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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2018 Pa e 7 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Skim milk, salad bar option, juice~fruit, whole wheat products served daily Thurs- B: omelets, toast, sauce L: Meal of the Month: chicken cordon bleu hot dish, green beans, bread, fruit Fri- B: French toast sticks, fruit L: wraps, macaroni salad, chips, beans, sauce, fruit cup Mort- B: pancakes, fruit L: taco salad, corn shredded lettuce, cheese, bread, Spanish rice Tues- B: caramel rolls, sauce L: BBQ's, chips, beans Wed- B: cereal, fruit L: Grill Day: hot dogs, hamburgers, salad bar FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or reg. tray are served daily Thurs- B: assorted cereal, toast L: mashed potatoes, pork or turkey roast, gravy, roasted vegetables, fruit cups Fri- B: chocolate chip muffins L: macaroni & cheese, fresh fruit Mort- 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 PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Polar Communications is pleased to an- nounce its 2018 scholarship and award recipients. John G. Waiters Scholarship This year Polar awarded five $1,000 scholarships in honor of former General Manager John G. Waiters. The awards are given to outstanding high school seniors Photo: Submitted whose parents or guardians are current subscribers of Polar Com- e munications or its subsidiaries. Applicants are judged on essay content, grammar, academic achievement and community in- volvement. This year's winners are Alan Gilbertson - Dakota Prairie High School, Austin Urlaub - Cavalier High School, Emily Kennelly - St. Thomas Public School, Kris- ten Larson - Park River Area School and Luke Newell - North Border Pembina School. Polar Leadership Scholarship The Leadership Scholarship is sponsored by Polar Communica- tions, in cooperation with its re- tired employees. This scholarship is awarded to a student who is in- volved in their school, serves their BISMARCK, N.D. -- Conner community, achieves leadership Photos: Submitted Carriere of Grafton High School roles in activities, functions or or- has been named a Real DEALganizations, and strives to reach T0O(LloR.):JchnG.Wall rsSch01- Scholarship winner by Bank of their highest potential. Considera- al ip r0cl otllB: Alan Gilb01iP n- North Dakota's DEAL Student tion is also given to any work or Dakota Prald0 High School, Auslin Loan Program. internship experience outside of Utlaub-Cavalior High School, Efni- He will receive a $500 schol- school. Applicants must be a sen- I]/Konnolly--St. Thomas Public arship to attend a North Dakota ior in high school or freshman or SChOOl. Mkidl0: alk sophomore in college, and their Riv0r Area School (Lats0n also r0- college and qualifies to be one of parents or guardians must be dovod the Foundation 10rRural 48 applicants to compete for a Polar customers. Service Named Scholarship) and $3,000 scholarship to be awarded The recipient of the 2018 Polar in the spring of 2018. Leadership Scholarship in the I.ukol J ll-- tlhBot rPom na Recipients must demonstrate amount of $2,000 is being 8Chool. community or school involve- awarded to Tobias Zikmund, a awardoo Tob 7ikmund. Bottom: MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL ment and have a 2.5 GPA or senior at Park River Area School. Foundalion for Rural Service Youth (MINTO) greater. Carriere participates in Tour redpianls,Nyssa Kemp of Cav- l~uits, vegetables, milk, peanut trapshooting and is involved with Foundation for Rural Service ali0r and KednaWhaleyof Fordville. butter ell and bread served kills A Named Scholarship ,j y, S " US and National Technical " with an meals Honor qneiatv .qhldent who will The Foundation for Rural awardees selected. The program Area School. students also learn about thd . Service (FRS) offers an annual includes several named scholar- telecommunications industry, ai graduate high school in 2019 can Thurs- B: breakfast enchiladas "r ,r,= 0=ol conege scnolarsnlp program to ship opportunities. Polar Commu- Foundation for Rural Service well as the regulatory and legisla L" Spaghetti w/meat sauce, -t't'.y students from rural America for nications is fortunate to have a Youth Tour tive processes. trlic toast arsnlp starung rail zoi s lo apply, their first year of college, univer- student from our service area re- Each year, in collaborationThis year's Youth Tour will Pri- B" pancakes L" chicken hot sity, or vocational-technical ceive, one th, e named' sghQ!arships, with NT A member o p n ies,held June 2-6. Polar is proud tO dish, t~uaer rolls" . - . 4school.Eachstudentissponsored Polar is proud to sp0nsor thispro-: FRS bl:mg's rur l s' mden' S 'f om sponsor Alyssa Kemp of Cavaher Mort- B: bagels L: Cook's Choice / 'i tiips [ by an NTCA member c0mpany :andlarm0unce h,! ilji nt across .l tteg and Karina 'Wl le y,o Fordville "rues- B- pancakes on a stick L" / will be given statewide every / In 2018, the foundation received of a $1,000 NISC Community ington, D?c or a t'0ur day for this trip. Cook's Choice " l month, October 2018 through ] over 1,300 applications from Leadership Scholarship to Kristen of some of the most historical Congratulations to all our schol' Wed-B: Cook's Choice L: Ccx~k's = March 2019. across rural America with 53Larson, a senior at Park River sites in the nation. While there, arship and award recipients! Choice :~ ,~ ~, ,~ PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, Fruit, salad bar and milk served daily. Thurs- B: pancakes, sausage L: t3BQ's pork, chips, carrots Fri- B: bagels, yogurt L: chicken By Terry Novak sions. BISMARCK, N.D. -- The 2018 NDHSAA State * Park River Area Girls' Vocal Ens 4-6 4 In burgers, smiley fries PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Hello After 18 years of being an active Class B Music Festival was held Saturday, May 5 at You I Found Mon- B: Cook's Choice L: pallons and students of the Park Riv- school board member, I have de- the Bismarck State College. Jill Bergstedt and Dr. * Park River Area Girls' Vocal Solo Annie Cook's Choice er Area School district. Greetings cided not to mn for this position. Our John Darling served as festival managers. The Koenig Down in the Forest Tues- B: Ccx~k's Choice L: Cook's also to the surrounding districts. My four children have all graduated and NDHSAA State Class B Festival involves vocal and * Park River Area Mixed Vocal Ens 7-12 12 Choice name is Terry Novak. I have served I feel it is important for parents to be instrumental solos and ensembles including up to 12 I Am In Need of Music Wed- B: Cook's Choice L: Cook's on the PRA school board for the past involved with their children's school participants per entry. Choice three years, to the level they feel comfortable. Twenty-three judges awarded 875 performances * Park River Area Mixed Vocal Ens 2-3 2 I previously served on the With that being said, I am current- with ratings of Star, 1, 2, and 3. Each judge had the Wilt Though Be Gone, Love VALLEY-EDINBURG K~4 Fordville schoolboard, thenlater the ly atoning for a seat on the Walsh opportunity to grant one Outstanding Performer * Park River Area Saxophone Ens 2-3 2 (HoOPLE) Fordville-Lankin board when it County commission, award from the entries adjudicated during the day. Moderato Fresh v~ gies (lettuce, broccoli, was voted to reorganize the two dis- I am also proud.that my daugh- Area results listed by rating, school, category, en- 1 Park RiverArea Percussion Ens 7-129 carrots, cucumbers, celery), tricts. These major changes can be ter, Breanna Novak Brintnell, has semble size or soloist, and performance piece are as Rhythmicity eruit and milk served at each emotional yet rewarding when the filed to run for the at farge position, follows: * Park River Area Girls'VocalEns 7-12 12 meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly fOCUS is Oh the betterment of the stu- I first was elected to the Fordville 1 Grafton Saxophone Ens 4-6 4 Fair and I Thank You God sandwiches offered as an dents. It is always difficult to close school board when she beganWarmer alternative to the entr e, a school that has been a part ofthe kindergarten. Time flies when you * Graflon MMME-Instrumental 7-12 9 A * Park River Area Girls' Vocal Ens 7-12 10 community for generations. It is a are having fun! Fisherman's Tale I'll Paint You a Rainbow Thurs- chicken nuggetS, very beneficial thing when schools Being a member of a school 1 Grafton MMME-Instrumental 7-12 12 1 Park River Area Girls' Vocal Ens 7-12 12 macaroni and cheese, baked beans can work together as several do in board can be very interesting, fun Nimrod Seasons Fri- pizza, cooked carrotsthe sharing of teachers, administra- and very rewarding. I would en- * Grafton Solo: Trumpet Signe Ekman An- * Park River Area Girls' Vocal Ens 2-3 2 Mort- Mr. Currie's famous tion and staff, courage every parent to considerbe- dante and Allegro Abendlied hotdogs, corn on the cob, Open enrollment is USed by most coming a member of their district * Grafton Girls' Vocal Ens 2-3 2 More love* Park River Area Girls' Vocal Ens 2-3 2 watermelon schools for the benefit of educational school if given the chance. It has cer- to thee o Christ Tues- tomato soup, grilledopportunity, travel convenience, tainly made a large impact on my- * Grafton Mixed Woodwind Ens 4-6 6 Sonntagsmorgen cheese etc. In Park River we have some self, and family throughout the Maiden Voyage * Park River Area Boys' Vocal Ens 7-12 7 Wed- Cook's choice open enrolled in as well as out to oth- years ofour children's schoolyears. * Grafton Solo: French Horn Kayla I'll Sail Right Home to You er districts for various reasons. Editor'sNote:Novakisadirec-Laskowske Romanze * Park River Area Boys' Vocal Ens 7-12 12 VALLEY-EDINBURG Hopefully, these decisions are made tor on the Park River Area School OP Grafton Girls' Vocal Solo Alaina Droog ARed, RedRose MIDOLE SCHOOL for the benefit ofthe student's edu- Board. SchoolBoardBlogisabi- Tusojillosnegros 1 Park River Area ClarinetEns 7-12 8 Ada- (CRYSTAL) cational advancements. We must all monthly column featuring Park * Midway Solo: Flute Tatiana McGreevy gio, K 411 Saladbar, Fruit, milkkeep in mind to respectthose mak- River Area School Board member Offenbach Ballet * Park River Area TrumpetEns 7-12 12 Ye served at each meal. ing these often very difficult deep perspectives. 1 Minto Saxophone Ens 2-3 Peasant Dance Bank and Braes O' Bonnie Doon 2 Minto Mixed Instrument Ens 7-12 12 For- Thurs- cheese bread sticks, gotten Heroes 1 Valley-Edinburg Percussion Ens 4-6 6 marinara sauce, broccoli * Park River Area Solo: Tenor Saxophone High Five Fri- spaghetti w/meat sauce, Brooke Shirek Song Without Words * Valley-Edinburg Mixed Instrument Ens 2- garlic bread sticks 1 Park River Area Solo: Bass Clarinet Han-3 3 Waltz Mort- Cook's Choice nah Gordon Minuet and Gigue * Valley-Edinburg Mixed Brass Ens 2-3 2 Tues- Cook's Choice * Park River Area Girls' Vocal Solo Kyza Spring Odyssey Wed- Cook's Choice Kadlec Sebben Crudele 1 Valley-Edinburg Girls' Vocal Solo Galadriel Park River Area Girls' Vocal Ens 7-12 12 Burrell At The Cry of the First Bird VALLEY-EDINBURG,Set Me As a Seal * Valley-Edinburg Girls' Vocal Ens 7-12 10 HIGH SCHOOL * Park River Area Mixed Vocal Ens 4-6 4 (EDINBURG) Shoshone Love Song Weep No More Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, * Park River Area Percussion Ens 2-3 3 A 1 Valley-Edinburg Girls' Vocal Ens 4-6 6 dessert, peanut butter and jelly Little Malletmusik Bayushki Bayu served with all meals. 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