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SEPTEMBER 26, 2012 12 THE PRESS PAGE 7 'Feed My Starving Children' Cli for a cause sets April 5-7, 2013 to pack PARK RIVER, VER, N.D. --- Tricia Zikmund went in to Art of Touch Salon Salon and Spa in Park River to ... to get a new 'do before her year at North Dakota State Uni- versity began. This I. This wasn't all trim, th()u though. She wanted sore ething sPe- cial. Kiln Hanneson chopped off the ponytail and then styled Tricia's hair. hair. Th e ponytail was ( to Locks of Love. According to theJ tc their web- site, "'Locks of Love is a pub- lic non-profit organization that ;hairpieces to fi- nanciall) dren in the 'nited States and Canada under age 21 a,,,, 21 suffer- ing from long-tenn I medical hair loss from any any diagno- sis." In.order to to donate hair must be sent in a ira braid or ponytail. Ten inches ir;hes meas- ured tip to tip is tip i,; the mini- mum length needed.For a hairpiece. Shorter sep- arated and sold to hel ld t:, help offset manufacturing cos:s, costs. Those most been diagnosed x:th with cancer or alopecia, which is  is an auto- immune that causes NOW, THEREFOREI BE SOLVED that the Board o County Commissioners Emergency tbr all, of Walsh and BE IT FUTHER the Board of Walsh County sioners proclaims that a effect tbr Walsh County when t Dakota Rangeland Fire dan gel in the VERY HIGH or EXTR dex and/or a RED Flag been issued for Walsh Coup: Pursuant to NDCC 37-1 '7. person who willfully violates ing ban established by this res, guilty of a Class B is punishable by a fine o $1,000.00 and 30 days in jal. To find the state's fire danL to RE, BE 1T RE- of Walsh rs declares a Fire Walsh County: )LVED that Commis- a B urn Ban is in vvtien the North danger index is EXTREME in- Wan)ing has Cotmty. 37-17.1-10, any the bum- ' this resolution is which fine of up to in iail. danger map go Ph0t0:Submitted Above: Tricia Zikmund of Park River clipped her hair for a good cause. She donated her ponytail to Locks of Love. the hair tbllicles to shut Jehlicka. down. Jehlicka age 42 of Tricia said that this was Fordville, ND passed away, some thing she want6d to do Aug. 6, 2012 after a battle in memory of Bridgette with colon cancer. , ,, ,, http:llwww.nd.govldesl Above: The fire danger map on the ND Department of Emer- gency Services site indicates Walsh County is in a Burn Ban. 410,000 meals in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. --, The inter denominational coordinating committee foLk'Feed My Starving Children" has set April 5-7, 2013 as the dates to pack 410,000 meals for starvation-impacted chil- dren, according to Volunteer Chairs Jodie and Brace Storhaug of Grand Forks. Packing will once again be in the Grand Forks Pub- lic Works Building. This will be the third ammal packing effort for northeastern North Dakota and northwestern Min- nesota. The 2011 and 2012 projects packed 590,000 meals. The goal for 2013 is to reach a total of one million meals for the region. Area churches and community organizations are invited to join in raising the $90,200 required for meal ingredients and to recruit 2,000 volunteers to work in two-hour shifts. In 2012, 30 churches and 31 businesses joined service clubs, schools, the University of North .Dakota and scores of individuals to finance and pack meals. The meal ingredients, formulated by Cargill and General Mills, include white rice, soybean protein, chicken-flavored vegetarian powder with 20 vitamins and minerals and dehydrated mixed vegetables. At a cost of 22 cents per meal, FMSC offers the most cost efl'ective food-packing program known to- day, the Storhaugs pointed out. The 310,000 meals packed last April went to t laiti and Nicaragua. Churches, community clubs, businesses, schools and individuals throughout northeastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota interested in meeting this goal may contact jstorhaug@gra.mid- comet, or phone 701-780-9654, or write to FMSC, 306 Circle Hills Drive, Grand Forks, ND 58201. More information is available at Grand Forks. Checks may be written out to FMSC #1304-13 and mailed to Circle Hills Drive. Diana said that their SuperValu rep nominated them for the award. From there, a committee of the North Dakota Grocer:s Association board members sifted through the nominations to select a winner. It is all kept secret until the awards banquet at the an- nual convention, which was held Sept. 10. Diana said the board membersand a few Super- Valu representatives knew that they were to win the award and so they contacted the Hahn's family members who were able to attend the awards pro- gram. The full biography explains what made them stand out among every other grocer in the state. It ' read: "The commitment to their business, their cus- tomers and their community is exemplary. "They are second-generation retailers. They pur- chased the store from her parents, Jim & Jean Mosolf in January of 2006 and are the owners of Jim's SuperValu in Park River, N.D. They are both very active in their community and the grocery in- dustry and are very respected by their peers. "With his meat processing skills, Randy devel- oped the very popular 'Randy's Backyard Smoke- house', .which is a very big part of their store today. He is also the President.of the North Dakota Meat Processors Association and has won several awards for his work. Diana is the Northwest Director of the association and also President of the Park River School Board. "Randy is the Commander of the Sons of Le- gionnaires and Diana is an Auxiliary member. As part of the American Legion, Randy & Diana created a program to honor deceased veterans who were laid to rest at the two cemeteries in Park River with permanent emblems of the American Legion that hold flags. They donated profits from hamburger and hot dog leeds and other events to purchase the emblems and recruited the local Boy Scouts to help. with placement. "Married since 1997, Randy and Diana have four children: Josh, Jeremy, Jameson and Destinee. They truly are the heart and soul of our indusny and we are honored to be associated with such fine grocers and individuals." Diafla said that it was an award that she never ex- pected to get, and especially not at this point in their careers. Upon accepting their award she said, "'We really have to share it with my parents. Without them, we would not be here." In addition to being awarded this honor, Diana also was elected to serve on the board tbr the North Dakota Grocer's Association. In her new role she will serve with industry leaders who represent busi- nesses fi:om across the state including: SuperValu, Nash Finch, Hugo's, and Leever's. For more than 50 years the association has helped grocers across the state. The association provides a number of services to groceries statewide which in- dude: coupon processing, the annual convention, which is an industry event with national speakers and vendors as well as the banquet and awards, and they also offer a college scholarship opportunity to seniors with connections to the indusny.  We really have to share it with my parents. Without them, we would not be here." Call Dub Constructiio for local service! Good drainage can improve field operation and producti reduce risk of crop loss, rn los.,; maxi- mize net returns, and rnc ancl much more. 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