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The students at Dickinson's Lincoln Elementary School were treated to smoothies during the Dairy Fair held in conjunction with the school's Spring Fling. The smoothies were prepared by licensed dietitians at the Southwestern District Health Unit. "We served about 360 smoothies. People came back for seconds. That's a good sign," said dietitian Jo Marie Kadrmas. Students also were invited to have their picture taken with "milk mustaches." "People who chose the milk mustaches really had a good time," she said.
National Park Service volunteer Terry Lincoln resumes his observations of nesting golden eagles this month. He's been monitoring nesting sites for the past 11 years in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. "I started on my own time. I really enjoy hiking and camping and watching animals. I checked in with the folks at the park, asking them what I can do to help out," said Lincoln, who is director of Bismarck's Dakota Zoo. Lincoln's observations are added to the park's data base to help rangers interpret the information for tourists, and help the park regarding management decisions.
The PostEverywhere services provided by a Hebron software company are moving truck freight more efficiently across the United States and Canada. The software programmers are currently restructuring the present services to make the system more efficient, said company President Mark Draeb. "We're streamling the infrastructure," he said.
Twelve Dickinson volunteers are raising funds for a trip to El Torno, Bolivia, through Medical Ministry International. "This is a chance for our medical community to serve Jesus Christ in donating their time by providing medicine, surgeries and health education to our world's poor," said Lisa Dolezal, who is serving as a surgical nurse on the team. The team also includes Dr.
A group of castaways is marooned on a tropical island, but the action really begins when it encounter a band of pirates. Pirates, a treasure chest and romance add up to a performance of fun and adventure at South Heart High School. The school's drama club is presenting "Pirate Island!" during performances at 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, March 24-25 in the school gymnasium. The three-act comedy is directed by Sheila Hlibichuk. "The band of pirates has been there quite a while. The only thing keeping them there is the story told by the leader about a treasure chest," she said.
The Ukrainian pysanky show and sale is featuring Easter eggs created by two different cultures. The show starts at 1 p.m. today, March 18, at the Dickinson Ukrainian Cultural Institute. Gladys Faiman is displaying Easter eggs made by the Czech egg decorating art of Kraslice. "This is a beautiful art that our parents and grandparents never talked about," she said. The straw-decorated eggs are called slamensky. Barley, wheat and oat straw stems are cleaned, soaked in boiling water and ironed flat.
The North Dakota EMS Association is seeking passage of three House bills directed toward rural ambulance service operations. "House Bill 1296 would provide $2 million in the form of grants to rural ambulance services to help stabilize them and to provide a measure of viability for their squads," said Dean Lampe, association executive director. "House Bill 1161 and 1162 are policy bills to provide sustemic changes in the way we need to license ambulance services.
Eleven people from Dickinson, New England, Belfield and Medora recently completed the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)-basic course offered by the Dickinson Ambulance Service. Ambulance service managers Lynn Hartman and Penny Lewis coordinated the classes. "They'll be able to work in the back of the ambulance doing patient care. They take all the vital signs. They do patient assessments, whether it's a medical or a trauma patient," said Hartman. "Most ambulance services have a set of written standing orders. We don't have to contact the emergency room for everything.