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DECEMBER 19, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 9 Aggle Articles News and Notes from Park River Public School Meals are subject to change without notice ADAMS- EDMORE ELEMENTARY (ADAMS) Thurs- B: tacgo, sauce L: tomato soup, grilled cheese, carrot sticks, ci-ackers, salad, sauce Fri- B: cereal, yogurt, juice L: hot dcgs, pretzels, salad, tntit Dec. 24-Jan. 1 -- NO SCHOOL - CHRISTMAS VACATION- SCHOOl, R]-LqUA4ES JAN. 2, 2013 ADAIVIS- EDMORE HIGH SCHOOL (EDMORE) Served daily: skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products Thurs- B: oatmeal, toast and apples L: taco 'n bag, baby carrots and pineapple chunks/salad bar Fri- B: cereal and toast L: zesty pizza subs, green lx:ans, pickles and taut/salad bar NO SCHOOl,- Dec. 34- 31 FORDVILLE-LANKIN SCHOOL (FoROLLE) Milk  bread are served daily. Meals are subject to chatge. Thurs-B: bagels w/assorted toppings, jmce L: subs w/topphlgs, nachos and sahM bar Fri- B: cinnamon rolls, assorted cereal, juice h hot dogs, potato salad, wh. grain chips, baked ms, fresh fruit and w. tray Dec. 22- Jan. l- NO SCHOOl.- CHRIF/VIAS VACATION Jan 3-TYF?? Thurs- B: fried %.%s, toast, juice I,: BBQ's, chips, cheese slices, pasta salad, veg. tray and fresh fl'uit 1-'i-B: caramel rolls, juice L: French bread pizza, salad bay and fruit sauce I%IINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY IIOORHEAD MINTO PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Peanut butter and Jelly served at ,11 breakfasts; milk, peanut butter, and bread served with aH meals. Thurs- B: breakfast taco, toast, juice L: French toast with syrup, msage links, vegL,ies, fruit cup Fri- B: cereal, toast, juice L: pizza, v-Lqz, ies, ice cream treat Mon, Tuc,s, \\;Vcd- No Schcx)l PARK RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) 2Vtilk , bread are served daily. Meals are subject to change. Thurs- B: bD2akfast bagels, fruit L: ham/turkey subs, baked chips, salad bar/fruit Fri- B: cereal, toast, fruit L: potx:orn chicken, ve&.sies, salad barfruit Dec. 24- J.'m. 2 - NO SCHOOL- CtlRISTMAS VACATION- Clasps Resume Jan 3 VALLEY~ EDINBURG K-4 (HooPLE) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Thurs- chicken and gravy, mashtxt tx-tatcxs, dinner rolls, cx)ked carrots, celery, cukes, grapes Fri-BBQ's, tater tots, pickle tom. lettuce, cukes, celery, carrots, pineapple, thdge bar Mon-NO SCItOOI.- CItRISTNIAS BREAK "rues- NO SCItOOL- CHRIbFA4AS BRFL&K Wed- NO .l-tOOl,- CHRIST/%CAS BREAK NORTH VALI,EY VOCXFIONAI, AND TECHNICAl. VALLEY- EDINBURG HIGH (EDINBURG) Peanut butter, Jelly, Bread, Milk, Veggie, Dessert served with all meals. Menu Not Available Raffle to help family of teen ldlled in ATV accident nets over $450 PARK RIVER, N.D. -- In June of this year, Kelsey Mae Misialek, l 5, of Adams, N.D. passed away from injuries sustained in an ATV accident. When she heard the stow of Kevin and Michaela Misialek's family, Si- mone Klemen of Jamestown wanted to help. Klemen, who used to live in Adams, donated two dolls to the family and asked that they be raffled off. Paulette Misialek, Kelsey's grand- mother, worked to put the raffle together and on Dec. 14, drew the winners at the Park River Senior Center. The raffle tickets for the dolls and ac- cessories at $1 each brought in more than $450 to go toward medical expenses for the Misialek family. Winners were Ashley Narloch of Warren, Minn., and Above: Paulette Misialek draws raffle winners of donated dolls. Christ Misialek of place Kelsey, but Minto. Paulette said that they Paulette said that take comfort in they wanted to thank kaaowing that because everyone who con- she was an organ tributed to the cause, donor, "she's living Nothing can re- on in many lives." Local student receives graduate degree from MSUM MOORItEAD, Mires. -- Min- nesota State University Moorhead awarded degrees to more than 400 students during its fall commence- ment program Thursday, Dec. 20 at 1 p.m. in MSUM's Nemzek Field- house. About 300 students were ex- pected to participate in the cere- mow. Vanessa Ellefson of Park River graduated with a Bachelor of Sci- ence in Graphic Conlmunications. November Student of the Month Freshman Jacob Mallick ...... Jaeobwas nomirmted because of his work ethic in the classroom. His polite demeanor allows him to be very focused on his studies. He takes advantage of his class time. He is very responsible when doing his assignments and goes the extra mile with details. Jacob is the son of Jodi Holewa. Johnson selected Student of the Month at NVCTC Karli Johnson has been selected as the November Student of the Month at the North Valley Career and Technology Center. Karli is a Senior from Park Riv- er High School enrolled in the Machine Tooling, Welding Tech- nology, and Agriculture programs. Karli is also serving as a ND SKILLS state officer. Karli is the daughter of Alan and Jeanette Johnson of Park River. Park River students share the spirit c,f' giving with food pantry birthday bags By Brenda Niison 'Tis the seaon to indulge in the spirit of giviqg and WOW was that evident gain this Christ- mas season atlthe Park River EI- ementa W Sch)ol! Instead of giv- ing girls to teachers, the staff at ',chool asked stu- Park River dents to help o nating items Bags" tbr the' Pantry. Thes, items to make with all the "'1 Classes w, items as follo Pre-K cak K- sprinkh I st-cake d 2nd-cupca 3rd-paper 4th-fi'ostin 5th-birth& 6th-candle What an sponse we go to be a part o is so willing of all of the s thank everyo nation to ou campaign. It l able to asseml f thers in need by do- to fill "'Birthday Nalsh Cotmty Food ; bags will contain a cake or cupcakes ixings." ;re asked to bring ws: mixes s :coration e papers )lates a ,y napkins 3verwhelming re- :!!! I'm so thankful r a community that :o give! On behalf :aft, I would like to le who made a do- :"Birthday Bags" ooks like we will be fie dozens of"Birth- Photo: Above: Our little Elf "Birthday Bag" Assemblers: L-R: Jayse Fontaine, Ethan Chalich, Jaylie Woods and Kyza Kadlec day Bags" for the Walsh County Food Pantry. How exciting! As the new year approaches, we think of the accomplishments of this past year and all of the promise, hope and opportunities that await. May you enjoy good health, the love of your thmily and friends, and prosperity this com- ing year! Happy ttolidays! Mrs. Nilson "The manner of giving is worth more than the gift." Pierre Corneille Editor :s' Note: Nilson is the EI- ementar), Principal at Park Riv- er Schools. C9oking up Christmas N Above:/(LtoR) Ryan Papenfuss, Jonatha0 Cox, Allison Cox, Sarah Olson, Mary Collins, Halle Swartz, Gabe Cox, Shawn Olson, not pictured Tanner Kel- ly act out their parts in the "Cookin' Up Christmas" skit at Bethel Baptist Church in Park River where they learn about the real reci of Christmas-- God's love. The Chil dren's Choir act in a a nativity scene (!. IoR) Sierra Schramm, Chloe Ja- cobson, Kvlie Jacobson, Quintin Carter, Brenna=, chramm, Jasmine Carter, Tanner, Schramm, and Kenzie Jacob- son. Photos: Submitted J With , Your damdfled ad will appear In all 90 North Dakota dally arm weekly newspapers for only Call your newspaper or 1-866-685-8889 for details HELP WANTED ASSISTANT STATE'S ATTOR- NEY: Stutsman County is accept- ing applications for an assistant state(s attorney. A license to prac- tice law in North Dakota is re- quired. Minimum salary $47,818.39. Applications must be delivered to the Stutsman County Auditor's office, 511 2nd Ave SE, Suite 102, Jamestown, ND 58401, or emailed to before 5 p.m. CST on the 28th of Decem- ber 2012 and must include a com- pleted official Stutsman County application form. Stutsman County is an equal opportunity employer. TIOGA POLICE DEPARTMENT is accepting applications for lateral positions. Must be licensed in North Dakota or able to obtain a li- cense upon employment. Salary DOE. EXCELLENT benefit pack- age. Experience Preferred. Con- tact City Hall at (701)664-2807 or send resume to: City of Tioga Attn: Police Commissioner, PO Box 218, Tioga ND 58852. LOOKING FOR A particular type of person. We will: Train you well, Pay you well, Prepare you for ad- vancement. If you are willing to work, are conscientious and ded- icated to service, I urge you to call. NORTHERN PLAINS CAPITAL, (701) 258-1499. PFEIFLE CHEVROLET IS cur- rently seeking a service techni- cian at our L $18/hour plL BCBS. Cont 0142. WIND TECH is now accepl Wind Techni Wind Energ Salem, ND. will have corn or 2 year pr( years of dir( ence. Comp( benefits. For to apply on- an Deadline to 2012. EOE. HELP WAN Technician, Metal at (70 Duane. C( Great bene quiries will b CLASS A D oil in Willist( driving reco, endorsemer perience pre 527-7215. DOWNS IF truck driver be able to dr tact Andy or mation. (70 MAINTEN! OPERATOF for the City c [ inton location. $14- s commission and ct Don at (701) 254- NICIAN II, ALLETE ing applications for a zian II at our Bison y Center, in New ualified candidates pleted a Wind Tech 1 ,gram or will have 2 ctly related experi- titive salary with full complete details & line go to: :1 click on careers. pply: December 27, "ED: HVAC Service Lake Region Sheet I) 739-6757, ask for mpensation DOE, t package. All in- . kept confidential. ,IVER to haul crude n Basin area. Clean .1, tanker & HAZMAT Is, winter driving ex- ferred. Call Bill (701) C. SEEKS hopper 3 years or older. Must #e into Canada. Con- Kevin for more infor- 256-2447. qCE/EQUIPMENT and Water Operator f Tioga, ND. $35,000- $40,000 Salary, DOE. EXCEL- LENT benefit package. Must pass drug testing and have clean driv- ing record. Contact City Hall (701) 664-2807. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CAFE IN FINLEY, ND, now avail- able for lease. Excellent location on Highway 200. For more infor- mation contact the Finley EDC: Laurie Tuite (701) 524-2240 or Suzanne Hegvick (701) 524-2645. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WANTED: MINERAL INTER- ESTS/Oil & Gas Leases - Experi- enced Family Owned Oil Produc- tion & Exploration Co. We'll Help You Monetize Your Mineral Assets. Send details to P.O. Box 8946, Denver, CO 80201. MineralAs-, (877) 754- 3111. 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 Di- rect. Call Today (701) 365-8509 or (800) 741-9262. LAND AUCTION ND LAND AUCTIONS. Fri Dec 21 - 11am 158 ac Towner Co, Crop- land & Farmstead and 12pro 649 ac Towner Co, Cropland & Farm- stead; Thurs Jan 17 - 11am 317 ac Towner Co, Cropland; All held at Cando Masonic Ctr., Cando ND; Contact Can-Do Auction & Real Estate, Amy Nikolaisen, (877) 812-4305, www.candoauc- MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE ON BIDS BIDS ACCEPTED: FORD 9000 Distributor Truck, with Rusco 1850 gallon tank. Rusco Flaherty As- phalt chipper. Information call (701) 683-4525. Bids: City of Lis- bon, PO Box 1079, Lisbon, ND 58054. Deadline: 4:00 p.m., 1/3/2013. Reserve the right to re- ject any or all bids. ND MEDIA GUIDE: Names, ad- dresses, phone numbers, e-mails of all ND newspapers, radio/TV stations, specialty publications. Only $25. ND Newspaper Associ- ation, (701) 223-6397. YOU CAN PLACE a 25-word clas- sified ad--like this one--in every North Dakota newspaper for only $150. It's easy. Contact this news- paper for details. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC NOTICES ARE your con- nection to government -- avail- able online and searchable by newspaper, city or keyword at www.ndpu