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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2017 Thur, Feb. 9" Wed., Feb. 15 MeMs are subject to change without notice EDMORE BLIC SCHOOLS (EDMo ) Served Daily: SMm milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: HB eggs, toast, fruit L: spaghetti w/meat sauce,garlic toast, green beans, sauce Fri- B: cereal, fruit 1: BBQ"s, French fries, fl'uit, beans Men- B: nmffins, fruit L: chicken burgers, chips, [x~ms Tues- B: omelet, toast, fruit L: baked potato bar, drill, brcx?coli, cheese, diced ham, cheese, bre~, sauce Wed- B: oatmeal, toast, flnait L: chicken hot dish, carrots, dinner rolls, fruit FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk, bread, and 8~lad bar or reg. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: grilled dleese, juice L: chicken nuggets, Chinese fried rice, curly fries, coleslaw, fresh fnfit Fri- B: raspberry croissants, juice L: macaroni & cheese, fresh fruit Men- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: taco salad w/assorted toppings, Spanish rice, fruit cups Tues-B: breakfast sandwiches, juice 1: ham slices, baked potatoes, scalloped corn, fruit sauce Wed B: breakfast bagels w ~ssorted toppings, cereal, juice L: chicken wild rice soup, crackers, bread stix, cheese slices, fruit VALLEY-ED1NBURG HIGH SCHOOL .MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (Mn, rro) l~uits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs- B: French toast, syrup, juice L: turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, dinner rolls Fri- B: breakfast pizza, juice L: grilled hamburgers, French fries Mon- 'B: waffles, syrup, juice L: hot dish, vegetable, dinner rolls Tues- B: nmffins, yogurt, juice L: chicken noodle or chicken tortilla ~,up, sandwiches Wed- B: pop tarts, juice L: taco salad VALLEY-EDINBURG JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk served daily. Thurs- B: ba,q, cl, y~.~ttrt L: BBQ D.)rk on bun, tx.-ans Fri- B: breakfast on a stick L: chicken bur:gets, chips & salsa Xlon- B: cereal, toast L: BBQ's, chips, carrots Tues- B: breakfast burrilos l,: chicken strips, macaroni salad Wed- B: English muffins I,: ham & cheese on WG bun, smiley fries VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HOOFEr) Fresh vegsies (lettuce, broccoli, qarrots, cucumbers, cele*2z), fruit and milk served at each meal] Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- palled pork sandwiches, potato wedges Ffi- beef stew, dinner roll Mon- hot ham & cheese, French fries spaghetti bake, breadsticks, green l_x?ans Wed- turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- spa~mtti w/meat sauce, garlic bread, Calitbrnia medley Fri-chicken strips, baked potato, dinner roll, corn 1Men-chicken burrito, Spanish rice Tues- hot hmn & cheese, chips, baked beans Wed- turkey, mashed po[atoes/gravy, dressing, dinner roll, corn VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- meatballs & smokcis in BBQ sauce, baked lx)tato, dinner roll, corn Fri- chicken burgers on WG bun, macaroni salad, cookie Men- rice pilat; teriyaki cl'ficken, eg~% roll Tues- macm~mi hot dish, French bread, green Deans Wed- hamburger patty on WB bun, Bush's beans, baked chips, cLx~ kie Photo: Submitted Above: First Care Health Center employees donated $231 to the Park River Imagination Library proj- ect with proceeds from the Ugly Christmas Sweater event held at First Care in December. Pictured (L- R) First Care Health Center CEO Louise Dryburgh, Park River School Ubrarian Rochelle Kovarik, and First Care Wellness Committee Chair Robin Tracy, PT. "A" Honor Roll Rachel Klose (11) Hunter Sobolik (9) Lihdsey lverson (10) Paige Anderson (12) Alexan&a Knutson ( 11 ) Zach Larson (10) Hal ey Ashpole (12) Courtney Loflsgard (11) "B" Honor Roll Isaac Oberg (10) Mikayla Fingarson (12) Taylor Reilly (11) Trenton Aune (12) Megan Oberg (10) Hailey Jackson (12) Casey Vargason (11) Christian DuBois (12) Bailey Phelps (10) Sayler Jensen (12) Anna Vasel (11) Dalton Jotmson (12)Carley Reilly (10) Brooklyn Johnson (12) Abby Zidon (11) Steven McCollum (12) Chiistian Duff (9) Rachel Jonasson (12)Dylan DuBois (10) John Weeks (12) Brendan Durand (9) Luke Estad (9) Morgan Laxdal (12) Grace Ashpole (9) Tyler Feltlnan (11)Em-ique Garza (9) Adam Obe (12) Dylan Feltman (9) Ava Hepokoski (11 )Evalizet Garza (9) Shawn Olson (12) Tyler Jackson (9) Sierra Jensen ( 11 ) Nathan Gilleshammer (9) Shayla Rouland (12) Grace Kertz (9) Paige Laxdal (11) tfailey Hunt (9) Emily Swanson (12) Jaiden Kringstad (9)Brody Nelson (11 ) Maria Myrdal (9) Jayden Brolliar (11)Kaylee Pastorek (9) Trey Barker (10) : McKenzie Sapa (9) Amber Gemmill (11) Elnilee Reilly (9) Andrew Hul* (10) Connor Slama (9) "A" Honor Roll Jordan Labine (7) Tristin Hall (8) Nyssa Santo (8) Chloe Gemmill (8) .laysc Larson (7) Kendra Hannesson (8) Alex Swanson (8) Zoe Muccatira (8) Lukas Pastorek (7)Emma Johnson (8) Lucas Anderson (7) Katelyn Oberg (8) Wyatt Sobolik (7) Jesse Johnson (8) Grant Nupdal (7) Meghan Byrd (7) "B" Honor Roll Caleb Kartes (8) Billy O'Hara (7) Brayden Johnson (7) Tyson Backer (8) Meghan Lorton (8) Emily Steinman (7) Ella Kittelson (7) Lucia Garza (8) Hannah Oberg (8) Gwyneth Wieler (7) BISMARCK, N.D. -- Each spring the North - quirements can be found at www.ndlc.org/essay. All Dakota League of Cities sponsors a statewide May- entries must be mailed to North Dakota League of or for a Day essay contest for third and seventh grade Cities and postmarked no later than February 15, 2017. students. The contest encourages young people to think Mayor for a Day Essay contest winners receive a about public service and future conmmnity leadership. $150 cash prize and have their essay featured in the Essays must address why the student feels their League's publication, CITYScan. They will also be community is grearand what they would do to im- invited to an award presentation at the North Dako- prove their city if they were mayor for a day. "It's important to help our youth undel:stand how ta Capitol on March 3 during the League's Celebrate city government touches their lives every day," said Cities Day event. NDLC Executive Director Blake Crosby. "This es- For more information you can contact Carissa say contest is a great way to begin that dialogue." Richter, ND League of Cities 1 Member Services and Students may submit essays, on their own or- Office Manager at 410 E FrontAve 1 Bismarck, ND through their classroom teacher. Submission re- 58504, telephone 701-223-3518 or 800-472-2692 0 Ye Olde Medicine Center Park River. 701-284-7676 I Drayton Drug Drayton. 701-454-3831 Photo: Submitted Above: Walsh Winners help each other make more than 50 sheets of bfse as a club project. By Seth Nelson PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Walsh Winners 4H club met on Sun- day, January 15 at 2:00 in the NDSU Extension Office. After a quick business meeting, members were given a lefse demonstration. They then rolled and fried their own lefse, Over fifty, sheets oflefse were eat- en and brought home by members to share with their family members. Editor Note: Nelson is' the club reporterJbr H tlsh CounO" l hlsh nners 4-H club: ...... By Ethan Okeson ' FAIRDALE, N.D. -- The Hayshakers 4-H Club met On December 18, 2016 at the Mark and Kori Hodek Farm. Hayshaker President Sara Hodek called the meeting to order. Roll call was taken and the sec- retary and treasurer reports were given. The Hayshakers discussed why being involved in a 4-H Club is rewarding and how it contributes to the community. Walsh County event dates were also discussed. Be- fore adjourning, the Hayshakers made Christmas ornaments to take home. Lunch was servedby Kori Hodek. The next Hayshakers meet- ing is scheduled lbr January 29, 2017. Editor,s" Note." Okeson is the club reporter fi)r Walsh Cotmtv Hayshakers 4-H club. By Ethan Okeson GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Meeting was held on January 29, 2017 at Northern Air in Grand Forks, North Dakota at l :30pro. This was our Christmas'Party; there were 20 members in attendance. Year pins were given out. Next meeting will be February 120 2017 at 2:00pm at Todd Knud- son's falTtl. Editor Note." Bondy is the club reTorler fi r Walsh Count.v Seven Rustlel: 4-H club. Hours: 9-6 Sat 9-12 Hours: M F 8:305 irwested i