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THE WAI_SH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 20 7 Page 7 Thur. March - W xt. March Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) - Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- [3: cheese omelet, toast, fruit L: subs, lxgtato salad, pretzels, sauce Fri: ** NO SCHOOL ** Mon- B: muffins, fruit L: BBQ's, French fries, beans Tues- B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, green beans, %arlic toast, sauce Wed- B: cereal, sauce L: claicken fajitas, corn, ricepudding, w/raisins a FORDVILLE - LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and s~tad bar or yea. tray are served daily. Thurs- B; grilled cheese L: taco in a bag W/assorted toppirLqs, fresh fruit Fri- B: blueberry muffins, "as~)rted cereal L: macaron Man- B: assorted cereal, toast L: baked potato bar w/assorted toppings, fru.it cups Tues- B: French toast L: count1T potatoes, oven baked chicken, ,glazed carrots, coleslaw, fresh fruit Wed- B: fried e&gs, toast L: BBQ's, chips, baked beans, ch~se slices, macaroni salad, fruit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut bu tter, jelly, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: loaded nachos, breadsticKs Pri- ** NO SCHOOL ** Mon- ** NO SCHOOL ** Tries- B: cinnamon rolls L: taco salad, breadsfictcs, black beans Wed- B: biscuits, sausage & gravy L: pizza hot dish, breadsticlcs ............ BISMARCK STATE ((R,I,EGE PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk sez~ced daily. Thurs- B: breakfast burrilo L: l&sagna Fri- B: cinnamon rolls L: cheese quesadillas Man- B: French t&~st, sausage L: corn &Ns, bean Tues- B: oatmeal, toast L: taco sah~, corn Wed- B: cereal, toast L: turkey, ham & cheese subs, potato WESTERN GOVERNORS UNIVERSITY VALLEY~ EDINBURG K-4 ". (HooPLE) Fresh v~gies (lettuce~ broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk servecl at each meal. Peanut Butter clad Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entrde. Thurs- BBQ's, potato chips, green beans Fri- chicken noodle soup, sandwiches Man- ham, baked potato, corn, dinner roll 'I'ues- chicken nug~,~cts, French fries Wed- hot ham & check, baked beans VALLEY~EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- corn dongs, macaroni & ch~se, baked beans Fri- Irma no~x;lle hot dish, bread & butter Man- turkey ,stabs, chips, baked beans ' Tues- chicken bacon ranch wraps, drips, cauliflower Wed- chicken buK~ers, French fries, baked txzans VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruig veggie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Tfiurs- laco sah~, WG chips, lomakx:% salsa, cheese Fri- macaroni & cheese, breadsticks, green beans, rice Krispy bin" Man- chicken rice bake, fresh " bullS, corn Tues- chicken nt|.,~gets. French' tries, ccx)kie Wed- pulled tx)rk on WG bun, beans, baked chips Photo: Submitted Above: Emily Frovarp, (L to R) Makayla Jelinek, Jayme Sangrait, and Sarah Bums placed at the state compe- tition portion of HOSA-Future Health Professionals. By Allison Climb structor, said that they had" four bers and provide a systeha for GRAFTON, N.D. -- The Nol girls who placed in the competition recognizing the competencies de- Valley Career and Technology portion of the event, veloped by members through Chapter of HOSA-Future Health Sarah Burns, Jayme Sangrait, Health Science and Biomedical Professions of Grafion took part in and Makayla Jelinek placed third Science class instruction, related the 2017 North Dakota HOSA-Fu- in Public Service Announcement. ture Health Professionals Spring Emily Frovarp placed third in job training, and HOSA related ac- Leadership Conference in Pathophysiology. tivities. Competitive events are de: Jamestown March 5-7. According to hosa.org, "The signed to motivate HOSA mem- Valerie Heuchert, NVCTC Competitive Events Prdgrmnisde- bers to improve their knowledge Health Science Education in- signed to motivate ftOSA meln- and skills." Local student among December graduates DUBUQUE, Iowa -- The Uni- versity of Dubuque held a Decem- ber Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 15, in Herital e Center's John and Alice Butler Hall. on campus. Degrees were conferred upon 127 undergraduate mad 48 graduate students. Graduates" included Victoria Adfiano of Gmf{on who earned his Bachelor of Science. Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) of Henry Grubb, PhD, professor fbring undergraduate programs in 31 of psychology and assistant to the areas of study; gradtmte progrmns in vice president for academic affairs communication, business admin- on diversity at UD, delivered the Commencement address titled "De- istration, and physician assistant pared for the Successful and Re- studies; and theological studies. warding Life." Founded in 1852, UD is home to The University of Dubuque is a over 2,300 students from 43 states private university affiliated with and 22 countries. ' Brock Janikowski awarded NoDak Electric Scholarship for Spring 2017 BISMARCK, N.D.- The Bismarck State College the suppoi't of many generous benefactors, the BSC Foundation has recognized Brock Janikowski of Foundation was able to budget more than $475,000 in Grafton, N.D., as the recipient of the NoDak Electric scholarship awards this academic year. Scholarship. The $2500 scholarship is payable fbr the Bismarck State College, an innovative community Spring 2017 semester and will help Janikowski pursue college in Bismarck, N.D., offers high quality educa- a Lineworker degree :from BSC. tion, workforce training, and eruictunent programs reach- The BSC Fo.undation is committed to the encour- ing local and global communities. For more informa- agement and support of academic excellence. Through tion, visit bismarckstate.edu. Grafton Resident Earns Degree from WGU SALT LAKE CI-I:Y-- Tammie O'Toole of Graflon has received her Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) from Western Govemors University (WGU). The university held its 32nd semi-mmual com- mencement ceremony at the Disney Comnad0 Springs Resort in Orlando on February 11 and celebrated the graduation of more than 11,000 graduates. At the commencement, the online, nonprofit mfi- versity recognized 6,982 tmdergwaduates mid 4A76 grad- uates who have completed their degrees in business, in- formation technology, K-12 teacher education, and healthcare, including nursing. Will Weatherlbrd, Man- aging Partner of Weathertbrd Partners and Fomaer Speaker oflhe Florida House of Repre, ntatives, de- livered the commencement address, and joined Presi- dent Scott D. Pulsipher in honoring the more than 1,000 new alumni pm icipating in the cerelnony. Students who were not able to attend in person were able to watch the event via live video stream on WGU's website. Forty percem of this year's graduates represent the first generation in their family to complete.college. The average time to graduation for bachelor's degees.was 2 years, 3 months and the average time to graduation tbr graduate programs was 1 year, 9 months. Includ- ing this year's graduating class, WGU has more than 75,000 alumni to date with a current enrolled student body of over 79,000. North Kitchen Contact us 0011284-7161 Sigma E Regent Tour LS: A premium touring tire designed for today's luxury vehicles. 80,000-Mile (T-Rated) Limited Treadware Warranty P205/70R15 P215/70R15 P205/65R15 P225/60R16 P225/55R17 P225/60R17 Winter Hours until April 1 Monday-Saturday: 6am-8pm Sunday: 10am-8pm Other sizes available ! I Free mounting and balancing with purchase of 4 new tires. Hot Stuff Pizza Large Pan Single Topping Pizzas $10 Subs, Sandwiches, Appetizers, Salads available $72;42 $73.68 **NEW** Noon Specials Beer Cheese *Man - Roast Pork Tues - Tacos $84.29 & Brat Pizza :p u. uo* n'n.L:"a $4.49 small *Wed - Chicken Fried Steak Thurs - Roast Beef $116,18 $12 Large *Fri - Ham Mini Tacos All at~ ~rved with mashed potatoes and veggies Order ahead (701) 284-7007 Photo: Submitted Above: The Walsh Winners 4-H Club met on Feb. 26 to learn about weld- ing at Park River Area high school. By Abigail McCombs PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The Watsh Winners 4-H Club met on Feb. 26 at 2 p.m. to learn about welding at Park River Area high school. Northern Lights Archery Club is having archery workouts Friday evenings if interested contact Jamie. Project Expo Registration Fomas are due to the Extension Office Friday March 24. The contest is be- ing held at Park: River City Hall on March 31 with registration start- ing at 5:30. The Variety Show and Awards Ceremony will be held on April 9th at Park River City Hall. 4-Hers are asked to sell one book of tickets which can be turned into a group leader before the show or to Char- lotte Klose at the show. 4-H Ambassador Applications are due May 5th at the Extension Of rice. The selection process will take place during the Extension Youth Conference June 19-22. Young adults ages 16-22 can be state Am- bassadors. The next meeting was held March 19th at fhe Extension office-- mem- bers made tie blankets for the Pregnancy Help Center. Club members would like to thank Mr. Arndt for teaching us how to weld. Editor Note: McCombs is the club reporter /br Walsh Winners 4- H club. 4 By Colton Bandy DAHLEN, N.D. -- Meeting was held on Eebruary 12:2017 at Todd Knudson's f'ann at 2pro. Todd, Trevor and Taylor Knudson gave a demcmstration on sheep shearing and wool preparation. Also, mem- bers got to watch a lamb being born! 2016 Fair ribbon checks were given out to the members in attendance. Note: please get those checks cashed or deposited as soon as possible. Next meeting was held March 12, 2017. Editor Note: Bandy/s" the club reporter./or Wals'h County Winners 4-H club. 6:O0 a PM rch 31, 2017 High Friends and supporters of Park River Hockey welcome. IT Sgstem Technician Pembina County Memorial Hospital/Wedgewood Manor is looking for the best and brightest to lake our IT infrastructure to the next hve]. If you have passion and expertise in Systems . ~.. Administration and Operations, Networking or Tehcom POSITIOfl RESPONSIBILITIES Provide desklop and mobile computing supporl, truin users and diagnose problems. Administer all IT uipmenl- desklop computing, servers, printers, lelephone, instruments video and equipment, conferencing, security swilches, touters, ond olher general networkiffg equipmenl. 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