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Valley News .k & Views Page 3 January 17th, 2013 Calendar o[ Even ts Sugar Bowl Senior Center Regular Activities Noon Potluck - The First Sunday of Every Month at the Sugar Bowl Senior Center. Everyone welcome[ Bone Builder Exercise Class Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays beginning at 1030 a.m. Bingo - Every Monday at 2 p.m. Cards (Spite and Malice) Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. Health Maintenance Clinic (Foot Care) 4th Monday of each month from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. THE MOOSE IS LOOSE AT STORY HOUR Stow Lady says, "Watch out for moose mania at January Sto W Hour in Drayton. She will a_hare stories such as MUCKY MOOSE, MOON TRACKS, & DUCK DUCK MOOSE. The flannelgraph story will be "Moose Goes South". For our craft we'll make Marco Moose, a paper bag puppet. March your moose to one of these sessions: January 15th--9:lSAM at Abby's Day Care, 10:00AM at Tracy's Day Care and 12:30PM at Drayton First Grade; January 17th--9:30AM and I:30PM at Drayton Pro School & 10:00AM at Drayton Kindergarten, January 17th - Drayton Blood Drive, sponsored by the Drayton American Legion and Amerman Legion Aary, from 12:30 l.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the St. Edwards Parish Center. Januao/28th - Girls Basketball at the Drayton chool Drayton/Valley-Edinburg Titan girl S basketball take on North Border. Play begins at 4 p.m. with 7th and 8th grade teams. Junior Varsity and Varsity games to follow. The one and only home game of the season, make it a point to get out and give the teams some of the hometown spirit. @ Dr. Catherine Henge| Borud Dr. Jana Riley-Kraulik *Chiropractic Care B *Massage *Graston *Custom Foot Orthotics *Traction and Other Therapies *Nutrition/Weight Loss .........  Nutrition/ Protocol Custom Foot Orthotics ="  Supplements Office Locations: Drayton 70-4s4-3sss 104 E Hwy 66, Suite 4 4ext to Xperence Ftness and Drayton Eye CSn Karlstad 218-436-4264 205 Roosevelt W Kson Memorial Clinic Building of Kadstad Blue Cross In Network Provider Workers Comp/Auto Cases Accepted i Expanded Drayton Hours Now Open Tuesday Through Friday Also Monday's By Appointment Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule January 2013 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Tramportation In Drayton- Fare $3 Monda Wednesda Thursda) Friday Transportation to Grafton- Fare $6 Monday Through Friday Tramportation to Grand Forks - Fare $12 Wednesdays For Reservatiom Call 454-6586 Valley News and Views Periodical postage paid at Drayton N.D. Permit (#679-990). Member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. Official newspaper for the City of Drayton and Drayton Public School District No.19. Published every Thursday at Drayton, North Dakota. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Valley News & Views, PO Box 309, Drayton, N.D. 58225- 0309. Valley News and Views welcomes letters to the editor. All letters must be signed and we reserve the right to edit all letters for length and accuracy of content. Roberta Van Camp, Publisher Emeritus Published By Great Caesar's Ghost Larry Ritzo, Owner/Editor Yearly Subscription rates: $30.00 In Pembina County $35.00 All other addresses $.75 at News Stands Phone 701-360-3005 Fax 701-454-6333 All material, including photographs, advertisements and articles, subject to Copyright. 009. 0 Continued From Page 1 Winter Blood Drive Don't forget the winter blood drive on Thursday January 17th. The drive, sponsored by the Drayton American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary, will run from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the St. Edwards Parish Center. Elementary Students Selling Magazines Elementary students K- 6 will be selling magazines next week to raise funds for the elementary. If you run into a youngster out there struggling with their sales pitch, try not to be too rough on them. Put them to the test though, and then buy a magazine. Walleye Fishing Slow The walleye fishing up at Lake of the Woods was off over the weekend. According to local fishermen, it's been off all season. So, with the fishing being so poor, you might just as well buy a l]ra00h wtth the I]uncld I) Leo Beatld]amp A little late, but Happy New Year to all our readers! We, at the Brush Bunch Gorge Art Gallery, hope that you had a great Christmas and Holiday season. We had our first painting session on Tuesday the 8th of January with ten painters on the job. It was a good feeling to be back. Our Christmas party was the talk of the day. As shown in the featured picture, it must have been fun. Take another guess, it is not a bunch of "mummies". Actually it is a "Flock" of Angels! After visiting for some time among ourselves and our guests we enjoyed our dinner. Each member brought a suggested dish, everyone of which was delicious. Several games were the entertainment for the afternoon. The picture shown was the result of two people attempting to make an angel. Not in the snow but out of "toilet paper." The winner of this was the little Zombi on the far left, Drew Forchen. Following the games the gifts were exchanged with the usual oh's and awe's. The highlight of our monthly meeting was planning and outing as a club. A couple OS suggestions were made and will be talked about at our next meeting. We wish to welcome Brenda Fletcher who joined our club. We look forward to her input to our group. This year we begin our 240th "A Brush with the Bunch" articlewhichbeganin November of 2006. This could not have been accomplished without the cooperation of the local newspapers and all the readers who, over the years, have commented on our group and these articles. I, Leo, tried to pass the job on to someone with a different perspective and ideas but was unsuccessful. So, I guess, you are stuck with me. Some suggestions were the Brush Bunch at work, we'll see where that takes us. God Bless! Flu Shots Continued From Page 1 crew went out and conducted a city wide poll, checking to see who all has received a shot. Okay, I wandered around Kelly's asking those going through the store if they had a flu shot or not. We polled about 10 people from high school to advanced adult in age. Of that number three have not had a flu shot and are not planning on getting one. One is thinking about it but hasn't had it yet and six have had the shot. Of those that have had the shot, four out of six normally get it every year, one got it because their mother made them and as for myself this is my second one since I left the military, way back when I served under George Custer. Custer always thought he was tougher than nails and never got the shot. You can see where that got him. So, call the clinic to arrange for a shot if you want it. 454-3311. "Doing business without advertising is like winking at a girl in the dark. You know what you're doing, but nobody else does." Steuart Henderson Britt So Advertise in the Valley News and Views Hide not your talents. They for use were made. What's a sundial in the shade? -Ben Franklin- tNo bunch of Kelly's sausage and have a sausage fry. Sausage of the Week This week's Sausage of the Week is Kelly's Smoked Cajun with Pepperjack Cheese. If you had read "Ask a Chicken" first, you would have known that. Hey, we're getting closer to February, which means Mardi Gras, which means New Orleans, which means some good Cajun cooking. This week on page 8, Julie Robinson has a great smoked sausage and shrimp jambalaya recipe. Perfect for Kelly's smoked Cajun. If you don't want to mess with homemade pick up a package of Zatarain's New Orleans Style Jambalaya Mix at the store and use the sausage in there.., only $2.39. Saralee Hos The biggest newsmaker for the Bowesmont area is the FLU; the second biggest is the Weather. Between them they have curtailed many of the activities--AKA a "slow news week". Saralee Hoselton had lunch at the homeof Linda Hoselton in Grafton January 9th. Merv and Phyllis Holter visited Mildred Flach on Thursday at Maple View in Grand Forks. Sunday January 13th Saralee Hoselton and Pam Christenson were among the guests at the shower held at the Drayton United Methodist Church for Kallie Lunde, bride to be of Brett Christenson. Phyllis Holter visited A.D. Duncklee on Sunday. Joey Marciniak of Grand Forks Was a Sunday supper guest of Steve and Ellen Marciniak and their guest Marge Thomas. NOTICE DRAYTON AMBULANCE SERVICE IS ACCEPTING DUES FOR 2013. DUES ARE $15 PER FAMILY AND CAN BE MAILED TO: DRAYTON VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE ASSN, PO BOX 238, DRAYTON, ND 58225 Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave. PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701)352-0916 Farmland Sales and Leases Real Estate and Business Planning Estate Planning, Probate and Tax Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota When You Shop Locally, You Help Stimulate Our Local Economy A V * YOur support of local businesses makes it possible for them to grow and expand. YOU help provide jobs for your neighbors and friends. You make it possible for local merchants to offer more products and services. KodaBank 5ervin 9 the communiNt4 ol Omyton & Minto Call Us 701-454-3317 Or Sign Up Today For Online Banking at Member FDIC I Ill l :iii;;/i -- .... : !!::i:!i: ....... ! !iJ:i:i;!i!i!!i!?!!i i ! 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