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SEPTEMBER 26, 2012. THE PRESS PAGE 9 + Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS- EDMOm ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) "lmrs- B: cereal, pbj s4mdwiches, juice L: chicken no.xtle soup. assorted sandwiches, crackers, salad, sauce Fri- B: toast, sauce L: taco salad, corn, shredded cheese & lettuce, rice puddilkg w/raisins, fruit ADAMS - EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily:" skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: muffin& gzn grapes L: meatballs, mashed potatoes w/gravy, corn, wh. wheal dinner rolls, greengraw.,.s or salad bar Fri- B: cercd, toast L: soft shelled wit. wheat tacos w/ trimmings, kiwi or chocolate chip cookies or salad bar FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLZ) MJ'lk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: French to&st, syrup, juice l= homemade w-N. txf soup, assorted sandwiches, cheese slices. crackers, fl-uit tuce. v%g.ie tray Fri- B: breakfast burrito, juice L: pepperoni pizza, .,dad bar MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all break-fasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs-B: pancake on a stick, toast, juice, milk I.: taco salad with chips, lettuce, cheese, .salsa, sour cream, beans, fruit cup Fri-B: as,rted muffins, toast, juice, nfilk L: hot ham mid cheese buns, green Lans, veggies, fruit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: cereal, toast, tYuit L: baked potato bar, toppings , salad bar/fruit Fri- B: turnovers or cinn. Roils, ycmt L: French bread pz, raw vetables, and salad bar/fruit Mon-B: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk; Ltmch: Chicken #rips, sweet potato flies, salad bar, fruit Tue-B: Cereal, toast, fruit, milk; 1.lmch:--iMacaroni & l-retwtqot ' dogs,-wTgie, dad bar, fruit Wed-B: Taco to ,go, fruit, milk; lamch: Taco salad, corn, salad bh; fruit VALLEY-EDINBURG SCHOOLS (HoOPLE, CRYSTAL, EDINBURG) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with aH meals. Thurs- lasagna, whole grain breadstick, corn, cauliflower, ranch, Lc'apes Fri-chicken ncx:'dle mp, uncrustables or %-gg salad sandwiches, broc & cukc ranch, strawberries Mon-taco in a bag, romaine lettuce, diced tonlatoes, salsa, black beans, sour cream, cantaloupe Tues- Pride of Dakota, Cloverdale Ham, Red Rivet" Valley Potakxs, roll, steamed carrots, apple Wed- BBQ's, French tries, steamed br-coli, banana King and Queen, ofAdams Edmore crowned Photos: Larry Biri Above: Adams-Edmore Homecoming Royalty for 2012: Front (I-r) Tia Hermanson, Raevyn Pesek (Queen) and Ashtin Freije; back (l-r) Thomas Doe and John Nienhuis (King). Not pictured is king candidate Garrett Pic. Right: Adams- Edmore HomecommgKing and Queen for 2012, Raevyn Pesek and John Nienhuis. Encouraging atmosphere: October is National High School Activities Month INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has designated the month of October as National High School Activities Montli to help schools throughout the nation protnote the values in- herent in high school athletic and performing arts activities. I Started in 1980 as National High School Activities Week, the NFHS expanded the celebration to a month last year to provide ad- ditional time for the 19,000-plus high schools to hold special ac- tivities at the local level. "National High School Activi- ties Month is an opportunity to re- mind the public that already in place in every community is a comprehensive program address- ing society's most current con- cerns," said Elliot Hopkins, NFHS director of sports and education- al services. Hopkins noted that high school activities help meet these issues by: Finding and nurturing the best effort of each young partici- pant; Encouraging students to stay in school, perform better aca- demically and become better cit- izens; Demanding respect tbr lair play and appreciation for the eq- uitable application of procedures, rules and regulations; " Providing healthy litbstyle in- struction; and Challenging racism, sexism and classism through the active pursuit oi' teamwork and school spirit. Four specific-emphasis weeks are planned within the month4. long celebration: National Sports- manship and Fan Appreciation Week (October 1-6), National Per- forming Arts Activities Week (De-' tober 8-13), National Coach- es/Spdnsors/ A dvisors/Offic ials Week (October 15-20) and Na- tional Community Service/Youth Awareness Week (October 22, 27). "High school spons and activ- ity programs provide one of the best bargains in our community and nation and will continue to do so as long as our nation supportg; them as an integral part of the ed-, ucation of our young people," said Bob Gardner, NFFIS execu- tive director. "Not only do these programs teach the more than 1 I million young people who partic ipate in them valuable life skills lessons, such as ethics, integrity and healthy lifestyles, they also provide the best entertainment value in our nation." The NFHS has provided sug- gested activities for schools dur- ing each of the week-long events. All materials tot" National High School Activities Month, includ2i ing The Case tbr High 'School Ac- tivities, are available on the NFHS Web site at www.nths.org (About. NFHS/About Us Resources/20 i 2 National High School ACtivitieS Month Materials) Aggies hot streak brings out super fans Photos: Larry Bid Above: These Aggies S uper Fans made an first aparance at the Aggles match up in St. Thomas when the girls downed the Blue Knights in three. They made another appearance atthe Cavalier game. Center: Park Riw er For_d.ville-Lankin. A gg!es Moro.an Po.rter 9s up for a block against Caw alier. Ine Aggies oexeated me Iornaooes in mree, 25-13, 25-12 and 25-19 in Cavalier,pt. 13. Above: Park River Fordville-Lankin Aggles Sadie Void goes up for a kill shot against North Border. The Aggies-downed the Ea, gles in fo r 25-17, 25-20,17-25 and 25-17 in Park River Sept. 11. NorHiSCAH Statetidde Classifieds COMPUTER/H;;;:::;DCHN,C,AN ex DRBVpERSra'IOOaOF)IuGpNO;o BgNUSHNewe pVOeOr 'gstl:{]0pur's2 Baerdengrn Bds weekly! 2500+ miles, 95% no-tarp. Must be reels, Misc. adapters and equipment, Halo- Canadian eligible. (888)691-5705. gen Bar, lights, radio with sirens, 2- pre-con- Implement I 00tll nect hose bed, 750 Gal. stainless tank. Every- '  REAL ESTATE FOR SALE thing works. $8,800. raysdeeres@live.com . has an immediate job| commensurate with experience. Fireside Office MN (520) 450-0748. opening for an Ag Diesel  Your dasalfled ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only Callyour newspaper "or 1-866.685-8889 for details cellent opportunity w/growing company. Net- work experience required. Microsoft Certifica- tions preferred. Immediate opening. Salary is Solutions, Technology Division, PO Box 2116, Bismarck, ND 58502 or email: jfinneman@firesideos.com \\; HELP WANTED: FULL-TIME Registered Nurse at Wishek Hospital. Flexible 12 hour shifts, days and nights, includes weekends and holidays. Competitive wage and benefit package. For an application and more infor- mation contact Shelly at (701) 452-2326. Or send application letter to Wishek Hospital Clinic Association, PO Box 647, Wishek ND 58495. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. SERVICE TECHNICIANS WANTED! Goose- neck Implement, a John Deere Dealer, is look- ing for Service Technicians. For job descrip- tions and how to apply, visit our website: www.gooseneckimplement.com TIRED OF SPENDING your weekends at work? Join the ACI Team! We are currently looking for a Customer Service Rep. More info at www.agricover.com/employment OTR DRIVER WANTED. Class A, clean driv- ing record. 17 central state operation. Home weekly depending on location. Pay based on experience. Benefits. Call Bill (701) 527-7215. HARVEST HELP WANTED! Immediate Po- tato Harvest Openings. Harvester and Roto- beater Operators Needed for October Beet Harvest. Camper Hookups Available. Emanuelson Family Farms, Drayton, ND. (701) 454-6122. HARVEST HELP NEEDED! Immediate need: SEMI DRIVERS for Fall Harvest. CDL pre-' ferred, not required. Camper Hookups Avail- able. Emanuelson Family Farms, Drayton, ND. (701 ) 454-6122. 5 CUSTOM HOUSES: 7TH Ave. NW, Watford City, ND. 4 Bedroom, 3Y2 Bath, Custom Fin- ishes, 2,900 Square Feet. Main Floor Master, Two Car Garages. $365,000. Call (307) 272- 0003. GLENDIVE, MT: 40 space Mobile/RV Park. Projected $125,000 NET income for 2012. City water & sewer; All season water; Coin Laundry $1,050,000; 406-253-0451. michaelb@mon- tanasky.net WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experienced Family Owned Oil Pro- duction & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Mon- etize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs- sets@qwestoffice.net, (877) 754-3111. MODULAR/MANUFACTuRED HOMES FOR SALE MODULAR & MANUFACTURED Homes F/S. Brand New, Starting at $33,410. Single family, work force housing, motels, Delivered/set up. Free Brochure/floor plans. (877) 590-4591, www.coloradofactorymodulars.com BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING BUY LOCAL. Fall Specials. Turn Key Available. 50'x60', 70'x90', 90'x140', 140')200'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call Wane (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741-9262. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE PORTABLE 2 PIECE COFFEE Kiosk/cart with Lacimbali M30 2 group commercial espresso machine, $3950. Delivery possible. Call/email Jeff for details/pictures. (701) 371-3288, jtrnka@abmnow.com FIRE TRUCK 1975 GMC, Diesel, Air Brakes, LOOKING FOR THE most complete listing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223-6397, ND Newspaper Association. ANNOUNCEMENTS REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS for financial audit and review of compliance of the Red River Corridor Fund LLC from October 1,2012, through March 31, 2017. The Board of the Carrington SSBCI Consortium is requesting proposals from qualified individuals and firms to perform the financial audit of the Red River Corridor Fund and related municipal depository account and review the compliance of RRCF with the requirements of the SSBCI program approved by the U.S. Department of Treasury for the City of Carrington and cooperating cities as described in the Allocation Agreement be- tween Treasury and the Participants. Only CPA's licensed in ND or firms assigning CPA's to the tasks will be considered. Descdptions of RRCF, the tasks, instructions for proposals, ba- sis of selection and other terms and condi- tions are available upon request. RFP's will be accepted until Wednesday, September 26, 2012, at City Hall in Carrington. Mail to PO Box 501, Carrington, ND 58421-0501 or email to dfrye@daktel.com. For more information con- tact Ryan Aasheim at 701-499-6980 or Don Frye at 701-541-3516. MISCELLANEOUS GET COMPLETE COVERAGE in every North Dakota newspaper with your 25-word classified ad for only $150. Contact this newspaper for details. HAVE A NEWS release or other informatiOn that needs to reach all ND newspapers? ND Newspaper Association can help! One call does it all. (701) 223-6397. Mechanic. Experience 3referred but will train the right person. A good ag background and being a self motivated person is ust as important as ex- 9erience. We have a rlodern shop with over- head cranes and the lat- est in technology and testing equipment. Ben- efits include: 401k pack- age, health insurance, uniforms furnished and laundered, vacation and sick leave (13 days the first year), tool allowance, and signing bonus for ex- 9erienced technician. Call Terry Pilon or Brian Hanson at (701) 352-3600 or watts #800-279-3083 I I -- -- I Y0,,,.f0,00ppy00p00 I W00C0111100l00fll003]3 ,]