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NOVEMBER 3, 2010 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur. Nov. 4" Wed. Nov. lO Meals arc subject to change without notice ADAMS~EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) NOV 4 B: Cereal, PBJ L: Chicken noodle soup, sandwiches, carrots NOV 5 NO SCHOOL NOV 8 13: Cereal, PBJ L: Pizza, green beans, applesauce NOV 9 B: Toast, sauce L: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy NOV 10 B: Cinnamon toast L: Tomato soup, grilled cheese, crackers ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) NOV 4 B: Pancakes, fruit cups L: Turkey noodle soup, sandwiches NOV 5 NO SCHOOL NOV 8 13: Cereal L: Soft-shelled tacos, baby carrots, ice cream bars NOV 9 B: Caramel rolls, apple slices L: Chicken pot pie, salad NOV 10 B: Cereal, toast L: Pork roast, dumplings, green beans FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. NOV 4 13: French toast L: Hot ham n cheese, pasta alfredo NOV 5 13: Raised donuts L: Chicken fajitas w/toppings NOV 8 B~Cereal L: Tator tot hotdish, buns, veg tray, fruit sauce NOV 9 13: Pancakes L: Fishburgers, French fries NOV 10B: Fried eggs, hashbrowns L: Chicken tortilla soup, sandwiches MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. NOV 4 13: Cinnamon rolls, toast L: Tator tot hotdish, veggies, fruit cup NOV D B: French toast, toast L: BBQs, baked beans, fruif cup NOV 8 B: Egg patties, toast L: Hot dogs on bun, baked beans NOV 9 B: Cereal L: Chicken nuggets, corn, fruit cup NOV 10 B: French toast L: Hot ham n cheese, veggies PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk ~ bread arc served daily. Meals arc subject to change. NOV 4 B: Scrambled eggs L: Mac hotdish, peas, muffin NOV 5 B: Cereal L: Chicken strips, pasta salad NOV 8 B: Oatmeal L: Hot b ,,~1 n cheese, rice/r~ineapple NOV 9 B: Biscuits/gravy L: Meatballs, baked potatoes, peas/carrots NOV 10 B: Breakfast pizza L: Chicken burgers, chips/salsa VALLEY-EDINBURG K-4 (HooeLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. NOV 4 L: Meatballs & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Lettuce Salad NOV 5 L: Cheese Pizza, Vegetable, Lettuce Salad NOV 8 L: BBQs, French Fries, Lettuce Salad NOV 9 L: Sub Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Lettuce Salad NOV 10 L: Taco in a Bag, Salsa, Refried Beans VALLEY~EDINBURG 5-8 (CRYSTAL) NOV VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Milk, bread and peanut butter are served with every meal. NOV 4: Chicken burgers, macaroni salad with salad bar, fruit NOV 5: Hotdogs~ tater tots, salad bar, fruit, sugar cookie NOV 8: Spaghetti with meat sauce, garlic toast, salad bar and fruit NOV 9: Pork roast, mashed potatoes, gravy, green bean casserole, jell(? with bananas NOV 10: French bread Pizza, salad bar, juice cup, chocolate cookie ]P'lt,atgihntg lillea g"rttu Pop Warner Football isn't just for boys By Terra Linn of The Press LANGDON, N.D. Can Girls play football? According to Barb Crockett of Langdon, when her daughter Arynn was in the second grade she had that very question for Langdon Superintendent Rich Rodgers. She wanted to know if girls could play football. Rodgers told her yes, girls can play foot- ball. Crockett said her daughter's response to that was, "Good be- cause if not I'd have to change that." Arynn, the daughter of Tom and Barb Crockett, is now a fifth grader at St. Alphonsus Catholic School in Langdon and she just finished her first year of Pop Warner Football. Pop Warner Football gives younger boys and girls, grades 4 to 6 the opportunity to learn and play the game of football against other communities. Park River, Langdon; Larimore, Grafton, Cavalier and Walhalla were the teams that were participating this year in the area. According to Crockett, the Langdon football coach Andy DeLaBarre started having foot- ball camps for the younger kids in his first year of coaching. Arynn of course participated in these camps to learn about the game of football and loved it. Arynn's number out on the field is 15, the same number of her older brother Dylan Crockett, a senior, who plays for the Langdon Cardinals. According to Crockett, the first time that Arynn got to tackle she said that Arynn's response to that was "That felt so good and was so fun." Crockett said that Arynn also plays basketball and was partici- pating in both sports at the same time. "There was a lot of running back and forth to different prac- tices," said Crockett. "She was leaving one practice and chang- ing in the car for the next." Arynn already is looking to the future and plans on playing football next year. Her friends were very excited and backed her 100 percent. Arynns teammates on the football team also were very accepting and treated her just as they would each other her being a girl made no difference to them. So yes, girls can play football. School News Spotlight First quarter honor roll Seniors Lucas Kratochvil "A" .Chance Mack Amanda Boe Tiffany Retzlaff Mary Bylin Freshman Courtney Drevecky "A" Shirley Horn Nicole Bylin Breanna Rose Karlee Linstad "B" Shelby Lorenze Brandon Hoime "B" James Nienhuis Jacob Johanson Brandon Thomas Juniors Patricia Mack "A" 8th Grade "A" Megan Agotness William Bata Jacob Bredeson Gabrielle Damschen Candra Kalhagen Dwight Fiekert -- Kaden Martinson Katerina Hoime Miranda Martinson Holli Lee Kelsey Misialek BreAnna Misialek Jaedyn Pesek Brady Pesek "B" Garrett Skorheim Denver Dvorak "B" Cassidy Erickson Nicole Schonauer Fallyn Freije Jr. Shipley Tim Hodek Brendan Wentz Robb Kuchar Sophomores 7th Grade "A" "A" Breiann Feast Diana Bata Ashtin Freijie Madysen Kouba Tia Hermanson John Nienhuis Akexandra Rose Raevyn Pesek Lauren Sampson Garrett Pie "B" Mary Skjervheim Alec Minello "B" Ashtyn Pesek Thomas Boe Holly Quaal Nikki Fickert Jonathan Skjervheim (.ocal student performs in lamestowu College musie, al JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Jamestown College student Rebecca O'Toole of Crystal per- formed in the Jamestown College Theatre production of the 1980's rock musical "Chess," Oct. 28-30 in the Reiland Fine Arts Center's DeNault Auditorium. O'Toole was in the ensemble. Set in the Cold War environ- ment of the 1980s, an American chess star and his Russian oppo- nent square off in a world championship filled with politi- cal intrigue. The American's assistant falls in love with the Russian who then defects, set- ting off more conspiracy and deceit. Songs include "Nobody's Side," "One Night in Bangkok," and "Someone Else's Story." Presenting... Find out what "Melody Bober Day" is all about 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, November 20. Meet the Composer and listen to piano students from the Upper Valley area play her compositions at the Grafton High School. This event is being made possible by Upper Valley Music Melody Bober Day Teachers Association, a matching grant re- ceived from Music Teachers National Association, a dona- tion from Park River Commercial'Club, and a donation from Grafton Kiwanis Club. The public is welcome to join us. Look for more details next week. Four area studlents willl receive $5,ooo sclholarslhips Area Chevy dealers kickoff Che [ Scholar program The West Dakota and Heartland Chevy Dealers of North Dakota and western Minnesota have com- bined forces to launch a new scholarship program for high school juniors and seniors. The Chevy Scholar Program (www.chevyscholar.com) invites nominations for outstanding high school juniors and seniors in the market area to compete to receive four $5,000 col- lege scholarships. Nominations begin now and end February 20, 2011, at which time 10 scholarship finalists will be chosen. From February 24-March 9, 2011, online and text voting will lake place to determine the win- ners. The scholarship winners will be announced March 12, 2011. "As dealers, we are all individually involved in our communities, supporting youth sports, organi- zations like Rotary and Optimists and slew of other needs," says West Dakota Chevy president Kathy Gaddie. "The Chevy Scholar program allows us to work together to provide an ongoing benefit to out- standing students across the region." Students can nominate themselves or be nomi- nated by family, friends, parents, teachers or coaches. Nomination forms can be downloaded at www.chevyscholar.com or picked,up fi'om local Chevy dealers. Nominators fill out basic informa- tion including community involvement, academic achievements, extracurricular activities and volun- teer work. According to Heartland Chevy president, Brad Sather, the Chevy Scholar program will showcase the best of the area's young people. "By engaging the public in the voting process we get to help bring attention to the outstanding young people in our communities through some grassroots PR and so- cial networking. It's exciting to be a part of and we are looking forward to the process." Nomination forms can be submitted at any Chevy dealership. At the end of the process, one nominator will win a $500 gift card through a ran- dom drawing. To learn more or to nominate a stu~J~t, go to www.chevyscholar.com or visit your local Chevy dealer. Your support and vote were greatly, appreclated. Don't Miss An Issue Start or renew your in