West Fargo Pioneer Staff Report
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WEST FARGO HIGH RISE Thursday, July 4: Happy 4th of July. Friday, July 5: Roast turkey, dressing, green beans, cranberry sauce, rhubarb crisp with topping. Monday, July 8: Meatloaf, augratin potatoes, stewed tomatoes, apricot halves. Tuesday, July 9: Barbecue ribs, creamy coleslaw, calico beans, watermelon. Wednesday, July 10: Chicken salad on wheat bun with tomato slices and leaf lettuce, spring pasta salad, fresh fruit, cookie..
High Point Networks, LLC has hired Adam Martin to their sales team as an Account Manager. He received his education from Crown College and was previously employed by Network Center, Inc. of Fargo. High Point Networks is a value added reseller in the IT industry focused on voice, data center and network solutions with offices in West Fargo, Bismarck, Sioux Falls , Alexandria, Minneapolis and Billings.
West Fargo junior Amanda Levin was named Gatorade Player of the year for North Dakota track. She is West Fargo's first girls track and field athlete to earn the award. The award comes after Levin's dominant performance at the North Dakota State Track and Field Tournament, in which she took first in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter dashes, becoming the first Packer to claim the title in any of those three events. Off the track, Levin is active in her church as volunteer Sunday school teacher and has maintained a 3.49 GPA in the classroom.
The West Fargo Senior Committee held a free picnic event for area seniors at Elmwood Park in West Fargo on June 18 with attendance at just over 100 people. Participants were treated to a meal prepared by NDSU; were eligible for door prizes and heard a short presentation on what the senior program has to offer. Funding for the event was provided by Gate City Bank and Swanson Health Products. Donated items and services were received from Gate City Bank, Western State Bank, Petro Serve USA and the Farmers Market.
A North Dakota National Guard soldier, who serves in the 188th Army Band, was recently named one of the best in the nation. Sgt. James R. Landman, of Fargo, was presented the Reserve Component Army Band Soldier of the Year award as he conducted the Clarion of Freedom group during a lunchtime concert in downtown Fargo today.
WEST FARGO HIGH RISE Thursday, June 27: Hamburger hotdish, Mexicorn, creamy cucumbers, fruited cherry Jello with topping. Friday, June 28: Warm pulled pork sandwich, potato wedges, calico beans, warm cinnamon apples.. Monday, July 1: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, country blend vegetables, pear halves. Tuesday, July 2: Chicken Ala King, mashed potatoes, baby carrots, peach crisp with topping. Wednesday, July 3: Lasagna, Mexi corn, captain's salad, French bread, fruited strawberry Jello with topping.
Prescription Drug Misuse & Abuse (source: http://www.awarerx.org/ ) Prescription drug abuse is the nation's fastest-growing drug problem, and it has been classified as an epidemic. Unfortunately, people of all ages are affected, as shown by several government studies. Being an informed consumer will help keep you and your family safe. How many Americans are misusing and abusing prescription medications?
Serving in the U. S. Congress is one of the most important jobs in the world. The hockey coach at the University of North Dakota may make more money but he affects only one small part of the world. Congresspersons impact just about everything that happens in the United States. Because Congress members have such power, it is important that they perform their duties with a reasonable degree of public confidence. But, according to the latest Gallup poll, they are getting a big fat "F" from the people who hired them.
Eastwood Elementary School in West Fargo has received a generous donation of $1,000 from Fargo Moorhead Builders Exchange. This donation will go toward their take home reading program called "PAKRAT" which stands for People and Kids Reading A lot Together. Eastwood School is a diverse community comprised of more than 540 students, and over 75 staff. The school's student population includes 52% on free and reduced lunch and over 27 different languages with English Language Learners making up about 20% of Eastwood's population.
The Cormorant Area Art Club will hold its 16th Annual Show on Saturday and Sunday, July 13 and 14, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. The event will be held at the Cormorant Community Center located in Cormorant Village, 13 miles south of Lake Park, Minn. and 1.5 miles north of Zobaz on Pelican Lake, Minn. Twenty-five regional artist will display a wide variety of watercolors, acrylic and oil painting, rosemaling, pine needle basketry, prints, cards, clay sculpture and art gift items. Member artists will be from Fargo/Moorhead/West