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Preschool Express will be hosting an open house to acquaint parents with the facility and for registration of students for the upcoming school year on Thursday, March 22, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Carolyn Cadwell is owner-instructor of the preschool located at 1222 6th St. E. in the lower level of Flame of Faith United Methodist Church. Following eight years in the preschool teaching field, mostly in West Fargo, including two as a preschool director, Cadwell decided it was time to start her own school. "Having worked with preschool families in the past, this felt like a natural progression.
Our office is filled with wonderful cooks, and we are all lucky enough to experience that talent firsthand every time we have an office potluck. This week I wanted to share a little of that homemade deliciousness with you by featuring some of the fabulous recipes willingly shared by our staff.
Visit with the multi-talented performers of the El Zagal Shrine Circus as the West Fargo Pioneer, West Fargo VFW, and the Shrine Circus join forces for a special "Meet and Greet" event from 4 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, March 21, at the West Fargo VFW, 308 Sheyenne St., adjacent to the Pioneer offices. Stop by and mingle with the Shrine Circus entertainers and enjoy popcorn, sno cones and cotton candy; delight in mini-circus acts and face painting; and have your picture taken with a clown, with all the activities free.
Members of the Harwood Prairie Playhouse will be delighting audiences again with their 23rd annual production featuring the Perfect Wedding. The fast-paced comedy is sure to entertain, so much so, the audience is guaranteed to end up crying with laughter. Show dates are March 15, 16 and 17, March 22, 23 and 24 and March 29, 30 and 31 at 7:30 p.m. and two matinee performances Sunday, March 25 and Saturday, March 31, at 2 p.m., at Dawson Hall on the grounds of Bonanzaville in West Fargo.
West Fargo's newest restaurant - TNT's Diner - is offering old-fashioned, homestyle cooking at its finest. Tim and Tammy Hagensen of Moorhead are the owner-operators of the eatery which opened to customers Monday at 405 W. Main Ave., Westgo Square, in the space formerly occupied by Jiggs' Homestyle Restaurant. The Hagensen's have a longtime restaurant connection, going all the way back to their teenage days. They eventually opened their own restaurant - TNT's Café - in the Moorhead Center Mall in March 2000, selling the business in September of 2005.
Volunteerism comes easy for 12-year-old Brittney Humphrey who was recently recognized for her selfless act of donating time to assist others through a variety of community service projects. She is a sixth-grader at Cheney Middle School and the daughter of Machelle and Kenneth Wilson of West Fargo. Humphrey, and Jacob Holm, Valley City, were named North Dakota's top two youth volunteers for 2007 by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a nationwide program honoring young people for outstanding acts of volunteerism.
West Fargo City Commissioners are taking a proactive educational stance against an imminent threat - the Emerald Ash Borer, an invasive beetle of the woodborer family that has infested several states in the upper Midwest, including Westland, Michigan, a community comparable in size to West Fargo. The ½ inch metallic green bug attacks all species of ash trees and once it does continues to manifest and spread at a very fast rate killing what were once completely healthy trees.
With the onset of Lent on the path to Easter, I've decided to offer some recipes this week for those of you who are refraining from eating meat on Friday. We so take eating meat for granted on almost a daily basis, that when we are required to prepare something without it, we can sometimes be at a loss, when actually there are countless choices out there. Personally, there's nothing better than a piping hot bowl of tomato soup and a grilled cheese sandwich.
Don't forget that there is a big change with Daylight Savings Time this year - it has been extended a month, officially beginning at 2 a.m., Sunday, March 11 and reverting back to Standard Time at 2 a.m. the first Sunday of November. So be sure and move your clocks ahead one hour. This is a departure from the former Daylight Savings Time observance of the first Sunday of April and the last Sunday of October. The extension was set by the Energy Policy Act of 2005, to conserve energy.
Get ready for the second wave. More snow is on the way today and into Friday, unwelcome news for those still digging out from last weekend's wintery blast. WDAY Meteorologist Daryl Ritchison said that the last system resulted in about 5 inches of new snow in the F-M area, bringing the total accumulation for the winter to approximately 19 inches. The next round of snowfall is expected to begin today, moving in rather quickly with the potential of dumping three to six inches of the fluffy white stuff in eight to twelve hours with not a lot of wind. The system will linger into tomorrow with