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Oil is the medium used and he's attended the occasional instructor classes we've had over the years. With his contagious enthusiasm Leo has done an incredible job of promoting the Brush Bunch art byweekly submitting news items and photos of the Brush Bunch members, past and present, to all local newspapers. The above picture is of Leo and his huge collection/ series of paintings of many local churches, which has been displayed and enjoyed far and wide. Besides being an accomplished artist, I must add, that for many years Leo had the distinction of being the only male member in the Brush Bunch group-which he enjoyed very, very much. I would like to recognize the Valley News and Views for its support of Amphibians, and other creepy crawling things, world wide. For that reason, you should subscribe to the paper. Thank you. Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule July 2010 No Transportation July 5th, Due to Independence Day Holiday 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 Stella Blawat, Viking, Minnesota, Bernice Laddige, Grand Forks, and Maynard Bieland, Roseau, Minnesota were visitors on Thursday July 15th at Pete and Helen Byzewski's. Paul Byzewski of Fergus Falls, Minnesota was a weekend guest of Pete and Helen Byzewski, taking in the Riverfest activities. July llth Marvin and Clarice Mosolf, Ron and Pearl Schwarz and Susan Mosolf had supper at Red Lobster in Grand Forks to celebrate Susan's birthday. She then went to stay with Jim and Liz Kirkeby. Monday July 12th Ben and Kriss Tucker were afternoon visitors of Richard and Gayle McConnell. That day Marvin and Clarice Mosolf and Ron and Pearl Schwarz spent in Winnepeg.. Tuesday July 13th Gayle McConnell met her sisters Ella Fink of Fremont, CA, and Lorna Holand of Park River for lunch in Grafton. Saralee Hoselton visited Doris Kilichowski Ihesday afternoon. Ron and Pearl Schwarz returned to their Hutchinson, MN home. Phyllis Holter and Mildred Flach had dinner in Grand Forks with Romanzo and Evelyn Duncklee of Emerado. Marvin and Clarice Mosolf attended the Trinity Lutheran picnic at Schumacher Park Wednesday. Gayle McConnell went to the Grand Forks airport to meet her brother Murdy Franks of Akron, Ohio, and brother and sister in law Harold and Marilyn Franks of Dennison, Texas who came Wednesday to spend a week and attend the Franks' family reunion. Saralee Hoselton, Myles and Erica Johnson went to Cavalier Wednesday. They took Lynette Restemayer out for lunch at the Pit Stop. Dan Mapel of Las Vegas came Thursday to spend a week visiting Mike and Judy Stellon. Thursday evening Phyllis Holter attended the play "Bound for Blessing" with John and Janelle Nyegaard and Megan and Curtis and Claudia Nyegaard all of Hallock. On the evening of the 16th Marvin and Clarice Mosolf took Susan Mosolf to the Grand Forks air port to return to her San Diego home. Adam and Catie Hoselton Mack and MickiofRichardton had dinner Friday with Saralee Hoselton and the Johnson children. Later that afternoon Saralee met Mary Ann Sheets-Hanson of Valley City for dessert at the Route 44 Caf6. Cindy Meader, Sam Lingarde, Jessie, Dylan and Gavin Meader, Dalton Meader of Warroad, Shawn and Mary Barta and Skylar of Grand Forks spent the weekend in Fargo. Saturday and Sunday the Franks Family Reunion was held at Kensington Place in Park River. Saturday evening Richard and Gayle McConnell and Richard and Lorna Holand hosted a supper for the group. The two couples also hosted a dinner on Sunday for those attending the reunion. Cousins in the Franks family came from Texas, California, New Jersey, Ohio, Washington, DC, Lancaster, St. Cloud and Thief River Falls, MN, Hatton, Drayton, Grafton and Park River, ND. Saturday Mike and Judy Stellon, Dan Mapel, Ross and Landon Mapel went to Fargo. They attended a reunion of Judy's maternal relatives, the Johnsons; Saralee Hoselton and Myles and Erica Johnson attended the various Riverfest activities. These included the Run/ Walk for the Rock, the Parade, the Supper at the Soddy etc. M aryAnn Thiel and daughter Jenny visited Marvin and Clarice Mosolf Saturday. They went to the Riverfest luncheon, the Supper at the Soddy and other activities. Paul and Amanda Kalka and Joe visited Chester and Donna Kalka Saturday. Merv and Phyllis Holter, Mildred Flach, Andrew and Becky Duncklee attended the Supper at the Soddy July 17th. Saralee Hoselton, Myles and Erica Johnson had lunch with Joyce McFarland, Loren and Pearl McFarland, and CathyWilkerson, at the Route 44 Caf6 on Sunday. Saralee and Myles and Erica took part in the final performance of the play "Bound for Blessing" and the cast party afterwards. Sunday guests of Mike and Judy Stellon and Dan Mapel were Don and Doris Baldock, Jeff, Josh and Gage Baldock all of East Grand Forks, Mike and Veronica Baldock of Colorado Springs, Ross and Landon Mapel. Walhalla Senior Citizen News by Leo Beauchamp The Walhalla Senior Citizens met at the center on Monday July 5th with President Barb Schmidt presiding the monthly meeting. The day began with foot care for 34 patrons given by Staci Metelmann and Kelli Vivatson Barb and Pat were volunteers. Seventeen seniors enjoyed a pot luck dinner which was set up by group # two. Reports were read by Janet Hughes and approved. A motion was made to paint the meeting room and kitchen sometime in August with a possibility of putting up some wainscotings. Motion carried. Plans are in motion for a recognition of some local volunteers. On Monday the 12th our center was used for the local blood drive under the leadership of Lorraine Beauchamp with the help of Kathy Narum. On Thursday the 15th is Birthday Dinner at the J&E Cafe. Fun Night will be held on the 19th and the County Council Meeting in Cavalier is on the 27th at 2PM. The afternoon was spent playing cards. Which we do most every afternoon from 2-5 when coffee and goodies are served. Foot care for August will be on the 7th with Pat, Barb and Lenore helping. Group #1 will be in charge of set up. Attorney at Law 910 Hill Ave. PO Box 70 Grafton ND 58237 (701)352-0916 Farmland Sales and Leases Real Estate and Business I~lanning Estate Planning, Probate and Tax Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota Janeen Kliniske and Wyatt Russell, Mayville, ND, are happy to announce their .engagement and upcoming wedding. Their parents are David and Sally Kliniske, Drayton, ND, and Scott and Tracy Russell, New Plymouth, ID. Janeen graduated in 2007 from Drayton High School and currently attends Mayville State University pursuing a degree in Fitness and Wellness. She is employed at the Luther Memorial Home in Mayville and is an instructor at the Mayville branch of Championship Tae Kwon Do Wyatt graduated in 2007 from New Plymouth High School and currently attends Mayville State University pursuing a biology degree. He works at the Pizza Shop in Mayville. Janeen and Wyatt will be married July 31, 2010, at RainbowGardens in Mayville, ND, with a reception and dance to follow at the Mayville Armory Taking care of all of you. Altru Clinic - Drayton is devoted to serving our community. With access to a variety of services and specialties, we're able to get you the care you need. Call us, (701)454-3311. Altru Clinic - Drayton 1003 N. Main Drayton, ND