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PAGE 8 THE PRESS OCTOBER 2, 2013 l Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School Thur. Oct- 3 [ - wed., Oct. i ::::. Meals ate subJect .' to change without notice ,\ EDMORE PUBLIC ~,~HOOLS ~|~ .. (EDMORE)" : . |'5""SOt'red Daily: Skim milk, salad ] ;~option, wholewl~eat ! ~,~ q, products | Thurs"~:~' ~,ench toast, sauce L" z- I hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: pizza, green beans, sauce Mon- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: chicken hot dish, carrots, dinner rolls, sauce Tues B: cinnamon rolls, sauce L: BBQ's, French fries, cheese, pickles, beans, fruit Wed- B: toast, cheese hash brown, eggs, sauce L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers, sauce FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: breakfast burritos, juice L: grilled cheese sandwich, corn, veg. bar, tater tots, fruit Fri- B: cinnamon roll, sauce cups L: pizza potato hot dish, salad bar, dinner rolls, fruit sauce Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast, juice L: BBQ's, potato salad, chips, cheese slices, pickles, veg. try, fruit cups Tues- B: blueberry muffins, juice L: country fried chicken patty, mashed potatoes w/country gravy, glazed carrots, veg. tray, fruit sauce Wed- B: French toast, juice L: vegetable beef soup w/dumplings, assorted sandwiches, crackers, cheese slices, carrot and celery stix, fresh fruit MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs- B: scrambled eggs, potato rounds, fruit L: taco in a bag Fri- B: muffins, yogurt L: pigs in a blanket, baked beans Monm ,B: .~egg ~Muffin chicken noodle and chicken tortilla soup, sandwiches Tues- B: cinnamon rolls L: BBQ chicken sandwich, macaroni salad Wed- B: French toast with syrup L: beefy Mac & cheese PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit and salad bar are served daily. Thurs- B: cereal, toast, fruit L: BBQ's, baked chips Fri- B: breakfast bagels, fruit L: pepperoni pizza, carrotinis Mon- B: frittatas, toast, fruit L: taco salad, fritos, corn Tues- B: breakfast taco, fruit L: subs, baked chips Wed- B: cereal, toast, fruitL: hamburger hot dish, wheat bun, green beans VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Fresh v~gics (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meM. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- grilled cheese sandwich, corn, tater tots Fri- BBQ's, baked chips,, green beans Mon- corn dogs, baked beans, green beans Tues- sub sandwiches, green beans, baked lays Wed- spaghetti, peas, WGR breadsfick VALLEY- EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- popcorn chicken, baked beans, potato wedges Fri- cheese breadstick, green beans, marinara sauce Mon- lasagna, garlic toast, peas Tues- jam & turkey subs, baked beans Wed- chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn VALLEY~EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, ve~.gie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Thurs- hot ham & cheese on WGR roll, pioneer beans Fri- baked potato, teriyaki chicken, coleslaw, WGR roll Mort- biscuits w/sausage, egg, cheese, ccx:~kie Tues- corndogs, potato variety, spinach salad Wed- chicken burger, WGR bun, assorted chips, macaroni salad Photos: Above: 2013 Midway Homecoming Royalty. Princess Leah Mehling (Front Queen Rachel Dickson, King Benjamin Schanilec and Prince, Bryce Boe, Back (L-R) Sydney Dale, Madison Hulst, Ryan Thorvilson and Dalton Irwin. Left: Midway Homecoming King Benjamin Schanilec and Queen Rachel Dick- son. Larry Biri The simple act By Aaron Sehramm On September 25th, students around the country gathered around their school flag pole as part of "See You at the Pole" to pray for their schools. Our own students gathered around the Park River Area School flag pole last Wednesday evening to pray for our school. This was part of a larger effort called the Global Week of Student Prayer. Students were encouraged to gather to- gether to pray for each other, their school, their city, and their nation. This simple act - praying for their schools, city, or nation- may go unnoticed in many communi- ties, but it should not be over- looked. Our natural tendency is to pray when there are desperate times such as illness, disasters, or devastating events. We will also often pray for our families - for safety, blessings, or successes. However, we often overlook the place where parents send their prized possessions for the bulk of the day - schools. Parents send their kids to schools and trust schools to keep their kids safe, ed- ucate them, and help nurture them. I have told people before that schools are the most exciting places to work in any communi- ty. There is no other place that contains this much energy on a daily basis. With all of this ener- gy, the school environment can provide kids with some of the most diverse experiences they will ever have - some positive and some negative. As energetic as a school environment can be, stu- dents today still face many chal- lenges - for some it is learning, for others it's relating to others, man- aging their personal lives, or even dealing with things beyond their control. Each of these can man- ifest themselves in a variety of ways - illness, frustration, lack of sleep, attendance issues, family conflict, or personal trials. There is very little doubt that students need our prayers today as much as ever. In addition, our teachers, sup- port staff, and administration in- teract with hundreds of students every day. They are asked to ed- ucate, protect, and nurture the students they come in contact with regardless of who walks in their classroom door or what that individual may be going through. As schools attempt to help chil- dren face their challenges, they are also working to help students to learn to read, write, solve prob- lems, and think critically and then they are held accountable for these. These pressures can be..very daunting at times. There is little doubt that the people who work in our schools on a daily basis also need our prayers I would challenge you to con- sider praying for our school and area schools. I would encourage you to pray for our students to strive to do their best in all areas of their lives, pray for them to treat their peers with dignity and re- spect, and pray for them to seek positive solutions when faced with challenges. I would encourage you to pray for our teachers, support staff, ad- ministration, and school board. Pray that they would be able to see the special gifts that each child possesses and find ways to bring those gifts out, pray that they would have strength when faced with heavy workloads, and pray that they would have the wisdom and patience to work with every child that walks into our building. Prayer is a simple act that can have immeasurable benefits. As a community that puts a high value on education, this simple act can be a great way to contribute to your school. Editor's Note: Schramm is the High School Principal and Ath- letic Director for Park River Area Schools. WFLA Kosobud Lodge to give bikes away at Walsh Coutnty Fair PARK RIVER, N.D. -- WFLA 18 will be from 1PM-4PM, with a Kosobud Lodge of Lankin will drawing at 4PM. Winner must be again be giving away a girls and a boys bicycle, at the Walsh County present to win. Fair in Park River. Ages are 15 years of age and un- Registration on Friday, October der for registration. $10,000 and c3~olA '99 Ford Contour 4 dr. auto, gray, 132,120 mi ...... 52,900 x1838B '02 Mercury Sable 4 dr,, auto, black, 208,045 mi .... 53,900 X1876B '95 Cadillac Oeville 4 dr., auto. red, 1!6.668 mi .... $4,900 I B3003D 99 Grand Am 4 dr., auto, white. 78,725 mi ......... 54,900 G3071B '05 Yamaha XVS650 auto, 3,000 mi .............. $4~,900 G2~090 '04 Pontiac Bonneville 4 dr.. auto. 137,473 mi ..... $5,900 C31065 '03 Grand Am 4 dr auto, gray, 103.373 mi ......... S5,900 X1917B '04 Panlial Sunlire 2 dr_a/o, white. 107,860 mi... S~,900 / X1933 '03 GMC Sierra 3500 2 dy, auto, white, 45,424 mi ..... $6,900 x 9olc '06 Dodge Durango/d , auto. maroon, 137,236 mi..56,900 X1932A'02 Jeep Liberty 4 ~r_ auto. silver 102 641 mi . $7,900 C3081A '00 Chevy C3500/2 dr, auto, white 80.241 mi ...... $7,900 X1937A '07 Chew Monte Carlo 2 dr.. white,137.500 mi ..... $8r900 x30~GA '03 Nissan/Altima auto. maroon 96956 mi ......... S8,900 x1915 '05 Chew Impala 4 dr., auto white 134,t23 mi ...... 58,900 C3072A'05 Chew Equinox 4 dr,, auto, red, 135,000 rni ..... S9,500 c2 36B '06 Chew Cobalt 4 dr,. auto, white 63,534 mi ...... $9,900 x187; '04 Chew Silverado Et auto white, 214 OO0 mi .... $9,900 No reasonable offer will be refused. G3081A 2000 Chew C3500 White. 80,241 miles ............. 510,900 X1941 2004 Chew Silverado 1500 Red. V8, 26,960 miles ..... 59,000 X187t 2004 Chew Silverado 2500HD White 214,000 miles., .59,900 G3109B 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 White, 56,000 miles .......... S11,900 X1731A 2006 GMC Envoy White, 91,611 miles ............... S] 2,900 G3038A 2009 Chevy Silverado 1500 White, 45,600 miles ..... 515,900 G3048A 2009 Chew Silverado 1S00 Pewter, 82.130 miles .... 516,900 xt83o 2009 Dodge Ram 2500 Silver, 71,808 miles .......... $| 7,900 G3061A 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 Red, 86,950 miles ........... 518,900 C3029A 2007 Ford F! 50 Silver, 48,050 miles ................. 519,900 Xt934 2010 CheW Colorado Maroon, 39,372 miles ......... $20,900 G3117A 2011 Chew Silverado 1500 Silver, 45,200 miles ...... 522,900 G3073A 2010 Chew Silverado 1500 Silver, 71 400 miles ...... 523,900 C2109A 2008 Chew Tahoe Blue Granite, 50,695 miles ........ $24,900 C4000A 2011 Chew Silverado 1500 Black, 77,811 miles ...... 524,900 G3095A 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 Green, 35,314 miles ........ $24,900 G3075A 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 Blue Granite, 44,100 miles ..... 525,900 G3118A 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Black, 15,600 miles .......... 526,900 C3074A 2012 Chew Silverado 1500 Gray, 12,050 miles ...... $27,900 G2083A 201 ! Chew Silverade 1500 steel Grey. 25.400 ...... $28,900 G3069A 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Mocha, 20,244 miles ......... $28,900 G30 A 201 ! GMC Sierra 3500 White, 45,123 miles .......... $31,900 C3044A 2010 Chew Avalanche Sheer Silver, 37,527 ......... $32,900 82039A 2011 Buick Enclave Gold Mist, 40,748 miles .......... $32,900 G3060A 201 i GMC Sierra 1500 white. 32,997 miles .......... $34,000 G4006A 2011 Chew Avalanche Red, 21,900 miles .......... $34,900 c3o86A 2011 6MC Sierra 2500HD Gray, 37,753 miles ....... $34,900 C3056A 2010 Chew Avalanche white, 24,2oo miles .......... $36,900 G3081A 201 i GMC Sierra 2500HD White, 49,006 miles ...... $40,900 G3033A 2012 Chevy Avalanche 9,40o miles ............... $42,900 C3049A 2012 Chew Avalance white Diamond, 23,889 miles .... $42,900 C3114A 2012 GMC Sierra 2500HD Black, 2O,/23 miles ....... $48,900 C3088A 2013 Ford F350 Super Duty Silver, 21,o51 miles ...... $52,900 If You Can't Find What You're Looking For.. WE'LL FIND IT FOR YOU!! 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