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Pa e 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS ° WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9, 2017 PARK RIVER, N.D.- Noah America Daryl Kuhnhenn Me- Skavhaug of Park River recently morial Scholarship. was the recipent of a $500 schol- Noah, the son of Mary and arship from the North Dakota Kevin Skavhaug, is a 2015 grad- Vietnam Veterans of America. He was the recipient of the uate of Park River Area High Noth Dakota Vietnam Veterans School. of America and North Dakota As- He currently is attending the sociate Vietnam Veterans of University ofNorthDakota. Local students earn degrees MINOT, N.D. -- More than cation. Students graduating with 695 undergraduate and graduate honors from Minot State Universi- students were eligible to walk ty earned a minimum cumulative through Minot State University's grade point average of 3.9 for sum- commencement this spring, ma cum laude, 3.75 for magna cure Graduates are listed below by laude and 3.5 for cum laude. hometown. The list includes type of Students earning degrees from degree, major and honors received. Dakota College at Bottineau pro- The degree types are listed as BA for grams offered on the Minot campus a Bachelor of Arts degree, BAS for have the option of participating in a Bachelor of Applied Science de- MSU commencement; those who gree, BS for a Bachelor of Science chose to do so are listed. DCB stu- degree, BSE for a Bachelor of Sci- ence in Education degree, BSN for dents graduating with high honors Bachelor of Science in Nursing, have earned a minimum grade point BSW for Bachelor in Social Work, average of 3.8, and those with hon- BGS for Bachelor of General Stud- ors designation have earned a min- ies, BFA for Bachelor of Fine Arts, imum of 3.5. AS for an Associate of Science de- Area students included: gree, AAS for an Associate of Ap- Drayton -- Rachel Juhl, BSW. plied Science degree, MAT for a Hampden-Gabfielle Damschen, Master of Arts in Teaching degree, BA, music, honors, summa cum MS for a Master of Science degree, laude. MME for Master of Music Educa- Park River -- Brady Gudgel, tion and MEd for a Master of Edu- BSE, music, cum laude. UNIVERSII"Y OF NORTH DAKOTA Area students graduate UND GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- this spring: Nearly 2,000 Students Were Eligi- Conway -- Taylor Schlenk ble for UND Spring Commence- (MED); Crystal -- Ryan Fischer ment Ceremonies; Undergraduate (MPH); and Graduate Ceremonies Were Drayton -- Tanner Anderson May 13, Medical School May 14; (MD), Katelyn Twamley (BBA Law School Ceremony Was May 6 Cum Laude); Edinburg -- Vanessa Nearly 2,000 students Were eli- Burkel (BACC Magna Cum Laude); gible to cross the stage during four Edmore -- Scott Berry (MED); commencement ceremonies at the Fordville -- Mariah Dalbey (BS University of North Dakota in May. Magna Cum Laude), Jacy Whaley UND President Mark Kennedy (MOT); Forest River -- Emily presided over his first Spring Com- Schwartz (MD); Grafion -- Saman- mencement ceremonies and deliv- tha Dvorak (BSCE), Carly Hills ered a message to the students (MOT), Jenna Hills (BSED Cure about the need to embrace, not fear, technology. And he explained to the Laude), Megan Janikowski (BS graduates and the audience the mes- Cum Laude), Sydney Johnson (BA sage "another President Kennedy, Summa Cum Laude), Sami Swartz President John E Kennedy" deliv- (BS Magna Cum Laude), Sami eredonavisittoUNDin1963: "He Swartz (BSFWB Magna Cum said this university was founded not Laude); Hampden --Tia Hermanson for students' economic advantage, (BSN Magna Cum Laude); Hoople but to graduate men and women to -- Courtney Duff(BA Cum Laude); bear the burden of citizenship." Minto -- Ramae Norton (BS Here, by state or country and Summa Cum Laude), Allison Os- hometown, are the local students owski(BAMagnaCumLaude),Jes- who were eligible to cross the stage sica Sobolik (MA) Welch named to Deans List MINNEAPOLIS -- The fol- Claire Welch, Junior, College of lowing students have been named to Liberal Arts from Park River, ND the 2017 spring semester Dean's List To qualify for the Dean's List, a at the University of Minnesota Twin student must complete 12 or more Cities, the university announced letter-graded credits while attaining recently, a 3.66 grade point average. UNIVERSII"Y OF NORTH DAKOTA Bata named to Spring President's Roll of Honor GRAND FORKS, N.D.- imumof30sem.esterhoursandhave More than 1,000 students were completed a minimum of 12 hours named to the University of North at the close of the semester, eight of Dakota Roll of Honor for the 20127 which must be fore traditional let- Spring semester, ter grades. To qualify for the UND Presi- Park River Area graduate Diana dent's Roll of Honor, a student must Bata of Adams was named to the. have an overall cumulative grade President's Roll of Honor and the point average of 3.80 or higher. The Dean's List for the Spring Semes- student must also have eamed a min- tel'. Photo: Submitted Above: Park River Area Cheerteam members recently held lheir annual fundralser meal at Jim's Super Valu outdoor produce sale. Pic- tured (l-r) are Jasmine Winther, Mady Sanderson, Jo Troftgruben, Lexi Langowski, Allie Hjelmsted and Kendra Beck. BISMARCK, N.D. -- The North Dakota De- partment of Agriculture (NDDA) and the North Dakota Agriculture in the Classroom Council are seeking proposals for developing and conduct- ing educational programs and materials to help young people understand the importance of agriculture in North Dakota and in their own lives. "Agriculture in the Classroom programs help young people learn where their foo&C0mes from ~S and how to make better food choices for them- selves," said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. "The program provides teachers with curricula and class lesson development materi- als, training seminars, a magazine, website and other tools to make agriculture part of the school day. The materials provided support science, math and biology studies." Goehring said about $100,000 will be avail- able for the programs in this biennium. Information on grant opporttmitfes and on preparing and submitting proposals is available at ag-classroom-grants or by contacting Ashley Stegeman at 701-328-4759 or astege- Proposals must be received by 4 p.m. CDT on AuguSt 18, 2017. Park River Fall CRy-Wide Rummage is Saturday, September 9th To register or for information, please contact the city office at Do you want your news noticed? Do you or your group have a story to tell? 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