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V APRIL 17, 2013 THE PRESS. - PAGE 7 "+ to change without notice ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs- B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, green beans, garlic toast, salad, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, carrot sticks, crackers, salad, fruit Mon- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: baked potato w/ham, corn, broccoli, cheese, dinner rolls, salad, sauce Tues-"B: tacgo, sauce L: chicken i burger, pretzels, salad, fruit Wed- B: toast, sauce L: chili, shredded cheese, crackers, cinnamon rolls, salad, sauce ADAMS-EDMoI~ HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, sal4d bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: long johns, pineapple chunks L: tuna hot dish, corn, pickles, cranberries, strawberry cups or salad bar Fri- B: cereal, toast L: soft shell tacos w/trimmings, baby carrots, choc. chip cookies, kiwi or salad bar Mon- B: cereal, toast L: hot flogs, oven fries, lettuce salad, jells w/topping or salad bar Tues- B: French toast, mandarin oranges L: pizza, cottage cheese, baby carrots, fruit or salad bar Wed- B: cereal, toast L: chicken bits w/gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, dessert or salad bar FORDVILLE - I~ANKIN SCHOCgL (FoRDVILLO Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subjbct to chanse. Thurs- B: raised donuts, assorted cereal, juice L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, reg. tray, fruit sauce Pri- B: pancakes, juice L: chef salad w/toppings, cinnamon rolls, veg. tray, fruit sauce . Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: pizza no(~dle hot dish, buns, salad bar, fresh fruit Tues- B: caramel rolls, juice L: subs w/assorted toppings, harvest cheddar chips, fruit sauoe. Wed- B: fried eggs, toast, juice L: chicken tortilla soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, cheese slices, fruit sauces veg. tray Mncro PuBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all b~asts; milk, petmut butter, and bread served with MI memo. Thurs- B: French toast /syrup, sausage links, toast, cereal,juice L: taco in bag, salsa, sour cream, cheese, lettuce, veggie, fruit bar Fri- B: cinnamon rolls, toast, cereal, juice L: ohicken'patties on a bun, green beans, baked potato chips, veggie, fruit bar Mon- B: breakfast pizza, toast, cereal, juice L: chicken tortilla soup, tortilla chips, veggies, fruit r in Photo: Submitted Above: Eli 01s0n, a Valley-Edinburg Sophomore, received the Jeff Augustin Award at the Northeast Regional Science Fair. A student is chosen every year to receive this award by the criteria provided to the judges. The Science Fair was held on March 13, 2013 in Grand Forks, ND. Eli 01son received a $100 cash award for his project "Factors that Affect Ce- ment Strength". sweet music in ' By Lorrie Hylden Greetings from the Park Riv- er Elementary music classroom: We are very busy winding down the year and preparing for our Spring Concert. Our theme this year is, "Rock and Roll Forever." We are having a blast in the third and,fourth grade preparing for all of those Elvis, Beach Boys, and Richard Brown (just to name a few) songs for the audience. The fifth graders are prepar- ing to head out onApril 11 to the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra concert at the Chester Fritz. It is always a fun learning experience seeing a live orches- tra in concert. The fifth graders look forward to it each year. Don't be surprised if your kindergartner, first, or second grader mentions something about flying a kite sometime this sum- mer. I think it is a lot of the stu- dent's favorite song. They will be performing this song at the spring concert. I am so appreciative of an ad- ministration, staff and board that support the music education here students with no course work or experience in the arts. Albert Einstein is quoted as saying, "If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musi- clan. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I get most joy in life out of mu- sic." Plato said, "Music is a more potent instrument than any other, and children should be taught MUSIC before anything else." Making music is not only fun but also rewarding academ- ically. It is our goal here at Park River School to help all of our students have access to a vide in Park River. There have been variety of learning to help them many studies showing the im- become well rounded individu- portance of music education. A als. I very much enjoy making study in the March 1999 issue of music with all of the students. Neurological Research showed Our motto this time of year is, "It ,that after learning ghth, quar- is what you do with the music ter, half and whole notes, second that brings a smile, tear or shiv- and third graders scored 100 er to the spine". percent higher than their peers We are looking forward to who kvere taught fractions using seeing you all at the Elementary traditional methods, (taken from Spring Concert on Thursday, the Iowa Alliance for Arts Edu- May 9, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in the cation). The College Board Park River High School Gyrfi- (1998) showed that students with nasitlm. The students hope that course work experience in music they will bring a smile, tear or performance scored 52 points shiver to your spine as they per- higher on the verbal portion of form for you. the SAT and 36 points higher on Editor's Note: Hylden is the math portion of the SAT, than a Park River music Teacher A HONOR ROLL Kaitlyn Blake Alexis Greicar-'Pic 12th Grade Sawyer Cudmore Albert Irvine Chad Jelinek Jacob Ham Haille McLaxighlin Jordan Midgarden Jace Jehlicka Taylor Nelson Cole Rehovsky Beatrice KjellandDaniel Onstad Sadie Vold Annie Koenig Noah Skavhaug llth Grade Julia Koppang Hannah Swartz Andrew Bmmmond Kristen Larson 9th Grade Zachary Gaarder Josephine Markusen Diana Bats Morgan Porter Morgan Seim Emily Bratlie Anna Rand Charles Thompson Brendan Carter Benjamin Thompson Nicholas Whaley Levi Cudmore ' Abigail Zikmund Tobias Zikmund Matthew Dobmeier 10th Grade Daman Flaten Samantha Blixt B HONOR ROLL Andrew Jimenez Courtney Clemetson12th Grade Kaitlyn Nelson Amber Gillespie Shelby Arendt Olivia Novak Abraham Hankey ' Kristin Bosh Kirsten Whaley Seth Helgeson Bridget Foerster 8th Grade ' Hope Jehlicka Thomas Gillespie Audrey Beck Isak Johnson Karli Johnson Trent Carlson Rylan Setness Kirsten Johnson Alexa Thompson Carly Myrdal Dylan Chally Claire Welch Aloria Nelson Emily Frovarp 9th Grade Katrina Nord Jameson Hahn Peyton Cole Emma Novak Elijah Hylden Cadyn Hunter AaronPeterka Dante Irvine Jordan Johnson Jean Pich MaKayla Jelinek. Erin Kovarik Jillian Skjordal Ethan Peterson Emily Laaveg Kendall SlebodnikAlec Setness Spencer Rehovsky Heather Sobolik 7th Grade Amanda Seim llth Grade Britton Bina Emily Zikmund Brit Brouillard Zachary Bosh Will Zimmerman Rebecca Denault Gretchen Brummond 8th Grade Ashley Fontaine Kaitlyn Eliason Jackson Hankey Andrew Hylden Ian Helgeson Andrew Moe Zachary Nelson Zachary Hell Dylan Myrvik Kaitlyn Uhlir " Christian Lundquist Ifedayo Omotunde Lane Waite Emily Morgan Casey Solseng 10th Grade Mason Powers Steven Thompson Carter Arendt Christopher Salinas Anne Welch Maxwell Berger Courtney Shirek Jenna Zavalney Katie Bohn Elaina Swartz 7th Grade Kayla Bohn Logan Syrup ,Aft 12 Whitney Aguilar Kelsey Altendorf Ramae Norton Rachel Olson Allison Osowski Brittany Sass Justin Stoltman Logan Vaudrin 11 ABjx Altendorf Emily Deutz John Miller Caeleigh Rector 10 Juan Benavides Venettia Castillo Jamie Czapiewski Devin Flanders Haley Hovde Adam Math Erin Misialek Yaneli Puente John Stanislowski 8 Marissa Odstrcil Dylan Beaton 10 Trenton Eliason ' Alyssa Martin Danika Flanders Logan Misialek Kane Gerszewski Lewis Phtowski Spencer Hovde Helen Schuster James Plutowski Caylee Tibert Julian Schuster Jose Villanueva Hunter Shutt 9 7 Adam Barclay Noah Altendorf Jacob Mallick Alexis Nice ' Joshua Stoltman Lili Robinson Dominic SchusterBrock Ulland Emily Vogsland Remy Waldner Noah Zikmund 8 Janae Perez "B" Lydia Severson 12 7 DeVan Helmoski Kaylin Gudajtes Lucas Mondry Allyson Gutzwiller Callie Slomiski Kaylee Maendel 11 Trenton Pic- Kaylin Anderson Armbmst Faith Maendel Ramon Rodriquez bar Tues- B: omelets, toast, cereal, uice L: pizza burgers, a gratin veggie and fruit bar juice L: chili crackers, breadsticks, veggie, fruit bar PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (P^RK RIVER) Milk ~ bread are served daily. MeMo are subject to chax~e. Thurs- B: cereal, toast, fruit L: Fri- B: breakfast on a stick, fruit L: hot ham & cheese, rice, salad bar, fruit Mort- B: cereal, toast, fruit L: popcorn chicken, broccoli/rice, salad bar, fruit Tues- B: omelets, toast, fruit L: I beef burritos, refried beans, salad I bar, fruit Wed- B: breakfast tacos, fruit L: French toast, sausage, applesauce, salad bar, fruit VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLa.) + Peanut butter, Jell+ .re+++ Mi~, tCnlf V ie, Dessert served.with all mitig ad 411appear meMo. inall N 0akota ly dw klyne pers 0gy Thurs- hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll, fresh veggi bar, fruit Fri- B: corn dogs, fresh veggie bar, potato variety, carrots, fruit Mon- spaghetti/meat sauce, WG stick, rom. lettuce, peas, fresh veggie bar, fruit Tues- chicken nuggets, hash browns, carrots, fresh veggie par, fruit Wed- soft shell taco/toppings," black beans, green beans, salsa, fm. it VALLEY-F-.DINBURG H IGH(F ,DINBURG) alllyournewspaper Peanut butte~ Jelly, Bread, Milk, Ve~ie, Dessert served with all meals, l 1,mm, Thurs- hamburger patty on WGR |bun w/tomato, cheese, pickles &|0r ~[1 L* lt'!lS ! onion, baked beans, bar,! fruit I Fri- baked potato bar, chili, taco, : cheese,* green beans, veggie bar, fruit, sherbet Mon- French toast, sausage, .~ggs, veggie bar, fruit, juice cup Tues- tater tot hot dish, green beans, veggie bar, WGR dinner roll, fruit HELP WANTED THE GARRISON-MAX AMBULANCE is seeking part;time PRN Paramedics or RN's willing to function as Para- medics. Currently part time PRN but may be eligible for full time in the fu- ture. Candidate must be eligible for li- censure as a paramedic in the State of North Dakota. $20.00 per hour. Con- tact (701) 463-2178. RN's AND LPN's fulltime positions. $4000 sign on bonus. Benefits include PTO, health, dental, vision and 401(k). Contact Janelle Braaten, Wishek Liv- ing Center (701) 452-233'3. CASE IH AGRICULTURE: DIESEL TECHNICIANS. WE are looking for experienced diesel technicians that understand the importance of doing a job correctly and the value of satisfied customers. We offer competitive wages, 401k retirement plan, health insurance, dental insurance, vision in- surance, short-term & long-term dis- ability insurance, paid vacation, eight paid holidays and job training. Afford- able housing options may be avail- able. If you are ready to work in a great environment with great people, email your resume to frontierca- reers@yahoo.com or call David or Micah and set,up an interview today. Frontier Equipment Williston, ND. (701) 774-0957, (866) 774-0957. SALES AGRONOMIST/LOCATION MANAGER wanted. Position requires strong agronomic background and sales experience with interest in man- GRAVEL PRODUCTS IS looking for agement. This north central North an experienced Mechanic to service Dakota location has sales of $3.5M of all of North Dakota. Exp. needed in fertilizer, chemical, and seed. Contact Heavy Equip Trucks. Benefits avail. (701) 263-1754. Competitive wages. Contact Wayne at (701) 720-1409. CROP ADJUSTER. RClS, a'Wells Fargo company and a leader in the HIGH VOLTAGE DIRECT Current crop insurance industry, currently has Technician, Center, ND. Minnesota full-time Crop Adjuster positions avail- Power. Minnesota Power an ALLETE able in North Dakota. Incumbents will company is accepting applications for office out of their home in the territory, a High Voltage Direct Current Techni- Incumbents will possess 6+ months of cian to work at our Center, North agriculture related experience or agri- Dakota facility. This position will be culture related education. Some phys- responsible for maintenance and local ical requirements. Reliable means of operating functions for High'Voltage transportation with the ability to travel. Direct Current conversion and trans- Will possess strong verbal communi- mission facilities and high voltage AC cation skills and strong customer serv- substation and transmission facilities. ice skills. All positions are eligible to Qualified candidates will possess a participate in Wells Fargo's compre- two-year vocational/technical degree hensive benefits package. Salary:specializing in DOE. Application deadline isApril 21, electricallcomputer/electronics/power 2013. To apply, visit www.wells- electronics related courses and 3 fargo.corn/careers and search for: years, electronics, power electronics Requisition #3730216 - territory: or substation equipment maintenance Northwest ND. Requisition #3692410 experience. Competitive market -territory: East-Central ND. Requisi- based salary with full benefits pack- tion #3729031 -territory: North-Cen- age. For more information and to ap- tral ND. I~equisition #3728979-terri- ply go to: www.mnpower.com and tory: South-Central ND. Wells Fargo is click on careers. EOE an Affirmative Action and Equal Op- portunity Employer, MIF/DN. 2013 SERVICE TECHNICIAN WANTED. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. All rights re- Person will have responsibility for au- served, tomotive service, tire sales, and repair ) including operation of tire truck for LOGAN COUNTY WEED Board part- both farm and commercial tire service. time/seasonal Weed Control Officer. Competitive salary and benefits pro- For more information call (701) 754- vided. Contact Souris River Cooper- 2504. Send resume to: Extension Of- ative at (701) 272-6158. fice, 301 Broadway, Napoleon, ND 58561. STRATA CORPORATION is seeking experienced Ready Mix Drivers, Con- struction and Aggregate positions. Full benefits and safe working environ- ment. Apply online at STRATA.jobs. EOE/AA Employer. , OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT/LEASE FOR RENT: STORAGE, shop and of- rice space in Carrington, ND. Call for more information. (701) 652-5893. tion, SCR Right Cross, Sons of Total, Alliance 9126, & more. Excellent growth, maternal & dispositions. View photos at www.bismanonline.com AD#796136. Lawler Angus Ranch, Linton, ND, (701) 782-4280. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE CHECK OUT OUR store on the web: www.ecrecord.com REAL ESTATE FOR SALE VENDORS WANTED FOR 2nd An- nual JunKin' CuZins JunkYard Expo & WANTED: MINERALINTERESTS/Oil Flea Market. Saturday, June 29th, & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Stutsman County Fairgrounds, Owned Oil Production & Exploration Jamestown. Inside and outside booths Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Min- available. Kay: (701) 763-6216. eral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs- WASHER DRYER SETS under war- sets@qwestoffice.net, (877) 754-3111. ranty, $499. Stun guns - great for per- sonal safety. Oak grandfather clock, NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values best offer. Metal detector, $85. Video are at all time highs[ Contact Kevin pen, $85. (701) 741-9968. Pifer (701) - 238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farm-, land Valuation Land Auctions & Farm- land ~ Management Services. www.pifers.com LAND FOR SALE LAND SALE: 160/133 tillable acres, enrolled in CRP Stutsman County, Ed- rounds Township SE1/4 18-144N: 65W. Taking sealed bids until April 20, 2013. Contact Tyler Lynn, (701) 269- 2323. BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING BUY LOCAL. Turn Key Available. Spring Specials 60'x80', 80'x 100', 100'x200', 120'x320L Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call John (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741-9262. MODULAR/MANUFACTuRED HOMES FOR SALE MODULAR & MANUFACTURED Homes F/S. Brand New, Starting at $34,181. Single family, work force housing, motels, Delivered/set up. Free Brochure/floor plans. (877) 590- 4591, www.dakotamodulars.com LIVESTOCK FOR SALE 2-YEAR-OLD BLACK Angus Bulls, Private Treaty. Sired by Sitz Upward, SAY Final Answer, Connealy Reflec- LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide, Only $25! Call (701) 223-6397, ND Newspaper Association. AUCTIONS AUCTION FOUR LOTS: Coulee .View Estates, 6 miles South Minot, ND. April 30, 2013, 6:00 PM, LaQuinta Inn. In- formation and Photos go to www.wolf- fauctioneers.com (701) 870-9090. ADOPTIONS ADOPT- DEVOTED LOVING mar- ried couple longs to adopt newborn. We promise a bright, loving, secure fi.l- ture. Expenses paid. Please call Michele & Bob, (877) 328-8296 www.ourfuturefamily.com MISCELLANEOUS YOUR 25-WORD classified ad can now appear it1 every ND newspaper! Only $150! NorthSCAN is the answer. Contact your newspaper for place- ment. WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all 90 North Dakota newspa- pers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad design and tearsheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, (701) 223- 6397.