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iDECEMBER 12, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 7 Thur, Dec,. 15 - Wed, Dec. 19 Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS,-.EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs-B: French toast, sauce I,: vegetable soup, assorted sandwiches, crackers, salad, fruit Fri- B: cereal, yc~gurt,juice L: BBQ, French tries, cheese, pickles, Deans, salad, fruit Moll-B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: spaghetti w/meal sauce, garlic loast, green tx:m s, salad, sauce Tues-B: cinnamon roll& sauce 1,: chicken burger, French fries, beans, salad, fl'uit \Veal--B: toast, sauce I.: pork roast, gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, dinner rolls, salad ADAMS-EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: scrambled c~z/Z,s, toast L: chicken ertclqiladas, Mexicall corn and sauce/salad bar Fri- B: cereal and toast L: pizza soup, mozzarella sticks, v%~.gies and bananas/salad bar Mon2 B: cereal and toast I,: chicken nu~4/gcts, tater tots, glazed carrots and choc. chip cq~kies/a pples/salad bar B: yc~urt, toast and pineapple slices L: hot ham and BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSrrY cheese/wh, wheat btms, lettuce, ~tlnd and ntandarin oranges/salad bat" Wed- B: cereal and toast L: hanlburger gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans and des.~rt/salad bar FORDVILLE- LANKIN SCHOOL (FoRDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs-B: pancakes, syrttp, juice L: By Tynan Nelson tbr The Press PARK RIVER, N.D. -- Three high school students from around the area competed at the American Legion's High School Oratorical Competition for District 2 on Dec. 5 at the Park River American Le- gion for scholarship money and a chance to move on to the division level competition in Can'ington on Dec. 22. Bridget Forester, Katrina Nord, and David Shelton spoke on the American Constitution. Each con- testant gave two speeches before a panel of three judges. Their first was a topic based on the Constitu- tion that they chose and their sec- ond was an impromptu speech on a topic drawn by the contest organ- izer, Marvin Collins from Park River Post 147. The impromptu topic drawn for the District com- petition was "Amendment 22, first sentence: No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of Presi- dent, or acted as President, tbr more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected Photo: Katrina Hodny Above: Bridget Forester, second place winner; David Shelton, first place winner; Katrina Nord, third place winner; and District 2 Oratorical Contest organizer from Park River Post 147 Marvin Collins. President shall be elected to the of- was Shelton, with Fomster coming fi'OITl them will move on to the s 'tate rice of the President more than in second and Nord inthird. Shel- level competition on Feb 2 in once." ton will now move on to the easteln Minot and then to the national The winner of the competition division competition. The winner competition. North Dakota Living MANDAN, N.D. -- The North Dakota Living magazine is seeking teen correspondents to write for its Teen-2-Teen cohmm magazine seeks teen writers Teen-2-Teen PO Box 727 Mandan, ND 58554-0727 North Dak9ta Living staff will review every submitted entry and select eager applicants to serve as 2013 correspondents. All sub- mitters will receive notification ; by Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013. i The North Dakota Living ,imagazine is published by the ! North Dakota Association of Ru- ral Electric Cooperatives i.(NDAREC). NDAREC is the statewide trade association for 16 in 2013. The column features ar- ticles written by students, ages 13 to 19, who address subjects of importance to teens. The Teen-2-Teen column presents an opportunity for teenagers to build their resume, get real-life experience and earn some cash. Correspondents will receive $50 for each article pub- lished. To become a North Dakota UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA homenmde chicken rKxx:lle soup Living teen correspondent, stu- local electric cooperatives and w/dttmphngs, assot teddents need to submit "" .... ~ ... " . . ~w,ndaree,eomldakotaLivingllndex.htm five generalion and transmission sandwiches, cheese slices and An essay detmlmg why they , cooperatives operating in North crackers, yeN. trayand t'ruit .~mce would make a good contributor; also indicate if their t:amily is Dakota. The local cooperatives I/it B hosted long lohns assorted '"-: :" ," " A teacher recommendation;served by an electric and/or tele- cereal, juice I" pepperoni pizza : . ...... :. c, provide electricity to nearly ............ and phone couv , uv . salad bar and frutt sauce ~ - 250,000 North Dakotans via .. ., : .... At least two topics of interest should be recmved by Monday, vton- assortea cerems, to&st, " ' ' " I "-" 3" : 147,000 meters. NDAREC serv- jmce L: chicken burgers, haShl rr2Pten.t!3 c0tu nns', . . nee., I. .. brown patties, macaroni"~]~{~'e*~.~~lst submit : 11o apply tor a-terns cormspon-i ices include legislative advocacy, w~.. tray and ~esh of their dent position North Dakota lineworker safety training and Tues:=B breaG'ast p zii eompletemail. Living, send requested itfibmm- prot ssional development se - spaghetti w/meat sauce,-ga~'tiCt trio addt g ](elenhone number tion to" :': ices, and cooperative business toast coleslaw veg tray ,tlld fl'!.llt I e~ , t~ r, s, -" .s , .... . and email address. Teens should North Dakota Living development. sauce Wed: B: fried e,%.,gs, to&~t L: mashed potatoe& meatballs w/gravy; corn, beg. tray and fruit sauce MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at "all breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, ~nd bread served with all meals. Thurs.B: assorted muffins, y~,urt, juice L: chicken nu,~ets, au gratin potak~s, v%w, gies, fruit cups Fri-B: pancakes on a stick, toast, juice L: hamburger on a bun, potato wedges, v%~.%ies, fl'uit cup Mort- B: breakfast wraps, toast, jtfice Ix hot hant and chee~ on a bun, green beans, ve,~gies, fruit cups Tues- B: omelets, toast, juice L: beef crumbles on biscuits, brown gravy, corn, w,-&gies, fruit cup Wed- B: breakfast pizza, toast, ,juice I,: chicken strips, French fries, v%-~:~ies, fl'uit cup PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Milk & bread are served daily. Men@ are subject to change. Thurs B: pancakes, sausage, fruit I= meatballs, baked potatoes, vq%,,;ies, salad bar/fl-iuit Frf- B: frittat:as, toast, fmfit L: hot hmn and chee,~, pasta salad, salad bar/ fl:uit ,Mort- B: cereal, toast, fruit, milk L: polish sausage, Deans, salad bar/fru it Tues- B: French toast, sausag, e, fruit L: burritos, refl'ied beans, salad bar/fruit Wed- B: bagels, y%w,. urt, fruit I,: pizza, be,~gies, salad bar/fruit Girl Scouts - Dakota Horizons receives $1 BISMARCK, NO -- Girl Scouts--Dakota Hurt- cun'ent camp thciliZ will undergo major technology zons is creating a high level Girl Scout camp volun- upgrades to help deliver the training module to vof teer delivery program to reignite camping experiences unteers. for today s busy girls. Through a.generous $:150,000 Nationally, Girl Scouts of the USA is embracing grant fi'om the Margaret A. Cargill Foundatmn, Girl volunteer-led program opportunities tbr members. Ac- Scouts will create a vigorous new training plattbnn " T t ' .... . . .. cordm to a m Hau, -Davls, CEO of G rl Scouts-- for volunteers which will bring camp opportunities .... . . - ....... .; Dakota Honzons, Volunteers are the best source for into the many communities served by the council, reaching gMs in areas that may not otherwise have Girl Scouts--Dakota Horizons and the Margaret GM Scout camps available. Girl Scouts is about build- A. Cargill Foundation have a shared desire to engage ing tomorrow's leaders, and camp has always played more girls through camp experiences focusing on the environment and connecting them with the outdoors, an important role for girls to gain essential skills that Girl Scouts will embrace and build on its long time will last a lifetime." tradition of camping through the new volunteer-led Girl Scouts---Dakota Horizons serves an area that camp program, spans across 4 states and covers 164,000 square miles. The two year pilot phase of the program will train "The program module will focus on training new 40 volunteers from communities across the cotmcil, adult volunteers who can take camp programs to gMs Volunteer training will take place at the Tom and throughout the council," stated Haug-Davis. The first Danielle Aman Foundation (TDAF)Girl Scout camp group of volunteers will be ready to provide these outside of Aberdeen, SD on Richmond Lake. The camp programs tbr more girls in the sumlner of 2013. The three contestants received a bond for their performance ill the competition. Nord earned $100, Forester earned $200, and Shelton earned $300. The contestants also earned $75 fi'om their local Airier- ican Legion post. Nord from Adams was sponsored by the Park River Post 147, Forester fiom Pisek, by Pisek Post 208, and Shel- ton fiOln Larimore by Larimore Post 208. Last year; Shelton took first place at the eastern Division com- petition and earned second place at the state level. "The top three contestants at each level of the competition earn money towards college with chance of earning over $20,000 if they make it to the national level," said event organizer Marvin Collins. The Oratorical Colnpeti- tion was first established in 1938 with the goal of teaching future generations about leadership and the importance of being active in their nation. Eligible competitors must be 20 years old or younger and in high school. For more in- ff)rmation, visit the American Le- gion's website at www.legion.org. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: The North Dakota Newspaper Association is accepting applications for Executive Direc- tor to begin May 2013. The executive director will work closely with the board of directors and will direct operations of the association's advertising service, education founda- tion and educational programs. Responsibilities include fi- nancial planning, over-seeing the six-person staff, legisla- tive planning, marketing and advertising, seminar and convention operations and writing and directing association publications. Newspaper management experience pre- ferred and strong communications skills essential. Send let- ter of application, resume and salary requirements to Ex- ecutive Director, NDNA, 1435 Interstate Loop, Bismarck 58503, or to info@ndna.com. Local student degree receives graduate from BSU BEM1DJI, Minn. -- Anthony Technology/Career and Technical Sorum of Oslo, Minn., was one of Education. 17 students who completed gradu- Located in north central Min- ate degree requirements at Bemid- nesota, Bemidji State University en- ji State University and graduated at rolls more than 5,000 students in the conclusion of the 2012 summer over 10 programs on the graduate sessions. He earned his degree in level. UND medical students receive scholarships for 2012-2013 GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- A to- Scholarships for 2012-2013 in- tal of $366,737 in scholarships has cluded the foliowing area students: been awarded to 135 medical stu- Second(year student Kyle dents at the University of North Wilebski.ofGr ffon, N.D., received Dakota School of Medicine and the Karen & Elviraa Lynner Me- Health Sciences th#_ 2012-.-2013 mortal Medical,S , , ....... academic year: F tmds lbi" the schc0- arships are given from various pri- UdettofLakota, the vate sources: endowments andKaren& Elvira Lynner orial scholarship ftinds. Medical Scholarship. O000000000000010@OOO000000000000000000 ."" teachers, preats, ,,, ."" "" our Saata teEers '... ?tess l ec " "[ke t atsk ." | d LLL 9 Elk " : 14 aa e : VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HoOPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Ve~gie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs-cheesy breadstick, rum. lettuce, corn, calq'ots, ctlkes, [.,ars, orange sherbert Fvi- hot d(~z,s, French fries, peas, ronl. let tuce, cukes, carrots, strawberries Mon- chicken nu~,ets, hash brown patty, coiqt,jelly sandwicl% rum. leltuce, peaches Tues- grilled cheese, tomato soup, rum. letluce, carrots, celery, broccoli, applesauce Wed* las~Lgna, whole grain breadstick, peas, rum. leltuce, cukes, carrots, txzars VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH (EDINBURG) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, regale, Dessert served with aH meals. Menu Not Available ffLvt e e ~ee~ o r~s ~s : . ) r a ea s c ce . HELP WANTED efits and Salary Package. North Central ND CPA firm. Re- Starting at $33,410. Single family, work force housing, mo- sumes accepted at chad@strandcpa.com until Dec 21.tels, Delivered/set up. Free Brochure/floor plans. (877) 590-4591, www.dakotamodulars.com LOOKING FOR A particular type of person. We will: Train you well, Pay you well, Prepare you for advancement. If you are willing to work, are conscientious and dedicated to service, I urge you to call. NORTHERN PLAINS CAPITAL, (701) 258-1499. DRIVERS - $1000 SIGN-ON BONUS New Pay Program! Earn up to 50 CPM. Home Weekly! 2500+ miles, 95% no- tarp. Must be Canadian eligible. (888) 691-5705. BUILDINGS FOR SALE STEEL BUILDING BUY LOCAL. Turn Key Available. 48'x60', 56'x95', 85'x165', 120'x300'. Will Build to Suit. Free Quote. Buy Direct. Call Today (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741-9262. LAND AUCTION RAILROAD VEGETATION CONTROL: Full-time traveling ND LAND AUCTIONS. Fri Dec 21 - 11am 158 ac Towner oppoi'tunity, 60-80 hours/week, $11-$15/hour, meal al- Co, Cropland & Farmstead and 12pro 649 ac Towner Co, Iowance, paid lodging & benefit package. RAW, Inc. in Cropland & Farmstead; Thurs Jan 17 - 11am 317 ac Cooperstown, ND - 888.700.0292 I www.rawapplica- Towner Co, Cropland; All held at Cando Masonic Ctr., tors.com I info@rawapplicators.com Cando ND; Contact Can-Do Auction & Real Estate, Amy BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Nikolaisen, (877) 812-4305, www.candoauctions.com CAFE IN FINLEY, ND, now available for lease. Excellent lo- cation on Highway 200. For more information contact the Finley EDC: Laurie Tuite (701) 524-2240 or Suzanne Hegvick (701) 524-2645. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT/LEASE DENTAL OFFICE SPACE (1290 Sq. Ft.)located in Minot's Northland Professional Building. Reasonable lease rates. 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 Bissell 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 contact the HR Director at (701) 584-7247; tstoller@westriv.com; 601 East Street.North; Elgin, ND 58533. CCMH LANGDON LOOKING for part-time registered ra- diologic tech., 24-32 hrs/week with call, benefits available. Contact Carol at (701) 256-6127. JOIN OUR DIETARY team at CCMH in Langdon! Part-time 15-20 hrs/week (temp. or tong-term). Contact Brenna at (701) 256-6208. TAX PROFESSIoNAL/ACCOuNTANT. Tax experience preferred. Must have Accounting degree. Competitive Ben- Tim (701) 838-0819 or northla nd professional- sllc@gmail.com for more info or photos. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 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, MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, addresses, phone numbers, e- mails of all ND newspapers, radio/.TV stations, specialty publications. Only $25. ND Newspaper Association, (701) 223-6397. YOU CAN PLACE a 25-word classified ad--like this one-- in every North Dakota newspaper for only $150. It's easy. Contact this newspaper for details. ANNOUNcEMENTS/PERSoNALS ST. ANDREW'S HEALTH Center in Bottineau, ND, is seek- ing pictures and stories for our 100th Anniversary Cele- bration, May 5-11,2013. Please contact (701) 228-9319 for details. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIG NOTICES ARE your connection to government -- available online and searchable by newspaper, city or key- word at www.ndpublicnoticescom.