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Page 6 Golden Valley News February 26, 2015 Guests visit and wait in the food line to enjoy the dinner at the Community Ambulance Service building in Beach, Sunday, Feb. 22. (Photo by Jane M. Cook) cause now both rigs had items placed in the same areas of each ve- hicle. In 2005, in order to help speed up time to the southern part of the county, a third ambulance was pur- chased and was housed in the Golva Fire Hall. Nine members of the Community Ambulance Service live in the Golva area and can now re- spond with that rig. Through grants and donations an- other ambulance was recently pur- chased and completely paid for. It arrived on Thursday, Feb. 12, and will soon be stocked with the neces- sary equipment The Community Ambulance Service continues to be supported by volunteers with varying degrees of care as approved by th e state and national EMS standards. These in- clude 10 state certified first respon- ders; four nationally registered emergency medical technician-ba- sics (EMT-B&apos;s); two nationally reg- istered emergency technician-intermediates (EMT-I's); Ambulance (Continued from Page 1) In celebration of the Ambulance Service's 40th Anniversary, Joelle Muckle made a cake in the shape of an ambulance. (Photo by Jane M. Cook) one nationally registered emergency medical technician paramedic (EMT-P) and one family nurse prac- titioner for a total of 28 crew mem- bers. This continues to be one of the largest volunteer ambulance serv- ices in the state covering Golden Valley County, with mutual aid agreements with Wibaux County, Mont., and portions of Billings, Slope, and McKenzie counties. Patients are usually transported to hospitals in Baker, Sidney, and Glen- dive, Mont.; Dickinson, Williston, Hettinger and Bismarck. The local ambulances are also now equipped with GPS navigation to speed access to the ill or injured throughout the county. This is especially helpful for the remote oil well sites in this area. On Sunday morning after Mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church, the members of the Golva K of C held a free will donations bretkfast to help replenish their Vocatioos Fund. The men made a delicious meal consist- ing of ham, scrambled eggs, toast, fruit, juice and coffee. The Decker girls, Yvonne, RoseAnn and Pat, daughters of the late Greg and Rosena (Maus) Decker spent the past 'weekend at their par- ents' home in Sentinel Butte enjoy- ing a "girl's weekend together." They attended Mass in Golva on Sunday morning. During the K of C breakfast they had time to visit with several of their Maus cousins as well as friends in the area. Rick and Elaine Noll and Ron and Mary Kay Barthel from Golva were among the guests attending the wedding for their nephew, Jeff Bares who was married in Las Vegas last week. Jeff is the son of Leroy and Marina (Barthel) Bares. Kinsley Rae Noll, infant daugh- ter of Tyler and Denise (Koenig) Noll, was baptized at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Golva on Tues- day evening. Her godparents were Denise's brother, Darin Koenig, and' Tyler's sister, Heidi Currie. After the baptism, the group gathered at the Noll's home for ice cream and cake and took some generation pic- tures. All of her friends in the Golva area extend our sympathy to the family of Faye Koenig who passed away on Wednesday morning. Faye was Denise Noll's mother. Jerry and Mary Weinreis, Lee and Rae Ann Smykowski, Mike and Melissa Bearse and Justin and Jacob Weinreis took a family vacation tO celebrate Jerry and Mary's 30th wedding anniversary. Specialty crop listening sessions scheduled BISMARCK - Four specialty crop listening sessions have been scheduled for Dickioson, Minot, Wahpeton and Grafton, "These sessions are opportunities for specialty crop producers to dis- cuss the challenges they face in growing and marketing their crops, and to discuss the successes they have had," said Agriculture Com- missioner Doug Goehring. "The North Dakota Department of Agri- culture is very interested in hearing from specialty crop producers, espe- cially those who have not contacted the department before." The sessions will be held jointly with grant writing workshops lead by North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension. These work- shops are designed to help potential applicants understand, develop, and submit their federal grant applica- tions for the Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program. More information about these pro- grams can be found online at, "Having the sessions in conjunc- tion with the workshops, will give producers the skills needed to apply for funding to further explore oppor- tunities identified during the session discussion," said Goehring. The listening session and grant writing workshop will be held the same day. Participants can come to either the session, the workshop or attend both. March 4, Dickinson, NDSU Dickinson Research Extension Cen- ter, 1041 State Ave. March 5, Minot, NDSU North Central Research Extension Center, 5400 Highway 83 South March 9, Wahpeton, Bay- mont Inn & Suites, 1800 Two Ten Drive March 10, Grafton, Mar- ketplace on Eighth, 43 East 8th Street The grant writing workshop will run from 2 - 5 p.m. local time. The listening session will run from 6 - 9 p.m. local time. For participants at- tending both, a light meal and addi- tional grant writing examples will be offered. Space is limited for the meals, so early pre-registration is re- quired. Pre-registration is not re- quired for the listening session. To register for the workshop or session, go to: The deadline to register for the Dickinson and Minot events is Feb- ruary 27. The deadline to register for Wah- peton and Grafton events is March 4- The listening sessions are funded through a specialty crop grant from: the Agricultural Marketing Service of the U.S. Department of Agricul-: ture (USDA). Specialty crops are defined by the USDA as "fruits and vegetables, tree: nuts, dried fruits and horticulture and: nursery crops, including floricul- ture." Specialty crops now grown commercially in North Dakota in- clude dry beans, peas, lentils, pota- toes, grapes, honey and various vegetables. Please support your local merchants INCOME TAXES EATING YOUR LUNCH? The VIKING TAX-FREE FUND FOR NORTH DAKOTA may be the answer to lowering your federal and state income taxes. 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