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SCHOOL THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS Wednesday, December 26, 2018 Pa; e 7 Photo: Larry Bid Above: Park River Area Elen ntary sponsor,a"Chdstmes Cookie drive for the local food panlTy during the Christmas season. Instead of bring=ng a gilt for the students' teachers, each grade donated a certain item to make cookies. Kindergarten, Christmas paper cups; first grade, candy canes; sec- ondgrade, fros ng or cookie decoration; third grade, hot chocolate packets; fourth grade, bag of marsh- mallows; fifth grade, cookie mix; and the sixth grade assembled the kits. Sixth graders with assem- bled bag are Tanner Schramm, (L to R) Nevin Daley, Emma Porter, and Aubrey Seven. "m//BIw~qWalB~ Photo: Submitted Above: (L to R) District Commander, Clarence Carroll; District Oratorical Chairman, Vem Houser; Karina Wha- ley fourth place, Sponsored by F0rdville Post #274; Brooke Shirek second place, Sponsored by Pisek Post Julia Sveen tirst place, Sponsored by Adams Post 237; Deslinee Hahn third place, Sponsored by Park River Post #147; Vice Commander, Paul Daley. PARK RIVER, N.D. -- The American Legionter of Jeff and Rita Sveen, is a junior. High School Oratorical Scholarship Program district Brooke placed second with her prepared speech contest was held on Dec. 12 at the Park River Amer- titled "Domestic Tranquility Under Attack." Brooke, ican Legion. daughter of Tara and Tom Shirek, is a junior. Four Park River Area High School participants Destinee placed third with her prepared speech ti- competed, tled "Freedom of Speech." Destinee, daughter of Di- Contestants and their sponsoring posts included: ana and Randy Hahn, is a junior. Karina Whaley, Sponsored by Fordville Post The American Legion High School Oratorical #274 Scholarship Program, sponsored since 1938 by The Brooke Shirek, Sponsored by Pisek Post #208 American Legion, is designed to instill in high school Julia Sveen, Sponsored by Adams Post #237 students a greater knowledge and appreciation of the Destinee Hahn Constitution of the United States. Other objectives , Sponsored by Park River Post # 147 include the development of leadership, the ability to Julia placed first and will be advancing to the Re- think and speak clearly and the preparation for ac- gional contest on Jan 12, 2019. Her prepared speech ceptance of the duties, responsibilities, fights and priv- was titled "Justice Demands the Vote." Julia, daugh- ileges &American citizenship. HELP WANTED AGRONOMY DIVISION MANAGER. Are you~.search-' -, ing for the next step in your agronomy career?. Visit job link: http://bit.ly/Agrono- myMGR459 for more infor- mation or contact Brian.slaughter@chsinc.com (701) 721-7247. EDDY COUNTY ROAD sU- PERINTENDENT: Requires 3 Wahpeton. Service Desk Spe- years elated e ence, H.S. cialist: Will oversee service re- diploma, computer know.L-, quests and work with staff to edgercommunication skills, ensure requests are handled Email resume to Patty in timely manner, coordinate, Williams at paw- lead, train and student em- illiams@nd.govby 1/14. EOE ployee etc.; Technology De- SERVICE DESK SPECIAL- ployment Specialists: will pro- IST, Technology Deployment vide effective, professional Specialist: NDSCS has two technical and desktop support FT, 12 month positions open in and services. Benefits include: 105 Health/Life, Retirement, EAP, Leave, Tuition Waiver/Depen- dent Tuition Discount, etc. Screening begins immediately - applications accepted until 401k. 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