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Valley News & Views , Page 3 March 1st, 2012 Calendar of 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. BOOKSIE'S BACK AT STORY HOUR Booksie the Clown will be at Pembina County Story Hour for Drayton in February. She will have stories about CIRCUS ANIMALS, CLOWNING AROUND & YOU THINK IT'S FUN TO BE A CLOWN? The flannel graph story will be "Circus Parade" and the craft will be making a clown mask. "Smile for Booksie" at one of these sesssions: February t6th--Drayton Pre School at 9:30AM & I:30PM; Drayton Kindergarten at 10:00AM; February 27th--Abby's Day Care at 9:15AM; Tracy's Day Care at 10:00AM & Drayton 1st Grade at l:45PM. Month of March - Sunday Breakfasts at the Senior Center, Every Sunday for the month 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. On the menu: scrambled ;ggs, pancakes, hash browns, ham or sausage, orange uice and coffee. Free Will Offering will be taken. This is fore entire public!! Thursday March 8th - Burger Night At the Hall from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. No need to cook. Grab a delicious grilled hamburger at the old City Hall. We'll being doing this Thursday nights through March. Proceeds from the night will go toward Drayton Communuity Center Improvements. Support a worth while project and have some good eating too. Friday March 9th 8 p.m. to Saturday March 10th 10 a.m. - Boys Overnight at H.G.]ohnson Community Hall. For all boys grades 1-4. EveningwiU consist of a P] Contest, designing your own match box car and racing it, 3 legged races and more. The evening will end with a movie and a snack. Pancake breakfast for the boys the following morning. ChrisPassa. Chaperone. Call 454-3443 if you're interested in helping. esday March 13th - Public Forum at Drayton School to discuss the effects that demographics might have on the school district and academic and extra- curricular programs, instructional and administrative staffing and other school related issues. The forum will be held in the music room beginning at 6 p.m. St. Thomas Happenings VLt our website at www.stthomasnd.govoffice3.com Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule February 2012 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Transportation In Drayton- Fare $3 Monday, Wednesday, Thursda36 Friday Transportation to Grafton- Fare $6 Monday Through Friday Transportation to Grand Forks - Fare $12 Wednesdays For Reservations Call 454-6586 that he hails from Pembina, has a larger dog named Billie... was taking advantage of our new found snow the other day. He and Billie were out riding on his snow cat. The first ride of the year. The unnamed individual fell off the snow cat twice, blaming each fall on poor Billie. He said it was the first time they had been out this year and Billie was not leaning properly in the turns and thus throwing the sled off balance and the driver into the snow. A Journalist is Born? I had a very nice visit from 4th grader, Abigail McClintic, this afternoon while working on the paper. She told me that each week her and her family gets the paper and she reads almost all of it. She said she likes it so much that February 22nd Saralee Hoselton had lunch at the home of Linda Hoselton in Graflon. Merv and Phyllis Holter went to Willmar Wednesday to visit Craig and Ann Holter and family for a few days. On Friday Janelle Nyegaard of Hallock and Jolene Maggert of Bemidji joined them. That afternoon Merv went to Alexandria where he attended a men's retreat with others from the Hallock Assembly of God. Saturday there was a baby shower for Sammy Grannes and her baby Sophie Marie held at the Craig and Ann Holter home. All returned home she's decided to become a newspaper person. That's probably one of the nicest things I've heard, since taking over this beast. She might have her first shot at newspaper work tomorrow (Wednesday). She told me she would cover the school's Reading Month closing ceremonies if, due to the forecast foul weather, I'm not able to get back from Grafton in time with this week's edition, for the ceremony. New Restaurant Not much to report on the new restaurant. Progress continues as construction crews are focused on installing the vital organs - heating,, cooling, ventilation and the like. Equipment is yet to arrive, but should be fairly soon. that day. Saralee Hoselton had lunch with Mary Hines in Cavalier Thursday. Later that afternoon she visited Marjorie Tully at Wedgewood Manor. Rose Mary Glenn was a Friday supper guest of Saralee Hoselton. February 5th Saralee Hoselton was among those attending the dinner and 72nd Annual Meeting of the North Star Credit Union; it was a regional meeting held at the Cavalier American Legion. Afterwards she visited at the home of Jeff and Lynette Restemayer. 1":3r, uah with the l:Juttck r by Leo I']eauehecmp We, at the Brush Bunch, feel that Our Art Gallery is very unique, We specialize in having a good time while we work in each of our little area and each in our own style. Whether it is in oil, water color, acrylic, beads, leather, visiting or eating which we do a lot of. In the next few weeks I will cover some of the artists at work and show several display areas which are constantly changing. Deirdre Lee is pictured painting on boards of all sizes and shapes with different textures and decorations. Welcome signs, "2012" signs and manv more. You have Thank You.t to see them to appreciate them. Several of these would make great graduation gifts. Her display area is very impressive. Deirdre is the granddaughter of Ethyl Johnstone, a charter member and founder of the Brush Bunch. Deirdre is back with the Bunch filling some free time before her busy season begins at the Sanctuary House, a Bed and Breakfast along with an eatery, The Sanctuary Guest House and Eatery is open from April through December and a busy time for her and her mom Hope Johnson. We enjoy the time Deirdre is spending with us. Stop by and see our display areas and a large gift and card selection The coffee is on. Open House Bridal Shower For Kelsy Ferguson Bride to Be of David Rost Come join us for brunch on Saturday March l Oth At Parkview Meeting Room From 10 a.m. to Noon Registered At Target and Kohl's Bridal Shower Honoring Desirae Stasivige Bride to Be of 6reg Osowski Saturday March 3rd 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Skjeberg Lutheran Church Hosted by Skjeberg WELCA Bride is Registered At Target BOYS OVERNIGHT Friday, March 9 tl at 8pm-Saturday, March 10 at 10 am At the H.G Johnson Community Hall Boys from grades 1-4 If boys younger than 1 t grade are interested in attending they are welcome to come with a parent. $20 fee $10 fee for each additional boy in the family The evening will consist ofa Pd (OflVT, designing your own match box car and racing it, 3  =.aces, & more! The evening will end with a movie and snack. We will be serving a pancake breakfast for the boys and they will need to be picked up by 10am. The current Chaperone is Chris Passa (454-3443). If you are interested in helping, please give him a call. All proceeds will go to the improvements of the H.G. Johnson Community Hall. GRAND OPENING PiP PAIR (FORMERLY CENTRAL AUTO) THURSDAY MARCH #ST 11 P.M. TO 3 P.M. DOOR PRIZES AND LUNCH CALL US FOR ALL YOUR GENERAL REPAIRS FLATBED SERVICE AVAILABLE TODD GOZDAL JASON THOMSON 701-360-0040 701-860-1464 OPEN 7:30 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. J Thank you to all that contributed to the successful effort of winning the Republican en- dorsement for the District 10 Senate seat. I look forward to the continued campaign and your support in the Primary Election. You are truly an important part of our Republic. I hope to meet with you, the voters, over the next several months to build a conversation that will lead to better decisions and better government! -Senator doe' Miller www.votejoemiller.com Stay In Touch! 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