6/29/2005 – News
Volume 122, Number
New road across the water
Riley Bros. construction is building a new road across the water which will become ND 19. The new road will extend ND 19 west across Devils Lake to meet new US 281 which is being constructed west of Minnewaukan. This photo looking west was taken from the junction of US 281 and ND 19 three miles north of Minnewaukan. One can see trucks and dust on the new roadbed about a quarter mile across the water. The pile of rocks in the lake in the center of the photo once protected Great River Energy’s highline, which has been moved.
Four from Maddock in "Fiddler on the Roof"
Peter Foss and Lanny, Lisa and Dylan Faleide of Maddock are appearing in this summer’s musical production of "Fiddler on the Roof" at the historic Ft. Totten Little Theatre. Shows run Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday every week in July beginning July 6 starting each night at 7:30 p.m.
except for the Sunday, July 31 performance, which is at 2 p.m. Ticket information is available by calling 662-8888 for seats.
Lanny Faleide and Peter Foss are reprising the roles they played in the
1994 Maddock Prairie Players’ production of "Fiddler" as lead character Tevye and the radical student, Perchik, respectively. Lisa Faleide plays Golde, Tevye’s wife, in the Little Theatre production and Dylan is a son/villager. Lisa was director of the Prairie Players’ production and mimed the part of the fiddler and 9-year-old Dylan was still a gleam in his parents’ eyes. Many from the Maddock area took part in that 1994 production of "Fiddler."
"Fiddler on the Roof" is the story of the poor dairyman, Tevye, trying to scratch out a living in the early 1900’s in a Russian Jewish settlement.
Russia is on the brink of revolution and the musical depicts the struggles this brings to Tevye and his fellow villagers. More importantly, though, the musical shows the difficulty Tevye and his family have adjusting their traditional ways and devotion to God to a changing world. It is a musical full of pathos, good humor and humanity suitable for the whole family.
On the left is Peter Foss. Lanny, Lisa and Dylan Faleide are on the right.
All are from Maddock.
Golf letter winners
The Leeds High School golf awards night and pizza party were held May 22.
Team members who met the criteria to letter were awarded their athletic letter and pins. Special awards went to Ross Braun, left, most valuable player for the boys team. Steve Hausmann, right, was the most improved boys team member.
Dallas Johnson was the most valuable girls team player. Not pictured is Nikki Herman, most improved girls team member.
Takes 4th place
Sheri Tuchscherer of York received fourth place out of 82 watercolors at the Pekin Art Show last weekend. Mrs. Tuchscherer finished this painting the day she had to deliver it.
Leeds city auditor Tammy Urness is surrounded by a flock of flamingos and Winnie the Pooh and friends who descended on the Leeds city office June 21 in honor of her birthday. The gathering of flamingos is a fund-raiser of the Leeds Active Women. The flamingos gather to visit people on special occassions. Who will be next?
The Benson County Farm Bureau presented two $300 scholarships to two Maddock students. Benson County Farm Bureau president, Loren Knutson, center, is shown with the recipients, Brian Grondahl, left, and Jeff Wald, right. Selection of recipients of the Rural Studies Scholarship is based on their accomplishment in the areas of academics, agriculture and leadership.
In the area of academics, both exceeded the required 3.0 grade-point average. Both demonstrated strong leadership abilities in many extracurricular activities as well as community involvement. Both have taken EMT training and volunteer with the Maddock Ambulance Service. Both have held FFA offices and have been involved with many FFA projects, and both have received many awards for their endeavors. One of the special projects the Maddock FFA has been carrying out is Farm Bureau’s safety program, ABC — Always Be Careful — on the Farm. This is a safety program taught to the second and fifth grades.
Team earns gold
Four members of the A. S. Gibbens FFA Chapter of Maddock participated in the State Food Science Contest at the 76th State FFA Convention held at NDSU in Fargo. Left to right are Heidi Simon, Elisa Buehler, Kassandra Griffin and Cody Lunde who received a gold team award and were 7th high team out of 33 teams in the contest. Elisa was 7th high individual out of
133 FFA members participating in the contest and received a gold award.
Heidi, Kassandra, and Cody received silver awards. The event involves a variety of learning activities related to food science and technology in the food industry. The competition covers product development and presentation, along with food safety issues and identification.
Participants use their sensory skills to evaluate and solve problems while applying sound principles in a decision-making process.