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Blackduck

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Week of March 29-April 1

TUESDAY, March 29 - Corndogs, fries, California medley and cheese, pineapple, bread slice, milk variety.

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WEDNESDAY, March 30 - Chicken strips, mashed potatoes with gravy, carrots, mandarin oranges, bread slice, milk variety.

THURSDAY, March 31 - Spaghetti pasta with meatballs with sauce, garden salad with ham, cheese and croutons, garlic breadstick, peaches, milk variety.

FRIDAY, April 1 - Mini quesadills with sour cream and salsa, green beans, rosy applesauce, Gogurt, bread slice, milk variety.

Scholarship information

Scholarships available in the high school office:

Sanford Clinic Bemidji Scholarship: Seniors who plan to pursue careers in some area of the medical field. Deadline is April 10.

Debbie & Janet Foundation Scholarship: Seniors graduating from Blackduck High School. Deadline is May 6.

Blackduck Community Fund Scholarship: Seniors from Blackduck High School attending a four-year college or university and demonstrating high academic achievement and involvement and positive leadership qualities. Deadline: April 15.

Mike Staples Memorial Scholarship: Seniors pursuing post-secondary education in natural resource areas or criminal justice area, or other related careers. Deadline: April 15.

Minnesota Athletes in Sports Medicine Scholarship: Seniors athletes who intends to attend college to pursue a career in sports medicine. Deadline is May 15.

American Drug and Alcohol survey to be conducted

On March 31, students from grades 7-12 will be participating in the American Drug and Alcohol Survey in cooperation with the Tri-Ethnic Center of Colorado State University.

The funding for the administration of the survey comes from a federal grant awarded to the Tri-Ethnic Center, which allows the survey to be conducted at no cost to the school. Participation in the ADAS is voluntary. Parents that wish to withdraw their child from participation may do so by contacting Principal Wendy Templin at 835-5210.

In addition, a copy of the survey is available at the school for parents who would like to review it.

Blackduck High School believes that the participation in this survey will assist the school in planning, funding and evaluating drug and alcohol prevention programs.

The Drake Times

Hello readers, welcome to another edition of the Drake Times.

Wow! March went by fast. This month has been March Madness, the faculty is trying to get the kids excited for the upcoming MCA's in April so they devised this March Madness plan.

Each grade elects captains for each section so there are four captains for each grade. The captains have to be fir mentally and physically for they have to undergo tests both mental and physical. Also as a more fun reward each grade competes for the top seed to compete against the faculty in a game of dodge ball March 31. The grades competing for the top seed right now are the freshman and the seniors.

The band left Wednesday for DC. They will get back March 30. When they get back, they will compete in Large Group Contest for both Choir and Band at BSU. Good luck to both groups.

The Speech team travels to McGregor for Speech Sections April 1. Good luck speakers.

The girls and boys basketball season drew to an early close at sections at Bagley for the girls and BSU for the boys. We'll go get them next year.

Spring sports are starting up now, track, golf, softball, and baseball. Just practice for now not getting to any meets/ games yet.

Well that draws another edition to the Drake Times to a close. Catch you all next month. This has been your faithful reporters, Jenna and Kristie, signing off.

Community Ed classes

Ceramic Fish Lantern will be held March 29 and April 5 at 7 p.m.

Judo will be held April 5-May 26 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. The fee is $20 per individual or $35 per family.

Small Willow Baskets will be held April 6 at 6:30 p.m. The fee is $20.

Fish Woodcarving will be held April 20 at 6:30 p.m. The fee is $15.

Live Folk Music and Son Sharing Workshop will be held April 26 at 7 p.m. in the multi-purpose room.

Indoor walking is held Tuesdays-Fridays when school is in session from 6:30-7:30 a.m. and 5:30-9 p.m.

Wednesday Night Volleyball is held Wednesdays through April from 7-9 p.m. The cost is $3 per night and is open for anyone 16 years or older.

For complete details, call Blackduck Community Ed at 835-5241.

Kelliher

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Week of March 28-April 1

MONDAY, March 28 - Chicken nuggets, seasoned curly fries, dinner roll, fresh fruit, milk.

TUESDAY, March 29 - Soft shell tacos with the works, baked beans, fruit, milk.

WEDNESDAY, March 30 - Ialian dunkers with homemade breaksticks, green beans, pears, milk.

THURSDAY, March 31 - Chili, crackers, cheese slice, cinnamon roll, applesauce, milk.

FRIDAY, April 1 - Grilled cheese sandwich, green beans, animal crackers, mandarin oranges, milk.

Community Ed classes

Aerobics are held each Monday and Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Old School Center gym and is free.

There is open gym every Sunday from 3-5 p.m. in the Kelliher School gym. The fee is $1 per person or $5 per family.

Northome

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Week of March 28-April 1

MONDAY, March 28 - Breakfast wrap, applesauce, juice, milk.

TUESDAY March 29 - Tator tot hotdish, peas, sandwich, pears, milk.

WEDNESDAY, March 30 - Turkey wrap, chips, pears, cookie, milk.

THURSDAY, March 31 - Chicken patty on a bun, french fries, corn, grapes, cake, milk.

FRIDAY, April 1 - Shrimp poppers, yogurt, eggs, juice, applesauce, milk.

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