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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2018 BISMARCK, N.D. -- Gov. Doug Burgum, in partnership with the North Dakota Department of Commerce, announced today the funding for 15 projects totaling $2,331,000 auned at Main Street de- velopment, public facilities and services. The program is funded by federal Community Development Block Grant dollars focusing on long-term community development within cities' Main Street areas "These funds will help commu- nities with strategic projects that will strengthen our state's economy and help create healthy, vibrant com- munities that can attract and retain a 21 st century workforce," Burgum said. "This is a key step in our de- velopment of building livable com- munities, addressing unmet com- munity development needs and en- hancing local economic develop- ment efforts." Funds were made available in three categories: Main Street Fund Main Street funds are used to re- habilitate building exteriors or streetscape improvements Funded projects: o Hammelton Building - Newity in county courthouse notable Main Street achievements lence in elevating the three pillars of Turtle Lake $100,000 windows, doors, brickwork, parking Towner County include: the Main Slreet Initiative. Award de- o Main Street Market- New win- and handicap accessibility$20,842 - Elevator lift installa- The Main Street Initiative cur- tails can be found at www.main- dows and facade improvements tion in Memorial Building rently has 61 communities engaged streetnd.com/awards o J Arthur's Flowers and Gifts- Public Facility Fund Maddock in the initiative and has conducted North Dakota's Main Street New windows and facade im-Public facility fimds are used for $41,727 - Backup generator and meetings with 45 communities over Community Dashboard was creat- provements the acquisition, construction, re- water system improvements the past 15 months. During that time, ed to support busy community lead- o Turtle Lake Tax Service - construction or installation of pub- communities hosting a Main Street New windows and facade im-lic works, facilities or other im- Public Services Fund meeting report a greater level ofen- ers- some working on a voluntary provements provements. Funded projects: Public services funds, in the gagement from community mem- basis- hoping to grow healthy, vi- Jamestown $100,000 Sheridan County form of operational costs, will be bers of all ages and have seen in- brant communities. The dashboard o Orriginals, Inc. - New win- $35,760- Chairlift replacement made available to existing and new creased momentum in community was recognized with a national dows, facade improvements and in county courthouse agencies that support programs re- improvement efforts. Government Experience Award brickwork Nelson County lated to addiction and recovery. The first-ever Main Street ND from the Center for Digital Gov- o River Rock Investments -$294,000 - Nelson County Funded projects: Summit, hosted by the Noah Dako- ernment. New windows, siding replacement, Health System handicap accessi- Heartview ta Department of Commerce at the The North Dakota Main Street painting and sidewalk replacement bility improvements $287,825 - Operational costs Bismarck Event Center, welcomed Initiative Student Advisory Com- o The Lodge Jamestown - New Minto used to furnish a new 24-bed resi- more than 650 community mem- mittee includes 11 students from windows and handicap accessibil- $198,000 - Wastewater lagoon dential trealment program and 15 re- bers, students and state team mem- across the state. This committee is ity improvements covery apartments, bers. The event focused on devel-, part of the Healthy, Vibrant Com- o Babb's Coffee House - New Crystal A.D.A.P.T. Inc. oping the three pillars of the Main munities pillar of the Main Street Ini- windows, exterior facade improve- $300,000- Crystal Firehallbuild- $125,000 - Operational costs Street Initiative: a skilled work- tiative and focuses on allowing ments and handicap accessibility ing expansion used to alleviate expenses to expand force; smart, efficient infrastruc- youth to share ideas to help build the Minto $67,500 New Salem case managerflent services statewide, ture; and healthy, vibrant commu- o Harvey Avenue Saloon- New $300,000 - Infrastructure im- Burgum has led the state's efforts nities to help North Dakota compete community they want to call home windows, doors, siding and signage provements to provide community leaders a in a 21st century economy in which in North Dakota. o Beaver's Caf6-New windows, Glen Ullin direct access point to resources rapid technological advancement For additional information on doors, siding and signage $300,000 - Water main recon- needed to create vibrant communi- is changing every job, industry and the Govemor's Fund for Community o Minto Auto - New windows, struction ties poised to attract and retain a 21st organization. Development, visit: https://www. doors, siding and signage Steele County century workforce. Working to- The 2018 Main Street Awards communityservices.nd.gov/com- Lisbon $100,000 $67,845 - Handicap accessibil- ward those goals, some of the state's honored communities for excel- munitydevelopment/. ) Photo: Larry Bid Left: Dennis Jelinek (Left) of Pis recen p ed up a special Chrislmas gift from Chadie Chyle (Right) at Park River Implement for his newest set of grand- children. Jelinek has given each of his grandchildren a Honda50 Motorcycle for their first Chrislmas gilt. This year, the lucky recip- ients were twins Rhea and Ula. Below:. Front: (L to R): Teagan (10), Atley (7), Rhea (4 1/2 mo), Brooks (7), Sienna (5), Mia (10), Lila (4 1/2 mo), Back: Macy (12), Mae (4), Den- nis. recipes. See https://www.ag.ndsu. edu/food for several food mixes, along with printable gift tags. This is one of the featured recipes. To complete a gift basket, consider making some jam, too. We also have jam recipes on our website. Peanut Butter Bread 1/3 c. sugar 1/3 c. brown sugar, packed 1 1/4 c. all-purpose white flour 3/4 c. whole-wheat flour 1 Tbsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. salt Layer ingredients in a clean quart-sized jar. Cover the jar tight- ly with a lid, decorate and attach a copy of the recipe card. To make bread, mix together: I container Peanut Butter Bread mix : " ~ ~; H 1 c. creamy peanut butter (not natural) 2 eggs 3/4 c. nonfat milk 1/2 c. plain Greek yogurt, nonfat 1 tsp. vanilla Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9- by 5-inch loaf pan with nonstick cooking spray. In a mixing bowl, combine the sugar, brown sug- ar, white and whole-wheat flour, baking powder and salt Set aside. In a separate bowl, combine peanut butter, eggs, milk, Greek yogurt and vanilla. Gradually add dry ingredi- ents to wet ingredients, gently fold- ing ingredients together. Mix just un- til combined; the batter may be lumpy. Pour into the loaf pan and bake for 48 to 52 minutes. Check bread 10 to 15 minutes before the timer goes off, and if the bread is browning too much, place alu- minum foil on top and continue bak- ing for duration of tune. Allow bread to cool for 10 minutes, remove from pan and place on cooling rack. Makes 16 servings. Each serving contains 200 calories, 9 grams (g) fat, 7 g protein, 25 g carbohydrate, 1 g fiber and 210 milligrams sodi- un3. dulie Garden-Robinson, Ph.D, R.D L.R.D is a North Dakota State UniversiO, Extension Serv- ice food and nutrition specialist and professor in the Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences. Follow her on Twitter @jgarden- robinson Beginning on January 8'" ' First Care Hcahh Center What is Prediabetes? l'eople with pretli:d etes have blood sugars higher than nommi but nol yct high enough to be diabetes. Lifestyle ch;utges resuhing in modest weight loss can help someone with prcdiabetcs prevent or delay T)])c 2 diabetes. This program includes: Skills to lose weight, be morc stress 16 weekly sessions 6 monthly follow-uI) sessions heahhy lifestyle changes active, and ln;tll;igc Monday, Deced ber 31st , 66 LOVCIK AVE PISEK, ND 701-284-6208 to hell) you maintain You are eligible if you are: At risk for or have l)rediabcles At least 18 Overweight Do not currently have diabetes Are not l)rcgnanl contact:F r m re inf mlati n & t register' lF 1 Christina Bata, RDN ,RD irst Car I HEALTHCEN'fER / t'hone: (701) 28M565 / Enufil: christina.bata@ 1 stcarchc.cont : !