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~+ . + +,+- ~- ,i+ +- ,l+ .-. THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2017 Page 3 ++++' + iust pharn v +, c: ;i@ a Locally owned and operated, Grafton Drug features a unique selection of giftware, puzzles, candy, kitchen items, cards, and more Gift wrap with purchase. Gift cards also available. KARl Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: WFL Kosobud Lodge 106 will hold their next meeting on Sunday Jan. 7 at the Lankin Senior Center. It will begin with a 12:45 potluck meal and a meeting will follow at 1:30. We hope to see you there. TALSH COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 I . Park River - samaritan 301 County Road 12B 284 7115 AUTO PARTS 284-6316 Park RiVer ~ 284,7244 ~kR$: Adams ~944-2231 Grafton 352-3668 TUNITED Michigan ~ 259-2112 Bank&lnsurance H oop-le ~ 894-6123 ;rystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! ELECTRIC LTD. .65 Years of exceptional service - with many third generation customers. Experienced; well trained and knowledgable staff that live in your communities, Providing Quality Electrical Services to: Farms Agricultural Plants Schools . Water Plants Homes Cities Hospitals Just about anything else that needs wiring Serving northeastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota Call us at 701-284-7433 SAMSON, the strongest name in the industryl -Walsh County Veterans Service Office Giving thanks during the holidays While most people are making plans with friends and family, there are military members who continue to serve their country while the holiday season passes by. There are more than 160,000 active-duty members serv- ing in 150 countries, leaving behind spouses, children, and parents to con- tinue their duties. It doesn't take much to extend a thoughtful thank you to the men and women who serve our country. While you make your own holiday plans, here are three, meaningful ways to make sure military members aren't forgotten. 1. SPONSOR A WREATH FOR A FALLEN SOLDIER: Wreaths Across America is an organization that purchases and places wreathes on the graves of soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery each December, as well.as veterans' cemeteries in all 50 states and in 24 national cemeteries through0u(the world. Donors can purchase a single wreath for $15 or volunteer to help participate in wreath programs throughout the nation. In 2013, the organization's 22nd year, 540,000 remembrance wreaths were placed on graves - about 143,000 of those at Arlington National Ceme- tery. More than 80 tractor-trailer companies and drivers helped deliver the wreaths to 908 locations across the country. More information can be found at http://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/ 2. DONATE PREPAID CALLING CARDS TO TROOPS ABROAD: It can take months before families in the United States might hear from troops serving overseas. Special missions and living in areas with limited phone service can make the few phone calls they are able to make even more precious. The VFW's Operation Uplink allows people to donate prepaid calling cards to deployed service members. They also host a Free Call Day each month to allow service members to dial in to family mem- bers without worrying about the cost. More information can be found at https://www.vfw.org/ 3. SUPPORT OPERATION GRATITUDE: Every year, Operation Gratitude sends 250,000+ individually addressed Care Packages to Sol- diers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen deployed over- seas, to their children left behind, and to First Responders, New Recruits, Veterans, Wounded Heroes, and their Care Givers. Each package con- tains snacks, hygiene products, entertainment, and handmade items, as well as personal letters of support. Each package contains donated prod- ucts valued between $45 and $100 and cos the organization $15 to as- semble and ship. Find out more at https://www.operationgratitude.com/ A great local option in Walsh County in the Elderly Relief Fund man- aged out of the Country Smokehouse in Grafton. This Fund assists eld- erly folks who are in need of assistance. This Fund also assists many area Veterans. If you would like your support to stay local, donating to this fund is a great option. Thank you all for your service and I hope your hol- idays are merry and bright. Katrina Hodny, Veteran Service Officer Admin Bldg 638 Cooper Ave, Suite 5 Grafton, ND 58237 701-352-5030 or 701-331-1700 walshcountyvso@nd.gov walshcountynd.com/veteran Facebook @WalshCountyVeterans / I I I By: Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, Divvying up personal possessions What's the best way to distribute among adult children or other loved mypersonalpossessions to my kids ones can often be a difficult task. De- after I m gone without causing hard ciding who should get what without feelings or conflict? I have a lot of showing favoritism, hurting some- jewelry, art, family heirlooms and antique furniture, and three grown one's feeling or causing a feud can kids that don't always see eye-to-eye be difficult, even for close-knit on things, families who enter the process with Planning Ahead Senior Savvy Dear Planning, Cont page 5 AUCTION Saturday, December 30th, 2017 10 AM MST Location: SO1 Elks Drive- Dickinson, Lunch will be served Terms of Sate; Cash or Bankable Check Binstock's FOR A COMPLETE LISTING VISIT BIGEAUCTIONSERVlCE.COM 701-290-4192 ED BINSTOCK, LIE. JB2SS GIG E CLERK, Please Join the : +, R/dge Pickers for a Free Concert Sunday, January 14, 2018 AT 4:00 PM Raising Awareness & Support for Vu In e ra b/e Children '~~w~'~'~~~~ All Faiths Chapel/Life Skills and Transition Center Grafton, ND Project 24 Brody Gene Larson, son of Christian and Ashley Larson of Park Riv- er, was born Nov. 22, 2017. At birth he weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces and measured 21.5 inches. He is the couple's first child. Brody's grandparents are Rock and Patty Desautel of Grafton and Stephen and Dena Larson of Park River. His great-grandparents are Pat Cubbage of Grafton and Gene Larson of Park River. BISMARCK, N.D. -- North register with the North Dakota Dakota's free ice fishing weekend Game and Fish Department prior is Dec. 30-31. to participating. Registration is Resident anglers may fish that available by visiting the Depart- weekend withot/t a license. All oth- ment's website, gf.nd.gov, or er ice fishing regulations apply, through any Game and Fish office. Those interested in darkhouse Legal fish are northern pike and spearfishing that weekend must nongame species. gratulatiOn o' e 2(/ Cfi/istl ,o 3iXt:SthVd / bl'RE ibvsI - Lighting C0nt t Winners :: *:'"'" "1:0i Oak Lafie: '1 "':" "" l':: 1 st: Gary Budish - 109 7th St E 1 st: Sheldon & Barb Ellefson - 2nd: Francis & Susan Peterka - 119 Hill Ave S 119 Regina Ave 2nd: Steve & Deb Fontaine - 107 3rd: Kevin & Mary Skavhaug - 622 Code Ave S Park Ave S Ward 2 3rd: Julie & Amos Flaten - 106 lst: Wally&EdieRygh- ll2Ja-SummitAve S cob St W Thank you to all of the partlci- 2nd: Dave & Veronica Anderson pants for letting your lights shine! First Care Health Center's: January Schedule Dr. Mirza Baig, Gastroenterologist January 5, 10, 24 (Colonoscopy, Endoscopy, Hepatic Consults) Dr. Ronald Brockman, Ophthalmologist January 23 Dr. Jason Go, Cardiologist January 18 Dr. Inder Khokha, Surgeon Every Thursday Dr. Kevin Panico, Oncotogist January 8 Dr. Antil Potti, Oncologist January 25 Audiocare AM - Brenda Haugen January 23 Wakefield Hearing Center January 16 Richard Wakefield, BCH Mammograms, Digital January 4, 18 Foot Care Clinic 9AM - 2PM January 17 Nuclear Medicine January 29 Dietitian--Christina Bata, LRD Every Thursday Physical Therapy : Every Monday--Friday Kassandra Kertz, PT; Robin Tracy, PT, ATC, CSCS; Corissa Kruse, PT; Allie Beneda, PTA Social Workers Every Monday--Friday Tina Sitzer, MSW, LSW; Emily Koenig, MSW, LCSW Shelle Berg, RN, Outpatient Care Coordinator & Clinical Health Coach Every Monday--Friday Mental Health Therapists-- Stephen Grey Thursdays Marc Dutch Fridays C T Scans available daily MR/s--every Wednesday Ultrasounds-- Monday--Friday DEXA Scans- Bone Density Measurement.--,Wed & Friday (Must have a health proviaer oroer) Telemedicine visits with Altru & Sanford providers available by appointment--For more info, call Loft Seim, RN at 284-4566 Call 284-7555 for an appointment First Care Health Center Park River, ND www.firstcarehc.com Your Professional Prescription Service We offer Mail-Out Prescriptions. Delivery Service. Blood Pressure Screening. Photo Kiosk. 10% off Sr Citizen Discount. Zoovio Video Dealer. Gifts. Hallmark Cards. Drive-up Window Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River 701-284-7676 Drayton Drug Drayton. 701-454-3831 - Laurie