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Section A - Oakes Times, Thursday, July 2, 2015 • LaMoure County Summer Musi- cal Theatre is excited for this year's fantastic production of "Noises Off!" by Michael Scanlan and .directed by Kelsey Johnson. The multi-award winning non-musical show opens Wednesday, July 8 at 8:00 p.m. and runs July 9, 10, and 11. On Saturday, July 11, audiences can see the show at 2:00 or 8:00 p.m. Audiences will enjoy seeing many returning young actors from across the region. "Noises Off!" is a nine- person ensemble production star- ring Saidee Oberlander (Valley City/ Fargo), Carson Good (LaMoure), Riley Loeks (LaMoure), Ryan Lar- son (Enderfin/Lisbon), Katie Ab- erie (LaMoure), Brittney Muske (LaMoure) Dalton Schnabel (Kulm), Maggie Oberlander (Valley City), and Tristan Dallman (Lehr). The high energy, non-stop jokes, and physical comedy will delight all audiences. Director Kelsey Johnson adds that her favorite part of the play is actually during the rehearsal pro- cess when the actors start to make connections between the punch lines set up in Act I that finally get played out in Act III. "The spark of realiza- tion that flashes on the actors' faces when they realize the true genius of Michael Scanlan's comedic gold is sometimes better than the joke itself - which is hard to top." Jokes aren't the only thing that keep the- their toes. In fact, the set itself is worth the ticket price. Going-to-be high school se- nior, Brent Larson (Lisbon), has been hard at work creating a two-story, 360-degree revolving, seven-door- one-window set throughout May and June. Throughout the three-act play, the cast and crew physically rotate the entire set so the audience gets a special "backstage look" of the play- within-a-play format. Actor Dalton Schnabel says, "We .( have an amazing set that rotates and Scanlan added to the script. really puts the entire production a Tristan Dallman, the tech guy and step up. It also shows the audience what life is like backs.tage." Larson isn't alone in creating the set magic. Fellow future senior, Larree Janssen (Fullerton), created the color scheme and worked hard painting the set into the magic the audiences will see. To compliment the set and colors of the 16th century posset mill turned va- cation house, Hannah Isakson (Dick- ey), a classmate of Janssen's, pulled and assembled the pseudo-80 busi- ness-style costumes and hair/make up the nine actors wear throughout the show. With pants-dropping, chemi- cal-burning, cactus-poking problems, Isakson has had her work cut out for her as she solved the physical comedy assistant stage manager of the play- within-a-play, has the most costume changes. He's got a new costume for each of the three acts, plus has to play a misunderstood body double for Car- son Good's character...which ups the ante and humor. Community members around the region won't want to miss this hilari- ous production. Tickets are available through the box office at 701-883-5230 Monday- Friday from 12 Noon to 4:00 p.m. Patrons can also buy tickets at the door each night of production. More information can be found at www.lc- smt.com or by ft. nding (and Liking) us on Facebook. Many North Dakotans enjoy pri- / xll~f~ vate fireworks at their homes or in their neighborhoods over the In- \1 .. ,pen ence Oay o,i ay Ourin their celebrations, the North Dakota /_ Department of Health (NDDoH)re- .~ "'-FFi .':'~~'~~/~..'"(//'~ ~"~/ minds North Dakotans to avoid fire- works related injuries. "While the Fourth of July is a time 7/~/~~ for family gatherings and fun, adult supervision is essential to keeping children safe during this holiday and throughout the year," said Mandy Slag, Injury Prevention Program Director. "Remember, safety is the number one priority to help make it an enjoyable holiday for everyone." According to the U.S. Product Safety Commission, two hundred people are injured each day in fire- The Conservation Cropping Sys-how he and his wife Rhonda battled survivor of droughts, blizzards, hard tems Project (CCSP) will hold its successfully to start and maintain a ,times and most of the things some- 14th Annual Field Day at its No-Till farming and ranching enterprise. Dr. one who has been in agriculture for Demonstration Farm 1 mile south Joel Ransom will present the NDSU all of his 60 plus years will see. of Forman ND on Thursday, July 9, winter and spring wheat variety tri- We will have our staff, farmer 2015 starting at 4:00pm. The theme als. Dr. Ransom will also talk about board members, and sponsors ready of this year's field day will be "Sur- his experience inAfrica working with and willing to share their experienc- vival Skills, now and for the future", depleted soils. Chandra Heglund, es and information A supper will be The easy times have come and gone, member of the NDSU Soil Healthserved starting at 6:00 pm sponsored so let's do what needs to be done Team will join Dr. Ransom and ex- by Titan Machinery and Northside keep us and our soil on the farm. plain the importance of their work Implement. CCSP is a part of the The CCSP farm consists of 200 and how to keep our soils healthy. Wild Rice Soil Conservation Dis- plots on a 1/4 section of land 1 mile We all paid the price for waiting to trict with sponsorship and advisory south of Forman North Dakota. The plant this year. Mud. We will have board members from the surround- farm grows several crops using no- members of the CCSP board discuss ing counties of Dickey, Ransom, till and strip- till farming methods what worked and did not work in and Richland from North Dakota, including corn, soybeans, winter and dealing with planting in less the opti- Marshall and Day County of South spring wheat, flax, alfalfa, switch mal conditions. Keith Anderson and Dakota.'The mission of the farm is to grass, and cover crops, crew will give lessons on soil gen- demonstrate and promote profitable Crop tour speakers scheduled esis, salinity, classification, and soil conservation farming methods. The to attend include Kevin and Isaiah health at the soil pit. Farm Talk with farm operates on the good will and Throener. Isaiah will talk about why Mick Kjar will be broadcasting live donations of its sponsors. For more soil erosion is a bad thing for his gen- from the farm from 1-3 pm including information please contact The Wild eration, and include a demonstration live interviews with attendees. Mick Rice Soil Conservation office at 701- that he did for a science fair project will also interview Jim Faulstich, 724-3247 ext 3 or visit our web site" this spring. Kevin will talk about South Dakota Farmer, Rancher, and at www.notillfarm.org. works-related accidents around the Fourth of July holiday. Common injuries include serious burns and harm to the eyes and hands, and even death. Sensible precautions can greatly reduce the risks of using fire- works. Follow these safety tips when han- dling fireworks: • Make sure fireworks are legal where you live before buying or us- ing them. • Read and follow all warnings and instructions. • Never allow children to play with or ignite fireworks. • Make sure people are out of range before lighting fireworks. • Light fireworks on a smooth, flat surface away from the house and flammable materials. • Keep a bucket of water or a gar- den hose handy in case of a malfunc- tion or fire. • Never relight fireworks that have not fully ignited. • Never point or throw fireworks at another person. • Light fireworks one at a time, then move back to a safe distance immediately. • Use extreme care when ap- proaching a firework that has mal- functioned or not ignited. For more information about fire- works safety, contact Mandy Slag, North Dakota Department of Health, at 800.472.2286 (press 1) or visit our website at www.ndhealth.gov/injury. 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