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MAY 21, 2014 I THE PRESS PAGE 7 Meals are subject to ehanse without notice EDMORZ PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: omelet, toast, sauce L: baked potato bar w/trimmings, dinner rolls, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: hot dogs, Raider beans, potato chips, fruit, ice cream bars FORDVILLE~LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVlLLE) Aailk d bread are served daily. Meals are subject to chan,e. Thurs- Cook's Choice Ffi- Cook's Choice unless day is forgiven MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with aH meals. , Thurs- B: bagels, cream cheese, yogurt L: Cook's choice for taco day Fri- B: cereal, toast L: 12th Grade Choice Men- 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 AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs- B: Cook's Choice L: Cook's Choice Fri- B: Cook's Choice L: Cook's Choice VALLEY~EDINBURG K-4 ' : : (HooPLE) i Fresh regales (lettuce, broccoli, : carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternatSve tO the entr6e. q Thurs- Cooks Choice- LaB Day Of School!l VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal Men through Thurs- Cooks Choice-May 22- Last dayl! VALLY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, retie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- last Dayll French bread pizza, make your own Ice cream Sundaes! Photos: Submitted Above: Students of the Foudh Quader: William Gaarder, Elaina Swadz, Andy Moe, Peyton Cole, Hannah Swadz, and Ben Thompson. ..... ................ Putting forth their best effort Park River Area names Student of theQuarter honorees PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Park River Area High School would like to recognize the fol- lowing students for being selected as the Students of the Fourth Quarter: These stu- dents were recognized for showing consid- erable growth or consistently demonstrating their best effort academically over the fourth nine weeks. Grade 7 William Gaarder is the son of Brian and Rhonda Gaarder and his favorite subjects are English and mathl He enjoys baseball, foot- ball and FCA for extracurricular activities and out of school he is also involved in Church Youth Group. William enjoys hang- ing out with friends in his spare time and his desire to succeed comes from his family and his faith pushes him every day to do his best. William's career aspirations are to go to col- lege to study :medicine and to become a nurse or a dogtor. Grade 8.. Elaina Swartz is the daughter of Sherry Currie and Stuart Swartz and her favorite subjects are English and science. Her ex- tracurricular activities include basketball, volleyball, track, band, and chorus. Out of School, Elaina is also involved in softball, CCD and sports acceleration. Reading, sport camps, summer open gyms and Net- flix are some of the things she enjoys in her spare time. Elaina's desire to succeed comes from her parents and her coaches and her ca- reer aspirations are to play athletics in col- lege and study oncology. Grade 9 Andy Moe is the son of Roger and Con- nie Moe and his favorite subjects are math, science and English. The extracurricular ac- tivities he is involved in are basketball, foot- ball and track. Out of school, Andy enjoys hunting, youth fellowship and off-season basketball. In his spare time you can find him hanging out with friends and playing basketball. Andy's desire to succeed comes from his family and friends and his career aspirations currently are undecided. Grad 10 Peyton Cole is the daughter of Dennis and Trisha Cole and her favorite subjects are history and english. Volleyball, track, speech, and small group music are the ex- tracurricular activities she is involved in. Out of school Peyton is active with church youth group and choir and spring volleyball. In her spare time, Peyton enjoys her pho- tography business and reading. Peyton's de- sire to succeed comes from her parents and family but she also credits herself as being very self-motivated. In her future, Peyton would like to attend a 4-year college and earn a degree in marketing and advertise- ment. Grade 11 Hannah Swartz is the daughter of Stuart Swartz and Sherry Currie and her favorite subjects are English and Anatomy. For ex- tracurricular activities, Hannah is involved in basketball, volleyball, track, yearbook and i!iiiiii!.!Jiiiiii!i%i!!!iiiiiiii!ii!iii!ii!!i!ii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!ii iii!i  !!ii I   iiiii!:i!! i i i i!!iJ: ii i! !:iiii!iiiiii!!!ii i I;:?= '  ,i,, ', ,, Gire awarded for pledge to buckle up PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Zayah Gire of Park River Area Schools signed a pledge to promise to wear her seat belt in the back seat and became the proud owner of a "Buckle Up In the Back Seat" gi, ant teddy bear as part of this year's 2014 Child Passenger Safe: ty Month Activities. The c6ntest, sponsored by the North Dakota. Department of Health and Walsh County Health District, encourages children to sign a pledge to buckle up in the back for a chance to win a giant stuffed teddy bear. Zahah's name was drawn from about 12,000 pledge forms. In addition to signing the pledge, children learned the fol- lowing safety tips: Buckle up inthe back on every trip - even short trips around town. . Ride in the back seat until age 13 - even if there are no airbags in the front seat (and especially if there are on/off sensors in the ve- hicle seat!). Children should use booster .seats until they are big enough to fit in a seat belt properly, usually between the ages of 8 or 12 or un- til they are about 4'9" tall. For the seat belt to fit correctly, the lap belt Photo: Larry Biri Above: Zayah Gire buckles up in the back with her new buckle-up buddy, She was selected to win the bear from 12,000 pledge forms. must lie snugly across the upper thighs, not the stomach. The shoulder belt should lie snug across the shoulder and chest and not cross the neck or face. Never place a shoulder belt under the arm or behind the back. For more information about the best practices of child passen- ger safely, please contact Walsh County Health District at 701.352.5139 or contact the North Dakota Department of Health at 800.472.2286 speech. Outside from school Hannah can ei- ther be found working at Welch's Bakery or the Park River Pool. Hannah enjoys read- ing, listening to music, playing volleyball, Instagram and spending time with her friends and family in her spare time. Her de- sire to succeed comes from her parents, friends and family and her career aspirations are to become either a physical trainer or an occupational therapist. Grade 12 Ben Thompson is the son of Ron and Jen- nifer Thompson and his favorite subjects are Math and history. For extracurricular activ- ities, Ben is active in chorus, band, hockey, baseball and the National Honor Society. Outside of school, he is in youth group and Legion baseball. In Ben's spare time he en- joys playing hockey or baseball with his brothers. Ben's desire to succeed comes from his parents and his career aspirations are to acquire an actuarial job at an insurance company. :- ---- --: -- -- -- -- -------- ---- -- ----: --: --2 --::::: :- ,: E w University of North Dakota; both graduate degrees emphasized pa- leontology. Hoganson has au- thored numerous scientific and popular articles and chapters in books about North Dakota geol- ogy and paleontology. In 2003, Public Service and in 2001 was honored as a Master Alumnus by the College of Science and Math- ematics at North Dakota State University (NDSU). In 2001 he was presented with the Leonard Award for outstand- he co-authored with Ed Mu/iphy a ing scholarship from the Depart- book titled "Geolo of the Lewis: ment of Geology and Geological and Clark Trdil in Srth D]koa' Ehgineering at the University of published by MoUntain PresV N0rth Dakota. Hoganson has Publishing Company, Missoula, Montana. His 2007 publication, "Dinosaurs, Sharks, and Woolly Mammoths: Glimpses of Life in North Dakota's Prehistoric Past" was the winner of the State His- torical Society of North Dakota's 2007 Editor's Award and was rec- ognized as a2007 Notable Gov- ernment Document by the Amer- ican Library Association. In 1993, he received the Gov- ernor's Award for Excellence in been with the North Dakota Geo- logical Survey since 1981. There is no cost for attending, refreshments will be served. Any individual requiring spe- cial accommodation (i.e., alterna- tive formatting of literature, an interpreter, or help in accessing the facility) should advise us of their needs by contacting Kather- ine Lunde at the Red River Re- gional Council at 701-352-3550 or e-mail klunde@nd.gov. Zilanund earns NDSU scholarships FARGO, N.D. --Abigail Zik- mund, daughter of Tim and Jacqi Zikmund, Pisek, North Dakota, re- ceived the North Dakota State Uni- versity Honor Award in the amount of $2,000 and the Freshman Aca- demic Scholarship in the amount of $500. The scholarships recognize high academic achievement. Zikmund will enter NDSU in the fall and plans to major in microbi- ology. In high school, she was ac- tive in cheerleading, student coun- cil, 4-H club, speech and church youth group. Zikmund also is pres- ident of National Honor Society, ed- itor of yearbook and student body president. orth HELP WANTED WILLIAMS COUNTY EXTEN- SION Agent, Agriculture & Natural Resources Williston, ND. NDSU is an EO/AA Employer. Open until filled. Apply at: http://jobs.ndsu.edu/postings/484 6 "Exempt from ND Veterans' Preference" JACOBSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL in Elgin, North Dakota, is now hiring a Director of Nurs- ing. Competitive pay and benefits, $2,000 sign-on bonus, and stu- dent loan repayment. For more in- formation, contact Human Resources at (701) 584-7247 or hr@jacobsonhospital.org. WANTED: SACRED HEART Catholic Church, Carrington, ND, seeks part-time Religious Educa- tion Director. Please call 701-652- 2519 for more information. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS- TANT - LAKE Region State Col- lege, Devils Lake Fulltime, full benefits. Salary depending on ex- perience. For more information see our website at Irsc.edu. OPENING: FT Medical Record Coder. People skills, computer proficiency. Licensed RHIT a plus. Competitive compensation. Re- sume: Jerry Lepp, AMC, PO 450, Ashley, ND 58413-0450. 701-288- 3433. WANTED: MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR at Larimore Public School. Call 701-343-2366 for more information. H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local established electrical company in Williston, ND is seeking Journey- men and Experienced Apprentice Electricians. Oil & gas industry ex- perience a plus! Competitive pay and benefits. 701-774-1001. THE CITY OF LAKOTA, ND has an opening for a Journeyman Lineman. Applicant must have CDL Class B with endorsements. Salary is BOE. Contact 701-247- 2454 or lakotact@polarcomm.com for more information. MCLEAN COUNTY HIGH- WAY Department will fil! one Equipment Operator III position based in Turtle Lake. Call 701- 462-8809 or email nkroll@nd.gov for more information. HELP WANTED FOR farming and custom harvesting: JD equip- ment, KW semis, room and board paid, wage DOE, year round work possible. Can start work now. Shop 701-395-4311, cell 701-351- 1955. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR HIRE: PAYLoADER. Push up shelter belts. Rock pile removal. Demolition. Feed lot cleaning. Will travel anywhere. John: 701-269-3413. LARGE CUSTOM SQUARE BALING. 3x3x8 down to 3x3x2. Any and all hays. Will travel any- where. John: 701-269-3413. BUSINESSES FOR SALE FOR SALE: AUTO Repair Shop, 2 car lifts, 1 truck lift, floor heat, 4 overhead doors, large of- fice and parking lot. Includes all tools, equipment and inventory. $260,000. Located in Brecken- ridge, MN. Call Guy Miller for de- tails 218-643-5505. FOR SALE: BAR with large dance floor, stage and fenced in patio area. $169,900. Located in Breckenridge, MN. Call Guy Miller for details at 218-643-5505. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED: MINERAL INTER- ESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experi- enced Family Owned Oil Production & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946 Denver, CO 8020;1. MineralAssets@qwestof- rice.net, 877-754-3111 . NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all-time highs! Con- tact Kevin Pifer 701-238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Serv- ices. www.pifers.com BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING BUY LOCAL. Spring Specials. Huge Savings. 40'x40', 40'x80', 50'x105', 80'x195', 120'x320'. While Inventory Lasts! Freight Paid! Call Wane Today! 701-237- 9620 or 800-211-9593. LIVESTOCK/SUPPLIES 2 YEAR OLD BLACK ANGUS BULLS sired by Sitz Upward, Connealy Infocus 4925, Connealy Reflection, GT Premium Design & More. Moderate Framed, Good Disposition, Calving Ease and High Growth. Lawler Angus Ranch Linton, ND 701-782-4280. HORSE BUYER AT Stock- mans Livestock East barn in Dick- inson 9a.m.-5p.m. Paid on the spot! Just bring your horses or call for info. Joe or Sharon Simon 612-839-9568. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE GEOTHERMAL HEATING & COOLING SYSTEMS. Commer- cial, residential & shop buildings. Economical heating & cooling. Federal tax credits, electric re- bates available. Earthloop Geot- hermal Systems, Fosston 218/435-6379. LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223-6397, ND Newspaper Asso- ciation. YOUR 25-WORD classified ad can now appear in every ND newspaper! 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