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Valley News & Views Page 3 August 4th, 2011 Calendar of Even ts aintenance Clinic(Foot Care) 4th Monday of each month from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Saturday August 6th - Drayton City Wide Rummage SaIe. Starts at 9 a.m. Registration Fee $7.00 Fee cover adveing costs, signs, flyers, local newspaper Pre registe fo a free  Contact: Ta(AdvoCate) 701, Z56 6204 - Drayton'00 maod [ mament. Goto Area Adults 50 and Over Invited to UND's Usher Lifelong Learning Institute Open House Adults 50 and better invited to Open House with Social and Course Preview for OLLI@UND Area adults over 50 are invited to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The University of North Dakota (OLLI@UND) Open House with Social and Course Preview. The event will be held Tuesday, August 16, in Grand Forks and is sponsored by Hugo's Family Marketplace. OLLI@UND will host the open house from 4 to 6 p.m. at Sharon Lutheran Church, 1720 20th St. S, Grand Forks. Attendees will have the opportunity to visit with other OLLI members, preview upcoming courses and meet the instructors. Fall classes will begin September 6. Opportunities include courses in classical music, choral singing, creating a digital memoir, storytelling, West African culture, self-defense training (IMPACT), entertainment law and more. Programs are purely for enjoyment without tests, grades or need for prior college experience. OLLI@UND is a membership organization for those 50 and better wanting to experience cultural and social growth through learning and sharing ideas, opinions, and talents. OLLI@UND currently has more than 600 members. For information, call 701.777.3000. For a complete list of fall 2011 courses, instructor profiles and events, visit the Web at ulled up stakes and moved ack, or are at least in the rocess of returning to her ome town. She has a lot of good ideas that she'd like to implement in the future, including some organized classes. She knows her stuff and should do okay. We'll do a complete story in the near future, when she's ready to open her doors. Visitors and luncheon guests of Pete and Helen Byzewski on Tuesday July 26th were Louise Arrenault, Tony Raffle and Michael Passa of Gainsville Florida. Daine Petrucci of Providence Rhode Island, and ]oyce Rudd of Thompson, North Dakota were visitors and supper guests that day, of Ted and Lucielle Passa. Hobbits Discovered in the Drayton Park? Boyd Wilson Wins National APIC Award Boyd Wilson, System Director of Infection Prevention and Control, has been awared with the Nation APIC (Association for Professionals in INfection Control and Epidemiology, Inc) Chapter Leader Award. Wilson also won the APIC Minnesota Chapter award in December 2010. According to the APIC Nominations and Awards Committee, this award is given to members of local AOIC chapters who have provided outstanding servie by serving as an officer, serving as a mentor, or participating in community activities. Wilson received this national award on June 27 during AOIC's annual awards ceremony at their annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland. As a Chapter Leader, Wilson is active in the community as well as in the work place. In the community, he is currenlty a consultant for public health and for the State of Minnesota. He is on the Minnesota Commissioner of Health, Minnesota Department of Health task forces, Minnesota Hospital Association infection control advisory committee and on a scientific advisory board. Wilson has been an APIC member for 15 years. In addition to holding Chapter officer roles, he has been a speaker at fall conferences, on the newsletter committee, on the nominationg committee, on the education committee and on the bylaws committee, as well as having served as Chapter SEcretary and Chapter President (including president elect and past president). Boyd is the son of Veronica and AI Wilson of Baudette, Minnesota. Boyd, his wife Jill and daughters Meghan and LIndsay reside in Lino Lakes, Minnesota. I thought I had discovered Hobbits in the park the other day (above picture) but it was really the Ottertail Power crew fixing an underground electric cable that had gone bad, causing a power loss on the east side of town for several hours, Sunday evening. Drayton's Ottertail Power guy, Marlin Mattern, pictured above left, said that a tricky breaker switch sent them on a wild goose chase, making it hard to find where the fault had occurred. The breaker had thrown, but the switch did not look as though it had thrown. Once it was discovered that the breaker had actually been flipped, they were able to quickly reroute power to the east side of town. Monday they dug down to the burned cable, which normally channels, I believe I was told 7200 volts, and spliced it back together. Open House Bridal Shower For Holly Feldman Future Bride of Matthew Phillips Sunday August ! 4th - 2:00 p.m. Pembina Methodist Church - Pembina, ND (Registered at Mike's Hardware in Pembina, Target, J.C. Penney and Bed, Bath and Beyond) Holly is the granddaughter of Butch and Jean Kasprowicz NOTICE Drayton Township Regular Monthly Meeting Tuesday August 9th, 2011 8:00 a.m. Drayton Sugar Bowl Senior Center Marvin and Clarice Mosolf left July 21 st accompanied by Tom Schuster and Nicholas Tuttle for Savage, MN, where they visited Heather McGraw and family. They also visited the Todd Vollmers family in Shakopee. On the 24th they went to a Minnesota Twins' game; Run and Pearl Schwarz of Hutchison also were visitors and went to the game. Matthew Schwarz and family of Bloomington also visited several times before the Mosolfs, Tom and Nicholas returned home on the 25th. On July 27th Richard McConnell went to Warren where he played in the parade as a member of the Second Wind Band. On Thursday Phyllis Holter and Mildred Flach visited Romanzo and Evelyn Duncklee at their Emerado home. That day Saralee Hoselton visited Linda Hoselton in Graflon. home from Altru that day. As part of the August the Deuce celebration in Mountain Marjorie Tully was among those who watched the parade Saturday. That day Richard and Gayle McConnell were in Mountain at the home of George and Sandra (Mathiason) Wright to take in the August the Deuce activities and enjoy the annual pot luck dinner that the Mathiason cousins share. Sunday afternoon Judy Stellon visited Nancy Billings. Then Judy picked up Landon Mapel of Mayville, Gage Baldock of East Grand Forks and Veronica Baldock of Colorado Springs and took them to her Warroad lake home. Among those at the Upper Red River Valley United Methodist "Church in the Park" services and picnic held Sunday at Schumacher Part were Richard and Gayle McConnell, Dean Young and Daily Lunch Specials for August 8 - August Monday: Hot Beef Tuesday: Phillies Wednesday: Turkey Day thursday: Baked Chicken Friday: Burger Baskets Try Our New !/3 Ib 44-Burger !/3 Ib beef, Pepperiack Cheese, Fried Onion, 44 Sauce, IIIBQ Sauce, Bacon Open M0nday-Thursday 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays 7 a.rn. to 4 p.m. Sundays 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dine In or Take Out 701-454-6111 The funeral for Lois Ososki Saralee Hoselton. Valley News and Views held Friday at St. Edward's Joe and Doris Kilichowski Catholic Church was went to Fargo Tuesday where Winner of the 2010 himaFs Republic Pullet Egg Prize for attended by many friends he had appointment at Excellence In Journalism and Marginal Lawn Care. " , and relatives including Steve Sanford Health Center. bscr,be Today. See Page 9. and Ellen Marciniak and Saralee Hoselton. : ......... .......  ,: ................. $ Paul and Yvonne Kalka ...... , .......... .......... of Grand Forks brought  th.mks She Chester Kalka home from b g deal, Altru on Friday. Cheryl Berg of Moorhead also visited Kalkasthat day. but we have the Ross and Cecelia Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule july 2011 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 Landowski visited Steve and Ellen Marciniak on July 29th. That afternoon Ellen visited Ruby Dybedal and Ruth Greene at Karlstad. Friday evening Lisa Jackson of West St. Paul and Geoff Hoselton and children of Fargo arrived at the home of Saralee Hoselton to spend the weekend. Saturday evening Geoff, Chris, ]on, Dylan and Grace returned home. Sunday morning Lisa took Dakotah, Faith and Sami to Fargo on her way to the Twin Cities. Kriss Tucker had lunch the Richard and Gayle McConnell on Friday. 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