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January 1, 2009 Page 5 Miller earns certificate Gwen Miller of Beach, an employee of Beach Pharmacy, recently completed her education to become a pharmacy technician. She earned her certificate through a correspon- dence course with the North Dakota State School of Science in Wahpeton. (Photo by Richard Volesky) Family members can help locate services for elderly BISMARCK - Every holiday season many people travel back to North Dakota or to rural areas to visit loved ones. North Dakota Department of Human Services officials say that family gatherings provide a good opportunity to visit with aging par- ents and other older relatives about their changing abilities and needs, and to do some planning for future care needs. "'If people notice that a loved one needs help with house cleaning or chores, meal preparation, person- al care, transportation, or other needs, this is a great time to talk about needs and to research home and community-based service options," said Tess Frohlich, home and community-based services administrator. Frohlich said the agency funds in-home care services that help sev- eral thousand people annually who are frail," elderly, or physically dis- abled, to remain in their homes. Individuals and family members can research available services on the department's Aging and NDG&F recognizes employee's effort North Dakota Game and Fish Department Director Terry Steinwand recently honored a num- ber of employees with pertbrmance- based awards. Steinwand presented the awards at the department's annual staff meeting Dec. 18. Bruce Stillings, Dickinson, received the Special Projects Award. given to an individual or group who either successfully completed a project of short dura- tion, or implemented a successful Golva students Kayla Howard and Karl Schmeling act out a scene from "Christmas in the Country," which was a part of the Golva School's Christmas program on Dec. 18. (Photo by Richard Volesky) .-/. (// (" u-j L...' dukes, ND 58474 701-742-3050 - 877-742-TRUK Now We are a full service shop for all your truck & trailer needs in Cummins & Detroit pwr, 500k, 9 spd.. 4:11 ratio - 16,250 excellent farm trucks, ood ears, pleat}' of pwr. I did not expect to be back from Kenneth Liles, and other relatives first and then were at Joel and Vickie one day at a time. but sometimes sev- Bismarck to write this next week's and friends for a Christmas supper Ericksons' in the late p.m. for more oral days attack me at once! news. We didn't leave until Christmas there. His son and daughter-in-law of the same. The Stovelands left Eve morning because of the weather hosted the get-together. Tuesday to spend the holidays with that might happen and we came home Mike and Doris Berger enter- relatives in West Fargo. They on Christmas Day in the p.m. and I'm tained many members of their fami- expected to return home on Monday. Pancake all breathless from the hurried pack- ly for the holidays. Larry Streitz was a guest at the ing to go and then come home! The Joyce and Tom Ray of Regina. Christmas Day celebration at the weather was beautiful on Christmas Canada. came to spend the home of Gary and Michelle Hardy. ,=* ,, ausa" e Day but looks kinci of blustery this Christmas holidays with her mother, Mary Lee and Paul Schmitz . morning as I write this. I am glad we Eleanor Clarin of the Golden Valley entertained Jason and Laura are home. Couldit be we are wiseras Manor. and her brother Jerry and Schmitz of Beach. and JackeR and benefit --.__mr well as older? Bev Noll and their families. Dean Van Vleet and family of Rick and Linda Stoveland and Rick and Linda Stoveland. Jacob Bismarck and Christine Finneman George Underwood sons. and the Curls from Beach. and Sammy, joined the Curls from of Golva on Christmas Day. gathered at the Veterans Home in Beach on Sunday for dinner at the Bernice Kreitinger entertained January 1 t, 2009 Glendive on Monday evening Flying I. That afternoon they had relatives on Christmas Eve. where they enjoyed supper with Christmas gift opening at the Curls" Thought for the week." I try to take Golva Fire Hall Serving begins Disability Resource-LINK at at t2:00 noon, or by iZarm program signup begins Auction starts at 2:00 PM Donated items are appreciated. contacting an information and refer- ral specialist during the week at 1- (Pies, crafts, etc.) 800-451-8693 or care- WASHINGTON- Secretary of service saves producers time, commodity associated with the Agriculture Ed Schafer on Dec. 19 reduces paperwork and speeds up farm. Counter-cyclical payment Drop Off points People can apply for state and said enrollment for the 2009 Direct contract processing at USDA Farm rates vary depending on market Bank 0fthe West-Beach federally-funded in-home care serv- and Counter-cyclical Payment Service Agency offices, according prices. Counter-cyclical payments G01va Bar-G01va ices for people with tong-term (DCP) Program for farms with base to the USDA. It is available to all are issued only when the effective 01s0n Service-Sentinel Butte n'eeds at their county social service acres was to begin on Dec. 22 both producers who are eligible to pattie- price for a commodity is below its office. The North Dakota online and at local USDA service ipate in the DCP Program and can target price. Department of Human Services centers and will continue until June be accessed at HYPERLINK 1, 2009. "" funds long-term care services rang- ing from in-home to facility-based Producers are urged to make use care for qualifying individuals. In- of the eDCP automated Web site to USDA computes DCP Program home supportive services also sign up. However, producers can payments using base acres and pay- BEACH Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. include home delivered meals, sen- visit any USDA Service Center or meat yields established for each St. John the Baptist Catholic Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. ior center meals, health mainte- their administratively assigned con-'farm. Eligible producers receive Church Belfield Church of God .... nonce and outreach services.for sen- ter to complete their 2009 DCP con- direct payments at rates established Rev. David Richter 781 Milissa Ave. lore, and family caregiver support tract. ,. by statute regardless of market Mass: Saturday 6:30 p.m. Pastors Harold & Marge Sundgren services. The June 1, 2009 deadline is prices, and 10:30 a.m., Sunday Thursday, 7p.m. Aging Services Division mandatory for all participants. For 2009, eligible , producers St. Paul's Lutheran Church, FAIRFIELD Director Linda Wright said infor- USDA will not accept any late-filed may request to receive advance LCMS St. Demetrius Ukrainian motion and referral requests are applications, direct payments based on 22 per- growing as the population ages. The electronic DCP (or eDCP) cent of the direct payment for each Rev. Scott Hojnacki Catholic Church Sunday Worship - 10:15 a.m. Rev. Taros Miles "About 2.6 percent of North Sunday School- 11:15 a.m. Sunday Divine Liturgy: 8 a.m. on Dakota's population is age 85 and older, and this group is most likely First Lutheran Church - ELCA second and fourth to need care and support services Joseph Odermann on BSC board Pastor PaulPeterson Sundays, and 10a.m. onfirst, third that are long-term," she said. Sunday School - 8:10 a.m. and fifth Sundays Bismarck State College clubs committees, Board of Governors Sunday Worship- 9:30 a.m. GOLVA and organizations have elected offi- members are involved in the gover- Beach Evangelical Church St. Mary's Catholic Church cers and planned activities for the nonce of the college and participate Pastor David McGuillion Rev. David Richter year. in the N.D. Student Association and Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Mass: 8 a.m., Sunday The clubs are a way for students in the American Student Worship Sunday - 10:45 a.m. MEDORA of similar interests to meet and Association of Community Prayer Service-6:30 p.m. Medora Lutheran -ELCA work on projects that enhance their Colleges. United Community Church Rev. Roger Dieterle education. Pastor Warren Maxted Sunday Worship - 8:30 a.m. The Board of Governors. new project. Stillings was recog- advised by Heather Sheehan, direc- Sunday Worship - 9 a.m. Sunday School: 3:30 p.m., nized for designing, implementing tor of student life, elected Kristine AMENDED ABBREVIATED BELFIELD Wednesday and using data from a pronghorn Weippert of Tappen as president, NOTICE OF INTENT TO St. Bernard's Catholic Church Union Congregational Church radio telemetry project. Joseph Odermann of Medora as AdOPTANDAdVIEND Rev. Shannon G. Lucht Sunday Worship - 10:30 a.m. "This will serve as a template for vice president, and DesireR ADMINISTRATP RULES Saturday Mass: 7:00 p.m. St. Mary's Catholic Church all future research/management Schneider of Bismarck as secre- relating to Saturday confessions, 6:15-6:45 First Saturdays only, 4 p.m., Dec. projects," Steinwand said. "The tory/treasurer. Commercial Drivers License Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. 1 to April 4 project had exact management The Board of Governors spon- North Dakota Sunday confessions 7:45-8:15 SENTINEL BUTTE objectives, a set timeline and a plan sore campus activities throughout St. John's Ukrainian Catholic Trinity Lutheran Church for using the results. The project the year and sponsored a collection Department of Church Pastor Paul Peterson will benefit the management of of items for the Care and Share pronghorn in North Dakota for Food Pantry. Transportation Rev. Taros Miles Sunday Worship - 8 a.m. decades." Through participation in campus will hold a second public hearing to Divine Liturgy: 8 a.m. on first, TROTTERS address proposed changes to the third and fifth Sundays, Trotters Church N.D. Admin. Code Chapter 37-10-01 10 a.m. on second and fourth let and 3rd Sunday of each month and new N.D. Admin. Code Chapter 37-10-03. Sundays WIBA UX ANNOUNCIN(;: ND Dept. of Transportation St. Peter's Lutheran - LCMS United Methodist Church Norway Luxury Iou_r Transportation Building Rev. Scott Hojnacki Rev. T. C. Chatman July t 2-26, 2009 Room 330 Worship Service: Sunday - 8 a.m. Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Ca/TO/E/oven, 608 E. Boulevard Ave. Belfield Lutheran - ELCA Calvary Temple, Assembly of Guide & Escort Bismarck, ND 58505-0780 Rev. Roger Dieterte God , new Detroit ECMs 129 Times in Norway Tues., February 24, 2009 Sunday School (all ages): 9 a.m. Pastor Andy Lam WE SERVICE WHRT Norsk Hosffest Norway 10:00 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. OTHERS SELL!  or Daglum Lutheran Church - Sunday School 9:30 am. We are an authorize( August 11-25, 2009 ND Dept of Transportation ELCA Trinity Lutheran Church - Bison Grille Guard 7/T01 T./oven, Transportation Building Rev. Roger Dieterle ELCA Dealer Guide k Escort Room 330 (Located 25 miles southeast of Pastor Paul Peterson Donne & Jeanne Brekke, Hosts 608 E. Boulevard Ave. Belfield) Sunday School l 0 a.m. Ha!linglag of Amer Bismarck, ND 58505-0780 Sunday Worship - 11:45 a.m. on Sunday Worship 11:15 a.m. luly Zr-August 8, 2009 Robed He,qing/Oavid Hi/de, Tues., December 30, 2008 first and third Sunday Christian Fundamental Church Hosts 10:00 a.m. of each month Pastor Jeremy Stradley Johnson Cousins Tou A copy of the proposed rules may be First Presbyterian Church Sunday School 9:45 a.m. . obtained by writing the Drivers License Pastor Kathleen Chestnut Sunday Worship 11 a.m. June 8-19 2009 and Traffic Safety Division, ND Mi/ton & JetTy Johnson, Hosts Department of Transportation, 608 East Sunday Worship: 8:30 a.m. Friends of Norway Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Belfield Baptist Church -. Dakota, 58505-0700, by calling (701) Rev. Robert Hlibichuk lone 1Z-July 3, 2009 328-2601, or on NDDOT website at O/Ofe$ Ba/dr; Escort Also, written comments may be submitted to: Drivers License and Traffic Safety Division, ND JAMES J. WOSEPKA, P.C. CarroI . Juven Department of Transportation, 608 East DUt.IXUUaIU 11111 Juven Tours & Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Beach ND 701-872-4794 Dakota, 58505-0700, until 5 p.m. Friday, Travel, Inc. March 6, 2009. If you plan to attend the Lms I N0m DAKOTA AND M0YrA PO Box 1266 public hearing to be held on February 41 Central Ave. South Lct'd:'al" Fargo, ND 58107 24, 2009, and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, P.O. Box 970 1-800-343-0093 please contact the NDDOT at least 15 Beach, North Dakota 58621 days prior to the public hearing. 701-872-4321 Francis G. Ziegler, P.E. Director, NDDOT