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Pae 6 SCHOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS ° WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 20 4 Meals are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMoRE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: breakfast wrap, sauce L: chili, cheese, crackers, caramel rolls, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, green beans, fruit Mon- B: cereal, yogurt L: hamburgers, French fries, Raider buns, fruit Tues- B: breakfast wrap, sauce L: Christmas Grill Day!! FORDVILLE - LANKIN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk &amp; bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: breakfast sandwich, L: spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic toast, coleslaw, fruit sauce Fri- B: raised donuts, assorted cereal L: subs w/assorted • toppings, fruit salad Mon- B: assorted cereal, toast L: potato pizza hot dish, whole grain buns, fresh fruit Tues- B: caramel rolls L: hot dogs, chips, baked beans, potato salad, fruit cups Dec. 24-Jan. 4- Christmas Vacation-Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!! MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Pruits, vegetables, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs- B: cereal, toast L: taco salad/toppings, black beans Fri- B: muffins, yogurt, L: loaded baked potato w/toppings Mon- B: B: breakfast pizza L: sub sandwiches, potato chips Tues- B: cinnamon rolls L: chicken nuggets, mac and cheese Wed- NO SCHOOL Dec. 25-31 - NO SCHOOL- CHRISTMAS BREAK PARK RIVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. Thurs- B: pancakes, sausage L: turkey tidbits, mashed potatoes, corn Fri- B: cinnamon rolls L: polish sausage, beans Mon- B: bagels, yogurt L: pizza quesadilla, veggie Tues- B: cereal, toast L: chicken drummies, macaroni salad (no salad bar) Dec. 24 -Jan 2 - NO SCHOOL- CHRISTMAS BREAK VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Fresh vegies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit and milk served at each meaL Peanut Buffer and Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entrde. Thurs- turkey tidbits and gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, dinner roll Fri- chicken burgers, tater tots, cooked carrots Mon- taco in a bag, refried beans, salsa Tues- cheese pizza, ice cream treat Dec. 24- No School- Christmas Break VALLEY-EDINBURG , MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at each meal. Thurs- beef stew, bread and butter, peas Fri- taco in a bag, assorted toppings Mon- BBQ's, tater tots Tues- Fun Day-Lunchables-Last Day of School for 2014 Dec. 24- No School- Christmas Break VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, Fruit, veggie bar, dessert, pean u t b u ffer an d jelly served with all meals. Thurs- BBQ'S, WGR buns, tortilla chips, macaroni salad Fri- French bread pizza, cookie Men- chicken strips, French fries Tues- corn dogs, Busch's beans, cookie-Last day of School for 2014 Dec. 24- No School- Christmas Break Photos: Submitted Above: "lm Hodek passes the gavel to Jaedyn Pesek. Right: members at the meeting. Elections held for Hayshakers 4-H club By Eva Sobak FAIRDALE, N.D. -- "It was a dark and stormy night," on November 23rd, when the Hayshakers lit- erally slid into the Hodek farm for election night. When the voting ensued, promptly at 6:30 pm, there was a tremendous upheaval in the barometric pressure! President Tim Hodek was rained out of office by an un- expected downpour of votes for Jaedyn Pesek. For- mer Vice President, Colton Skorheim, was sucked through a vortex into the position of Secretary. Tremendous turbulence at the ballot box resulted in Ashtyn Pesek's election to the office of Vice Presedent. Then, as predicted by the Hayshaker radar, Heather Oke- son became the new Scrapbooker. During a brief calm, yours truly (Eva Sobak), was voted to remain the club reporter, and Sara Hodek will continue to serve the sec- ond year of her term as Secretary. A brief discussion regarding projects for the up- coming year was held following the elections; but, most ideas flew offinto the stratosphere, as the meeting had to be cut short due to the inclement weather. Mrs. Hodek filled everyone up with a hearty supper of chili & cam bread before they departed. She also offered a choice of chocolate cupcakes or chocolate covered Rice Krispie bars for dessert and served a club favorite, rasp- berry lemonade, for the beverage. The December meeting will be held on the 14th at the Hodek Farm...provided the weather cooperates. Editor's Note: Club reporter Eva Sobak submitted Hayshakers news Newspaper Assodation Education Foundation's grant program is its most ambitious ever BISMARCK, N.D. A dra- matic increase in the amount of stipends for newspaper intern- ships is one highlight of an ambi- tious grant program approved by the board of directors of the North Dakota Newspaper Association Education Foundation. Summer internships for col- lege students will increase from $1,000 to $2,500 each. The foun- dation will fund 10 interns next summer. The board's annual grant allo- cation also includes three new programs and the continuation of several popular programs. Foundation board members last month approved $59,400 in grants to 10 educational programs, by far its largest annual allocation. "There's lots of good stuff in this portfolio of programs," said Foundation President Allan Burke 0f the Emmons County Record. New programs include: • A scholarship program in which North Dakota Dollars for Scholars will match the founda- tion's contribution to provide two $1,000 journalism scholarships. • Funding a community jour- nalism ambassador to North Dako- ta high schools. The intent of the program is for an "ambassador" to visit several North Dakota schools to talk to students about commu- nity journalism and also to work with newspaper staffers at the schools. • Funding for a western North Dakota presentation in the Hager- ty Lecture series that has proved popular with annual lectures in i; r L ; • • <)/i • !!i • Grand Forks. Foundation board members in- dicated the increase in internship stipends has a two-fold purpose. The first is to encourage broader participation in the program, and the second is to ensure interns are adequately compensated for the work they do. Internships for high school stu- dents also will continue. Other popular programs re- newed for 2015 include continu- ing education seminars, support for the State Spelling Bee, and a Na- tional Newspaper Week campaign. The full list of grants approved by the NDNAEF board include: • $29,500 'for student intern- ships at North Dakota newspapers. • $11,000 for continuing edu- cation programs for newspaper staffers. • $3,000 to support the North Dakota State Spelling Bee. • $5,000 for a "future of news- papers" campaign to be held in conjunction with National News- paper Week. • $4,000 to encourage and/or enhance journalism programs in North Dakota high schools. • $2,000 to support a college student in a Washington, D.C. news fellowship program. • $3,500 for oral histories of no- table ND journalists. • $2,500 for the community journalism ambassador program. • $1,000 for the journalism scholarship program. • $1,500 for the Hagerty Lecture" program. ountry Farm Credit Services to Award $24,000 in Scholarships in 2015 FA*RGO,wN.OT "AgC0untry::Earml 'to Minnesota residents inecker, Beltrami, Credit Services will award twenty-four Big Stone, Clay, Clearwater, Douglas, $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors from eastern North Dakota and northwest and west central Minnesota who plan to en- roll in college next fall. Applicants must be from a farming/ranching family or plan to pursue a career in farming or some other aspect of agriculture. Scholarships will be given away Grant, Hubbard, Kittson, Koochiching, Lake of the Woods, Mahnomen, Marshall, Norman, Otter Tail, Pennington, Polk, Pope Red Lake, Roseau, Stevens, Todd, Traverse, Wadena or Wilkin Counties. In North Dakota scholarships will be award- ed to residents in Barnes, Cass, Cavalier, Dickey, Grand Forks, Griggs, LaMoure, Nelson, Pembina, Ramsey, Ransom, Rich, . any AgCountry Farm CreditSers lzN0i land, Sargent, Steele, Stutsman, Towner, Traill, or Walsh Counties. Selection is based on academic record, personal attributes, vocational promise, leadership and financial need. The deadline for applications is March 1, 2015 and re- cipients will be announced in APril. Stu- dents may obtain scholarship application forms from their high school counselor, at or from AgCountry'S web site -' AgCountry Farm Credit Services is a farmer-owned financial services company providing credit and financial services to customers in southeastern North Dakota and west central Minnesota, and agribusiness- es across the United States. Contact us about your story• Walsh County Press 284-6333 or C4066B 1982 Chevy C30 White, 46,06t miles ..................... ! 900 B4021A 1997 Cadillac Deville Red, 163,781 miles. .................. ,,..,j C4086D 1998 Chevy K1500 Blue, 219,023 miles .................. , " B4038A 2000 Oldsmobile Silhouette Red, t07,522 miles ........... C4060B 2001 Chew Impala Maroon, 178,075 miles ................ $2900 05038B 2001 Silverado IS00 Pewter, 201,190 miles ................ [!:i6900 G4128A 2001 Chew Suburban 112500 Gray, 242,100 miles ........... iii!: 90 ) G5003C 2001 Dodge Gr. 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