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EV-W band/choir enjoy Florida i; The Eden Valley-Watkins band and choir departed at midnight Monday, Nov 19, headed for Florida and Disney World. They arrived early Tuesday morning and enjoyed the beach and a flea market before settling into their motel for the night. Wednesday, Nov 21, was a big day for them, at Disney Magic Kingdom; that afternoon the band performed at Downtown Disney. The day ended appropriately with fireworks at Magic Kingdom. Thursday was spent at Disney-Hollywood Studios. Friday included Epcot Center and an afternoon performance by the choir. Surday students loaded up the buses for Disney World's Animal Kingdom, their last tourist stop before heading back home. They arrived back in Eden Valley Sunday evening, Nov. 25. A great deal of hard ork goes into a trip like this, from students, directors Mrs. Pauls and Mrs. Salo, as well as supportive parants and the community. Thank you  to everyone who helped in any way to make this trip possible and successful! EV-W Elementary staff va00ety sl0000)w School menu Jan 7-11 Breakfast Monday:. Mufl, yogurt cup, juice, mile Tuesday: Bacon egg pizza, juice milk. Wednesday: Pancake on a stick, juice, milk. Thursday: Breakfast sandwich, juice, milk. Friday: French toast sticks, sau- sage links, juice, milk. Lunch Monday:. Pancakes w/syrup, hash browns & scrambled eggs or turkey- ranch wrap, hash browns, baby car- rots, broccoli florets, celery sticks, oranges-cinnamon apples, milk. Tuesday: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, WG garlic breadstick or crispy chicken wrap, Romaine salad w/FF dressing, cherry toma- toes, garbanzo beans, kiwi-pineap- ple tidbits, milk. Wednesday: Toasted cheese sandwich w/tomato soup or tur- key sub, broccoli florets, baby car- rots, green peas, apples-fruit cock- tail, milk. Thursday: Popcorn chicken w/mashed potatoes & cinnamon roll or chicken Caesar salad w/ roll, cherry tomatoes, black beans, cucumber slices, oranges-diced pears, milk. Friday: Hot dog on a WG bun and tater tots or fish sandwich w/ cheese, tater tots, radishes, broccoli florets, green pepper sticks, apple wedges-peach slices, milk. EV-W boys' basketball holds off Holdingford in Holiday Hoopla By Pat Garry, Staff writer Coming off a second-round victory over Maple Lake, EV-W emerged victorious in an over- time thriller versus Holdingford last Saturday night at the St. John's Prep Holiday Tourney. The Eagles held off a determined Huskers team, but it required an additional quarter of play. Jared Streit, Eagles sophomore forward, led all scor- ers with 20 points, as EV-W perse- vered and took the overtime con- test 53-51. Sophomore guard Bret Mattice registered 7 points. Kirby Knutson, senior forward, scorched the nets for 10 points, while senior guards Alex Geislinger and Brent Stenger finished with 8 points each. The Eagles managed an 18-17 advantage at the halftime break, and the battle culminated in a 43-43 tie after regulation. In overtime, the Eagles outscored the Huskers 10-8, to escape with the victory. The regular schedule resumes with EV-W hosting Kim- ball Area at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 3. EV-W boys' basketball downs Maple Lake at St. John's Invitational By Pat Garry, Staff writer - :. : The EV-W boys' basketball team advanced in the St. John's Prep Holiday Invitational Friday night, as they outlasted the Maple Lake Irish, 55-48. After a slow start, EV-W warmed up and plenty of hot hands took over. Sopho- more guard Bret Mattice led the Eagles attack with 17, and sopho- more forward Jared Streit tossed in 15. Kirby Knutson, senior for- ward, had 9, while senior guard Alex Geislinger finished with 8 points. Senior guard Cole Stang and junior guard Alex Nesenson contributed 3 points each. The Irish leapt to a 32-25 advan- tage at the halftime break, but the Eagles took control in the second stanza, and soared to a decisive victory, outscoring their oppo- nents 30-16. Senior guard Don- nie Mavencamp and senior cen- ter Isaac Kotila led the Irish with 13 each. Next up for the Eagles is a Satur- day night clash with the Holding- ford Huskers. The regular sched- ule resumes with EV-W hosting Kimball Area at 7:30 p.m. Thurs- day, Jan. 3. i!:i i  iiiiiiiii!i:!  ii ii ;: iiii !iiiiiii!i)!i??)iiii Students and staff alike were entertained at the EV-W Elementary staff variety show Friday morning, Dec. 21. Even superintendent Mark Messman got in on the action The hilarious action was a fitting send- off for students and staff as schools were let out shortly thereafter for Christmas break. Thanks, Deb Kuechle, for sharing your photos! Even more photos from this event (and many, many othersI) can be found in the Photo Gallery at www.tric0untynews.mn (Videos from school concerts, etc., too!) EV-W band/choir enjoy Florida i; The Eden Valley-Watkins band and choir departed at midnight Monday, Nov 19, headed for Florida and Disney World. They arrived early Tuesday morning and enjoyed the beach and a flea market before settling into their motel for the night. Wednesday, Nov 21, was a big day for them, at Disney Magic Kingdom; that afternoon the band performed at Downtown Disney. The day ended appropriately with fireworks at Magic Kingdom. Thursday was spent at Disney-Hollywood Studios. Friday included Epcot Center and an afternoon performance by the choir. Surday students loaded up the buses for Disney World's Animal Kingdom, their last tourist stop before heading back home. They arrived back in Eden Valley Sunday evening, Nov. 25. A great deal of hard ork goes into a trip like this, from students, directors Mrs. Pauls and Mrs. Salo, as well as supportive parants and the community. Thank you  to everyone who helped in any way to make this trip possible and successful! EV-W Elementary staff va00ety sl0000)w School menu Jan 7-11 Breakfast Monday:. Mufl, yogurt cup, juice, mile Tuesday: Bacon egg pizza, juice milk. Wednesday: Pancake on a stick, juice, milk. Thursday: Breakfast sandwich, juice, milk. Friday: French toast sticks, sau- sage links, juice, milk. Lunch Monday:. Pancakes w/syrup, hash browns & scrambled eggs or turkey- ranch wrap, hash browns, baby car- rots, broccoli florets, celery sticks, oranges-cinnamon apples, milk. Tuesday: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, WG garlic breadstick or crispy chicken wrap, Romaine salad w/FF dressing, cherry toma- toes, garbanzo beans, kiwi-pineap- ple tidbits, milk. Wednesday: Toasted cheese sandwich w/tomato soup or tur- key sub, broccoli florets, baby car- rots, green peas, apples-fruit cock- tail, milk. Thursday: Popcorn chicken w/mashed potatoes & cinnamon roll or chicken Caesar salad w/ roll, cherry tomatoes, black beans, cucumber slices, oranges-diced pears, milk. Friday: Hot dog on a WG bun and tater tots or fish sandwich w/ cheese, tater tots, radishes, broccoli florets, green pepper sticks, apple wedges-peach slices, milk. EV-W boys' basketball holds off Holdingford in Holiday Hoopla By Pat Garry, Staff writer Coming off a second-round victory over Maple Lake, EV-W emerged victorious in an over- time thriller versus Holdingford last Saturday night at the St. John's Prep Holiday Tourney. The Eagles held off a determined Huskers team, but it required an additional quarter of play. Jared Streit, Eagles sophomore forward, led all scor- ers with 20 points, as EV-W perse- vered and took the overtime con- test 53-51. Sophomore guard Bret Mattice registered 7 points. Kirby Knutson, senior forward, scorched the nets for 10 points, while senior guards Alex Geislinger and Brent Stenger finished with 8 points each. The Eagles managed an 18-17 advantage at the halftime break, and the battle culminated in a 43-43 tie after regulation. In overtime, the Eagles outscored the Huskers 10-8, to escape with the victory. The regular schedule resumes with EV-W hosting Kim- ball Area at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 3. EV-W boys' basketball downs Maple Lake at St. John's Invitational By Pat Garry, Staff writer - :. : The EV-W boys' basketball team advanced in the St. John's Prep Holiday Invitational Friday night, as they outlasted the Maple Lake Irish, 55-48. After a slow start, EV-W warmed up and plenty of hot hands took over. Sopho- more guard Bret Mattice led the Eagles attack with 17, and sopho- more forward Jared Streit tossed in 15. Kirby Knutson, senior for- ward, had 9, while senior guard Alex Geislinger finished with 8 points. Senior guard Cole Stang and junior guard Alex Nesenson contributed 3 points each. The Irish leapt to a 32-25 advan- tage at the halftime break, but the Eagles took control in the second stanza, and soared to a decisive victory, outscoring their oppo- nents 30-16. Senior guard Don- nie Mavencamp and senior cen- ter Isaac Kotila led the Irish with 13 each. Next up for the Eagles is a Satur- day night clash with the Holding- ford Huskers. The regular sched- ule resumes with EV-W hosting Kimball Area at 7:30 p.m. Thurs- day, Jan. 3. i!:i i  iiiiiiiii!i:!  ii ii ;: iiii !iiiiiii!i)!i??)iiii Students and staff alike were entertained at the EV-W Elementary staff variety show Friday morning, Dec. 21. Even superintendent Mark Messman got in on the action The hilarious action was a fitting send- off for students and staff as schools were let out shortly thereafter for Christmas break. Thanks, Deb Kuechle, for sharing your photos! Even more photos from this event (and many, many othersI) can be found in the Photo Gallery at www.tric0untynews.mn (Videos from school concerts, etc., too!)