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Page 6 The Star Augus 2, 2021 FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS One stop for fun Hundreds of kids found fun in'the 1-Stop Mar- ket’s parking lot last week. The business offered V free bouncy games during a customer apprecia- tion event. The North Dakota Industrial Commission recently approved two new Bank of North Dakota (BND) loan programs to help the state’s live— stock producers cover expenses re- lated to the extreme drought conditions in the state. Producers must work with their local lender to determine if the programs are appro- priate for their situation and make ap- plication through. them. The Livestock Drought Loan Pro- gram will cover ag-related costs in- curred as a ‘result of' the 2021 drought. Applications will be ac- cepted through June 30, 2022. Loans are made for up to a five-year term at a fixed interest rate of 3.50%. Pro- ceeds may be used for items such as production or purchase of feed; trans- portation of feed or livestock; ob- taining water for livestock to include drilling a well, piping or hauling; for- age and seed costs; cover crops; silaging costs or insecticide costs. The Livestock Rebuilder Loan Program is designed to strengthen the livestock industry post-drought by providing a financing program to help livestock producers who had to reduce the size of their herd due to lack of feed supply. This program has an extended application deadline of June 30, 2023 and provides funds for Peace Garden holding exhibit The International Peace Garden is excited to welcome a new Garden art exhibit from local Boissevain artist Don Engbrecht that includes 12 unique metal sculptures. . Each piece of this collection is unique and leans heavily into the nat- ural world and agricultural imagery — a fitting tribute, as the majority of iron used is from retired farm equip— ment. The collection is currently on display and is expected to be available for at least a year. Visitors to the gar- dens will be able to view these pieces of art at their leisure in an outdoor gallery flanked by Garden spaces. Don Engbrecht is a longtime resi- dent of Boissevain, MB. Now retired, Engbrecht spent his professional life working in the agricultural sector. From the late 1990’s until 2016, he and his wife, Betty, created and de- veloped Anchorage Gardens by con- verting their farmyard into a tourist destination. Although the continued expansion of Anchorage Gardens ceased due to Betty’s dementia symptoms worsening, Engbrecht’s love 'of creating metal sculptures has not. Engbrecht is no stranger to the Peace Garden, it’s a place he has vis- ited throughout his life. He is proud to have contributed somethinglposi- tive to a space that he values greatly. CEO Tim Chapman remarked, “Art and nature have long been inex- tricably connected to creativity, in— spiration and healing. We are thrilled to welcome Don’s sculptures to the Garden and help him continue to share his art with others.” For more information, www.peacegarden.com. visit producers to purchase and rebuild breeding stock. This ensures that pro- duces have adequate time to assess the situation and create their business plan torebuild their herds. The loan is available for up to a seven—year term at a fixed interest rate of 3.50%. “This is a pivotal time for the live- stock industry in North Dakota. It is crucial that we shore up resources that allow livestock producers to suc- cessfully navigate the drought,” the Industrial Commission said in a joint statement. “These Bank of North Dakota programs are one of several avenues being used to relieve the fi- nancial stress they are experiencj ing ” stakeholders including trade associa- tions, livestock producers, bankers and state agencies to determine needs before developing the programs. 3' up your child(ren) - Birth Certificates '- Immunizations Returning students will also need to fill out applications. Applications are now being accepted. Stop by the school between the hours of 8:00 am. to 3:00 pm. to pick up an application or you can download an application on our school website: dunseithdayschool@k12. The application when completed can also be emailed to the follow addresses: nicole.poitra@dunseithdayschool.com pamela.defender@dunseithdayschool.com Please call (701') 263-4636 if you have any question. .ND staff held meetings with' ,3... Dunseith Indian a Shool Registration ' SY 2021-2022 Kindergarten and New Student Enrollment Please have the following documents when signing - Certificates of Indian Blood There is $150 million dedicated for the two programs and loans will be made on a first-come basis. More de— tailed information is available at www.bnd.nd.gov. “The local lender is 'most familiar with their customers who are pro— ducers and will work closely with them to access the programs if they NOTICES A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens’ everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years. nd.us. are needed,” stated Todd Steinwand, interim president of BND. “We are grateful to the local banks and credit unions for their continued willing- ness to facilitate the distributiOn of state funds.” The Bank’s mission “to support agriculture, commerce and industry” has not changed since its earliest days in 1919. The only state-owned bank in the nation, the Bank of North Dakota is overseen by the Industrial Commission, which consists of Gov- gemor Doug Burgum as chairman, At- torney General Wayne Stenehjem and Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. Calling all teen writers: Write across America this summer Just because school is out for the summer, that doesn’t mean your cre- ative journey needs to be put on pause. This August, embark on a writing tour of America with the #TeensWriteAcrossAmerica Marathon (TWAAM)! Hosted by teen writers for teen writers, this writing marathon will take you around the country as you meet with peers in a judgment-free virtual space to explore your creativity. Join us to cultivate a writer’s eye, ear, and mind while writing and sharing writing in a supportive community of writers. The Writing Marathon will meet every Wednesday from August 4, 2021 , to September 8, 2021, for 90- minute sessions (8:00—9:30 pm ET). This marathon is open to all teen r writers. Whether you’re experienced or just starting out, we want to hear from you! Each week, young writers will be inspired by a new virtual host loca— tion. A peer will lead the group in writing and sharing exercises. Writ— ers celebrate each other at the end of each session by sharing their favorite lines. No criticism is offered, just a simple “Thank you for sharing.” For our last session, we will invite young writers to bring one piece of writing from any of their marathon stops for feedback and revision! Our talented host writers will help you polish it up to enter the 2022 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. How to Participate You will receive a Zoom link to i join each event 48 hours before we meet. Schedule - Wednesday, August 4, 8:00—9:30 pm ET: Hosted by the Red River Val- ley Writing Project (Fargo, ND) 0 Wednesday, August 11, 8:00— 9:30 pm ET: Hosted by the Los Ange- les Writing Project (Los Angeles, CA) Wednesday, August 18, 8:00— 9:30 pm ET: Hosted by the Middle Tennessee Writing Project(Murfrees- boro, TN) - Wednesday, August 25, 8:00— 9:30 pm ET: Hosted by the Prairie Lands Writing Project (St. Joseph, MO) 0 Wednesday, September 1, 8:00— 9:30 pm ET: Hosted by the Long Is— land Writing Project (Garden City, NY) Wednesday, September 8, 8:00— 9:30 pm ET: Feedback and Revision TWAAM was created by the Na— tional Writing Project in collabora- tion with the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, the nonprofit or- ganization that presents the Scholas- tic Art & Writing Awards. Summer Reading Program FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 2021 9 AM TO 11:30 AM AT BO LA CIT HAL IRESENTED BY RBLLA DUBLIC LIBRARY FARM REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Farm real estate described as follows: - PARCEL ONE (Towner County, North Dakota): Township 163 North, Range 68 West - section 16: N1l2 - PARCEL TWO (Towner County, North Dakota): Township 163 North, Range 68 West - Section 29: NE1l4 o PARCEL THREE (Towner County, North Dakota): Township 163 North, Range 68 West - Section 17: - PARCEL FOUR (Towner County, North Dakota): Township 163 North, Range 68 West ' Section 19: - PARCEL FIVE (Towner County, North Dakota): Township 163 North, Range 68 West - Section 20: - PARCEL SIX (Towner County, North Dakota): Township 163 North, Range 68 West 0 Section 20: - PARCEL SEVEN (Towner County, North Dakota): Township 163 North, Range 68 West 0 Section 18: PARCEL EIGHT (Towner County, North Dakota): Township 163 North, Range 68 West - Section 21: SW1I4 S1/2 N1/2N1I2 E1I2NW1I4 & N1I2NE1I4 S1/2 s1/2s1/2 THE PROPERTIES will be sold as'separate parcels, and bids shall be for the total dollar amount for each parcel and not per acre. Bids should be filed at GIBBENS LAW OFFICE, Cando, North Dakota, no later than Tuesday, August 17, 2021 at 10:00 am. At that time, the bids will be opened and the five (5) highest bidders will be notified that they will have the opportunity of raising their bids orally on Friday, August 20, 2021 with Parcel 1 beginning at 9:00 am. The high bidder or bidders of each parcel at the conclusion of the sale will be notified within one business day of the sale if his bid is accepted or re- jected. If the high bid is accepted, the buyer will deposit fifteen percent (15%) of the sales price with Gibbens Law Office Client Trust Account and will have sixty (60) days to make full payment of the purchase price. Failure to make full payment of the purchase price for the land within sixty (60) days will consti- tute a forfeiture of buyer's deposit of fifteen percent (15%) of sales price as liquidated damages. Sellers will furnish up-to-date abstracts of title, Warranty Deed, and guar- antee of marketable title. All real estate taxes for the calendar year 2021 and prior years will be paid by Sellers. Sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids. For further information and to receive a bid packet, please contact: GIBBENS LAW OFFICE, Cando, North Dakota, Attorney for the Sellers. Phone number: 701-968-3342; e-mail: bruce@gibbenslaw.com