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Page 4 February 3, 2011 Student musician to be a part of European tour On July 6, 2011. 290 honor stu- dent musi.cians representing the states of North Dakota and Montana will gather at North Dakota State University in Fargo for three days of rehearsal and a performance prior to departing to seven European countries for a 16-day tour. Christian Fetdmann of Emerado, N.D., has been selected for this honor. Christian is a member of the Larimore High School music program, directed by Paul Redding. Christian is the son of Rebecca (James) Gerszewski of Emerado and David (Christy) Feldmann of Beach. He is also the grandson of Mike and Peggy Steele and Jerry and Barb Feldmann, all of Beach. Students were nominated for the 2011 Northern Ambassadors of Music tour based upon their level of musicianship, teade?ship, and char- acter, and were selected for partici- pation by invitation. Each nominee received a copy of an ambassador of goodwill proclamation from the office of the governor or his or her respective state honoring his or her selection. Dr. Warren Olfert, director of Christian Feldmann bands at North Dakota Staie University, will serve as music director for the tour. Olfert will share conducting duties for the con- cert band program with Dr. Sigurd Johnson, associate director of bands at North Dakota State University. Larry Swingen, choir director at Malta High School in Malta, Mont., will conduct the honor choir. Voyageurs International Ltd., a Denver-based agency specializing in European music tours for over 37 states throughout the country for over 40 years, designs the tour. This is the Northern Ambassadors sixth such tour, having grown from 110 participants in 2001 to over 300 travelers in 2011. Prior to their departure for Europe on July 9, student partici- pants will gather on the campus of North Dakota State University for an intensive three-day schedule of rehearsals and orientation sessions. On Friday evening, July 8, at 6:30 p.m., a farewell concert wilt be held in Festival Concert Hall in the Reineke Fine Arts Center on the campus of North Dakota State University. The event will be open to the public. The Northern Ambassadors of Music honor band and chorus will share their music with European audiences in seven different coun- tries and in a variety ot; performance settings. The tour wilt include stops in England, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Italy, and Germany. The Northern Ambassadors of Music tour is an educational program designed for honor music students to perform and share their musical talents, while gaining cultural enrichment. Meeting the author Belfield second-graders were recently honored with 'a visit from Tawyna Bulger of Beach, who visited the class to read her book Katrina Growing Wings. Shown with Bulger are: back row, Audrey Oe, Tyler Kastrow and Nolan Johnson; front row, Fynne Ebert, Bulger and Carlee Hutzenbiler. (Courtesy Photo) Belfield High School Honor Roll Following is the Honor Roll for Belfield High School for the second quarter: Straight A: Adam Baer, Allison Buckman. Seth Obritsch. Rachael Solberg A Honors: Christian Anheluk. Devin Boltz, Andrew David. Ashley Eltison. Corinna Evoniuk, Daniel Hasp, Miranda Hall, Derek Hendricks. Danielle lverson, Grant Kessel. Andrew Klym, Mitch Krebs, Lauren Kruckenberg, Lindsey Miller, Mars Obrigewitch. Alicia Palaniuk, Hein Peinke, Robyn Peinke, Hannah Rodne, Kirsten Thompson, Ashlee Wolf. B Honors: Jessica Banyai, Darren Basaraba, Tess Brennan, Joshua Brevik, Rachel Doughty, Jodee Egly, Matthew Elefson, Seth Ewoniuk, Alexa Fugere. Hunter Grad. Alexa Hanna, Shanea Haugtvedt, Jarek Haverluk, Cody Hlebechuk, Logan Huber, Kaycee Hutzenbiler, Breanna Jarmusch, Miranda Kadrmas, Jade Kessel, Daniel Knopik, Cassandra Lashley, Jaysen McDowell, McKenzie O'Brien, Lacy Obrigewitch, Riley Obrigewitch, Colto'n Pool. Daniel Puphal, Mikayla Raskin, Janessa Schmidt, Cade Shypkoski, Shed Shypkoski, Quinn Steffan. TR Medora Foundation planning bridal event MEDORA - The Theodore and Conference Center. boutiques, florists, Roosevelt Medora Foundation will It will have free admission tbr all DJs and others. Brides will have present its first-ever Medora Bridal attendees. The expo will showcase a chance to see what services are Expo on Sunday, April 3.from noon wedding vendors from the tri-state offered in the area and make per- to 5 p.m. at the Rough Riders Hotel area including, photographers,dress sonal connections with vendors. Ag Committee announceS Bull Buck winners Hard at play The Dickinson Area Chamber of purchasebulls. The Chamber Ag Commerce Ag Committee hosted Committee gives away a total of Mathew Gerving of Beach wrestles in the East-West Tournament in New Salem on Jan. 29. the 12thAnnual Bull Day Showcase $1,500 in Bull Bucks at the show- Gerving was the only Beach wrestler at the event and didn't place. South Border High School on Jan. 15, at Stockmen's Livestock case. received the most points at 190.5. The Beach team is working hard for the Killdeer Quad on Exchange East. The showcase began at 1 p.m., Feb. 4. (Courtesy Photo by Lisa Gerving) There were 37 registered pro- exhibiting the bulls through the ring ducers from the tri-state area who and an announcement of the six took part in the showcase. The Ag Bull Buck winners: Shannon Consumers business owners Committee providedanoonluncti Dennis, leffKuhn, MyronOlson, and an opportunity to win' $250 in Mark Hoff, Dons Lowman and Bull Bucks. Leonard Medt)na. Bull Bucks are asked to Iook i to flood i Bull Bucksarecertificatesthat redeemable with the professional n nsu ra rice p,omote the cattle producer indus- beef producers that showcased their try for those who may be looking to bulls. BISMARCK - North Dakota ical that people don't wait until it's into flood insurance now, and not to Insurance Commissioner Adam too late. Check into it now." assume federal disaster relief will Hamm encourages homeowners, Flood insurance is offered and be available,"Hammadded. Wheat show set business owners and renters to think underwritten by the National Flood For more information, contact about purchasing flood insurance. Insurance Program (NFIP). Several your insurance agent or the NFIP at The 58th Annual National Hard Major flooding is probable for insurance companies in North 1-800-638-6620 or Spring Wheat. Show will be held many rivers and tributaries across Dakota write and service flood poli- www.floodsmart.gov. Consumers Feb. 7-9, at the Airport the state, cies through the NFIP. can also call the North Dakota Internationa I lnn,Williston. "There is a 30-day waiting peri- Homeowners' insurance policies do Insurance Department at t-800- This year s featured speaker is Dr. od before a flood insurance policy not, cover flooding. 247-0560 or visit Danny Klinefelter, professor and kicks in," Hamm said, "so it is crit- I encourage consumers to check www.nd.gov/ndins, extension economist at Texas A&M University. Klinefelter will speak on Tuesday, p': 8 and will include AARP's Tax-Aide Offi ready 'FwelveBesfManagementPractices'" ces and "Bein Prepared to Borrow,in a Risk Management Environment." Beginning Tuesday, Feb. l, able to middle- and lo -income tax- IRS-certified volunteers are Other speakers will be Joe AARP Tax-Aide sites in North payers of all ages with special atten- trained to assist in filing accurate Victor, Minneapolis Grain Dakota opened for the tax season., tion to those 60 and older, returns and help taxpayers receive all Exchange: Darren Hefty. co-anchor AARP Tax-Aide is the nation s Particpants do not have to be an " of the benetits, credits, and deduc- of the television show "Ag PHD'" largest, free, volunteer-run tax preps- AARP member to take advantage of tions to which they are entitled, and Doug Goehring, North Dakota ration service, where volunteers this service, said Muriel Peterson of Locations with Tax-Aide offices commissioner of agriculture. commit their time and talents to help Bismarck, volunteer state coordina- include: Dickinson Public Library, their neighbors. This service is avail- tor of Tax-Aide in North Dakota. 1-4 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays. DSU graduate credit proposal approved " Dickinson State University's request to provide limited graduate course offerings to area educators culminated when the State Board of Higher Education recently approved the University's Stage II proposal for limited graduate credit. To document the need for grad- uate classes in the region, DSU sent a survey to teachers and administrators of 19 area school districts who comprise the Roughrider Education Services Program (RESP). Of the more than 150 who responded, 86 per- cent indicated they were "very likely" or "most likely" to take graduate credits in Teacher Education if offered through DSU. "This survey demonstrated the oeed for accessibility and access to quality professional development that Dickinson State University can offer area teachers," said Dr. Jon Brudvig, interim vice president for academic affairs. Graduate classes could be offered as early as summer 2011. DSU will collaborate with other North Dakota universities to ensure that the limited graduate credit offerings transfer into existing grad- uate programs whenever feasible. Have something that may be newsworthy that you'd like to share or submit to the Golden Valley News or the Billings County Pioneer? We won't know about it unless you tell us, and we welcome submitted news items! It's easy. Just give us a call, e-mail your item and a phone number, or mail a photo and the text that goes along with it. Golden Valley News/Billings County Pioneer; P.O. Box 156; Beach, ND 58621-0156; (701) 872-3755; gvnews@midstate.net NOW OPENV