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APRIL 18, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur., Apr. 19 - Wed., Apr. 25 Meals are subject tO Cha~c without notice ADAMS-EDMORE ELEMENTARY (AbaCas) Thur- B: Cereal, PBJ L: Vegetable soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers salad, sauce Fri B: Toast, sauce L: Beef enchiladas, corn. gravy, shredded lettuce, shrextded cheese, rice pudding/raisins, sauce Men B: Cereal, PBJ L: Beef stroganoff, corn, bread, salad, fruit Tue - B: Toast, sauce L: Chicken nuggets, gravy, mashed potatoes. carrots, dinner roll, salad, sauce Wed - B: Omelet, sauce L: Hamburgers, tater tots, cheese, beans, salad, fruit cup ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thur-. B: Breakfast burritors, peach cups L: Chicken noodle soup. assortexi sandwiches, baby carrots w ranch, sauce, salad bar Fri B: Cereal, toast L: Soft shelled tacos, trimmings, chips, salsa, fruit. salad bar Men -- B: Cereal, toast I.: Chicken nu&gels, oven fries, glazed carrots, ftuit, salad bar Tue B: French toast, orange slices L: BBQs on whole wheat buns. baked beans, cranL~rries and applesauce, salad bar Wed - B: Cereal, toast L: las~%ma, garlic toast, corn, dessert, salad bar FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk ~ bread are qerved daily. Meals are subject to ~hange. Thurs B:-Fried--E,%v;s, Toast. L: Chili, Bread Stix, Cheese Slices & Cl;~ickers, Fresh Fruit & Veg. Tray w/Dip. Fri B: French Toast L: Hamburger Macaroni Hotdish, Buns, Corn, Veg. "Fray and Fresh Fruit. Men-- B: Cereal. Toast L: Hot Ham & Cheese, Dorito Chips, Pasta Salad, Salad Bar & Fruit Salad. Tue B: Scrambled E&gs, Toast L: Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Garlic Toast, Salad Bar & Fresh Fruit. \Ved- B: Cinnamon Rolls L: Baked Potatoes, Barbecued Chicken, Green Beans, Veg. Tray w/Dip & Fruit Sauce. MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MIlfro) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with aH meals. Thur---B: Breakfast pizza L: Chicken patties on buns, potato chips, ve&'des, fruit cup Fri-- -B: Chocolate chip muffins L: Burritos, corn, cheese, race sauce, fruit cups Men---B: cereal, toast L: BBQ's on buns, baked beans, potato chips, fruit cups Tue --B: Omelets L: Mac & Cheese, green beans, fruit cups \Ved--B: Yogurt, toast L: Pizza btwgers, corn, veggies, fruit cups PARK RIVER'" PUBLIC SCHOOLS" (PARK RIVER) Milk d~ bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs---B: Biscuits and Gravy L: Baked Potato Bar with Toppings, Salad Bat; Fruit Fri--B: Breakfast \Vrap L: Pizza, Salad Bar, Fruit, Milk Men--B: Breakfast Pizza L: Chicken Strips or Nuggets, Salad Bar, Fruit Tue ~: Pancakes, Sausage L: Hot Ham and Cheese, Rice, Pineapple, Salad Bar \Veal--B: Cereal, Toast L: Polish Sausage, Nlac Salad, Salad Bar, Fruit VALLEY-EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk~ Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs--Chicken & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Vegetable, Dessert Fri- Pepperoni Pizza, lxettuce Salad, Vegetable, Dessert A,ton----Hot Ham & Cheese, Sun Chips, Cottage Cheese,Vegetable, Dessert Tue--Chicken Burgers, Nachos, Vegetable, Dessert \Veal---Hot Dens, Smilee Potatcves, Vegetable, Desert V/d.LEy.I~I~INBLrRG 3-8 (CRYSTAL) ~ " " ~ u~*l~ch Aw~flable VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (F.DINBURG) Milk, bread and peBnut butter are served with every meal. Thur - Soup choice, assorted sandwiches, salad bar fruit, rice crispy bar Fri Hambm2%ers, assorted chips, beans, salad baN. fruit Men Hambm~,,wr hot dish, salad bar, French bread, carrots, fruit Tue - Cfispitos, salad bar, yogurt, fi'uit, sugar cookie Wed Subs macaroni salad, salad bar, fruit JAMESTO 'N COLLEGE MINTO SCHOOL'S STUDENT OF THE MONTH UNIVERSITY OF NORI'H DAKOTA Park River Students receive Presidential Scholarship from UND GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- students who aspire to excel as Ian FoersterandWadeThomp- tearners and members of our son of Park River, N.D.,received community. This scholarship the Presidential Scholarship from program is intended to honor and the University of North Dakota reward students who contribute for the 2011-2012 academic year. to enhancing UND as vibrant and UND welcomes and supports connected learners. Above: The cast of "Tiny Tim Runs a Marathon" From left to right: Sam Otto, Jasmine Flaten, Sarah Kohler, Molly Sobolik, Derek Sundby, Tricia Zikmund, Kaitlyn Anderson, Anna Rand, Josie Thompson, Alexa Thompson, Alex Kizima, Brady Gudgel, lsak Johnson, Sami Blixt, Kirsten Whaley, Dylan Sundby, Olivia Novak, Peyton Cole, Riley Francis, Erin Kovarik, Cody Lillico, Mandi Seim, Cole Rehovsky, Kyle Ferguson, Michael Nord Not pictured: Isaiah Hylden (Lights) and Ryan Nilson (Spotlight) (Photo: Submitted) PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River High School will present "Tiny meddling friends and family, Tiny Tim may not make it to the start- Tim Runs a Marathon" by Jonathan Dorfat 7:00 RM. on April 20 in ing line. the elementary gym. Cast members include Sam Otto, Jasmine Flaten, Sarah Kohler, The show's plot focuses on media darling Oliver Twist who has Molly Sobolik, Derek Sundby, Tricia Zikmund, Kaitlyn Anderson, gone from a lowly orphan to an anxiety ridden-corporate spokesper- Anna Rand, Josie Thompson, Alexa Thompson, Alex Kizima, Brady son, pitching everything from juicers to cereal and tofu by reenacting his days in the workhouse and subsequent adventures. But Oliver's Gudgel, Isak Johnson, Sami Blixt, Kirsten Whaley, Dylan Sundby, monopoly on the inspirational rags-to-riches stow is threatened when Olivia Novak, Peyton Cole, Riley Francis, Erin Kovarik, Cody Lillico, Tiny Tim throws aside his crutches and decides to run the marathon. Mahdi Seim, Cole Rehovsky, Kyle Ferguson, and Michael Nord. Also Tiny Tim has the chance to inspire millions, but with a homicidal trio involved are Isaiah Hylden who will be operating lights and Ryan Nil- of fairytale princesses, scheming Corporate Mommy and Daddy, a son on spotlight. By Kristi Boese pickups then headed out to the I have enjoyed my first year at golf course for some sledding. Park River Elementary so much! We thanked Mother Nature fbr Teaching first grade has been a the inches of snow she delivered new adventure for me but it has the night before our big day! Above: Miss Boese's first grade class Celebrating the 100th been nothing short of wonderful. Creating relationships with of school with 100th day hats! L to R Owen Zikmund, Sophia( The staff is a welcomint bunch the staff--especially my teach- Markusen, Greta Wharam, Hannah Larson, Emma Markusenl and the kids have been wonder- ing partner, Miss Olson! She has Dylan Lien, Dylan Rose, Nina Sakamoto-Flack, Gavin Hell, Milo( ful to work with. Kudos to the been able to help me with ANY- Irvine, Clover Gillespie, Madison Denault, Hudson Nelson, ZacR people in their lives who have THING I have asked. Miss Zikmund (not pictured Zander Swartz, Megan Larson, DerycR raised such polite and respectful Olson really is the best!Rozell) (Photo:Submitted) individuals! Conferences--I know this 1st grade presentation at the glow sticks and the whole ele- ! would like to share my fa-seems odd, but getting to chat RTI-B assembly in February--mentary school was singing xorite memories from the 20fl- with the parents of my students Miss Olson and I asked our stu- along with us. I was so proud of 2012 school year: was delightful. Each and every dents to perform to Katy Perry's the students! Sledding--to celebrate theone of them has been great to song "Firework." We had the Editor Note: Boese is a.fimt 100th day of school we piled in work with this year. Thank you gym rocking! The lights weregrade teachert at Park River buses and threw our sleds inparents! turned out, each student hadtwo School. Local student performing in 'The Crucible' JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- destroyed as the hysteria builds and Jamestown College student Re- personal vendettas are carried out becca O'Toole of Crystal is per- by simply making accusations. forming in Jamestown College's O'Toole plays the role of Mrs. production of the American drama Ann Putnam. classic "The Crucible" by Arthur Tickets are $7 and can be re- Miller. Performances are April 19- 21 at 7:30 p.m. nightly in the Rei- served through the Box Office. land Fine Arts Center's DeNault Call (701) 252-3467 ext. 2435, Auditorium. send e-mail to tickets@jc.edu, or Salem, 1692, is a town torn visit www.jc.edu and click on apart by rampant claims of witch- "Community" and "Reiland Box craft. One after another, lives are Office." March Nicholas Stanilsowski Nicholas was nominated for his outstanding overall performance as a student. He contributes in a positive; yet quiet way in each of his classes. He sets a good example for his fellow students to follow. He has been a member of National Honor Society for the last three years. Nick is son of Eric and Mary Stanislowski. Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for o.,j HELP WANTED PRAIRIE AG PARTNERS of Lake Preston, SD, is seeking a qualifed General Manager. This $175M cooperative with 4 locations offer- ing grain marketing (with rail), full service retail agronomy, energy (bulk/retail), and feed (bulk/bag). Grain, agrbnomyl energy, feed, and service as well as financial and personal management expe- rience required. Email: larry.fuller@chsinc.com or fax (888-653-5527) resume to: Larry Fuller, 5213 Shoal Drive, Bismarck ND 58503. TRI COOP ELEVATOR, Gully, MN, is seeking a qualified General Manager, a diversified grain, en- ergy, and agronomy cooperative with sales exceeding $15 million. Position requires knowledge in grain marketing, financial man- agement, human resource man- agement. Competitive salary and benefits. Send or fax (888-653- 5527) resume to: Larry Fuller, 5213 Shoal Drive, Bismarck, ND 58503 Email: larry.fuller@chsinc.com HEAD START IS taking applica- tions for early childhood aides in the Mohall, Lignite, and Stanley classrooms. March-June 30 and retuming August 13. Contact Head Start at (701) 857-4688 or (701) 857-8743 for an application. OPENING FOR A Community De- velopment Director in Hazen. In- terested parties e-mail hire- hcd@westriv.com to submit resume or for additional informa- tion. Reply subject line: HCD Di- applications/resumes: Sheriff's rector. Department, Box 97, LaMoure, ND 58458. Deadline: April 30th. FULL-TIME AGRONOMY SALES, Harlow Co-op. Experience a plus, EMPLOYMENT: TOWN OF Pol- not required. Ag background, ed- lock, S.D., Maintenance Em- ucation helpful. Excellent salary ployee. Must have or be able to and benefits. Send resume, har-obtain Class 1 water/wastewater Iowcoop@gmail.com, fax (701) certification. Salary DOE. Call 466-2013 or call (701) 466-2612. (605) 889-2490 for application. Deadline to apply is May 7, 2012. MAY-PORT CG MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL has the following posi- LABORERS AND . WELDERS tions open for the 2012-13 school Wanted: Micada in Hope, ND has year. FULL-TIME MIDDLE openings for laborers starting at SCHOOL POSlTION, elementary $11/hr & welders starting at certification required, ability to $14.50/hr. There are FT day and teach 7th- and 8th-grade courses night positions available with ben- preferred. CAREER & TECHNI- efits and $1.50 nightshift differen- CAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR, tial. Call Ben (800) 270-2701, preferred areas include agricul- www.micada.com. ture/automotive tec./tech, ed, any or all combinations will be consid- DRIVERS - $1000 SIGN ON ered. Possible coaching available. BONUS. Home weekly. Must be Send letterofapplication, resume Canadian eligible. 2500+ miles and ND teaching certificate (both weekly. $0.42 for all Canadian pages) to: Mike Bradner, Supt. Miles. $50 border crossing pay. MPCG School District, 900 Main 95% no tarp. (888) 691-5705. St. West, Mayville, ND 58257. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 2009 DENALI 28' rear kitchen 5th wheel, Like new! Fiberglass, 2 slide outs, Loaded, AC, Awning, Electric Jacks $26,500 OBO Con- tact Todd @ (701) 527-4696. ARIZONA SUNSHINE 1414 sf pri- mary 2rid or investment home w/pool, 2bd/2ba, 2 car. Sun City Grand in Surprise. $199,900 Margi Popp, Long Realty West Valley, (623) 696-6628. EDGELEY FIRE DEPT. has for WANTED: MINERAL INTER- sale, on bids, a 1980 Pierce ESTS/Oil & Gas Leases- Experi- Pumper Truck, through April 30th enced Family Owned Oil Produc- at 7:00 PM. Those wishing to bid tion & Exploration Co. We'll Help should send a letter of intent, You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. along with your phone number, to Send details to P.O. Box 8946, PO Box 164, Edgeley, ND 58433- Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs- 0164.Additional photos and infor- sets@qwestoffice.net, (877) 754- mation available at www.edgeley- 3111. fire.corn/for-sale MODULAR/MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE WORK FORCE HOUSING. Man camps, Hotels, Apartments, Homes. Delivered and Set-up. Fi- nancing Available. Free Brochure and floor plans. (877) 590-4591. ND IRC Codes. coloradofactory- modulars.com. BUILDINGS FOR SALE MCKENZIE COUNTY, ND open- ing for elementary teacher. North BUSINESS FOR SALE: 39 year STEEL BUILDING BUY Local. Dakota and Montana certificate old appliance and outdoor powerTurn Key Available. 48'x60', required. Call (701) 565-2249. Re- equipment business, all major 56'x95', 85'x165', 120'x300'. Will sume to: Earl School District, 997 brand's represented, excellent Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call E. Bennie Peer, Sidney, MT customer historyrecords, next to Wane (701)365-8509 or (800) 59270. the Bakken. Call (701) 228-3842. 741-9262. Owner retiring. STEEL BUILDINGS - FACTORY DIRECT: 40x80, 50x100, 62x120, 70x150, 80X200. Must liquidate. Spring deliveries. Limited supply. Call Trever (888) 782-7040. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LAMOURE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT: Accepting appli- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE cations for DEPUTY SHERIFF. Must be North Dakota P.O.S.T. ROY LAKE, SD secluded 40 acre Board licensed or licensable asparcel with a 15 acre forested peace officer. Call LaMoure peninsula surrounded by Roy County Sheriff's Department forLake & state land. Modern cabin & application: (701) 883-5720. Mail garage. Visit: roylakeproperty.com LOOKING FOR THE most com- plete listing of ND Media? ND Me- dia Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223-6397, ND Newspaper Asso- ciation. YOUR NORTHSCAN CLASSI- FIED ad (up to 25 words) will ap- pear in every North Dakota news- paper for just $150. 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