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H Page 12 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS /EDNESDAY, OCTOBER I, 2014 I p Volunteers put together an experience that spans continents at the Park River Bible Camp Meatball and Lutefisk Dinner Photos: Larry Biri Top Left: Jamie Travers (left) and Kody Stark served up perfectly boiled lutefisk at the Bible Camp on Sunday. Top Right: All the way from Denmark... Foreign exchange student Viderup Serup enjoys some lutefisk and lefse Leroy Pederson. Anne's stepdad Per WOrm stayed with Louise and Leroy Pederson in1987- 88. Know Anne is following in her step dad's fOOt- steps staying in Edinburg with Jared and Jess Ellingson this year. Anne's morn is Anette Viderup. Bottom Left: Bucky Peterson and Ma- jode Johnson have a good time in the rain no less on their way to the Bible Camp Hall with two roast- ers of meatballs. Bottom Right: Daniel Olson dressed for the elements as he directs traffic at the Bible Camp Sunday in a steady rain. Your community. Your paper. What is your story? Contact Allison or Brook at the Walsh Cotmty Press 284.6333 or YOU HAVEwATER. YOU HAVE ELECTRICITY. Polar Communications'Fiber-To-The-Home project is ongoing and will be completed no later than 2016. We have been bringing fiber to our rural area to prepare your homeor business for the future. You may not realize your need for having fiber optics at your location now, but one day everyone will havea need and it is growing fast. Just like rural water, getting fiber after the completion of this project could cost you thousands of dollars. WHY FIBER? Fiber is fast. Most people don't need speeds that least not yet. However, there are more and more applications that will require 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. If you have not had fiber plowed to your location and would like more information, please contact our office at 701.284.7221 or 1.800.284.7222. We are open Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (assistance by phone) \ We've been an zig trunk since beIbre North l)akom was a stoic, and that mear~s~9~e have a ~-~, tong relationship with the rich soil that our E~rm customers call their ofticc..]ust like m~ experienced farmer, we've seen and heard it all, and that means we know how to overcome prettT much any challenge, that ag throws your way because we ve done it before. LNOE~ When it's time to get to work, you Member need a bank that roils up its sleeves. FDIC Putting Farmers First |