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THE VVALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, DECEM'BER 24, 2014 Thur., Dee.. - MeMs are subject to change without notice EDMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (EDMORE) Served Daily: Skim milk, salad bar option, whole wheat products No School Closed for Christmas Vacation - Merry Christmas and Happy New Yearl FORDVlLLE-LANFdN SCHOOL (FORDVILLE) Milk & bread are served daily. Me=Is =re subject to chanse. Dec. 24-Jan. 4- Christmas Vacation-Merry Christmas & Happy New Yearll MllCro PUBLIC SCHOOL (MINTO) Pruits, reset=hies, milk, peanut butter, jelly, and bread served with all meals. Dec. 25-31 - NO SCHOOL- CHRISTMAS BREAK PARK PdVER AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (PARK RIVER) Bread, sun butter, jelly, fruit, salad bar, and milk are served daily. ATTENTION Dec. 24 -Jan 2 - NO SCHOOL- CHRISTMAS BREAK VALLEY- EDINBURG K-4 (HOOPLE) Fresh veg~gies (lettuce, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, celery), fruit a~nd milk served at each meal. Peanut Butter ,~md Jelly sandwiches offered as an alternative to the entree. Dec. 24- No School- Christmas Break VALLEY-F-DINBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL (CRYSTAL) Salad bar, fruit, milk served at ~ch meal. Dec. 24- No School- Christmas Break VALLEY-EDINBURG HIGH SCHOOL (EDINBURG) Bread, milk, fruit, veg, gie bar, desse~, peanut butter and jelly served with all meals. Dec. 24- No School- Christmas Break Shall to Educate on the of S ondhand GRAFTON, N.D. Walsh County Health District held its an- nual Secondhand Smoke poster contest for all Walsh County 6th graders. This involves a classroom experience where students learn about the dangers of secondhand smoke and then are asked to create a poster showing what they learned about this topic. The posters are put on display in their schools to educate their peers and the public on the dangers of exposure to sec- ondhand smoke. Some of the main concepts the students learn about are: Health effects of being ex- posed to secondhand smoke-the same illnesses that smokers suffer from, are often seen in people ex- posed to secondhand smoke, i.e. asthma, allergies, cancers. According to the 2014 Sur- geon General's Report, there is no safe level of exposure to second- hand smoke. How can you help someone quit? Where in your life, might you be exposed to secondhand smoke (homes/apartments, cars, parks & recreational areas) and what can children and adults do about this? Plans and policies make a dif- ference! Make a family plan that there is no smoking in the home or car. Children and families-advo- cate for more smoke-free areas not covered under the ND State Smoke-Free Law such as multi- unit housing and parks. The posters were very creative and eye-catching, showing every- thing from black lungs to smoke seeping through vents in a home to displaying the NDQuits help line. One student was awarded the over- all grand prize for Walsh County. This year, our grand prize winner was Layne Gemmill from Fordville-Lankin. His poster dis- , Photos: Submitted Winners of the Walsh County Health District's sixth annual Secondhand Smoke Poster Contesthave been announced for this year. They include: Top Left: Grand prize winner was Layne Gemmill from Fordville-Lanldn.His post displays people and animals sharing the same outdoor air. It dearly shows that even in ventilated areas such as outdoors, there is s$1 no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke. In addition, one sixth grade stu- dent from each school was awarded a first place prize. This year's first prize winners were: Clockwise from Top Right: Vanessa Cooper (Fordville- Lankin), Blaine Carter (Park-River Area Schools), Levi Napier (Minto Public School), and Tommy Kern (Grafton Central). plays people and animals sharing the same outdoor air. It clearly hand smoke. },ear's first prize winners were: Public School), and Tommy Kern poster contest winners, and thank shows that ev .m ve ated io ne sixth grade stu- Va essa , Co er, (Fordvi,,e- (Grafton Central). all the students and teachers for Walsh County Health District their con ued support of this an- .... s ~h as outdo the is school was "" '" ........ ''g '" , ........ , re] SchSols), eviNapler ('Mmto would like to congratulate all nual event. safe level of exposure to second-:':,aW t d first place prize. This ' '* ...... " ' "'"' ..... i~o you or your ,f ': Oontrael- The Press: . from Park River Dental, PC : 701-284-61,31 !i 41( Briggs Axc S. l ark Riv(,r Genetically-Modified Corn Seeds Could Cost Industry Up TO $2.9 BILLION CORN FARHERS, HARVESTERS, GRAIN ELEVATOR OPERATORS, E,O~,RS/~E~LERS, O,~TR,,~,ORS/~X~O~TE~. 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