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PAGE 8 THE PRESS AUGUST 21, 2013 f CAVALIER, N.D. -- Tractor activities will be plentiful m the 20th Annual Pioneer Machinery Show with everything fi0m the Kiddie Pedal Pull to the Antique Tractor Pull during two day event Septem- ber 7-8 at the Pembina County Historical Grounds. Anyone with an antique tractor and a desire to 'drive to town' is en- couraged to participate in the Trac- tor Trek which opens Saturday's ac- tivities. Tractors will leave the Historical Grounds at 10:00 and travel north and east to arrive in Cav- alier, stop at Wedgewood Nursing Home, and go to the Chuckwagon Caf6 tbr lunch before traveling back to the Show. Participants should register by 9:30. The best of the best kids from around North Dakota will'be com- peting in the North Dakota State Kids Pedal Pull. Milan Drewlow, manager of the Red River Pedal Pull, expects about 90 young peo- ple ages 4-11 to compete for the op- pol mity to advance to the Nation- al Kids Pedal Pull in Mitchell, SD. The Pull begins at 1:00 on Saturday. Tractors of a different kind will provide the excitement when the Maverick Lawn Mower races begin at 3:00. The members of the Mav- ericks are from the Hallock area and provide the thrills and spills of lawn mower racing. Amateurs are invited to bring their mowers and add to the race events with a Le- Mane style race of their own. Tractors from around the area and beyond will be shown off during the annual parade. Anyone with an an- tique tractor or other parade entry is encouraged to participate in this highlight of the Show. Prizes in- cluding one for featuring the best wheat theme will be awarded dur- Wheat industry to be at Pioneer Show in Cavalier CAVALIER, N.D. -- Highlighting the area's wheat industry, the 20th Annual Pioneer Machinery Show will be held Sept. 7-8 at the Pembina County Historical Museum Grounds, Cavalier, ND. North Dakota's wheat industry began in Pembina County in the 1880s. St. Thomas, ND, was the largest primary wheat market in the world in t884 and 1885 when the cost of production per acre was $5.95 as stated in an article from the July 12, 1882, Park River Gazette. In addition to the traditional events, the 20th Annual Pioneer Machinery Show will interest those with a competitive side. Two events are scheduled to feature the wheat industry. Bread and bun bakers are encouraged to bring their best to the Show for judging on Saturday. Divisions include white or whole wheat bread and white or whole wheat buns for adults and those under 18. Cash prizes are $50 for first and $25 for runner-up in each age category. Returning for its third year is the photo contest with divisions for adults and those under 18. Photos must feature some aspect of the wheat industry; cash prizes are $50 tbr first and $25 for runner- up in both divisions. People's choice winner will receive $25. For further information on both contests, contact the Museum. ing the parade. This commemorative book ofpho- The new year in North Dakota tOE and history was written and corn- Pedal Pull competition begins Sun- piled by Jim Benjaminson, PCHS day following the parade when board member. Sponsors of the kids ages 4-11 can compete tbr a book are D&B Motors of Langdon, chance at next year's state title. The Cavalier Equipment of Cavalier, adult pedal will also be held. Hansons Implement of Cavalier, Following the parade, the smoke Morrison's Equipment of Hallock, and noise begins with the Jim John- and United Valley Bank of Cavalier. ston Memorial Tractor Pull run by All of this and more at the 20th the Northern Pullers Assoc. John- Annual Pioneer Machinery Show ston, who passed away this past Sept. 7-8 at the Pembina County year, was an avid puller and mere- Historical Grounds located 51/2 bet of the Nol hem Pullers. Entry fee miles west of Cavalier. The $5.00 is $10 with cash prizes, admission button is good for both To learn more about tractors, pre- days; children 12 and under are ad- vious Machinery Shows, and ma- mitted free. To learn more about the chinery with Pembina County ori- Show, call the Museum at 701-265- gins, purchase a 20th Year An- 4941 or email pchsm@polar- niversary book while at the Show or and find us oil Face- at the Museum tbllowing the Show. book. ) set JAMESTOWN, N.D. - ......... Prepare to Empowe and Brandy LaDue, helped establish a non-profit or- Yoursel' at the second annual Women in Lefidership ' giafiizafion in the hem1 of the 0il boom to welcome new Development(WILD) Conference onThursday)Sej t. -%gtdefi'fg'+a'tid falnil}eS tb< the WitliSton area: The 19, at file North Dakota Farmers Union Conference Cen- ' group's outreach has now expanded to include city beau, ter in Jamestown. Cost is $99 per person and includes tification. Johaing Austreim and LaDue on the panel will conference fee and lunch. To register, call 1-800-366- be Katie Pinke. Pinke is an expert on social media. She 8331 ext. 1 l 0 or online at A pre- has used the tool to change the perspective offamling conference party will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 18, and the ability of women to tell their story in rural Amer- from 6-8 p.m. at the Quality Inn. Award-wilming broad- ira. caster Sarah Gustin of KX News will emcee the event. After hearing from panelists, participants will build Gustin is the farm broadcaster and noon show anchor on the inspiration and motivation of the presenters to for KX News in Bismarck. She continues to be an ac- create a community project that addresses an impor- tive partner in her family's purebred cattle operation, tant need or issue. In a small group setting, women will and serves as the N.D. Gelbvieh Association vice pres- develop an execution plan that includes NDFU seed ident, money to move the idea forward. NDFU will give the Keynote speaker Rene6 Rongen, an award-winning tools and ongoing support to complete the project. inspirational and humorous speaker, author and busi- To make hotel reservations, call 701-252-3611 by ness consultant, will share her "'Legacy Living" phi- Aug.l 5. Mention "NDFU WILD" to get a special room losophy. The cont rence will feature a panel of corn- rate. Join our WILD Facebook group and register on- munity advocates. Two of the panelists, Codi Austreim line at Photo: Larry Biri Though the school year is near, some kids made the most of their summer by being entre- preneurs. Above: This summer you could find Jackson and Hudson Nelson selling lemonade and cookies on Main Street across from the Lyric Theater for fireworks. Cookies and one glass of lemonade were 50 cents each. They didn't have any specific amount that they wanted to earn in mind. Pictured here, they are serving to Harvey Tallackson. GRAFTON, N.D. --North Dakota's new smoke-free law re- quires that all enclosed p, ihlir plat-o< "In my visits with Walsh County businesses the new smoke-fTee law has and places of employment must post smoke-free signs. That inchldes been well received," said Laxdal." restaurants, bars, truck stops, church- es, guest rooms and common areas and is not, acceptable to smoke to- quirements of the new law," said within hotels and motels, health care bacco. Laxdal has hand delivered Laxdal. facilities;, tonrg, temi and .assisted , +free' 'signage to' many businesses ', The fine fo'r,no Complying with living centers, and licensed adult day throughout Walsh County. Howev- the law by an ownel; manager, or care facilities, er, outlying businesses such as po- person of general supervisory re- To assist the public and busi- taro warehouses and other busi- sponsibility of an establishment is nesses with the transition into the nesses did not have signage deliv- not to exceed $100 for the first vi- smoke-free law, Walsh County ered. Contact the Walsh County olation, not to exceed $200 for a sec- Health District has educational re- Health District to have them mail or ond violation within one year, and sources and complementary signage deliver signage to your business, not to exceed $500 for each addi- available for local business. In ad- "In my visits with Walsh Coun- tional violation within one year of dition, downloadable signage tern- ty businesses the new smoke-free the preceding violation. plates and educational resources law has been well received," said For more information about the are available at www.breathend. Laxdal. According to Laxdal, al- smoke-flee law or how to obtain flee com. though free signage has been de- signage, contact the Walsh Sharon Laxdal, Walsh County livered to many businesses, some County Health District at 701-352- Tobacco Prevention Coordinator businesses still have not posted the 5139, or the Center for Tobacco Pre- reported that signs are ndcessary to required signage. "Our goal is to see vention & Control Policy at inibnn the public of the smoke-free that businesses post the smoke- 1.877.277.5090 or info@brea- law and let them know where it is, free signage so that they meet the re- AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? CRP Land in Golden Township, wash County CRP contract expires 2013. Call 701-284-7444 for more details Call Dub Construction for local quality service/ Good drainage can improve field operation and production, reduce risk of crop loss, maxi- mize net returns, and much more. 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