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THE WALSH COUNTY OMMUNITY PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I, 20 14 Pa e 5 By Ronnie Setness PARK RIVER, N.D. -- In our planning study which started January 22 under con- sulting agent Dr. Mary Erhardt, it was em- phasized that we needed community members involved in hiring and selecting new teachers. The teachers need to have good teaching skills, be of good moral character and have knowledge of the area they are teaching. (They need to fit our community and our val- ues.) Hiring of new teachers is too big a job for one person to do. The good part of in- volving the community or representatives of is that it won't cost the state or community any- thing. Without addressing this very important area, I believe the 8 million on a new remod- eling project and building would be largely wasted. I believe the school remodeling and build- ing program is a real opportunity of our cam- munity and I am also very excited that Adams chose us too be partners in our Park River Area School District. (Almost a marriage in heav- en.) Now most of our money's for our schools come from the state based on enrollment, about 70%, the rest from property taxes. The extra tax on acre of land in district would be between fifty cents and a dollar per acre. As a farmer, I would experience a larger cost than someone living in a town paying tax only on a house; however farmers and land owners are a more permanent part of the community as they are tied to the land and quite possibly Will someday have sons and daughters and grandchildren continue to be part of the com- munity and benefit from the new school plant. An upgraded school plant will encourage more businesses, perhaps more professional people and others to locate in our communi- ty. Quite possibly, encourage new business to come to Park River and at the same time look like a better opportunity for families with chil- dren to enroll their children in our school sys- tem from surrounding areas. At the same time we can't just think about the plant, we need good, committed teachers. A better plant may be an attraction to get the best teachers but we also need your, the com- munity. The best plant and the best teachers is not enough without a committed community. This strategic planning with Dr. Erhardt has been a community plan with teacher input, stu- dent input and other professionals. If we de- cide to go with this plan, we need to do every- thing right this time. I did not vote for the pervious building pro- gram but will probably vote for this one. Editor's Note: Setness is from Park River. ~ .~ "Lr'Lr--_:" -~ -~_- i"~: .~..~ -~_- A i~_ -~ --z .I ................. 3 tions the CDC recommends to sen- is a change of decades-old advice, pneumococcal vaccine you should pocket, you can expect tO pay iors, especially this time of year, are The vaccines are Prevnar 13 and get the Prevnar 13 first, followed by around $50 to $85 for Pneumovax the pneumococcal vaccines for Pneumovax 23. Previously, only Pneumovax 23 six to12 months lat- 23, and around $120 to $150 for the pfleumonia. An estimated 900,000 Pneumovax 23 was recommended er. But, if you've already been vac- Prevnar 13. people in the U.S. get pneumococ- for seniors, cinated with Pneumovax 23 you cal pneumonia each year, and it kills Both vaccines, which are ad- should get Prevnar 13 at least one Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, around 5,000. ministered just once, work in dif- year later, eo. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit This year, the CDC is recom- ferent ways to provide maximum Medicare currently covers only SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the mending that all seniors 65 orold- protection, one pneumococcal vaccine per old- NBC Today show and author of "The Savvy Sen- er get two separate vaccines, which If you haven't yet received any er adult. If you're paying out of ior'" book : _ ~ _'-_ T:T ~_- ~ ~ EL= ~."? ~ A ~ -~ ~- ~.I .,IC JL .L Jt l at .l. at "W ~ ~ ~ ~ ~.~ at l" ~ at at A ~J JLI .~ for the completion of the campground is fall of 2015. The campground is phase one of a multi- phase development of a 40-acre complex on the eastern edge of Park River. The land has been donated to Parks and Recreation by the City of Park River. Additional phases of the project include a 3-plex ball diamond, pool, playground and a Sports Center. The Advisory Commit- tee will be leading the fundraising efforts through the continued phases of the project. t-Ialy rs0n said that he is excited for the RV oarkprgject to get started because the 20 s tes al!, w tl : ater, sew& 16Iectricity could gen- 'e hte' ore than 30,000 in revenue for Park River Parks and Rec. and, he added, that num- ber of sites could go up. Ross Lambert of the Drayton Park District also presented a plan at the Outdoor Heritage Fund meeting to develop a 75-unit RV park to be located on land north of the Cenex in Dray- ton: The OHF recommendation to the North Dakota Industrial Commission for Drayton was for $125,000 of their requested $295,000. Awards also were granted to projects from the following organizations: Audubon Dakota Delta Waterfowl Photo: Submitted Above: Advisory Committee: Front (L to R) Kirk Ham, Jon Markusen, Kyle Halvorson, Jolene Halldorson Back: Steve Currie, Bruce Hacjan, Diana Hahn, Louise Dryburgh, Steve Rehovsky Pheasants Forever Dakota Chapter, Bismarck ND Parks & Recreation Department The Nature Conservancy Grand Forks Park District Sandhills Archery Club Morton County Parks Fingal Wildlife Club Wild Rice Soil Conservation District ND Game and Fish Department The amounts were approved at the Sept 17 Tri-Cities Joint JDA meeting of the Industrial Commission MAYVILLE, N.D. -- Fabian Shoults will be honored among several Mayville State University alumni and friends during Mayville State University's 2014 homecom- ing weekend festivities scheduled for Oct. 3 through Oct. 5 in Mayville, N.D. A special focus of the annual celebration will be on the 125th anniversary of Mayville State University, which is officially on Nov. 2, 2014. Fabian Shoults began his coach- ing career at Lankin (N.D.) High School in 1958. He also did stints at Fort Belvoir, Va. (2nd Army baseball) and Crary (N.D.) High School, and spent the bulk of his ca- reer at Park River (N.D.) High School. In 1989, Fabian was named to the North Dakota High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame, and he was National Coach of the Year for golf. In 1982, 1985, and 1989, Shoults was named the Re- gion 5 Coaches Association Golf Coach of the Year, and he earned NE Region Class A Basketball Coach 0fthe Year honors in 1972. His teams won eight state champi- onships in golf, two regional bas- ketball championships, and three conference football titles. The record books credit Fabian Shoults with 474 coaching victories in basketball, football, and golf. He was a mem- ber of the North Dakota High School Activities Association golf advisory committee from 1981 to 1985 and the National High School Athletic Coaches Association region 6 vice chairman from 1983 to 1986. A member of Mayville State's Athletic Hall of Fame, Shoults graduated from Mayville State in 1958, earning a major in social stud- ies and a minor in physical educa- tion. Richard Fugleberg, Portland, N.D., Ross Johnson, Portland, N.D., Travis Lindgren, East Grand Forks, Minn., Lindsey (Eliason) McMe- n y, .FargQ,, N,D., ..an dthe 1960- 61 basketball t am will be induct- effihR 5 the Ma3Mlle State Univer- sity Athletic Hall of Fame. Rod MacDonald, Portland, N.D., Fabi- an Shoults, Rogers, Minn., Curtis Strand, Stewart, Minn., and Paul Twenge, Excelsior, Minn., will each be inducted into Mayville State Athletic Coaches Hall of Fame. These folks will all be hon- ored during a banquet scheduled for Friday, Oct. 3, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the MSU Campus Center Luckasen Room. 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The recognition of this year's in- ductees will take place between the performances of the Mayville State concert choir and the concert band. Inductees are Kris Eylands, Grand Forks, N.D., Jeff Nelson, North- wood, N.D., Bob Sylskar, Mayville, N.D., and Dr. Anthony Thein, Min- neapolis, Minn. The Mayville State University Alumni Association is sponsoring a number of additional events in cel- ebration of Homecoming 2014, as well as the University's 125th an- niversary. A special invitation is ex- tended to alumni, as well as all members of the Mayville-Portland and surrounding communities. Festivities will kick off with the Northern Lights Arts Gallery Open House Friday, Oct. 3. The work of 1974 Mayville State graduate Doug Anderson will be featured in the homecoming show, which includes watercolor, pencil and colored pen- cil creations depicting local land- marks and people, along with oth- er subjects. Doug's art will be on display in the gallery located at the west end of the MSU Classroom Building through the month of Oc- tober. Visit with Anderson and en- joy refreshments in the MSU Cam- pus Center Heritage Room from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3. In addition to the Hall of Fame Awards Dinner, Friday's activities will include a social for alumni and friends at the Top Hat in downtown MayviUe, from 9:00 to 11:00 p.m. Homecoming day, Saturday, Oct. 4, will begin with an alumni meet and greet at the newly opened Ed- son and Margaret Larson Alumni and Leadership Center, located at the comer of Third Avenue and Stan Dakken Drive. Alumni and friends are invited to stop by for socializ- ing and refreshments from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. The traditional homecoming parade will start at the east side of the MSU campus and make its way through town beginning at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 4. 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