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SUNDAY, FEB. 24, 2019 Info center Sidney City Council 0&A Kyso Rasmussen How long have you been a council member and why did you choose to join? I was sworn in July 2016. What do you like most about be- ing on council and what do you like least? Being able to advocate for our com- munity members. Being able to be a part of the decision making of our community and being entrusted to do so. Why do you think it’s important for people to attend council meet- ings? It is important for community mem- bers to be involved and informed in their communities. It is important for community members to understand how local government decisions are made. It is great to be able to advocate for ourselves and our families. What advice would you give to someone with a problem with city government or services? Talk to your alderman, let them know what your concerns are and also come up with some possible solutions. More about Kysa Rasmussen Age: 41 Occupation: Licensed clinical social worker Hometown: Mott, N.D. Family: Husband, Kale, children, Chris- tian, 11, Aiden, 9, Isla, 5 Hobbies: Baking, crafting and music. SIDNEY HERALD Sunday, Feb. 24 with medical expenses from luncheon will go to the hall for Concert at the Confluence is at noon to 6:30 pm. at the operations. 3 pm. The public is invited Sidney VFW Hall. A live auc— Senior meals lo a concert featuring Phi and tion starts at pm. The silent Meals at the Sidney Senior C’Dole lore. auction ends at 5:30 pm. Center are l l :30 am. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Monday, Feb. 25 Sunday, March 10 Meals at the Fairview Senior The Richland County commis- sioners are in their office from am. to p.m. in the Saturday, March 9 There will be a benefit chili din- ner to assist Dennis Albrecht The public is invited to the Sav- age Community The free will luncheon will courthouse. b in at 12:30 pm. Immedi- ate? following, will be the an- nua meeting, at which board directors and officers will be elected. All proceeds from the Center are l l:30 am. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Meals at the Savage Senior Center are at noon on Thursda 5. Meals at l e Lambert Senior Center are at noon on Tues days. Hall luncheon. Club announces Youth of the Quarter The Boys and Girls his favorite activities at Club of Richland County the club include Bingo, is proud to announce parties, science club and Braydon Herbel as its those special days when February Youth of the we have all-day club. Month for the 2018-2019 Braydon has been a school year. club kid for a few years He was nominated by now, and is a great friend the staff and voted for by to many at our club. He his fellow club members. is very active, but his Braydon has a brother quiet leadership has named Julian, and is the been noticed and appre- son of Kendra and Na- ciated. than Herbel. He is in the . _ He is always willing third grade where his ‘ _ to help out when needed, favorite subject is art. through 3611001 and um‘ and is a solid role model Brayden would like “lately go to 0011939 to be for the rest of the mem- to continue with art an art educator. Some of bers. Tesvalco expands into Sidney Tecvalco USA, a manufacturer and distributor of natural gas distribution products, has expanded into Sidney. The company is one of the leading providers of in-line heaters for natural gas and oil treaters, through their CWT Heater product line. “We are growing our presence in the United States to better serve our growing marketplace,” Mike Menger, president of Tecvalco USA, said. “The continued development and growth of Tecvalco USA’s product lines support- ing the Bakken, Williston Basin, and neighboring regions require that Tecv- alco makes available a local supply and service facility.” Menger noted that they had rec- ognized the immediate need in the region and will work to keep growing alongside their customers. “Our new facility in Sidney will provide an ideal location for the service and support of Tecvalco’s Vertical Heater Treater CWT products,” Menger said. “Ad- ditionally, this facility will allow us to further support our natural gas CWT Heater customers in the region.” Tecvalco USA is a manufacturer and master distributor that provides products that are both great value, and high quality engineered specific to the natural gas, industrial, municipality and petroleum industries. 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For each premium issue, your account balance will be charged an additional fee of $1.00 In the billing period when the section publlshes This will result in shortening the length of of your billi period. Premium issues sdleduled for the 2019 months: March, May, August, Novelllber, 20,19. These holidays fall on these days. In that case . The Sidney Herald is a member of the r © 2019 Sid Herald, Pnrtotiournnmenlg;g BILL VANDER WEElE l SIDNEY HERALD 3,: Fairview’s cheerleaders perforate half-time routine at the District 2C basketball tournament-held in Sidney. Senn inducted into company's Hall of Fame Harvey Senn, LUTCF, FIC, CLTC of Sidney was one of 11 financial professionals recently inducted into the presti- gious Thrivent Financial Hall of Fame. Senn is a financial associate for the North- land region of Thrivent Financial. The Hall of , Fame is one of the high- est honors Thrivent gives to financial professionals in its field organization. Inductees have served the organization for at least 20 years, guiding Christians on the Wise with Money Journey and helping them lead confident, content and generous lives. Since the Thrivent Hall of Fame began in 2003, 247 financial profession- WICK126154 'als have been inducted. “We’re so thankful for Senn’s dedication to our members and Thrivent,” said Tom Young, se- nior vice president of distribution at Thri- vent. “Senn believes in helping our members develop a healthy rela- turns come along the way. He always goes the extra mile to make sure Thrivent members have the guidance, tools and resources they need to make wise financial deci- sions that reflect their values.” ABOUT rHRlv'l‘ur Thrivent is a not-for- profit financial services organization that helps Christians on the wise with money journey. As a mission-driven, member- ship-owned organization,_ it offers its more than ‘ 2 million members and customers a broad range of financial products, tionship with money, no matter what twists and Tickets $90 Annual Banquet Saturday, March 9 Richland County Event Center Social Hour 5:00 p.m. - Dinner 6:00 p.m. v Catered by file Ranger“New Ownership” Prime Rib and Shrimp Dinner Raffles Live Auctions including 19 guns Includes dimer for plus a tax deductible Pheasants Forever membership. Tickets available at the door. For more information, Funds raised at our annual banquet are used for habitat improvement in our county. Kyle Carter (President) to call or text 701 -310-5966_ services and guidance to help them obtain a life of contentment, confidence and generoSity. You are cordially invited to our