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PAGE 6 THE PRESS OCTOBER 5, 2011:. \ o,l[1LeybaU][ ne\w Minor " |. venue FARGO, N.D. -- The NDHSAA Board of Directors met Friday, September 30, 2011 to review the location of the 2011 NDHSAA State Class A& B Volleyball Tournament. Due to cmTespondence received from the Minot Tournament Committee and flood related concerns over facility parking and hotel accommodations in Minot, the tournament Scheduled November 17-19 will be moved toF argo's FARGODOME. For more infonnation about 2011 NDHSAA State Volleyball, please go to http://www.ndhsaa.org/athletics/volleyball. NDHSAA State Volleyball is slated to retm a to Minot 2012, 2013, and 2014. Park River Fordville Lankin topped Valley Edinburg in three last Tuesday; 27-25, 25-17, 25-19. Park River/ Fordville-Lankin -- (kills-blocks-aces) Sadie Void 7-1-0, Kirsten Johnson 9-0-3, Riley Francis 8-0-0. Valley-Edin- burg -- Kadee Gullickson 8-4-3, Shayna Phelps (10 as- sists), Kari Olson 6-0-0, Brianna Braathen 6-0-0. Top left: Valley-Edinburg Titans Kari Olson goes up for a kill shot against Park River-Fordville-Lankin. The Titans fell in three straight to the Aggies in Park River. Above: Titans Sadie Sondeland goes to one knee to make a return of serve against the Aggies. Bottom left: Aggies Kendall Sle- bodnik concentrates on a return of serve as teammate Ashley Fontaine. Top: Western Walsh County Wildcats (in white) #14 Wyatt Jelinek runs the ball and throws right before the tackle during last Saturday's Pop Warner match up in Grafton against North Border. Bottom left: #42 Mason Wilmer holds his own on the line. Bottom right: Wildcats #16 Adam Zal- valney makes an awesome catch. a, BISMARCK, N.D. -- Application deadline dates profit organizations in communities of all sizes whose for the North Dakota Council on the Arts grant pro- arts programming makes a deliberate and focused ef-, grams are approaching. Artist-in-Residence. Corn- fort to serve a special constituency or an underserved munity Arts Access, Presenter Support and Teacher in- audience in that community. centive grants must be submitted, via NDCA's online Presenter Support is designed to benefit nonprofit grant system, by Nov. l tbr programs taking place be- organizations that are not eligible for other grant pro- tween January 1 and June 30. 2012. The draft review gnams through the North Dakota Council on the Arts. deadline is Oct. 15, 2011. Early subinission is en- offers financial support for 'arts events and program-. couraged. To access NDCA's online gi'ant system, or ming, and supports organizations in communities with, to view availabili~': htlp://northdakota.cgweb.org, a populatmn of 6.000 Orthor~. The Artist-in-Residence (AIR) Program provides Fhe Teacher Incentive program is a means of pro, matching funds for schools and other non-profit or- viding financial assistance to teachers who wish to ex- ganizations to bring artists into North Dakota schools plore new and creative ways of incorporating the arts and communities to conduct residencies of three days into the non-arts curriculum of a classroom. Projects or more. The program is designed to provide students, may involve the visual arts, poetry/fiction writing, teachers, and community members with hands-on ex- perlbrming arts, architecture,, folk arts. or any combi- periences with working artists. New Artists who want nation of artistic disciplines. to participate in Artist-in-Residence program must be Professional Development and Special Projects on the council's Arts-in-Education Roster. Applications grant applications are accepted throughout the year, but i may be reviewed concurrently with Artist-in- must be submitted no later than four weeks prior to the Residence Sponsor applications, start of the event. Early submission of-applications is As a community-based grant program. Community recommended.Grant ftmcks are limited and applications Arts Access is designed to benefit nonprofit organiza- are reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis. tions that present arts programming in small and rural For more information: (701) 328-7590: or communities in North Dakota. It also supports non- www.nd.gov&rts/grants/grant.html. LOCATED:. FROM LANKIN, N.D. 14 MILES WEST ON CTY 15, 1 M SOUTH ON 22 3/4 EAST, 1/4 NORTH WATCH FOR SIGNS TRACTORS: 1973 JD 2030G 540 PTO, 3PT, AUTOMATIC REVERSE, 16-9-28 TIRES, WEIGHTS, 4982 HRS. 1966 CASE 930 D COMFORT KING (STANDARD) CAB, PTO, HYD, 23-%30 TIRES, 4900 HRS. VEHICLES & 3 WHEELER: 1992 FORD RANGER V-6 AUTOMATIC, AIR, TILT, CRUISE, GRAY COLOR, 106,000 MILES, GOOD CONDmON. HONDA BIG RED, 3 WHEELER. GUNS & HUNTING EQUIPMENT: C2 452-2E 2KM BOLT ACTION/LEUPOLD SCOPE. TIKKA 223 REN M595, RT RIFLE BOLT/SIN WHITE SCOPE TIKKA 270 BOLT SLING, NIK~-N MONARCK SCOPE. WINCHESTER MODEL 1300, 12 GAUGE 2 3/4 - 3 INCHNENTED RIB. REMINGTON MODEL 760 GAME MASTER 30416 PUMP/SUNG & NIKON SCOPE. RUGER MODEL 10/22 AUTO/rASCO SCOPE. B-GUN GUN CABINET. HUNTING KNIVES & CLOTHING. MISC. AMMUNITION. TUFFY ICE AUGER. PORT ICE HOUSE. ICE FISHING RODS & TACKLE. MISC. FISHING RODS. FISH LOCATOR. FARM SHOP & MISC: VERSATILE 20 FT 400 SP SW'ATHER, CONVERT INTO CRP CUTTER. JD 37 7FT. TRAILING SICKLE MOWER. LUCKE FRONT MOUNT SNOW BLOVVER, CASE MO~'NT. SANBORN 6HP, 30(3 AIR COMPRESSOR. 8HP COLEMAN 4(X)0W GENERATOR- IHC 14FT DISK. JD 11 1/2 CC CULT. 4 WHEEL FLATBED TRAILER. 500(3 TANK/ELECT PUMP. KNIPCO HEATER. DRILL PRESS. POST VISE, 20-rH CENTURY WIELDER. 3/4 = JD SOCKET SET. HYD CYL. EXT LADDER. MISC. LUMBER. HANDYMAN JACK. GAS CANS. LADDERS. EXT CORDS, LIVE TRAP. ELECT FENCE :)OST. BATTERY CHARGER. B&D 1/2" GRINDER. 1/2 = ELECT DRILL. BENCH GRINDER. STONE BOAT. BERTHA TORACH, 220 ELECT CORD, HANGING HEATER. MEAT GRINDER. OTHER MISC HAND TOOLS AND SUPPLIES. YARD EQUIPMENT: YARD MACHINE 18HP, 46" HYDROSTATIC MOWER. AGRIFAB 36 PULL BEHIND TILLER LAWN SPRAYER. LAWN CART. YARDMAN 15.5 HP, 42" MOWER. WHEEL BARROW. HAND SPRAYER. GARDEN TOOLS. COLLECTIBLE & HOUSEHOLD: IHC 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 STATIONARY ENGINE. WHIPER TREADLE SEWING MACHINE. SMOKING STAND. MANTLE CLOCK SCHULTZ LIGHTED BEER SIGN. WICKER BACK CHAIR. VVRmNG DESK. MISC COLLECTIBE MUGS. FLOOR LAMP. SINGER TREADLE SEWING MACHINE, WICKER BABY BUGGY, FLAT TOP TRUNK. DOUBLE--BED BRASS HEADBOARD. LIC PLATES N.D.: 1933, 36, 39 & OTHERS. FOLSON GRAIN & POTATO CROCK. BARN LANTERN, CREAM CAN. FLAT TOP TRUNK. 34~RAVVER OAK DRESSER. SEVERAL JD & TONKA TOYS. TUBS. SCHOOL DESK. SLED. SCHVVINN BIKES. TRAPS, VULVAN #10 ANVIL. KITCHEN TABLE-6 CHAIRS. TV STAND. BROWN RECLINER. EASY CHAIR_ CHINA CABINET. COMPUTER DESK_ LAMP, STEREO_ MEAT GRINDER. MICROWAVE STAND. OTHER MISC HOUSEHOLD ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: GUNS TO BE SOLD A T 12 NOON. ALL MAJOR ITEMS IN GOOD CONDITION COME EARL Y AND PLAN TO SPEND THE DAY. THANK YOU, THE ASKIMS. Askim Auction & Appraisal Service. The Auction Comp.. ' /Who Cares! Hope To See You There 'eros Cas~ c~ C~US Fur, ds Nothing removed until set~d 1~.~ ~ sold as m~-as P~I _q.~eme~ made ~ da~ take prece0enoe over written o General Manager Walsh Grain Terminal, LLC Park River, ND Walsh Grain Terminal, LLC is now accepting applica- tions for the position of General Manager of its 110 car grain shuttle facility currently under construction at Park River, ND. This position reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for overseeing all opera- tions of the company including, but not limited to, pro- curement, merchandising, transportation, hedging/risk management and asset utilization. Other responsibil- ities include: directly supervise and manage all em- ployees, ensure that health and safety rules and operating policies and procedures are strictly followed, oversee on-site accounting and record keeping pro- cedures and other responsibilities as assigned. A 4- year college degree preferred and substantial industry and management experience required. Position start date can be flexible, but no later than April 1,2012. Email resumes to larry.lovseth@adm.com or mail to: ADM-Benson Quinn Attn" Larry Lovseth PO Box 12279 Grand Forks, ND 58203-2279 You said it, Noith INkota! II Elevator Superintendent Walsh Grain Terminal, LLC Park River, ,2 Walsh Grain Terminal, LLC has an'imrnedi te open2 ing for the position of Superintendent [or its l'10cal; grain shuttle facility currently under Construction at Park River, ND. This position will report to the General Manager. Candidate will supervise all day-to-day ac- tivities of elevator. This includes loading, unloading, sampling, grading, transferring, blending, drying, stor- age, aeration and fumigation of grain. Maintaina safe, sanitary workplace in compliance with company poli- cies and regulatory agencies (OSHA, EPA; DNR, DOT, etc.). Will be responsible to train and supervise hourly employees in operations and maintaining facil- ity. Establish and maintain appropriate preventative maintenance and sanitation schedules. During con- struction, this position will assist with project manage- ment. Requirements: College education, or equivalent su- pervisory experience.. Preferred grainihandl g and grading experience. Basic compUter skills. Self mo- tivated and mechanically inclined tO operate, trou- bleshoot, repair and maintain equipment. Position requires walking, standing, climbing stairs and lad- ders, working in extreme temperature conditions, and extended seasonal hours. This is an exempt level po'- sition. Email resumes to larry, ovseth@adm.com or mail to: ADM-Benson Quinn Attn: Larry Lovseth -- P.O. Box 12279 " :' Grand Forks, ND 58203-2279 mlnlimlmm i T/n/lit i]ii 'tuu | iulnullliAimmi rl [] I II I1N II1 NIF! I