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May 2, 2011 The Star Page 9 USDA raises statewid home loan limit Nadeau Tuttle Davis Dunseith Elementary School honors students Dunseith Elementary School recently named its stu- dents of the month for March. Kindergarten - Second grades Neeshya Nadeau. daughter of James and Bonnie Nadeau. has been selected as Dunseith Elementary Stu- dent of the Month for March. Neeshya is a student in Mrs. Graber's kindergarten class. She is an excellent stu- dent who shows respect for others and completes her work with a smile. Neeshya enjoys building puzzles, playing in water puddles, and reading books. Neeshya wants to be a cheer- leader when she grows up and loves eating broccoli. Third and Fourth Grades Brooke Tuttle. daughter of Bill and Rae Tuttle. and a third-grade student in Ms. Bullinger's classroom, is the March Student of the Month for third and fourth grades. Brooke was ch0~sen for this award because of her excel- lent work habits and academic success. She is a straight "'A" student. Brooke takes her schoolwork very seriously. She tries her best on all assignments-and does such a great job. She works cooperatively in groups with oth- ers. and is very respectful to her teacher and other staff members. Brooke has had her homework done on time through'- out the year. She is such a responsible student. Brooke is very deserving of the Student of the Month Award. Fifth and Sixth grades Halley Davis, the daughter of Beau and Desiree Davis, is Student of the Month for fifth and sixth grades. She is in Mrs. Julson's sixth-grade class. Hailey deserves to be Student of the Month because she is responsible and earns good grades. Harley is a good role model and she is respectful and helpful to others. Responsibility is an- other of Haitey's attributes because 5 ou can always count on her. Hailey is active in cross country, basketball, she plays the flute in band. and she volunteers at the Dunseith Community Nursing Home. Governor's Band to perform at Peace Garden Tl{e International Peace Garden is proud to present the North Dakota Governor's Band as their Mother's Day entertainment. Approximately fifty-five students will be performing under the direction of Mr. Bob Demke. Velva. North Dakota The performance will be held in the newly opened Interpretive Center at 12:30 p.m. In addition, a delicious Mother's Day Buffet will be served from 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Moth- ers may tour the greenhouse and re- ceive a free plant. There is no gate admission_ For viewing and purchase is the "Marshall Peace Garden Rose". The name was selected in honor of the late Henry Marshall. who was a member of the Board and Horticul- tural Planning Committee at the In- ternational Peace Garden. and late Please { Janet Rose Roszko, who found the original sport. Dr. Henry Heard Marshall of Manitoba was a self-taught scientist. and spent his career in field of horti- culture. He started with the native prairie rose. Rosa arkansana. Crosses were made between the hardy parent and the less hardy floribunda roses. The first generation cross were Assiniboine. Cardinette. Morden Centennial and the Morden Blush, The "Marshall Peace Garden Rose" is a pure white hardy rose. It was found as a basal sport of the Morden Blush. The "Marshall Peace Garden Rose" was selected by Janet Rose .Roszko; initial propagation & evalu- ation by Terry Roszko" commercially produced by Jeffries Nurseries Ltd.: registered Canadian Ornamental Plant Foundation (COPF) plant by Jeff-ties Nurseries Ltd. in Portage La Prairie. MB: with exclusive avail- ability International Peace Garden. At this first time sale, visitors will have a chance to purchase limited Marshall Peace Garden Roses on Mother's Day, May 8,2011. Certified Barlow: (HRS Wheat Seed) Certified DG Max: (Durum Seed) Certified DS Admirals: (Yellow Pea Seed) For more information and prices caii Cam Mickelson- 701-550-9223 Dick Mickelson: 701-550-9147 or leave a message at 701-477-5910 I I I WHEN: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 TIME: 4:00 P.M.- 5:00 P.M. Registration& Dinner 5:00 P.M.-6:30 P.M. Toy Bingo WHERE: Ojibwa Indian School Cafeteria WHO: Parents/Guardians New and/or Kindergarten In order to have a complete application, we must receive the following information: Registration Forms, Immunization Record, Birth Certificate, Certificate of Tribal Enrollment This event is for Parents/Guardians only. Lunch: Hot Dogs, Baked Beans, Chips, Fresh Fruit t Drawings held for completed Pre-registration form& Do not need to be present for drawings. Jasper Schneider. USDA Rural Development State Director. an- nounced that the statewide direct home loan limit in all North Dakota counties will increase from $ t 47.500 to $179.000. The change in IJSDA policy will allow more low- and- moderate- income earners to pur- chase housing. Schneider touted today's increase as a step in the right direction for North Dakotans looking into home ownership. The new loan limits help reach the "sweet spot' of a moderate priced home which has risen in recent years due to the increase in demand and as- sociated costs of building. Access to capital and appraisal gaps have cre- ated challenges in using traditional financing options. "'The combination of high de- mand and low supply for quality housing has created a sharp increase in the price of housing in many rural communities." Schneider said. "This increase will also help alleviate the cost barrier to construct affordable homes because of rising material costs and labor wages." The direct home loan limit had not been changed since 2005 and now is increasing by $31.500. which is a 21 percent increase. The new limit is effective immediately and will also apply to Corson County in South Dakota as it is-included in North Dakota's service area for Na- tive Americans. As established last year, the direct home loan limit in Williams County will remain at $224..590. This limit was raised cit- ing that the growth of energy pro- duction has led to a dramatic increase in the cost of housing and a shortage of available units to support the sur- rounding economy. To determine the appropriate area loan limit.-a market analysis was conducted of statewide residential property sales. The analysis included gathering data from local real estate compa- nies. brokers, building contractors and developers, lenders, city leaders and other regional partners. Based on the collected data. it was determined that the cost of construction for a modest home in the state averaged $179.000. rch is on forMiss N rth D; The Miss North Dakota Colle- giate America Pageant is searching for the next state and national repre- sentatives to compete for the North Dakota title the weekend of July 8- 10 at the Jamestown Civic Center. This is the first year under direc- torship of Tricia Seckerson. former Mrs. North Dakota America 2008. Applicants may be young women currently attending an accredited state college. This includes public, private and technical schools. Contestants will compete in Per- sonal Interview. Fun Fashion and Evening Wear with optional Photo- genic. The Miss Collegiate America Scholarship Pageant competition ex- ists for the purpose of providing per- sonal and profession opportunities for young women in high school. This is a scholarship pageant that helps young women achieve their goals, while providing a forum in which to express their talents, opin- Time to Get Your Hands Dirty! (or not) Do-it-yourself or we do it for you - Hanging baskets and containers ready to bdng instant color to your yard ions. and intelligence. The entrants will compete for a prize package valued at over $1.000 including entry fee to nationals March 6-10.20t2. in San Antonio. Texas. For More Information. contact: Tricia Seckerson at 701.320.4133 or by e-mail at: missndhigh@hot- mail.com. National website: www.americashighschoolpageant.co m I Opening Rock Lake - April 30 Rolla - May 2 Rolette - Week of May 1st Many new varieties of flowers & grasses Garden seed or starter plants Gift certificates & custom planting available IS her day! When you need tools that can handle everything, you need Husqvarna! 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