The Calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers in The Jamestown Sun free. To submit an activity, email it to email@example.com — with “Calendar” in the subject line or fax to 701-952-8477. Friday, Nov. 24
Monday: 5:15 p.m., Jamestown Tourism, Holiday Inn Express 803 20th St. SW; Wednesday: 9 a.m., Stutsman County Water Resource Board, lower level, Law Enforcement Center, 205 6th St. SE.
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for Nov. 22: * 12 traffic citations * 10 traffic warnings * 1 parking ticket * 3 accidents investigated * 4 criminal arrests * 2 warrants served * 5 crimes investigated
Jay Diemert, left, circulation director for The Jamestown Sun, presents a $1,000 check to Jim Roaldson, activities director at Jamestown High School. The money was raised from a spaghetti feed and is to be used for the high school activities fund.
Jamestown Board of Realtors recently presented items for the Salvation Army Food Pantry, represented by Zenithe Leininger, center. Pictured, from left, are Doris Hill of Midstate Realty, Tricia Seckerson of Blu Frog Realty, Jan Wright of The wRight Property, Leininger, Sally Domke of RE/Max Now, Teresa Stelton of Dardis Realty and Candice Dempsey of KW Inspire Realty. The goal was to make a positive difference in assisting those who need help during the holidays. Submitted
The student council sponsored a blood drive at Jamestown High School on Nov. 1-2, where 63 people volunteered to donate blood, and 52 were able to give. One person gave RBC/plasma. Fifty-three total products were collected, and 42 people volunteered for the first time. Ken Gardner coordinated the drive. Co-Chairs were Connor Rene and Caden Heinert. The student council was also responsible for registering donors and providing refreshments. Space to hold the drive was provided at Jamestown High School.
Barnes County North has released the names of those students listed on its “A”
Freedom Resource Center for Independent Living is hosting a Mason Jar Cookie Gifts event from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14, at James River Senior Center, 421 5th St. NE. There is no charge for the event. Freedom Resource Center will provide two jars and ingredients to each registered participant to make and take home. Preregistration is requested by Dec. 11 by calling Beth of the Freedom Resource Center at 252-4693.
Gate City Bank is celebrating donating more than 1 million reusable blue bags donated since 2007. Over the past 10 years, the bank said it has saved 700 million plastic bags from entering the environment. In recognition of reaching the milestone, Gate City Bank has announced a contest.
Two Rivers Activity Center sponsored a blood drive on Nov. 9, which had 52 people volunteer to donate blood and 44 able to give. One person donated RBC/ Plasma which resulted in 45 total products. Seven people volunteered for the first time. Amy Walters coordinated the drive and Comfort Beene helped call donors. Two Rivers Activity Center, the site of the drive, was also responsible for registering donors and providing refreshments.