Dunseith Alumni Reunion Dinner:
Folks, we were trying not to have to collect for the dinner in advance, but we will be charged for the number we give the caterer, so that pretty much locks us into collecting in advance for those that would like the dinner. Verena has make arrangements with a catering service out of Rugby. This is what she has made arrangements for:
Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Corn, Bacon/Lettuce Cauliflower Salad, Dinner Roll and Dessert for $10.00 per plate.
It’s not a requirement to purchase the catered dinner to attend the reunion. Verena asked the caterer if they could provide food for purchase, on site, for those that prefer not to have the catered dinner. They said they could make a few roast beef sandwiches, cold cuts, etc that could be purchased on site.
Verena has calculated $5.00 per head to cover all miscellaneous expenses. This includes the Facility, decorations, table covers, several cakes, the hiring of a clean up crew the following day, etc
For those of you desiring the catered meal, please send your payment of $10.00 Plus $5.00 ($15.00 total) per person payable to
PO Box, 785
Dunseith, ND 58329
The caterer has given us a deadline of May 14th.
For those attending that have not paid in advance, we will be collecting the $5.00 registration fee at the registration desk the day of the reunion.
We will be making contact with all of you signed up for the reunion, that we do not get a reply from, to make sure you are informed of the reunion details.
Frozen Fingers “Just Us” Photo’s: Dave Mettler (Bottineau), Don Boardman (60) & Tina Pladson Bullinger (78):
Provided by Dave Mettler and Neola Kofoid Garbe:
Terry Rishling, originally from Belcourt, Died in Kosovo:
Neola Kofoid Garbe: Minot & Bottineau, ND.
I’ve been waiting for this info to be in the Minot Daily, as I wanted whatever news I sent about Terry, was accurate.
Soldier who died in Kosovo originally from Belcourt
BELCOURT A North Dakota Army National Guard soldier who died while deployed to Kosovo is originally from Belcourt.
Sgt. Terry L. Rishling, 38, Fargo, is the son of John and Gloria Rishling of Belcourt. He graduated from Turtle Mountain Community School in Belcourt in 1991.
Rishling died Wednesday while deployed to Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo, with Multi-National Battle Group-East, Kosovo Forces 12, on a NATO peacekeeping mission, the Guard announced Friday. Rishling was not feeling well and went to the hospital where he died of apparent natural causes, Guard officials said.
Rishling was a team leader for Third Squad, Third Platoon, assigned to Alpha Company, 231st Maneuver Task Force out of Valley City.
A memorial service was held Monday at Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo.
Rishling joined the N.D. Army Guard in 2001. His survivors also include his wife, Nancy, and two daughters, Sophie and Courtney, Fargo.