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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2018 Thur. Feb. 8- Wed. Feb. 14 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMoR ) Skim milk, salad bar option, juice/fruit, whole wheat products served daily Thurs- B: muffins, fruit L: baked potato, chili, broccoli cheese, diced ham, shredded cheese, bread, sauce Fri- B: cereal, sauce L: corn dog, beans, chips, fruit Men- B: pancakes, sauce L: ham & cheese hot dish, carrots, dinner rolls, sauce Tues- B: HB eggs, toast, juice L: BBQ'S, French fries, beans, fruit Wed- B: oatmeal, toast, juice L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers, fruit FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or veg. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: French toast, syrup L: mashed potatoes w/country gravy, chicken strips, corn, coleslaw, fresh fruit Fri- B: chocolate chip muffins, cereal L: pepperoni pizza, fruit cups Men- B: assorted cereal, toast L: enchiladas, chips, salsa, fruit cups Tues- B: pancakes, syrups L: ham slices, baked potatoes, cream corn, fruit sauce Wed- B: scrambled eggs, toast L: cheese rollups w/pasta sauce, garlic toast, fruit cups MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Thurs B: pancakes L: lasagna, garlic bread Fri- B: scrambled eggs, sausage, hash browns L: chicken nuggets, French fries Men- B: cereal, toast L: taco soup, sandwiches, corn chips Tues- B: fruit and yogurt parfaits L: grilled hamburgers, tater tots Wed- B: cinnamon rolls L: hard shell tacos PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar and milk served daily. Thurs- B: oatmeal, toast L: meatballs, mashed potatoes, WG bun Fri- B: breakfast wraps L: BBQ'S, chips Men- B: breakfast on a stick, syrup L: burgers, smiley fries Tues- B: frittatas, toast L: sweet & sour chicken, rice, broccoli Wed- B: cereal, toast L: macaroni & cheese, WG bun, California blend VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooI'LE) Fresh vcg~es (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alterna~ve to the entree. Thurs- teriyaki chicken, brown rice, stir fry Fri- pulled pork, French fries, green beans Men- chicken cordon bleu. Wild rice, broccoli Tues- hard shell taco, refried beans Wed- spaghetti w/marinara or meat sauce, breadsficks, peas VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- beef stew, biscuits Fri- taco in a bag w/assorted toppings, refried beans Men- lasagna, garlic toast, peas and carrots Tues- pancakes, bacon Wed - cheese breadsficks, marinara sauce, California blend VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- ham dinner, scallop potatoes, peas Fri- French toast, sausage, oven roasted potatoes Men- chili dogs, French fries, che~ se, sour c~ Tues- chicken Alfredo, cheesy broccoli, garlic toast Wed- cheese pizza, breadsficks, marinara sauce Photos: Submitted Above: The top two fund raisers Kristen Huhta, fourth grade, and Ace Brossart, kindergarten, spray Mrs. Gullickson's hair red as a part of the challenge. Right: Mrs. Fingarson and her culinary class made two healthy snacks: Fruit pizza and ants-on-a-log (celery, peanut butter, and raisins) to help teach healthy habits. Mrs. Hove's kindergarten kids were ex- cited to try their healthy snacks. Below: Apdl Howatt, secretary at Crystal school, rollerbladed through the halls for a day as a part of her challenge. e HOOPLE, N.D. -- The Valley-Edinburg Schools, grades kindergarten through sixth, kicked offtheir American Heart Association fundraiser on Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. The stu- dents raised money until Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017. On the 31st, the students could wear costumes as they jumped rope in Hoople and shot hoops in Crystal. A new activity was added to the event this year. Mrs. Fin- garson and her culinary class made two healthy snacks: Fruit pizza and ants-on-adog (celery, peanut butter, andraisins), whiebthey served to the Hoople students. eyals0 helpe teach the students about smoking's effects ori the hearts and lungs. On Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018, the students received their awards. The Hoople students achieved and surpassed their goal by raising $4,508.20. There is a standing challenge each year if the goal is met. This year Principal Currie rode bike throughout the school day. Nicole Peschong and April Howatt, secretaries at Hoople and Crystal schools, roUerbladed. Prizes were awarded from the American Heart Association and the top two fundraisers were recognized. The top two fund rais- ers were Kristen Huhta, fourth grade, andAce Brossart, kinder- garten. Mrs. Gullickson's challenge was to have Kristen and Ace dye her hair red. announce The fifth and sixth grade had their awards day on Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. The two classes had a combined goal of $2,000. They raised $1,452, which is amazing with 27 stu- dents. The top two fundraisers were Garrett Halldorson, sixth grade and Emily Williams, fifth grade. Mrs. Gullickson's chal- lenge at the Crystal school was "breakfast on me," literal- ly. Gan'ett and Emily enjoyed dumping breakfast items such as eggs, oatmeal, honey, cinnamon, jelly, and apple juice on their teacher. The two top ftmdraising classes ateach school also received a pizza party. The fourth grade class at Hoople and the fifth grade class at Crystal were the winners of this challenge. The school received a letter from American Heart Asso- ciation Chief Executive Officer Nancy Brown. "Families and schools are critical links in providing the foundation for cardiovascular wellness in our country," she said. "By holding this event at your school each year, you raise awareness about heart-healthy living. And you help us fund more lifesaving scientific research and critically needed ed- ucation efforts. Thank you. Almost every family in Ameri- ca is touched by heart disease or stroke, and your school's con- tribution will significantly impact our fight against these dev- astating illnesses." women m LANGDON, N.D. The Foun- :must meet guidelines and standards first or second year college studies choose the final three winners. The equal or exceed those of other ap- dation for Agricultural Education ' as described in the application form. in the fall of 2018. national winners will be notified on plicants. and Development (FAED) in co- The applicants may be any The two-page application must be orbyMay 1. Since 1993, North Dakota WIFE operation with Women Involved woman enrolling in an agricultural- in the hands ofthe state chairman by Applications will be accepted has had 8 national winners from E1- in Farm Economics (WIFE) again related field, such as Agronomy, March 1, 2018, along with two let- only where state WIFE associations gin, Belfield, Mott, Richardton, Os- offers the Marilyn Spiker/Sheila Agricultural Economics, Agricul- ters of recommendation and a cur- are organized. Special consideration nabrock, Langdon, Forbes, and Car- Massey Memorial Scholarships. tuml Engineering, Veterinary Med- rent photo. The state winner will re- will be given to an applicant, who rington. The competition for 2018 will offer icine, Farm Management, Extension ceive a free membership to ND is a member, or daughter, grand- You can contact Phyllis Howatt, three one-year scholarships in the Education, or other related fields. WIFE and the monthly newsletter, daughter, sister, or niece ofa mem- State FAED Chairman, at 701-256- amount of $1000 each. For schol- The scholarships are available to Her application will be forwarded to ber of FAED and/or WIFE provid- 2151 or for arships to be awarded, applicants any woman who will begin her the national chairman who will ed her grades and qualifications more information or an application. Sign up for service P~-cmot;o~ o~:e," efi6s Fub ua, 28. 20!8. Some restrict~on~ ar,u~ service MOHTH or upgrade r existing - | service for one month. 28! ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST Cavalier, ND We are seeking a full-time Accounting Specialist to join our team in the Cavalier, ND office. In this role, you will develop relationships with our agricultural customers, maintain accurate farm accounting records, market our farm accounting service and educate customers on the importance of good records for successful business plan- ning. If you have a Bachelor's degree in accounting or re- lated business field with accounting emphasis and 2-4 years accounting or related experience, knowledge in computer operations & possess strong communication skills, apply today! Closing Date: February 19, 2018 For full details and to submit your resume, please visit our website at: "We Bring More to Your Table" EEO/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disability