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Valley News and Views Page 3 May 30th, 2013 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. Cook's Choice At Story Hour Story Lady says she is cooking up "some of my favorite things--no food involved". For May Story Hour in Drayton she read stories such as MRS MILLIE IS SILLY, 600 BLACK SPOTS AND GALLOP. The flannel graph story will be " affic Iam", and the craft be umbrella puppets. ]une 3rd Summer United Blood 9718. activities scheduled June 14th and 16th. Lot's of fun, day and night. by Saralee May 13 Gayle McConnell went to Fargo and stayed with the Mike and RachelWittrock family. The next day they attended the Kindergarten Graduation Ceremonies for Ava Wittrock. Sarale Hoselton drove to Fargo May 13th where she spent the night at the Geoff and Hope Hoselton home. That evening Geoffand Hope took Virginia Fabela and Saralee out for supper at the Osaka Hibachi Restaurant. The next day Saralee drove to rural Audubon, IA, where she spent the next few days at the Joe and Tern Johnson home. That evening they attended the Concert of Choirs, held at the Audubon High School Auditorium in which Myles and Erica both sang. The following evening Tern, Saralee and Myles attended Erica's Baccalaureate Services with her; they were also at the Auditorium. May 17" was Enica's graduation reception in Audubon. Lisa and Marina Jackson of St. Paul joined the family for the party. Part of the group stayed at Joe and Tern's camper in the local park. Marina, Lisa and Saralee stayed at a motel in Atlantic for the next 3 nights. The next evening was Class Night which Saralee, Tern, Marina and Lisa attended with Erica. Later that evening Geoff and Hope Hoselton, Dakotah, Sami, Grace and Dylan arrived. The next day the Geoff and Hope Hoselton family, Lisa and Marina Jackson, Joe, Tern and Myles Johnson and Saralee Hoselton all attended the Audubon High School graduation at the school gymnasium where Erica received her diploma. Geoff, Hope and children returned home that evening. Saralee, Lisa and Marina returned to their respective homes on Monday. Tom and Marge Thomas of Douglas, GA, arrived May 151h to spend some time at The Ox Cart is Rolling-May 2013 Family History - Do you have your family history written down? Would you like to share it with the historical society? We have several genealogy books at the museum and have a database of Drayton of over 200,000 names with their birth and death dates on our computer. Sure would like to include your family too! Riverfest Plans are underway for our annual Supper at the Soddy to be held on Saturday, July 20. We always welcome your participation in this fun event. The menu will again include homemade stew and all the trimmings that your great grandmother would have served to her family. Be sure to put that on your calendar. Lauraine Snelling - Also, over Riverfest week, there will be a Writers' Workshop on Thursday by Lauraine Snelling. "Coffee with Ingeborg" will be Friday at the city hall at 1:30; we will be taking reservations soon. There will be gifts for all that attend. Watch for the advertising on these events. Lauraine's books are available through the historical society and will be available that weekend so you may get your copy signed. Keep this in mind when you are planning your summer - Drayton Riverfest July 18-21 - it is the one time in the year when Draytonites come back home to enjoy the community. Highlights include the car show, writers' workshop, parade, food and more food, fireworks, activities of the kids; and the fishing tournament. City Hall - As many of you know, we have been working on this historic building for quite some time now. The next project is the kitchen area, then the basement. We have another BIG thank you going out to Dan Rudnick for his work of installing the telephone line on the wheelchair lift. When you are on the lift and there is a problem, you just pick up the phone and call someone. Our community is better because of the generosity of citizens to help with projects such as this. We are getting the museum ready for our many visitors. Besides housecleaning, there are some other projects on the agenda for this spring - some painting, cleaning, and roof repair. The museum grounds are in the center of the Steve and Ellen Marciniak home. May 18th Marvin and Clarice Mosolf attended the Senior Solo Recital of Ryan Schuster which was held at the Josephine Campbell Recital Hall on the UND campus. Later that afternoon they went to his high school graduation reception held at the Alerus Center. Steve Marciniak spent from May 20th through May 23 at the Altru in Grand Forks. Saralee Hoselton visited Linda Hoselton in Grafton the afternoon of May 22nd That evening she met Carol Lange of Platteville, WI, at Perkins in Grand Forks for supper. Saralee then briefly visited Mary Hines at Altru Hospital. On that day Richard and Gayle Mcconnell flew to Boise to attend the high school graduation of Emily McConnell, daughter of Richard and Sharon. They returned home the 26th May 23rd Saralee Hoselton met Ardis Haaland at the Lone Star Steak House in Fargo where they belatedly celebrated their April birthdays. That evening Saralee visited at the Geoff and Hope Hoselton home and attended the Spring Orchestra Concert at Carl Ben Eielson School in which Dakotah performed. After Steve Marciniak returned home, visitors included Brad and Ellen Nelson, Ross and Cecelia Landowski, Ruby Dybedal and Ruth Green. Ron and Pearl Schwarz of Hutchinson, MN, arrived at the Marvin and Clarice Mosolf home May 24th. The Continued on Page 6 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 Mi nnesota Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule Dr. Catherine Hengel Borud Dr. Jana Riley-Kraulik *Chiropractic Care *Massage *Graston *Custom Foot Orthotics *Traction and Other Therapies *Nutrition/Weight Loss May 2013 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Transportation In Drayton- Fare $3 Monda3 Wednesda3 Thursda3 Friday Transportation to Grafton- Fare $6 Monday Through Friday Transportation to Grand Forks - Fare $12 Wednesdays For Reservations Call 454-6586 ......... Nutrition/ B eri n ,.~ ,~ Weight Loss ....... Protocol Custom Foot Orthotics Office Locations: Drayton -454-3555 104 E H~y 68, Suite 4 Next to Xperience Fitness and Drayton Eye Clinic Karlstad 218-4a6-4264 205 Roosevelt W Kltson MemonN ClnJc Building of Kar~stad Supplements Blue Cross In Network Provider Workers Comp/Auto Cases Accepted Expanded Drayton Hours Valley News and Views NOW Open Tuesday Through Friday Periodical postage paid at Roberta Van Camp, Publisher Also Monday's By Appointment Drayton N.D. Permit (#679-990). Emeritus Member of the.North. Dakota Published By Great Caesar's r~ewspaper/~ssoc=auon. Ghost Official newspaper for the City of Larry Ritzo, Owner/Editor Drayton and Drayton Public School . . ........ Yearly Subscript,on rates: ummct _ ,-. , .-. . Published every Thursday at $30.00 In ~-emDina bounty Drayton North Dakota $35.00 All other addresses ' " $.75 at News Stands POSTMASTER: Send address Phone 701 360 3005 changes to" Valley News and Views - - , Fax 701-454-6333 PO Box 309, Drayton, N.D. 58225- . ......... 0309. mt mazertat, ~nctuomg photographs, advertisements and Valley News and Views welcomes articles, subject to Copyright. letters to the editor. All letters must Copyright 2009. be signed and we reserve the right to edit all letters for length and accuracy of content. town, and we want it ready for your family to visit as well as the many visitors that visit Drayton. The PK and 4th grade students made their annual visit last week with instructors Jamie Rarick and Linda Johnston. If you would like to assist with the upkeep of the museum and other buildings, let us know. For more information on Ox Cart Trails Historical Society's programs and activities, please contact Marlys Boll, 701-454-6103 or emailpresident@oxcarttrails. net. 13th Annual Rod and Reel Rally Catfish Tournament Just Around the Comer Pictured above is Mike Kostczewski, last year's Rod and Reel Rally winner. DRAYTON, ND - Drayton's 13th annual Rod & Reel Rally Catfishing Tournament will be held Sunday July 21, 2013, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Hastings Landing Recreation Area, downtown Drayton, ND. Cash prizes will be paid for the six largest catfish, largest slot fish, and a special $30,000 prize will be awarded to the angler who ends the tournament holding a new North Dakota record channel catfish. Minimum 2 paid registrations per boat, but each boat may carry as many anglers as it can legally hold. Early entry fee is $40 (by June 15) and regular entry fee is $50. Entry forms are available at Red River Bait Shop 701-454-6184 and KXPO Radio in Grafton, ND (352-0431); for information call the resort, or email Visit to download entry forms. Sponsored by Drayton Community Chamber of Commerce and KXPO Radio 1340 AM. We Buy Scrap Metal, Appliances, Cars, Machinery, Etc. Call US! 701-360-1464 604 N. Main Street - Drayton Have some extra scrap metals in the garage or home you'd like to lose? Drop them off in our scrap containers to the rear of our shop. 909 N. 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