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OCTOBER 9, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 5 E..lf ,lr ,-rrrnTT(  __"_!_.l P:-!GE 1 Photos: Larry Biri Top: Bementary Principal Andrew Andrew Currie; Valery Gullickson, elen tary phy,ed,teacher; Tami Rostvet, lementary secreta;and,  Elementary Cook Betty Crowder display the plaque VaUey-Edinburg School earned for getting the silver award in the HealtherUS Chal- lenge. Top Left: First grader Kayden Rose hula hoops while partic- ipating in physical activities with his class. Bottom Right: (LtoR) Kinder- garteners Frankie Duff and Jack Langerud proudly display the treats they got as a part of the school's celebration for earning the HealtherUS Challenge award. Bottom Left: Valley-Edinburg Ele- mentary Cook Betty Crowder is all smiles as she listens to Andy Cur- rie announce the award to the students. Cuttle said that what they were looking for is promoting five be- havlors:. . eatlng, a varlet00 of foods; mcreasmg fruits, vegetables, and gralns;, promotln,, g.,Iow-fat, foods;, m- creastng catctum rtcn xooos; ana in- creasing physical activities." Elementary Principal Andrew Andrew Currie held an assembly of the students to explain the hon- or. He held up the plaque from Michelle Obama asking the stu- dents if they knew who she was. Hands of students eager to an- swer shot up. Currie explained that the chal- lenge to schools to promote nu- tritious eating habits and increased physical activity because one in three children in the country are obese or unhealthy. Started in 2004, the voluntary certification was created to rec- ogniZe schools participating in the National School Lunch Pro- gram. In 2010, Mrs. Obama in- troduced the Let's Move program and incorporated the challenge into the campaign as a way to raise a healthier generation of kids. According to the USDA website, it was at that time that monetary in- centive awards became available for each HUSSC award level, which includes bronze, silver, gold, and gold award of distinc- tion. As of Sept. 18, 2013, 6,560 schools had been certified in 49 states and the District of Colum- bia. Tami Rostvet, elementary sec- retary; Valery Gullickson, ele- mentary phy-ed teacher; and Crowder worked to make the award possible. Crowder explained that they participated in the challenge the year before schools were asked to change their standards to serve stricter nutritional guidelines. She said that by going through the chal- lenge, it prepared her for the new guidelines and made the transition easier for both the staff and the stu- dents. Crowdersaid that She credits the teachers for helping to en- courage the students to try new foods. She recently served brussel sprouts to the school of nearly 80 students and though there were about 10 who said they liked them, there were many who prob- ably never would have tried them otherwise. Currie told the students that they want to "make sure that you guys are not in the one in three." In addition to offering healthy snacks thanks to a grant and changing the menu to increase fruits and vegetables at mealtime and switch to whole grains, the school also is promoting an in- crease in physical activity. Gul- lickson asked the students how many minutes of physical activi- ty they should do each day. Hands shot up. After a few guesses, one student got the an- swer: one hour or 60 minutes. Rostvet wrote the paperwork for the award, which she said she had to send to the state and make several revisions on before they fi- nally had enough information to send to the national level. They sent lunch menus, listing the fruit and vegetables provided to the stu- dents, clocked the minutes that the students participated in phys-ed and recess, and they included in- formation about healthy habits that the teachers promote in the classroom. Currie said that what they were looking for is promoting five be- haviors: eating a variety of foods; increasing fruits, vegetables, and grains; promoting low-fat foods; increasing calcium rich foods; and increasing physical activi- ties. Of those, he said to the students, a large part of the focus is nutri- tional habits. "That tells you how important food choices are," he said. They spent the rest of the af- ternoon participating in fun ac- tivities with Gullickson before having an apple snack and watch- ing a video ofBiU Nye the Science Guy about digestion. "Remember when you're doing these fun activities, there's a rea- son we can and it is because of awards like this," Currie said adding that the students should all thank Betty, Tami, and Val for their part in the award because they didn't do it for themselves. "They did this for you." Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota dally and weekly newspapers for only 0011 your newspaper :or 1466-685.8889 Ii fordetails HELP WANTED WELLS COUNTY SEEKING a Sheriff to fill unexpired term of Sheriff Curtis Pellett, wherein said individual will need to run for the unexpired term in 2014 Primary and General Elections. Must be familiar with North Dakota Cen- tury Codes regarding law en- forcement. Must be a resident of Wells County 30 days prior to starting. Resumes must be re- ceived in Wells County Auditor's Office by October 28, 2013. Re- sumes accepted at Auditor's Of- fice in Wells County Courthouse or mail to 700 Railway St N #37; Fes- senden, ND 58438. CASSELTON, ND, AMBULANCE Service is accepting applications for several full time Paramedic po- sitions. Applicants must possess a current NREMT-P card and valid drivers license. Competitive salary based on a minimum of 3 years experience. Email ken@cassel- ton.net for application or for more questions. All applications kept in strict confidentiality. AGRONOMY LOCATION MAN- AGER. Large cooperative in NW North Dakota with agronomy sales at location over $10 million. New Chemical warehouse, new appli- cation equipment. Excellent ben- efit package, very competitive. salary is DOE with very generous incentive program, Housing avail- able. Please send resume to John Salvevold, Horizon Resources, 317 2nd St W, Williston ND 58801 or call (701) 572-8354 for more information. THE KELLOGG COMPANY has Part-Time Merchandiser positions in: Tioga, Stanley, and Williston with a pay rate of $14-$15/hour. Send resumes to susan.nel- son@kellogg.com. FULL-TIME SALES Agronomist and Custom Applicator positions open at FU Oil, Kenmare, ND. Growing company with newer equipment and fertilizer plants. Ex- cellent salary, 401K, BC\\;BS, va- cation, acreage bonus. Call Scott, (701) 848-6172. emaih fuoilken- mare@hotmail.com H & H ELECTRIC, Inc. a local es- tablished electrical company in Williston, ND is seeking Journey- men and Experienced Apprentice Electricians. Oil & gas industry ex- perience a plus! Competitive pay and benefits. (701) 774-1001. PLmfg OF COOPERSTOWN now hiring Full-time CNC Machinists. No experience: starting wage $12.00/hour. With experience: starting wage depends on experi- ence. (701) 797-2881. Nice bene- fit package, clean air-conditioned shop, great community! STEELE COUNTY HIGHWAY De- partment is hiring a fulltime back- hoe / plow truck operator. Class A CDL Required. Welding and me- chanical skills a plus. Email re- sume or pick up application. Ste- elecohighway@mlgc.com. EEOE. TRANSYSTEMS IS NOW hiring CDL holders & loader operators in ID, ND, MT, WY, MN. Housing available. Seasonal & Year round. Local line hauls. Great pay, bonus and benefits. Apply www.transys- temsllc.com. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WANTED TO BUY Insurance Agency with MPCI/CROP HAIL Lines. All replies confidential. Please reply to BB-450, c/o NDNA, 1435 Interstate Loop, Bis- marck, ND 58503. REAL ESTATE WANTED FISHER SAND & GRAVEL CO. is currently seeking sand/gravel and scoria leases in ND, SD, WY and MT. Contact Jesse (701) 456- 9184, (800) 932-8740 or jbetten- court@fisherind.com. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE QUIET & BEAUTIFUL 10 acres, close to Watford City. $200,000.00. Call (701) 842-2093 or (701) 770-2310. NORTH DAKOTA FARMLAND values are at all time highs! Con- tact Kevin Pifer (701) 238-5810 (kpifer@pifers.com) for Free Farmland Valuation Land Auctions & Farmland Management Serv- ices. www.pifers.com WANTED: MINERAL INTER- ESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experi- enced Family Owned Oil Produc- tion & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs- sets@qwestoffice.net, (877) 754- 3111. ROOMS FOR RENT ROOM FOR RENT in Stanley, $800 per month. (530) 518-4680. HOMES FOR SALE WILLISTON HOME FOR Sale. To- tal square feet 2,352, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, A/C, two car insulated de- tached, garage, open floor plan, $299,0'00. Call for showing (406) 656-5638. MCVlLLE, ND. TWO bedroom ranch, 2 baths, appliances, full finished basement, electric heat. Large double garage, corner lot, steel siding, new metal roof. $70,000. (701) 270-9584. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 56 FOOT MOBILE skid unit - like new - 2 bedroom 2 bath, fur- nished kitchen and living room. make a offer, contact Dan at (605) 336-2111. BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING, BUY LOCAL. Build This Year! Turn Key Avail- able. 40'x80', 70'x100', 80'x180', 120'x200'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Call Wane (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741-9262. RV'SICAMPERSI FOR SALE 2008 36' LUXURY By Designs travel trailer, fully self contained, 2 slideouts, NC, washer & dryer, loaded, like new, non-smokers, no pets, $15,900 orOBO. Minot, ND, call (954) 483-1322. 1984 COACHMAN 32', 12 VDC OR 110 VAC , NC, FURNACE, WINTER CAPABILITY, GAS RANGE & HEAT, BUMPER HITCH, W/LOAD LEVELER, $4,500 OR OBO, (218) 874-2235. 2007 37.5' DAMON ASTORIA Mo- torhome, 4,000 original miles, Pristine Condition, Diesel Pusher, 3 slide outs, loaded, $122,000 or OBO, will deliver, call (360) 751- 7784 or (360) 751-5903. HEAVY EQUIPMENT FOR SALE CAT EQUIPMENT, 613 B Scraper, D-5N Dozer, 320 CL Excavator, 1985 KW 4000 Gal Water Truck, IT 28 Loader all located in ND. Also A 365BL Excavator. (503) 559-3186. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Looking for the most complete list- ing of ND Media? ND Media Guide. Only $25! Call (701) 223- 6397, ND NewspaperAssociation. A 25-WORD AD costs only $150. Runs in every North Dakota news- paper. What a deal! Contact your newspaper to place your ad. AUCTIONS BAR AND RESTAURANT AUC- TION: October 19, 10am at the VFW, 1326 E. Broadway, Bis- marck, ND. Equipment, fixtures, miscellaneous, www.northsta- rauction.com or call (701) 527- 5353 after 5pm. LAND AUCTIONS OCTOBER 30, PEMBINA County, ND Land Auction, 12:00noon, The Cedar Inn, Cavalier, ND, Out- standing Red River Valley Crop- land NE of Cavalier, ND. Contact Amy Nikolaisen, Can-Do Auction & Real Estate, (877) 812-4305, www.candoaucUons.com LAND AUCTIONS: 7 Auctions-2 Days-8,000 Acres. Grassland, Hayland, Cropland. Pifer's 8th An- nual Western Dakota Land Auc- tion on Oct. 17 & 18. contact Andy Mrnak w/Pifer's Auction and Re- alty: (701 ) 523-7366 or www.pifers.com LAND AUCTION: Golden Valley County, ND and Wibaux County, MT on Wednesday, October 23, 2013. 6,600+ contiguous deeded Acre Working Ranch. Grass and Hay Land. Good Access and Wa- ter. More Info Contact: Pifer's Auction and Realty (877) 700- 4099 or www.pifers.com LAND AUCTION: 3,700+ contigu- ous acres in Bowman County, ND on Friday, November 8, 2013. Ex- cellent Cropland and Grass. Con- tact Andy Mmak or Jim Sabe at Pifer's Auctioneers: (701) 523- 7366 or www.pifers.com ANNOUNCEMENTS/ PERSONALS PELVICCI'RANSVAGINAL MESH? Did you undergo transvaginal placement of mesh for pelvic or- gan prolapse or stress urinary in- continence between 2005 and the present? If the mesh caused com- plications, you may be entitled to compensation. Call Charles H. Johnson Law and speak with fe- male staff members (800) 535- 5727. MISCELLANEOUS WE MAKE IT easy to place an ad in one or all 90 North Dakota newspapers. One order, one bill, one check. We provide the ad de- sign and tearsheets. Call the North Dakota Newspaper Association, (701) 223-6397.