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NOVEMBER 16,2011 THE PRESS PAGE 3 Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are "\ proud to announce: First Care Health Center Harvest Fest Fundraiser will be Friday, Nov. 18 at the Park River City Hall. Country Store - 5:30 p.m. Supper - 6:00 p.m. Basket Auction to follow. For more information contact: Ruth Jelinek, Marketing/Development First Care Health Center 701-284-4589. Rides available for Harvest Fest event. Please call 284-7980 by 4 p,m. Thursday, Nov. 17}o schedule. BECOME A SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR $20.00 A MONTH! CALL THE PRESS 284-6333 TooAY! COUNTY Park River PC Box 49 Park River [ Nan arl[an 301 County Road 12B "-= 284-7115 Park River Implement AUTO PARTS 284-631 6 [ Park / 'll- Michigan - 259-2112 I BII. _R.S'rU.NrrEa Adams ~ 944-2231 [ B nk&l surance Grafton ~ 352-3668 Park River Jim's Super Yalu 101 3rd St. W . Park River r For all your dinner needs! Spacious apartments for rent $2oo 1 bedroom zn Park River AII Utilities Paid Income based No steps Laundry facility on site - MUST SEE - Contact Vicki for more information at 701-331-3826 701-352-2275 RcntaI Incentive with lease signing// Bedroom apartments also available Prof~s~. o~a!l,, L la~ageo by Prairie Homes Management 1-888-893-9501 -- toll free TTY: 1-800-366-6888 NHO -Walsh County Veterans' Service Office On duty for my fellow veterans Nineteenth century author Charles F Browne said "we can't all be Washingtons, but we can, all be patriots." Veterans Day, also known as Remembrance Day, Armistice Day, and Day of Peace, serves as a reminder of what past and: present Veterans have done and' continue to do for our country. Serving in the military today is very different from 50 years ago. Today, we have a 100-percent volunteer military. But draftees and volunteers still share that common pride with wearing the uniform Citizens of the United" States have banded together over the last decade to show our Veterans and their families how grateful we are for their sacrifices. injured and was unable to recover. I made my way back here to North Dakota and started life once again. I can say without pause that basic training was the Joining the military is a surreal feeling, like it really isn't best time of my life and am proud happening, but it is I made the to have enlisted and given my all decision to join the United States to serve my country. The Army just before turning 22. I military gave me experience and turned to the military because I knowledge that couldn't have had always had the inkling to been found anywhere else. ' serve, but never took the steps. Now, ! proudly serve as the Life just wasn't quite going my Veterans Service Officer for way and I wanted to do Walsh County and take great somethingimportant and pride in assisting Veterans of all meaningful. I went full-time wars. No, I can't be a active duty status instead of Washington, but I can be a National Guard because I didn't patriot--on duty for my fellow want to take the chance of Veterans and their families no comin- hem th - matter the cause or question g e en oemg ....... I want to say Thank You to the OeDl0Vefl 1[ was naro enou~n , " " ..... living and deceased Veterans, the eavm mv mmuv mr nas c . ,-- .... current active duty and National wamm~; i coumn t una~lne _ leavin fe" .Guardsman, and their tamilies ......... for taking up the call and serving evenmany enoea up training . . _ to become a combat medic to for the rights and freedoms of save liv s h r n r " your fellow countrymen e : owe 'e, eve maoe . It to my nermnnent ~tntmn Dan t Katrma Hodm - Walsh County Veterans' Sere ice OJfice know what you would call it, 701 52 fate, destiny, bad luck...but I was ( ) 3 -5030 i'!Z : I ~ ~' PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The holiday season can be one of the most difficult times of the year for those grieving the loss of a loved one, whether the loss is recent or in years past. Western Walsh Ministerium is sponsoring a Coping with the Holidays workshop to be held on Sunday, November 20 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Park River, ND. '" t.t[mles:: The workshop will pro' ;ide education, support and useful information to grieving persons tbr managing holiday grief. "The emphasis will be on planning ahead, dealing with losses during the holidays, accepting feelings and starting new traditions. For more intbrmation, please call Ruth Jelinek at 701-284- 4589. Public Meetin Notice The ADAMS SCHOOL BOARD would like to invite all area school district patrons & taxpayers to a public forum to seek community input and guidance for the future of the school The goal is to share information about enrollment, finances and longevity with all of the district patrons and to begin an assess- ment of our future. DATE: November 22, 2011 TIME: 7:00 p.m. PLACE Adams School Gymnasium Rebecca Midgarden and Adam Chyle, along with their parents, are happy to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Rebecca is the daughter of Kit and Jackie Midgarden or rural Hoople, N.D. Adam is the son of Jim and Becky Chyle of Park River, N.D. Rebecca graduated from Park River High School in 2007 and from Concordia College in 2011 with a Bachelors Degree in elementary education. She was recently accepted in graduate school and is currently working towards her Masters at North Dakota State University in ,guidance administration and school counseling. Adam graduated from Park River High School in 2003, from Mayville State Uni ,,','ersity in 2007 with a Bachelors Degree in business administration and from North Dakota State University in 2009, with a Bachelors Degree in crop and weed science. He is currently a graduate student at NDSU and working towards his Masters through Bayer Crop Science. He will be completed in early spring. The wedding will take place on November 26, 2011, at Zion Lutheran Church in rural Hoople. The couple will reside in Fargo. TheFamily of Lillian Bina invites everyone to a 90th birthday party in her honor on Saturday, Nov. 26 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at St. Mary's Parish Center in Park River. No gifts please. If you cannot attend and wish to send a card her address is 301 Cty. Rd. 12B Apt. 3, Park River. Lillian has two children, six grandchildren and 15 great- grandchildren. She also has a sister Rose Parke of Rugby. 0% APR up to 72 Months ON SELECT NEW GM MODELS *OAC. 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