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AY 16, 2012 THE PRESS 7 .... PA00i7 :i } :i ii zl Thur., May 17 - Wed., May 2 3 Meals are subject to change without notice ABAMS-EDMo ELEMENTARY (ADaaS) Thur - B: Cereal, PBJ I.,: Chicken noodle soup, sandwiches, salad, fl:uit Fri -.. B: "lkast, sauce L: Pizza, green beans, applesauce Mon- B: Cereal, t'BJ L: Strcvalnoff, corn, bread, salad, fruit Tue - B: Toast, sauce L: Chicken gravy, mashed lxntatoes, carrots, dinner roll, salad, sauce Wed - B: Tacgo, sauce L: ttot dogs, beans, salad, chips, ice cream ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products 'Fhur-- B: Ycvgurt, toast, bananas I,: Popcorn chicken, mashed poataoes, baked beans, sauce Fri - B: Cereal, toast L: Pizza soup, breadsticks, celery w peanut butter, fruit, salad bar Mon .- B: Cereal, toast L: Coney islands, lettuce, carrots, fruit, salad bin" Tue - B: Cereal, toast I,: Subs, toppings, chips, carrots, fruit or salad bar Wed -.. B: Cereal, toast L: Suprise FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk  bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. May menu not available MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Feanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanizt butter, and - .- bread served with all meals. ThUI'...... B: Bagels/cream cheese L: Burritos, corn, cheese, fruit cups Fri- B: Egg patties, toast L: Mac & cheese, green tans, fruit cups Mon-.. B: Yogurt, toast L: Hamburger hotdish, corn, fruit cups -y Tuc - B: Cinnamon rolls L: BBQ s on buns, chips, veLgies, fruit cup We B: Cereal, toast I,: Hot dogs on buns, bakexl beans, fruit cups PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk  bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs -B: Cereal, Toast, ; L: Chicken Strips or Nuggets, Salad Bar, Fri -B: Bagels or Turnovers, ; I,: h'ench Bread Pizza, Salad Bar, Mon -B: Cook's Choice; L: Cook's Choice Tues - B: Cook's Choice; L: Cook's Choice Wed - B: Cook's Choice; L: Cook's Choice VALLEY~EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly Bread, Milk, Ve.gie Dessert served with all meals. : Thur -Lasag4m, Breadsticks, Vegetable,Fruit Fri--Hot Ham & Cheese, Sun Chips, Vegetable,Fruit Mon --Soft Shell Taco, Toppings, Vegetable,Fruit Tue -Chicken Burgers, Macaroni Salad, Vegetable,Fruit Wed-.--Mr. Currie's Famous Grilled Hot Dogs, Chips, VegetaMe,Fruit VALLEY~EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) Thur --. Hamburgers, toppings, multi grain chips, dessert Fri - Corn dogs, oven potatoes, corn, dessert Mon- Burritos, lettuce salad, sandwiches, dessert Tue -- Chicken soft shell, sandwiches, dessert Wed - Assorted sandwiches, salad, green beans, dessert. VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Thur ...... Chili with crackers, fresh brown bread, cheese sticks, salad bar, fruit Fri -BarBQ's nachos & chips, salad bar, fruit Mon --Cook's Choice Tue- Cook's Choice Wed - Cook's Choice June 11,12,13 For kids in Grades 1-6 Z012t201 a  II Park River |ill !i It11111 School I,,. - The camp_ will run in the m0rninq from 9.00a -12:00p for grades 4-6 $45.00 and 12:30p-2:30p for grades ! 3 $30.00, Jutle 13 hOLIP3 will be 4p6pfor grades 1;3, and 6p.Sp for grades 4.6) with each camper receiving a T-shirt. The money raised lhroh INs camp will go towards the Park River Pool. Registration forms available at Pa River High School or online at pr-parks.corn Top poppy: PR contest winners named PARK RIVER, N.D. The Park River American Legion Auxiliary in Park River has held their annual Poppy Poster Contest. The winning posters were judged using the following criteria: 50% poster appeal (layout, message, original- ity): 40% artistic ability (de- sign and color); and 10% neatness. Winners are as follows: Class 1 -- Grade 2: First John Beneda, Second Jaylie Jelink, Third An- drew Koenig Grade 3: First - Bevan Rost, Second Ryley Bjorneby, Third - Meghan Lorton Class lI - Grade 4: First Matthew Novak, Second Krysta Ramstad, Third Kaitlynn Scherr Grade 5: First --Marls Miller, Second Adam Zavalney, Third Ava Ekman Class II1 - Grade 6: First - Annie Koenig, Second - Josephine Markusen. Third Jasmin Witmer One poster out of each class is then selected to go to state. The following are state winners: Class I Bevan Rost, Class II - Marls Miller. Class II1- Annie Koenig. The Poppy Program is the oldest and most widely rec- ognized Auxiliary Program. The poppy became a sylnbol of the sacrifice of lives in war. and represented the hope that none had died in vain. The American Legion Auxiliary Poppy has contin- ued to bloom tbr the casual- ties of wars, its petals of paper bound together tbr vet- erans by veterans, reminding America each year that the men and women who have served and died tbr their country deserve to be re- membered. Each year arotmd Memo- rial Day, Auxiliary volun- teers distribute millions of bright red crepe paper pop- pies in exchange for contri- butions to assist disabled and hospitalized veterans. The program provides multiple benefits to the veterans and to the community. Above: BaCk Row (I-r): Adam Zavalney, Kait- lynn Scherr, Meghan Lotion, Marls Miller,.An- nte Koenig:; , Josie Markusen; Front Row (I- r): Bevan Rost, Matthew Novak, Krysta Ramslad, John Beneda, Jaytte Je- linek, Austin Koenig. Not pictured: Ava Ek: man, Ryley Bjorneby and Jasmin Witmer. Right: Poppy Poster State Winners (L-R) Be- van Rost, Marls Miller, Annie Koenig (Photos: Submitted) Area student inducted into national honor society CROOKSTON, Minn. The Crookston Chapter of the Na- tional Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) held its third an- nual induction ceremony on Thursday, March 1, 2012. in Bede Ballroom at the University of Minnesota, Crookston. Twenty- eight members were in- ducted into the chapter along with three honorary members. Students inducted included Megan Ramsey, a sophomore an- imal science major fi'oln Park River, N.D. ......... Novak Receives Alpha Gamma Rho FARGO, N.D. Blaine Novak of Fordville. ND has re- ceived an academic scholarship from Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR) at North Dakota State University. Blaine. the son of Terry and Yolanda, is a freshman student majoring in Animal Science. To receive the scholarship, he achieved over a 3.0 GPA. Scholarships awarded by Ep- silon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity at NDSU are the result of generous financial con- tributions by the chapter's alumni in conjunction with the NDSU Development Foundation and the National AGR Educational Foundation. Our alumni view their donations as an investment in tomorrow's leaders of the di- rse agriculture industT, In total, Epsilon distributes over $8.000 almualty in scholarship and award dollars to encourage students to improve their aca- demiz performance, pursue leadership development opportu- nities, and to explore agricultural careers. Alpha Gamma Rho is a social as well as professional organiza- tion for young men pursuing an andergraduate or post-graduate :tegree in agriculture, food. fiber. life sciences, natural resources. forestry, environmental or related agricultural tields. As a brother of AGR, Blaine joins over 1500 AGR alumni at NDSU. ND 4-H Foundation announces [Ol, scholarship recipients FARGO. N.D--The North Dakota 4-H Foundation has awarded scholarships to 10 4-H members from across the state. Two 4-H members from Walsh County were selected to receive $1.000 scholarshits. Patricia Zikmund. daughter of Timothy and Jacqueline Zinmnd, Pisek: and Justin Zahradka. son of Jeff' and Lori Zahradka. Lawton; were each awarded the John D. Paulson Memorial Award. Other scholarships and recipients are: As part of the selection process, applicants submit answers to questions about what skills and types of knowledge they gained from 4-H project and leadership experiences, how they used 4-H experiences to impact their communities and how 4-H has helped shape them as a person and influenced their futures. "We tbel it is important to consider many aspects when choosing award recipients," says foundation development director E4eamv--R:.ek'-4Meo4a4---MytieE-avoM. *"*TTue education is Scholarship ($300) Desirce about nmch more than a high Enzminger Kidder County * Jerome Striegel Memorial Scholarship ($150) - Megan Ruch. Sargent County * Rosevold Memorial Scholarship ($400) - John Klein, Ward/Oliver counties * Farm & Ranch Guide ($500) Roberta Kronberg, Dickey County * North Dakota 4-H Foundation Scholarship (in honor of Erwin and Nora Klusmann and John Norgaard, $350) Kyle Allan Aasand, Foster County * John DeKrey Jr. arid Hannah DcKrey Scholarship ($500} - Paul Subart. Kidder County * * Kclci Jo Willson Memorial Award ($300) - Kelli Vosberg, Richland County * Steve E. and Mary M. Tuhy Scholarship ($500) Elise Ebcrhardt. Cass County grade point average. We are looking tbr youth who exhibit outstanding leaderh!p and citizenship qualitie;:i'lor us, character counts." 4-H is a community of young people across North Dakota learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. The North Dakota 4-H Foundation is 4-H's private, sector: nonprofit partner on the North Dakota State University campus. The Center for 4-H Youth Development and NDSU Extension Service implement youth programs through the 53 Extension Service Offices across the statc. For more intbrmation about scholarships and other North l)akota 4-1t activities, go to www.ndsu.edw'4h. orth NorthSCAN Statewide Classifieds HELP WANTED POLICE OFFICER for the City of Tioga, ND. Must be able to obtain a license upon employment. Salary DOE. Excellent benefit package. Contact City Hall at (701) 664-2807. ELIGIBILITY WORKER SUPER- VISOR needed at Benson County Social Services. Experience with all ND economic assistance pro- grams and ability to supervise staff required. Application details: www.nd .gov/hrms/jobs/announce- ments.asp. CITY OF PARSHALL looking for FT City Planner. Bachelor's in Planning or related field required. For complete job description or to send resume: cityauditor@res- tel.corn or City Auditor, PO Box 159, Parshall, ND 58770. EOE. WC GROCERY has openings in our grocery and caf6 department. Pay DOE. Please call for more in- formation and to request an appli- cation. (701) 435-2464. MERCER COUNTY AMBU- LANCE, Hazen, seeking full time bookkeeper. Starting pay $12-$14 DOE, awesome benefits. To apply send e-mail to with the subject Bookkeeper. STAFF NEEDED FOR ND Sum- mer Camp: Camp Counselors, Nurse, Speech Therapists, and others. Salary, plus room and board. Call or email (701) 327- 4251, CITY OF NEW TOWN seeking Water Plant Operator. Mandatory Water/Sewer Operator License. Resume: City of New Town, PO Box 309, New Town, ND 58763. LABORERS AND WELDERS Wanted: Micada in Hope, ND has openings for laborers starting at $11/hr & welders starting at $14.50/hr. FT positions with ben- efits. Call Ben (800) 270-2701 HOME HEATING & PLUMBING is looking for experienced plumbers and HVAC installers for residential and commercial. Also looking for an experienced HVAC service technician. Contact Ric S or Greg at (701) 280-3400. SEEKING CLASS A CDL drivers to run 14 central states. 2 years over the road experience required. Excellent benefit package. Call (701) 221-2465 or (877) 472- 9534. HELP WANTED FOR FARM NG and custom harvesting: JD equip- ment, KW semis, room and board paid, wage DOE. Year round work possible. Can start work now. Home (701) 662-4489, Shop (701'/ 395-4311, Cell (701) 351-1955. i BUSINESSES FOR SALE GROCERY STORE FOR SALE - BEACH, ND, In the heart of oi country, excellent return on in. Land Company, 701-483-6789 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED WANTED: PASTURE TO rent for 113 cow-calf parrs and 58 year- lings. Call Bob Kahl at (701) 445- 3491. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ROY LAKE (SD) secluded 40 acre parcel with a 15 acre forested peninsula surrounded by Roy Lake and state land. Modern cabin and garage. Visit: roylakeprop- WANTED: MINERAL INTER- ESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experi- enced Family Owned Oil Produc- tion & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Yodr Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs-, (877) 754- 3111, 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- BUILDINGS FOR SALE WESTERN STAR POST Frame Buildings 24x24x8 - $4,720.00, vestment! Sally Abernethy, Real- i 30x32x10 - $6,710.00, 36x40x12 - tor, 701-872-4674. Home Ant I $8,996.00, 42x48x14 - $11,868.00. Complete material packages with insuctions ExlSe- rienced and insured crews avail- able. (800) 658-5565. STEEL BUILDING BUY Local. Turn Key Available. Spring Spe- cials. 40'x80', 50'x105' 80'x195', 120'x320'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call Wane (701) 369-8509 or (800) 741-9262. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE ';ENOCH'S" SAGA: Horsepower to Satellite in a Single Lifetime" Personal/Technological History, Cattle Feeding, Legislator, Expe- riences of Great Depression, Suc- cesses/Failure. $12. Thorsgard, (701) 587-6042; enoch@polar- 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. Contact your newspaper to place an ad. AUCTIONS 1605 ACRES FOR SALE by Auc- tion, June 12th, Ramsey County, ND. 10 parcels of Quality Farm Land with Farm Site and Excellent Hunting located 10 miles NE of Devils Lake. Steve Link, Pifer's Auction & Realty (701) 361-9985 (877) 700-4099 LIC# 715. JAMESTOWN THREE BED- ROOM Ranch Style Home Need- ing Updates Selling As Is At Auc- tion June 30. Great Location. Terrific Potential. Roaldson Auc- tioneering Phone 701-2MY-SALE. ABSOLUTE AUCTION: (7) Modu- lar 2005 buildings, each 64'x24' with 2 bathrooms, furnace, water hearter, 2 classrooms, handi- capped accessible, Faith, SD, June 13, www. or (605) 544-3316. ANNOUNCE / PERSoNALi ..... VOTE YES on 3. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. Religious Liberty Restoration Amendment. June 12th Primary. Protect Religious Liberty from Government Man dates. Paid for by Enoch Thors- 9ard, NDFA sponosored, MISCELLANEOUS 39th Annual Art Olson Swap Meet and Car Show, Sunday, May 20, 8 am to 4 pro, admission $5. Show cars FREE! At Bonanzaville USA, West Fargo. Call Rod (701) 282- 3622 or Joe (701) 238,4992 HAVE A NEWS release or other information that needs to reach all ND newspapers? ND Newspaper Association can help! One call does it all. (701) 223-6397.