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April 21, 2009 The Press Page 5 PARK RIVER HIGH SCHOOL)S DISTINGUISHED STUDENT I Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School Jorge Eligio has been selected as Park River School's Distinguished Student. The Distinguished Student Program is sponsored by the North Dakota High School Activities Association. The goal of the program is to recognize deserv- ing young people who are the "backbone" of interscholastic activities, not necessarily the leader, but the individual whose participation in high school activities strengthens the program for participants, the school, and community. Candidates must be in their junior year of school, participate in at least one NDHSAA sponsored activity. The student must be a good citizen and role model to peers as well as a contributor to the community. Jorge Eligio exhibits all of these characteristics. GRAFTON GRADUATE AWARDED ROTC SCHOLARSHIP Austin W. Feltman has contract- ed with the Army ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) program for a three and a half year college scholarship at a selected host col- lege or university. Acceptance of the scholarship signifies the cadet's desire to be commissioned as a second lieu- tenant in the Alxny after graduating from the university and completing the ROTC program. ROTC cadets receive military leadership training to serve with distinction as an offi- cer in the Army, both in and om of unitbrm. Scholarships provide a monthly living allowance for each school year. starting at $300 during the first year of scholarship to $500 per month during the tourth year of the scholarship. Some ROTC scholarships may also incur an eight-year military service obligation in th~ Army, which can be served either on active duty' and/or in the Reserve Components. Feltman is the son of Wayne M. and Robin L. Feltman of 65th N.E.. Grafton. N.D. He is a 2008 graduate of Grafton High School By: David Beckman CASTILLO SPAGHETTI SUPPER/BAKE SALE BENEHT There are times throughout the school year when students in our school face financial hardships caused by events beyond their control. Such a time has come upon us once again. We as a faculty and student body among others will soon be spon- soring a fundraiser for the Rocio Rayon family of Park River. Rocio and her children, Daniella and Dennis Castillo recently lost their home and belongings to a house fire. A spaghetti supper/bake sale benefit will take place on Tuesday, April 28 from 5:00 - 7:00 PM in the high school commons. Take Out orders will be available from 5:00 - 6:30. To place an order call 284- 7164. Take Out orders can be picked up at the school or they can be delivered to your door if in Park River. Funds donated to this ben- efit will offset some of their loss- es. Please be part of our commu- nity and attend this fundraising endeavor. In the event you would like to contribute to this worthy cause but cannot make it to the benefit supper, please consider dropping off a donation at First United Bank or mail it to the bank (503 Briggs Ave.) in Park River. Checks should be made out to the Castillo Fire Relief Fund. Supplemental funds will be pro- vided by the Walsh County Thrivent Chapter. And although the project is being sponsored by the school, there are other organizations and people in our commumty who are also helping out with this worthy cause. We would like to thank those individuals and groups for once again stepping up and show- ing what caring people in a caring community can do for one anoth- er. A special thank you goes out to the Park River Volunteer Fire Department along with Bruce Heggen for taking care of the food preparation. And without taking the risk of leaving anyone out, we would just' like to thank all the people who have volunteered to help irt one way or another in not only this fundraiser but ones that have taken place in our communi- ty in the past. And in closing, perhaps the best thing someone can do for another is to reach out and give to those when they are in need. We encourage all of you to lend a hand to Rocio and her children next Tuesday night. TRADITIONAL ARTS APPRENTICESHIP GRANT DEADLINES APPROACHING The application deadline date for the North Dakota Council on the Arts Traditional Arts Apprenticeship grant is May 15, 2009 (post- marked) for project periods of July 1, 2009 to April 30. 2010. Early submission is strongly encouraged. The Traditional Arts Apprenticeship program is designed to honor and encourage the preserva- tion of North Dakota's diverse living traditions by providing grants that allow master traditional artists to pass their skills and knowledge to apprentices on a one-to-one basis over an extend- ed period of time. The guidelines are available at http://www.nd.gov/arts/folkarts/TAP-grant.html; and the application is available via the following link: htttS://www.nd.gov/arts/folkarts/TAP- app.html. For further information, contact the North Dakota Council on the Arts at (701) 328-7590: e- mail tgeist@nd.gov; or visit our web site at: www.nd.gov/arts. This grant is supported by the North Dakota Council on the Arts. a state agency, and the Natiofial Endowment for the Arts. Funding is contingent on availability of funds. SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE FOR VALLEY HIGH The Valley Teachers Association is awarding a scholarship to any graduate of Valley High School who is pursuing a degree in educa- tion, has completed two years of college, and has been accepted into the department of education at the school he or she will be attending this fall. Anyone that meets these qualifi- cations and is interested may pick up an application at the high SCHOOL GRADUATES school in Hoople. Please return the completed application to the high school by Thursday, May 7. We will award the scholarship at the Awards Banquet on Tuesday, May 12 at 7:00 p.m. NATIVE JOINS CONRAD STAFF Washington -- Senator Kent Conrad today announced that Fargo native Libby Schneider has been hired to serve as a S'taff Assistant in the Senator's Washington, D.C. office. "'Libby is a periect example of why I make a point of hiring North Dakotans to serve in my Capitol Hill office," Senator Conrad said. "She is smart, capable and hardworking. Libby also has a keen understanding of the issues facing Noah Dakotans and I have absolute confidence that she will do a good job." Chief anaong Schneider's responsibilities will be to assist Senator Conrad's Chief of Staff. Sara Garland of Glen Ullin. with day-to-day tasks. She will also assist with clerical work. recording con- sfituent concerns, and arranging tours of the Capitol and the White House for Noah Dakotans visiting Washington. Schneider is a 2008 graduate from Bemidji State where she earned degrees in Political Science and History. She is the daughter of Mark and Mary Schneider of Fargo. Schneider interned for Senator Conrad in both his Fargo and Washington. D.C. offices in 2006. She most recently served as Deputy Campaign Manager for Rep. Earl Pomeroy's successful 2008 re-election campaign. "I am so appreciative of the opportunity that Senator Conrad has given me." Schneider said. "It is an honor to work for Senator Conrad and to serve the state that I care so much about." For information on issues important to Noah Dakotans. please visit Senator Conrad's Web 'site at http://www.conrad.senate.gov. e Adams/Edmore Elementary Tues: B: Toast. sauce & milk L: Chili, shredded cheese, crackers & cinnamon rolls Wed: B: Breakfast wrap, sauce & milk L: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, corn & jell-o Thurs: B: Cereal, pbj sandwich- es. milk & juice L: Chicken burger, tator tots, carrots sticks & pudding Fri: 13. Toast, sauce & milk L: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast green beans, applesauce Mon: B: Cereal, pbj sandwiches, milk & juice L: Chicken hot dish green beans, sauce Adams/Elementary High School Tues: B: Long johns, pineapple cups, juice & milk L: Chicken fajitas, Spanish rice, chips w/salsa Wed: B: Cereal. toast, milk & juice ,.: Chicken bits in gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberries & dessert Thurs: B: Scrambled eggs. toast, milk & juice L: Beef Stroganoff. rotini, cooked carrots & fruit Fri: B: Cereal, toast, juice & milk L: Chili. rolls, baby car- rots w/ranch, crackers & sauce Mort: B: Cereal toast, juice & milk L:Hamburger macaroni hotdish, lettuce salad, corn & chocolate mousse Minto School Tue: B: Chocolate chip pancakes, toast, julY. milk L: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, breadsticks, veggies, salad bar, and fruit cup Wed: B: Cereals. toast, milk. juice L: Hot ~rk sandwiches wJgravy, mashed potatoes, corn, salad bar. and fruit cup. Thurs: B: Egg patties, toast. juice, milk L: Assorted sandwiches, vegetable beef soup, salad bar. and fruit cup Fri: B: Chocolate chip muffins, toast, juice, milk. L: Barbeques. baked beans, salad bar. and fruit cup Mort: B: Cereals, toast, juice, milk. L: Taco salad w/tettuce,, cheese, salsa, and fruit cup Fordville/Lankin School Tues: B: Cinnamon roils, juice & milk L: Baked potato bar w/assorted toppings, veggie tray & fruit salad Wed: B: Scrambled eggs, toast, milk & juice L: Tator tot hot dish. homemade buns coleslaw, veggie tray w/dip, & fresh fruit Thurs: B: English muffins, milk & juice L: Chicken tor- tilla soup. assorted sandwiches, crackers, cheese slices, veggie tray & fresh fruit (10th grade menu) Fri: B: French toast, syrup, milk &juice L: Turkey subs. sun chips, macaroni salad, veggie tray & fruit sauce Mon: B: Assorted cereal, toast, milk & juice L: Tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers, veggie tray w/sip & fruit sauce Park River School Tues: B: Fried eggs, toast, fruit, milk L: Soup/crackers, assorted sandwiches, fruit, milk Wed: B: French toast, sausage, fruit, milk L: Quesadillas. salad bar, juice, milk Thurs: B: Smokies, juice, milk L: mac- aroni hot dish peas. caramel rolls, milk Fri: B: Cereal, toast, fruit, milk L: Pepperoni pizza, veggie bar, fruit, juice, milk Valley Elementary School Tue: Taco in a bag, sandwiches, dessert Wed: Grilled FooUongs, potato salad, baked beans, fruit Thurs: Ham. baked potatoes, corn. sandwiches, dessert Fri: Riblet sandwiches, lettuce salad, peas, dessert Mon: Chicken burgers, lettuce salad sandwiches, con',. dessert Valley High School Mon April 27th: Spaghetti & meat sauce, garlic toast, lettuce salad, vegetable, dessert, milk; Tues: Grill Cheese & Ham, macaroni salad. vegetable, dessert, milk Hey, remember.... Back in the Spring of 1997 when... Jeremy Houser threw a one hitter as Fordville Lankin Park River shut out Midway 15 to 0. David Thompson had two home runs and Darren Ludtke one to lead the Flyers. Park River defeated Thompson 5 to 1 behind David Thompson's stint on the mound. Joey Cooper was 2 for 4 at the plate. Shosti Vorachek took home three 1 st place finishes as she won the high jump, triple jump and was in on the 400 meter relay team. She also placed second in the Long Jump. Paul Kjelland was I st in the 300 hur- dles. The meet was held in Park River. Jeremy Cost doubled to score Joey Cooper accounting for one of FLPR's runs. Cost would later score a run but it wouldn't be enough as Hatton defeated the Flyers 4 to 3 in Regional Baseball. The following Aggies qualified for the state track meet: Shosti Vorachek. Wendy Larson, Nikki Hayward. Amy Thompson, Angle Worley, Angle Waechter and Paul Kjelland. Shosti Would get second in the Triple Jump and fourth in the High Jump. Kjelland would get sev- enth in the 200 and Long Jump and Emie the Angler was on hand to help out with the annual "Hooked Fishing, Not Drugs" fishing day sponsored by the Park River Elementary school. Anthony Novak took home big fish honors for the day with a 19 incher. Back in June of 1997 when... Jeremy Cost pitched a no hitter and hit a home nan as the Park River Legion defeated Grand Forks 9 to 0. Luke Hagness, Jim Praska and Darren Ludtke each doubled and accounted for six RB1. Andrea Brodina won the State Free Throw contests for girls while David Skogen of Midway won it for the boys. Justin Ferguson was named to the Minnesota All State team while playing Goalie for Warroad this past season. The Warriors placed 2nd in the Mn. State tournament. Park River defeated Drayton 3 to 2 when Kevin Curfie laid down a bunt that would score Luke Hagness for the game winner. Jeremy Cost was the winnmg pitcher for the legion team. 10-year-old Nick Peterka of Park River won the State Hershey's Tracl meet 50 yard dash and finished 2nd in the 100. eighth in the 400. Park River School Activities 4-21 Track Varsity at Grafton 4pm FFA banquet St Mary's Catholic Church 7pm 4-22 3rd Quarter Academic Progress reports mailed 4-23 Track 7/8 cavalier 3:30pm 8th Graders return from Wolf Ridge 4-25 State Speech in Mandan Track Varsity & 7/8 in Grafton 10am 4-27 School Play Elem Students 9:30am School Play 7-12 students 2pro School Play Public Performances 7pm Adams/Edmore School Activities 4-21 Art with Bernie in Edmore BB LAE in New Rockford 4:30 4-23 Jr./Sr. banquet in Edmore 6:30pro 4-24 BB LAE vs. Harvey in Lakota 4:30 4-27 BB LAE vs. Carrington in Lakota 4:30 * MIDGARDEN FAMILY CLINIC * Adult/Geriatric Care Well Child Visit/Immunization Women Health Care/Annual Exams Chronic Disease Management Dot/Sport Physical Prenatal Care MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00 - 5:00 HWY 17 503 PARK STREET W PARK RIVER, ND 58270 Dr. Kristi Midgarden MD Amy Suda NFP egua a,n,n The Red Cross will be offering Lifeguard and WSI training courses at the Walhalta Swimming Pool. The Lifeguard training will be held Wednesday, May 27'h thru Friday, May 29 from 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Cost for Lifeguard training :is $150 and you must be at least 15 years of age. WSI training will be held from Friday, May 29" thru Sunday, May 3P' beginning at 12:00 p.m. on Friday and ending at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday. The cost for WSI training is $150 and you must be at least 16 years of age. To register please call the American Red Cross at 218-773-9565 or 1-800-673-2467. Space is limited. Please call as soon as possible. Fees will be collected the first day of training. FREE DIRECTV 4 ROOM SYSTEM! 265+ ALL DIGITAL CHANNELS! 130 HD CHANNELS! FREE HBO. Showtirne & Starz D i R E C T V-for 3 Months! Packages Start only $29.99 FREE DVR/HD No Start Up Costs! We're Local Installers! Toll Free 800-973-8012 purchase s of 499 + , ~( 3201 32nd Ave South (Next to Kohl's) ,, Grand Forks, ND 701.746.8089 ,, | F U R N I T U R E Not good with any other offer. 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