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Page 6 Golden Valley News March 4, 2021 By Mary Barthel Feb. 19 On Friday, the residents gathered in the activity room to enjoy an afternoon of bingo. Marlys Updike was the bingo caller and Fern Hennings assisted with the bingo prizes. Delores Olson enjoyed visiting ‘with her daughters Sue Feldmann and Cindy Nuemiler dur- , ing visitation hours. ' Feb. 21 Sunday morning started out with John Wise leading the Rosary and the Litany of the Saints with the residents in the chapel, starting at 10 am. Visitors for the day were: Kim Ekre visited Dave Ekre Sr., Rick and Linda Stoveland visited Judy Curl, Mary Ernst vis- ited her mother Agnes Miesaloski, ‘ Lori Schul‘te visited her mother Clara Portscheller, and Tess visited her husband Dick Heineman. Feb. 22 - Monday afternoOn Marlys Updike filled in for bingo with the residents at 2 pm. We are What to do if I sat in the auditorium waiting to listen to a band concert for the first time in about a year. ‘ The students walked onto the Stage carrying their instruments. All were wearing special masks that al- lowed them to play trumpets, clar— inets and even flutes. As a flutist myself, I wasn’t quite sure I could play wearing a mask. Being in a sparsely populated, so- cially distanced auditorium and lis- tening to a concert played by masked teenagers was a new experience. However, this seemed more “nor- mal” than watching a livestream at home a mile from the school. They all left the building with a cookie in a plastic bag as a treat. The next day I was on a ZoOm call talking with colleagues from around the U.S., including southern states that had weather emergencies re- cently. One person talked about frozen pipes and water raining in her house as a result of the extremely cold weather and storms. Another talked about having no electricity for days. ' Then I went online and read some of the questions posted by members Of a FacebOOk group‘ A couple 0f that were touched by floodwaters. people were talking about uninten— tionally frozen canned foods left in a garage. We. are touched by many chal- lenges and even full—fledged disasters in our lives. The ongoing pandemic situation has disrupted our lives. Blizzards, tornadoes, hurricanes and flooding can affect electricity and food safety. I Here are some scenarios to ponder in case you need to cope with a food- related issue after a weather emer- gency. This information is based on recommendations from the US. De- partment of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service. Question 1: Your electricity went out and you have a refrigerator full of perishable food. How'long will the refrigerator keep food safe if you keep the refrigerator door closed? A) 2 hours B) 4 hours C) 6 hours D) 8 hours a Question 2: Two-part queStion: During a power outage, how many hours will a full freezer hold the tem- perature at a safe level if the freezer ‘ is kept tightly closed? How many hours will a half-full freezer hold the temperature at a safe temperature level if the freezer is kept tightly closed? I A) 48 hours; 24 hours B) 36 hours; 18 hours ‘ C) 24 hours; 12 hours D) 16 hours; 6 hours Question 3: Which of these is an i l. j.- I To make an appointment contact the Wibaux County Extension Office at (406) 796—2486. so grateful to have this lady assist us when we are in need. The residents love to see her smiling face and enjoy getting to visit with her since . her retirement, if there is such a thing for Marlys! Feb. 24 Exercises were held on Wednesday morning. We have been very fortunate to remain COVID-19 free for the past couple of weeks. As I look back over this year we are approaching a full year when COVID entered our world. For the most part we were COVID free due to following guide- lines and diligently setting our minds to thinking that we would do our very best to keep our home safe. Though it has been a tough process, our staff has done a remarkable job! We were so supported throughout this year by this community and our surrounding communities. Our days were brightened by your small acts of kindnesses. We were blessed with outdoor concerts, baked items of all types delivered weekly, home- made cards from daycares, schools and church groups, haircuts by staff, grocery and pharmacy deliveries, flower deliveries, toilet paper dona- tions, homemade pillows, and the list just goes on and on. Every act of kindness was high— lighted and greatly appreciated by staff and residents. It was a tough year but it is fun to look back and see all the love that was spread. Things are getting back to normal slowly. March is here, so that means we will hide shamrocks again this month and hope that this year the residents can find them. It's the small things that make this world go round smoothly. There are many ways to say "I Love You"! The Manor has seen many this year. your canned foods .freeZe MC ‘ are/ Julle Garden-Roblnson \Ek ’ Food 5. Nutrition Specialist indication that thawed, formerly frozen meat is safe to refreeze? A) TIM: temperatu-.. -1: a . 60 F, B) The temperature of the food is 55 F. . C) The temperature of the food is 45 F. ' D) The temperature of the food is 40 F or lower and the food has ice crystals. Question 4: A flood has occurred and you are checking whether your food stored in your flooded basement pantry is safe to eat. Which of these foods would not be considered safe to salvage and use if the product came in contact with floodwater? (Mark all that apply) A) Foods with screw caps ' B) Foods with pull tops ‘ C) Foods with crimped tops D) Foods with snap lids ‘ Question 5: You are about to san- itize your metal pans and glass dishes You wash the containers in soapy water, rinse and then proceed to san- itize them. What is the correct con— centration for sanitizing the items, according to the USDA? A) 1 tablespoon of unscented chlorine bleach per quart of water B) 1 teaspoon of unscented chlo- rine bleach per gallon of water C) 1 tablespoon of unscented chlorine bleach per gallon of water D) 1 teaspoon of unscented chlo— rine bleach per two gallons of water Question 6: Essay question: You accidentally left some canned goods in your garage, and you found the cans swollen and the contents solidly frozen. What should you do? Here are the answers: 1. B; 2. A; 3. D; 4. A, B, C, D; 5. C; 6. Inspect ‘the cans. If the seams of the can are rusted or burst, throw the cans away in a place where no human or animal will consume the food. Do not taste the contents. If the cans are swollen and the can damage was caused by the freezing, place the cans in the re- frigerator to thaw. If the product looks and/or smells normal, thor- oughly cook the contents right away by boiling for 10 to 20 minutes. Products then can be refrigerated or frozen for later use. ‘ See https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/food for more recipes and food safety in— formation. See https://tinyurl.corn/apvpru9z for more information from the USDA about food safety during ' emergencies. Beach Wibaux Community Members: Mark Your Calendars! 32nd Annual Wibaux Health- Fair Blood Draw Only Event ThUrsday, March 25th 6:00 am. to 11:00 am. NEW LOCATION! Wibaux County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall - Wibaux, Montana Appointments ARE required. No walk-ins will be accepted. Spring is on the way, and that often' means organizing and cleaning kitchen cupboards and appliances. Check your cupboards, refrigerator and freezer for some ingredients to make this delicious main dish meal. Cilantro Lime Steak Fajitas: . Cilantro Lime Marinade .‘l ntro. chopped 1 garlic, minced 2 Tbsp. olive oil 2 tsp. dried onions 3 limes, zest and juice Fajitas: 1 1/2 lb. flank steak, trimmed (or other beef steak) Salt and pepper to taste 1 medium red onion, sliced 3 bell peppers, sliced Seasoning for Vegetables: 2 Tbsp. olive oil 1/2 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. onion powder 1/2 tsp. chili powder 1/2 tsp. cumin ‘ 1/2 tsp. smoked paprika To make the marinade, add cilantro, garlic, onions and olive oil to a bowl. Zest the limes, squeeze juice into mix and whisk together. Add the steak to a zip-top plastic bag, pour cilantro mix over the steak and seal the bag. Turn the bag re— peatedly to make sure the steak is covered evenly with marinade. Place in refrigerator to marinate for at least one hour. ‘ Preheat oven to 450 F. Take meat out of refrigerator 30 minutes prior to cooking. Slice onions and pepper and add to a bowl with all the veg— etable seasoning; mix well. Using a large sheet pan, lay the steak in the middle and spread vegetables around the beef. Cook for 13 minutes, then broil on high for two minutes. After broiling, remove from oven and allow to rest for five minutes before slicing. When slicing, cut against the grain. Serve with whole-grain tor- tillas and your faVorite fajita top- pings. Makes six servings. Each serving has 350 calories, 19 grams (g) fat, 33 g protein, 10 g carbohydrate, 3 g fiber and 75 milligrams sodium. DEADLINES The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail goldenandbillings @gmail.com. death of one of our citizens would be worth a little inconvenience in their 1 having to figure out how this would work,” she said. However, senators against the bill felt the legislation would not be as beneficial as intended. Sen. Kristin Roers, R-Fargo, said the bill wouldvnot change the price of insulin for most people who need H. “All of the major health insurers, who this wouldaffect, have already changed this,” she said. “SO the bill 50 years ago; March. 4, 1971: Among the preliminary winners in the‘Kn'owin‘g Your State Contest is Gary Howard of Golva High School. Gary is the son of Mrs. Eva Howard of Golva. Winners will receive ex- pense paid trips to the University of North Dakota campus March 30-31, to compete in the final essay exami- nation for $800 cash and book awards provided by the Masonic Grand Lodge of North Dakota. The Golden Valley County J aycees and Mrs. Jaycees sponsored a basketball game and box soCial on Sunday evening, Feb. 28, at the Beach High School gym for the ben- SCOREBOARD. Boys varsity basketball, Feb. 26 Beach: 12, 31, 47. Total, 65 Hettinger—Scranton: 8, 19, 37. Total, 58 Beach scorers: Trey Swanson, 35; Elijah Holkup, 7; Jonas Oech, 6; Jimmy Murphy, 6; Ray Steiner, 5; Dane Farstveet, 4; Shem Baker, 2 Insulin (Continued from Page 1) actually ends up affecting virtually no one.” Roers said opposition to this bill came from senators questioning if , this was the right way to regulate the insurance industry. “Is this the way that we really want to legislate, from a philosophi— ‘cal perspective?” she said. Sen. Judy Lee, R-West Fargo, said the individual insurance plans through employers are not able to be touched by this bill. “[The bill] does not affect em— which lost most of their furniture and clothing in a fire the week before. 25 years ago; March 7, 1996: Hank and Helen Reiter celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Dec. 26, 1995 at the Beach Legion Club. The informal open house hosted by their children and grandchildren was attended by about 200 guests. Harold and Anna Lowman, re- efit of the Ronald Thoemke family, ployer—funded programs, established by the business for their employees,” she said. “Those particular policies are exempt from any mandate either from the Affordable Care Act or from the state.” Lee said at least 40% of the pop- ulation in North Dakota is covered by independent employer-provided health policies. “We can’t fix those,” she said. “Those are the ones, in most of these cases, responsible for what is going as on tired ranchers living about 35 miles northeast of Beach, enjoyed a Visit from their grandsons, Mike and Charlie Kalvoda,, who were on their way through the area last week. Mike Kalvoda, an aspiring screenwriter, won a 1994 LX Series blue thunder- bird on the television show “The Price is Right” and was driving it back to his home in Studio City, Calif. Have something that may be newsworthy that you’d like to share or sub- . mit to the Golden Valley News or the Billings County Pioneer? 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