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Legal Notices 8-29

By Staff | Aug 29, 2020

NOTICE OF NAMES OF

PERSONS APPEARING TO BE

OWNERS OF ABANDONED

PROPERTY

Notice is hereby given that the fol-

lowing persons, their heirs, execu-

tors, administrators, successors or

assigns, may be entitled to property

(not real estate) which has been

presumed abandoned under the Un-

claimed Property Act (NDCC

Chapter 47-30.1). The Act requires

all businesses to file annual reports

of unclaimed property. These names

are from the most current annual re-

ports.

*=Rugby

Anderson Evelyn J 111 3rd St SW *

Armstrong Mary Jane 101 5th Ave

SW *

Arthur Kris 6650 31st NE Ave *

Arthur Kurt 6650 31st Ave NE *

Bachmeier Adam 940 52nd Sne *

Bachmeier Estate 710 Eastgate Dr

SE *

Barkhartsmeier Tom 2811 66th St

NE *

Berdahl Jeff 900 3rd Ave SE *

Bickler 704 2nd Ave SE *

Bonn Kathy 708 3rd St SW *

Boyd Jelani 219 S Main Ave Apt 1 *

Brevig Ole*

Brossart Nick J 6450 Hwy 3 S *

Cobblestone Inn & Suites 402 Hwy 2

E *

Faine Jesse 307 4th Ave SE *

Grice Dustin 398 Co Rd *

Haight Michael 814 Eastgate Dr *

Hartl William Hwy 2 Collision Center

*

Heart Of 800 S Main Ave *

Heilman Jason 3251 56th St NE *

Heintz Alice 418 S Main Ave *

Hoffert Laura 5539 39th Ave NE *

Hornstein Paul PO Box 354 *

Korb Darin 607 Parkland Dr SW *

Kruse Douglas 206 6th St SE Apt

#12 *

Lebret Jaren M PO Box 314 *

Miller Chad 6390 34th Ave NE *

Monson Glory 604 12th St NE *

Pierce County Dairy Herd Assoc Rr1

Box 21 *

Rugby Insurance Agency Llc PO

Box 285 *

Schmitt Clemens 4720 11th Ave NE

*

Schmitt Jodi 4720 11th Ave NE *

Schneider Leroy 2240 47th St NE *

Selensky Dale 224 5th St SE *

Serrato David 702 5th St SE *

Smith Gregory 501 4th St SW *

Thingelstad Harland 119 2nd St SW

Apt 3 *

Trottier Linda PO Box 101 *

Virgil L Wollenburg & Lorraine 135

1/2 S Main *

Why 2 Collision Center Hwy 2 Colli-

sion Center *

For information concerning this pro-

perty, including previously reported

properties not yet claimed, or for

ADA auxiliary aids, visit the ND Un-

claimed Property website at

unclaimedproperty.nd.gov.

(08/04/2020)

Jodi Smith

Land Commissioner

(August 29, 2020)

NOTICE

Pierce County Planning and Zoning

will be holding a public hearing at

7:00 PM on September 3rd, 2020

via teleconference in regards to an

“aggregate mining operation” Condi-

tional Use Permit requested by B&J

Excavating Inc. located in the SW

of Section 3-153-73. Planning and

Zoning meeting to follow the public

hearing. You may join the meeting

from your computer, tablet or smart-

phone by visiting the link:

global.gotomeeting.com/join/793403445 You can also dial in using your phone. United States (Toll

Free): 1 866 899 4679 Access

Code: 793-403-445

(August 22-29, 2020)

NOTICE

Rugby Public School District #5,

Board of Education, held a special

board meeting Wednesday, July 29,

2020, at 6:00 PM in the Library at

Rugby High School.

The purpose of the special meeting

was to review the ‘Return to Learn-

ing Plan’.

Board members present were Kris

Blessum, Dustin Hager, Carlie John-

son, Brenda Heilman, and Shane

Livedalen.

Also present were Michael McNeff,

Dawn Hauck, and Sue Sitter with the

Pierce County Tribune.

Chairman Hager called the meeting

to order and 6:00 PM.

Motion by Johnson to approve the

agenda. Second by Livedalen. All

voting yes, motion carried.

Dr. McNeff reviewed a draft of the

current ‘Return to Learning Plan’. A

committee of about 30 members

met last week to create the plan.

Many changes have been made.

The plan addressed what school

could look like this fall. Some issues

still need to be addressed, but those

decisions will be made at the August

11, 2020 School Board meeting.

Motion by Blessum to adjourn the

meeting. Second by Heilman. All

voting yes, motion carried.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:06

PM.

Dustin Hager, Chairman

Dawn Hauck, Business Manager

(August 29, 2020)

NOTICE

Rugby Public School District #5,

Board of Education, held an annual

board meeting Tuesday, July 14,

2020 at 7:00 AM in the Library at

Rugby High School.

Board members present were Dustin

Hager, Kris Blessum, Shane

Livedalen, Carlie Johnson, and

Brenda Heilman.

Also present were Mike McNeff,

Jared Blikre, Jason Gullickson, and

Dawn Hauck. In addition the follow-

ing were in attendance: Jessica

Fritz, Nicole Schneibel, Shane Walk-

er, Craig Zachmeier, Karleen Bles-

sum, Alan Blessum, Scott Grochow,

Kim Anderson, Steve Anderson,

Danny Schneider, Keeya Hager,

Cheryl Jacobs, Ranae Arnston,

Jesse Fritz, Mary Connot, and Sue

Sitter with the Pierce County Tri-

bune.

Chairman Johnson called the meet-

ing to order at 7 AM.

The election of officers was held.

Motion by Hager to nominate

Livedalen for President. Livedalen

declined the nomination. Motion by

Livedalen to nominate Hager for

President. Second by Heilman.

There were no other nominations.

All voting yes with the except of

Hager who voted no, motion carried

for Hager to be president. Motion by

Livedalen to nominate Johnson for

Vice President. Second by Heilman.

There were no other nominations.

All voting yes, motion carried for

Johnson to be Vice President.

Chairman Hager began chairing the

meeting.

Motion by Johnson to approve the

agenda. Second by Livedalen. All

voting yes, motion carried.

Items in the consent agenda were

considered. Motion by Heilman to

approve the Consent Agenda.

Second by Blessum. Included in the

consent agenda were the June 15,

2020 Board Meeting Minutes, the

June 15, 2020 Canvass Meeting

Minutes, the June Board Bills, the

June Board bills detail, the June

Financial Reports. All voting yes,

motion carried.

Hager read a statement regarding

how school board meetings are to

work with audience presentations so

all in attendance were aware.

The board chose to address Karleen

Blessum who is requesting clarifica-

tion on a school policy statement.

Karleen Blessum requested a policy

number for the releasing of a coach.

Renae Arnston and Nicole

Schneibel were also requesting a

policy. Hager noted that school

extra-curricular contracts are for one

year. They are not required to be

extended beyond that time.

Extra-curricular positions are at-will

positions which means they can be

terminated by either party at any

time, with or without cause. Hager

noted that NDSBA could be contact-

ed along with legal counsel to look

into a policy. Schneibel presented

an example to the board.

There were no principal reports.

Dr. McNeff gave the District report.

Included in the report: Guidance

from the state should be available

July 15th regarding what school

could look like in the fall with CO-

VID-19 still being a problem. A

school committee will then start

looking through the guidance to

create a school plan that fits the dis-

tricts needs on July 21-24. A special

board meeting is then requested for

July 29th to approve the plan so

teachers and staff can move forward

with preparations to achieve the

plan’s goals. Social distancing,

classroom size, bussing, and tech-

nology are just a few things that will

need to be addressed, along with

how lunch will be handled. A blend-

ed learning situation may be needed

with a combination of online and

face-to-face learning. Social emo-

tional issues still need to be ad-

dressed. Other questions include

band, choir, phy-ed, attendance poli-

cies, subs, etc. The district’s plan

will address those areas. McNeff

will attend a Study Council meeting

in Fargo on Friday which consists of

the 16 largest schools in the state.

Topics will include the restarting of

schools in the fall.

Dr. McNeff reviewed the Strategic

Plan for 2020-2025. This has been

a comprehensive process that has

engaged the district’s faculty and

community, which includes a

long-term plan for the district’s im-

provement. This is an overview of

the plan:

Our Motto: Every Student, Every

Day

Our Mission: To cultivate relation-

ships and promote growth with every

student every day.

Our Vision: Our vision is to create a

safe and caring environment in

which all learners are engaged with

authentic, innovative, standards-

referenced learning centered on col-

laboration, communication, creativi-

ty, and critical thinking. Every

learner will be empowered to pursue

personal excellence and make a po-

sitive impact in an ever-changing

world.

Our Values: We value a safe and

caring learning environment that is:

Learner-Centered

Engaging

Innovative

Our Strategic Priorities: The Rugby

Public Schools will achieve its mis-

sion, vision, and values through the

fulfillment of its Strategic Plan. The

following strategic initiatives will

guide our efforts as we cultivate re-

lationships and to promote academic

growth with every student every day.

1. School Culture and Climate

2. 21st Century Readiness and Per-

sonalized Learning

3. Academic Engagement and

Standards-Referenced Instruction

4. Professional Learning and

Development

5. Facility Planning

6. Continuous Improvement and

Strategic Plan Review

Motion by Johnson to approve the

District’s Strategic Plan for

2020-2025. Second by Blessum.

All voting yes, motion carried.

A review of the FY20 Financial Re-

port was held. Hauck gave an over-

view of the FY20 State Financial Re-

port. The district deficit spent about

$62,000, but was budgeted to deficit

spend about $150,000. McNeff re-

viewed the FY20 Annual Budget Re-

port. There was an increase of 2%

on the per pupil payment. The dis-

trict boundaries will have to be

re-mapped with the addition of the

Wolford School District area. For

FY21, the district will be participating

in a different Special Education Unit.

About $60,000 in revenue will be

lost in FY21 with transportation

costs since busses did not operate

for the last quarter of school last

year. The district will receive about

$110,000 in ESSER funds which is

the school portion of the CARES

Act. The money will be used to

off-set lost revenue from transporta-

tion and for additional technology.

Motion by Blessum to approve all

the FY20 Financial and Budget Re-

ports. Second by Heilman. All vot-

ing yes, motion carried.

Motion by Livedalen to designate

Merchants Bank and Bremer Bank

as the district’s official depositories

for any and all school funds. Second

by Heilman. All voting yes, motion

carried.

Motion by Johnson to approve the

Pierce County Tribune as the

district’s official newspaper. Second

by Livedalen. All voting yes, motion

carried.

Motion by Heilman to approve the

June 30, 2020 Pledge of Securities

report. Second by Livedalen. All

voting yes, motion carried.

Motion by Blessum to approve the

District memberships in the following

organizations: ND School Boards

Association and Policy Services, ND

School Study Council, ND Small Or-

ganized Schools, Rugby Chamber of

Commerce, North Central Education

Cooperative, and the Central Dakota

Distance Learning Consortium.

Second by Johnson. All voting yes,

motion carried.

Motion by Livedalen to direct the

business manager to publish the fol-

lowing notice to fuel vendors:

Public Notice

Vehicle and Heating Fuel Vendor

Registration

Rugby Public School District #5

Vendors who intend to be con-

sidered for the provision of vehicle

and/or heating fuel to the Rugby

School District #5 for the 2020-21

school year must register. To regis-

ter with the District for the sale

and/or transport of gasoline, diesel

fuel, #2 heating oil, propane, coal, or

other fuels, vendors must submit in

writing: 1) a request to be registered;

2) the types of fuel for which the

vendor is registering 3) a current

price quote (optional). Only vendors

officially registered with the District

will be notified when seeking fuel

price quotes. Registration letters

should be sent to: Business

Manager, Rugby Public School Dis-

trict #5, 1123 South Main Ave. Rug-

by, ND 58368. (NDCC

15.1-09-34.1)

Second by Heilman. All voting yes,

motion carried.

Motion by Johnson to approve Su-

perintendent Michael McNeff as au-

thorized representative for the fol-

lowing school programs: Title I, Title

II(A), Title II(D), Title IV, E-Rate, ND

Department of Public Instruction, ND

Career and Technical Education and

Carl Perkins, ND High School Activi-

ties Association, School Food Ser-

vice – NSLP, School Immunization

Law, Section 504/ADA,

EPA-Asbestos, Peace Garden Spe-

cial Services, North Central Distance

Learning, and other programs not

specifically mentioned or that may

become available to the school dis-

trict as the year progresses. Second

by Livedalen. All voting yes, motion

carried.

Motion by Heilman to approve the

appointment of Deb Goven as

Homeless Liaison for the school dis-

trict. Second by Johnson. All voting

yes, motion carried.

Motion by Livedalen to approve the

appointment of Kari Hill as English

Learner Coordinator for the school

District. Second by Blessum. All

voting yes, motion carried.

Motion by Johnson to approve,

adopt and direct the business

manager to include the following

statements of non-discrimination for

publication as well as the following

statements of services for the handi-

capped for publication with the offi-

cial board minutes:

“The Rugby Public School District

#5 does not discriminate on the

basis of race, color, creed, religion,

national origin, sex, age or disability

in its educational programs and ac-

tivities or in its employment prac-

tices or policies. Specific complaints

regarding discriminatory practices

may be referred to Michael McNeff,

Superintendent of Schools, Rugby

Public School, 1123 S. Main Ave-

nue, Rugby, ND 58368 (701) 776

5201.

Public Notice to All Disabled Per-

sons (as defined by Section 504 of

the Rehabilitation Act of 1977) living

in the Rugby Public School District.

The RPSD public is hereby notified

of the following school district

responsibilities under Section 504:

Written assurance of nondiscrimina-

tion, Designation of a 504 Coordina-

tor (Building Principal), Installation of

a Grievance Procedure, Provided

notice of nondiscrimination in admis-

sion or access to programs and ac-

tivities, Annual identification of quali-

fied children who are not receiving a

public education, Annual notification

of persons (and parents) with disa-

bilities (this notice), Procedural Safe-

guards, Duty to conduct a

self-evaluation of school district poli-

cies, programs, and practices to

make sure discrimination is not oc-

curring.

Public Notice to All Residents living

in the Rugby Public School District:

If you or anyone you know is dis-

abled according to the definitions set

forth in Section 504 of the Rehabili-

tation Act of 1977, and if the dis-

abled person is not receiving a pub-

lic education, you are asked to sub-

mit the name of the disabled person

to the Rugby Public School District

by calling 776 5201 or writing to

Section 504 Program, Rugby Public

School District No. 5, 1123 S Main

Avenue, Rugby, ND 58368. The

RPSD will evaluate, with the assis-

tance of interested persons, includ-

ing handicapped persons or organi-

zations representing handicapped

persons, its current policies and the

effects thereof that do not or may not

meet the requirements of this part.

(34 CFR 104.6 (c.i.))

Second by Heilman. All voting yes,

motion carried.

Motion by Livedalen to authorize

board president Dustin Hager and

Business Manager Dawn Hauck to

sign school checks from the various

school funds, to use a facsimile sig-

nature and authorizes issuance of

electronic vouchers. Second by

Heilman. All voting yes, motion car-

ried.

Motion by Johnson to appoint Su-

perintendent Mike McNeff to serve

as the NCEC representative.

Second by Blessum. All voting yes.

Motion carried.

School lunch prices were reviewed.

With the way the last school year

ended, it is difficult to gauge how the

free seconds affected the budget. It

is recommended that the meal

prices do not change for the

2020-2021 school year. Lunches

could look different this year with

many items being prepackaged to

avoid contamination.

Ely Breakfast Full Pay $2.10; Ely

Lunch Full Pay $2.80; JR/HS Break-

fast Full Pay $2.10; JR/HS Lunch

Full Pay $2.90; Reduced Priced

Breakfast $0.00; Reduced Priced

Lunch $0.40; Staff Breakfast $2.70;

Staff Lunch $3.65; Adult Guest

Breakfast $2.70; Adult Guest Lunch

$4.55; Milk Prices $0.45; Milk Tick-

ets (20 ea) $9.00; 2nd Milks $0.00;

Seconds meals $0.00

Motion by Johnson to approve the

school meal prices remaining the

same. Second by Blessum. All vot-

ing yes, motion carried.

Motion Livedalen to keep the gate

admission for activities at $6 adults,

$4 students and activity passes at

the same rate as last year. Second

by Heilman. All voting yes, motion

carried.

The projections for the district for

FY20 Federal Title Programs were

presented. Title I: $153,154.00, Ti-

tle IIA: $67,521.00, and Title IVA:

$20,570.00. McNeff presented the

consolidated application for the Title

programs. Title IIA will be used for

class size reduction and Title IV will

be used for preschool support.

Chairman Johnson provided oppor-

tunity for patrons to provide public

comment on the operation of its

federally funded programs including

Title I, Title IIA, School Lunch Pro-

gram, Carl Perkins and other pro-

grams funded with federal dollars.

Motion by Johnson to approve the

Consolidated Application for FY21.

Second by Livedalen. All voting yes,

motion carried.

Dr. McNeff discussed the Annual

Budget Report and the FY21 Budg-

et. For FY21, a 15.5% ending fund

balance is projected. The classroom

modular unit by Ely will be in place

before school starts. The work to

get the alley rerouted and the road

closed is still in progress. Special

Education costs could be higher this

year. The district is looking to trade

in the suburban. Enrollment should

be around the same as last year but

with everything going on with CO-

VID-19, it is difficult to tell right now.

McNeff also reviewed the Mill Levy

Report. The local levy is maxed out

at 82 mills and it is recommended to

continue at that level. Motion by

Blessum to approve the Annual

Budget Report and the Preliminary

FY21 Budget. Second by Livedalen.

All voting yes, motion carried.

The board reviewed the enrollment

study and the projected enrollment.

Historical enrollment was reviewed.

The expected enrollment is 588 stu-

dents for the 2020/2021 school year.

The FY20 Enrollment Report was

reviewed with 590 students for the

Average Daily Membership. Motion

by Johnson to approve the Enroll-

ment Report. Second by Heilman.

All voting yes, motion carried.

Motion by Livedalen to approve the

Transportation Report. Second by

Blessum. McNeff noted that the

data is different than previous years

due to the school closure for the last

quarter of the year. All voting yes,

motion carried.

The board considered the time for

school board meetings. Nicole

Scheibel requested an evening time

so more people could make it to the

meetings. Blessum noted that the

reason the time was changed many

years ago was to consider the even-

ing schedules of the board

members. The current board

members all stated that 7 AM works

better for their schedules and that

they would miss many meetings if

they were scheduled in the even-

ings. Motion by Johnson to approve

the following resolution. “Regular

school board meetings will be held

on the second Tuesday of each

month at 7AM. Times may be

changed for individual meetings at

the discretion of the Board. Regular

Board meetings will be held in the

Board Room of the Rugby Public

High School. Special Board meet-

ings will be called as necessary. The

school Business Manager is directed

to provide the County Auditor with

this information (as required by law)

and to post notice of this information

in the Board Room (as required by

NDCC 44-04-20).” Second by

Livdalen. All voting yes, motion car-

ried.

Motion by Johnson to approve the

FY21 policy binder. The Policy

Binder can be found on the district’s

website. Second by Blessum. All

voting yes, motion carried.

A Policy Manual Service Agreement

was presented for the NDSBA to re-

view all of the district’s 123 policies.

The cost would be $861.00. Motion

by Heilman to approve the agree-

ment. Second by Johnson. All vot-

ing yes, motion carried.

Motion by Johnson to approve the

Rugby Early Learning Center as the

district’s preschool program.

Second by Heilman. All voting yes,

motion carried.

The Property Tax and Budget Hear-

ing was proposed to be held at the

September 8, 2020 7 AM school

board meeting. Motion by Blessum

to approve the date and time for the

budget hearing. Second by

Livedalen. All voting yes, motion

carried.

The following information items were

shared: The Pierce County, Benson

County and Rolette County Uncol-

lected Tax reports.

The annual School Board picture will

be held at the August Board Meet-

ing.

The next regular board meeting will

be Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at

7:00 AM in the Library at Rugby

High School.

Chairman Johnson adjourned the

meeting at 8:50 AM.

Bills presented/paid:

Checking Account ID: 1 Automatic

Payment Check Number Check

Date Void Entity Name Amount; 906

06/29/2020 OTTERTAIL POWER

COMPANY 4,800.97 907

06/10/2020 HORACE MANN LIFE

INSURANCE COMPANY 33.75;

908 06/10/2020 CITY OF RUGBY

529.20; 909 06/30/2020 KANSAS

CITY LIFE INSURANCE CO

1,149.45; 914 06/16/2020 JP MOR-

GAN – PCARD 4,686.30

Checking Account ID: 1 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount; 1034303

06/03/2020 APTIRIS 1,000.72;

1034304 06/15/2020 A-1 EVANS

SEPTIC SERVICES 800.00;

1034305 06/15/2020 PAM ANDER-

SON 727.25; 1034306 06/15/2020 B

& J EXCAVATING, INC. 5,445.00;

1034307 06/15/2020 B & M LAUN-

DRY SERVICE 16.25; 1034308

06/15/2020 CARRINGTON PUBLIC

SCHOOL DISTRICT 2,607.51;

1034309 06/15/2020 DAKOTA

BOYS AND GIRLS RANCH

6,060.00; 1034310 06/15/2020

DAKOTA LAWN & TREE SPRAY-

ING 5,010.00; 1034311 06/15/2020

DARYL’S REFRIGERATION LLC

185.00; 1034312 06/15/2020

ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION

232.65; 1034313 06/15/2020 X EN-

VISION 1,691.00; 1034314

06/15/2020 H E EVERSON 28.88;

1034315 06/15/2020 HEARTLAND

PAPER COMPANY 56.40; 1034316

06/15/2020 I DESIGN INC 415.72;

1034317 06/15/2020 INFORMA-

TION TECHNOLOGY DEPT

133.40; 1034318 06/15/2020 JOHN-

SON CONTROLS, INC. 4,390.00;

1034319 06/15/2020 JOHNSON’S

PLUMBING SERVICE INC 648.97;

1034320 06/15/2020 LITTLE

FLOWER CATHOLIC SCHOOLS

3,711.51; 1034321 06/15/2020

NDCEL 295.00; 1034322

06/15/2020 NORTH DAKOTA

WORKFORCE SAFETY & INS

88.49; 1034323 06/15/2020

PEARCE DURICK PLLC 960.00;

1034324 06/15/2020 PIERCE

COUNTY TRIBUNE 603.72;

1034325 06/15/2020 RUGBY AUTO

PARTS 23.49; 1034326 06/15/2020

RUGBY BROADCASTERS, INC

95.50; 1034327 06/15/2020 RUGBY

HARDWARE HANK 1,183.32;

1034328 06/15/2020 RUGBY

LUMBER INC 431.49; 1034329

06/15/2020 DANIEL SEYKORA

2,555.10; 1034330 06/15/2020

STEIN’S INC 882.68; 1034331

06/15/2020 TIMECLOCK PLUS

3.00; 1034332 06/15/2020 THE VIL-

LAGE FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

1,875.00; 1034333 06/15/2020 SAM

WENTZ 356.96; 1034334

06/16/2020 ENVISION 1,835.47;

1034361 06/22/2020 EMPOWER

LEARNING, LLC 13,470.00;

1034362 06/23/2020 ACTIVITY AC-

COUNTS 57,132.12; 1034365

06/23/2020 CIRCLE SANITATION

INC 928.00; 1034366 06/23/2020

CITY OF RUGBY 298.24; 1034367

06/23/2020 CLASS GUITAR

RESOURCES, INC 243.40;

1034368 06/23/2020 COLE PA-

PERS INC 67.14; 1034369

06/23/2020 DECKER EQUIPMENT

42.72; 1034370 06/23/2020 H E EV-

ERSON 41.12; 1034371 06/23/2020

HEARTLAND PAPER COMPANY

136.02; 1034372 06/23/2020 ND

DEPARTMENT OF TRUST LANDS

140.69; 1034373 06/23/2020 ND

DRIVER & TRAFFIC SAFETY EDU-

CATION 368.00; 1034374

06/23/2020 NORTH CENTRAL

EDUCATION COOPERATIVE

5,203.52; 1034375 06/23/2020 X

NORTH DAKOTA UNITED 212.50;

1034376 06/23/2020 PIERCE

COUNTY TRIBUNE 48.00; 1034377

06/23/2020 PITNEY BOWES

387.24; 1034378 06/23/2020

PRAIRIE PUBLIC BROADCASTING

INC 659.00; 1034379 06/23/2020

PRAIRIE WINDS BAND INSTRU-

MENT REPAIR 1,455.00; 1034380

06/23/2020 STEIN’S INC 1,127.20;

1034381 06/23/2020 TIMECLOCK

PLUS 57.50; 1034382 06/23/2020

DR. BRENDA TUFTE 1,665.60;

1034383 06/23/2020 UNIVERSITY

OF NORTH DAKOTA 700.00;

1034384 06/23/2020 WEST MUSIC

3,078.88; 1034385 06/30/2020 ND

DRIVER & TRAFFIC SAFETY EDU-

CATION 212.50

Checking Account ID: 1 Direct

Deposit Check Number Check Date

Void Entity Name Amount 17510;

06/15/2020 KAREN BLACK 22.32;

17511 06/15/2020 JARED BLIKRE

600.00; 17512 06/15/2020 JASON

GULLICKSON 1,200.00; 17513

06/15/2020 MICHAEL MCNEFF

500.00; 17514 06/15/2020 DANA

THORESON 50.00; 17515

06/15/2020 MICHAEL WENDLAND

240.00; GENERAL FUND TOTAL:

143,932.36

Checking Account ID: 3 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount; 1347

06/15/2020 CITY OF RUGBY

125.00; BUILDING FUND TOTAL:

125.00

Checking Account ID: 5 Check

Number Check Date Void Entity

Name Amount; 220 06/10/2020

FOOD SERVICES OF

AMERICA/MINOT 894.57; 221

06/07/2020 REVTRACK 6.96

Checking Account ID: 5 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount; 12013

06/15/2020 LEEVERS FOODS

564.95; 12018 06/22/2020 RUGBY

PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT 5

2,220.78; 12019 06/23/2020 ND

DEPARTMENT OF TRUST LANDS

125.80; 12020 06/23/2020 RUGBY

FFA CHAPTER 5,226.48; 12021

06/23/2020 STEIN’S INC 144.40;

FOOD SERVICE TOTAL: 9,183.94

Checking Account ID: 6 Automatic

Payment Check Number Check

Date Void Entity Name Amount;

38119 06/29/2020 DOLLYWOOD

FOUNDATION 199.10

Checking Account ID: 6 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount;41433

06/11/2020 DICKINSON TRINITY

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS 339.33;

41434 06/15/2020 HUDL 800.00;

41435 06/15/2020 RUGBY GREEN-

HOUSE 200.00; 41436 06/15/2020

UNIVERSAL CHEERLEADERS AS-

SOCIATION 1,139.00; 41437

06/22/2020 RUGBY PUBLIC

SCHOOL DISTRICT 5 52.40; 41438

06/23/2020 BSN SPORTS INC

2,171.00; 41445 06/23/2020 COW

COUNTRY SUPPLY 53.50; 41446

06/23/2020 DOLLARS FOR SCHO-

LARS 1,102.00; 41447 06/23/2020 I

DESIGN INC 423.50; 41448

06/23/2020 ND DEPARTMENT OF

TRUST LANDS 843.08; 41449

06/23/2020 QUALITY MEATS AND

SEAFOOD 2,572.70; 41450

06/23/2020 RUGBY EAGLES

175.00; ACTIVITY FUND TOTAL:

10,070.61; TOTAL ALL FUNDS:

163,311.91

Dustin Hager,

Chairman

Dawn Hauck,

Business Manager

(August 29, 2020)

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