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The Star May 24, 2021 Plan May 29 Wedding at Faith Lutheran ‘Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nis- sen, 126 3rdAve., E., West Fargo, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Irene, to Dennis N. Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berg, Dayon. ' Miss Nissen is a gradu- ate of West Fargo High School and is employed by the Credit Bureau of Fargo-Moorhead. Berg is a graduate of the Dayon High School and also a 1968 graduate of the North Dakota State University. Last October he returned from VietNam after serving two years in the US. Army. v A May 29th wedding is planned at the Faith Lutheran Church, West Fargo. State 3993 increase in aquatic nuisance species North Dakota has seen an in— crease in aquatic nuisance species in the last decade, yet the state remains in pretty good shape with the low number of waterbodies with invasive species. Even so, public awareness about ANS, including zebra mussels, and the actions that help prevent their spread, remains a priority of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. All peo- ple who recreate on North Dakota wa- ters, from anglers, waterfowl hunters, to pleasure boaters, play such a huge role in preventing the spread of ANS. And the way that they do this is by being informed. 1 Ben Holen, Game and Fish Depart— ment ANS coordinator said state, local and federal partners will join Game and Fish May 16-22 during Aquatic Nuisance Species Awareness Week in the continued educational effort of pre- venting the introduction and spread of ANS in North Dakota waters. This Department’s ongoing, statewide ANS communications effort, which has been repeatedly bolstered over the years, continues, and seems even more relevant today'with the .ar- rival of zebra mussels in sometNorth Dakota waters. 3 “ , Adult zebra mussels were first dis- covered in North Dakotaini the Red River in 2015. In the last'handful of years, these exotics, which cause major infrastructure problems and a variety of unwanted influences in nat— ural underwater environments, have been discovered elsewhere in the state, Lake Ashtabula and Lake LaMoure in- cluded. “EduCation is our number one pri- ority at the Game and Fish Department because everybody plays a part and must be educated on the issue,” Holen said. “This is a citizens of North Dakota issue because aquatic nuisance species can affect citizens directly or indirectly in the state.” Having a fair amoUnt of fun Despite a little wind, the St. John reading fair made a triumphant re- turn last week after a'one-year absence. The event featured a variety of games, food and fun as the student and staff celebrated the end of the school year. Saturday .- May 29 Gefroh 18 4th St. NE Julie Mears & Cheryl Good ‘ 307 2nd St. NE 120 volt electric winch with Kids, junior & missy clothes and shoes, kitchen items, single bedding cable, water tank, antiques EV and EM Gaio 206 1st St. NE Furniture, dishes, home fur- nishings 4 Pary Rummage 501 9th Ave NE Elect. Fire Place Bar stools Two family sale - Gailfus Home Decor 812 4th St. NE Kids 'clothes/toys, adult clothes, misc. household K. V'OJSponsoredby. A, , Rollo I ' Air compressor, pots and pans, electric roaster (like N, ,. new) of Commerce Bill Stein multi-party rum- mage p 909 5th St. NE Household items, kids and adult clothing ‘ carolyn Heller, others 806 5th St. NE nnette 80th birthday party June I 1-3 pm. ‘ Legion Cabin Everyone welcome ESDAV, JUNE 1 JAM-Trice"; i Rolette Public School District No.29 NOTICE OF ANNUAL L SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION Per NDCC 15.1-09-09, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TUESDAY the 8th day of'June 2021, the school board election will be held at Rolette Public School. Electing the following school board members: - One (1) member forthe RURAL Area North of highway 66 for a three (3) year term All candidates of the Rolette Public School District #29 are voted. on by the district at large. Anyone who is 18 years of age that has resided in the Rolette Public School District #29 for at least 30 days is entitled to vote in the election. Proper ID required. ‘ The poll will be open at eleven o’clock AM Central Daylight Savings Time and close at seven o’clock PM Central Daylight Savings Time. The polling location is located in the Rolette School Cafeteria at 901 3rd Ave NE. Absentee ballots are available in the Business Manger’s office until 4:00 pm. June 7th. Michele Grenier, Business Manager 12 Cooked Ribs ea Half Rack $ Cooked Ribs...... ea, PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 2021 202 Main St. * Rolla, ND 0 701—477-3119 www.Ieeversfoods.com We reserve the flglli to (Inn! quantities No! rcsmnsmle (or typographrcal errors