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SCHOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS - Wednesda , November 27, 20 9 Talking Turkey with the Sunshine Kids Contributed by “My dog is thankfiil for me!” —Blair Jackie Beneda “My love makes him happy!” -Beckett Thur” Nov’ ” of Sunshine Klds Center “My cat is thankful for lint rollers” -Shawna WedaDec4 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 Mon~ B: cereal, fruit L: chicken strips, potato wedges, dinner rolls, fruit Tues~ B: oatmeal, toast, sauce L: hamburgers, chips, beans, sauce Wed~ B: pancakes, fruit L: mac & cheese hot dish, roasted carrots, dinner rolls, fruit FORDVILLE~LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk, bread, and salad bar or veg. tray are served daily. Thurs— NO SCHOOL Fri— NO SCHOOL Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast L: Chili, breadsticks, cheese slices, crackers Tues~ B: scrambled eggs, toast L: chicken burgers, hash browns, pasta salad, fresh fruit Wed- B: French toast, syrup L: veg. beef soup, assorted sandwiches, cheese sticks, crackers, fruit cups MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) fruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Thurs~ NO SCHOOL Fri~ NO SCHOOL PARK RIVER, N.D. —— Sunshine Kids Center of Park River present: Talking Turkey with Miss Jackie’s Sunshine Kids! Is it mean to eat the turkey? “No, because it’s so-good!” -Blair “No, because they’re yucky!” ~Gracelyn “Yes, it’s only nice to take one piece and be sure to throw the bones in the garbage!” -Millie “Yes, because it’s too hot! We have to blow on it before we eat it!” -Harris What if you were a turkey on Thanksgiv- ing Day? “I would hide!” -Harris “My dad would hunt the turkey!” -Rosalyn “I would hunt the turkey!” -Beckett “I would hide in a big tree” -Millie “Hide in the people’s house!” -Renae What is your favorite Thanksgiving Dish? “Turkey” -Andrew “Corn” —Andrew “Chicken” -Aria “Lasagna” -Scarlett are» PARK RIVER, N.D. ——— This year the Park River Area National Honor Society is welcoming community support for their annual shoebox drive. Collections will take place Nov. 25 through Dec. 9 for the 2019 NHS Shoebox Project. Each grade is encouraged to collect for a category of needs. Suggested donation items are as follows: . Seniors: Something Warm Hat, mittens, scarf, socks Juniors: Something Fun Markers, game, small toy, stickers, etc. Sophomores: Something Clean announces of Orchard grants BISMARCK, N.D. — Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has announced that $30,000 is avail- able to help North Dakota communities and schools plant orchards and gardens in 2020. Communities and schools are eligible to apply for “Apples” —Gracelyn “ABC Soup” -Renae “Pizza” -Darrin What do you think your pet is thankful for? “The turke my dad " “Food and water” —Gracelyn Lotion, soap, shampoo Freshman: Hair Care Comb, brush, ponytail 8th Grade: Smile Makers Toothpaste, toothbrush 7th Grade: Kid Friendly Snack ,‘ \ IlllllllIiIM/i ill/Ill" “llll a-l‘Ii Illl PRA NHS for drive Goldfish, fruit snacks, Cheez-Its, etc. The goal is 50 boxes for kids. The boxes go to lo— cal elementary children and families. Collection boxes will be located at Wayne’s Variety and the high school office. ing projects. Application forms for the grants and a publication about starting a community orchard are available on the NDDA website at https://www.nd.gov/ndda/orchard— project. Applications are due by Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. “Their kitty toys!” -R0salyn What if mom burns the turkey? “Still eat it!” -Beckett “Get another turkey and bake it. “ -Blair “She could make a new one.” -Rosalyn “She could make lasagna!” -Scarlett “I’d eat the burnt turkey!” ~Darrin “My mom would not burn the turkey.” —Gracelyn “We could eat chicken instead!” ~Everly Would a turkey make a good pet? “No, because I’m getting a new kitty instead.” -Millie A “Yes, because I want 3 pets and right now I only have 2.” —Blair “No, because I would ‘shoo’ a turkey away! Naughty turkey! (giggle) Get away from our kitty cats!” -Aria, Everly & Millie “No, because he’ll scratch with his claws.” -Beckett “No, my dog would get him!” -Harris “No, it’s scary!” -Gracelyn Walsh County 4-H News: Seven Rustlers host meeting DAHLEN, N.D. — On No- vember 3, 2019 at 4:00 pm. at the Dahlen Fire Hall the meeting was called to order, pledges said, sec- retaries and treasurers reports giv— en. New/Old business: Discussed 2019 fair, congratulations to you all on a great fair! Clean stall awards, livestock judging awards, and many awards in the static and livestock categories. Remember to send thank you cards to the business/person that Lillehaugen and John Bondy. Also, some new members, wel— come to you all! New members need to register on 4-H Online be- fore the end of the year. Discussed possible tours and/or activities the club could take part 1n Colton and Mike Gemmill did a demonstration on how to make sauerkraut, very informational! End of the year folders and trip applications are due December 15th, 2019, please bring your grants of $500 to $7,500. The grants are available on a competitive basis. Grant funds can be used for plants, trees, planting Mon~ B: breakfast pizza, cereal L: com dogs baked beans Questions about the grant program should be directed to Jamie Good, local foods marketing specialist at (701) bought your livestock premiums, Ag County for the “bucks” that folders to the next meeting com pleted. *' B, arfait cereal L, supplies, soil amendments, irrigation and fencing sup- 328-2659 or jgood@nd.gov. every 4-H’er received, and to the Next meeting wi11 be hag-on. O p tenses W/ha'm plies. Grant funds cannot used to purchase land, per- The North Dakota Community Orchard Project is people that sponsored the plaques December 1, 2019 at 2 pm. at the be : “ad” I: if p0 manentstructuresor forcapital expenditures. Grant funds funded through the USDA Spec1alty Crop Block you received. Dahlen Fire Hall re Shek’ Corn are for new projects and not the continuation of exist- Grant Program. We have two new leaders Luke Reporter, J ayden Bondy Wed- B: biscuits w/ gravy, cereal L: tomato hot dish, roll, pudding 2019 Park River Christmas . - 9 What IS a Syringe Servuce Program. Light Comes, In the 2017 Legislative Session Syringe Service Programs became legal in the state of North Dakota for communities who are deemed at risk for increases of HIV and viral hepatitis infections due to people in that community who inject and are sharing injection equipment. (Senate Bill (38) 2320;. The North Dakota Department of Health was given the authority to authorize programs within the slate of North Dakota. PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, 3,”, butter, jelly, mm, Start decorating now! Vote for your favorite Christmas light bar and milk served display from Friday, November 29th - Friday, December 20’“. Park River’s Christmas Light Contest will be awarding the top 3 residential holiday light displays with a credit on their January utility bill. After Thanksgiving, drive around town and check out all of the lights. Thurs~ NO SCHOOL Fri- NO SCHOOL Mon~ B: breakfast on a stick L: Omdahl 4th Grade . chicken drummies, carrots 'I‘ues— B: cereal, toast L: Johnson 1st Grade e taco in a bag, corn Wed- B: assortment of muffins, yogurt L: Solseng Kindergarten — mac & cheese, broccoli Syringe Sen/ice programs provide access to sterile needles and syringes free of cosi. and facilitate safe disposal of needles and syringes. They also provide disease prevention and linkage to care ' U th I’ l ' and treatment for persons who Inject drugs se 8 v0 ing ba lot Shown below orjust write on a piece of paper and vote for your top 3 holiday light displays. When completed, drop your ballot off at the following location: Benefits of Syringe Service Programs (SSPs) Park River City office building 514 Briggs Ave S. Reduce the spread of Hepatitis C and HIV due to injection substance use Reduce drug use by increasing entry into substance use treatment programs. Reduce overdose deaths by providing education and training to clients on how to administer Naloxone in the event of an opioid overdose. Reduce costs by saving on long term health care costs associated with HIV and Hepatitis C infections. This year you are allowed one vote per person and need to vote for 3 separate homes. Last year's winners are exempt from the 2019 Park River Christmas Light Contest. Last year’s winners: Steve & Debra Fontanie, Arron Peterka & Katie Bohn, Dave & Veronica Anderson. VALLEY-EDINBURG VK~4 (HOOPLE) Fresh veggies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly 1St place - $250.00 credit on your January utility bill sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Walsh County does not currently have a SSP. However, we know that we have people who are injecting drugs in our county who would benefit from going to a Syringe Service Program. We encourage you to access the SSPs in Grand Forks or Fargo. These are free, confidential programs. and you are welcome to be seen there even though you do not live in their communities. Grand Forks Any Positive Change (APO) SSP 2nd place $150.00 credit on your January utility bill Thurs- NO SCHOOL pm No SCHOOL 3”d place - $100.00 credit on your January utility bill VALLEy~EDINBURG Park River Christmas light Contest: Voting ballot MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Si . 1 place wmner Grand Forks Public Health Department Th NOSCHOOL 1515 4‘h St Suite N301 Name/“am”: mi‘fjg, SCHOOL Grand Forks, ND 58201 Mon~ soup Choice, assorted Address: sandwiches Tues- soft shell taco, retried Prcyrnl i’fillliii'l‘ l'r Mair: Tues~ spaghetti & meatballs Wed— taco in a bag, toppings beans’ assorted toppings Tues: 81 0am 2M lace winn r Wed- French bread pizza, Wed: No hours p e baked beans Thurs; 3_5pm Name/names: VALLEY-EDINBURG Flli l'5 1 HIGH SCHOOL Add (EDINBURG) . i re“: Bread, milk, mm, veggie bu, Far 0 Harm Reduction Center SSP E dessert, peanut butter and jelly 0 5m served with all meals. Fargo E 3rd place Winner Thaw NO SCHOOL WWW Name/names: .................................... ___. ...... 4...; Fri- NO SCHOOL Monday Thursday: 4:00-8:00pm Mon~ macaroni & cheese corn , , , . dogs TueSday 8‘ WedneSday' 1 '00'5’00pm Address: mm _WmM_,_~._W_,_“WWW”“W _W,,,m___w___~_____ ( . l l Friday: {imam-12:00 noon.