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Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. PAGE 19 Thursd; October l7 2013 House Agriculture Committee Ranking Member Collin Peterson today made the following state- ment after Representatives were appointed to the conference com- mittee that will negotiate the 2013 Farm Bill. "Appointing conferees might be a sign that, after repeatedly delaying and undermining the Agriculture Committee's work, Republican Leaders are finally getting serious about the farm bill. Conferees are committed to working together and getting a farm bill done but bringing divi- sive resolutions to a vote and appointing conferees outside the Agriculture Committee has made our jobs a lot harder. "The Democratic confer- ees represent our caucus and bring a great deal of expertise to the process. I am hopeful that if Republican leadership can be reasonable and leave the confer- ence committee alone to do its work that we will be able to finish a five-year, comprehensive farm bill this year." The following Democratic Members will serve on the Farm Bill conference: Leader's Representative: Congresswoman Marcia Fudge of Ohio, Chairwoman of the Con- gressional Black Caucus House Committee on Agriculture Ranking Member Collin Peter- son of Minnesota Congressman Mike McIntyre of North Carolina Congressman Jim Costa of California Congressman Tim Walz of Minnesota Food manager certification courses offered University of Minnesota Food Managers need four. hours Extension is offering two courses of continuing education credits Congressman KurtSchraderof tO help food service establish- within three years of becoming Oregon ments meet the educational certified. University ofMinnesota Congressman Jim McGovern requirements for Certified Food Extension educators and Univer- of Massachusetts Managers. sity specialists developed the Congresswoman Suzan Del- The initial certification course, four-hour Serve It Up Safely TM BeneofWashington using the ServSafe? curriculum, renewal course that meets these Congresswoman Gloria willbeofferedonTuesday, Nov. 19, criteria. Registration is due by Negrete McLeod of California at the Midtown Office Complex in Nov. 5. Congressman Filemon Vela of St. Cloud. The class will run from Pre-registration is required. Texas 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with the exam For more information, or a regis- House Committee on Foreign followingat4:30p.m. Participants tration form, call (507) 337-2819, Affairs: must attend all day to be eligi- or contact Connie Schwartau at Ranking Member Eliot Engel ofble to take the certification exam. NewYork This course includes information The Food Manager Certifi- House Ways and Means about safe food preparation, han- cation Course and Serve It Up Committee: dling, sanitation and prevention SafelyTM renewal course are also Ranking Member Sandy Levin of foodborne illnesses. Registra- available on-line. To get more of Michigan tion is due by Nov. 5. information about all of these Certification renewal for food classes go to managers will be held from 9 a.m. food-safety, or contact Connie to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19. It will Schwartau at be held at the Midtown Officeor(507) 337-2819. complex in St. Cloud. Certified Corey Czycalla REALTOr ]II ,A1LTY 720 Elm SL E., P.O. Box 298 Annandale 320-980-5897 Office:320-274-5737 ~'~.. .iMetro: 320490-4037 . [] iEmail: corey,czycalla@gmail,com Friendly Hometown Service ® Propane ® Motor Oil ® Soy Diesel • Gasoline ® Fuel • Tank Truck • Tires ® Transport • Kerosene LAND O'LAKES OIL & PROPANE F~m~,-~,wned & oper~ ~ 1029 121 Main St. South • Kimball M-F: 8-5 • 320-398-5455 HAPPY SATISFIED Phone: (320) 654-1522 23848 67th Avenue, St, Augusta :)ii )i~7! ~;i~! ii~~ 320-224-3216, Watklns, e-mail:( ! FOR ALl, YOUR EI,ECIRICAI, NEEDS,.. JUST LIKE YOUR NEIGHBORS l Ia~ BEEN rX31NG FOR ~ YEA1LS! Call Michael & Jerrod Nohner 320-453-2725 A leading provider of high quality custom kitchen and bath cabinets, mantels, entertainment centers and bars. All of our products are made with the highest quality of wood, marble, and laminate, 550 Meeker Ave. E. (320) 453-2718 • schlan GIVE ME A CALL TODAY! Plumbing & Heating, Inc. • Septic & holding tank pumping • Portable toilets & sewer cleaning >MAINTENANCE>REPAIRS>UPDATING License #20637648 • Building Site Preparation • Demolition • Basements * AdcJilons • Fill & Black Dirl * Septic Systems (new or repair) Larry: 320.980.3556 Kevin: 320.980.3558 Kurt: 320.980.6499 Ask about our I lome Comrort Service Plan Plumbing &Heating c" 29901 725th Ave. • Dassel For All Your Plumbing & Heating Needs 275-1246 ° 24/7 Service Available @PLUMBING @HEATING ~ELECTRIC • Master Licensed • Insured • Bonded • Residential & C4mmer¢ial • Remodel & New Construction John Hendrickson, Owrer -.-..-.-.:..:=::,=:=24 Hour Service 320-398-6193 - Plumbing, Heating • Sewer Cleaning • Back Hoe Digging Portable Toilets • Sewer Pipe Thawing ~, • Septic Tank Pumping ~.'%" (320) 286-2368 • Kingston °