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i; i!i 'V"V'I, Li ::i;i ; CQilN ]Y DI31~ ?( L-.DO " WEDNESDAY:. NO'v'EbqBEP, 4, .,._s r" J,., 5 CAVAMER, N.D. .......... Pembi- phase for the project. na/Walsh Livestock Processing The next phase is to expand Plant, LLC to hold meeting No- corporate subscriptions to meet the vember 17, 2015 at 7:00p.m. at the funding goals of the project. Cur- American Legion meeting room; rently 21 producers and individuals Cavaliel; ND. have purchased corporate sub- The meeting is fbl the purpose of scriptions. reviewing design and product flow The meeting is open to livestock drawings for the proposed multi- producers, community leaders and species livestock processing plant, individuals interested in becoming Mr. garry Goering from Process part of the Pembina/Walsh Live- Systems, Co. LLC will provide stock Processing Plant becoming a plant design and product flow in- reality. formation at this November 17 Copies of the business plan and meeting. The intbrmational meet- prospectus will be available at the ing will conclude the planning meeting. PARK RIVER, N.D. -- If you are desiring homemade lefse for the Thanksgiving and Christmas hol- idays without the fuss and bother, the women of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Park River have the answer for you. The women (and a few good men) of Our Saviour's will be making lefse on Saturday morning, November 7 tbr sale. They will sell the lefse in packages of 3 rounds for $5 or 6 rounds for $ t 0. Pre-orders tbr the lethe is strongly encouraged. The WELCA group is selling the homemade lethe in an effort for raise funds to help meet their pro- posed local and worldwide mission budget for 2015 totaling over $7000. The lefse will be sold "fresh" tbr pickup on Saturday, November 7, 2015 after ll:00 am and will be sold "frozen" thereafter up to the Ctu-istmas holiday or until the lethe is sold out, whichever event occurs first. A WELCA representative will be selling the "frozen" tefse after regular worship services on Sunday, November 15 and November 22. To place your orders for the homemade lefse, please call OSLC Park River office at (70l)284- 61.97 or Lorie (701)284-6157. 7 i !k :~g~i Photo: Submitted Above: This October Park River Area Elementary students celebrated Fire Safety Week and 10 .rt. i .cipated in a poster competition. Last week the Park River Volunteer Fire Deportment made a stop at the school to award the pnze winning posters creators with T shirts for their efforts. Pictured are Bottom (L-R): Emmalyn Johnson, Samantha Anderson, Brayden Daley, Kieran Sullivan, Brennan Schramm Middle: Taylor Ferguson, Alexis Restemayer, Avery Rinde, Candance Jelinek, Richard Therrien, Zayah Gire. Back: Sierra Schramm, Greta Wharam, Hannah I.arson, Macy McMillian, Andrew Koenig, Cou ey Lundquist, Assistant Chief of the PRVFD Corey Hell. Awards are as follows: Grade 1: lst-Emmalyn Johnson, 2nd-Samantha Anderson, 3rd-Brayden Daley; Grade 2:1st-James I.arson, 2nd-Bren- nan Schramm, 3rd-I eran Sullivan; Grade 3:1st-Taylor Ferguson, 2nd-Alexis Restemayer, 3rd-Avery Rinde; Grade 4: l st-Zayah Gire, 2nd- Candance Jelinek, 3rd-Richard Therrien; Grade 5: 1st-Hannah Larson, 2nd-Greta Wharam, 3rd-Sierra Schramm; Grade 6: lst- Courtney Lundquist, 2rid-Andrew Koenig, and 3rd-Macy McMillian. Clemetson at ST LOUIS, Mo. -- CHI Friendship is being hon- ored with an International Award of Excellence by CQL, The Council on Quality and Leadership. This award recognizes CHI Friendship's innovative ap- proaches involving employment supports for people with disabilities in North Dakota. CHI Friendship has established itself as a pioneer in the area of community-based employment tbr workers with disabilities. Throughout North Dako- ta, 87% of those supported by CHI Friendship are in paid positions involving integrated and meaningful employment, including 30 small businesses that are owned and operated by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. "CH1 Friendship sets the bar in supporting peo- ple to achieve their outcomes around employment," says Cathy Ficker Terrill, President and CEO of CQL. "They can be held tip as a national standard tbr con- necting people with jobs in the community." CQL is presenting five recipients with the Inter- national Award of Excellence at the 2015 CQL Con- ference, themed 'Outcomes: the Gateway To Qual- ity,' in recognition of best practices in human serv- ices. "We are deeply honored to receive this inspiring award from CQL, The Council on Quality and Lead- ership, in recognition of employment services for peo- ple with intellectual and developmental disabilities," says JeffPederson, President of CHI Friendship. "The credit goes to our Direct Support Professionals in making this possible, in allowing people to achieve their dreams!" CHI Friendship supports over 350 people with dis- abilities and has over 400 staffon the eastern side of North Dakota in Fargo, Grafton and Park River. They provide the full spectrum of services which includes individualized comprehensive residential and vo- cational supports, allowing tbr fidl community par- ticipation and inclusion in the state of North Dako- ta. Additional information about the awards and the recipients can be found on the 2015 CQL Conference website: http://www.c-q-l.org/awards CQL I The Council on Quality and Leadership is dedicated to the definition, measurement and im- provement of personal quality of life for people re- ceiving human services and supports, by providing training, accreditation and consultation. I Your classified ad will appear in all 89 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or 1 866 685 8889 for details ] , HELP WANTED EXTENSION AGENT, AG & Nat- ural Resources/McLean County. NDSU is an EEO/AA-M/F/VET/Dis- ability Employer. Open until filled. Apply at: http://jobs.ndsu.edu/post- ings/7051. Exempt from ND Veter- ans' Preference requirements. MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring full- time Deputy Sheriffs. For more in- formation regarding this position visit http://www.mcleancountynd.gov/em- ployment/ MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring full- time Jailer/E-911 Dispatchers. For more information regarding this po- sition visit http'//www.mcleancoun- tynd.gov/employment/ RN's UP TO $45/hr; LPN's up to $37.50/hr; CNA's up to $22.50/hr. Free gas/weekly pay. $2000 Bonus. AACO Nursing Agency 800-656- 4414 Ext. 7. BORG HOME, A 43 bed basic care facility, Mountain, ND is ac- cepting administrator applications. "Deadline November 15th. For ques- tions call 701-993-8345 or e-mail re- sume: borghome@polarcomm.com. STORE MANAGER. JOHN DEERE DEALERSHIP. Store Man- ager sought by multi-store John Deere Dealership operation. Posi- tion currently open is at Edmunds County Implement, Roscoe, SD- a part of C & B Operations, headquar- tered out of Gettysburg, SD. Appli- cants should possess the ability to manage sales, parts, and service personnel in a growth-oriented deal- ership. We offer progressive mar- keting plans, competitive pay, and a full benefit package. Please send resume to Mark at buchholzm@deerequipment.com or call Mark at 605-769-2030. LUMBER DEPARTMENT SU- PERVISOR position at New Town, ND. Excellent benefit package. Housing available for more informa- tion call Daryl Stevens at 701-898- 0070. NOW HIRING ELECTRICIANS! MAGNUM ELECTRIC Fargo and Jamestown Apprentices and Jour- neyman. Top wages, PTO, Holidays, Health/Dental/Vision Insurance, 401K & MORE! www.magnumelec- tric.net - 701-551-3240. LEADING EDGE EQUIPMENT, Carrington, ND, seeks to fill two full- time positions, one Parts Personnel and one Service Technician. Both in- clude full health insurance, 401k package, paid holidays and vaca- tion, sick leave, fair wage compen- sation. Communication and computer skills necessary along with knowledge of farm equipment. Training available through John Deere. Stop in or call 701-652-3144 or 800-826-3610 and ask for Gaylen. WELDER-GENERAL HELPER for Welding-Machine Shop, Salary (DOE) + Benefits. Call 701-584- 2278, ask for Mark, or email srinc@westriv.com Stelter Repair, Inc. New Leipzig, ND. DOWNS INC. SEEKS a hopper truck driver. Must be able to drive into Canada. Contact Andy at 701- 370-2106 for more information. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONTRACT SALESPERSON Selling aerial photography of farms on commission basis. $4225.00 first month guarantee. $1,500-$3,000 weekly proven earnings. Travel re- quired. More info msphotosd.com or 877/882-3566. APARTMENTS & CONDOS FOR RENT STARTING $900/MTH! Silver Waters 55+ Retirement Community, Grand Forks. New 1 & 2 bedrm's, el- evator, community rooms, Ht/wtr/garb/underground parking in- cluded. 701-757-0926 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all-time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer 701-238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farm- land Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Services. www.pifers.com LAND FOR SALE ON BIDS TOWNER CO ND Land For Sale On Bids, Good Tillables, Recre- ational, Access, Call Can-Do Auction & Real Estate 844-872-4289 www.candoauctions.com MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, ad- dresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspapers, radio/TV sta- tions, specialty publications. Only $25. ND Newspaper Association, (701) 223-6397. YOU CAN PLACE a 25-word classified ad--like this one--in every North Dakota newspaper for only $150. It's easy, Contact this newspaper for details. LAND WANTED LAND WANTED. BUYING crop land, pasture and CRP land, will lease back. Confidential 612-220- 1042. Leave detailed message. PUPPIES FOR SALE SHIBA INU PUPPIES For Sale. $750-$900. Ready Now. 320-367- 2562 or 320-841-2561. www.mar- breesshibas.com MISCELLANEOUS NATIONWIDE NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING placement made easy! You make only ONE call and get only ONE bill! Contact the North Dakota Newspaper Association for details: 701-223-6397.