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Page 6 THEWALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 20 7 Meals are subject to chanse without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Dailz: Sk/m milk, saiad bar option, whole wheat product.* Thurs- B: French toast sticks, sauce L: turkey noodle soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, fruit Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: French dip, Preach fries, sauce Men- B: muffins, sauce L: pizza, green beans, sauce Tues- B: rolls, sauce L: wraps, sweet potatoes, mac salad, chips, fruit Wed- B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: hot ham & cheese, French fries, saUce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or ves. tray are served daily. Thurs- B: fried eggs, toast L: chicken fajitas w/assorted toppings, chicken flavored rice, fruit cups F.ri- B: caramel rolls L: ham & turkey wraps w/assorted toppings, fresh fruit Men- B: English rolls, assorted cereal L: race boats (hard shell), nachos, assorted toppings, fruit cups :::~ !.:~.. .... Tues- B: pancakes, syrup L: PARK RIVER, N.D. -- On Tuesday, Sept. 12, area youth gathered at Park River Bible Camp for the annual Walsh County Eco Ed Tour event hosted by Walsh County Three Rivers Soil Con- servation District. Sixth grade students from Park River, Fordville-Lankin, Grafton, and Minto were invited to learn about the environment around them. The event featured six stations taught by area experts including: Soils taught by Rita Sveen, Prairie taught by Steve Ashpole and Gwen Sobolik, Woodlands taught by Duane Elness and Joel Hylden, Water Quality taught by Sarah Johnston, Riperian taught by Danelle Gorder, and Wetland taught by Eric Morgan. In addition to the stations, the group had a special presentation on reptiles by James Gerholdt who travels the country with his "Re- markable Reptiles". Gerholdt, from Webster, Minn., worked in zoos for over 25 years. He was one of the first Zoo Keep- ers hired by the Minnesota Zoo- logical Garden in 1977, prior to its opening-m 1978. He worked there until his retirement in 1998. He has written children's books on insects, reptiles, amphibians, snakes, spiders, and birds. Gerholdt has been presenting programs throughout the Twin Cities metro area, as well as out- state Minnesota since 1985, where he uses a v.ariety of artifacts and live reptiles to educate including two turtles, three lizards, and five es, mdents were served a hamburger stroganoff hot lunch of hot dogs and chips, pro- dish, bims, colesla~,frt~,Gt,3i~::;l~~ by Walsh County wed-''''" ':: ' ll rs SCD. " " chicken tortilla soup, assorted Sponsors for the event includ- sandwiches, cheese slices, ed North Star Community Credit crackers, fruit cups Union; Jeanette Bjomstad, DVM, PLLC; Park River Implement, LLC; Walsh County Saddle Club; Dakota Animal Care; Ye Olde Medicine Center; Citizens State Bank; Farmers Union Insurance; First United Bank; and Grafton Drug. MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, pe~ut butter, jelly, and bretuf se~ed with aH meals. XXX RJv x I~tJBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jell~ fruit, salad bar and milk served daily. Thurs- B: breakfast taco L: lasagna, garlic bread, corn Fri- B: cereal, toast L: burgers, chips, carrots Men- B: breakfast on a stick L: shrimp, corn on the cob Tues- B: omelets, toast L: chicken drummies, roasted potatoes Wed- B: cereal, toast L: hot ham & cheese, triangle potatoes VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Fresh vc~gies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entr6e. Thurs- chicken strips, French fries, peas Fri- chicken noodle soup, sandwiches Men- hard shell tacos, black beans Tues- pepperoni and mozzarella breadsticks, marinara sauce, green beans Wed- chicken and gravy, mashed potatoes, corn VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad ba~ fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- hamburgers, French fries, baked beans Fri- rib sandwich, curly fries, cauliflower Men- BBQ'S, chips, peas Tues- hamburger hot dish, bread & butter, cauliflower Wed- chicken fajitas, retried beans VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veggie bar, desserf, peanut butter amd jelly served with all meal& Thurs- WG French toast sticks, sausage patty, yogurt Fri- baked potato bar," cheese, sour cream, chili, broccoli/cheese Men- hamburgers, WG bun, cheese, tomatoes, potato salad ] Tues- chicken, bacon ~., I [ wrap, lettuce, tomatoes, Cheese" l ] Wed- macaroni & cheese, green | T0p: Sdl Con Tech- r an Duane Etaess (smed) and J0a e0 teach the six gradem atthe Park River Bi01e Camp how to plant a oak tree. Bottom Left: James Ge holdt gets a kiss 0n the n0se fr0m 0ne 0f Its kards he br0ught to the Eco program. James 1ravels the c0un'y with his Remarkable ReFeles pro- gram. Bottom Right: Students ex- amine some of the native weeds to this area (fr0nt to bad0 J0rdan John- s0n, Claire 01s0n and Sater- lund. FARGO, N.D. -- The Red River Valley Writing Project at North Dakota State Uni- versity and Plains Art Museum invite students in grades 7-12 to submit original artwork and writing for the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, the nation's longest-muning and most prestigious scholarship and recognition initiative for creative teens. The deadline for submissions is Dec. 14. The competition is accepting submissions from students across the country. The awards have fostered creativity and talent since 1923 for millions of students, and feature a notable ....classified ad will appear 90 North Dakota and weekly newspapers for only newspaper list of alumni including: Andy Warhol, Tru- man Capote, Richard Avedon, Sylvia Hath, Kay WalkingStick, Ken Bums, John Baldessari, Mozelle Thompson, Joyce Carol Oates, Laura Youngbird, Robert Redford and Zac Posen. "We've learned over the years that for many teenagers having their creative work recog- nized while still in school is the impetus they need to be lifelong creators, makers and leaders," said Virginia McEnemey, executive director of the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers. "Encouraging teens to utilize art and writing to express their hopes, dreams and questions about the world has multiple and meaningful benefits. The collective output of these young innovators creates a portrait in time of our American identity and, for the teens, it reinforces the positive habits that come from creative self-expression." In North Dakota, the number of submis- sions has doubled each year since 2014, when the Red River Valley Writing Project at NDSU and Plains Art Museum partnered to serve as the state affiliate. 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