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DECEMBER 18, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 3 HOLIDAY HOURS -.&apos;' CHRISTMAS EVE 9 TO NOON CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY NEW YEAR'S EVE 9 TO 1 CLOSED Nw YEAR'S DAY Walsh County 2 Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: CRAZY CH0000TmA .00IATERS FOR A CAO,gE, PARKRIVER Pull out your colorful Christmas sweaters and help get kids excited about reading! When: Friday, Dec. 20 Where: Park River Businesses and Offices Why: To support a program in our community called Imagination Library that mails a free book each month to every child in our school district from birth to age five Cost: Suggested $1 O/person or FREE WILL or Sponsor a child for the year for $25. RSVP to rochelle.kovarik@gmail.com -- Thank you for your support!! R A Park River PO Box 49 00.SS 284-6333 AGRICULTURAL DRAIN TILING Surface and subsurface water problems? I G., - " " /  I n   Park River Ooun.,, ,oo,, ,B 284 7115 I  Park River Implement 284-6316 il  Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ,944-2231 Grafton 352-3668 T UNITED Michigan ~ 259-2112 Bank&lnsurance Hoo#e - 894-6123 __ ____ Crystal ~ 657-216 ' E _'5 Park River 284-7221 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! Are you looking for a PT position that allows you to make a difference in the lives of others? Easter Seals Goodwill ND, Inc. is currently hiring Direct Support Professionals throughout the state of North Dakota to provide direct care to adults and children with disabilities in their homes and in the community. All training is provided, wage DOE. if you are interested in joining our team, please visit our website, esgwnd.org/]obs or contact Peg Haug at 663-6828 ext. 303 $.250 Gift Card!!! w,th 12 mo. Lease Signing PARK CO URT APARTMENTS Park River, ND 1 Bedroom Apartments *Income Based *ALL Utilities Paid *No Steps *Laundry on Site Call Katie @701-331-9515 Professionally Managed by Prairie Homes Management 1-888-893-9501 -- toll free TTY: 1-800-366-6888 1 EHO .,,.---, Just a week away and Christmas is here, and by this time most families have made plans for what will be eaten at their holiday meal- goose, ham, turkey, whatever it will be, I know it will be tasty! In this column I will share two quick and easy recipes. Most everyone who serves turkey has their own dressing for it, but I like this. Dressing 1-8 oz. package of seasoned dressing, to this I add: Small diced onion about 1/2 C. whole milk (enough to make it moist) 1 tsp. sage 1/2 tsp. salt ***The dressing you make depends upon the size of the turkey. Make accordingly. Sweet Potatoes with Cranberries 1/2 C. uncooked oatmeal 1/3 C. butter, softened 1/2 C. flour 1/2 C. brown sugar 1 tsp. cinnamon 2- (17oz.) cans sweet potatoes or yams, drained 2-C. raw cranberries, washed well 1 1/2 C. miniature marshmallows Combine the first 5 ingredients until crumbly. Use one cup of crumbs and toss with the sweet potatoes or yams with the cranberries Place in a 2-quart casserole and top with remaining crumbs. Bake at 350 for 35 minutes. Spread marshmallows over top and bake until brown. ***I have made this in my little roaster and cooked it in the oven...delicious!!! Until next time "Dell" :%q , :, to happen in stages. Wanda Sarkilahti made it "People can get uncomfort- clear that she's confident about able with immediate change, leaving the Top Hat in Odstr- so this will be a slow process," cil's hands. stated Odstrcil. "I think ifsomebody's going Certain parts of the: to buy it, she'd be the one," transition have been stressful Sarkilahti said. "She's been in for Odstrcil, but she's glad to our business for about eight have the Sarkilahti's around to " .... i" h ' had: -years, and she knows the busi- nelp ner, ana sne sa o s e s .  , . ,, ness, so 1 Ieel gooQ plenty of quesUons on pre , ....... ,,, ..... much everything. ' " ' ' : : [ l J minK snen,,ao wen, '?':"Any question I've 'ha=, Sarkilahti said.  r :' they've been willing to a-": Without any drastic changes swer," said Odstrcil. "Wanda forthcoming, and with the Top has been really helpful. I'm fine with the bar side. When it comes to the paperwork and the business side, she's been really helpful." Hat moving forward in good hands, it may be safe to say that loyal patrons can expect the Top Hat to be as good as it's always been. Bremer Bank supports hous- ing for seniors, homeless BISMARCK, N.D.--Bremer that is affordable," said Jolene Bank has contributed $750,000 to the North Dakota Housing Incen- tive Fund (HIF), supporting proj- ects that will provide affordable housing for the state's workforce, homeless individuals and fami- lies, and households age 55 and older. "Supporting the needs of our communities has always been part of our core mission at Bre- mer Bank," said Russ Erickson, president and chief executive of- ricer for Bremer Bank in Fargo. "These affordable housing proj- ects will provide quality shelter, safety and security for many in our communities. We are proud to partner with North Dakota Housing Finance Agency on working to create greater stabil- ity in our communities across North Dakota through this initia- tive." Capitalized by contributions from North Dakota taxpayers, HIF provides developers of rental housing with low-cost financing if units are set-aside for essential service workers and low- to mod- erate-income households. The North Dakota Housing Finance Agency (NDHFA) administers the program. The North Dakota Industrial Commission, consisting of Gov. Jack Dalrymple as chairman, Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring and Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, recommended that the state legislature reautho- rize HIF during the 2013 session. NDHFA received a $15.4 million general fund appropriation and was authorized to further capital- ize HIF by issuing $20 million in state tax credits. "Increased housing costs have made it difficult for essential service workers and households on fixed incomes to find housing Kline, NDHFA acting executive director. "I thank Bremer Bank for contributing to the Housing Incentive Fund, supporting the housing needs of the communi- ties it serves." Bremer Bank divided its HIF contribution between projects in Burlington, Grafton and Minot that will provide family-friendly workforce housing; a Bismarck development that will house homeless individuals and fami- lies; and a senior apartment com- plex in Fargo. NDHFA announced in early November that it has committed all of its authorized HIF funding to a total of 34 projects, leverag- ing more than $150 million in construction financing. The agency is now focused on fully capitalizing the fund so that the units created are affordable. "Providing housing for indi- viduals and families of modest means is one of North Dakota's top priorities," said Kline. "By contributing to HIF, businesses and individuals help address this need and have a say in how their tax dollars are spent." HIF contributions can be tar- geted to a specific project or des- ignated for general use in a community or region. Individuals and businesses contributing to the fund receive a dollar-for-dollar state tax credit. To learn more about the proj- ects selected by NDHFA to re- ceive development support or how to contribute to HIF, contact Kline or Bill Hourigan at (800) 292-8621 or info@ndhfa.org. In- formation is also available online at www.ndhousingincentive- fund.org.lice Call Dub Construction for local quality service/ Good drainage can improve field operation and production, reduce risk of crop loss, maxi- mize net returns, and much more. Now scheduling. 7011696-2591 or email Dub.Construction@gmail.com go you or your group have a story to tell? We're here to help. Co.tact The Press: 701.284.65$ l:ll<it Ill ;Ill ;1,'lqll N!I i l I; i I1-,"1 In Park River teon's will be closed for CDh=stm:& 25 > Closed for inventory : 27 Closed for New Years  . Dec 31 & Jan  www leonsbuildingcenter.com 105 4th St. E.,,r." . 701-284-6266 ,, "i,-? 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