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t HOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2015 Pase 7 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: SMm milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: HB ~'exgs, toast, sauce, turkey gravy, mashed potatoes, carTots, Sauce Fri- B: pancakes, sauce L: chicken burger, French fries raider beans, sauce Mort- B: omelets, toast, sauce L: chicken nu&gets, rotini, pretzels, Sauce Tues- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: taco hot dish, beans, corn, fruit Wed- B: French toast sticks, sauce 1: scalloped potatoes & ham, catTots, dimler rolls, sauce FORDVILLE - LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and &~lad bar or yes. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: fried eggs, toast, juice L: grilled cheese, tomato soup, crackers, fruit sauce Fri- B: breald'ast pizza, juice L: baked potato bar w/assorted toppings, fresh fruit Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: hatnburgers w/assorted toppirkv;s, French fries, t'ruit cups Tues- B: chocolate chip muffins, juice cups L: scallotxzd potatoe~ hath slices, green beans, coleslaw, fruit sauce Wed- B: grilled cheese, juice I= veg. beef soup w/dumplirkqs, ,assorted sandwiches, fruit cups MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, azld bread served with all meals. September NJenu Not Available t-" PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk served daily. Thurs-B: cereal, toast L: chicken burgers, chips, salsa Fri- B: French toast, sausage L: polish sausage, beards l~on- B: cereal, toast L: pizza ~x~ckets, veggie Tues- B: breakfast on a stick L: ham & cheese, rice Wed- B: cereal, toast L: taco in bag w/toppings, corn VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Fresh veggies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- meatballs and gravy, mashed potato, corn, dinner roll Fri- chicken noodle soup, assorted sandwiches, peas R4on- taco in a bag, black [~ms, taco toppings 'l'ues- chicken but~gers, potato variety, cooked carrots Wed- sub sandwich w/toppings, baked lays, peas Your ad goes here! Call 284-63.33 today for rates. VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meaL Thurs- diced chicken mad Gravy, mashed potatoes, dinner roll, corn Fri- hot ham & cheese, baked beans, chips Mort- chicken n~dle hot dish, bread & butter, peas Tues- BBQ's baked beans, assorted chips Wed- tx)rk c~gg rolls, fried rice VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veg.gie bar, dessert, pe~ u t butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- WG sub bun w/ham & turkey, macaroni salad, cookie Fri- cheese pizza, fruit juice bin" Mon- macaroni hot dish, French bread, catTots, Tues- taco salad, cheese, tomatoes, Salsa, sour cream We.t- hamburger patty on WG bar, cheese, tomato slice, baked chips, Italian pasta .I GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- 2015 Potato Bowl Ambassadors Alex Iverson and Rand Opsahl will par- ticipate in Potato Bowl USA activ- ities such as the French Fry Feed, the Potato Bowl Parade and Pota- to Bowl Football Game activities. Each will receive a $1000 scholar- ship for their college education. Alex Iverson is a graduate from Valley-Edinburg High School, Ed- inburg, N.D., with a 3.73 GPA and is a member of the National Hon- or Society and was Student Coun- cil President. He was involved with band, choir, basketball, football, and baseball. He will be attending North Dako- ta State University and pursuing a Major in Computer Engineering. His parents are Dan and Diane Johnson ofHoople, N.D. Rand Opsahl is a graduate of Nonnan County East High School, Twin Valley, Minn., with a 3.89 GPA. She was the Senior Class President and a member of the Na- tional Honor Society and has com- pleted 10 college courses during her junior and senior years of high school. She is involved with softball, where she won the All State Aca- demic Award in 2015 and volley- ball, where she won the All State Acadenfic Award in 2014. She is also a Vacation Bible School vol- unteer teacher as well as a Sunday School substitute teacher. She will be attending the University of North Dakota to work towards a doctorate degree in Physical Ther- apy. Rana's parents are Ross and Rhonda Opsahl of Twin Valley, Minn. i::; ! :, :;{ PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The fourth annual Kelsey's 2.Sgallon jug of Priaxor Courage free-will picnic and silent auction scholarship John Green print fundraiser in memory ofKelsey Mae Misialek will take GoPro HERO4 Session Camera place on Sunday, Sept. 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Ken- Unlimited car washes from Rydell ington Place Event Center on Hwy 17 E, in Park Riv- Jewelry, fleece blankets, toy tractors, interactive er, N.D. teddy bear, and much more!! Event to include hamburgers, various side dishes, The silent auction will begin at 11:30 a.m. chips and the organization's largest silent auction to Donations and silent auction items can still be date! Some of the auction items are: dropped off at Simplot of Grafton or mailed to: 10 bags of Mycogen soybean seed Kelsey's Courage, PO Box 173, Adams, N D 58210. FARGO, N.D. -- Thirty-two 4- er. Our club members can be proud Logan - Cloverbuds, 13 mem- H clubs were recognizedfordemon- that they really have chosen to bers, one year; Dakota Kids, 16 strating their commitment to a pledge their health to better living.' members, three years healthful lifestyle and designated as This was the seventh or eighth McLean - Lakeside 4-H, 34 Healthy North Dakota 4-H Clubs year some clubs were named amembers, three years for 2014-15. Healthy North Dakota 4-H Club. Morton - Good Times Ranch, 27 "This was the best response we This year, each club member re- members, one year; Haycreek Kids, have ever had to this recognition ceived a certificate of recognition 28 members,, one year; Missouri program," says Julie Garden-Robin- *' affd' i's all ljrize. ...... Valley Buncla, 25 members, eight son, North Dakota State Universi- The clubs recognized this year years ty Extension Service food and nu- are by county, number of members Mountrail - Ross Roughriders, trition specialist and Healthy North and number of years they have re- Dakota 4-H Clubs program COOl- ceived the Healthy North Dakota 4- dinator. "The clubs have done out- H Club recognition (an FMC after standing health-promoting activities the club name indicates the club also that extend from their clubs to their participated in the Family Mealtime families and comnmnities." Challenge): The 4-H clubs, withatotalofr09 Barnes - Valley Friends, 20 members, earned the special recog- members, six years, FMC nition for making "Eat Smart. Play Burleigh - Caring Hands, eight Hard." lessons part of their club members, four years; Clover Pow- meetings for the past year. Eleven er 4-H, three members, one year; clubs also earned extra recognition Dynamite Kids, 14 melnbers, two for completing the Family Mealtime years; McKenzie Magnums, 10 Challenge. members, six years; North Stars, 12 "Eat Smart. Play Hard. Togeth- members, two years, FMC; North- er" is a statewide campaign that era- ern Colors, six members, three phasizes the importance of making years healthful food choices, getting reg- Cass - Bennett 4-H, 12 members, tdar exercise and families eating to- three years, FMC; Cass County gether. The NDSU Extension Sere- Crusaders, 10 members, one year, ice and Bison Athletics teamed up FMC; Clover Friends, 22 members, to launch the initiative in 2005. two years, FMC; Dragonflies, 26 "We were excited to plan our ac- members, five years, FMC; Gold- tivities around the Healthy 4-H en Kids, 16 members, one year, Club challenge and found that it was FMC; Harwood Helpers, 19 mem- easier to achieve than expected," bers, five years; Kindred Sand- says Rachael Mayer, leader of the burrs, 29 members, one year; Rain- Flickertail 4-H Club in Mott. "With bow Kids, 13 members, seven Healthy 4-H in mind, many mere- years; Uniters, three members, sev- bers chose projects and demon- en years; Valley Adventures, 17 strations, like making stress balls members, seven years; Wheatland and smoothies, which applied to our Pioneers, 14 members, eight years, goal. FMC "Choosing healthy snacks for Grand Forks - K-KOTS, 24 meetings was a change from the members, one year usual bars or cookies," she adds. Grant - City Slickers, 29 men> "The consensus was that they were bers, four years just as happy to have a healthy treat, Hettinger - Flickertail 4-H, 6 l and they felt better eating healthi- members, one year 15 members, one year, FMC Pembina - Helping Hands, 14 members, three years Ransom - Aliceton, 14 members, ibur years, FMC Rictfland - Lucky Leaf, 38 mem- bers, one year, FMC Sargent - Fornlan Friends, 17 members, one year Clubs are required to incorporate at least one nutrition or fitness ac- tivity into a minimum of six regu- lar meetings during the year to be named a Healthy North Dakota 4- H Club. "Many clubs incorporated healthful snacks as a regular part of their meetings," Garden-Robinson says. "The clubs that also took the Family Meal Challenge tracked the number of times they ate with their families, with the goal of eat- ing together more often. Other clubs helped plant community gar- dens, brought baked goods to com- munity groups or did food drives for local food pantries. "These young people are deft- nitely taking the 'H' for 'Health" in the 4-H emblem to the next level," she notes. 4-H clubs interested in partici- pating in the 2015-16 North Dako- ta Healthy 4-H Clubs program should contact their county Exten- sion office or visit http://tinyurl.com/healthy4-Hclubs for more infommtion. you or your group have a story otell? Were here to help. go.tact The Pre**: SEALED BID FARM LAND AUCTION 320 +/- Acres, Corrine Township, Stutsman County, ND 5E1/4, 27-144-62 & NW1/4, 27-144-62, sold separately Sealed Bids Due Friday September 11, 2015 For auction terms, bid sheet and additional information contact: Joel Fremstad, Fremstad Law Firm 701-478-7620, joel@fremstadlaw.com WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Each of the 104 student dele- North Dakota Senators John Ho- gates will receive a $5,000 un- even and Heidi Heitkamp an- dergraduate college scholarship, in nounced that the United States addition to the all-expenses paid Senate Youth Program (USSYP) trip to the nation's capital. has begun its annual statewide se- The student delegates will vis- lection process and encouraged it Capitol Hill, the White House, North Dakota students to apply, the Pentagon, the State Depart- The two North Dakota stu- ment, the Supreme Court and oth- dents will join 102 other delegates er historic sites in Washington. The March 5-12, 2016 for the pro- gram's 54th annual Washington agenda routinely includes meetings Week. with Senators, the President, Cab- "We encourage North Dakota inet Secretaries, a Justice of the high school students to apply for Supreme Court, senior members of the prestigious U.S. Senate Youth the national media and other pol- Program that takes place each icymakers. year in Washington," the senators The delegate selection is ad- said in a joint statement. "This pro- ministered by each state's chief gram offers two of North Dakota's school officer in cooperation with brightest students the unique up- high school principals. Delegates portunity to represent our state as must be juniors or seniors and they connect with peers from elected student officers for the across the nation to get a firsthand 2015-2016 academic year, and look at our federal government, ex- they must reside in the state where pand their knowledge, and culti- they attend school. Eligibility vate skills that will serve them well considerations may also be made in their future studies and profes- for student representatives elected sional endeavors." The USSYP was created by or selected (by a panel, commis- Senate Resolution 324 in 1962 as sion or board) to district, region- stated in supporting Senate testi- al or state-level civic or educa- mony from that year, "to increase tional organizations where the young Americans' understanding delegate is serving a constituency of the interrelationship of the in a high level position for the en- three branches of government, tire 2015-2016 academic year. the caliber and responsibilities of Names of students selected will federally elected and appointed of- be formally announced mid-De- ficials, and the vital importance of cember. Since application dead- democratic decision making not lines vary by state, interested stu- only for America but lbr people dents in North Dakota should around the world." contact their high school principal Since that time, more than or the state-level selection ad- 5,000 students have participated in ministrator indicated below: this unique leadership program. Ms Patricia A Laubach Each year, the United States Sen- Pro' 'ram Administrator g ate Youth Program brings two Ph t701 328 4525 students from each state, the Dis- , " ;' ;'/., ,- tri t .......... pmuoacn@sna.gov c m otumotaanamet epart- TheUnit " tat S nat 56 th eu ~ es e e on ment of Defense Education Ac- n . ,.7- ..... tivitv to tt ,e.x, n fi m crogram ectre aOuncaraon mat --d --- vvtt~, -'-C:~* ....... an intensive weei ]on ..... the North Dakota selection dead- - g eauca- . . hne October 15, 2015 tional program about the workings : The 2016 program brochure of the Senate and the federal gov- ernmentoverall. USSYPis spun- with detailed rules, selection sored by the Senate and fully process and the annual yearbook funded by The Hearst Foundations may be accessed on the USSYP -- no government funds are uti- website www.ussenateyouth. lized, org. Drayton-Valley-Edinburg sports co-op has various boys and girls basketball coaching positions avail- able for the winter sports season. If you have a background in coaching or basketball and would like an opportunity to work with stu- dents/athletes, please contact Peter Thinglestad in Edinburg at 701-993-8312 or Dean Ralston in Drayton at 701-454-3324. Advertisement for Assistant Manager Northdale Oil in Park River is seeking an Assistant Manager for our convenience store. We are look- ing for a team player who is upbeat, has excellent communication skills, and is hardworking. Wages will depend upon experience. Benefits will be ex- plained at the interview. To apply please pick up an application at the store and return it to: Northdale Oil, 210 Gateway Drive NE, Suite 1, East Grand Forks, MN 56721. Attn: Scott Walker. Advertisement for Convenience Store Workers Northdale Oil in Park River is seeking full-time/part- time sales associates for our convenience store. We are looking for team members that are upbeat and want to work in a fun environment. Wages will depend upon experience. To apply please pick up an application at the store: