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Valley News & Views Page 3 June 10, 2010 Calendar of Even ts The Rock Schedule - Bekah Mapel, Director Mondays - Grades 7-12 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday 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 The First Sunday of Every Month at the Sugar Bowl Senior Tuesday, June 1 - Friday June 4 - Vacation Bible School. Planet Zoom. School runs form 6 p.m. to 8:20 p.m. Sponsored by area churches. No charge. There will be a short program for the public at 8 p.m. Friday, June 4. Saturday June 19th - 14th Annual Cavalier Motorc;cle Ride-In,"Little Sturgis of the North" Fun run and registration starts 10 a.m. All motorcycles welcome. $200 cash drawing at 1:30 p.m., must be present to win. Free Street Dance in NAPA parking lot begins at 8 p.m. 2010 Harley Davidson 1200 Sportster drawing at 6 p.m. Biker Church Service Sunday at 8:30 a.m. in the city park. Free and open to everyone young and old. Questions/Registration call Nancy 701-265-4559 or email her at jenson@polarcomm.com. Visit website at www. cavaliermotorcyleridein.com St. Thomas Happenings Saturda3g June 18th -19th - St. Thomas Daze Events include St. Jude's Bike-A-Thon beginning at 3:30 p.m. on Friday. Grill your own steak at Matty's on Friday and then dance to "8th Hour" beginning at 9:30 p.m. Catch the parade beginning at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. Entries are needed. Outdoor volleyball and horshoe tournaments. Kids activities to include; super slide, sumo wrestling, dunking machine, bouncing room, pop toss, quarters in the hay and much more. Pork chop feed at the fire hall beginning at 5 p.m. on Saturday. Garnett home tour. Street Dance that evening featuring "24 Seven Live" in front of Mattys with Karoake at the Legion. Visit our website at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/gt. Thomas, North Dakota 2nd Annual Fun Run/Walk for the Rock Planed During Riverfest Plans are being made for Saturday, July 17, 2010 for the 2nd Annual Fun Run/Walk for the Rock in Drayton, ND. Registration will be from 7:30 - 8:00 AM at the Drayton School and the Run/Walk will .begin at 8:30. Pre-registration fee (by July 7th) is $20 and guarantees a t-shirt size. Registration after July 7th is $25. 2K registration for kids 12 & under is $10. The start and finish line will be at the Drayton Public School and a map of the course will be available at the registration table on the day of the race. Divisions for the 5K will be 19 & under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69 & 70 & over. Division for 2K will be 12 & under and 13 & older. Ribbons will be awarded for the top three finishers in each age category for both male and female. Medals will be awarded for overall race winners: 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Ribbons will be awarded for all 12 and under 2K participants. Refreshments will be available to all participants after the race. "The Rock" is an outreach of Christian Youth Ministries that reaches out to youth in grades 7-12. The mission of the Rock is to provide a safe place for youth to hangout study, grow in faith and find Christian support and community. All proceeds from the Run/Walk will go to "The Rock". To receive a registration form contact Marie Anderson, PO Box 383, Drayton, ND 58225 Icelandic Park Presents Saturday Night at the Hall, June 12th Cotton Wood, a bluegrass band from the Washburn/ Center area of North Dakota will be performing Saturday, June 12, 2010 at Icelandic State Park. Dinner will be served outside under event tents at 6 p.m. with a concert inside the Historic Akra Hall beginning at about 7:30 p.m. Individuals and small ensembles of Cotton Wood band members will take turns providing dinner music outside prior to the concert. Cotton Wood will perform 2 sets of music at the concert inside the Hall as soon as Continued on Page 5 Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule June 2010 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 For Reservations - Call 454-6586 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cox from St. Thomas and Emma Bernett of Walhall visited with Dorothy Hoselton, on Wenesday. Tricia Fauteck spent Saturday with Dorothy and they had supper with Barb and Margery Steenerson. Nancy Ugarte of Palm Bay, Florida spent the last First Helm-Schumacher Cousins Reunion Held June 5th The first Helm- Schumacher Cousins' Reunion was held on Saturday, June 5, 2010 at the Drayton Senior Citizens' Center. Ken Schurnacher of Gread Bend, KS, initiated the event. Those in attendance from out of town were: Duane Helm, Bloomington, MN; Gerald and Arlys Ohe, Marlys and Ray Long, Moorhead, MN; Ronald and Pearl Schwarz, Hutchinson, MN; Doris Jensen, Jean Peppard, James and Ruth Mattson, Irne Anderson, Dorothy Nelson, Corine Ne]son, Ray and Lue LeClerc, Grand Forks, ND: Kenneth and Barbara Schumacher, Gread Bend, KS; LeAnn Kurtz, Sioux City, IA; Daryl Schumacher, Crookston, MN: Phillip and three weeks with her mom, Rose Mary Glenn and other relatives, returning home on Saturday. Becky Humble and Dorothy Hoselton had supper with Spencer Dobson at his new apartment in East Grand Forks on Sunday night. Mavis Cronk, Nampa, ID; Ronald LeClerc, Bismarck, ND: Donald Schumacher and Gerald Schumacher, Grafton, ND; John and Sharon Carlson, Warren, MN; Gerald LeClerc and Beverly Schmidt, Devils Lake. ND. Drayton attendees were: Charles and Arlene Schuster, John and Joan Schumacher, Russellland Sue Schumacher, Douglas and Kathlyn Rath, Shirley Kowalski, Cindy Johnson and Marvin and Clarice Mosolf. Everyone who attended this event has had some connection with fond memories of the Drayton area. This group collected money to be donated to the Schumacher Park Swimming Pool Fund. May 28th Mike and Judy Stellon and Landon Mapel attended the graduation ceremony for Josh Baldock held in Crookston. Mike and Judy Stellon attended Ethan Kaste's graduation and reception in Grafton May 30th. The Adam and Catie Hoselton family, the Geoff and Hope Hoselton family, Saralee Hoselton, Dean and Joanne Young, Richard and Gayle McConnell were among those attending the Memorial Day Service and potluck dinner at Tisdale Manor May 31st. The Geoff and Hope Hoselton family returned to Fargo later that day while Adam and Catie, Mack, Micki and Saralee, as well as Ken  and Liz Linster, were guests of Matt and Abby Linster for supper that evening. Adam and Catie Hoselton returned to their Richardton home June 1st after spending the Memorial Day weekend with Saralee Hoselton. Their children Mack and Micki remained with Saralee for several days. Phil and Mavis Cronk of Napa, Idaho, spent Tuesday June 1st with Marvin and Clarice Mosolf. Frank and Patty Andreen David and Joseph of Hawley, MN, were afternoon visitors and lunch guests of Marjorie Tully on Tuesday. Wednesday afternoon Gayle McConnell visited Robin Brosseau. Merv and Phyllis Holter, Mildred Flach, A. D. Duncklee and Romanzo and Evelyn Duncklee of Emerado had dinner together June 2nd at the Sugar Bowl Senior Citizen's Center. On Thursday Steve and Ellen Marciniak visited Mylo and Ruby Dybehal in Karlstad. Other visitors included Cliff and Ruth Green, and Pat and Marie Hildenbrand. Carl and Judy Pokrzywinski of Las Vegas and their granddaughter Aleah Pokrzywinski visited Thursday and Friday with Dennis and Genafay Pokrzywinski and boys. Then Carl and Judy visited David and Polly Pokrzywinski and Danny and Virginia Pokrzywinski while Dennis and Genafay and family went to Fargo on Friday. They attended the Fargo Pepsi Cup Hockey Tournament in which Tyber participated as a member of the "99 Red River Mud Sharks". They stayed with Doug and Carol Born and were joined by Carl and Judy and Meah on Saturday. On Sunday the group celebrated Judy's 69th birthday; they were joined by Brenda Landowski, Mark Staskivige, Marcus and Jeffery Landowski. Dennis, Genafay and boys returned home on Sunday, while Carl and Judy and Aleah flew back home on Monday. Merv and Phyllis Holter went to Wilmar, MN, Thursday June 3rd to meet Continued on Page 5 ! 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