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Page 8 Golden Valley News June 15, ,2017 You can make him drink ... Suzanne Henry offers water to Conveyance Company as Jayson the Chateau de Mores Interpretive one of the stagecoach horses of Badlands Stagecoach & Jones looks on, Their company offers rides starting from Center at Medora. (Photo by Richard Volesky) rl nners The following are some of the Beach High School athletic and staff/teacher awards that were made on May 22: Football awards Most Valuable Back: Josiah Orluck Most Valuable Lineman: Dawson Bishop Most Promising J unior Varsity : Brannon Davidson Most Promising Freshman: Gage Swanson Buccaneer Award: Ray Wegner Football - All-Region : Josiah Orluck, Jared Wojahn, Cole Erickson, Gunnar Farstveet, Dawson Bishop - All-West River Conference : Ray Wegner VoHeyball : Most Valuable Player - Kaylee Mclntyre Most Improved Player - Mikayla Paul Most Improved Junior Varsit y Player - Sam Oech Buccaneer Award - Makensie Mattern Most Promising C Player - Shyanne Marshall Girls basketball: 6th Man Award: Madi Wilhelmi Leadership Award: Sofia Muruato Outstanding Defensive Player :Award: Abby Wilhelmi Most Improved Player Award: !Kennedy Myers Buccaneer Award: Larissa Roberts :and Jenae Orluck Most Valuable Player Award: Abby Wilhelmi Brawny(Toughness) Award: Mikayla Paul Miss Hustle: Bree Davidson Rise Up award: Megan Rising Other awards: Most Valuable Male Athlete - Josiah Orluck Most Valuable Female Athlete - Abby Wilhelmi Bob Jones Sportmanship Male Award - Ray Wegner Bob Jones Sportsmanship Female Recipients of the BHS Most Valuable Athlete of the Year awards are Abby Wilhelmi and Josiah Orluck. (Photo by Jenae Orluck) Award Elementary Classified Employee - Jenae Orluck of the Year Linda Barkland Memorial AwardMichaela Applegate - Casey Rieger 25 Years of Service: Aimee HildebrandtMemorial Sarah Maus Scholarship Raynette Szudera - Alden Brookens 20 Years of Service: Bey Wolf Leadership Award Charlene Bostyan - Sydnee Steele and Riley Frieze Madonna Oech ; Gage Swanson and Andrea Lund David Wegner High School Teacher of the YearTammy Wegner Carol Bartz 15 Years of Service: High School Classified EmployeeCarol Bartz of the Year 10 Years of Service: Sonja Groll Denise Dietz Elementary Teacher of the Year Sonja Groll Lori Olney Kelly Peterson Skoglund on Dean's List MOORHEAD, Minn. - Daniel Skoglund, Beach, has been named to the Minnesota State University Moorhead D ean's L ist in recogni- tion of academic achievement for spring semester 2017. Students must be in degree-seek- ing status and maintain a 3.25 or higher grade point average while completing a minimum of 12 graded credits to qualify for the honor. His major is biochemistry, biotechnology, chemistry. Auction in your future? Giveus a call! Brad or Max, 701.237.91 73 + acres It feels like summer has been upon us about a whole month early. My corn is almost knee high, way be- fore the Fourth of July, and my hus- band has already put in the window air conditioners! I guess the climate change has really reached Beach, North Dakota, finally. Thursday, June 1 - Today was Marlys Updike's birthday! Exercises with Deb Lauf and in-town shopping both began at 10 a.m. At 2 p.m. an Afternoon with Red Skelton and Ice Cream Cones began down in the Ac- tivity Room with Lauf. Olivia Trask came to visit with A1 and Lucille Begger. Jessa Berger and Marie Kre- mers visited with Dolores Kremers and Florence Finneman. Friday, June 2 - Hair Time began at 8 a.m. with Lezlie Paul and Wendy Ekre as our hair ladies. They did a wonderful job of beautifying every- one who came. Mass began at 10 a.m. in the Chapel. Raymond Kahl, from Minnesota, visited with Chris- tine Finneman. He came for the Kre- itinger Reunion this weekend. Saturday, June 3 - Exercises began at 10 a.m. in the Activity Room. Herb Michels, from Midland, Mich., came to visit with Dorothy Stolberg. Sunday, June 4 - Adoration began the day at 8:30 a.m. in the Chapel. Word and Communion followed at ingo time. Dixie Abraham visited 9:30. Cards and Game Time began at with Edie Abraham. Tom and Diane 2:30 p.m. in the Dining Room with Schmitz visited Florence Miske and Coffee Time following at 3. Marley had dinner with her. Tracey Trask Abraham came to spend time with m came to see A1 and Lucille Begger. om, Edie Abraham, today and had Wednesday, June 7 - Fun With dinner with her also. Shelley Food with Marlene and Bethine Maxwell, from Sanford, Mich., came began at 2 p.m. in the Activity Room. to see Dorothy Stolberg. Brad and Edie Abraham, Marilyn Carlson, Flo- Roxanne Burman from Vernal, Utah rence Miske, Christine Finneman, , came to visit with Mert and Louie Dolores Kremers, Sheila Burman and Schlautmann. Shawnna and Jenesey Lois Smith all came to make fried i Wilux came from Roosevelt, Utah, ce cream four different ways. We also to spend time with Mert and made a pina colada flavored one, a Louie Schlautmann. strawberry shortcake one, a crunchy Monday, June 5 - Reading With one with apricot jam, and a Mexican Gary Riederer began at 2 p.m. in the chocolate flavored one. No one could Activity Room with Coffee Time fol- choose which was their favorite be- lowing at 3. Marli Wicka took Earl cause they loved them all! Bethine Bares to Dickinson to attend his sis- put together a platter with French ter-in-law, Elaine Bares's, funeral, bread, cheese, and summer sausage Tracey and Olivia Trask visited with to have with their coffee. So this A1 and Lucille Begger. week we all enjoyed our dessert first. Tuesday, June 6 - Exercises with Marie Kremers came with her three Deb Lauf began our day at 10 a.m. in grandchildren, Aubrie and Cruz the Activity Room. Then at 2 p.m. Dykins and Vada Szudera, to visit everyone made it down to the Activ- with Florence Finneman and Dolores ity Room again to play bingo with Kremers. Marilyn Carlson handing out prizes Inspirational thoughts for the and Gary Riederer doing the calling, week: "Any man can be a father, but Vicki Braden, Deb Lauf, Lois Smith, it takes someone special to be a dad." Christine Finneman, Dolores Kre- -Anne Geddes mers, and Wendy - our new kitchen "A grandfather is someone with person - all went outside to plant silver in his hair and gold in his flowers in the front planters during b heart." - Unknown large premium. While this is only an illustration, it's fair to say they would take a pocketbook hit. They'd be hit again if a state re- jects Obamacare rules that require insurers to cover people with pre- existing conditions. If they no longer could buy coverage, they'd have to turn to state high-risk pools, an old-fashioned solution that did- n't work well. And then, what about Medicare? One of the biggest changes so far is the elimination of Medicare State Health Insurance Assistance Pro- grams also known as SHIPs. Over 7 million people annually seek help from the SHIPs to understanding Medicare and choose Medigap poli- cies and Medicare Advantage plans. Because this program may dis- appear, if you think you'll need help with Medicare, I suggest you check in with your local program as soon Services (Continued from Page 1) as possible. Other services seniors rely are also on the chopping block. The Trump administration's budget calls for cuts in rental and heating assis- tance. Rental assistance for low-in- come families would affect some 250,000 households that receive housing vouchers, and the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities es- timates that about 60,000 of those households include seniors. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) may also disappear. About 40 percent of eligible households include at least one person aged 60 and older. Cuts to the food stamp program; and the elimination of federal funds to states through what's called a block grant will also mean some meals on wheels programs will have a harder time serving seniors. Directors of meals programs told Castro (Continued from Page 1) recommendation of 10 years in and she allege d the money could prison for Castro, with six years sus- have been a motive in the shooting. pended and credit for the approxi- McCabe didn't respond to a ques- mate year that Castro has been in jail. tion about Balester's claim at that Last month, T rudee Balester, an time. But prior to the June 8 hearing, Oregon woman who said she had McCabe told the Golden Valley been Young's guardian, said she re- News that such wasn't based in fact cently began to think about the case and such was a "horse (expletive)" more, and she remembered that Cas- question. tro owed Young money. Young gave Wenko said last month it would Casto $1,500 around Christmas be inappropriate for her to comment 2015, and $1,000 earlier. Balester on that matter. said Young told her about the money, GVN-BCP d me waiting lists in some communi- ties will be much longer. At stake is what kind of life Americans want for their oldest cit- izens? Pamela Tainter-Causey, the communications director for the National Committee to Preserve So- cial Security and Medicare, offered one answer: "We are saying that seniors are becoming the forgotten class." (Would seniors you know be af- fected by the changes being consid- ered? Write to Trudy at Listings for high school sport- ing events, plus public events that are free to anyone and aren't fund-raisers or aren't family or business invitations, can be pub- lished free of charge in this col- umrl. Medora All-Horse Flag Day Parade, 5 p.m., June 14 Medora Chamber of Com- merce monthly meeting, 4:30 p.m., Medora Community Center, June 8 to all participants ind to the Stovelands for believing in the Steffes Way! 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