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HOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2018 Pase 7 Meals =re subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMO ) * Skim milk, salad bar option, juice~fruit, whole wheat prod- ucts served daily Thurs- B: cereal, fruit L: pork roast, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans dinner rolls, sauce Fri B: biscuit, egg, sausage patty L: mac & cheese hot dish, carrots, dinner rolls Men- B: cereal, sauce L: sp~het- fi w/meat sauce, green beans, garlic toast, sauce Tues- B: oatmeal, toast L: pulled pork, French fries, beans Wed- B: French toast, sauce L: meatballs, mashed potatoes, gravy, squash, bread & sauce FORDVILLE--LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) * Milk & bread, fruit and salad bar or reg. tray served daily Thurs- B: cinnamon rolls, as- sorted cereal L: BBQ meatballs, baked potatoes, green beans, coleslaw, fresh fruit Fri- B: grilled cheese L: hot dogs, potato salad, baked beans, sun chips, fresh fruit Men- B: waffles, syrup L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, fruit cups Tues- B: fried eggs, toast Iz chick- en teriyaki subs w/assorted top- pings, corn chips, fruit sauce Wed- B: breakfast pizza L cream of potato soup, assorted sand- wiches, crackers, cheese slices, fruit cups MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly served with all m eats Thurs- B: chocolate banana bars L: chicken nuggets, baked beans Fri- B: cereal, toast L: ham & cheese sandwiches, chips Men- B: donuts L: riblets on a bun, chips Tues~ B: pancakes L: sub sand- withes, coleslaw Wed- B: fruit parfaits L: chicken hot dish, bun PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) * Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar and milk ~rved daily. Thurs- B: omelets, toast L: chick- en noodle soup, assorted sand- wiches, WG crackers Fri- B: breakfast pizza L: French bread pizza, carrots Men- B: breakfast on a stick, syrup L: chicken burgers, WG tortilla chips, salsa Tues- B: oatmeal, toast L: taco sal- ad, corn Wed-B: biscuits, gravy L: hot ham & cheese, potato triangles VALLEY- F.DINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) * Fresh ve#;jcies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter ~d Jelly sandwiches offered as an alter- .native to the entree. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA Thurs- tacos, refried beans, Fri- sack lunch (pumpkin patch) Men- corn dogs, French fries, baked beans Tues- taco soup, burritos Wed- pancakes, eggs, sausage, orange juice NORTi DAKOTA S'rA+rE UNiYERSIT VALLEY--EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) * Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal Thurs- beef stew, biscuits, man- darin oranges Fri- popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, California med- ley pineapple Men- spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic bread sticks, green beans, peaches Tues- hot ham & cheese, assort- ed chips, baked beans, tropical fruits Wed- * Early Dismissal - meat- balls, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn, pears VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, ve~.gie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals Thurs- Salisbury stroganoff, dinner roll, green beans Fri- chicken burgers, tater rounds Men- ham & cheesy omelet, hash browns Tues- chicken & dumpling soup, crackers Wed- taco in a bag, toppings " ' + + Photos: Submitted Top:The last image is justa photo of 5K participants as the race began. Bottom Left: The second is Jordan Labine having his face painted by Uzet Garza in preparation for the run. Bot- tom Middle: Madelyn Kringstad and Mallory Latozke with their glow face paint by the Juniors. Bottom Right: Under the balloon archway are Tyler Jackson (left) and Dylan Fe an (right). By Allison Olimb Caleb Kartes, and the adult winner was Mariah Hall." event: "We can't say thank you enough for supporting our of The Press The Junior Class made glow-in-the-dark t-shirts for those 5K Glow Run. A big thank you to the Hoople Fire De- HOOPLE, N.D. -- In a unique effort to raise money for who filled out an early registration form. They also offered partment for their help and Kringstads for the music. And the school's spring 2019 prom, the Valley-Edinburgjun- face painting for kids and handed out glow sticks to par- also to all the businesses who sent donations and every- ior class busted out glow sticks, black lights, and a map of ticipants as they registered, one who participated. Thank you!" 3.1 miles of Hoople streets for the Ready, Set, Glow 5K. Those in attendance were thrilled with the community Additional sponsor support came from Hoople Farm- Participants met at the Valley-Edinburg Elementary turn out. People of all ages pulled on their tennis shoes on ers C;rain, Kringstad Ironworks, Safe-T-Pull, Pastorek Con- School on Friday, Sept. 21 for registration at 7 p.m. and the cool,damp evening to join in. stmction, Graflon Drug, Jackson Farms, Duffy's Bar, Joe the race began at 8 p.m right as the sun was setting. "We raised over $3,000," Schulz said. and Kris Sobolik, Hoople Grocery, and Janice Clemenson. "We had a total of 160 participants," said Alisha Schulz credits a couple of Valley-Edinburg parents with Schulz said that there is a possibility that they might re- Schulz, Valley-Edinburg High School English teacher, who helping to make the event a success. "Leigh Kringstad and peat the event in the future. "We have been talking that we helped to organize the event. "Participants could run, jog, Stacey Reilly were the two parents that really did a majority would like to potentially start an annual event -- maybe or walk the fun run - we had a first place medal for a stu- of the planning and work with me." try to come up with a new theme each year to keep it fun dent group and an adult group. The student winner was Valley-Edinburg posted to social media following the and interesting," she said. More than 530Were Eli for UND Summer Commencement g. 3 GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- With more eligible students. The ceremony was held North Dakota State Board of Higher Ed- Crystal -- Selena Hobbs (BSSW Magna than 530 students eligible to cross the stage at the UND Chester Fritz Auditorium. ucation. Cum Laude); Hoople -- Ryne Anderson Friday, Aug. 3, the University of North UND President Mark Kennedy presided Here, by state or country and hometown, (BA), Timothy Brubakken (BA); Minto - Dakota continued a five-year string of Sum- and gave the main address, and Dr. Casey are the area students who were eligible to - Kara Schuster (MSW); Park River -- mer Commencements with more than 500 Ryan brought greetings on behalf of the cross the stage this spring: Nicole Sobolik (BSSW) Area students earn degrees from North Dakota State University FARGO, N.D. -- North Dako- Dakota State University in sum- Ardoch, North Dakota Crystal Jo Lopez, BS, Hospi- ta students included on the at- mer 2018. NDSU awarded 309 *Ashley Jo Slominski, BS, tality and Tourism Mgmt. tached list were among the stu- degrees to students.Area students Radiologic Sciences The list includes their major and dents to graduate from North are listed by hometown. Grafton, North Dakota degree received. An asterisk in- summer 2018 dicates students who graduated with honors. A student must earn a 3.50 grade point average or higher to graduate with honors. is hiring the following positiofis: * )r *FT & PT livers High ivers (must be 16 yrs. old) Must be excellent with small children and de- pendable. These positions require a criminal background check. Please contact Sarah Johnston at 701-361-7438 for more informa- tion. Pay is dependent upon experience. iLS your address c C7-- II II hanging as well? Let us you