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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2015 Thur. March 5 - Wed. March n Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thnrs- B: omelets, toast, satlc 14 corndc~s, French fi'ies Fri- NO SCHOOL Men- B: omelets, toast, sauce B: BBQ's, beans, chips, pickles, cheese, sauce Tucs- B: cinnamon roll, ~tuce L: ~MloDzd petal.s & ham, lx=&'~, dinner rolls, sauce Wed- B: cereal, y%Nm't, juice L: pizza, green beans, fruit FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or reg. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: bagels w/assolted toppings, juice L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, fresh fruit Fri- B: frosted lork~ johns, juice cups L: d~eese pizza, fruit cups ,Men- B: assorted cereal, toast L: soft shell tacos w/assorted toppliNs, Spanish rice, fruit sauce Tues- B: pancakes, syrup L: BBQ'd pork on bun. potato sMad, chips, pickles, fl'uit cups Wed- B: fl'ied eg~q;s, toast, juice L: baked potato bar w/assorted toppings, fruit ~llad MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Thurs- B: bagels, yogurt L: race in a bag Fri- NO SCHOOl. Men- B: breakfast pizzxt, toast 1: chicken noodle soup, chicken toltilla ~mp, sandwiches Tues- B: cinnamon rolls L: chicken nu&qets, smiley French flies, corn \Ved- B: French toast, syrup L: BBQ'S, baked beans, potato chips BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSITY PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. News and Notes from Park River Area School LAKE REGION STATE COI,LEGE Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: race hl bag w/toppings, conl Fri- NO SCHOOL Men- B: cereal, toast L: polish sausagc, beans Tues- B: sausage, egg & cheese biscuit L: tomato soup. cheese Bosco stick Wed- B: breakfast pizza L: pancakes, sausage, applesauce VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Fresh v~gies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. MAYVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY Thurs- chicken and gravy, mashed potatoes, con1, dinner roll Fri- NO SCHOOL Men- chicken nu&gets, hash browlls, dinner roll, baked beans Tues- sub sandwich and toppings, baked Lays, peas Wed- hotdc~;~ s, tater tots, green beans VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- e~.%~ salad sandwich or grape uncrustable, Wisconsin cheese soup 1:15- NO SCHOOL /~Aon- rib smldwich, curly fries, baked beans Tues- popcorn chicken, tater tots. carrots Wed- chicken bacon ranch wraps, assorted chips, baked chips VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with aH meals. Thurs- hot ham & cheese, pioneer l_xzans, baked chips Fri- NO SCHOOL ~lon- tater tot hot dish, green beans, \VG dinner roll Tues- crispilos, cheese, salsa, cookie \Vcd- BBQ'S, \VG buns, baked chips, Italian pasta - EARLY DISMISSAL PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Rylan Setness has been selected to the Academic All-State Silver Team. Student selection is based on overall grade- point averages, ACT or SAT test scores, extracur- ricular activities, commu- nity involvement and leadership qualities. Gold, Silver, and Bronze Team members will be presented a certificate of merit by the NDASSR In addition, WDAY and Forum Communica- tions will present a medal- lion to each team member during a televised "Parade of Academic Champions" at the Class B Basketball Tournament in Bismarck on Friday, March 20, 2015. Photos: Submitted EDMORE, N.D. -- Congratu- lations to Kaden Martinson, son of John and Diane Martinson, for being selected to the North Dakota All-State Class B Honor- able Mention Team. High School seniors are nomi- nated by their school principal and compete for the honor on a state- wide basis in both Class A and Class B divisions. Student selec- tion is based on overall grade- point average, ACT or SAT test scores, extracuxTicular activities, community involvement and lead- ership qualities. Kaden received a Certificate of Merit from the North Dakota As- sociation of Secondary Principals. This program is co-sponsored by the North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals and WDAY-TV in Fargo, WDAZ- TV in Grand Forks, KBMY-TV in Bismarck, KMCY-TV in Minot and Forum Communication Com- panies. PARK RIVER, N.D. - ........... with theln. Needles were flying at the Feb. During the business part of 15 meeting of the Walsh Win- the meeting, members were re- her's 4-H Club. Club members minded to sign up for the Walsh were joined by members of the County Project Expo by 4:30 on Knit One, Pray Two knitting March 6. A committee consist- group, ing of Beatrice Kjellmad, The knitting group shared Gretchen Brummond, Emily their talents with the 4-Hers and Laaveg, and Kaitlyn Nelson gave them individual instruc- was fom ed to explore ideas for tion about how to knit and cro- skits for the Walsh County Vari- chet. After a few tries, many of ety Show to be held on April 12. the members were able to knit Members were also re- and crochet a few rows. Pa- minded about several upcoming tience and perseverance were events including a Walsh two skills practiced by the 4-H County Ambassadors meeting members asthey learnedto cast on Feb. 22, Ramsey County yarn on their knitting needles, Project Day on April 11, and chain with yarn, and complete Aerospace Cmnp on April 26- simple stitches. The 4-H mem- 27. bers really appreciated the time Editor Note: Meeting Min- and the talent that the Knit One, utesJbr the Wals'h Winners were Pray Two knitting group shared submitted by Bec ' Nelson. Photos: Submitted Members of Knit One, Pray Two knirdng group introduce the Walsh Winners,Hers to knitting and crocheting skills at the IdEs' last meeting. Two Grafton students named to Dean's List: BEMIDJI, Minn. -- Peter Hills and Hannah Suda Fall Semester. of Grafton, ND earned a spot on the Dean's list from Located in north central Minnesota, BSU enrolls 5000 Bemidji State University at the conclusion of the 2014 students in over 13 programs on the graduate level. Area students recognized for efforts at LRSC DEVILS LAKE, N.D. Lake were named to the LRSC Presi- Pic, Garrett J, Lawton, ND Region State College has released dent's List: Area Lake Region State College its honorlists for Fail2014. Stu- Bee, Thomas Keith, Adams, students named to the LRSC dents who maintained a 4.00 grade ND D ' ean s List for Fall 2014: point average are named to the Myers, Courtney E, Hampden, Ross, Hayley Jane, Lakota, ND President's list. Students who ND maintained highacademic stand- Nienhuis, Carrie Elizabeth, Baumgardner, Chessa Eryn, lags between 3.25 and 4.00 are Lawton, ND Michigan, ND named to the Dean's list. Nienhuis, John Edward, Law- DiNicola, Leanna LaRay, Park The following area students ton, ND River, ND MAYVILLE, N.D. -- Dr. Keith Stenehjem, Vice dent has attained a grade point average of 3.50 or President forAcademic Affairs at Mayville State Uni- higher and has successfully completed a minimum versity, announces that the following students have of 12 graded credit hours of regular academic cred- been listed on the Dean's List for the Fall Semester it from Mayville State. of 2014 at Mayville State University. Abby Sondeland, from Edinburg, ND is is re- In order to be named to the Dean's List, each stu- ceiving this university honor. MARVIN WINDOWS AND DOORS OF GRAFTON, ND is currently offering full-time production employment for those 18 years of age or older. 1st Shift 6:00am-2:3Opm (Monday through Friday) Overtime as needed 2nd Shift 3:30pm-2:00nm (Monday through Thursdays) Overtime as needed Starling Wage: Starling wage is 12.35 per hour + $1.25 differential pay for 2rid shift Increased to $12.75 per hour after 3 months Excellent benefits for Full Time: Heaffh, Dental, Life Insurance, Disabilily, Flex Benefits, Vacation Time, 9 paid Holidays, Direct I)eposits, 401K and Profit Sharing. Windows and Doors Built around you. Please apply in person at: MaNn Windows and Doors of Grafton 14835 Highway 17 West Grafion, ND 58273 (701)352-4077 MARVIN WINDOWS AND DOORS OF GRAFTON HAS A CLEAN) SAFE ENVIRONMENT WITH CAREER GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU.~ By Jake Schauer coach tbr the Varsity fbotball PARK RIVER, N.D.- Last team this fall and well ........ I March, I found myselfa college would say that couldn't have student who was soon to gradu- went much better. Basically, I like ate with a couple teaching de- to say I am "Livin' the Dream". grees, but still no clue where 1 I am excited for what the future wanted to teach. As I started to holds in Park River for myself search tbr jobs, I came across a and opportunities that may arise. fourth grade opening in Park In the classroom, we have River. Now, there were a few as- been hard at work all year pol- pects that caught my eye about ishing our Math, Science, and this particular job. First, it was Health skills and knowledge. In fourth grade, which was a grade fourth grade, we are "depart- I was comfortable teaching. Also, mentalized", meaning 1 teach there was a first grade opening in Math, Science, and Health. The Park River too that my gMfriend students switch teachers after at the time, now fianc6, could ap- lunch to Mr. Omdahl, where ply for. To get to the point, we they get their daily dose of Read- were offered the jobs and we ac- ing, Language Arts, and Social cepted them, even though the Studies. This has been a great only time we had been to Park idea and I believe that students River was to interview tbr the po- are truly enjoying being able to sitions, have both teachers. Currently, I find myself in a All in all, the short time I have situation that I would have nev- lived in Park River has been er imagined. I have truly en- great and I believe the future here joyed my teaching position, co- holds great things for the great workers, and class at PRAS. The people of this extremely wel- amount of support and care for coming community. education is superior to anything Editor :s' Note." Schauer is a I have witnessed prio : Also, I had Jourth grade teacher at Park the opportunity to be an assistant Rivet" Area Elementary School. COUNTY Stay connected, subscribe. 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