County by County, Feb. 24, 2020

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MINOT, N.D.- Let's take a look at the stories going on around you in Monday's County by County.

Beginning in Ward County, if you love baseball, you w love this live and silent auction. The proceeds all go to the youth in the community.

This Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Grand Hotel you can support the Magic City Youth Baseball program by attending the Feb. 24 Annual Auction and Social.

The league is open to kids ages 7 through 19.

Throughout the night you can enjoy finger foods, good conversation and many different items to bid on.

Tickets are $50. You can purchase tickets at the door or prior to the event through any board member.

Over in McLean County, six students at Max Public School each received $1,000 grants to help start or expand their supervised agricultural experience.​

The recipients include:

8th graders Jacob Kramer and Shelsey Brandvold
9th grader Emily Fannik
​10th graders Benjamin Scheresky and Wyatt Kersten
11th grader Colt Kersten​

They are all members of the Max FFA Chapter.

Four of the students received the National FFA SAE Grants and the other two received the ND FFA Foundation SAE Grants.

Now in Pierce County, learn some tips on how to boost the value of your calves.

Tuesday at the Rugby Livestock Auction at 6:30 p.m., you can hear from several different specialists on how you can get the most out of your calves.

It's totally free to come listen to the rancher hacks and enjoy a meal provided by the North Dakota Cattlewomen.

If this is something you're interested in, you can RSVP by calling the NDSU Pierce County Extension office at 701-776-6234 Extension 5.