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WALSH COUNTY PRESS - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 202! . Page 3 Here and ready to fill your needs, Wr’nt (inn Locally owned and operated, Grafton Drug is more than a pharmacy. We offer a unique selection g of giftware, puzzles, candy, kitchen items, cards, and more. Gift wrap with purchase. GRAFTON \ Walsh County 5 pct! i g h 1' The merchants below are proud to announce: Community ery Meals prior to Noon. Hosted by St. M Church, 505 Park St E, Park River |0 am. and Noon. Interested in becoming a spotllght sponsor? Contact the Press at 701-284-6333 Park River ALSH COUNTY Box Ess 284-6333 . xx, Park River {$4.11an 301 County Road 123 “new” 284-71 1 5 PAIR an Park River Implement 284-631 6 Park River ~ 284-7244 LP— errata-tar fa on ' l'l'ED Michi an 259-2112 U” Hoop e 894-6123 J FBanksrlnsurance Crystal... 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 New Menu Items and Daily Specials Monday through Friday Highway 17 East - Park River 701 -284«7007 A. Thanksgiving Meal, Park River ThanksgiVing Feast will be held on Thursday, Nov. 25. Sit-down Dinner at Noon; Deliv- ary’s Catholic (West of CENEX; North of Dollar General) For Meal Reservations or Delivery,please (allz70l-284-6l65, Nov. l5- 9,between y Jim’Mier Dear Savvy Senior: Can you recommend any re- sources that ofler help to family which provides referrals to local re- sources. Use respite: Respite services caregivers? I’ve been taking care of can provide short-term care _to your my 86-year-old mother and could mom SO You can take some time off. use some help. Bumed-Out Brenda Dear Brenda, Caring for an aging parent or oth- er loved one over a period of time can be very challenging both phys— ically and mentally. Fortunately, there are a number of tips and serv- ices you can turn to that can help lighten the load. Here are several to consider. Assemble a care team: A good first step is to put together a network of people including family, fiiends and even neighbors that you can call on to help out when you can’t be there or need a break. Tap local services: Many com— munities offer a range of fiee or sub- sidized services that help seniors and caregivers by providing things like home delivered meals, transporta- tion, senior companion serviCes and more. Call 211 to find out what’s available in your communi- ty, or call AARP’s caregiving re- noon to 4 pm. With a variety of ven- dors showcasing their goods. Park River’s Sunshine Kids Center will be serving lunch. First United Bank again will be sponsoring the horse—drawn car— riage rides as well as serving hot chocolate and cookies in the lobby from 3 pm. to 6 pm. A free movie Will be shown the Lyric at noon and 4 pm. sponsored by Polar Communications and Gate City Bank. From 4 pm. to 6:30 pm. there will be kids crafts at the Park River source center (877-333-5885), To locate services in your area, try the ARCH National Respite Net- work and Resource Center at ARCI-Irespite.org. Hire in-home help: You may want to consider hiring a part-time home-care aide that can help with things like preparing meals, house- keeping or personal care. Costs can run anywhere from $12 to $30 an hour depending on where you live and the qualification of the aide. To find help through an agency, use Medicare’s search tool Medicare. gov/care—compare. Or to find someone on your own, which is a more affordable way to go, try websites like Carecom or Care- Linx.Com. Use financial tools: Ifyou’re han- dling your mom’s finances, you can make things easier by arranging di- rect deposit for her income sources and set up automatic payments for her utilities and other routine bills. Center from 4 pm. to 6 pm. south of the City Hall. The big man him- self, Santa Claus, will be coming down Briggs Ave at 5 pm. with a stop at Citizen’s State Bank to fol- low. Park RiverArea Elementary stu- dents will be the musical guests in Mayoral Park (City Hall in in- clement weather) at 6 pm. with the Mayoral Park tree lighting and fire— works to follow. The Park River Vol- unteer Fire Department will be set- ting the fireworks off across firm the Fire Hall. In addition to the various stops City Office and the Park River around town, attendees are encour- American Legion. The Legion also aged to “take part the all—day will be hosting anArt Show scavenger Hunt event. The Scav- p.m. to 6 pm Coloring sheets for the enger Hunt forms are available at art show will be available on the Park Citizen’s State Bank and the Park River Community Club Facebook River City Oflice. Completed forms Jim's SuperValu 284-6433 101 3rd St. W park River For all your dinner needs! Page and the city office. The Park River Fire Volunteer Department will be setting up fire pits for the Make Your Own S’mores station from 5 pm. to 6:30 pm. are to be dropped back at the city of- fice for a chance to win Park River Bucks. Photo ops also will be set up at various locations around town. Local businesses will be open for While they can’t guarantee any of meals as well as holiday shopping. the oflicial crew will be in atten— dance, the Park River Community Club also has ananged for live rein— deer sponsored by First Care Health Mental Health — “0-, Top CRITICAL atoll/t4 ACCESS 3‘4ng 20 HOSPITAL 2021 91‘," “’90 mm:me First Care Health Center’s December Schedule .......... ..Dec. 1, 7, a, 14, 15, 21, 22 .................................... ..Dec. 16 ......................... ..Every Thursday ................................... . .Dec. 13 Dr. Mirza Baig, Gastroenterologist.. Dr. Jason Go, Cardiologist .......... .. Dr. lnder Khokha, Surgeon ......... .. Dr. Kevin Panico, Oncologist ....... .. Dr. Anil Potti, Hematologist, Oncologist ................................. ..Dec. Dr. Mark Strand, ENT, Otolaryngologist ............................... ..Dec. 14 Dr. Jennifer Gowan, Audiologist. . . .. Audiocare AM - Brenda Haugen.... Wakefield Hearing Center ........... .. Mammograms, 3D ..................... .. Nuclear Medicine ...................... .. Foot Care Clinic 9AM - 2PM ........ .. .................................... ..Dec. 14 ................................... ..Dec. 28 ................................... ..Dec. 21 ....................... ..Dec. 2, 9, 16, 30 ................................... ..Dec. 20 .............................. ..Dec. 13, 27 Dietitian—Christina Bata, RDNILRD ............................... ..Thursdays ............... ..Every Monday—Friday Carissa Kruse, PT, DPT, CLT; Raevyn Haugland, PT, DPT; Evan Zacharias, PT, DPT, OCS; Allie Beneda, PTA; Teri Jo Jelinek, PTA Social Workers._ ..... ....................... .. Tina Sitzer, MSW, LBSW; Emily Koenig, MSW, LMSW Physical Therapy ...................... . . ................ .. Every Monday—Friday .............. ..Mondays, Wednesdays ................................. ..Mondays Brenda Barragan ...................... .. Mallika Chakrabarli .................... .. CT Scans—Daily MRIs—Every Wednesday Ullrasounds—Mon—Fri Lab Hours: Mon. -Fn'.—7:30AM-5:30PM Saturdays—8:30AMan Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, Cardiac Rehab, Sleep Studies available by appointment—' To schedule, call 284-4566 Echocardiograms Every Thursday by appointment Telemedicine visits with Altru Essentia providers available by appointment— For more info, call Lon' Seim, RN at 284-4566 Call 284-7555 for an appointment First Care Health Center Park River, ND vwww.firstcarehc.com The Park River Community Club is encouraging everyone to kick off the holiday season with Park River on Dec. 4. FirstflCare HEALTH CENTER Koop to feature in Holiday Show at the historic Empire Arts Center GRAND FORKS, ND. — The Holiday Show at the historic Em- pire Arts Center puts the spotlight on Misti Koop, as she reminisces about the Christmas season she was on the Norwegian Cruise Ship, "Epic," some 1700 miles away from home. Misti is joined "on deck" by the ND Ballet Company, the UND Low Brass Ensemble, local musi— cians Mark Diers, Joseph Mc- Cauley, Mark Lentz, and Matt Fowler, along with Empire Theatre Company staples: Katie Germain, Walter Criswell, AnneMarie Brack, and our young ETC actors: Mila Drago, Mirko Drago, and Emma Lyste. Performances: Nov. 26—28; Dec. 2-4 at 7 pm; Nov. 29 and Dec. 5 at 2 pm. ‘ Co-produced with Alerus Fi- nancial, Burlington Northem San- ta Fe Rail Road, with grant support from the ND Council on the Arts, an BISMARCK, N.D. —— NDFB has hired Megan Overby for the po- sition of Northeast Field Represen- tative. Overby isbasedout of Binford, North Dakota. Overby’s primary focus is sup- porting NDFB members in the Northeast part of the state, including Benson, Cavalier, Eddy, Foster, , Grand Forks, Griggs, Nelson, Pem- bina, Ramsey, Steele, Towner, Traill and Walsh counties. Overby worked for Minnesota Farm Bureau before her most recent job with the Red River Farm Net- work where she served as an agri- culture journalist. She has a Bache— lor of Science degree from North Dakota State University in animal sci- ence and a minor in ag corn'mrmica— tions plus a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from Concordia College. Overby’s passion for agriculture started at a young age and cominued to grow throughout her college and professional Careers. She is excited to live out that passion for agriculture through the NDFB field stafi position “Megan’s passion for agriculture Judging judging Rules to see. . Park River Christmas Light Contest 2021 Park River Christmas Light Contest will be awarding the top 3 residential holiday light displays a credit on their January utility bill. Start decorating now. This year a panel of impartial judges will be doing the The judging will take place at night, beginning Sunday, December 12 thru Saturday, December 19 - Entrants must have their Christmas lights on by dusk. - House numbers must be clearly marked for judges - All decisions of the judges are official and final« Winners will be announced the following week on the City’s Facebook page. 1st place - $250.00 credit on your January utility bill 2nd place - $150.00 credit on your January utility bill 3rd place - $100.00 credit on your January utility bill ' OtO' umre the City of GP Arts Re-grant, through the Community Foundation of GF and EGF and Region. Please call 701-746—5500 or vis- it www.empireartscenter.com for tickets. Tickets are $16 for youth, $18 for seniors/adults, and $22 regular admission. Photo: Submitted and strong work ethic will be a true asset for her county Farm Bureaus,” said Joey Bailey, NDFB Director of Organizational Development. “We are thrilled to have Megan help ad- vocate for agriculture through her work with NDFB.” A fiill listing ofNDFB employees can be found at wwwndfborg/abou— tus/stafl7. you worked for it. . . now let it work for you. The Press can help make a little go a long way. Your Professional Prescription Service We offer. . . Mail-Out Prescriptions - Delivery Service - Blood Pressure Screening - Photo Kiosk - 10% off Sr. Citizen Discount Zoovio \hdeo Dealer - Gifts Hallmark Cards - Drive—up Window Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River - 701-284-7676 Hours: M—F 9~6 - Sat. 9—1 2 Drayton Drug Drayton - 701-454—3831 Hours: M-F 8230-5