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Valley News & Views Page 3 September 15th, 2011 CaJ00en 00lar 01; Even ts Noon Potluck - The First Sunday of Every Month at the Sugar Bowl Senior Center. Everyone welcomel Bone Builder Exercise Class - Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays inning 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. SCHOOL'S IN--AT STORY HOUR, TOO It's time for Story Lady to go back to school with stories about MY NASTY BACK PACK & DON'T BE SILLY MRS. MILLIE. Some surprising people will be going there, t+ , like MR PRESIDENT GOES TO SCHOOL & SKIPPY]ON ]ONES CLASS ACTION. The flannelgraph story will be "A New School Year" and we will write our own story about computer class. School will be a snap at anr of these locations: Sept. 12th-10:00AM at Tracy's Day Care and l:45PM at Drayton Ist Grade; SepL 19th-9:lSAM at Abbey's Day Care; Sept 22nd--9:30AM & I:15PM at Drayton PreSchool and 10:00AM at Drayton Kindergarten. aurday September 17th - Drayton's Annual Rod Reel Rally Catfishing TourfiamenL Go to www. for registration forms and full details. Sunday September 18th- DHS coronation 6:30 p.nx at the Drayton School Sunday eptember 18th - St. Timothy's Catholic Church Am mad Fall Dinner, Manvel, ND. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Serving Turkey, Dressin Potatoes, Gravy, erries, Carrots, APolish Sausage, Sauerkraut, Cleslaw, Buns, Kolaches and Dessert - All Homemade. St. Thomas Happenings Thursday September 15th - Parents' Night and Volleyball 4.p.m at the St. Thomas School Bonfire will follow. trmav evtember 16th - Homecoming Paxade and Coronation Sunday 5evtember 18th - St. Thomas Catholic Church  2 p.m. Country store ld Monday September 26th - Re Visit our website at ww om ALL MATERIAL - ALL LABOR - ALL CONCRETE I JR CONSTRUCTION Tele 218-639-0732 LIC. # 20270437 Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule September 2011 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Transportation In Drayton Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Fare $3.00 Transportation to Graflon Monday Through Friday Fare $6.00 Transportation to Grand Forks Wednesdays Fare $12.00 For Reservations - Call 454-6586 Valley News and Views Periodical postage paid at Drayton N.D. Permit (#679-990). Member of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. Official newspaper for the City of Drayton and Drayton Public School District No.19. Published every Thursday at Drayton, North Dakota. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Valley News & Views, PO Box 309, Drayton, N.D. 58225- 0309. Valley News and Views welcomes letters to the editor. All letters must be signed and we reserve the right to edit all letters for length and accuracy of content. Roberta Van Camp, Publisher Emeritus Published By Great Caesar's Ghost Larry Ritzo, Owner/Editor Yearly Subscription rates: $30.00 In Pembina County $35.00 All other addresses $.75 at News Stands Phone 701-360-3005 Fax 701-454-6333 All material, including photographs, advertisements and articles, subject to Copyright. 009. 0 Benefits Continued From Page 1 wanted to do something special for his birthday over the weekend. He decided that a benefit horseshoe tournament for Shane was good idea. Nine teams entered the tournament, which was just for fun and raised about $300 by itself. Events tied in to the tournament include burgers and brauts, with a flee will offering, a board raffle for Minnesota Vikings jersey and a board raffle for VIP tickets, seating and parking for a Viking's game. In all about $1500 was raised for the cause. Another highlight of the day was the waxing of Paul's chest as well as facial hair. The event was witnessed by a large crowd with Amber Bjerke providing the resources and expertise to do the job. Didn't get to see it in person, but saw the video. Man, that had to hurt some, much to the glee of the observers. Paul is or should I say was, a pretty fuzzy guy and they waxed him clean through many "wax and pulls." It took a while for his face to turn red, but all the while he kept a smile and good humor. Shows what you can do for a good cause. Don't forget, there will be a benefit dinner and bake sale for Shane on the 25th of September at the Drayton School, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Everyone is encouraged to attend. Walk for the Cure learned to appreciate the comforts of home when we had to use portable showers and the portable toilets for 3 days. Our final day we walked our final miles and ended up at the State Capitol. People were lined up on both sides of the road for approximately the last mile, cheering us on and thanking us for walking. That was truly an emotional time. Finally we made it and our 60 miles was over. What a journey!!. The closing ceremonies were very impressive with the walkers all given different color shirts to wear. White for walkers, pink for survivors and grey for staff. We all marched together to the closing ceremony to meet our families and friends. Some of the things we learned as we walked were, Continued From Page ! blisters and aches and pains will go away. A cure will be forever! Everyone Deserves a Lifetime!! I would like to thank everyone who supported me and made donations. Without each and everyone of you this journey would not have been possible. Special thanks, to Drayton Curling Club, Drayton Boosters, Northdale Oil, KSJ Farms, Gowan Construction, Northern Air, Dan Sjostrand Agency, Route 44 Caf6, Cenex of Oslo and all friends and family who made this possible. If any one is interested in walking next year please go to the web site susangkomen3day or just enter 3 day walk and it will take you to the site. Joe and Doris Kilichowski spent from Friday to Tuesday of the Labor Day weekend visiting their daughter Sue Thompson and her husband Jim at rural Sherwood, ND. Monday Richard and Gayle McConnell went to Grand Forks and took Jim McConnell out for lunch. Phyllis Holter and Mildred Flach had dinner at the Sugar Bowl Senior Citizen's Center on Tuesday. Joanne Young of Olympia, WA, visited Doris Stellon Sept. 6th. Joanne also visited Marjorie Tully to wish her an early "Happy Birthday." Mary McDonald visited Marjorie Tully several times during the week. She returned to her Santa Fe home Saturday. Ross and Cecelia Landowski and their guests from California, Larry and Judy, were Thursday coffee guests of Steve and Ellen Marciniak. Some of the friends and relatives who came to wish Marjorie Tully a Happy Birthday on Thursday were Greg Andreen, Mary McDonald, Bert Olson. That day Saralee Hoselton visited Linda Hoselton in Grafton. On Thursday Kathlyn Rath Friday night at Perkins in Fargo. Saralee then spent the night at the home of Geoff and Hope Hoselton. On Saturday afternoon Geoff, Hope and Saralee attended the West Fargo Invitational Cross Country Meet which was held at the Johnson Park in Moorhead. Faith and Dakotah Hoselton competed as part of the Fargo South Bruin teams. Saralee returned home that evening. John Styles visited Chester and Donna Kalka Saturday afternoon. That day Kriss Tucker and Kelly McWilliams were lunch guests of Richard and Gayle McConnell. Loren Knudson and his daughter Alyssa were overnight guests Saturday of Joe and Doris Kilichowski. They returned to their home in Hawley on Sunday. Among those enjoying the St. Edward's Catholic Church's Annual Fall Dinner were Marvin and Clarice Mosolf, Richard and Gayle McConnell and their guest Dean Young. Saralee Hoselton and Linda Hoselton also attended and Linda visited Saralee that afternoon. Ruby Dybedal, Ruth Green and Marcia 305 S. 5th Street, Drayton, ND 3 Bedroom, ! !/2 Bath - Double Garage with Attached Work or Storage Space. Central Air, Partially Furnished Basement with Bedroom. Close to School. If Interested Call 701-454-6204 Ready to Dance? Tap, Jazz and Ballet Classes Being Offered in Drayton For Children Ages 4-12 Classes Start Wednesday September 21st At The Drayton School For More Information Call Renee 701-265-4558 visited Marvin and Clarice Peterson visited Steve and Mosolf. Ellen Marciniak and all [( .: [ ArSia:dtealaHSetondinmetr attended thedinner, they Route Cafe ) I]ru00k wLtk the I]uack r by Leo F3eat,chaettp Daily Lunch Specials for September 19- September 23 Monday: Hot Beef Tuesday: Tuesday's Surprise! Wednesday: Turkey Day Thursday: Thursday's Surprise! day: Burger Baskets Friday Night Fish Fry 5:00 p.m. Until 8:00 p.m. Featuring Pan Fried Walleye, Steak and Shrimp, or Chicken, with Soup or Salad and your Choice of Potatoes We Deliver Friday Nights for $1.00 Extra Please call ahead for timely orders. I Open Monday-Thursday 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dine In or Take Out 701-454-6111 We will take a little side track from the 40 th Art Show series to give a report our "painting on site" excursion. On Tuesday September 6th members of the Brush Bunch went to Shorty's Cabin north of Olga for a painting session and pot luck dinner. The day began by a grand tour of the cabin, bunkhouse and slaughter house. It is impossible to show all the views that were worked on that day. Shown is the oil painting that I was working on because it shows you the Little South Pembina River area known as the Charret Hill where the cabin is located. I set up my work area on the cabin deck overlooking the hill, in a painting I started some time ago, in order to complete it. My oil painting shows two hunters patiently waiting for some wildlife. It was so much easier than painting from a group of photographs. By the time I finished it was quite hot out and I was happy to move inside.. Laurel and Ruth painted a view facing north east. Carol painted, with a pallet knife, a view of the road coming from the west, Frankie chose a southerly view which included, field, trees and the slaughter house. Leona drew an out house. Amy, Loft and Dave visited around. A great time was had by all. On September 20th I will lead a session on painting using a stencil. You may use a medium of your choice. Bring a subject you would like to paint. This will be held at the Gorge Gallery from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring a sack lunch. ETROLEUM EQUIPMENT,iNC. Valley Petroleum Equipment, Inc. Farm Fuel Storage Solutions Grand Forks 701-772-7261 Fargo 701-373-7806 OR E;mail Us At - Visit our Website at: