The American Legion Auxiliary and men will meet at 5:30 p.m. for dinner with the meeting to follow at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 19, at the All Vet’s Club.
A Jamestown woman discussed her family’s farm operation at the Dec. 4 Kiwanis meeting. “I’m proud to leave a legacy for generations to come,” said Sarah Wilson of Wilson Farms, located southwest of Jamestown. Kiwanis member Chuck Axtman introduced Wilson as the speaker.
As a community bank with roots in the Upper Midwest, Dacotah Bank knows how important basic services are to rural America. That’s why it chose Jamestown Regional Medical Center Cancer Center as its recipient of a $25,000 gift.
Nicholas Mortenson was a member of the cast of the University of Mary’s production of “A Christmas Carol” Dec. 7-9 on the campus.
Lukas Rosenau, a student at Jamestown High School, was named Apple Award Student of the Month by Apple Core Enterprises, which operates Applebee’s Grill and Bar in Jamestown. Eligible students for the award must be seniors in high school in North Dakota and Western Minnesota.
Minnesota State University Moorhead will award degrees to about 485 students during its fall commencement program Thursday, Dec. 14, in the university’s Nemzek Fieldhouse. The 1 p.m. ceremony also includes nearly 120 graduate students. Area students expected to graduate include (listed by high school): Midkota High School: Jennifer Dahl, Master of Science
Thirty people volunteered to donate blood, and 19 were able to give during Barnes County North Public School’s blood drive on Nov. 14. One person gave blood on the automated 2RBC machine that collects two units of red blood cells which resulted in 20 total products.
Matt Kopp, a second-year law student at the University of North Dakota School of Law in Grand Forks, won first place in three categories at the law school’s annual Moot Court competition on Nov. 1.
Lincoln Elementary School students and staff donated over 800 items to the Salvation Army food pantry. Since they met their goal of 500 items, Thrivent followed up with a $500 donation for their efforts. Submitted
The Jamestown Parks and Recreation Commission approved on Monday the first rate increases for Hillcrest Municipal Golf Course since 2015. The commission approved the rate increases for the 2018 season based on a recommendation from John Ruff, the pro shop manager and Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department’s programs manager. He said the golf course rates hadn’t been raised since 2015 due to improvement work done in 2016 and last year.