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OMMUNITY TblE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I 8, 2015 Page 5 WASHINGTON, D.C. - Con- gressman Kevin Cramer will be holding Mobile Office Hours in Park River and Cavalier on Thurs- day, Nov. 19. Mobile Office Hours allow constituents to receive assis- tance with casework from the Con- gressman's staff without having to visit the Congressman's district of- rices. 'I realize it's not always easy or even possible for people to get to my office in Grand Forks," said Cramer. "The use of mobile office hours is an effort to bring services to con- stituents." For help regarding issues with the VA, Social Security benefits or dis- abilities, Medicare billing prob- lems, immigration issues, military records or medals, or for assistance with any federal agency, constituents can stop by one of the following Mo- bile Office Hours: Thursday, November 19 Park River Public School and Library 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM 605 6th St W Park River Cavalier Public Library 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM 200 Bjornson Drive Cavalier Contact Congressman Cramer's District Representative Randy Richards with any questions. His email is randy.richards@mail.house.gov and his phone is 701-738-4880. a'IrT'wTTr "rnw~ ~ ! r "r~ a f'~'rn '~ .,.2,,~ Y Y : :-: :--2:.J2Y~- "-'J"J,..;~ avoid, beneficiaries with a family history Age: Your risk of getting an of AAAs, and to men between the AAA increases significantly after ages of 65 and 75 who have age 60 in men, and after age 70 insmoked at least 100 cigarettes dur- women. Family history: Having a par- ing their life. If an AAA is detected during ent or sibling who has had an AAA can increase your risk to screening, how it's treated will around one in four. depend on its size, rate of growth Gender: AAAs are five times and your general health. If caught more likely in men than in women, in the early stages when the Health t ctors: Atherosclerosis,aneurysm is small, it can be mon- also known as hardening of the ar-itored and treated with medication. teries, high blood pressure and But if it is large or enlarging rapidly, high cholesterol levels also in- you'll probably need surgery. crease your risk. Detection and Treatment AAA Protection Because AAAs usually start While some risk factors like small and enlarge slowly, they your age, gender and family histo- rarely show any symptoms, mak- ry are uncontrollable, there are a ing them difficult to detect. How- number of things you can do to pro- ever, large AAAs can sometimes tect yourself from AAA. For cause a throbbing or pulsation in the starters, if you smoke, you need to abdomen, or.cause abdominal or quit- see smokefree.gov or call l- lower back pain. 800-QUIT-NOW for help. The best way to detect an AAA is to get a simple, painless, 10- You also need to keep tabs on minute ultrasound screening test. your blood pressure and cholesterol All men over age 65 that have ever levels, and if they are high you need smoke&and anyone over 60 with to take Steps :to lower them through a first-degree relative (father, moth- diet, exercise and if necessary, er or sibling) who has had an AAA medication. should talk to their doctor getting screened. Send your senior questions to," Savvy Sen- You should also know that most ion. P O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070. or vLs- it SawySenior o~g. Jim Miller is a contributor health insmance plans cover AAA to the NBC Today show and author of "'The screenings, as does Medicare to Savvy Senior" book. T e a rvs re vvu g... is your address changing as well? Let us know )-') before you go! The lP]ress / Check us out on facebook By Joe Miller ects. This demonstrates the great need for co- life issues and worked to be a watchman for gov- Sen. District I 0 operation by fannex, banker and government, emment waste. I feel good about my contribu- PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Growing up I always Last session we passed a reform to the allowed tion to government policy. Even though there is had a strong fascination with politics. I remem- farm business structure for dairies and pork pro- more to do, my contribution at this time is ful- ber, surprisingly well, Ronald Reagan as presi- ducers. This reform allows for dairy and pork filled. dent even though I was born in 1983. His influ- farms to organize in a corporate structure with One issue that legislative leaders need to work ence on me at a young age inspired me to pay at- non- family members. It is a needed change in on is to expedite ,and prioritize the legislative agen- tention. In addition, I am well known to have an order to bring more dairy and pork fanns to North da during sessions. The growing length of time opinion thatis often freely ex- pressed. Those are Dakota. More dairy and pork means more local used for the legislature to complete its business parts of the reasons why I ran for the Senate in markets for our crops. Unfortunately, misguid- is wearing away its ability to continue as a citi- the first place, ed organizations referred the reform to the bal- zen legislature. Even as a farmer it is becoming It is the place to go if you have an opinion and lot, delaying its implementation. It is my hope the far too difficult to be involved when sessions are want to, so to speak, "change" things. Chang- ing people preserve the necessary reforms made to stretching into May. anything is a tall order as it requires convincing preserve the dairy and pork industry and vote to As I move on in life I am thankful for my past. others that you have the right idea. I have spent support the measure. All has made me a better and stronger person. 1 7 years in the arena of politics as a Senator and I worked with a group of legislators and a large will need that strength as my wife and I con- feel good about the modest changes I have worked coalition of people to pass a series of bills aimed tinue to grow our family and farm. It is my hope to effect, at reducing abortion in North Dakota. I am pleased that the Lord will continue to bless us with more I worked with a group of legislators it reform that we took the initiative and worked to create children and will become a greater and closer our agriculture drainage laws to promote easier a broad discussion. It is no doubt in my mind that companion with me on my life journey. It has process to install field tile. More needs to be done it has had the intended effect. I am particu- lar- been a great honor to have had the privilege to to not only benefit agriculture but also provide ly pleased that the bill I sponsored banning abor- represent nay neighbors in the North Dakota Sen- flood control and cleaner waters tbr our city tion after 20 weeks gestation has enjoyed wide ate; however, I will not be seeking a third term dwelling friends. Since its inception in 2011, the support, of office. bankofNorthDakotasAgPaceloanprogrmn for Sincetakingofficelhavechampionedtaxcuts, Editor " Note: Miller is a Senator in the drain tile has exceeded 34 million dollars in proj- refonned laws affecting agriculture, led on pro- North Dakota Senate./br District lO. announces new BISMARCK, N.D. -- During the week of November 12-18, 2015,the North Dakota Community Foundation (NDCF) will join more than 750 community foundations across America celebrating Community Foundation Week. For more than 25 years, the effort has raised awareness about the increasingly important role of these philanthropic organizations in fostering local collaboration and iunovation to address persistent civic and economic challenges. NDCF currently administers community endowment funds for over 60 community foundations in North Dakota, including the most recent ad- ditions in 2015: the Adams County Community Foundation in southwest North Dakota and the Dale L & Russell F Brown Memorial Funds, ben- efitting the communities of Lisbon and Milnor in the southeast part of the state. Community foundations at NDCF in this area include the Grafton Community Endowment Fund, the Drayton Area Community Foundation, and the Park River Community Endowment Fund, established in 1983. The Park River Community Endowment Fund has awarded over $172,000 in grants since its inception to a variety of organizations including the Park River School District for elementary school playground equipment, the Park River Public Library for iPads, the Kiddie Komer Preschool and Day- care for furniture, equipment, and technology upgrades, the Park River Vol- unteer Fire Department for a set of Jaws of Life, the Park River Community Theatre for various projects, the First Care Health Center for medical equip- ment, and the Park River Happy Hour Senior Citizens Club for building updates and repairs. "Community foundations pmvide, xesources to address the changing needs the Little Raiders Daycare for a building addition. A $5,146 grant from the Ellendale Area Community Foundation to the Ellendale Fire District for Extrication Tools A $750 grant from the Cavalier Community Foundation to the Cav- alier Public School for Missoula Children's Theatre Programming A $23,750 grant from the New Salem Area Community Foundation to the Elm Crest Assisted Living facility to help expand their building and add another 9 apartments for elderly residents in need of care. A $2,200 grant from the Tioga Community Foundation to the Tioga Park District for a Pool and Splash Pad. A $710 grant from the Hebron Area Connnunity Foundation to the Hebron Public School to assist with their All Class Reunion "Whether the grant is large or snmll, they all fund projects and programs that improve the quality of life for our North Dakota residents," said Dvorak. Community foundations represent one of the thstest-growing forms of: philanthropy. Every state in the United States is home to at least one com- munity foundation--large and small, urban and rural--working to advance solutions on a wide range of social issues. For community foundations at NDCF, each fund has an advisory committee made up of local residents that recommend grant awards to the projects and programs they believe will make the most significant impact in their area. The State of North Dakota encourages donors to direct their philanthropic dollars toward endowment funds such as the COlranunity foundations at NDCF through a 40% State Tax Credit passed in 2011. "That is a huge benefit to donors," said Dvorak. "A gift of $5,000 to philanthropic resources from institutional and individual donors to local nonprofits that are the heart of s~ong, vibrant communities. NDCF expects to grant out over $3.5 million in 2015 through its various funds. These grants are used in a variety of ways to improve the quality of life for North Dakota residents. Some examples of2015 grants include: A $3,000 grant from the Anamoose Area Community Foundation to of a community.," said.Kevin Dvo~ President and CEO of NDCE "They a community's endowment fund may actually have an out-of-pocket cost are+beeomingmereasmg|y im~t:as ourrura! communities face ava- to the donor of only $1,600 depending on their federal tax bracket. We certainly 9ncoura q eop,l t910ok at their hoinetov~ coir0nunity tbun- ] riety of:challenges from- aging-infrastmeture to sudden, population ..... ...... -~., g ~P,+ , .,. . +~ .................. changes to limited entertainment options for their residents?' datlon as they plan their chantable g~vmg for the year." Community foundations are independent, public entities that steward Community Foundation Week, created in 1989 by former president George H.W. Bush, recognizes the work of community foundations through- out America and their collaborative approach to working with the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to address community problems. For more information about the North Dakota Community Foundatiol~ or the 40% State Tax Credit, visit www.NDCF.net. FARMLAND FOR SALE ELKMOUNT TOWNSHIP GRAND FORKS COUNTY TERRY L. AAFEDT offers for sale the following- described property located in Elkmount Township, Grand Forks County, North Dakota: That part of the Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Nineteen (19), Township One Hundred Fifty-four (154), Range Fifty-six (56), south of County #1 (containing 130.9 tillable acres, more or less) 0 The Seller shall retain 50 o of the mineral rights in and to the above-described real property. Bid Procedure: Written bids will be received at the law office of Steven C. Ekman, Bremer Bank Building, 910 Hill Avenue, PO Box 70, Grafton ND 58237 until 2:00 p.m. on DECEMBER 2015. Bids will be opened at that time and place. Please mark your envelope "BID FOR AAFEDT LAND". Bids should be in the total amount and not per acre. Persons having submitted reasonable written bids will be allowed to remain and participate in oral bidding. The right is reserved to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. Terms: 10% of the purchase price will be due upon acceptance of a bid, and the balance due thirty (30) days later. For further information, contact: Steven C. Ekman Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave, PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701) 352-0916 (Telephone) (701) 352-1855 (Fax) WALSH COUNTY FARMLAND FOR SALE LAMPTON TOWNSHIP The ALLEN SEBOE and GARY SEBOE offer for sale the following described farmland: SE 1/4 of Section 26, excelSt that part of the E1/2SE1/4 lying easterly of the Railroad Right-of Way, in Township 158N, Range 56W Written Bids will be received at the Law office of Wes R. Welch, 201 Briggs Avenue South, Park River, North Dakota 58270, until 10:00 A.M., Tuesday December 8, 2015. Please submit written bid. clearly marking price per parcel. NOT PER ACRE We accept bids hand delivered, mailed or faxed. Bids will be opened at that time and place. Serious written bidders will be invited to remain and participate in oral bidding. The right is reserved to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price will be due upon acceptance of bid. For Bidding Instructions and Land Details Contact: 201 Wes R. Welch, PC Briggs Ave. S., PO Box 107 Park River, ND 58270 (701)284-7833 Fax 701-284-7832 SO Much... So Close! 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