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PAGE 8 THE PRESS AUGUST 29, 2012 Thur., Aug. 30 - Wed., Sept. 5 Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS- EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) "l&apos;h r,-- B: cereal, pbj ,qchcs. juice L: chicken rb;crs , potato salad, pretzels, alia sauce. FriB: toast, sauce L: pizza, green beaus, salad, and applesauce Mon: NO SCHOOl. LABOR L)AY Tues-B: toast, sauce L: lasagna hot dish, green beans, salad, and sance. VVed-B: omelets, toast, sauce L: tomato soup, grilled cheese cracker, cmn'ot sticks, salad, and fruit ADAMS- EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMoRE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: Oatmeal, toast, & bananas L: Chicken nuggets, rotini, corn & strawberries or salad bar. Fri- B: Cereal & toast L: Subs on wh. wheat buns w/trimmings & ice cretan bars or apples or salad bat'. Wion- labor Day-No School Tues- B: l,ng johns & apples L: Soup & salad bar, breadsticks & fruit. \\;Vcd- B: Cereal & toast L: Chicken pot pie, mixed vegetables, coleslaw w/carrots, wtl wheat bread & kiwi or salad FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk $ bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: French toast, syrup, juice & milk L: Chicken Fajitas w/assorted loppings, white rice & fresh fruit Fri- B: Assorted cereal, toast, juice & milk L: Barbeques, chips, baked beans, veg. tray, potato salad & fruil sauce. Mon- No School-lalx)r Day Tues- B: Assorted cereal, toast, juice & milk L: Hamburger macaroni hot dish, buns, coleslaw and fresh fruit. VVcd- B: Grilled cheese, juice & milk. L: Homemade chicken noodle soup, crackers, cheese slices, assorted sandwiches, reg. tray and fruit sauce. MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanutbutter and Jelly served at aH "breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs B: Bagels, cream cheese, y,urt, orange juice, milk L: Taco salad w/corn chips, lettuce, tomatoes, black beans, salsa, SOIlF cream, fruit cup Fri ----B: Omelets, toast, bananas, milk L: Hamburger, potato wedges, ve&sdes, fruit cups ,Mlon .... NO SCttOOL Tue --Assorted cereal, toast, orange juice, milk L: Polish sausage on bun, baked beans v%-g,qies, fruit cup \\;Ved B: Assorted muffins y%-e;urt, orange juice, milk L: Ham/turkey sub, cheese, vcgies, fl'uit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk  bread are served daily Meals are subject to change. Aug 30- Sept. 5 Thurs- B: pancakes, applesauce L: chicken patty on bun, California blend salad bar/fruit Fri- B: breakfast pizza, fruit L: corn dogs, beans, and salad bar/fruit Mon- NO SCHOOl, LABOR DAY Tucs B: brealcfast lX-ckets, fruit L: chicken strips, macaroni salad, raw broccoli, salad bar/fruit Wed B: cereal, toast, fruit L: bbq'd pork on bun, baked beans and salad bar/fruit VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Thur: I,as\\;qna, Whole Grain Brcadsticks, Corn, Cauliflower Ranch, Grapes, Milk Fri: Chicken Noodle Soup, PB&J or Ham or Turkey Sandwiches Broccolli, Cukes, Carrots, Ranch, Strawberries, Sherbet, Milk Mon.: Labor Day; No School Tuc: Taco in a Bag, Romaine Ix:ttuce, Tomatoes, Black Beans. Salsa, Bananas, Milk Wed: Chicken Nuggets, Potato Variety, Whole Grain Bread & Green Beans, Peaches, Nlilk VALLEY- EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) Not Available VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. Wed.: Baked ham, whole grain dinner roll, jelly', baked potato, sour cream, peas, applesauce, milk Thur.: Lasagna, whole grain .ad sick, corn, grapes, fudgcsicle, milk Fri: Chicken noodle soup, ham or turkey sandwiches, fruit and veggie bar, strawberries, orange sherbet R lon: Labor Day. No School Tue: Taco in a bag, romaine lettuce, tomatoes, black beans icebel\\;g lettuce, salsa, sour cream, banana, milk Bring on the new school year School started all over the county last week. Whether the kids were lining up in their first day duds, showing off their "what I did this summer" story with a souvenir or preparing with a first day haircut, the signs that summer is coming to a close were popping up all over. Top Left: Mrs. Tere Nielsen's third grade class lines up in the hall to go back to their classroom on the first day of school. Bot- tom Left: Mitchell Shirek (left) shows his friend Caden Swartz an autograph he got this summer from a Red- hawks baseball player. Right: Lucila Suarez gives her son Anthony his back to school hair- cut Wednesday in their driveway. Anthony is in the sixth grade in Grafton. Photos: Larry Biri Parl: River youth on a mission: Several sopr omore ,ys make a ,]ifference in Montana By Allison Olimb of The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- While they could have been playing video games, hanging out at the pool, or just goofing around on the Intemet, several Park River sophomores took a week out of their sum- mer to do something bigger and give of their time to others. Nick Belmore,Daniel Onstad, Seth Helgesorl, Isak Johnson, and Noah Skavhaug traveled with Pastor Jeff John- son and Youth Director Tynan Nelson from Our Saviour's Lutheran Chuch in Park River on a mission trip to Lame Deer, Mont. They left on July 22 and n'avelled 10 hours across the state and into Montana to the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. "We went through a group called YouthWorks," said Nelson who helped to organize the opportunity. The YouthWorks website describes the location as being "home to the unique culture and heritage of the Cheyenne peo- ple. But the day-to-day realities of life on the reservation present several challenges, from unemployment to poverty to inade- quate housing. There is much to learn from this resilient tribe as your group par- ticipates in work projects on the reserva- tion and ministers to local children." Nelson explained that while they were there, the OSLC group broke up into two groups and participated in a work projects with the other church groups that were a part of the mission trip. The YouthWorks website states that teams may do various painting and reha- bilitation projects, facilitate a Kids Club program or partner with othe r organiza- tions working to meet community needs. The kids from OSLC spent half of the week helping with a rehabilitation prqi- ect and the other half of the, week was spent with a kids' club project. Nelson said that for their construction project, his group, which included Be llnom, Onstad, and Skavhaug, helped paint Head Start building. "The community seemed to appreciate what we did," Nelson said As a part of their week in Lame Deer the group also expanded their cultural and historical perspectives Nelson said that in the evenings they participated in cultumt events such as tra ditional dances and drumming sessions, and one night they went to the Little Bighorn battlefield Though it took a number of fundrais ers fiom Farmer's Market cookouts to bake sales to help get the group there, Nelson already is looking to future He hopes to be able to do a mission trip each year and while a trip to mmther country would be a big goal he said another pos sibility for next year would be an inner city experience The YouthWorks program encourages youth to "be like Jesus" The organization states, "We kmow that paint on houses will eventually chip off, and that stories and games may be forgotten in time, but the relationships you develop with com- munity members will create a vehicle tbr ministry to occur for a long time in the fu ture" Photo:Submitted Top: (Left to Right) Pastor Jeff Johnson, Isak Johnson, Daniel Onstad, Seth Helgeson, Noah Skavhaug, Nick Belmore, and Youth Director Tynan Nelson travelled to Lame Dear, Mont., to participate in a mission trip through the YouthWorks program. 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