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Valley News and Views Page 3 October, 03, 2013 of Every Month at the welcome! Bone Builder Exercise Class Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays beginning at 1030 a.m. Bingo - Every Monday at 2 p.m. Cards (Spite and Malice) Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. Clinic (Foot Care) 4th month from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. BLACK CATS INVADE STORY HOUR "Beware of black for Drayton." She will read stories about MARSHMALLOW, SCAREDY CAT SPLAT, SILLY and other feline fables. Bring your little cat ;e sessions: October 21st - Tracy's Day ; October 24th - Drayton 1st Grade at 30 p.m. October 5th - Grand Promote Awareness of Dow Awareness r Walk to Celebrate ' Park in gistration will be 701-772-8741. October 10th - Le#on Club, October 13th - St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church Annual Fall Dinner - 11 a.m. to 3 p.m, I515 Western Avenue. Grafton, ND. Turkey and Ham and all the Trimmings. Adults - $10; Children 5-12 - $5; 4 and under Free. For Take Out Meals call 352-0499. Raffles with five $100 cash prizes. Tickets at door or from members. October 20th - Minto Sacred Heart Church Annual Fall Dinner - 1] a.m. to 3 p.m, Minto Community Center. Ham, Meatballs, Potatoes and Gravy, Carrots, Sauerkraut and Pork, Homemade Rolls and Pies and Desserts. Adults - $10; Children 5-12 - $5; 4 with Chances for a Queen Size Quilt and other prizes. October 26th -Annual Booster Club Halloween Party - At the Drayton Public School from 5 to 8 p.m. December 7th Drayton's Old Fashioned Christmas - Really, it's not that far off. Vendors start planning, idea folks, let's hear your ideas, early. Everyone else, plan on attending. Everyone welcome to pitch in. After all, it is Christmas. Almost. Interests,ideas, projects, programs and the like, email this paper at valleynv@ polarcomm.com Got an Event? Know of An Event? Let Us Know So We Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule September 2013 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Transportation In Drayton- Fare $3 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Transportation to Grafton- Fare $6 Monday Through Friday Transportation to Grand Forks - Fare $12 Wednesdays For Reservations Call 454-6586 Olson's Gather for Birthday and Special Gathering Swing for Sophia Golf Tournament Has Raised Over $250,000 A family gathering honoring Harris and Minneapolis and then at and birthday celebration Lorraine Olson was held in Faith's Lodge near Danbury Wisconsin, in early June. Family gathered on Friday, June 7th in Chaska, Minnesota for the 4th annual "Swing for Sophia" golf tournament and dinner. This tournament has raised over $250,000 for Faith's Lodge, a lodge for hope and healing for bereaved families. The tournament is hosted by Harris and Lorraine's grandaughter, Allison Lenmark and her husband Dan, in honor of their infant daughter, Sophia Rebecca Lenmark. Sophia died in 2009 of a heart condition at only two days of age. After the tournament the forty-two family members spent the remainder of the weekend at Faiths Lodge. Pictured with Harris and Lorraine are their youngest granddaughter and all twelve of their great-grandchildren. by Saralee Hoselton Since childhood, beet season around Drayton meant automobile alignment repairs. The precarious mud rocks & abandened beets always seemed to seek shelter in our wheel wells. Well, here's to another season...don't bother trying to dodge the 'road apples'. September 19th-23rd: Mark & Sandy Tungseth flew to Boston to visit their daughter Alyssa & husband Fabrice Kunzi. They visited Castle Island near downtown Boston. The site of a fort built in 1634. Castle Island is now connected to the main land & is a pedestrian park. Boston is a culinary hub: south end's Flour Bakery & Caf6 is a Best of Boston award winner. Another one of the couple's stops was Modern Bakery in the north end. This family owned & operated bakery spans 3 generations of "Old World Italian" recipes, methods, & experience. Mark & Sandy celebratedtheir34thwedding anniversary while visiting. Dinner at Pomodoro served a dual purpose; both Alyssa & Fabrice recently received their doctorate degrees. September 21st: Sophie Wilson,6 (Dustin & Desirae Wilson), Rylee Maurstad, 6 (Brent Maurstad & Jamie Twamley), & Emily Andreen, 16 competed in the State Barrel Racing competition in Devils Lake, ND at the Burdick Arena. Sophie Wilson placed 1st in the 3rd division; taking home $44.00 & trophy buckle, Rylee Maurstad placed 5th in the 3rd division; taking home a trophy buckle in peewee barrel racing category. Emily Andreen placed 3rd overall with a $50.00 prize win in youth category. September 28th: Matt & MaggieVold alongwith friend Shawna Stewart Zellman (W. Fargo) flew toWallaWalla, WA to take part in longtime GF friend Rachel Olson. Maggie was a bridesmaid. "The outdoor wedding overlooked vineyards & rolling hills. Since it is wine country, the group visited a couple wineries. On the menu, chocolate & strawberry chocolate wine. Matt & Maggie were surprised at the airport with a "Welcome Home" sign made by Grant, Jocelyn & grandma Laurene (Mickelson) Barrow. September 27th/28th: Stephanie Peterson (Brent) & daughter Jordan Fast participated in Wild Hog K/1/2 marathon in GE Stephanie & Jordan ran the 5K Fiday night. "The goal was tomake it to the finish line & not focus on the time." Stephanie said. On Saturday morning, Continued On Page 5 Top 10 Reasons to be an EMT 1. It's Different 2. It's Human 31 It's Huge It's Challenging 5. It's Fun 6. It's Variable 7. It's Timeless 1 It's Fulfilling It's Enlightening 10. It Matters EMT Class Begins November Call Rob 701-454-6103 or Bill 701-520-1486 for Info 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 Tax Licensed in North Dakota and Minnesota Sept. 19th Richard and Gayle McConnell visited Jim and Joan Evenson in Grand Forks. Saralee Hoselton drove to St. Paul Sept. 19th where she visited Lisa Jackson and Marina Jackson. On Friday Lisa and Saralee went to "The Murder Mystery Company" dinner theater at the Old Spaghetti Factory in Minneapolis. On Saturday Lisa and Saralee ate at Joe's Crab Shack in Rosedale and then went to the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis where they enjoyed the production of "Wicked". They spent Sunday afternoon at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival. Monday afternoon Lisa and Saralee went to St. Michael and visited Harry and Jenny Hoselton Tyler, Kale, Lauren. Abby and Joseph. They all attended Tyler's football game and then had supper afterwards. Saralee returned home Tuesday and stopped in Fargo for afternoon lunch with Ardis Haaland at Perkin's. Richard and Gayle McConnell went to Mountain Sept. 2l and attended the Magnus Olafson book signing and reception for his book A KNIGHT IN DAKOTA which was held at the Borg Memorial Home. From there Richard and Gayle went to Park River and had coffee with Richard and Loma Holand. That day Landon Mapel visited Mike and Judy Stellon. Sept. 22nd Richard and Gayle McConnell had coffee with Neil and Joyce Hanson. Cheryl Berg of Moorhead and Paul Kalka of Grand Forks visited Chester and Donna Kalka that day. That evening Marvin and Clarice Mosoif and Phyllis Holter were among those attending the prayer service for Harvey Anderson held at the Assembly of God Church in Drayton; they also attended the funeral held there the next day. 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