alumni. The board sets pol- John Erickson, BS '80, Fergus icy tbr the association and works Falls, Minn., tbrmer president and N.D., executive vice president, closely with university leadership to CEO and current board member of Golden Growers Cooperative help attain institutional goals. Offi- Otter Tail Corp., was elected vice Andrea Travnicek, BS '01, MS cers are elected for one year but can chair. '04 and Ph.D. '08, Bismarck, N.D., be re-elected to serve another one- Brian Houkom, BS '80, West senior policy adviser, North Dako- year term. Board members can Fargo, N.D., CEO of Western State ta Governor's Office serve up to three, three-year temas. Bank, was elected secretary/trea- For more information, visit Officers: surer, www.ndsualumni.com. GRAFTON, N.D. -- Tracy and fun. 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You For more information about As an independent business own- don't have to leave home to enjoy Tastefully Simple products, taste- er, Watts offers delicious tbod san1- wonderful tbod, fun and laughter testing parties or starting your own pies at home taste-testing parties, with your family and friends," says Tastefully Simple business, contact along with easy ideas for everyday Jill Blashack Strahan, Tastefully Tracy Watts at twatts_81 @ya- meals, recipes, serving suggestions Simple Inc. founder and CEO. hoo.com. LANGDON, N.D. -- Results of 2nd Susan Hiltner, Langdon Juniors the Turtle Mountain Trap Shooting Juniors 1 st Mathew Oksendahl, Rugby League shoot held in Langdon on 1 st Chase Rohde, Landon 2nd Chase Rohde, Langdon July 21. Forty shooters attended. 2nd Mathew Oksendahl, Rugby Class A top shooter: Brandon 16 yard singles Handicap Oksendahl, Rugby Champ: R•eily Bata, Langdon Champ: Steve Lange, RollaClass B top shooter: Reily Bata, Class A Long yardage Langdon I st Brandon Oksendahl, Rugby1 st Darwin Bucholz, Rolla Class C shooter: Steve Lange, 2nd Darwin Bucholz, Rugby 2nd Brandon Oksendahl, Rugby Rolla 3rd John Peters, Rolla 3rd John Peters, Rolla Junior top shooter: Steve Lange, Class B Middle yardage Rolla 1 st Max Johnson, Langdon 1 st Reily Bata, Langdon 2nd Chad Trottier, Rolette 2nd Max Johnson, Langdon Women's top shooter: Sara 3rd Leonard Lange, Rolla 3rd Chad Trottier, Rolette Clemens, Rolette Class C Short yardage Most improved shooter: Bill I st James Weeks, Langdon I st Jim Gilje, Rolette Mol g o , RoSette 2nd Justin Clemens, Rolette 2nd James Weeks, Langdon Youngest shooter: Payton Hen- 3rd Jim Gilje, Rolette 3rd Marshall Lange, Rolladrickson, Rolette Women Women Overall champ shooter: Darwin 1 st Sara Clemens, Rolette 1 st Sara Clemens, Rolette Bucholz, Rolla _¸ Photo: Submitted 'Above: Co-hosts for the WCAS Class of 1958's 55th Class Reunion, Carrie and Harlan Larson present to Laurie Jensen, committee member of the TLC (The Lyric Continues), money collected at the recent • class reunion. Over $550.00 was collected. Members of other classes are encouraged to support this community project. The sign in the background was also previously donated by the Class of 1958. Harlan Larson designed and hand-carved the sign. night as a reward was also thrown out of business that are waiting to 1997, reopened in 2003. Cur- around. There were several ideas be installed, rently, the Park River Commu- that centered around the school. The holes in the floor from the nity Development Corporation For more fundraising ideas, the old seats have been filled in, and owns the Lyric. committee will be talking to son'le the floors have been steam The theater closed again last ofthepeople who helped with the cleaned. A volunteer has been December because the manage- Save Our Strand project in tbund who has agreed to paint the ment couldn't find help to help Grafion. floors, run the equipment. The switch A donation gauge will be putThe old projector also needs to from 35-mm to digital would up to show the progress of the be removed. The floors and plat- make the process ofrunningfihns TLC project. A list of what is ters in the projection booth also easier to do. needed at the Lyric also will be need to be taken out. To donate, checks should be put up around the community and However, nothing needs to bemade payable to the Park River on their Facebook page "Lyric done to theroofofthe asthe com- Community Theatre. Donations Theatre - Park River". A plan of mittee originally thought, are tax-deductable. what the new bathrooms wilt look Before the Lyric opens again, The next meeting of the TLC like will be put up in front of the they need to find a manager. The committee will be at 7 p.m. on Lyric. manager's job would be to sched- Sept. 5 at the Park River City Of- The committee has decided ule the different movies, set up rice meeting room. If anyone is that there needs to be restorations, the projector, to order the candy, interested in joining the TLC and volunteers are needed to help. organize volunteers to help sell committee or the TLC fundrais- The Park River Fire Department tickets andcandy,•and other tasks ing committee, have any other took out'the-old seats like,these,Soond re ¢ill bead- questions, want to donate .or are May. There are new seats vertisements out for this position, interested in volunteering, they with cup holders that came from The Lyric Theatre was origi-should contact the Park River a theater in Valley City that went nally opened in 1915, closed in City Office at 284-6150. .... is where iS. Altru's telemedicine conveniently and securely connects you with specialty care. This access to quality care saves travel time and keeps you close to home. 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The cutting shall be completed no later than September first of each year, as prescribed by the Walsh County Board of Commissioners• If the landowner or operator fails to cut the weeds and grasses along the designated highways or roads as provided in this policy, the Walsh County Board of Commissioners may cause the weeds and grasses to be cut and $100 per one-half land mile (one side of road), fine or the actual cost of mowing, which ever is greater, shall be certified to the County Auditor, and all of the expenses shall be charged against the land of the landowner and shall become a part of the taxes to be levied against the land for the ensuing year and shall be collected in the same manner as other real estate taxes are collected• Grass must be mowed shoulder level or lower. This policy is in accordance with Century Code: 63-05-01, 63-05-02•