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Drayton , North Dakota
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Valley News and Views iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii!i!ii!i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii !iiiiiiiiiiiiii Page 3 January 7th, 2010 our Attention Please )ol n ,lic las, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. ruesday and Wednesday, Help With Homework and Tutoring 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursdays - Grades 7-12, 6:30 p m to 9 30 p.m. Sugar Bowl Senior Center SURPRISING THINGS AT STORY HOUR What's in the surprise package at December Story Hour in ..... " * r Drayton? Story Lady says, It might be a SNOW PARADE o December 21--Tracy's Day Can Drayton 1st Grade at 12:00 Noon. at IO:OOAM; t IO:OOAM and Better Take it In, It's iiiiiiiiiiiiiii Altru Walk-In H1N1 and Seasonal Flu Vaccinations Available Mtru Heal System, Grand Forks, ND - Walk-in H!N! and seasonal flu vaccinations ar now available for individuals over the age of nine at Mtru Clinic-Main, Mtru Family Medicine Center, and Grand Forks Family Medicine Residency. Vaccinations are available by appointment only to children under nine years. All branch clinics accept walk-ins for individuals of all ages for both vaccinations. Kittson and East Marshall County Residents Could You Use Some Help with Your Home Heat Costs? Applications for the 2010 Energy Assistance Program are being taken by Northwest Community Action, Inc. If you feel you may be eligible, either write to Northwest Community Action,/ PO Box 67/Badger, MN 56714, or phone (218) 528-3258 or 1-800-568-5329 and an application will be mailed to you. You may apply once during our program year of October 1, 2009 - May 31, 2010. Fuel Assistance eligibility is based upon household income and household size. Assets are no longer counted for this program. Both homeowners and renters may be eligible. Households who live in subsidized housing but pay either heat or electric costs may also qualify. Subsidized housing residents who have both heat and electric costs included in their rent do not qualify for energy assistance. The eligibility guidelines for 3 months gross income are listed below: Household Size Maximum Income 1 - $5,423 2 - $7,092 3- $8,761 4- $10,430 5 - $12,099 6- $13,768 Northwest Community Action serves households located in Kittson, Lake of the Woods, East Marshall, and RoseauCounties. Homevisits available for homebound applicants, upon request. Households requesting assistance in completing the application are encouraged to phone our office to set up an appointment. NOTICE: You are responsible for your heating and electric bills until you hear from Northwest Community Action. This program is funded by the Minnesota Dept. of Commerce and U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services. Pembina Counschedul e Public Transportation January 2009 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Transportation In Drayton Mondays, Wednesday's, Thursdays, and Fridays Fare $2.00 Transportation to Grafton Tuesdays Fare $5.00 Transportation to Grand Forks Wednesdays Fare $10.00 Charles Hoselton came from South Saint Paul to Dorothy Hoselton's December 21st to spend a couple of days. On December 23 Charles and Dorothy left to spend Christmas in the cities. Christmas day guests at Myrt Link's were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Link and Marcella Chelsea Hoselton, Mike Peterson, Dorothy and Charles. Dorothy spent a few days with Myrt. Charles brought Dorothy home on December 28th. They had supper with Ryan Link at the truck stop in Grand Forks. Wade Gjevre visited with Charles while he was here. Charles left for home on Thursday. Margery and Barb Steenerson and Rosemary Glenn had pizza with Dorothy Hoselton on New Year's evening. Rosemary Gllenn had Christmas dinner at Mike Grzadzieleski's on December 29th. Wayne Quibell from Fargo and Doublas Quibell had coffee with Erma Raney on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Meier from Crookston, Minnesota and Jan Hedman from Lakeville, Minnesota spent Christmas with Erma Raney and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Hedman. Allison and Erik from Moorhead also joined them for Christmas Eve. Christmas Eve was held at Larry Jensen's with over 30 people for supper. Another very enjoyable party was held at Gary and Kari Jo Jensen's home on Monday night. Many relatives and friends were in attendance including Wayne Quibell from Fargo, Pastor Jon from Grafton, Jim and Doretta Olson and Tom Britten from Donaldson, Merle and Marlys Nelson, Terry and Shirley Jensen, Mike and Jackie lensen and Mitchel, Erma Raney, Douglas Quibell, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Grundstrom of Donaldson and Mr. and Mrs. Gay Jensen. 00wesmont Li00! :ii :. by Saralee Hoselto Christmas Eve visitors of Mike and Judy Stellon were Jim and Fran McConnell of Grand Forks, Jill McConnell and Cally Fisher of Washington State, Joyce Schlagel of Ada, Beth and BuddyWuest of Sequin,Texas, Brenda Landowski, Marcus, Jeffery Joey and Emily of Grand Forks, Mark, Brooks Stellon, Mark Staskivige and Nancy Billings Dean and Joanne Young visited Jim and MelissaYoung and boys of St. Thomas for a belated Christmas celebration December 26. Sunday December 27 Mike and Judy Stellon took Mike Baldock and his daughter Veronica to their home in Colorado where they visited fo'r two days. Mike and Judy then went to LasVegas where they visited Dan Mapel from Tuesday until Saturday when they left and arrived home Sunday January 3rd. Saralee Hoselton had lunch at The Lone Star in Fargo December 28th with Ardis Haaland. Saralee spent the night at the Geoff and Hope Hoselton home and then returned to her home on Tuesday. Monday Arnold Frovarp visited Joanne Young for an early celebration of her birthday. Dean and Joanne Young spent New Year's Eve supper at the Alexander House with Earl and Judy Miller of Lawton. New Year's Eve Marvin and Clarice Mosolf had supper at Market Place On 8th in Grafton. New Year's Eve afternoon Saralee Hoselton went to Grafton where she visited Linda Hoselton. She spent the night and returned home the next afternoon. Merv and Phyllis Holter and Nolan Nyegaard of Hallock visited Craig and Ann Holter and family in Wilmar, MN, from NewYear's Eve until January 5th. New Year's Day Marvin and Clarice Mosolf were dinner guests of Douglas and Kathlyn Rath. Bob Lysengen of St. Thomas was a supper guest of Doris Stellon and Merrill Stellon New Year's Day. New Year's Day Paul and Yvonne Kalka, Amanda and Joe brought supper to Chester and Donna Kalka. A.D. Duncklee spent New Year's afternoon the home of Amber Cummings. Mso present were Andrew and Becky Duncklee, Mildred Flach, Justin and Julie Sott and family of White Bear Lake. Becky and Dalton Meader of Warroad visited Cindy Meader the weekend of January 2nd and 3rd. John Kalka of Pembina was a supper guest of Laddie and Dorothy Kalka January 2nd. Among those who attended the Sugar Bowl Senior Citizen's monthly pot luck dinner January 3rd were Dean and Joanne Young and Steve and Ellen Marciniak Late Sunday afternoon Brandon Block and his friend Andy were visitors of Marvin and Clarice Mosolf. Dennis and Bonnie Lembke of St. Thomas visited A.D. Duncklee on Sunday. Cindy Meader visited Gail Pede in the Maple View Nursing Home in Grand Forks January 3rd and 4th. Beer Poag News we can use? Good Picture? Good Joke? Call the News Line - 701 360-3005 Or email Drayton Ambulance Dues Drayton Ambulance is now accepting dues for 2010. Dues are $15 per family and should be sent to: Drayton Volunteer Ambulance Association PO Box 238 Drayton, ND 58225 Attention Relay Teams: Register your team before 12131109 (and your team members later) and your team will receive free coffee and hot chocolate the entire night of the Relay! Register at or call Brenda at 265-3342 or Monica at 265-5910. FJruoh wZth the 13uch! I:Jy Leo 13eauchamp We at the Brush Bunch, as we move into 2010, hope you all had a great Christmas (snow and all) and a great New Year, as for myself, we are still digging out of the banks of snow. In order to get organized and start the "Other forms of Art" that we encountered at our open house at North Border Estates on December 5th. I am going to fill this week with a painting that my grandson Bailey Beauchamp of Box Elder, SD did at our house during their visit here for Christmas. Bailey is 11 years old, involved in Hockey and enjoys gardening, reading and painting as shown in his acrylic painting "Cabin on a Hill." Next week I promise to show you some very exciting "Other forms of Art". We start our new year on January 5th and 19th. Featuring Pan Fried Waiteye, Fantail Shrimp, or Chicken Wlth Soup r Sa!ad and Your Choice of Potato i Ordera Attorney at Law 910 Hill Av6. PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701)352-0916 Farmland Sales and [.,eases Real Estate and Business Planning Estate Planning, Probate and Iax [,icensed in North Dakota and Minnesota Your Hometown Healthcare Providers Cl/n/c Hours Ilal- md/ &a0 aan. - 0 p rdila/ and SpeedLaSe awUe da For appdntments, call 701.454.3311 For Reservations - Call 454-6586 Marie Anderson, FNP-C AdooOay- g Peter Funk, MD 2nd & 4b Tuesday Joel Waz, MD 1st & 3rd Tuesday t