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NOVEMBER 6, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 5 Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase returns to Grand Forks this November GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The Alems Center will be a shopper's paradise, when the Pride of Dako- ta Holiday Showcase returns to Grand Forks, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 9-10. "It's a great opportunity to do your holiday shopping with more than 115 Pride of Dakota companies filling the vendor booths with North Dakota-made products," said Agri- culture Commissioner Doug Goehring. "You will find a wide va- riety of gilts, including foods and condiments, decorative items, books, jewelry, recordings and much more." The showcase is open fi'om 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday. Admis- sion is $2 per adult, and includes a free, reusable shopping bag. Shop- pers who bring their own reusable, cloth bag will receive $1 off ad- mission. Parking is free for Show- case shoppers. The Bank of North Dakota, Great River Energy and the North Dakota Ethanol Council sponsor the i reusable bags giveaway. "Our servicemen and women and their families also get a dollar offtheir admission fee by present- ing their military identification," Goehring said. Pride of Dakota Holiday Show- cases are also scheduled for Nov. 16- 17, in the State Fair Center, State Fairgrounds, Minot; Nov. 22-24, in the Fargo Civic Auditorium, Fargo, and Dec. 6-8, in the Bismarck Civic Center Exhibition Hall, Bismarck. Administered by the Marketing and Information Division of the North Dakota Department of Agri- culture, the Pride of Dakota program provides member companies with cooperative marketing and promo- tional events, such as in-store demonstrations, Pride of Dakota Day and the Holiday and Harvest Showcases. The program also pro- vides educational opportunities and representation at regional, national and international marketing expo- sitions. More than 500 North Dako- ta companies are Pride of Dakota members. #r"(( ][Trrrrr r- rlqhlm The interior has room for two wheelchairs and two passengers on a bench seat, as well as two passen- gers in the front. The interior is tall enough for people to easily stand in. It has a side door with three steps, making for easy entry. Director of Re- source Development Laura Brodina said that the Good Samar- itan Society is very excited about this new addition to the center. It will make trans- porting residents to appointments and dai- ly trips a much easier an. .lastlmble. e- : .- perience. , ,: i i :"., '. :, The Good Samari- tan Society wishes to thank all of the people who helped to make this purchase possi- ble• "We strive to have a place in our community where ! • ; ; ............. , Photo; Submitted Above: Marilyn Collins who does most of the driving for the Good Sam checks out the van with Sunrise Apartments resident , Alice OI- son (seated). people can feel loved, helps us to continue valued and at peace, doing just that," Bro- and this new van dinasaid. Share the Łove dAdding up: Legion makes onation toTLC fundraiser I.YRI{,: FIRI) LIB () I'R:I..'I}O01( 111 211 30 411 511 B[] 711 lID t][] '.)lfl[l,[][][] 2tl, Photo: Allison Oiimb Above: Earl Weisz, chairman of the Park River American Legion Gaming Fund, presents a check of $5,001 to Mary Beth Sny- der from the committee charged with saving the Lyric Theatre in Park River, The Lyric Continues. With this donation, the Park River Post has become a platinum level sponsor of the community movie theater and the theater is one step closer toward it's goal of purchasing new digital projection equipment as well as renovating the front of the theater to make it more accessible, The theater crently has received around $43,000 in donations and commitments, ,), ' ) thm.,beere age 16€ ,rnoe,focus ishould:be put O;speed; codrdi':: nation, and agility. While it is possible to work on lifting gradu- ally, heavy weightlifting at too young of an age can be damaging. Karas said that the majority of cases he sees from male athletes are a result of contact sports, whereas with females, the primary problem that arises is knee pain. Often, he said, those types of knee injuries are a result of female anatomy. Hormones as well as hip width, which can affect knee align- ment, can be a factor. Building up quad muscles helps to strengthen the knee to help prevent injury. Often, he said, when he sees ath- letes come through First Care it is after an ACL or shoulder repair for rehabilitation. Next year will be 40 years in the PT business for Karas. He graduated from the University of North Dako- Photo: Allison Olimb Above: FCHC physical therapist Joe ms assesses a patient's knee. ta in 1974. He said he was a foot- ball player going for a physical ed- ucation degree, but he didn't love it. After an injury, he found his calling. "My goal was to be an athletic trainer at a university, but it never worked out," he said. He ended up serving two years as a physical therapist in the army and then joined the staff at the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hos- pital in Grand Forks. Then, before he came to First Care he was the head physical therapist at Langdon. He has been serving First Care for around 20 years. The best advice he has for young athletes is "anytime they can go to a speed camp, I'd recommend that." He also recommends athletes use "anything they can to protect them- selves." And, he stressed, that the only way to predict an injury is by having a previous injury. with Your classified ad will appear ,in all 90 North Dakota dally' and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or 1-866-685-8889 for details HELP WANTED MORTON COUNTY EXTENSION Agent in Training, Agri- culture. Mandan, ND. NDSU is an EO/AA Employer. Ap- ply by November 22:http:lljobs.ndsu.edulpostings14196 "Exempt from ND Veterans' Preference" SEEKING PARAMEDIC OR RN willing to certify as Para- medic for community ambulance service. Requires current NR Paramedic certification or RN willing to certify as a Paramedic and ability to license in the State of North Dakota. $20.00/hr with benefits. 400+ calls per year. Ro- tating shift, work 2, call back 2, 4 days off. Contact Garri- son Max Ambulance District, PO Box 517, Garrison, ND 58540, Ph (701) 463-2178. SECURITY GUARD FULL-TIME, 10 month position. Im- mediate opening for a Security Guard. Individual will be re- sponsible for maintaining safety and security on the Dakota College at Bottineau campus. Directly related experience required. Associate degree in criminal justice or other ap- propriate area; one year of safety and security experience; CPR, AED, First Aid certification preferred. See www.dako- for full job description and application process. CUSTOM SERVICES MANAGER Full-time, year-round position at a full-service Agronomy Center in central ND. Responsible for overseeing custom application operations and deliveries. Agronomy experience required. Will assist to find housing• Excellent pay and benefits package in- cluding health, 401k, vacation, sick leave, etc. Scheresky Ag Service, Inc., Max, ND. Visit for more information• Call Galen at (701) 679-2578 or (701) 337-6496. FARM MANAGER and ASSISTANT FARM SUPERVISOR positions available. Full-time, year-round positions on pro- gressive diversified grain farm in central ND. Responsible for overseeing all operations including field preparation, planting, harvesting, hauling grain and equipment mainte- nance and repair. Farm experience required. Will assist to find housing. Excellent pay and benefits package including health, 401k, vacation, sick leave, etc. Scheresky Farms, Max, ND. Call Galen at (701) 679-2578 or (701) 337-6496. LOOKING FOR A couple of black jack dealers in Glen Ullin at Wet Spot Liquor. Call Tina (701) 348-3553. OILFIELD SALES Opportunity for oilfield sales. Career business partnership. Experience in drill bits and downhole tools preferred. Call (307) 621-0821. H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local established electrical com- pany in Williston, ND is seeking Journeymen and Experi- enced Apprentice Electricians. Oil & gas industry experi- ence a plus! Competitive pay and benefits. (701) 774-1001. AG DIESEL MECHANIC at New Holland dealerships in Park River, Cando and Rolla, ND. Product training will be provided. Experience with CNH equipment a plus. Com- petitive wage and benefits DOE. Apply at www.parkriver- implement.corn or call John (701) 284-6316. SPRAY FOAMERS. Inside work in our plant in Wafford City. Competitive pay and benefits. Call (701) 842-3105. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY LONG ESTABLISHED GLASGOW MT fast-food restaurant with excellent earnings for sale. Call for details. United In- surance and Realty (406-228-9356). BUSINESSES FOR SALE WELDING BUSINESS FOR Sale, $100,000,2004 Chevy 4x4 regular cab, Aluminum Fat Bed, 2010 Miller Trial Blazer Diesel 300 amp., and 2011 PNT 8 foot by 14 foot cargo trailer plus all tools, (307) 354-6330. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE MONTANA LAND FOR SALE: +/-11,050 acres deeded, 53 separate tracts sized 3 - 1680 acres. Missouri River frontage. MLBC, Russell Pederson, Broker (406) 939- 2501 NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer (701) 238-5810 ( for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Man- agement Services. WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Ex- perienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs-, (877) 754-3111. FARMLAND FOR SALE LAMOURE COUNTY FARMLAND FOR SALE: Pkg. 1: SWI/4NW1/4 of 14-134-66, SEI/4NWl/4 of 14-134-66, SWl/4 of 14-134-66; Pkg. 2:SWl/4 of 15-134-66. Bids by Noon 12/2/2013 to: Duffy Law, PO?Box 5, LaMoure, ND?58458. Questions: (701) 883-5600• LAND FOR SALE LAND FOR SALE: Quiet area, beautiful views, established tree rows, 10 acres, close to town, new neighborhood. $200,000.00. Call (701) 842-2093 or (701) 770-2310• BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING, BUY LOCAL. Build This Year! Turn Key Available. 40'x80', 70'x100', 80'x180', 120'x200'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call Wane (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741-9262• MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE REMANUFACTuRED DIESEL & Gas Engines. 7.3 Ford & 5.9 Cummins Diesels & 5.4 Ford w/exch, on good core. 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