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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS • WEDNESDAY, AUOUST 27, 2014 Pase 9 AgCotmtry Farln Credit Services Provides Handbooks to Park River Area FAA GRAFTON, N.D. -- The Grafton office of AgCountry Farm Credit Services has presented the Park River Area High School FFA chapter with their supply of FFA handbooks for the school year. The handbooks are presented to FFA first year &apos;greenhands' to be used throughout the four-year FFAprogram. Patty Eidenschink, Loan Service Specialist in Grafton, presented 20 handbooks to Brent Amdt, FFA Advisor at Park Riv- er High School. This is the 38th year that the Farm Credit Services associations in North Dakota have provided FFA handbooks to area schools. This year, approximately eighty high school agriculture education programs in North Dakota and northwest Minnesota will receive over 2,500 of the student hand- books for the start of the 2014/2015 school year. Funding for the FFA handbook has been provided by Farm Cred- it Services since its inception in 1977. Farm Credit Services is committed to helping the FFA provide excellence in the teaching and learning of agriculture and its activities in science, technology, production, processing, and relat- ed agribusiness activities as well as understand the vital and neces- sary role of the agricultural in- dustry. Farm Credit Services is proud to support today's youth who may become tomorrow's agricultural producers and leaders. AgCountry Farm Credit Serv- ices is a farmer-owned financial services company providing cred- it and financial services to cus- tomers in southeastern North Dakota and west central Min- nesota, and agribusinesses across the United States. Grafton student named to dean's list FARGO, N.D. -- Area North Dakota students were among the 142 North Dakota State University students to be placed on the summer 2014 dean's list. A student must earn a 3.50 grade point average or higher and be en- rolled in at least nine class credits to qualify for the summer list. Students are listed by home- town. Students' majors also are listed. Erika M. Tisdale of Grafton, N.D., is majoring in Human De- velopment and Family Sci. jes ready to play PRFL I 9otball opener to take place this Friday at Grafton Photos: Larry Biri Above: Cadyn Hunter will be a big part of the offense running the football. The Aggies open the season August 29 at Grafton. Right: A lot of the success of this years Aggie football team will be on the shoulders of quarterback Abraham Hankey and his ability to throw the football. DIRECT CA RE ASSOCIATE njoy community involvement, socializing, coach- )pping, sporting events, dinner and a movie or a difference no matter how big or small... oin our Full and art-time 9ositions available with creative ing -- college students, high school students, ,e 18), retirees or people looking for a second ob. individuals with develo3mental disabilities in ob- their ersonal goals, assist in providing basic phys- services and aid in the develo )ment of skill in )rk, recreation, leisure and community activities. s graduation from hic h school or GED. Startinc ;2,104/month ($12.12t/hour). Skills & Transition Center' im3ressive benefits includes: • FULLY aid health insurance coverage for families and individuals • Retirement 31an • Life Insurance • Accrue( annual and sick leave each month • Ten 9aid holidays per rear • Advancement opportunities available • Shift differential available Apply on-line yww.n . v hrm " a f rm .h ml LIFE SKILLS & TRANSITION CENTER 701 West 6 th Street Grafton, ND Anyone needing assistance or :ommodation should contact Kosmatka, 701-352-4284 _ .,. The State o 'Sorth Dalmttt g an Eqltal Oplmrtlt/tity Em 'Ho)'el; II , operate a drttg-/J'ee t'amltt,. 1P ANNUAL STUMP LAKE VHAAGE Your ad goes here! Call 284-6333 today for rates. THRF_00HING BEE LABOR DAY WEEKEND Sunday, August 31 = & Monday, September I st Adults $10.00; 6-12 $5.00; Under 6 Free Wristband Admits Both Days Admission Does Not Include Food or Drink Sunday Events Church Service at 8:00am • Sayler's Starburst Band at 10:00am Dixie Cups at 12:00pm • Lucky Lenny the Clown at 12:30pm Lutherlic Ladies at 3:00pm • Slow Tractor Race at 3:00pm Kids Pedal Tractor Pull at 3:30pm (2:30pm registration) '" ::' "a,U=4 ' '':"''''E't'ents--'''" e. =ndatmo,. ' .......... • Sayle . at Jeffery Salveson, Magician at 11:30 am High Plains Trio at 1200pm • Balloon Twisting at 12:30pm Paul Neis Band at 3:00pm • Stump Lake Tractor Club Pull at 3:00pm Weigh in from 10:00am -12:00 noon Kid's Money Scramble at 3:30pm Events Both Days Thrashermen's Breakfast serving from 7:00am - l:00pm Craft Show All Day • Parade at 2:00pm (featuring ASs Chalmers tractors) Grain Threshing • Old Time Demonstrations Sawmill & Blacksmith Demos • Tours of the Village Village Gift Shop 9:00am - 5:00pm • Food Vendors Live Music • Horse Drawn Events (weather permitting) Stump Lake Village is located at the entrance of Stump Lake Park 10 miles South of Lakota or 10 miles North of Pekin on ND Hwy #1 Visit our website at Click on Stump Lake Village PETS NOT PERMITTED iN BUILDINGS Hosted by the Nelson County Historical Society A non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the past for future generations. 305.6 +/- ACRES GRAND FORKS COUNTY, ND LAND AUCTI()N p'l [qll v r'-" I Ill Ii JH I t ILi lI .I tl14, l, Ik i mclq il (l i i ! .I’i il; I]1 I I[III]D.R iill Featuring a half section of excellent farmland, good access & CRP income! |:UIll t tel  I hilt:| t tel  Ii PARCEL ONE Acres: ] 51.]2 +h Legal: NEh -29-] 53-53 Cropland: ] 23.5 +/-acres CRP: 3.7 acre€ @ $62.64/ ac. - Expires: 9-30-2014 CRP: 9.3 acres Coo 5109.201 ac. - Expires: 9-30-2023 PARCEL TWO Acres: 154.48 +/- Legal: SEV4 29-153-53 Cropland: ] 35.5 +/- acres CRP: 4.8 acres* @ 562.64/ ac.- Expires: 9-30-20]4 CRP: 11 acres @ 546.84/ ac. - Expires: 9-30-2017 [elvljl =15,11h,1 i'm:l,1111 I,] -" II k,].iClq o tq .mm ,uq 1,t. h[-i]-d :! , I I a Gilby, ND 33 N + 2 i 7< _.2 Honeyford, ND I h i ]1 PIFER'5 AGENT CONTACT: Lindsey Brown - 701.371.5538 :t. 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Most people don't need speeds that fast.., at least not yet. However, there are more and more applications that will requite robust speeds that only fiber can handle. We are seeing increased demands for video streaming and gaming, as well as an increased number of devices in each home that use broadband access. tfyou have not had fiber plowed to youl location and would like more infomatio:l, please cow,tact our office at 701.284.7 or i.800.28,1.7222. We are open I,,4onday Friday, 7:30a.m. 5:.30 p.m. and Saturdays, S:00 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m. 5'  L: J!' F'-- *\\; - 1 • 7</,/,/w,{ h i/k po l,i 1.( 01 , } w ALSH COUNTY We're your hometown paper zn the heart of Watsh County. Stay connected, subscribe. In county Out of county Out of state $34 $38 $42 To started call 701-284-6333.