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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2017 SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Airmen who complete basic U.S. Air Force National GuardAir- training also earn four credits to- man 1 st Class Michael E. Durkin ward aia associate in applied sci- graduated from basic military ence degree through the Cam- training at Joint Base San Antonio- munity College of the Air Force. Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Durkin earned distinction as an The airman completed an in- honor graduate. tensive, eight-week program that He is the son of Kevin and Lisa included training in military dis- Durkin of Inkster, N.D. cipline and studies, Air Force core The airman is a 2015 graduate values, physical fitness, and basic of Midway High School, Inkster, warfare principles and skills. N.D. Photos: larry Bid STATEWIDE -- North Dako- ta state law requires all hay bales on North Dakota highway rights of way to be removed by Wednesday, November 1. Hay bales remaining on rights of way after November 1, will be removed as directed by the North Dakota Department of Transportation District Engineer. The bales need to be removed for snow management and safety rea- sons. State law prohibits hay from be- ing placed in the right of way ex- cept on the outer edge. Large round bales must not be placed on in-slopes or within 60 feet from the outside edge of the driving lane. Above: Noon riders get ready for indoor cycling at The Spin in Park River. Below: Shem/OunCe instructs the class. -- ,..7---- ;,.,7,. ,.-'-47. " 7.;, 7~..- ,;. 7 -- ,. ~.g.7-. -- instructors as well. As a lower impact, high cardio option, it was something that could fit into Park River's already progressive fitness commtmity. Sherry researched different locations across the region and decided that this intimate, boutique style fitness class could be a perfect fit for Park River. She has been able to look to Sarah New- gard and Chip Shea of The Pedal in Grand Forks. for advice. Come on in The front of the building is a reception area where cyclists check in through the online scheduling system. She said that that space has a lot of potential to one day become something more. One of the ideas she has been kicking around is a juice bar inspired by her experience at Haute Yogis in Grand Forks. She said Haute Yogis, owned hy Krystle Kvidt and fiance Brady Sprague, whose mother is Anita Zavalney of Park River, has a healthy foods option called Aloha Fresh incorporated into their fitness location. But for now, Sherry is focusing on getting into her own grind at The Spin before getting too far ahead with all of the ideas she has for the place. Behind the reception area is a where the sweat happens. The lights dim and the music is turned up as Sherry guides riders through routines with vary- hag degrees of difficulty where speed, resistance, and body positioning all play a part. With a spe- cialty sound system connected to an iPad, set up by Kent Trontvet, Sherry acts as both DJ and in- ( contains an added in- gredient called adjuvant MF59 that also helps create a stronger im- mtme response. In a 2012 Canadi- an observational study, FLUAD was 63 percent more effective than a regular flu shot. The CDC, however, does not rec- ommend one vaccination over the other, and to date, there have been no studies comparing the two vac- cines. You should also know that both the Fluzone High-Dose and FLUAD can cause more of the mild side ef- fects that can occur with a standard- dose flu shot, like pain or tendemess structor at the front of the class. Participants can use one of the two changing areas in the back room as well as the restroom to prepare for class or the rest of their day. Sherry said that she organized a schedule with the hopes of offering people a variety of times and where you got the shot, muscle aches, headache or fatigue. And neither vaccine is recommended for seniors who are allergic to chick- en eggs, or those who have had a se- vere reaction to a flu vaccine in the past. Both vaccines are also covered 100 percent by Medicare Part B, as long as your doctor, health clinic or pharmacy agrees not to charge you more than Medicare pays. Pneumonia Vaccines Two other important vaccinations the CDC recommends to seniors, es- pecially this time of year, are the class styles to fit their needs whether they want a more relaxed fide, are early risers, just want to fit in a quick ride at lunch, or have time to get in a weekend or afternoon workout. Including Chocolate, Strawberry, Carmel & Raspberry Cheesecakes, Strawberry Greek Yogurt Parfait, area Chocolate Mousse and and Strawberry Surprise. Book a bike Currently, classes are available for booking through an online app called MindBody. Clients can review available classes, book, and pay right from their phones. Cost for an individual class is $12 for adults, and $10 for students. Packages of 10 classes are also available for $110 for adults and $80 for students. The online booking system helps Shdry track which classes are most popular, but also en- sures the participants that they will have one of the 15 bikes available when they arrive.Ifa par- ticipant hasn't paid through the app, they will be notified when they check in and can pay with cash, check, or a card at the front desk. As she continues on in this venture, Sherry excited for'qchateach'new day might bring. "I know it's a risk," Sherry said about taking this new road, "But there was a desire in my heart to get involved in fitness and try something new." She encourages others to not be afraid to try The Spin as everyone in that room is riding their own ride and focusing on their own fitness with the lights down, the sound up, and the open road ahead. For a full schedule, including class times and descriptions, find The Spin on Facebook @thespin403., pneumococcal vaccines for pneu- monia. Around 1 millionAmericans are hospitalized with pneumonia each year, and about 50,000 people die from it. The CDC is now recommending that all seniors, 65 or older, get two vaccinations-Prevnar 13 and Pneu- : movax 23. Both vaccines, which are administered just once at different times, work in different ways to pro- vide maximum protection. If you haven't yet received any pneumococcal vaccine you should get the Prevnar 13 first, followed by Pneumovax 23 six to 12 months lat- er. But if you've already been vac- North Star Kitchen Monday-Saturda.y: 6am-9pm Sunday: 10am-9pm Hot Stuff Pizza Large Pan Single Topping Pizzas $12 Subs, Sandwiches, Appetizers, Salads available Noon Specials Mon ' Chinese Cuisine Tues - Tacos *Wed - Turkey *Thurs - Roast Beef Fri - Chicken Fried Steak *An are served with potatoes and veggies cinated with Pneumovax 23, wait at least one year before getting the Pre- vnar 13. Medicare Part B covers both shots, if they are taken at least one year apart. To locate a vaccination site that offers any of these shots, visit Vac- and type in your ZIP code. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Sen- ior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or vis- it SavvySeniororg. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "The Savvy Senior'" book. Order ahead (7Ol) 284-7oo7 Shavings (Bedding) Park River, ND SH COUNTY ye're :your hometo! rn paper n the heart of Walsh County. Stay connected, subscribe. 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