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PAGE 8 THE PRESS APRIL 2, 2014 EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOL Thur., April 3 - Wed., April 9 Meals are subject to chaage without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, bread, salad, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: cereal, yogurt, juice L: cheese pizza, green beans, salad, fruit Men- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: Shelby's Pick: macaroni ham and cheese hot dish, carrots, salad, dinner roll, strawberry bananas Tues- B: muffins, eggs, fruit L: scalloped potatoes, ham, peas, salad, bread, sauce Wed- B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, green beans, salad, sauce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVlLLE) Milk & Dread are served daily. Meals are subject to chaJ~ge. Thurs- B: grilled cheese, juice L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic bread, salad bar, fruit cups Pri- B: cinnamon rolls, assorted cereal, toast, juice L: cheese pizza, salad bar fruit sauce Men- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: BBQ's, chips, baked beans, cheese slices, macaroni salad, veg. tray, fruit Tues- B: scrambled eggs, toast, juice L: chef salad w/assorted toppings, cinnamon rolls, veg. tray, fresh fruit Wed- B: pancakes, syrup, juice L; chicken patties, mashed potatoes, country gravy, glazed carrots, veg. tray, fruit cups MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with ail meals. Thur- B: Bagels, cream cheese, yogurt L: Taco in a bag Fri- B: Cereal, toast L: Cheese pizza Men- B: Eggs, bacon, toast L: Beef stew, biscuits Tues- B: Omelets, toast, fruit, juie~, and milk L: = Cold turkey wrap, potato chips Wed- B: Pancakes, syrup L: Hamburgers, French fries, pudding cups PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs- B: French toast, sausage L: chicken strips, California blend Fri- B: cereal, toast L: cheese pizza, carrots Men- B: sausage & cheese frittata L: chicken burgers, chips, salsa Tues- B: pancakes, sausage L: beef burritos, refried beans Wed- B: cereal, toast L: hot ham and cheese, rice VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) l~esh vcg, 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. Thurs- chicken & gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll Fri---cheese pizza, cooked carrots Men- chicken nuggets, hash browns, baked beans dinner roll Tues- taco in a bag/toppings, refried beans, salsa Wed- BBQ's smile potatoes, corn VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- meatballs, mashed potatoes & gravy, corn Fri- grilled cheese, tomato soup Men- chicken bacon wraps, chips, baked chips Tues- pepperoni French bread pizza, jell-o Wed- chicken strips, steak fries, corn VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, vc~ie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- hot ham 'n cheese, pioneer beans Fri- fish patty on wgr bun, tartar sauce, Asian coleslaw Men- rice pilaf, egg rolls, chicken Tues- taco salad, cheese, salsa, bush's beans, cookie Wed- pork roast in gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole Third quarter honor roll "A" Honor Roll Freshmen Robb Kuchar Seniors Nicole Landsem Colton Skorheim Nicole Bylin Haley Lorenz Sophmores Karlee Linstad 8th Grade Jonathan Skjervheim Shelby Lorenz Emily Ketelsen Freshman Patricia Mack 7th Grade Shaye Ronningen Sara Hodek Juan Castillo, Jr. Juniors Haylee Linstad Oven Minello Fallyn Freije Ethan Sampson Mary Nienhuis Candra Kalhagen 8th Grade Kaden Martinson "B" Honor Roll Tanner Aanstad Miranda Martinson Seniors Austin Jenniges Jaedyn Pesek Jacob Johanson Mikara Johanson Sophmores Luke Mathiason Leandre Kalhagen Ashtyn Pesek Juniors Brandt Ronningen Denver Dvorak Nathan Lorenz Alexandra Rose Timothy Hodek 7th Grade Lauren Sampson Erika KratochvilHolden Mack Third quarter honor roll "A" Honor Roll Taylor Knudson Sophomores Seniors 7th Grade Joshua Ruzicka Whitney Carlson Sydney Beneda Preston Sluke Jessica Tennison Marissa Sluke Cole Tennison Sophomores 9th Grade Jessica Best "B" Honor Roll Augustus StephensonJuniors Trevor Knudson Freshmen Esten Beneda 7th Grade Bailey Beneda Jana Northagen Maxwell Masko Taylor Dalbey Bethany Novak Bryce Wood Third quarter honor roll A Honor Rolls Seniors: Sydney Dale, Rachel Dickson, Jake Riske, Benjamin Schanilec, Drew Slominski, Ryan Thorvilson. Juniors: Teah McLean, Mari Sargent. Sophomores: None. Freshmen: None. 8th Grade: Sara Goodoien, Jamye McMiUan. 7thGrade: Vegas Dale, Jakob Danula, Jason Dombrowski, Harmony Downer, Madison Geisinger, Thomas Gonitzke, Tatiana McGreevy, Samantha Overend, Alyssa Paschke, Donovan Temel, Jamie Thorvilson, Ogden Wasylow. 6th Grade: Avery Moen, Kaelan Robberstad, Rebecca Sauvageau. 5th Grade: Kayla Becker, Jamison Irwin, Haven Korynta, Elizabeth Schanilec, April Schmitz, Rachaele Soderman. 4th Grade: Khaleela Korynta, Amy Larson, Payton Osowski, Alexandria Teruel. B Honor Rolls Seniors:' Mikaila Boxley, Callie Downer, Benjamin Fossum, Donald Haugen, Daisy Hensmd, Emily Hicks, Madison Hulst, Trey Hunt, Dalton Irwin, Erica Longtin, Dominique Martinez. Juniors: Kyle Becker, Stephanie Bielawsld, Michael Durkin, Derek Goodoien, April Handeland, Mackenzie Irwin, Corbyn Robberstad, Katlyn SnoBeck. Sophomores: Kieran Anderson, Cormey Bumett, Taunya Johnson, Christina Mahnke, Jarek Paschke, Hanna Sampel, Wyatt Wasylow. Freshmen: Elijah DePyper, Jenna Graham, Logan Key, Aiden Robberstad. 8th Grade: CaseyAnderson, Jimmy Bumett, Alyssa Machovsky, Kyle SnoBeck. 7th Grade: Allison Butters, Faith Johnson, Ashley McAdam 6th Grade: AnaLee Pmneda, Justin Sargent. 5th Grade: Sebastian Letterman, Kanon Moen. 4th Grade: Trent Bemier, Sturgis Dale, Brianna Foley, Emma Pruneda, Alica Rodriguez- Vondal, Nevaeh Yon. Foay-three students from Valley-Edinburg/Crystal (above) and Noah Border SADD chapters attended the state convention in Grand Forks. Photos: Submitted - Pembina (below) By Keythe Flaagan GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Forty-Three stu- dents from Valley-Edin- burg/Crystal and Pem- bina SADD chapters at- tended the state conven- tion, which was held at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, March 23- 25. This year's theme was "Come Together". Sunday night's agen- da included warm-up ac- tivities at the Alems Cen- ter where supper was also served. An early morning breakfast, keynote speakers, and workshops for the stu- dents filled Monday's and Tuesday's activities. Estimated attendance at this year's convention was set at over 600 stu- dents, lence, Self-Image, and bunch of kids. Your sup- A few of the work- What Makes a Role port in the past and future shop options students Model. has been greatly appre- could attend included:I would like to thank ciated. Teen Traffic Safety Is- Heidi Kihne, Neche and Editor's Note: Flaa- sues, Healthy Relation- Natalie Feltman, Crystal gan is the advisor for ships and Dating Vio- for chaperoning this great Valley-Edinburg SADD. BISMARCK, N.D. -- Students from Bismarck, Middle School in Bismarck, won the essay contest. Cavalier, Fargo, Halliday, Minot and Scranton were the Morgan Reeder, 10, a student at Clara Barton Ele- winners in the 2014 Pride of Dakota essay and poster mentary School in Fargo, won the poster contest. contests. Caleb Akin, 14, Halliday Public School, and Billie "These essays and posters clearly demonstrate the Carik, 14, Cavalier Publi School,wr 1t 6 secShd irid understanding these young people have of the impor- third-place winners in the es say contesL tance of farming and ranching," said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring at a Tuesday news con- Haile Werre, 9, Longfellow Elementary School, ference. "I am very impressed both by their knowledge Minot, and Madison Wilson, 10, Scranton School, and their skill in communicating it." Scranton, took second and third in the poster contest. The news conference was held in the State Capitol's The winners received monetary awards from the Memorial Hall during National Agriculture Week. The NDBA. theme of this year's contest is "North Dakota Agri- The Pride of Dakota program fosters the develop- culture: Growing for You and Me." ment and growth of small businesses and especially "The North Dakota Bankers Association is proud to businesses that are farm-based or rely on agricultural honor the achievements of young people who under- commodities. Pride of Dakota member companies can stand the value of North Dakota's agriculture industry," participate in cooperative promotion and marketing said Rick Clayburgh, president and CEO of the North Dakota Bankers Association (NDBA). "We will always events; receive representation at local, state, regional, be proud of our state's businesses, farmers and ranch- national, and international trade shows; and take part ers that offer excellent products that complement in educational opportunities. More than 500 companies healthy lifestyles." are Pride of Dakota members. Authorized by the Leg- This year's winners are: islature, the program is administered by the North Dako- Rowyn Schollmeyer, 13, a student at Horizon ta Department of Agriculture. or|n Your classified ad will appear in all gO North Dakota dilly N weekly newspapers foro@ I Cally0ur newspaper I: 0rl,866 85 889 HELP WANTED MCLEAN COUNTY IS hiring one or more full-time Deputy Sheriffs. Apply by 4:00 pm CDT on April 9 by calling 701-462-8541. TOWNER COUNTY SHERIFF'S Office is accepting applications for full and part time employment. Must be eligible 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 sheriffk- before April 17, 2014. FAMILY BASED SERVICES - The Village is hiring family therapists in Minot and Willis- ton. Mental Health/Social Work or related li- cense required. Send resume to 7-12 PRINCIPAL FOR Larimore Jr/Sr High School starting August 2014. For information call 701-343-2366 or go to http://www.lari- Applications due April 14. SPANISH TEACHER WITH other combi- nations considered for Larimore HS starting August 2014. For information call 701-343- 2366 or go to openings.html. PART-TIME ELEMENTARY music teacher at Lanmore Elementary School starting August 2014. For information call 701-343-2366 or go to rimorek openings.html. HS LIBRARIAN/TITLE 1 Teacher at Mid- way Public School, Inkster, ND starting August 2014. For information call 701-869-2432 or go to http://www.midwaykl openings.html NPS IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING appli- cations for the following positions. 1) K-12 Counselor Position with Career Technical En- dorsement, 2) Pre-school to 12th grade Speech and Language Arts Teacher. Send Letter of Application, Resume, Credentials, College Transcripts, and References, to Mr. EIRoy Burkle, Superintendent Napoleon Pub- lic School, PO Box 69, Napoleon, ND 58561- 0069. Closing Date: Until Filled. NPS is an EOE. PARK RIVER IMPLEMENT is hiring ag equipment diesel mechanics at locations in Park River, Cando and Rolla. Requires work- Oklahoma that we follow North back to North ing knowledge of automotive and diesel sys- Dakota. Employment lasting until December, tems. Will provide manufacturer training. We year round employment possible. Kenworth offer competitive benefits and strong opportu- trucks. Anderson Harvesting & Trucking, 701- nities for growth! Call John at 284-6316 or at 230-3879 or 701-230-1138. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local establishedPICKUPUP TRUCKS NEEDED NOW! electrical company in Williston, ND is seeking Move RV trailers from Indiana and delivery all Journeymen and Experienced Apprentice over the USA and CANADA. Many trips Electricians. Oil & gas industry experience a headed WEST! Go to: plus! Competitive pay and benefits. 701-774- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1001. WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & CENTRAL N.D. DIRT and field drain tile Gas Leases- Experienced Family Owned Oil contractor seeking dependable individuals. Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Full time employment. No long distance work. Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to Sleep in your own bed. 701-341-0454 / king- P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. Miner- alAssets@qwestoffice, net, 877-754-3111. HELP WANTED in western North Dakota. NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are Great Northern Ag is a pulse processing/seed at all time highs! Contact Kevin Pifer 701-238- facility in need of staff. Full details at 5810 ( forFree Farmland or call 701/497-Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Manage- 3082. ment Services. NORTH DAKOTA FARMERS UNION is LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE seeking applicants for a part-time MotorLAKESIDE LOTS FOR sale on Devils Coach Operator. Responsibilities would in- Lake! Include water, electric, sewer, private clude driving a 56 passenger motor coachand ramp, trees, sandy beaches. Call 701-303- maintaining all the necessary regulatory driver 0392. reports. Applicants should have a CDL with P LIVESTOCK & SUPPLIES and Air Brake endorsement. Experience in the 2 YEAR OLD BLACK Angus Bulls sired by transportation industry would be preferred. On Sitz Upward, Connealy Infocus 4925, Con- the job training may be available to qualified nealy Reflection, GT Premium Design & More. applicant. Those interested in should submit a Moderate Framed, Good Disposition, Calving resume to . Appli- Ease and High Growth. Lawler Angus Ranch cants can contact Lisa Severson @ 701-952- Linton, ND 701-782-4280. 2169 should they have questions. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE WATER TANKER DRIVERS. Williston. Ko- ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, rsmo Bros. Must be 22 years old, 2 yearsphone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspa- tanker exp. in good health & have clean MVR. pers, radio/TV stations, specialty publications. Salary $25-27/hr. Dave 218-779-0771. Only $25. North Dakota Newspaper Associa- RAILROAD VEGETATION CONTROL: tion, 701-223-6397. Full-time traveling opportunity, 60-80 EVERY NORTH DAKOTA newspaper. hours/week, $11-$15/hour, meal allowance, That's where your 25-word classified ad will paid lodging & benefit package. RAW, Inc. in appear for only $150. Contact this newspaper Cooperstown, ND - 888.700.0292 [ for details. I info@rawapplica- MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC NOTICES ARE your connection to CLASS A CDL drivers needed starting April government -- available online and searchable 1st: Drivers needed to haul fertilizer and seed by newspaper, city or keyword at www.ndpub- until May 20th. Then wheat harvest start in