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PAGE 6 THE PRESS FEBRUARY 13, 2013 Raiders take down Aggies Photos: Larry Biri Left: Lakota-Adams-Edmore Raiders Ashtin Freije drives to the basket for two of her 17 points in the Raiders 62-30 win over Park River-Fordville/Lankin in Fordville. Above: Aggies Morgan Porter fights for a rebound with the Raiders Fallyn Freije and Alyssa Turner. The Raiders downed the Aggies 62- 30 Titans over Aggies in Park River Left: Chad Jelinek (left) and Esten Beneda block a shot attempt by the Ti- tans Ben Phelps. Right: Austin Markel scored 34 in the Drayton-Valley- Edinburg Titans 65-50 win over the Park River- Fordville-Lankin Aggies in Park River. Poster contest helps promote heart health FARGO, N.D. -- North Dakota youth will have a chance to demon- strate their creativity and knowl- edge of heart health in this spring's "Eat Smart. Play Hard." Poster con- test. The contest is open to North Dakota youth ages 8 to 19 as of Sept. 1, 2012. Posters will be judged in two age divisions: pre- teen (ages 8 to 12) and teen (ages 13 to 19). The North Dakota State Uni- versity Extension Service, NDSU Extension's Center for 4-H Youth Development and the North Dakota Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics are sponsoring the con- test. The posters should educate and promote the idea of living a heart- healthy lifestyle. The posters also should inform North Dakota youth and adults about the importance of healthful food choices and regular physical activity to heart health. This year's posters must be cen- tered on a theme that directly re- lates to eating healthful foods and playing hard to promote heart health. This could include the im- portance of taking part in 60 min- utes of physical activity each day or eating a diet rich in whole grains, fruits and vegetables. To learn more about this topic, visit the following websites: www.ndsu.edu/eatsmart, www.choosemyplate.gov and www.heart.org. "Many children and adults do not meet the MyPlate.gov recom- mendations for fruits, vegetables and whole grains, and they do not reach physical activity recommen- dations," says Julie Garden-Robin- son, NDSU Extension food and nu- trition specialist. "We hope this activity gives children the opportu- nity to promote healthful eating, ph,sical activity and heart health for their peers, families and com- munities." Posters will be judged on their general appearance and how well they present messages about nutri- tion and/or fitness and the impor- tance of a heart-healthy lifestyle. Winners in both age divisions will receive $50 for first place, $35 for second place and $15 for third place. All entrants will receive a certificate of recognition and a small prize. "This contest provides an op- portunity for children to be creative in promoting nutrition goals that are important for long-term health," Garden-Robinson says. To see some winning entries from previous years' poster con- tests, visit the "Eat Smart. Play Hard. Together" website at www.ndsu.edu/eatsmart. Entries must be postmarked by March 15, 2013. They should be dropped off at the Center for 4-H Youth Development or mailed to the Center for 4-H Youth Develop- ment, Attn: Eat Smart. Play Hard. Poster Contest Entry, FLC 219, NDSU Dept. 7280, P.O. Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050. Contest rules are available at http://tinyurl.com/postercon- testrules. A submission cover sheet must accompany each entry. The sub- mission form is at http://tinyurl.com/posterentryform. "Eat Smart. Play Hard." is a U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service initiative that focuses on making America's chil- dren healthier. It provides practical suggestions to help children and their caregivers eat a healthful diet and be physically active. 3ust What the Doctor Shoul.d Order Prescribing secure, up-to-date access to gour medical records. 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