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HOOL Pa, e 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I 8, 2017 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Skim milk, salad bar option, juice/fruit, whole wheat products served daily Thurs- ** NO SCHOOL ** Fri- ** NO SCHOOL ** Mort- B: French toast sticks L: taco salad, lettuce, ch~, corn, Spanish rice, sauce Tues- B: cereal L: chicken burger, chips, beans, sauce Wed- B: oatmeal, toast L: hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, dinner rolls~ carrots, sauce FORDVtLLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or ve8. tray are served daily. Thurs- ** NO SCHOOL ** Fri- ** NO SCHOOL ** Mort- B: assorted cereal, toast L: chicken alfredo hot dish, whole grain buns, coleslaw, fruit cups Tues- B: breakfast burrito L: pork roast, mashed potatoes, gravy, glazed carrots, fruit cups. Wed- B: pancakes, syrup L: chili w/toppings, garlic toast, fresh fruit MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINrO) lqruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Thurs- ** NO SCHOOL ** Fri- B: ** NO SCHOOL ** Mort- B: cereal, toast L: chicken dumpling soup, biscuits Tues-B: pancakes L: grilled hamburgers, French fries, green beans Wed- B: breakfast pizza L: baked chicken w/mashed potatoes, dinner roll PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, shn butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar and milk served daily. Thurs- ** NO SCHOOL ** Fri- ** NO SCHOOL ** Mort- B: cereal, toast L: chicken & waffles, syrup q3aes- B: biscuits &gravy L: corn dogs, beans Wed- B: omelets, toast" L: chicken breasts, garlic mashed potatoes VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Fresh veggies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Thurs- ** NO SCHOOL ** Fri- ** NO SCHOOL ** Mon- chicken nuggets, French fries, peas Tues- chicken & gravy, mashed potatoes, corn Wed- chili, dinner roll VALLEY-,EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- ** NO SCHOOL ** Fri- ** NO SCHOOL ** Mon- turkey subs, chips, baked beans Tues- chicken strips, mashed potatoes, gravy, dinner roll Wed- hot ham & cheese, scalloped potatoes, peas VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruiG veggie bar, dessert, peanut butter and jelly served with aH meals. Thurs- ** NO SCHOOL ** Fri- ** NO SCHOOL ** Mon- ham subs on WG bun, lettuce, tomatoes, onions Tues- hamburger hot dish, mixed vegetables, WG roll Wed- taco in a bag, lettuce, tomato, b!ack olives, sour creanl Above: Larry Holler at Safe-T-Pull in Park River discusses the manufacturing business with a group of area seventh grade students. GRAFTON, N.D. More than 220 sev- enth grade students fi'om 12 area schools par- ticipated in the second Pembina-Walsh Man- ufacturing Day (MFG DAY) event on Wednesday, October 4. Each student visited two manufacturing businesses, received a tour and heard personal stories from young am- bassadors who shared their modem perspec- fives on the industry and how they have found great careers in manufacturing. Seven manufacturing businesses within the two counties participated in the MFG DAY events including Enduraplas (Neche), Food First (Walhalla), Marvin Windows and Doors (Grafton), Morgan Printing (Grafton), Motor Coach Industries (Pembina), Safe-T-. Pull/Kringstad Ironworks (Park River), and Woodside Industries (Cavalier). Kay Barker, St. Thomas Public School shared, "I think Manufacturing Day is a wonderful opportunity for seventh grade stu- dents to view manufacturing in progress. The tours provide insight into the complexities of the manufacturing process, especially the tech- nology-driven automation. Another lesson my students took away from the tours was on-the- job training and how many learned their crafts as they worked." According to Dennis Borowicz, HR Gen- eralist/Mgmt, Staff Coordinator, Marvin Win- dows and Doors, "Manufacturing Day is a wonderful opportunity for Marvin Windows and Doors to partner with area schools to showcase what a modem manufacturing fa- cility looks like. It's important for our area youth to understand all the exciting opportu- nities and careers that are available in man- ufacturing. Manufacturing Day allows us to ndow The Pembina County Job Development Authority (PCJDA) and the Walsh County Job Development Authority (WCJDA) worked closely with the School Administrators and North Valley Career and Technology Center to plan the event. Manufacturing is one of the leading employers in both counties, provid- ing over 1,200 jobs. One of the keys to main- taming .population and creating successful busi- nesses is educating young people about the available opportunities in both counties and providing good jobs in towns where they want to live. According to Matt Ford, Cavalier Public School Principal, "Cavalier Public School took part in MFG DAY, and it was a great success. This day benefited students in a variety of ways. Students were able to experience all of the job opportunities out there and it provid- ed them with wonderful information that will benefit them as they begin thinking about what occupation they want to begin striving for. MFG DAY allowed students to get a real live look at all the wonderful variety of jobs avail- able in their own backyard. My students thor- oughly enjoyed this day and it got them ex- cited for their bright futures." The goal of MFG DAY is to help change Photos: Submitted the perception of the manufacttLdng industry Above: Over 220 seventh g. FJe students from 12 schools pa ti'cipat in MEG DAY 2p17. ,, axed insp r ne:W generation workers to pur- One 0fthe parlicipating induded Mamn Windows in Graff0n f0r seventh grade stu- sue a c eer in modem manufacturing, while dents from Manvel, Midway, Valley-Edinburg, and North Border Walhalla! also retaining workforce in our rural com- munities. The JDAs received a grant from Impact Dakota to help offset costs of the event. Im- pact Dakota is North Dakota's Manufactur- ing Extension Partnership offering training and consulting to manufacturing businesses. quell some of those impressions people may have of manufacturing plants from decades ago. The Marvin Windows facility is. recog- nized as an OSHA VPP Star facility, which provides a world class work environment that is safe, clean and organized. The students have an opportunity to see firsthand our work en- vironment and the highly-specialized equip- ment and automation that goes into produc- ing a high-quality window." .... i Reach all of North Dakota Your classified ad will appear in all 90 North Dakota daily and weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or 1--866-685-8889 : for details HELP WANTED MCINTOSH COUNTY IS accepting applications for a Director of Tax Equaliza- tion. Competitive salary/benefits. Applica- tions can be picked up at the Auditor's office or down- loaded at www.mcin- Deadline is Nov. 1, 2017. Send appli- cations to: County Auditor, PO Box 39, Ashley, ND 58413. For information, contact 701-288-5141. EOE. LOOKING FOR AUTO Tech with ASC Certification. Pay depending on experi- ence. Send Resume to: Downtown Gas; PO Box 236; Beulah, ND 58523 or " m AASEBY INDUSTRIAL MACHINING, Wahpeton, ND is seeking Experienced Programmers and Machine Operators to run CNC Lathes. Competitive wages offered. 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