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MARCH 26, 2014 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur. March . wed., 2 Meals are subject to change without notice EDh,IORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Dally: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat product8 Thurs- B: French toast, sauce L: chicken enchiladas w/trimmings, corn fruit Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers, sauce Men- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: beef stroganoff, carrots, dinner roll sauce Tues- B: breakfast wrap, sauce L: turkey soup, assorted sandwiches, salad, fruit Wed- B: French toast casserole, fruit L: chicken burger, French fries, salad, veg. beans, sauce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk  bread al served daiy. Meals =re subject to chaJe. Thurs- B: breakfast sandwich, juice L: hot dogs, baked beans, potato salad, chips, fresh fruit Fri- B: cinnamon rolls, juice L: hamburgers w/assorted toppings, French fries, cheese slices, pickles, baked beans, fruit cups Mon- Tue- B: Fried eggs, toast L: Cream of potato soup, assorted sandwiches, cheese, crackers, reg. tray, fruit cups Wed- B: French toast L: BBQ pork roast, cheesy hashbrowns, corn, veg. tray, fresh fruit Mnrro PUBLIC SCHOOL (Mnrro) Fruits, vcsetablos , milk, peanut butter, jolly, and bread served with all meala. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: hard shell taco, refried beans Fri- B: muffins, yogurt L: 8th grade choice Men- B: breakfast pizza L: corn chowder soup, sandwiches -'rue- B: Cinnamon ,rOlls L: Chicken patty on a 'bun, macaroni salad Wed-B: French toast L: Corn dogs, potato chips, baked beans PARK RIVER ARYA PUeLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad , and milk arc served daily. Thurs- B: sausage & cheese frittatas L: chicken nuggets, pasta salad Fri- B: cereal, toast L: shrimp, California blend Men- B: breakfast on a stick L: BBQ's on a bun, baked chips Tue- B: Omelets, Toast L: Chicken Nuggets, Green Beans Wed- B: Cereal, Toast L: Chili, Breadsticks, VALIY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) lrsh voA4os (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sdwiches offered as an alternative to the ontrdc. Thurs- turkey and gravy, mashed potatoes, cooked carrots Fri- grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato soup Men- Corn Dogs, Baked Beans, Tue- Hamburgers & Toppings, French Fries, Green Beans Wed- Chicken Noodle Soup, Tuna, turkey, & uncrustable sandwiches, Peas VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) SaJad bar, [Tuit, milk sorvod at each meal. Thurs- beef stew, biscuits Fri- French bread cheese pizza, chips & cheese Men- chicken strips, potato wedges, baked beans VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Broad, milk, fruit, vooogio bar, dessert, peanut butter Lnd jelly scrvad with all meal& Thurs- taco salad, Busch's beans Pri- WGR cheese pizza, Italian pasta salad Men- chicken nuggets, hash browns Tues- French toast, sausage, scrambled eggs, juice cup Wed- chili, crackers, brown bread, cheese sticks Vailey-Edinburg takes home high honors at Science Fair GRAND FORKS, N D Qualifier --= Fourteen Valley-Edin- Selena Hobbs burg High School students, two middle school students, and one elementary stu- dent participated in the Northeast Regional Sci- ence and Engineering Fair at LIND on March 18. About 100 students from 9 area schools presented proj- ects in all three divisions. Results from Valley- Edinburg Schools are as follows: Elementary Division- Kaylee Kemp • Best of Category (El- ementary)- Chemistry • 1 st Place Award - El- ementary Div. Junior Division- Alyssa Kemp • Best of Category (Computer Science) • Best of Category (En- vironmental Management) • Association for Women Geoscientists Award • State Science Fair Qualifier Wesley Kemp • Best of Category (Mathematics) • Best of Category (Physics and Astronomy) • ASM International Foundation Award • US Metric Associa- tion • US Navy/US Marine Corps Awards • State Science Fair Qualifier • Reserve Champion - Jr. Division Senior Division Rachel Jonasson • State Science Fair Qualifier Danielle Durand • State Science Fair Qualifier Emily Swanson • State Science Fair Qualifier Elli Pastorek • Slate Science Fair Photos: Submitted Top Left: Kaylee, Alyssa, and Wesley Kemp. Kaylee was in the elementary division; Alyssa and Wesley competed in the junior division. Top Right: All of the students from Valley-Edinburg High School who participated in the Regional Science Fair. Back Row (L to R): Loretta Monson, Danielle Durand, Kristian Myrdal, Shelby Cyr; Middle Row: Rachel Jonasson, Halley Jackson, Emily Swanson, Elli Pastorek, Becky Klose; Front Row." Selena Hobbs, Courtney Estad, Mikayla Fingarson, Morgan Ellingson, Courtney Duff, Haley Ashpole. Middle Left: Wesley Kemp won the Reserve Champion award in the junior division. His project was entitled Calculating the Crash, A Comparison of Impulse and Collision of Various Materials. Bottom Left: Shelby Cyr won Grand Champion in the senior division. Her project has relevance for Alzheimer's Disease. She compared the forms of Abeta polypeptide on the lev- els of polyamines and their subsequent neurotoxicity. Bottom Right: Courtney Es- tad received the Reserve Champion honors in the senior division with her project on Harmful Herbicides. She compared the effects of five agricultural herbicides (dif- ferent concentrations of each) on human cells. • State Science Fair Qual- ifier Haley Ashpole • Best of Category (Ani- mal Sciences) • State Science Fair Qual- ifier Morgan Ellingson • Best of Category (Med- icine and Health) • State Science Fair Qual- ifier Kristian Myrdal • Best of Category (Mi- crobiology) • State Science Fair Qual- ifier Mikayla Fingarson • Best of Category (Plant Sciences) • State Science Fair Qual- ifier Courtney Duff • American Psychological Association Award • State Science Fair Qual- ifier Courtney Estad • Best of Category (Bio- chemistry) • Coalition for Conserva- tion and Environmental Ed- ucation • Ricoh Corporation for the Regional Ricoh Sustain- able Developmental Award • State Science Fair Qual- ifier • Reserve Champion - Senior Division Shelby Cyr • Best of Category (Cel- lular and Molecular Biology) • US Navy/US Marine Corps Awards • Yale Science and Engi- neering Association Award • State Science Fair Qual- ifier • Grand Champion- Sen- ior Division State science fair quail- tiers advance to the State Sci- ence Fair on April 3-4 at UND. WalshCounty 4-H Crop Judgingteampla00third at state VALLEY CITY, N.D. -- The Walsh County Junior 4-H Crop Judging team recorded a third place finish at the state event held in conjunction with the North Dako- ta Winter Show in Valley City. The crop judging contest consists of classes of four pans each of hard red spring wheat, durum, barley, oats and flax. The 4- H'ers evaluate and rank them for seed val- ue. Participants also identify market factors of wheat, barley and soybeans, and deter- mine the crop grade of a sample based on information provided. The contest also in- eludes identification of weed and crop seeds and mounts. Counties could enter any number of 4- H participants in each division of the con- test. The scores of the top three members of the county team are added to make a team score. Junior judging members included Toby Zikmund of Pisek, Lilly and Britton Bina of Lankin, Zach Zikumund of Pisek, Sara Hodek of Fairdale, Justin Klose of Hoople, Jonah and Owen Zikmund of Pisek and An- drew Myrdal of Edinburg. Several Walsh County judgers made the top 15 high individuals. In the senior di- vision Andrew Brummond placed 10th. In the junior division Toby Zikmund placed seventh, Lilly Bina placed eighth, Britton Bina placed ninth and Zach Zikmund placed 11 th. The Walsh County senior and junior crop judgers are coached by Brad Brummond. "I am extremely proud of these kids," said Brummond. "They have worked hard to learn to properly identify local crops and weeds and can evaluate crops for market." Awards for the contest were sponsored by the Valley City Lions Club, North Dakota Winter Show and North Dakota Crop Improvement and Seed Association, and through the support of the North Dako- ta 4-H Foundation. Photo: Submitted Above: The Walsh County 4-H Junior Crop Judgers: Front Row (L to R): Zach Zilonund, Jonah Zikmund, Andrew Myrdal, Justin Klose, Owen Zikmund. Back Row (L to R): Lilly Bina, Sara Hodek, Britton Bina, Toby Zikmund. HELP WANTED MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring one or more full-time Deputy Sheriffs. Apply by 4:00 pm CDT on April 9 by call- ing 701-462-8541. TOWNER COUNTY SHERIFF'S Office is accepting ap- plications for full and part time employment. Must be eligi- ble of POST license. Immediate opening for part time. Send your resume to Sheriff Klier, PO Box 366, Cando ND 58324, Fax: 701- 968-4351 or sheriffklier@aol.com before April 17, 2014. RN/LPN POSITION available at the Strasburg Care Center, Strasburg, N.D. Competitive wages, benefits avail- able. Call 701-336-2651 for application. FAMILY BASED SERVICES - The Village is hiring fam- ily therapists in Minot and Williston. Mental Health/Social Work or related license required. Send resume to bfix@thevillagefamily.org. PARK RIVER IMPLEMENT is hiring ag equipment diesel mechanics at locations in Park River, Cando and Rolla. Requires working knowledge of automotive and diesel systems. Will provide manufacturer training. We offer competitive benefits and strong opportunities for growth! Call John at 284-6316 or at www.parkriverimple- ment.com. AG PARTS AND Technician positions open at Farmers Union Oil, Kenmare, ND. Excellent wage and benefits package. Call Terry, 701-385-4277 for application or email: terryfuoil@restel.com ESTABLISHED BUSINESS NOW Hiring Auto and Diesel Mechanics. Experience preferred, but will train the right applicant. Housing Available. Call Jeff at (701) 475- 2921. H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local established electrical company in Williston, ND is seeking Journeymen and Ex- perienced Apprentice Electricians. Oil & gas industry ex- perience a plus! Competitive pay and benefits. 701-774-1001. CENTRAL N.D. DIRT and field drain tile contractor seeking dependable individuals. Full time employment. No long distance work. Sleep in your own bed. 701-341-0454 / kingdom@daktel.com HELP WANTED in western North Dakota. Great North- ern Ag is a pulse processing/seed facility in need of staff. Full details at www.greatnorthernag.com or call 701/497- 3082. NORTH DAKOTA FARMERS UNION is seeking appli- cants for a part-time Motor Coach Operator. Responsibili- ties would include driving a 56 passenger motor coach and maintaining all the necessary regulatory driver reports. Ap- plicants should have a CDL with P and Air Brake endorse- ment. Experience in the transportation industry would be preferred. On the job training may be available to qualified applicant. Those interested in should submit a resume to lisa.severson@fumic.com • Applicants can contact Lisa Severson @ 701-952-2169 should they have questions. CLASS A CDL drivers needed starting April 1st: Drivers needed to haul fertilizer and seed until May 20th. Then wheat harvest start in Oklahoma that we follow North back to North Dakota. Employment lasting until December, year round employment possible. Kenworth trucks. Anderson Harvesting & Trucking, 701-230-3879 or 701-230-1138.\\; WANTED EXPERIENCED CRUDE HAULING CARRI- ERS to haul Under Your Own Authority, DOT Number and Insurance. Companies must have: HAZMAT Registration, provided copy of your current DOT Safety Rating, TERO Card enrollment for all trucks, In force; a drug policy which requires periodic tests of employees for prohibited drugs as required by DOT. All Company drivers shall be employees and all required DOT files shall be in full compliance. All of drivers must have: Passed medical and drug test; and be in compliance 49 CFR 391, Class A CDL, Tanker and HAZMAT endorsement, understanding of Oil Field Safety requirements, the ability to transport hazardous materials while complying with all Federal, State, local, and company rules and regulations, minimum 2 years verifiable driving experience, clean MVR record, ability to lift 80LBS, ability to communicate efficiently and respectfully with clients, all required PPE for all sites such as H2S Monitors, H2s train- ing and OSHA 10 training at a minimum. Email Eric UIm at eulm@ulmcorporation.com WANTED TO BUY WANTED: AC GEHL, AC Gwen, Paul and Stark Oats. Call Dave at 701.368.8158. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs- sets@qwestoffice.net, 877-754-3111. NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer 701-238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Services. www.pifers.com LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE ROY LAKE (SD) secluded 4Oacre parcel with an 18 ac forested peninsula surrounded by lake & state land. Mod- ern cabin/garage, www.roylakeproperty.com MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE USED PORTABLE storage containers: 8'x10', 8'x20', 8'x40' Wind, water, rodent tight. High cubes also available. Delivery available. Call 701-260-8564. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone num- bers, e-mails of all ND newspapers, radio/-I-V stations, spe- cialty publications. Only $25. North Dakota Newspaper Association, 701-223-63g7. EVERY NORTH DAKOTA newspaper. That's where your 25-word classified ad will appear for only $150. Con- tact this newspaper for details. ANNOUNCEMENTS /PERSONALS FESTIVAL VENDORS WANTED - Watford City Cen- tennial Celebration June 27-28. Expecting 5,000 atten- dees. Looking for Art, Craft & Commercial Vendors. For information go to www.watfordcitycentennial.com or call Amanda Kieson at 701-842-6831 or Whippinstitch@yahoo.com. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC NOTICES ARE your connection to govern- ment -- available online and searchable by newspaper, city or keyword at www.ndpublicnotices.com.