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- - ] ..... r .................... DECEMBER 5, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur. Dec. 6 - Wed. Dec. Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS~EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Tllurs- B: taco, Satlce L: hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, dinner rolls, dad, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yqgtu%juice L: beef enchiladas, con1. shredded chee and lettuce, rice pudding/raisins. fruit Mon-B: cereal, y,_,urt, juice L: tater tot hot dish, corn, bread. salad, sauce Tues-B: omelet, toast, sauce L: pizza, green beans, salad, applesauce Veed-B: toast, sauce L: chicken nuy4ets, rn&amp;'hed potakyes, carrot dinner rolls, salad ADAMS- EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs B: s, lazed cinnamon toast and bananas L: pork roast, mashed potat’.cs, w/gra W, corn, wh. wh. buns and dessert/salad bay Fri- B: cereal and toast l,: corn chowder soup, assorted sandwiches, baby carrots and tx2ach cups/salad bar Mort- B: cereal and toast L: BBQ's, baked tx:ans, macaroni salad, chips and fruit/adad bar Tues- B: nluffi))s and .Vtucc !.: tater tot hot dish, coleslaw, crantx'rries and chex:olale inotlsse Vv'cd-B: cereal and toast L- lasagtla, garlic toast, corn and dcsscrl /salad bar FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (Fom:)vILrO Milk  bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs-B: cinnamon rolls, ,juice cups 1.: yrilled cheese, lomato soup, crackers, re.% tray, fl'uit D1ACC Fri-B: English nmffins, assorted cereals L: chicken nu&'<ets, French flies, salad bat" and fruit sauce iX.ion-B: assorled cereals, toast. uice I.: chili w/assorted Ioppings, reread Mix, cheese slices, fresh fruit and v4. tray Tues- B: s, rillecl cheese, juice L: beef ste'’% buns, coleslaw, vt.. tray and fl'esh fruit Wed- B: blueberry muffins, juice cups L: tater tol hot dish. ,Karlic toast, salad bat" and fl'uit sauce. MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at all brealasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with all meals. Tlmrs-B: scrambled cq4,s , toast, juice L: hamburger gravy on biscuits, corn, vzgies, fluit cup Fri-B: (.., patties, toast, juice l.: ham/turkey sub, cheese, baked potato chips, wLvzies, fruit cup Mon-B: breakfast taco, toast,juice I.: chicken patties on a bun, French fries, v%'Lgies , fruit cups Tues- B: scrambled e,,e,&s, toast. juice L: taco salad with corn chips, lettuce, salsa, cheese, sour creanl, vcg:,ies, fruit cups \\;Ved-B: French toast, syrup, sausage link. juice I.: corn dogs, baked beans, baked potato chips, ve&,des, fruit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs-B: breakfast taco, fruit L: shrimp, macaroni salad, salad bar/ fl'uit Fri- B: cereal, toast, fruit L: hambutger bar w/toppings, baked chips, salad bm-/fruit Mort- B: breakfast pizza, fruit L: taco salad, corn, salad bar/fruit Tues- B: cereal, toast, fruit I,: BBQ pork on bun, beans, salad bar/fruit \\;Vcd-B: breakfast/xy,:kel, fruit L: chicken nuggets, raw ve%gies, salad bar/fruit VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HOOrLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with aH meals. Thurs- hot turkey and grav,, mashed tx:qatoes, green beans tom. lettuce, carrots, pineapple Fri-cheese pizza, whole grain bread sticks, peas. rom. lettuce carrots, [,cars, FlKt,'Ke bar Mon-spaghelti w/meat sauce whole grain garlic toast, rom. lettuce, ctlkes, carrots, applesauce Tues-hamburger and gravy, mashed potatoes, dinner roll cooked carrots, .jelly sandwich icy'aches \\;Vcd-sub sandwich, baked lays. green beans, tomatoes, lettuce pickles, apples VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH (EDINBURG) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veg,gie, Dessert served with all meals. Acrtu Not Available something ironic or backwards about them such as: women play- ing men, people trying to be ar- rested for murder, lighting that doesn't fit with the scene, and peo- ple talking completely backwards. In her first year of directing the one-act play Park River High School English teacher Kierstin Hurtt was named co-director of the year with the director from Dray- ton- St. Thomas. Hurtt said that she was very surprised and honored to receive the award. For their performances in the production at regionals sopho- mores Claire Welch who played both lsabelle and Rosalind and Daniel Onstad who played the Hero received Outstanding Actor awards. Albert Irvine, also a soph- omore, who played both the Radio and Jake, received an honorable mention award at regionals. On Nov. 13 the cast performed their play tbr the public. Audience members said that they were im- pressed at how difficult the show would be to perfoml. "I thought it would be really dif- ficult to act out, especially when they talked backwards, [the play] was really good, it took me a while to understand but it made me laugh a lot," said PRHS senior Kendall Slebodnik. The play's actors and crew members were excited to get to go to state after working so hard for five weeks before the regional per- formance. Before the cast, crew, and their director found out that they got to go to state nerves were at an all-time high. "' I was incredibly nervous be- cause I had no idea what to sus- pect," said Hurtt. After it was announced that the Park River one-act play achieved runner up and was going to state it was as if the cast was all in shock. "1 was really surprised the judges understood what the play was talk- ing about," said PRHS senior Jas- mine Platen who played Ms. Chillywine. "It was a really nice sense of ac- complishment because the students had been working so hard for the last few months so it was nice to see their hard work and dedication pay off." Hurtt said about the ex- perience, All three of the senior cast mem- bers have been in the one act plays since they were freshman and they were all very excited to finally get to state their senior year. " It was the cherry on top of a eat senior year;" said Platen, The rest of the cast included: • Katelyn Anderson, Senior- Nom • Sadie Void, Senior- Martha • lsak Johnson, Sophomore - Villain • Samantha Blixt, Sophomore- Mama • Noah Zimmerman, Sopho- more- Ben • Hope Jehlica, Sophomore- Sil- ius Powlinder • Kayla Bohn, Sophomore- Jenny the Maid •Mandi Seim, Frestunan- Robin • Peyton Cole, Freshman- De- tective Moriland • Diana Bate, Freshman- Maria • Emily Laaveg, Freshman- Dead person 1 • Kirsten Whaley, Freshman- Dead person 2 • Kaitlyn Nelson, Freshman- Dead person 3 The Crew includes • Chad Jelinek, Senior- stage crew • Cole Rehovsky, Senior- stage crew • Kyle Ferguson, Junior - stage crew • Abby Ziknmnd, Junior - Photos: Larry Biri i,!! Top: Katelyn Anderson, Sadie Void and Claire Welch play their parts in the Park River High School play "slasreveR neveS" (Seven Reversals). Welch earned an outstanding actor award at the regional competition. Bottom Left: Jasmine Flaten and Peyton Cole in "slasreveR neveS". Bottom Right: AI- bert Irvine and Diana Bata in "slasreveR neveS". Lights/Sound • Amber Gillespie, Sophomore Lights • Nick Lindgren, Freshman - Stage crew • Spencer Rehovsky, Freshman stage crew The play ended up not making it to finals at sate but the entire cast, crew, and director said that the ex- perience of just getting to be at state was all honor especially when they had to make it fllrough such a tough region which included: Thompson who eanled first place and joined Park River at state, Hatton-North- wood, Drayton-St. Thomas, Lari- more, and Mayporl CG. ND Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest announced MAYVII,LE STATE UNIVERSITY COLEHARBOR, ND -- The Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest is a unique program focusing on biology and habitat conservation through scientific observa- tion and artistic interpretation. Teachers, parents, and students are invited'to' prnote conservation educa- tion in their schools and community by encouraging youth to take at] active part in the Junior Duck Stamp Program. This is an educational program sponsored by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service tbr students in kindergarten through grade 12. Each student learns about a North American species of waterfowl- a duck, goose, or swan, as welt as the habitat that it lives in, and then creates a draw- ing or painting that is entered in an art contest. Art- work can be created as an individual project at home, or in a school classroom setting. All North Dakota schools will receive program intbmaation in Novem- ber that contains the junior duck stamp website ad- dress, where the enn-y tbrm and progTam guidance can be found. The deadline tbr submitting artwork is March 15, 2013. Artwork will be judged during the third week in March, Judges will include both art and wildlife professionals from agencies and organizations. Stu- dents will be judged in four groups according to grade level: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12. Three first, second, and third-place, along with 16 honorable mention entries are selected for each group. A "Best of Show" is se- lected by the judges from the 12 first-place winners, and then entered in the national Junior Duck Stamp Contest. The first place design from the national contGst i used to create a Junior Duck Stamp. Junior Duck Stamps are sold for $5 per stamp, with the proceeds supporting conservation education and providing awards and scholarships for the students, teachem, and schools that participate in the program. An awards bm]quet will be held on May 4 tbrthe 36 students who receive first, second, and third place on their artwork. :Junior Duck Stamp winners will re- ceive prizes donated from North Dakota wildlitE or- ganizations, and a complimentary hotel room tbr the student and their fiamily. Artwork with accompanying entry form must be submitted by March 15, 2013 to Audubon National Wildlife Refuge, Attention: Jackie Jacobson, 3275 I lth StNW, Coleharbor, ND 58531. To learn more about the Junior Duck Stamp Program, or to get COil- test guidelines and an entry form, visit http://www.fws.gov/juniorduck, or contact Audubon National Wildlife Refuge at 701/442-5474 ext. 117. You may also visit the North Dakota Junior Duck Stamp Facebook Page for el,Tent updates. Mayville to host'Get the Scoop' ice cream socials at upcoming ,,bOys basketball MAYVILLE, N.D.---Mayville State University representatives will be hosting social events in a number of are a communities during the next few months. The public is invited to "'Get the Scoo/" on Mayville State while enjoying re- freshments. Everyone is welcome! Ice crealn socials will be held at the at the May-Port CG High School versus Griggs County Cen- tral varsity boys basketball game in Mayville December 6. The social will begin at 7:00 p.m. A social will be held at the Hillsboro/Central Val- ley versus Drayton/Valtey-Edin- burg varsity boys basketball in Hillsboro December 7. The social will begin at 5:30 p.m. Ice cream will be served at the Larimore games ..... ' High School versus Park Riv- er/Fordville-Lankin lligh School varsity boys basketball garne in 14!- rimore December I'1. Serving w{ll begin at 5:30 p.m. The tinal Mayville State social to be held be- tbre the Christmas holiday will be at the Midway-Minto 'Vs. (irafion High School varsity boys basketball game in Minto on December 13. The social will begin at 6:30 p.nl. Additional socials will be planned in other communities after the new year. A schedule will be available at www.mayvillcstate.edu as derails are finalized. For more in- tbrmation, call 701-788-4750 or c- mail ahuImi.mail(a!lnayvillestate. edu. HELP WANTED CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lake Region Corporation, Devils Lake, an agency serving people with intellectual dis- abilities. For more details see ND Job Service, Job Order 300074. CLUBHOUSE MANAGER LISBON Bisselt Golf Club. Du- ties: Daily operations of restaurant/bar. Employment: Sea- sonal, 7 months. Send inquires/resume: Lisbon Bissell Golf Club, PO Box 753, Lisbon, ND 58054 before 12/15/12. RN AND ASSISTANT DON - ($2000.00 Sign on Bonus for each position) Full time positions working in both the Long Term Care and Hospital setting. For more information please positions contact the HR Director at (701) 584- 7247; tstoller@westriv.com; 601 East Street North; Elgin, ND 58533. THE NORTH DAKOTA Library Association seeks part-time Executive Secretary to help with support functions and an annual conference. Visit website for details, at http://www.ndla.info/ MAINTENANCE/EQUIPMENT OPERATOR and Water Op- erator for the City of Tioga, ND. $35,000-$40,000 Salary, DOE. EXCELLENT benefit package. Must pass drug test- ing and have clean driving record. Contact City Hall (701) 664-28O7. $1000 SIGN-ON BONUS for experienced drivers! Freight Solutions of Hurdsfietd, ND, is hiring drivers to haul bulk ag commodities. BRAND NEW compensation package in- cluding benefits, vacation time and performance bonuses. If you are looking for reliable work with a family-owned corn- pany, call Chad at (701) 962-3302 or visit www.freightso- lutionsnd.com, must be able to haul to Canada. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MOTEL FOR SALE in Mountrail County, in the Bakken For- mation. Turn-key, 100% occupancy. $1,000,000 annual in- come. Includes 3 bedroom home. E.A. Goetz & Associates (602) 803-8792. WANTED TO BUY BUYING SPORT CARD collection/memorabilia b/4 1970. Cash paid. (701) 797-3460. RENTALS 50 X 40 ft Commercial Space for Rent in Bakken area at Plaza, ND (presently grocery store). Interested parties call Shane at (701) 898-1216. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR SALE: The city of Crosby, ND has 29 commercial lots platted and ready for sale/development at $20,000/acre in the newly annexed Southridge Acres Ad- dition. Nineteen lots have water/sewer service and a gravel frontage road abutting and the other 10 lots have the same service readily available. Also available are 105 unplatted acres to be available for residential housing at $15,000/acre. For further information contact: (701) 339- 2884. WANTED: MINERAL INTERESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Ex- perienced Family Owned Oil Production & 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. MODULAR/ MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE MODULAR & MANUFACTURED Homes F/S. Brand New, Starting at $33,410. Single family, work force housing, mo- tels, Delivered/set up. Free Brochure/floor plans. 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