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Serving the MonDak area since 1908 Sunday, March 9, ncers Lunch menus Sidney/Rau Monday - Hot ham and cheese on a bun. peach- es, potato wedges, catsup and milk. Tuesday - Baked chicken, whipped potatoes, corn, .jellied cranberries, cinnaburst bread and milk. Wednesday -Tator tot hot dish, green beans, tri- potatoes, apple and milk. Thursday - Super nachos, baked potatoes, tomatoes, salsa, mixed fruit, tortilla and milk. Friday - P and J sandwich, chicken noodle soup. orange wedges, nuts, dried cherries and milk. Savage Monday - Enchilada casserole, nfixed vegeta- bles, applesauce, bread and milk. Tuesday - Chicken nuggets, French fries, green beans, orange wedges, bread and milk. Wednesday - Chili, pineapple, cinnamon roll, bread and milk. Thursday - Hot dog on a bun, potatoes, fruit cocktail, bar and milk. Friday - Egg or tuna sandwich, chicken noodle soup, pears and milk. Lambert Monday - No school• Tuesday - Personal pizza, chips, celery, carrots, grapes and milk. Wednesday - Super nachos, fresh veggies, oat- meal crispy cookie and milk. Thursday - BBQ meatloaf, baked potatoes, creamed corn, bread, peaches and milk. Friday - Soup, sandwich, Elf graham and milk. Richey Monday - Polish wraps, potato smiles, apple- sauce and milk. Tuesday - Tacos, gems, pineapple, chocolate revel bars and milk. Wednesday - Hamburgers, French fries, fruit cocktail, yogurt and milk. Thursday - Chicken fried steak, mashed pota- toes with gravy, corn peaches and milk. Friday - Soup-vegetable or chicken noodle, sandwiches-tuna, egg or ham, pears, brownies, pickles and crackers. East Fairview Monday - Ham and cheese hotdogs, smiles, corn, banana and milk. Tuesday - Chicken rice casserole, green beans, peaches, bread and milk. Wednesday - Taco salad, cheese stick, apple- sauc.e, bread stick, cake and milk, Thursday - Pizza hot dish, tossed salad, oranges, garlic toast and milk. Friday - Fish wedges, gems, cream corn, pears, bun and milk. PHOTO BY BILL VANDER WEELE lettes Brittney Bingen, left, and Jessica Hefner perform during the boys basketball tournament in Sidney High School March 1. • 9 .S ;h High School winter band concert March 11 has been canceled. As a the Sidney High School Concert Band will perform as an State University Gold Band on March 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the gym. School bands are under the Ratliff. The Concert Band will by Jerry Goldsmitla and David Band will perform a new piece by Walter Cummings called "Crescent Moon Floats in Blue-Pink Sky," which was inspired by an October 2001 Montana sunrise and "First Suite" in e flat for Military Band by Gustav Holst. The North Dakota State University Gold Star Concert Band is under the direction of Dr. Warren D. Olfert. The Gold Star Concert Band will per- form a wide variety of music ranging from works of J.S. Bach to John Philip Sousa to new com- posers of today. Strings to Strings Orchestra will perform a for the enjoyment of the public on at James Memo- Arts. for the afternoon concert will reflect "and will include the pieces from the soundtrack of Ken series and old time favorites perform March 30 such as "Hi Lili, Hi LO" and "Love is a Many Splendored Thing." The orchestra is made up of musicians from Williston and the surrounding areas. James Memorial Center is located at 621 First Ave. in Williston. The concert is free to the public. For additional infornaation, contact Willis- ton Strings organizational chairperson, Lowell Sandvik. March 7, March 12, March 14 Thursday, March 20, 2003 & Whack" Quilting Class *Lucky Stars Quilting Class (5 Weeks) y of creating kaleidoscopes with It's true...you will have good luck with these simple stars, no star I levels welcome. Call Quilts & More for details and points will ever be cut offl Fun Fat Quarter Quilt! All quilting levels welcome! Call Quilts & More for details, 482-3366. Room Fee Fee $20 plus materials Julie Lander, Quilts & More North 5:30-8:30 p.m. $20 Vonnie Van Monday, March 10, 2003 of Town plus materials Hook *Creative Cardio (8 Weeks) Monday, March 24, 2003 of a variety of three different aerobic axercis- *Yoga (10 Weeks) and boot camp. Classes wilt be held at the Appreciate the results of a class that will give your body a wonderful Mondays from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m, overhaul. This class will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays. from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Fee $30 Sarah Deming Tuesday, March 11, 2003 Guitar (t0 Weeks) . playing the guitar and have fun doing it Fee Instru or 7-8 p.m. $20 Jim Schwartz Thursday, March 13, 2003 Welding (7 Weeks) the beginning or intermediate welder through welding. Time, space and construction. rne Fee Fee Central Library 3:45-4:46 p.m. $20 Marie Elementary Niechwiadowicz Tuesday, March 25, 2003 *Dog Obedience (6 Weeks) This class, first and foremost, teaches the owner how to train their dog. The commands-heel, sit, stay, come and down will be taught. ; The equipment used for training and how to use it wilt be taught as well. For the first class meeting, all dogs are to be on a six foot lead. Instructor: Chris Eckoff. Lo tion Room rne Fee High School Practice 6:30-7:30 p.m. $20 Chris Eckoff Football Field .' March 29, 2003 Lone Star" Quilting Class (3 Saturdays) 6-9 p.m. $30 Gary SchaffCreate a beautiful Lone Star watlhanging using the techniques from *Horticulture (7 Weeks) Jan Krantz's new book, Lone Star Quilts & Beyond. Get tips, sotu- str~ ,'ted on such areas as broedfieid horti- tions, and methods direct fro the author. Instructor: Juiie Lander. and landscaping design/construction. With Call Quilts & Mdre for details and times: 482-3366. the comer what a better way to get ideas for the ~ Room ~rne Fee ' Schaff Fee Ins u or 7-9 p.m. $20 Gary Schaff Monday, March 17, 2003 inning Quilting (6 Weeks) making? This is the class for you, at the end of the 6 weeks. Call Quilts & Fee lO.$tur, 5:30-8:30 p.m. $20 Vonnie Van )wn plus materials Hook Tuesday, March 18, 2003 Bead or Market Basket Class these baskets that are beautiful to own and Quilts & More for further information, 482- Quilts&More North of Town 10..4 p.m. $20plus Thursday, April 3, 2003 Basket Weaving (Easter Basket) Learn to make an Easter Basket to put all your goodies in. Call Qu ts & More for details, 482-3366. rne Fee Inst or Quilts & More North 5:30-9:30 p.m. $20 Julie Lander of Town plus supplies Monday, April 7, 2003 Hardanger (7 Weeks) Learn the basic stitches of Hardanger. If interested come to the Linen Needle for sign up and also your supplies. . Fee High School 101 6:30-8:30 p.m. $20 Kelly Markie *Hardanger ( 7 Weeks) See Cammy, John or David before the MARCH 15 DEADLINE. This class is for you to finish any of the unfinished projects you have started from other classes. If interested sign up at the Linen Needle. ~me Fee ~ Instructor: Linda Utter No~ 5:30-9:30 p.m. $20 Julie Lander ~ ~ ~me ~ U'Town plus materials High School 101 6:30-8:30 p.m. Linda Utter Ethnic Cuisine II (8 Weeks) Tuesday, April 15, 2003 tastes of Europe and Asia, along Basket Weaving (Potato or Double Walled Basket) from those regions. We will also Come spend ,~ hours creating an heirloom for your family. how to incorporate liquors and wines & More for details, 482-3366. lauces and desserts. ~ Room ~rne Fee [Jl,~3JF=t~ ~rne Fee ~ Quilts & More North 5:30-9:30 p.m. $20 Julie Lander 6-8 p.m. $30 Sally Amunrud of Town plus supl~ies ,, March 20, 2oo3 I Cooking (10 weeks) I s of cooking wildlife including fowl and venison. [GED classes will meet at West Side Elementary in room 5-8 p.m'T'~. :$30~J]E'~l[P-~hrudge Me 1405. If you want to enroll please call Mary Jo Saboe at [ 1482-1088 (work) or 488-4776 (home), Classes will run Ifrom 6:00-9:00 PM. on Monday and Wednesday evenings. I Foundation The Foundation tbr Commu- nity Care will award two $1,000 scholarships this spring to indi- viduals within the Sidney Health Center service area who are pur- suing a career in health care. Students must have at least one year of post-secondary educa- tion completed to be eligible• The Healthcare Scholarship was implemented by the Foun- dation for Community Care in 2001 to help educate future health care workers for Sidney Health Center and other local health care services• The schol- arship is funded completely by donations. The mission of the Foundation for Community Care is to "help ensure the continuance and quality of local health care serv- ices•" This means more than making sure there is state-of- the-art medical equipment in Richland County. The first step toward ensuring top-quality medical care is hav- ing a well-trained staff of healt announces scholarships care professionals. This schol- arship is a means to provide those community members in need of a career change with an incentive to go back to school and pursue a health care career. It's one way we can combat growing shortages of health care workers, while keeping good people in our community. Eligible fields of study include any area of medical care and pri- ority will be given to those applicants who are considering returning to Richland County to practice in their careers. Applications are available on the Foundation's Web site at www.foundationforcommunity- care.org or may be picked up at the Foundation for Community Care at 221 2nd St. NW in Sid- ney. Application deadline is April 15, and awards will be granted by May 1. For more information call 488-2273. Donations to the Health care Scholarship Fund are needed. Send your contribution to the Foundation for Community Care, 221 2nd St. NW, Sidney, with the designation "scholar- ship fund." Memorial gifts may be designated for the scholar- ship fund, as well. Jonsson earns collegiate honor Amie Jonsson, Savage, has been included in the Lake Supe- rior State University dean's list for fall semester 2002. Jonsson is a senior studying therapeutic recreation• To make the dean's list, stu- dents must achieve a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and have been a full-time student carrying at least 12 graded cred- its of college level courses (100 level or above). Lake Superior State Universi- ty is located in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Sign up for policy changes for the 2003 Crop Year! Crop insurance is still mandatory eligible for many MPCI policies will be mandatory for haft selected companies. Increase Your Coverage For Crop Year 2003 "Serving the MonDak area since 1961" 114 2nd Ave SE = Sidney, MT 406-433-1411 1-877-884-3680