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OCTOBER 2,, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 5 Photos: Larry Biri Above: A crowd of more than 100 people of all ages and denominations gathered at Park River Area school last Wednesday, a.~ Ex'=--= E ~E~=~ E",~L,;.U., .,f,. who took part with some River Bible Camp and from Grafton and Edin- hopes to become a coun- burg were also in atten- cilor. He said that that dance, turning point has not only One of the students, _ I_ changed liis life, but it has Ryan, prepared an emo- -- A -1t given him direction. He tional message for the plans on going to Bethle- night. 3ff hem College and Semi- "We as Christians don't nary in Minneapolis to always fully understand pursue a Master of Divin- Jesus' sacrifice," he said ity. adding, "He bore God's Ryan said to the crowd wrath-- all of it... What gathered at the flagpole Jesus did for us is the that He won't solve all of greatest thing. He took the your problems, or take punishment and paid the your pain, but He will help fine for what we did." you through it. Ryan said that he prays "Life isn't about us," he that we can humble our- said. "It's about living for selves before God every Him." day. See You at the Pole will "I want everyone to once again be held next know Christ and what he's year on the- fourth done," he said. Above: Rylan Setness was one of nine students who set out to organize the See Wednesday in September. At the,age of 16, Ryan You at the Pole event in Park River he helped to lead the group praying for stu- Ryan said that events fought his own personal dents around the world and all persecuted Christians around the flagpole, like See You at the Pole struggle with life to the aren't something that you p.Qjn.t., .whel:e he had foun d the love and accept- and unable to find his sponsible for breaking the have to do, but it is good , ,,'r~y~ q -" .~ ~. " , .~- ~ '~ ' , p larined out his sulclde. ante that had been mass- own. " " Guinness World Record to do because it is a good tae sara that It wasr tn ; rag. He sala mat ne muna, Two Icears ago;-hc be- forthetongest ice cream :opportunity come to-. lowest point in :people whose words and came a Chrisfi n. He said sundae as,well as bring :` gether as ChiSsitans, and The turning point came actions finally met what that since he has come to ing the Offthe Chai'tsMu- maybe have the chance to when he decided to take he needed to see as dis- faith, he has grown a lot. sical Festival to Cavalier. show someone else out part in a youth group in playing genuine faithHe has continued with the He also has been working there who may need it that Cavafier. He said that he when he was losing hope youth group who is re- maintenance at the Park little bit of hope. WALHALLA, N.D. -- In con- junction with the Walhalla Pump- kin Fest on Saturday, Sept. 28, the Pembina Gorge Recreation Area held a guided Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) trail ride at the trailhead located west of Wal- halla. With all the moisture in the Pembina Gorge this summer, the OHV trails have been closed un- til repairs were made. Manager Mike Duerre says the work on the trails is complete and to cele- brate it was decided to have a guided trail ride. Information on the Pembina Gorge Recreation Area and North Dakota State Parks and Recre- ation programs is found online at www.parkrec.nd.gov or by call- ing the Pembina Gorge Recre- ation Area manager at 701-549- 2444. BISMARCK, N.D. -- The North Dakota Parks and Recre- ation Department (NDPRD) is seeking applications for its Com- munity Grant Program which in- cludes the Recreation Leadership Grant and Outdoor Recreation Facilities Grant. Applications will be taken from Oct. 1 through Nov. 1, 2013. The 63rd Legislative Assem- bly is providing up to $125,000 for the Recreation Leadership Grant and up to $350,000 for the Outdoor Recreation Facilities Grant. Grant applications for the Recreation Leadership Grant will only be accepted in 2013 and dis- tributed over the three year assis- tance period. The Outdoor Recre- ation Facilities Grant Funds will be distributed over the 2013-2015 biennium. Political subdivisions serving communities with a population of 13,000 or less may apply for Recreation Leadership Grants. Cities, park districts and school districts unable to support profes- sional recreation programs on their own are encouraged to con- sider joint applications to ensure continued funding support and broad access and use of programs. The Outdoor Recreation Facil- ities Grant provides funds, on a 50 percent matching basis, for po- litical subdivisions to improve, renovate, or construct outdoor fa- cilities primarily used for park and recreation purposes. Complete details for the Com- munity Grant Program can be found online at www.parkrec.nd.gov or by calling 701-328-5357. MANDAN, N.D. -- North Dakota Teen Challenge announces the dates and locations for the 2013 Celebration Dinners across North Dakota. Monday, October 7th at Cal- vary United Methodist Church lo- cated at 4575 45th St S in Fargo Thursday, October 17th at Century Baptist Church located at 205 Colt Ave. in Bismarck Thursday, November 7th at First Assembly of Gock Church, lo- cated at 1805 2nd St SE. in Minot Thursday, November 14th at St. John's Catholic Church located at 344 W 15th St. in Graflon This year's worship theme, "Glory to Glory" is inspired by the scripture, "And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate[a] the Lord's glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit." 2 Corinthians 3:18 The cost is: $15 for one or $120 for a table of eight .......... Registration is available online www.TC4Hope.org. For more details contact Mi- randa at MirandaA@TC4Hope.org or (701) 667-2131. Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only iCall: your newspaper or 1-866 85-8889 for details ,' ;j~;ii~/~ i ! ,/ HELP WANTED LEAD PRESSMAN OPPORTU- NITY at The Minot Daily News. Our ideal candidate will possess the talent and character to moti- vate, teach and lead a team of craftsmen to new heights. We publish seven days a week, using a Goss Urbanite Press. The Minot Daily News is part' of Ogden Newspapers, a growing family- owned company. Competitive salary with health coverage, vi- sion/dental, life insurance, 401k, and vacation. Coritact Steve Her- ron at sherron@minotdai- lynews.com, (70"1) 857-1912. BOTTINEAU WINTER PARK is currently seeking a Program Di- rector. Mail resume by October 10 to BWP, Box 168, Bottineau, ND 58318 info at www.skibwp.com/jobs (701) 263- 4556. CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER (GrandForks, ND. Seeking expe- rienced clinician to provide therapy services to children and families. Small independent practice. Part- time/full-time, flexible hours. Must have independent license. Train- ing and supervision for working with children provided as needed. Contact Diane@playtherapy- zone.corn AGRONOMY LOCATION MAN- AGER. Large cooperative in NW North Dakota with agronomy sales at location over $10 million. New Chemical warehouse, new appli- cation equipment. Excellent ben- efit package, very competitive salary is DOE with very generous incentive program, Housing avail- able. Please send resume to John Salvevold, Horizon Resources, 317 2nd St W, Williston ND 58801 or call (701) 572-8354 for more information. POSITION OPEN FOR Nelson County Road Superintendent. Re- sumes submitted to: 210 B Ave. W, Ste. 201, Lakota, ND 58344. Telephone: (701)247-2463. Dead- line October 10, 2013. PLmfg OF COOPERSTOWN now hiring Full-time CNC Machinists. No experience: starting wage $12.00/hour. With experience: starting wage depends on experi- ence. (701) 797-2881. Nice bene- fit package, clean air-conditioned shop, great community! H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local es- tablished electrical company in Williston, ND is seeking Journey- men and Experienced Apprentice Electricians. Oil & gas industry ex- perience a plus! Competitive pay and benefits. (701) 774-1001. CONSTRUCTION / FIELD TILE installation contractor looking for dependable individuals for sea- sonal or full-time employment. Must have equipment operating skills. Kingdom Construction (701) 341-0454. STEELE COUNTY HIGHWAY De- partment is hiring a fulltime back- hoe / plow truck operator. Class A CDL Required. Welding and me- chanical skills a plus. Email re- sume or pick up application. Ste- elecohighway@mlgc.com. EEOE. COMBINE OPERATORS AND semi drivers for fall harvest. Hous- ing included. Phone (701) 640- :3058. WATFORD CITY-CLASS A CDL Sand Hauler needed for oilfield hauls call Killer B Trucking H/R at (307) 362-5210 or pick up appli- cation at 12596 23rd St NW, Wat- ford City. TRANSYsTEMS IS NOW hiring CDL holders & loader operators in ID, ND, MT, WY, MN. Housing available. Seasonal & Year round. Local line hauls. Great pay, bonus and benefits. Apply www.transys- temsllc.com. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WANTED TO BUY Insurance Agency with MPCI/CROP HAIL Lines. All replies confidential. Please reply to BB-450, c/o NDNA, 1435 Interstate Loop, Bis- marck, ND 58503. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Con- tact Kevin Pifer (701) 238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Serv- ices. www.pifers.com WANTED: MINERAL INTER- ESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experi- enced Family Owned Oil Produc- tion & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs- sets@qwestoffice.net, (877) 754- 3111. LAND FOR SALE MUTLIPURPOSE LAND FOR Sale. 21 miles north of Williston at Apam. 15k per acre (701) 713- 0386. FOR SALE: 10 acres 3 mi. S of Watford City. $200,000.00. Call (701) 770-2310. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 2009 2 BEDROOM trailers, very clean, furnished with skirting. $11,500 each, ready to move, Minot, ND, (701) 839-8896 & (701) 833-8503 & (701) 833-1200. 2000 FRIENDSHIP 28X44 Mobile Home 3 bedroom, 2 bath, central A/C, gas furnace, taking offers, (701) 866-0051. HOMES FOR SALE LOG HOME IN Manitoba Canada for Sale. 5 bedrooms and 3 baths, 160 acres, excellent hunting. $599,000. For more details call (204) 539-2961 or e-mail jane- andbobhoy@gmail.com WANT TO LIVE near the Black Hills? 4bdrm/3bath, 2800 sq.ft. home on 25 acres in Newell, SD. Built in 2006., $310k. (605) 641- 1072, 7am-9pm. emaihbuttecoun- tysd@gmail.com HOMES FOR SALE: Bismarck, ND. 3900 Avondale Dr., $159,600. 3906 N. Valley Lp, $152,900. Rented lot, Schweitzer Realty, 701-220-1508. Call Danny for more info (701) 400-3707. LAKE FRONT PROPERTIES FOR SALE LAKE HOME, 16x80 3 bedroom, 2 bath, new siding, new flooring, propane heat, central air, rural wa- ter, 3 season room, 2 decks, garage, own lot, by Garrison, $165,000. Call (701) 525-6303 or (701) 626-1832. BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING, BUY LOCAL. Build This Year! Turn Key Avail- able. 40'x80', 70'x100', 80'x180', 120'x200'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call Wane (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741-9262. RV'S/CAMPERSI FOR SALE 2009 LUXURY 5th wheel 40', 2 bed 3 slides, W/D, 2 AC's, 2 Hot water heaters, No pets, Sleeps 8. $22,500 or best offer. (701) 516- 7386. 2011 42' 5TH WHEEL 2 bdrms, 3 slide outs, 2 ACs, W/D, $29,900. Minot Area, Call: (701) 340-0840. LIKE NEW, 2013 Open Range 345RSL 120 miles, towed once. Purchased new 5/13. $49,000. (406) 253-7528. SEMI-TRACTORS/TRAILERS FOR SALE 1997 W900L, C-15, 18 SP, $15,000.00. 2005 Western Star, C-15, 18SP, $25,000.00. 1977 Landoll full tilt Hydraulic trailer, Hy- draulic sliding tandems, $12,000.00. Please call (701) 629- 0044. FOR SALE 2000 & 2003 FREIGHT LINERS with vac pumps with tank 35,000 each, 2- aluminum tanks, 170 & 200 barrel fresh water tanks - 10,000 each (701) 580-5579 & (701) 694-3450. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LOOKING FOR THE most com- plete listing of ND Media? ND Me- dia Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223-6397, ND Newspaper Asso- ciation. A 25-WORD AD costs only $150. Runs in every North Dakota news- paper. What a deal! Contact your newspaper to place your ad. AUCTIONS PERFECT HORSE PROPERTY, sells at Absolute Auction near Rapid City, SD, October 9. 77 acres, 3 tracts, includes deluxe Morton living quarters, shop, barn, airplane hanger & strip, MORE! See on www.bradeenauction.com (Broker) 605-673-2629. LAND AUCTIONS OCTOBER 30, PEMBINA County, ND Land Auction, 12:00noon, The Cedar Inn, Cavalier, ND, Out- standing Red River Valley Crop- land NE of Cavalier, ND. Contact Amy Nikolaisen, Can-Do Auction & Real Estate, (877) 812-4305, www.candoauctions.com LAND AUCTIONS: 7 Auctions-2 Days-8,000 Acres. Grassland, Hayland, Cropland. Pifer's 8th An- nual Western Dakota Land Auc- tion on Oct. 17 & 18. contact Andy Mrnak w/Pifer's Auction and Re- alty: (701) 523-7366 or www.pifers.com LAND AUCTION: Golden Valley County, ND and Wibaux County, MT on Wednesday, October 23, 2013. 6,600+ contiguous deeded Acre Working Ranch. Grass and Hay Land. Good Access and Wa- ter. More Info Contact: Pifer's Auction and Realty (877) 700- 4099 or www.pifers.com MISCELLANEOUS WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all 90 North Dakota newspapers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad de- sign and tearsheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, (701) 223-6397.