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Pa, e 6,THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY I 0, 2018 Tl'lur, Jail ll - wed Jan. Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Skim milk, salad bar option, juice~Fruit, whole wheat products served daily Thurs- B: French toast sticks, sauce L: subs, potato salad, pretzels Fri- B: yogurt, toast, sauce L: taco in a bag, shredded lettuce, cheese, corn, sauce, bread & rice pudding Mon- ** NO ~CHOOL ** Tues- B: pancakes, sauce L: pizza, green beans, sauce Wed- B: yogurt, toast, sauce L: chili, caramel rolls, crackers, Sauce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or reg. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: pancakes, syrup L: BBQ's, baked beans, chips, cheese slices, fresh fruit Fri- B: cinnamon rolls L: meatball subs w/assorted toppings, macaroni salad, sun chips, fruit cups Mon- ** NO SCHOOL -- Martin Luther King Day ** Tues- B: grilled cheese L: cream corn, mashed potatoes, ham slices, fruit sauce Wed- B: French toast L: veg. beef soup w/dumplings, assorted sandwiches, cheese slices, crackers, fruit MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD Thurs- B: breakfast pizza L: chicken nuggets, French fries Fri- B: muffins, yogurt L: taco salad, bread sticks Mon- ** NO SCHOOL ** Tues- B: pancake on a stick L: chicken hot dish, dinner roll Wed- B: pop tarts, yogurt L: taco in a bag PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, Fruit, salad bar and milk served daily. Thurs- B: breakfast taco L: meatballs, mashed potatoes Fri- B: muffins, yogurt L: chicken burgers, WG chips, salsa Mon- ** NO SCHOOL - Martin Luther King Day ** Tues- B: oatmeal, toast L: taco salad, WG chips, corn Wed- B: sausage, egg & cheese biscuits L: WG stuffed crust pepperoni pizza, broccoli VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (Hooimr.) Fresh v~d,~ies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), Fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- pizza Brussel sprouts Fri- chicken burgers, potato wedges, baked beans Mon- ** NO SCHOOL ~- Martin Luther King Day ** Tues- chicken alfredo breadsficks, cooked carrots Wed- BBQ's, green beans VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, Fruit, milk served at each meal. FARGO, N.D. --- Several North Dakota State Universi- ty Extension Service agents and specialists were honored at the recent National Association of Extension 4-H Agents (NAE4-HA) conference in Indianapolis, Ind for their work with 4-H. The recipients and the awards they received were: Adrian Biewer, 4-H youth development specialist, NDSU Extension Service Center for 4-H Youth Development - Dis- tinguished Service Award, which is presented to an NAE4- HA member with seven or more years of work in 4-H Kimberly Fox, agent, Beason County - Achievement in Service Award, which honors NAE4-HA members with more than three and less than seven years of experience in 4-H, and a Regional First-Time Conference Attendee Award Samantha Lahman, agent, Pembina County - Achievement in Service Award Maxine Nordick, agent, Cass County - 25 Years of Serv- ice Award Crystal Schaunaman, agent, McIntosh County - Distin- guished Service Award Rick Schmidt, agent, Oliver County - Meritorious Se 2 ice Award, which recognizes NAE4-HA members with 15 or more years of work in 4-H Rachelle Vettem, 4-H leadership-volunteer development specialist, Center for 4-H Youth Development - National Spe- cialty Award for Excellence in 4- H Volunteerism - Team, which honors Extension professionals for their work in man- aging a 4-H volunteer program and/or enhancing 4-H vol- unteer development 4-H, a program of the NDSU Extension Service, provides hands-on, real-life experiences through projects, activities and events, and is available to all youth in every county in North Dakota. 4-H is the only research-based youth organization m the state. Research shows that youth involved in 4-H are three times more likely to be active in their communities, nearly twice as likely to attend college and 56 percent more physically ac- tive. BISMARCK, N.D. -- The The scholarships include one NDFB Promotion and Educationfor students enrolled in agriculture Committee is pleased to be offering majors, a Farm Bureau family mem- scholarships to students whose tam- ber scholarship, one for high school ilies are NDFB members. The schol- seniors enrolled in an ag school, and arships are made possible through the Becki Palmer Scholarship. The contributions to the NDFB Foun- Becki Palmer Scholarship is a me- dation, morial scholarship for a long-time "We are excited to offer this staff member who passed away money to students who are a part of from cancer. the NDFB family," said NDFB Di- Scholarship applications are rector of Organizational Develop- available on the Promotion and Ed- ment JoeyMyers. ucation scholarship page at This year, an all-time high of over www.ndfb.org/edusafe/scholarships. $10,000 was raised for the scholar- The applications are due in the ships during a live auction at the NDFB office in Fargo no later than NDFB Annual Meeting in Novem- March 15, 2018. bet. To donate to the scholarship "We appreciate all those who do- fund, please send your tax-de- nated and bought items at the live ductible contribution to the NDFB auction," said Myers. "The county Foundation, PO Box 2064, Fargo, Farm Bureau's put a lot ofhard work N.D. 58107. Please indicate you into finding auction items and sup- would like your gift to go to the porting this program.' scholarship fund. MSUM graduates 485 students MOORHEAD, Minn. -- Min- degrees in Business Administra- nesota State University Moorhead tion and Finance, was the com- awarded degrees to about 485 stu- mencement s]3eaker. Knutson's work dents during its fall commence- background includes positions in fi- ment program Thursday, Dec. 14 in nance, business management/own- the university's Nemzek Fieldhouse. ership, and mergers and acquisitions. Among them, 2011 Grafton High School grad Sarah Nelson earned However, his true passion is fitness her Bachelor of Science, Magna and endurance sports. He started the Cum Laude. Fargo Marathon in 2005, and later The ceremony also included left the corporate world to become nearly 120 graduate students, the full-time director of that event Alumnus Mark Knutson, with and to start Go Far Events. according to Andy Swenson, tions indicate that if actual 2017 NDSU Extension farm and fam- county yields are the same as the ily resource management special- county benchmark yield, wheat ist. and flax base acres would gener- "With current U.S. Department ate a maximum ARC payment, of Agriculture (USDA) price pro- and the corn, barley and oats base jections, base acres of canola, would generate about half of a corn, wheat, barley, sunflower maximum payment. and flax should generate pay- The maximum possible ARC ments if enrolled in the PLC pro- payment for the 2017 crop year gram," Swenson says. "Amounts will vary by crop and by county will vary from farm to farm, but a in North Dakota but would range typical situation in North Dakota from about $20 to $35 per wheat would be around $40 per base base acre and between $15 and acre of canola and flax, $30 per $25 per flax base acre. acre for the wheat base and $20 Using the USDA's current per base acre of barley and sun- price projections and average flower." The PLC safety net is triggered county yields in 2017, the sun- by low prices. Payments will be flower base enrolled in the ARC reduced or eliminated if prices program will generate a slight rise, but this loss of revenue could payment and soybeans are right be offset by greater income from on the edge. The soybean base the market if producers grow would generate an ARC payment those crops, if the county yield is one bushel The ARC program is more or more below the county average complicated and difficult to proj- yield. ect because it is a safety net trig- For more information about gered by the combination of price ARC-CO and PLC payments, and yield, Swenson says. visit https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/far- Current USDA price projec- mmanagement/farm-bill. Photo: Larry Biri Above: Ben Kalaszewicz from Mrs. Johnson's Frst Grade Class at Park River Area Elemeotary School puts the finishing touches on his "Happy New Year" hat to help ring in 2018. BISMARCK, N.D. -- Individ- uals or parents with children who will need to take a course in 2018 should monitor the North Dakota Game and Fish Department's web- site, gf.nd.gov, as classes that begin in January will be added as times and locations are finalized. After accessing the "Buy and Ap- ply" link, click on the hunter edu- cation link and "list of hunter edu- cation courses." Classes are listed by city, and can also be sorted by start date. To register for a class, click on "enroll" next to the specific class, and follow the simple instructions. Personal information is required. Individuals interested in receiv- ing a notice by email when each hunter education class is added can click on the "subscribe to news and alerts" link found below the news section on the Game and Fish home page. Check the box labeled GNF Education Course List Education Courses Listed By City Sort by Start Datl~ Post EnroIhng~t ~. ; ~, ~ t;:'~ "hunter education" under the edu- State law requires anyone bom cation program updates, after December 31, 1961 to pass a In addition, SMS text notifica- certified hunter education course to tions of new classes can be sent di- hunt in the state. Hunter education rectly to a cell phone. Simply text is mandatory for youth who are tum- "NDGF HunterClass" to 468311 to ing 12 years old, and children can subscribe to this feature, take the class at age 11. Thurs- chicken drummies, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn Fri- taco in a bag, retried beans, assorted toppings Mon- ** NO SCHOOL ~ Martin Luther King Day ** Tues- chicken strips, mashed potatoes and gravy, sorn Wed- tomato soup, grilled cheese VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, Fruit, ve~gie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- pork loin, au gratin potatoes, carrots Fri- tater tot hot dish, green beans Mon- * NO SCHOOL * Tues- chicken strips, French fries, corn Wed- chicken tortilla soup, ham sandwiches HELP WANTED HIRING NOW IN PROPANE DEPART- MENT. Finley, ND. Town and Country Co- op. CDL/HazMat re- quired. Doe with full benefits. Contact Con- nie 701-524-2800 or cell 701-789-0209. HELP WANTED: PFEIFLE Chevrolet in Wishek, N.D is seeking an expenenced Service Technician. 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