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Page 12 Golden Valley News May 16, 2019 Protect your ;kin when playing und Several years ago, I had a couple 0f program assistants who loved to enter radio contests. One day they walked into my office to discuss the day's activities. I was a little surprised when I 'l()oked up, but I think I maintained a the season when we spend more time poker face. ' "How are you doing today?" I asked. "Well, we won free spray tans," ~c of them said sheepishly. '~ Her fair skin was almost as or- ange as a bottle of Tide detergent. i~he looked embarrassed. ! "Don't worry. It will wear off in a '.few days," I said. Fortunately, spray tans and sun- ss tanning lotions are not hazardous your health. Dihydroxyacetone ~HA) is the active ingredient in ost sunless tanning lotions. Fortu- nately, the products have improved :through the years. i was glad my program assistants '.hadn't won a bunch of tanning bed isessions. '~ According to the Food and Drug ! . . . ~drmnlstratlon (FDA), tanning beds lean increase your risk of skin cancer, ~hcluding melanoma. Tanning beds ~also can cause eye damage. i:, Further, the FDA reported that about 3,000 emergency room visits occur annually because of injuries By Jane M. Cook ~sociated with tanning beds. ,'- We have reached the time of year ~hen shorts and tank tops appear, iand many fair-skinned people want i0 have a "healthy tan." Unfortu- nately, being tan indicates that your ~n has produced melanin to shield ~gainst sun damage. We are entering outdoors and expose more skin for longer amounts of time, which can lead to damage and increase our risk for skin cancer. More people get a skin cancer di- agnosis than all of the other types of cancer combined, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. Skin cancer is the uncontrolled growth of skin cells due to DNA damage. Melanomais the most deadly form of skin cancer, while basal cell and squamous cell carci- noma are more common and highly curable. Think about your own skin. Do you have any spots on your skin that: 1) have changed in color, size or texture 2) are bigger than 1/4 inch (the di- ameter of a pencil eraser) 3) appeared after age 21 4) appear pearly, translucent, tan, brown, black or multicolored 5) itch, hurt, crust over or scab, erode, bleed or haven't healed within 3 weeks? Be sure to let your healthcare provider know about any suspicious spots so you can get the proper fol- low-up, if needed, with a specialist. If you have had a sunburn, you are at risk for skin cancer. If you have t~sed a tanning bed, you also are at greater risk for skin cancer. Remember, too, that 90% of skin er sun aging is caused by sun exposure, ac- cording to an article in a dermatology scientific journal. Fortunately, we all have some steps that we can take to reduce our risk for skin cancer, which also will protect our skin from aging. * Be sure to wear sunscreen. Most sources recommend a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or higher. * Apply plenty of sunscreen. One ounce is the typical recommenda- tion. Be sure to reapply sunscreen every two hours or more often if you are swimming or perspiring. * Look for an expiration date on sunscreen. If it does not have a date listed on the bottle, label the bottle with the date of purchase and use within three years. * Seek shade during the hours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. * If you need to be outside, ex- perts recommend wearing long- sleeved clothes and pants made with tightly woven fabric. * Don't forget to protect your eyes. Wear high-quality sunglasses that protect your eyes from ultravio- let (UV)-A and UV-B rays. Sun ex- posure can increase the risk of both macular degeneration and cataracts. V i s i t https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/nourishy- ourbody for more information about nourishing and protecting your skin. The site includes links to interactive games and apps. Keep your skin nourished by eat- ing a variety of healthful foods, es- pecially plenty of colorful fruits and vegetables. Jenna Helsper and Seth Bishop, former Fair. Helsper attends NDSU while Bishop is at School' ( ntinued from Page 1 ) Beach students, participate DSU. (Photo by Jane Cook) how to study in a better way. This is usually at lunch time." "~ A few of the clubs/activities involved included Future Business Leaders of America, Speech, One Act Play, Book Club, Peer Tutoring, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Homecoming, Science Bowl, Math Meet, Oratorical Con- test, as well as sports such as football, volleyball, the Trap Shooting Club, cheerleading andgolf, to name some of them. Spelling Bee, Geography Bee, and Math Counts are only offered to the junior high students. :,:. If this Club Fair is popular, plans will be to have another one at the be- ginning of the 2019-2020 school year in August. in this year's Club The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays. Call 872-3755 or e-mail goldenandbillings @gmail.com. May 2 - Thursday started out with the food and Coca Cola provided the to Dickinson to keep medical ap- mid-morning exercises led by Deb drinks. The Manor Foundation pointments and to do some shopping Lauf. Board served the meal for all to for the day. The afternoon activity was cards enjoy! May 8 - Mary and the residents and games at 2 p.m. Patty and Delaney Davis, and took the community bus over to May 3 - Friday is Hair Day at the Wendy Keller visited Darlene Wil- Wibaux. We were invited to attend Manor. This week's hair ladies were son and Dorothy Stolberg. Jan their Annual Mother's Day Tea at the Lezlie Paul and Judy Ridenhower. Kuchera visited Christine Finneman. fairgrounds. Vicki read to the residents, high- Mary Ernst and Odessia, and Deb Bus driver Steve Raisler took us lights out of the local newspapers in Zinda visited Agnes Miesaloski and over around 1:30 p.m. and we re- the aftemoon around 2 p.m. Tony Efta. Diane Brown visitedturned home around 4:30. We thor- May 4 - Reading with Sharon Katy Zinsli. oughly enjoyed the outing. Mary took place at 2 p.m. Tom and Nona Alan and Judy Stecker visited Lee Schmitz entertained us with a Muckle visited Jim Muckle. Todd Christine Finneman and Donna singalong. She also played her trum- Wilson and Kay Wyman visited Dar- Sygulla. pet, violin and harmonica for us. lene Wilson. May 6 - The movie "The Locket"Linda Tvedt sang some selections May 5 - Adoration was held in the was shown in the activity room at 2 for us, and Laureen Murphree gave Chapel at 8:30 a.m. Word and Corn- p.m. Popcorn was provided by Bank a presentation regarding mothers. reunion followed at 9:30 a.m. The of the West. Kay Wiman visitedPoems were read and Evelyn Siegle Annual Manor BBQ and Raffle was Darlene Wilson. recited a poem about aprons. We held from noon to 2 p.m. A nice May 7 - Michelle from the Heart were served a delicious luncheon crowd gathered to take part in this River Hearing Center was here in the with our tea, and door prizes were fund-raiser, morning. Exercises were held at 10 awarded. Darlene Wilson won an Hamburgers, coleslaw, baked a.m. Bingo with St. Paul's Church apron sewn by Siegle. We so appre- beans and chips were served, members took place in the afternoon, ciate being invited to this event. We Stevenson's Funeral Home provided Marilyn Carlson and daughter went enjoyed it just as much as last year. May 15, 1969; 50 years ago: Vandals left their mark at Cotton- wood Campground in the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Me- morial Park. According to Park Su- perintendent Arthur L. Sullivan, vandals pried a wrought iron statue of a horse and rider from the stonework of the Cottonwood Camp- ground Amphitheatre. The arm of the rider, holding a hat, was cut off from the rest of the statue and has disap- peared. Army Private Dale G. Evoniuk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Evo- niuk, Gorham, completed eight weeks of military police training at the Army Training Center, Ft. Gor- don, Ga. Pvt. Evoniuk is a 1994 graduate of Belfield High School. Mrs. Alex Dutke was honored as a "Mother of the Parish" at a break- fast held Sunday, May 11, at St. Demetrius Church Hall. The eighth and 12th grade graduates were also honored, The occasion was spon- sored by the CWV and Auxiliary Post 1774. May 12, 1994; 25 years ago: LeeAnn Galster has been ap- pointed the new Medora city auditor by Mayor Arthaud. Galster was cho- sen among 12 other applicants. She was hired through an application/in- terview process. The council then ap- proved the mayor's selection. Concern (Continued from Page 1) township and school district officers during rainy weather. when such requests relate to those Duane Hildebrant of the Beach' board's offices. For example, such Civil Township said a problem is the could relate to whether a situation is a township would still want such a road conflict of interest and if a board to be open for some vehicles such as member should vote on a particular fire trucks and ambulances. The cost issue, of signs for all of the township roads ~ Wenko also explained' that the would a hardship on the township, he ,gate's attorney is the legal advisor for said the County Commission, but not for Discussion also included to first townships. For her office to advise a township, she said she would need a directive from the County Commis- sion to do so. She said that way the commission would be aware of any township issues on which her office may be working. Discussion on May 7 also turned to how to close a township road that would be damaged by heavy trucks contact the oil field company to offi- cially make it aware of the road dam- age. The company official who was initially contacted was out of the state at the time, and it wasn't clear if the situation was addressed within the company. 2019 GVN cop=es ews are availa Beach Food Center Golva Grocery Golden Valley News Office, 22 Central Ave Beach Listings for high school sporting events, plus public events that are free to any- one and aren't fund-raisers or aren't family or business invitations, can be published free of charge in this col- umn . South Heart High School graduation, 12:30 p.m Sunday, May 19, school gym 33rd annual Dakota Cowboy Poetry Gathering, May 25-26, Medora Com- munity Center Beach High School graduation ceremony, 2 p.m Sunday, May 26, High School Gym Belf eld High SchOol graduation ceremony, 2:30 p.m Sunday, May 26, school'gym e Lawn Equipment Thursday, Ma May Saturday, Fu|l event details Y16 17 at: wv v .gooseneckimp.com Western Cooperative CREDIT UNION WILLISTON I DICKINSON I HEBRON I BEACH GLEN ULLIN 1 RAY I TIOGA I WCCU.ORG