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October 12, 2011

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T OCTOBER 12, 201 I THE PRESS PAGE 5 Lankin Legion Auxiliary news By Loretta McLaughlin LANKIN, N.D. -- President Pare Jallo called the meeting to order on Monday, Oct. 3, begilming our new year. Opening prayer read by Tntdy Wippler followed by a moment of silence, pledge to our flag and the preamble. Attendance prize was won by Betty Ruzicka. All members name drawn was Shirley Carlson, she was not present. Minutes and treasurers reports were given. President thanked the workers who served the August lunch at the Good Samaritan Home in Park River, who were Lillian Jallo, Mildred Jallo, Dorothy Ramsey, Marlys Carlson, Stacey Waslow and Pare Jallo. Betty Ruzicka gave a very interesting report about the state convention she attended at Dickenson. We adopted a new policy that members who attend a convention or mid-wintel conference have to attend and present a report at our meeting before they will be helped witL their expenses. There were 10 members whc attended the District 2 meeting ir, Grafton. Our unit received Superior Unit Citation and Certificate of Recognition. Plans were made for our Veterans Da) Party, November 12. Invitations will be sent to all World War II Veterans. Food Committee Volunteer, were named for upcoming events to be held this year. Our pasl presidents party dues will be sen1 in to the party secretary. Being no furthei" business Chaplin Yrudy Wippler closed the meeting with a prayer. Meeting was adjourned by Pam. Editor's Note: McLaughlin L, secretao, for the Lankin Americwi Legion Auxilia O, Unit 15 7. Four Season Garden Club news By JoAnn E. Gorder PARK RIVER, N.D. -- In July the members met at Gramma Jo's caf6 in Park River for lunch and the business meeting. The August meeting was held at the Maple Inn Crossing, MN. Members enjoyed a delicious lunch followed by shopping at the gift shop. Next, they traveled to the Bergerson Farm near Fertile and toured the lovely gardens. Joyce Larson will bring the scrapbook from 1989 to display at the October meeting before giving it to the Chester Fritz Library at IEND, Grand Forks. The September meeting was held "Out to Lunch" caf6, 9-27-11. Judy O'Shea called the meeting tO order followed by the Conservation Pledge. Election of officers for 2011-2012 was held and as follows: Co-Presidents- Darlene Knutson and Jud) O'Shea; Sec.-Treasurer-JoAnr Gorder. Keitha O'Toole motione( that we donate $50.00 to the Goo( Samaritan Home, Park River foJ Christmas. The new booklets wil also be distributed at the DecembeJ meeting. The October meeting will be luncheon held at St. Mary', Church, Park River, October l 1 a 12:15 p.m. This is a change ofdat for the members. Helen Zikmun( will be the speaker. Members wil bring a question for Helen abou gardening. Guests are welcome Please notify Judy O'Shea b, October 7 if attending th, luncheon. Editor k Note: Gorder k secreta O, Jbr the Four Season: Garden Club. Edlnburg man places at picking BARNSVILLE, Milm. -- Ed- Peppel ofBarnsville MN with 58 inburg native Elmer Peterson once lbs. again put his potato picking ' kkilt ' Thid"Plae75:00:"Elm Pe to the-'te a'ffthe-:20t Bqt9e ff6"rsSlb dfiffg . Potato Days. This yea h0 placed, neapotis MN witho545 i  '. ; third, a short 52 pounds from first. Fourth Place/S25.00: Treve: Top prizes went to: Nelson of Sabin MN with 487 Ibs FirstPlace/$250.00: Bret Macy Fifth Place/S10.00: Dwigh: of Baker MN with 597 lbs. Williams of Moorhead MN with Second Place/S150.00: Kelly O O O O Regular School Board Meeting Park River School Board PARK RIVER SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2011 6:00 P.M. PARK RIVER, N.D. Regular board meeting held August 16, 2011. All members present. President Hahn called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. M: Drummond S: Houser to approve the Public Hearing Minutes and the Special Board Meeting Minutes of July 25, 2011, All in favor, MC. M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve the July 14, 2011, Regular Board Meeting Minutes, All in favor, MC. M: Laaveg S: Houser to approve the expenditures as follows: General Fund #124081-124107, $70,055.86; Payroll & Benefits #27499-27512, $52,138.79, Manual checks #12143-12159, $103,092.15 and Special Activities #10139-10141, $533.52, All in favor. M.C. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28.11 A.M. "1 P.M. AT YOUR LOCAL FIRST UNITED BANK. EAPC ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS $1,254.00 EAPC ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS $7,738.01 TRANE $2,567.56 TRANE $72,432.44 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTI $100.00 RICK CLEMETSON $150.00 WALSH COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT. $10.00 ND ATTORNEY GENERAL $47.25 AFLAC $1,524.55 DISCOVERY EDUCATION $80.00 FLEXIBLE BENEFITS/DISCOVERY $2,207.30 THE HARTFORD - PRIORITY ACCTS $1,891.53 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES $153.14 CARDMEMBER SERVICE $133.62 361 lbs.  : Public Notices ark River Schoo Boa: BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ND Association Concussion Management $12,802.75 Procedure as an administrative BECKY SVOBODNY $25.00 procedure, All in favor, M.C. BRIAN HALVORSON $250.00 M: Laaveg S: Thompson to approve CENTRAL DOOR & HARDWARE the second reading of the Early $36.65 Retirement Policy, All in favor, MC. CHS CREDIT CARD $95.71 M: Drummond S: Houser to approve EMP $46.07 the second reading of the Activity FIRST CARE HEALTH CENTER Handbook, All in favor, M.C. -% Park .River Fire Department celebrates . Fire Prevention Week Oct. 9-15 Above: 2011 Park River Volunteer Fire Department Front Row L to R: Bob Lundquist, President; Roger Hahn, Secretary/Treasure; Kelly Houser, Chief; Cory Hell, Assistant Chief; Kurt Ohnstad, Engine Captain; Tony Myrvik, Rescue Captain; Matt Daley, Hose Cap- tain Middle Row L to R: Lon Kaste; Dennis Kubat; Darrin Houser; Darin Kaste; Jarod Rost; Dale Holand; Tony Johnson; Casey Dahlen; Curt Lembke; Back Row L to R: Dave Daley; Police Company; Bruce Torfin; Culinary Company; Matt Degner; Jim Praska; Tom Larson; Jeff Dahlen; Dennis Larson; Tim Daley; Tyrian Nelson; Ryan Kaste; Shawn Daley M: Laaveg S: Drummond to accept the bid of North Star for gas and diesel fuel for 2011-2012, All in favor, MC. M: Houser S: Thompson to approve Donnie Greicar's bid for snow removal for 2011-2012 at $85.00 per hour, All in favor, M.C. M: Thompson S: Laaveg to approve the Consolidated Application for Federal Title Funding, All in favor, M.C. Administrative Reports were received by Kirk Ham and James Lehman. Brad Brummond gave a Vocational Center Report and Tracy Laaveg a Library Report. Kirk Ham gave an update on the progress of the summer projects and a Budget Report. There was no Financial or REA report. Other items of discussion included athletic passes, review of extra- curricular assignments, letter received from Adams-Edmore School District and our vote for the RRVEC governing board representative. The next meeting is scheduled for September 15, 2011, at 6:00 p.m. $112.00 HANSONS AUTO & IMPLEMENT INC. $22.60 J.P.MORGAN $23,079.96 JENNIFER THOMPSON $199.41 KELLY HOUSER $122.40 KIRK HAM $16.32 LEON'S BUILDING CENTER $689.32 LON'S HARDWARES142.21 NOR.TH STAR COOP $185.31 NORTHERN RED RIVER INTERACTIVE TV $8,000.00 PERMA-BOUND $68.25 SAVILLE ENTERPRISES $100.00 SUPREME SCHOOL SUPPLY CO $104.99 THE WRITING COMPANY $217.14 TIMPVIEW TECHNOLOGIES $81.00 TRACY LAAVEG $171.36 UPPER VALLEY SPECIAL EDUCATION $22,540.91 WALSH COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT $6,393.00 WALSH COUNTY PRESS $293.30 WALSH COUNTY RECORD $39.00 WATER & LIGHT DEPT $7,015.70 WELCH'S BAKERY $8.25 LON'S HARDWARES22.95 TROJAN PROMOTIONS $485.37 WELCH'S BAKERY $25.20 M: Drummond S: Laaveg to approve the open enrollment application for Tanner Kelly, All in favor, MC. M: Drummond S: Houser to adopt the North Dakota High School Activities : Above. FirePreventioWeek Poster L to R:_Gmde I First:Maggie Chalich,Seoend: i  ," son, Third: Sophia Markusen; Grade 2 First: Andrew Koenig, Second: Maci McMillan; Thirdi Jaiden Eliason; Grade 3 First: Bevan Rost, Second: Isabelle Irvine, Third: Hannah Peotter Back Row L to R: Grade 4 First: Kaitlynn Scherr, Second: Gigi Brouillard, Third: Seth Nelson; Grade 5 First: Amy Seim, Second: Owen Irvine, Third: Sadie Myrvik; Grade 6 First: Annie Koenig, Third: Nick Whaley, Second: Christian Lundquist  J i ,/ Y'.t 'r .  i It's A SpringS/aft .... To Hunting Season , With first United Bank's ] 5 u, Annual Chili Cook With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:20 p.m. Diana Hahn, President Rebecca Svobodny, Business Manager ( (August 31, 2011) $1 O0 grocery gift cards! REGISTRATION FOR QIIU Cliffs BiBS 10-27-II. CONTACT 1tOUR LOCAL FIRST UNITED BANK TO REGISTER. NO PURCHAS iGESSARY. 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