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Valley News & Views 0000,rea and Events !i!!!!i! Page 3 November 10th, 2011 Calendar of Even ts Sugar Bowl Senior Center Regular Activffies Noon Potluck - The First Sunday of Every Month at th 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 (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. BEST FOOT FORWARD AT STORY HOUR Be thankful for your feet at November Story Hour for Drayton. Be extra thankful you can hear stories like UNCLE BIG FOOT, COLD FEET, THE FOOTSTOMPING ADVENTURES OF CLEMENTINE SWEET, & HARRIS FINDS HIS FEET. The flannelgraph story will be "William ti  ' Krum's S n Feet for our craft we, ll make a "sneaker diary. Discover the wonderfttl world of feet at one of these locations: Nov. 17th--Drayton Pre School at 9:30AM & I:30PM, Drayton Kindergarten at 10:00AM. Nov.21-- Abbey's Daycare at 9:15AM, Tracy's Daycare at 10:00AM and Drayton 1st Grade at 1:45PM. Wednesday November 2nd- North Dakota Tourism  Regional Workshop- 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at H.G. Johnson Memorial Hall in Drayton Monday November 7th - Pembina County 1 [istoric eservation Commission Meeting 7 p.m. atthe Pembina County Historical Sociaety Museum, Highway 5 West, Cavalier. Open to the public. Any individual requiring special accommodation (i.e., alternative formatting of literature, an interpreter, or help in accessing the facility) should advise us of their needs by contacting the Red River Regional Council at 701-352- 3550 or e-mail klunde@nd.gov. Saturday November 12th - Girl Scout Fund Raiser Vendor Fair the Minto Community Center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, Plenty of vendors, everyone welcome, Wednesday November 16th - Medicare Part D ! nrollment Session at the Drayton Senior Citizen Center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Revel Sapa from Options Resource Center for Independent Living will be available to help people compare esting plans or enroll in new plans. Please bring all current medications and Medicare card. December 8th - lOth ' Drayton Robotics Team Regional Competition, The Drayton Robotics Team will be competing in Regional Competition on the NDSU Campus in Fargo. Everyone is encouraged to consider taking a trip down to the big city to support our young folks in their "first time ever" Regional Competition. St. Thomas Happenings Saturday November 5th - River Rouge Market tore Open House - 10 to 5 p.m. Located at 14779 80th Street NE, St. Thomas, Bonnie McCarmey's Yarn Store, decorative fabric, draperies  bedding, jewelry, pottery and much more. Email reverrougemarket.com ifyou have any questions. Sunday November 6th - Senior Citizen Fund Rinser. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Barbeque luncheon. Located at Senior Citizen Building! Monday November 7th-City Council Meeting- 7 p.rrL Fridav November llth - Honor the Veterans Potluck at the Legion Club. Social hour 5 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. Monday November 14th - Recycling Sunday November 20th - Celebrate Christmas at the Garnett Home: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m, $10 per ticket. Entertainment will be provided. Proceeds go to the St. Thomas Preservation Society. ..... Monday November 21st - Foot and Wellness Clinic - 8:30 a.m. until .... Senior Citizen Center Saturday November 26th - Boys Basketball Game- St. Thomas, C/W/V, against Four Winds, beginning at 1 p.m; Monday November 28th ' Recycling VLsit our website at www.stthornasnd.govoffice3.com Changing jobs? Retiring? Pembina County Public Transportation Schedule November 2011 Transportation for people of all ages for medical appointments, shopping, visiting, banking, hair appointments, etc. Local Tmnspotion In Drayton- Fare $3 Monda36 Wednesda3 Thursda36 Friday Transportation to Grafton- Fare $6 Monday Through Friday Transportation to Grand Forks - Fare $12 Wednesdays For Reservations - Call 454-6586 Shirley Jensen Retires From Altru Clinic Shirley Jensen, pictured above, a very familiar face at Altru Clinic in Drayton, was honored with a retirement party at the clinic last Wednesday, November 2nd. Shirley has been a nurse for 50 years and has worked at the Altru Clinic in Drayton for 32 years. The clinic won't be quite the same without you Shirley. You're certainly going to be missed. We'd all like to thank you your many years of dedicated service. Monday afternoon October 31 st Floyd Hackenschmidt of Cavalier visited Marjorie Tully. Ellen Marciniak and Marge Thomas visited Ruby Dybedal and Ruth Green in Roseau on Tuesday. That evening Marsha Peterson of Kennedy visited Steve and Ellen and Marge. That day Saralee Hoselton attended the Drayton High School Drama Department's performance of their one-act play, "Competition Piece". Later Saralee went to Grafton where she visited Linda Hoselton and had supper with her. Cheryl Berg of Moorhead came to the Chester and Donna Kalka home November 1st where she spent the night and returned home Wednesday. Clarice Mosolfwas among those helping the LWML serve lunch at the Wade Gjevre auction sale on November 2nd. That day Saralee Hoselton was one of the participants in the NE Regional Tourism Workshop held at the H.G. Johnson Hall. That evening she attended the pot luck supper and the Upper Red River Charge Conference held at the Drayton United Methodist Church. Saralee Hoselton had lunch November 3rd at the Main Street Bistro in Cavalier with Lynette Restemayer. Later Saralee picked up Linda Hoselton in Grafton and took her to Red Lake Falls where they attended the visitation and prayer service for Johanna (Hanna) Hoselton at the Johnson Funeral Home. Following the lunch held after the service, they returned home. The following day Saralee Hoselton again took Linda Hoselton to Red Lake Falls to St. Joseph's Catholic Church for the funeral for Hanna Hoselton. Later they returned to their respective homes. Adam Hoselton, Mack and Micki of Richardton, who had also been at the funeral, came to Saralee's home and spent the night; they returned home Saturday. Among those attending the monthly Senior Citizen's Pot Luck Dinner at the Sugar Bowl Center November 6th were Steve and Ellen Marciniak and their guest Marge Thomas, Richard Steenerson, Doris Kilichowski and Saralee Hoselton. Joe Kilichowski returned home from his stay at the Rehab in Grand Forks Monday November 7th. THREE LAND AUCTIONS I 636.46+ Acres • Marshall and I Kion Counties, Minnesota; = I .... =, L iWigh County ' ................... Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Alerus Center, 1200 42nd St. South Grand Forks, North Dakota 10:00 AM - 286.46+ Acres, Marshall County, Minnesota 1:00 PM • 270+_ Acres, Kittson County, Minnesota 3:00 PM • 80+_ Acres, Walsh County, North Dakota For property details, contact: Farmers Jayson Menke, Agent National Grand Forks, North Dakota Company. (701) 780-2828 or (218) 779-1293 L-1100870, 87t, and 894 JMenke@FarmersNational.com Dale B Hau.qg.Q., Auctioneer • License 198 The White House announced a couple days ago that there are no extraterrestrials wandering around the country. Weknow better than that. Don't we Pete and Helen? A giant asteroid was supposed to get pretty close to the earth this Tuesday afternoon. If you're reading this, it means it didn't hit us. We've been used to fine weather this fall. It's changing. Remember when you're driving, there is such thing as ice and we'll be seeing more of it in the near future. Crafters and Vendors Wanted For Drayton's Old Fashioned Christmas Saturday, December 3rd Call 70 ! -454-6 ! 03 Or Emaih chamber@draytonND.com. Larson's Lefse ! 0 Lefse in a package $ !0.00 per package Please call by Man., Nov. 21st for your Thanksgiving order. Tammy Larson (701)454-6546 Tree of Light Drayton's Tree of Light Memorial is a way to remember and honor deceased loved ones during the Christmas season. We invite you to the ree of Light memorial service to be held during Old Fashioned Christmas, December 3, 2011. when loved ones will be recognized and a candle lit in their memory. To symbolize the remembrances through the holidays, the large Christmas tree in tteritage Square will shine with white lights and names of those remembered will be displayed alongside. You ma, send in the same name(s) as last year and as many names as you wish. Tree o( t.ight is for everyone you wish to remember, regardless of hether they are known in the Drayton community. A donation is suggested for each honorer. Any gift is welcomed and proceeds go to our O'lNrn Drayton Area Community. Foundation. a new permanent endowment fired that to date has awarded ants totaling $8104.00 tbr non-profit needs in the Drayton area. Every donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the ND Cmnmunity F'oundation, doubling your girl's impact in the community. Deadline is NOVEMBER 30. Please use the form below; copies and information are also available at KodaBank 454-3317 or by emailing da(fadrco,tonnd.eom. ............................................................ Tree of Li t MEMORIAL u I'm making a $ girl in memo" of [] I prater not to give a girl at this time but would like to remember: My relationship to the above person(s): My name & phone My mailing address .................................................................................................................... City State ____ Zip Make checks payable to: Drayton Area Community Foundation ] Mail c/aRab Boll, KodaBank, PO Box 369, Drayton, ND 58225-0369. I 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 Let  hrve: Thrivent Financial for Lutherans" ! Don't forget about your retirement plan. Do you need help with: • IRA rollover optiom? • Retirement plan distribution? • Reducing or eliminating • Reaching your tax penalties? retirement goals? Your Thrivent Financial representative can help. Call today. leremy Folland, FIC Financial Associate James H Johnson Financial Associate 25 2nd St SE a Hallock, MN 56728 • 1-800-843-2072 Insurance products issued or offered by Thr'went Financial for Lutherans, Appleton, Wl. Not all products are available in all states. Securities and investment advisory services are offered through Thrivent Investment Management Inc., 625 Fourth Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55415, 800-847-4836, a FINRA and SlPC member and a wholly owned subsidiary of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. Thrivent Financial representatives are registered representatives of Thrivent Investment Management Inc. They are also licensed insurance agents of Thrivent Financial. • NOT A DEPOSIT • NOT FDIC INSURED • NOT INSURED BY I ANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY • NOT GUARANTEED I BY THRIvENT FINANCIAL BANK ' MAY LOSE VALUE For additional important disclosure information, please visit Thrivent.com/disdosures. 21109C -11 @ 2011 Thrivent Financia for Lutherans 20H03680 For more information, visit our web site at www.FarmersNational.corn Real Estate Sales • ALIctons • Falm and Ranch Managemet Appraisal • Insurance. Consultation • Oi and Gas ManagemeTq Lake Management • National Hunting Leases E,mail Us At valleynv@polorcomm.com - Visit our Website at: www.valleynv.com . /