Founded on October 2010
Country, Variety, Rock, Originals
Jake Beyer-Male Lead Vocals
B.J. Tweed-Rhythm Guitar
Katie Larson-Female Lead Vocals
Altered Vision was created in late 2010 from the strong desire of five friends to make music any way they could.
Red Ball Road
Small town famous
Our little town
Rollin down the river
What’s your drink
It’ll All Be Okay
Altered Vision was created in late 2010 from the strong desire of five friends to make music any way they could. That desire intensified rapidly, going from basement jam sessions to live performances in seven short months. With a varied set list and musical tastes, Altered Vision was coined as a “rockin’ eclectic quintet” says Randy Erickson of the LaCrosse Tribune. Withholding any limits on genre, they satisfy a crowd with classic rock, country, alternative as well as their original music.
Patience Renning 608-317-2961 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Wilkin County Youth and Community Prevention Coalition is to prevent and reduce youth substance abuse and to encourage youth to make healthy, safe decisions.
Purpose and Goals
1. To reduce substance abuse among youth and, over time, among adults by addressing the factors in the county that increase the rist of substance abuse and promiting the factors that minimize the risk of substance abuse.
2. To strenthen and maintain collaboation among community members to support the drug prevention efforts of the coalition.
The Wilkin County Youth and Community Prevention Coalitoin (formerly known as ATOD) was established in September of 2003 with funding from Wilkin County Public Health and the Wilkin County Collaborative. In 2005 the Coalition applied and was awarded a Drug Free Communities Support Program (DFC) grant from the federal government.
The DFC Project Director is Debra Jacobs, Director, Wilkin County Public Health. The YCPC Co- Coordinators are Trina Reinke and Naomi Miranowski, Wilkin County Public Health.
Coalition membership is open to any individual who believes and supports the mission and goals of the Coalition. The YCPC Board has representation from at least 12 sectors in the community. They are; law enforcement, state/local government, schools, media, healthcare, business, civic/volunteer, faith community, parents, youth, youth serving organizations and other organizations involved in reducing youth substance abuse. These members attend the monthly meetings and help to make the organizational and administrative decisions of the coalition.
The coalition is also organizing a special volunteer task force, or "supporting members" whose role is to provide assistance to the coaltion for special events and community activities as a volunteer committed to helping the coaliton realize its mission.
The YCPC Board meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at 9:30AM. The meetings are held at the Wilkin County Extension Office Community Room. Meetings are open to the public.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the YCPC board, or becoming a part of the volunteer task force (supporting member) please contact Naomi or Trina.
Wilkin County Youth and Community Prevention Coaltion
Wilkin County Public Health
PO Box 127
Breckenridge, MN 56520
(218)-643-7122 (phone) (218)-643-7166 (fax)
Trina: email@example.com Naomi: firstname.lastname@example.org
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A southeastern North Dakota lawmaker opposed to a Red River diversion project that would flood land in his district says impacts of the channel have not been addressed and more study is needed.
Republican Senator Larry Luick of Fairmount has introduced a bill requiring the state Water Commission to study the project. Luick says there are negative consequences beyond those outlined by the Army Corps of Engineers and the commission should review water retention as an alternative to the diversion.
The nearly $2 billion project would protect about 200,000 people.
Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney says $22 million is already being spent by the corps and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to look into many of the issues in Luick's bill.
A hearing on the bill is scheduled Friday in Bismarck.
Farmer; Excavation Contractor
AAS, Diesel Mechanic, NDSCS
Past President, Fairmount Public School Board; Past Director, Organic Crop Improvement Association (OCIA); Past Member, OCIA Internal Review Committee; Past Director, South East Education Cooperative; Vice-chair, Agriculture Interim Committee, 2014; Water Topics Interim Committee, 2014; ND Representative, US Ag Summit, 2012, 2013, 2014; International Legislative Forum; Red River Basin Commission
Married (Yolanda); 5 children
Senate since 2011