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FEBRUARY 29, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 5 Thur., Mar. 1- Wed., Mar. 7 Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thur B: Cereal, PBJ L: Pizza, green beans, salad, applesauce Fri B: Toast, sauce L: Knoephla soup, sandwiches, crackers, salad, fruit Xlon - B: Cereal, PBJ L: Mac ham &amp; cheese hotdish, carrots, bread, salad, sauce Tue B: Toast, sauce L: Scalloped potatoes w/ham, corn, dinner roll, salad, fruit Wed B: Cinnamon rolls, sauce L: Chicken burger, French fries, [xans, salad, tYuit cup ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thu B: Muffins, orai%,e slices L: BBQs on wheat buns, baked beans, cole slaw, mixed fruit Fri B: Cereal, toast L: Tomato soup, grilled cheese, baby carrots w/ranch, fruit Mort B: Cereal, toast L: Turkey wrap w/trimmiN,,;s, potato chips, fruit Tue B: Yogurt, toast, pineapple cups I,: Chicken nt%v, ets, rotini, green beans, strawberries Wed B: Cereal, toast L: Beefy scalloped potatoes, corn. dessert FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur - B: Cereal, toast I,: Pizza noodle hotdish, garlic toast, salad bar, fresh fruit Fri B: French toast w/syrup L: Fish burgers, hash brown patties, coleslax; carrot & celery stix w/dip, fnfit sauce A.lon Tue \\;Ved - MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at aH breakasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Thur - B: Yc)gurt, toast L: Hot ham & cheese, green beans, ve&v, ies, fruit cup Fri - NO SCttOOI. Mon- B: Chocolale chip muffins, toast L: Baked chicken, a gratin potatoes, ve&ies, fruit cup Tue B: Taco lo Go, toast L: Chili, crackers, cheese, ve,,,,ies, fruit cup Wed ..- B: French toast, toast L: Corn dogs, corn. veg_<ies, fl'uit CUlP PARK RWER PUBHC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVEt) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thur B: Bagels, Ye, urt, Fruit; L: I-lish Sausage. Macaroni Salad, Salad Bar, Fruit Fri No School Mon .... B: Cereal, Toast, Fruit; L: Hambm\\;,er Bar w/Toppings, Salad Bar, Fruit Tue - B: Breakfast Pizza, Fruit; L: Corn Dogs, Beans, Salad Bar, Fruit Wed B: Frattatas, Fruit; L: HambuK%w Hotdish, Salad Bar, Fruit VALLEY-EDINBURG K-4 (HoOFLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Thur Pancakes. Sausage. Fruit, Vegetable. Dessert Fri - NO SCHOOl. Men Spaghetti & Meat Sauce, Breadsticks. Vegetable, Dessert Tue - Sub Sandwich, Vegetable. Dessert Wed Soup. Egg Salad, Bolc.;na. PB & J Sandwiches. Ve,getable, Dessert VALLEY-EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) Thur: Fri: NO SCHOOI, Mon: Tue: \\;Ved: VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thurs: Chili, crackers, breadsticks, salad bin', cheese sticks, apple crisp Fri: NO SCHOOL Mort: Chicken rice casserole, fresh btms, carrots, salad bar, fruit Tues: French bread pizza, salad bar, fruit, chocolate chip cookie \\;Ved: Baked potato bar w/topphk, gs, &teen be-ar%.fruil salad MINTO SCHOOL'S STUDENT OF THE MONTH The Student of the Month for January 2012 at Minto Jr./Sr. High School is Lucas Mondry, a Junior. Lucas was nominated because of the determination and perseverance he shows on an everyday basis in school. This attitude also carries over into his extracurricular activitiesl tte is someone that his peers and teachers can count on to get a task done. Lucas is the son of Sam and Mary Mondry. Your source for Happy Happenings. Walsh County Press 284-6333 wcpress @polarcomm.com Walsh County A00cu]mre Conservation UNIYERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA UNIVERSITY OF MINN, CROOKSTON SOUTH DAKOTA SI'ATE UNIYERSITY 8:3o-g:45 _Fa_rJae  Speakersfl'opics : Brad Brummond - zx'r programs; Rita Seen - NRCS Programs/Wetland/llEL Compliance: Kristi Biintndl - F' Programs; Pmn Yongen - FSA/ Credit Programs lai,2razm lo:oo-m:m Wdcome, Ernie Barta Walsh SCD Bcvd/FSA CO(" 1o:to-lo:45 Soil Quality Demonstration, ttal Weiser NRCS Soil Ilealth Specialist I lO:45-11:1o Dual Cropping v,'ilh Cover Crops. Brad Brummond wah, h Co EXT 11:1o-11:25 CovercropTrialSr. Project; JustinZahradka. BeginningFarmer 11:25-12:00 Cor Crop Pand Disoassion - Local Noducers Lunch Peorided by First United Bcmk 12:45-1:10 SCD Ser',Sct's: Walsh Co nty S C toenail m District, Joleen Swartz, Matt Nelson 1:10"1:50 1:50"2:00 2:00-2:30 2:30-2:0 Web So'it Sut''/Soil Suit abilih" for Tile Drainage/soil Salinity, .Nan Gulsdg. NRCS Soil Scientist, Break SIR2C update, Tile Drainage Water Qualit) Study, Roxanae Johnson. NDSU Hmnme/Matejcek Dam Water Quality ,Stud 3' Matt Ndstm Walsh 'D 2:4o-3:oo FSA UIxIatc/CRP K is B i t le Coun  Execuriw, DiR.dor 3:0o-3:3o Program Update - Gwen Soholik Soil Consee,ationist NRCS update: Compliaare Isues with 'rile Drainage and Breaking CRP Rita Seen. District Conservationist f Region 2 Tournament action shots Right: Spoilers Jake Hanson gets a shot off while sur- rounded by Hatton/Noahwood defenders, Hanson finished with 17 points. Below: Grafton Spolers Adam Jiskra drives in for two of his game high 19 points in the Spoilers Region 2 title win over Hatton/Noahwood Above: Drayton-Valley/Edinburg Titans KUen Flana- gan drives to the basket for two of his nine points against Hatton-Northwood. The Titans fell to the Thunder 70-61in the opening round of the Region 2 Basketball Tournament in Grand Forks. Below: Park River-Fordville/Lankin Aggies Chad Jelinek wrestles with Thompson's Jake Adams for the basketball. The Aggies fell to Thompson 58-45 in the opening round of the Region 2 Tournament in Grand Forks. M.Photos: Larry Biri Above: Spoilers (I-r) Jake Hanson, Nic Lundquist and Zach Burns celebrate their Region 2 Championship. Left: Grafton fan Cassie Thompson nervously bites her Spoiler Spirit sign as Hatton-Noahwood took a two point lead in the closing minutes of the Re- gion 2 Championship game. The Spoilers responded with a 59-54 win advancing to state for the second year in a row. Photo on Front: Spoilers Nic Lundquist celebrates the Region 2 Championship with trophy in hand. [.. J 00;PR falls to Farg0 N in ,l,auble overtime Above: Grafton students wore their supper for their team painted on their stomachs. Top Right: Grafton Spoiler goalie Zach Suda and de- fenseman Dylan Sundby are overcome with emotion as Fargo Noah just scored the winning goal in dou- ble overtime to win the Noah Dakota State Hockey title. Right: Spoilers Zach Feltman gets a pass off while being dumped by a Fargo North defender. University Fall Dean's Lists announced, local students named BROOKINGS, S.D. -- The following students have been named to the dean's list for aca- demic excellence during the Fall 2011 semester at South Dakota State University. Tina Ann Trenda, Park River, N.D. Majoring in College of Agri- cultural & Biological Sciences. To earn dean's list distinctions in SDSU's eight colleges, students must have completed a minimum of t 2 credits and must have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Students with an as- terisk received a perfect 4.0 gxade point average. CROOKSTON, M.N. -- Area stndents named to the fall semester 2011 Dean's List at the University of Minnesota, Crookston were an- nounced by the Office of the Reg- istrar. The U of M, Crookston is one of the most respected career- oriented, technology-based uni- versities in the nation. Brooke N Novak, Dahlen, N.D.; Communications. Scott L Johnson, Olso, M.N. Golf and Turf Mgmt/Horticulture. To qualify for a place on the Dean's List, students must com- plete 12 or more letter-graded (A- F) credits while attaining a 3.66 grade point average. GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The University of North Dakota Deans" list includes students whose grade point averages are in the top 15 percent of the enrolhnent in each of the University's degree granting colleges and schools. A student must have completed no fewer than 12 semester hours of aca- demic work for the semester, of which eight or more hours must be graded work rather than "'satisfac- tory/unsatisfactory.'" Crystal - Mary Kartes, Kali Shephard; Edinburg - Laura Geir, Kassandra Kertz; Grafton Melissa Blanchard, Carly Hills, Mallory McCarty, Anna Ruther- ford, Megan Sevigny; Hoople - Kaci Phelps; Minto -Alyssa Gruchala, Sarah Schuster; Park River - Ceceli Bonitto, Cody,Lar, son; Pisek - Danielle Bjerke, lan Foerster. MOORHEAD, M.N. - ..... The following students have been named to the Minnesota State Uni- versity Moorhead dean's list in recognition of academic achieve- ment thll semester 2011. Students must maintain a 3.25 or higher grade point average and carry .12 graded credits to qualify tbr the honor. Alexa Ernst, Park River, N.D.; Karl Slominski, Ardoch, N.D.; Erika Tisdale, Grafton, N.D.; Jenna Van Dyke, Gary, S.D. MSU Mo0rhea d, with an en- rolhnent of 7,500 students, is a comprehensive university offering 76 undergraduate majors with 141 emphases, 10 pre-profcssional .:. studies,l.,aauat,.aegree pr! , gi:mns and J i a?ea*,4Bf ieddi: br i" censure preparation.