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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, APRIL I 5, 2015 MINTO, N.D. -- Minto High School will present John Patrick's "The Curious Savage," an insanely funny comedy for the entire fami- ly. The residents of The Cloister's "sanatorium" anxiously await the ar- rival of Ethel R Savage (Amber Ger- szewski) who was committed by her lovely stepchildren in hopes to "bring her to her senses." Mrs. Savage has been lett ten million dol- lars by her husband and wants to make the best use of it, in spite of the effom of her grown-up stepchildren to get their hands on it. In the sanatorium Mrs. Savage meets various social misfits, men and women who just cannot adjust themselves to life, people who need the help Mrs. Savagecan provide. Fairy May (Danika Flanders) is a compulsive liar who is obsessed with having others love her. Jeff(Brock Ulland) constantly hides from oth- ers due to the atrocious scar he be- lieves is on his face from being shot down as a pilot in war. Annabelle (Lili Robinson) once a statistician, being replaced by the electric cal- culator, has taken up the violin, which she believes she can play beautifully. Florence (Jamie Cza- piewski) the elegant "mother" of The Cloisters believes she has a five- year-old son named Jolm Thomas. Mrs. Paddy (Briana Roller) hates everything in the world, but most of all electricity, which she has given up for Lent. Soon after Dr. Ermnett (Jacob Maltick) and Miss Willie (Venettia Castillo) get Mrs. Savage settled into her new home, her lovely stepchil- Photo-Submitted Above: Back: (L to R) Lili Robinson, Matt Dodson, Remy Waldner, Venetlia CasSio, Jamie Czapiewski, Adam Barclay, Brianna Roller. Seated on the couch: Kaylee Maendel, Amber Gerszewski, Danika Flanders Jacob Mallick. Not Pictured: Killian Coffinet-Crean dren arrive demanding their money spire to get rid of her stepchildren, Titus (Killian Coffinet-Crean) is a .U.S. senator. Lily Belle (Kaylee Maendel) was once married to a Slo- yak prince, and has remarried five times since. Samuel (,Remy Wald- ner) has the distinction of being a judge who has had many decisions overturned. As Mrs. Savage makes her new friends with The Cloisters they con- and she sends her stepchildren on a wild goose chase in search of the hidden bonds. The last scene, a farewell party, is a delightful fantasy where each Dodson as the nnderstudy for Titus. Adam Barclay is on Stage Crew. The play is directed by Rebecca O'Toole. Two perfommnces are sched- uled-----one on Friday, April 17 at 7:30 p.m. and a matinee on Satur- "guesf' in the sanatoriummalized at day, A p fikL8 at2:30 p.m. The play last some hopeless dream of some- will be perforrfie-d--at-the-Min thing they were never able to real- High School gymnasium. Tickets ize. will be available at the door for $3 Other cast members include Matt for all ages. LAS VEGAS -- The North Dakota Music Teachers Association (NDMTA) has been award- ed the 2015 State Affiliate of the Year Award by the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA). Local piano teachers, Sheryl Kjelland, Jeanette Bemtson, Mia Presteng, Cindy Olson, Linda Han- son-Bell, Cathy Sando, and Connie Sjostrom, are members of NDMTA. The award is given to one state that makes the most significant contribution to the music pro. l ssion through participation in MTNA nation- al programs and additional programs estab- lished within their state. NDMTA received this distinction at the recent MTNA and NODAK Competitions, Music Ral- MTNA National Conference in Las Vegas, Ne- lies, Annual State Conferences and more. NDM-- vada. Accepting the award on behalf of NDM- .TA was also selected because of its informative TA was its current state president, Lisa Schuler, website, quarterly newsletters, yearly.men3ber2 NDCTM fiom Langdon, North Dakota. MTNA ship directories and membership growth. NDM- President, Kenneth Christenson and MTNA Executive Director and CEO, Gary Ingle, pre- sented NDMTA a one thousand dollar grant and trophy gavel. The nominating committee awarded North TA has 120 members and is considered to be "small but mighty" by MTNA. Lisa Schuler, NDMTA President, said, "The North Dakota Music Teachers Association is hon- Dakota for its many programs that benefit the ored to have received this professional distinc- MTNA organization, its music teacher members tion and Will continue to serve its members for and their students. NDMTA's programs include - ih -bettelineiifofrnusie-educationand music ap- Foundation Fellow, Commissioning Composer, preciation in colnmunities throughout the state." Photo: Submitted Above: Hayshakers coloring rocket bodies (left to right) Eva Sobak, Sara Hodek, Heather Okeson, Jaedyn Pesek, Ashtyn Pesek, Ethan Okeson By Eva Sobak ered rockets, which will latmched FAIRDALE, N.D. Jaedyn on their maiden flights on a classi- Pesek piloted the Hayshakers when fled date later this year, using an ap- they gathered at the Mark and Kori paratus created by Tim Hodek. As Hodek Command Center for their usual, the snacks provided by Mrs. March meeting, on Sunday the 22 Hodek were out of this world! The at 7 pro. lunch included homemade pizza Business, both old & new, was rolls, cookies and juice. addressed, requirements for receiv- The Hayshakers will be thrust to- ing awards were reviewed andthe getheragain on April 12 at 7 pm, at Ngeoming-Va neiySfiow was dis- the Hodek Farm. cussed. Club members then-colored Editor "s Note Sobak is the club re- and created the bodies for air pow- polverfor the Hayshakers 4-Hclub: LANK1N, N.D. m The Seven Colton and Jayden Bondy on"How Rustlers held their 4-H meeting on to jump start your garden." The Sunday, March 29th at 4:00 at the members were sent home with their Lankin Fireball. own potted plants. The meeting was called to order The next meeting will be held on and they congratulated the partici- pants/ winners of Project Expo. Sunday, April 26th at 4 p.m. at the Connor Hodek, Mark Ellingson, Lankin Fire Hall. Sydney Beneda, Taylor and Trevor Editor Note Seven Rustlers Knudson can go to state, news submitted bv Pare Kra- A demonstration was done by tochvil. MARVIN WINDOWS AND DOORS OF GRAFTON, ND is currently offering full-time production employment for those 18 years of age or older. 1 st Shift 6:00am-2:3Opm (Monday through Friday) Overlime as needed 2nd Shift 3:30pm-2:OOam (Monday through lhursdays) Overtime as needed Starling Wage: Starling wage is 12.35 per hour * $1.25 differential pay for 2nd shift Increased to $12.75 per hour after 3 months < Have you read the In Start or renew your subscription: -County $34 / Out-of-County $38 / Out-of-State RO. 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