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Page 4 June 27th, 2013 ....... ~ i~ii~o, iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i,~; Valley News and Views 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 and Malice) Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m, Cook's Choice At Story Hour StoryLady says she is cooking up "some of my favorRe she ~ read stories such BLACK SPOTS GALLOP, The flannel graph story will be "Traffic/am", and the will be umbrella puppets. lust because it's tim, we will play the kitchen band instruments. Take achance atone oftheses sessions: May 10::00AM & Drayton 1st Grade at 12:30PM. where the 1st horse "plops" during the 4th of July Parade in Park River. You could win $1,000, 300 or $200 CASH! Tickets sold at many !uly 8th - The Pembina County Historic Preservation at 7:00 p.m. Community Center, At 7:30 p.m. Steve Martens, Architect and Associate Professor /Architectural Historian at North Dakota the oldest Icelandic Church in Nob America. The meeting is open to the public and ne is encouraged to attend individual requiring spedal advise us of their needs by contacting the Red River Regional Council at 701-352-3550 or e-mail ldunde@ July 14th - Annual Church Service at storic Bowesmont Church - 11:3o a.m, followed the Annual Picnic at Mike and ludy Stellon's. ne is welcome, July Anhual Restaurant in Drayton, ND beginning at 6:30pm. Honored will be the Classes of 2013 and 1963; all alumm and their guests are invited. If you can't find a sitter, please b your youngsters along. Cost is $13.00 plus alumm dues includes dessert and beverage.. For more information, call Barbie Steenerson, '87 at 701-520-0913. July 18,19 and 20 include Car Show, Rib Cooking Contest, Parade, Fireworks and much more. We'll have more information for you next week. Got an Event?. Know of An Event? Let Us Know So We it or email it in. email Pembina Cotmty Public Transportation Schedule Dr. Catherine Hengel Borud Dr. Jana Riley-Kraulik *Chiropractic Care *Massage *Graston *Custom Foot Orthotics *Traction and Other Therapies *Nutrition/Weight I,oss july 2013 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Tmnspdation In Drayton- Fare $3 Monday, Wednesda3 Thursda) Friday Transportation to Grafton - Fare $6 Sausage of the Week Continued From Page 1 However, this week I must deviate once again, not for one of his homemade delights, but for an Oscar Meyer hotdog. Kelly's got some new ones. Oscar Meyer Bacon hotdogs. Not a lot of bacon mind you, but enough to give the dogs a nice smoky taste, with just the right hint of bacon. The first time he stocked them, they sold out that day, before I even had a chance to try them. He's got more in now, I own some, but if you hurry, you can get some for yourself. Alumni Banquet July 19th Drayton, ND - Drayton Alumni Association's annum alumni banquet is scheduled Because Noah didn't offer display and the animated ;Owesmont i i!i :ii:i by Saralee Hoselton his ark. Saralee Hoselton's planned European river cruise did not happen due to flooding. She drove to St. Paul May 30th to visit Lisa and Marina Jackson. The next day Saralee and Lisa went to the movie "The Great Gatsby". On June 2nd Saralee flew to Fredrick, MD, where she visited her niece Kathy Lamott. While in the DC area Kathy and Saralee toured Mt. Vernon. the Lincoln and World War II Memorials and Arlington Cemetery. On June 6th they went to the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia to visit the 'Tkll America on Parade" float windows attraction. Visitors that Friday night were Damon and ]ennifer Dye, Austin and Ethan. On Sunday Kathy and Saralee went to St. Micheals, MD, where they spent the night at the Hambleton Inn. They took a Patriot River Cruise on the Miles River and toured the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. They returned to Fredrick ]une 10th; that evening Saralee took Kathy Lamott. Rob and len Lamott and Katie out for dinner at Ruby Tuesdays. Saralee flew back to St. Paul the next day where she spent a few more days again IJr t h with the FJ tach! I)x? Lee tWaucl]aml) be a published artist some day. Our field trip to Mayville was very successful and a fun time, very worth the time. Our next outingisagarden luncheon at the home of Brush Bunch member Brenda Fletcher. Look for some Brush Bunch art for Friday, July 19 at Hastings Landing Restaurant in Drayton, ND beginning at 6:30 pm. Honored will be the Classes of 2013 and 1963; all alumni and their guests are invited. If you can't find a sitter, please bring your youngsters along. Cost is $13.00 plus alumni dues includes dessert and beverage. For more information, call Barbie Steenerson, '87 at 701-520- 0913. Lloyd Omdahl Continued From Page 3 What will be the consequences? If history is any indication, this low rating will not translate into political action and most of the actors producing this low rating will be back for another act. And the nation will struggle through. We made it through the Civil War, didn't we? visiting Lisa and Marina Jackson and Rachel Jackson of St. Cloud who was also a visitor. On June 12th Lisa and Saralee visited Pastor Nancy and Doug Holden in River Falls, WI. Saralee and Lisa attended the play "War Horse" at the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis on June 14th and the movie "Now You See Me" on the 16th. The next day Saralee returned to Drayton. Dean Young was a coffee guest of Richard and Gayle McConnell lune 10th. The following morning Gayle McConnell visited Robin Brosseau. On June 12th Richard and Gayle McConneU met a group of Retired Professors and their wives for lunch at Culver's in Grand Forks. On Saturday June 15th Richard and Gayle McConnell went to St. Thomas Daze with Ben and Kriss Tucker and stayed for the pork chop supper put on by the fire department. On Father's Day Marvin and Clarice Mosolf went to Eagle Crest Restaurant in Grand Forks with Jim and Liz Kirkeby Amanda and Noah. That day Richard and Gayle McConnell met Ben and Kriss Tucker, Kelly and Ella McWilliams and Ryan, Marcus and Mandy Tucker at Pizza Hut in Grafton. On Thursday June 20th Tom and Marge Thomas returned to their Douglas, GA, home after having spent several weeks visiting Steve and Ellen Marciniak. That day Merv and Phyllis Holter went to Bemidji to visit the Derk and ]olene Maggert family and they returned Sunday night. While they were there they celebrated Natalie Maggert's and Merv's birthdays. Gayle McConnell spent Friday with Kriss Tucker in St. Thomas. Sunday Richard and Gayle McConnell met Mike and Rachel Wittrock and Ava of Fargo at Red Lobster in Grand Forks to celebrate Ava's 6th birthday. She returned home with Richard and Gayle for a week's visit. Greg, Shari and Leilana Kalka visited Chester and Donna Kalka ]une 23rd. MONDAY - FRIDAY 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. effective July 1, 2013 work at "Hattie's [ ' D.ew,.e ,o e,"at ro t , I "oldest" of our young Fire and at the Art at the [ assistance by phone ~~ ] members having joined the Library" during the Langdon [ 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. I Brush Bunch in 2011. I had 125th Celebration in July. ~ ,~ ~~~ taken a picture of Drew at The art exhibit is open at , ,~ work in the gallery, but the the Historic Cavalier County dog ate my homework. So Library from July 3-6. An I may have to call this one Artist reception is planned Drew with his art work. for Wednesday July 3rd from Taken at our art show #42. A very talented young man who loves to do portraits. He is presently working on a comic strip. I predict he will 5:30 until 7:30. Be sure to visit these two exhibits of our work. Until next time, God Bless! 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 ~Ihx Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota JOB OPENING VETERAN'S SERVICE OFRCER The Pembina County Board of Commissioners is currently accepting applications for a full-time County Veteran's Service Officer. Responsibilities will include assisting all veterans and/or family members in making claims for benefits to the Veterans Administration; counseling veterans on their needs or making referrals; making house calls on shut-ins when required; managing the county Veteran's Service office and all records and files. Applications and a copy of the job descri ption can be obtained on the county website at www. pembinacountynd. gov/hr or from the County Auditor's Office. Please submit completed application and resume to Pembina County Auditor, 301 Dakota St. W, Cavalier, ND 58220. Application deadline is June 24th, 2013. EOE Nutrition/ ,B'~eri~n Weight Loss ~%~:~ .... Protocol Office Locations: Drayton 701-454-3555 10A E Hwy 66, Suite 4 909 N. Main Street Drayton Specials Beginning In June - Broasted Chicken Night - Walleye Night - Prime Rib Night Next to Xlrenence F ness and Drayton Eye Clinic t * Monday Through Friday .... Custom Foot ~ K " " -- 218 436 4264 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Transportation to Grand Forks- Fare $12 arlstaa - - .o,.oo._,,w _ Wednesdays K ttson Memoriat Ctinic Building of Kadstad For Reservations Call 454-6586 Supplemen,s l 'oe Oro, ,o Provider I Lunch Specials Daily cases AcceptedI Call for the Day's Special Eke) Valley News and Views [ anded Drayton Hours [ 701454-3425 Periodical postage paid at Roberta Van Camp, Publisher I =NOW 0pen Tuesday ]".rough Friday - I op,. Tuesdm/-$alurday ilroln 6:00 ll.m. tO 8:00 p.m. Drayton N.D. 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