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9b PAGE 12 28, 2016 ..... ..... www.tricountynews.mn Eden Valley-Watkins High School is celebrating Snow Daze all this week. The variety show and coronation kicked off the week Monday afternoon, with Blaine Fodstad and Dyani Acosta being crowned king and queen. Each day this week there's a different theme and set of activities. Watch in next week's Tri-County News for a photographic recap of 2016 Snow Daze? Staff photos by Jean Doran Matua. EV-W auditions Auditions will be held in mid-February for "Grease the Musical" to be performed the first week in May by the EV-W Drama Club. Upper elementary students, teens, and adults from our com- munities are welcome to attend auditions. Grease has great parts for both guys and girls. Auditions: Tuesday, Feb. 16, 6-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Feb. 17, 3:15-5:30 p.m.; and Thursday, Feb. 18-6-8:30 p.m. Call-backs: Tuesday, Feb. 23, 6-8:30 p.m. Rehearsals begin Thursday, Feb. 25, at 6 p.m. Rehearsal days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday eve- nings 6-9 p.m., and Wednesdays, 3:15-5:15 p.m. Call Vicki Meyer at (320) 224- 1371, or Kris Latcham at (320) 493- 9812 with questions. Friday Update By Mark Messman, Superintendent, EV-W Schools Firms of Endearment I've made reference to the EV-W School District's culture and envi- ronment on numerous occa- sions. An organization's culture is reflected in the level of success, satisfaction and competitiveness of the outcomes and final prod- ucts. We're proud of our EV-W schools and the multitude of suc- cesses experienced in academics, activities, and the arts. Firms of Endearment is a book that describes organiza- tional transformation from the inside out. It identifies some of the most successful private and pub- lic companies along with simi- lar traits and characteristics that fuel their success stories. Today's greatest companies have identi- fied a strategic target and purpose that includes customer satisfac- tion, partnerships with the com- munity, stakeholder feedback, and acquiring employees that thrive in a team setting. There is no secret ingredient that goes into creat- ing and sustaining a positive orga- nizational culture, but the book Jan. 22, 2016 offers foui key pillars for building a successful organization: Value people as much as possible. To give is to get. As you ahelp others, they will help others and it becomes contagious. Put trust and honesty above all else. Ensure the employees under- stand the significance of their work. As I walk throughout our school buildings and observe the positive interactions among our students and staff, I'm assured of the pas- sion and purpose that drives our successful EV-W organization. People are engaging each other in respectful conversations, mak- ing connections and building rela- tionships, and smiling and laugh- ing together. Our staff demon- strates empathy and care, they continue to support one another, and collaborate to share their aca- demic expertise to improve the team's performance. I'm confident our EV-W employees understand the significance of their work and the responsibility of educating and preparing tomorrow's leaders. Sustaining a positive school culture and environment will con- tinue to be one of our top priorities at EV-W. We recognize the impor- tance of generating awareness and purpose in maintaining this ideal environment. We also realize the benefits that a positive culture and environment will have on our own well-being and the future success of our students. Every employee has a responsibility to make this a great place to work and learn, and each of us is responsible for the way we do business with our stu- dents, families, stakeholders, and community. Senior Spotlight The EV-W School District would like to recognize Bobby Kipf, son of Heather and Chad. Bobby admires his father's work ethic and determination in get- ting things done. Bobby is actively involved in 4-H, the high school shooting league, and has also served as an FFA officer the past four years. He's been honored with the FFA Chapter Degree, Green Hand Degree, Discover Degree, and soon to receive the State Degree. Congratulations from the EV-W staff and administration. River Lakes' boys overwhelmed by Minneapolis By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Stars rolled into the Parade Ice Garden Saturday, Jan. 23, to take on a quality Minneapolis bunch. Despite a 32-22 shots- on-goal River Lakes advan- tage, Minneapolis prevailed with a 4-0 shutout. First Period - Scoring: MPLS - Taleen Goal (even strength) (Erickson, Lieb) 15:37. Penalties: Thompson, RVRLKS (Slashing, Minor, 2 rain.) 10:10; Gholl, MPLS (Tripping, Minor, 2 min.) 10:10; Leusink, RVRLKS (Tripping, Minor, 2 min.) 15:52. Goalie Changes: None. Second Period - Scoring: MPLS - Kjome Goal (even strength) (Erickson, Lieb) 3:29; MPLS - Erickson Goal (even strength) (Schweiger) 6:25; MPLS Peterson Goal (even strength) 10:53. Penalties: None. Goalie Changes: None. Third Period - Scoring: None. Penalties: Noun, MPLS (Tripping, Minor, 2 min.) 12:20; Krause, MPLS (Too Many Men on the Ice, Minor, 2 min.) 15:06. Goalie Changes: None. Tough week for River Lakes' boys By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The Stars lost to Alexandria, 4-2, Tuesday, Jan. 19, despite winning the shots on goal con- test, 21-20. Their woes contin- ued Thursday, Jan. 21, as they lost a close, overtime battle to Fergus Falls, 2-1, at the Fergus Falls Community Arena. Shots on goal favored Fergus, 35-17. (Alexandria Game): First Period - Scoring: RVRLKS - Mooney Goal (even strength) (Pulsifer) 11:14; ALEX - Larson Goal (even strength) (Strong, Powell) 13:40; ALEX- Strong Goal (even strength) (Steffl) 14:19. Penalties: Birkeland, ALEX (Tripping, Minor, 2 min.) 8:12; Smith, ALEX (Interference, Minor, 2 min.) 12:42. Goalie Changes: None. Second Period - Scoring: None. Penalties: Smith, ALEX, (Charging, Minor, 2 min.) 6:51; Steffl, ALEX (Tripping, Minor, 2 rain.) 8:28; Stanger, RVRLKS (Tripping, Minor, 2 min.) 11:19; Jenson, RVRLKS (Too Many Men on the Ice, Minor, 2 min.) 13:28. Goalie Changes: None. Third Period - Scoring: RVRLKS - Rosenberger Goal (even strength) 3:12; ALEX - Berning Goal (even strength) (Strong) 10:23; ALEX- Strong Goal (even strength) 16:59. Penalties: Folsom, ALEX (Tripping, Minor, 2 min.) 4:43; Madison, RVRLKS (Cross-Checking, Minor, 2 min.) 8:04. Goalie Changes: None. (Fergus Fails Game): First Period - Scoring: FERGUS - Hobbs Goal (even strength) (Johnson, Wentworth) 13:35. Penalties: Zierden, FERGUS (Tripping, Minor, 2 rain.) 6:32; Swanson, FERGUS (Elbowing, Minor, 2 min.) 11:13. Goalie Changes: None. Second Period - Scoring: None. Penalties: Schirmers, RVRLKS (Tripping, Minor, 2 min.) 0:54; Klosterman, RVRLKS (Interference, Minor, 2 min.) 6:30; Mann, FERGUS (Charging, Major, 5 min.) 12:23; Klosterman, RVRLKS (Tripping, Minor, 2 min.) 16:52: Goalie Changes: None. Third Period - Scoring: RVRLKS - Stanger. Goal (short-handed) 13:51. Penalties: Holzer, RVRLKS (Elbowing, Minor, 2 min.) 8:31; Madison, RVRLKS (Interference, Minor, 2 min.) 12:08. Goalie Changes: None. OT1 Period - Scoring: FERGUS - Mann Goal (power play) (Longtin) 2:41. Penalties: Leusink, RVRLKS (Elbowing, Minor, 2 min.) 1:53. Goalie Changes: None. River Lakes' girls win one, drop one By Pat Garry, Staff Writer The girls defeated Alexandria, 4-2, Tuesday, Jan. 19, at the Runestone Community Center. On Thursday, they were swal- lowed up by a formidable Fergus Falls team, 6-2, at the Koronis Civic Arena. Shots on goal in Tuesday's game favored Alexandria, 31-18. (Thursday) Shots on goal favored River Lakes, 28-26. (Alex Game): First Period - Scoring: RVRLAK - Mugge Goal (even strength) 1:30; ALEX - Wosepka Goal (even strength) (Ellingson) 9:58. Penalties: None. Goalie Changes: None. Second Period- Scoring: RVRLAK - Mugge Goal (even strength) (Anfinson) 8:18; ALEX - Revering Goal (even strength) (Richardson) 8:44; RVRLAK Mugge" Goal (even strength) 12:36; RVRLAK - Meed Goal (even strength) 16:08. Penalties: Minnerath, ALEX (High-Sticking, Minor, 2 min.) 3:51; Niska, ALEX (Slashing, Minor, 2 min.) 8:52; King, RVRLAK (Interference, Minor, 2 min.) 9:01; Mugge, RVRLAK (Hooking, Minor, 2 min.) 9:36. Goalie Changes: None. Third Period - Scoring: None. Penalties: Niska, ALEX (Body Checking, Minor, 2 min.) 8:03. Goalie Changes: None. (Fergus Game): First Period - Scoring: FERGUS - Rausch Goal (even strength) 2:30. Penalties: Hanson, RVRLAK (Minor, 2 min.) 8:30; Ohman, FERGUS (Minor, 2 min.) 13:53; Rausch, FERGUS (Minor, 2 min.) 16:44. Goalie Changes: None. Second Period - Scoring: FERGUS - Rausch Goal (even strength) (Hobbes) 16:56. Penalties: Meed, RVRLAK (Minor, 2 min.) 13:51. Goalie Changes: None. Third Period - Scoring: FERGUS - Rausch Goal (even strength) (Hobbes) 1:49; FERGUS Hobbes Goal (even strength) (Baker) 6:16; RVRLAK - Mugge Goal (power play) 9:16; RVRLAK - Flint Goal (power play) (King, Meed) 10:06; FERGUS - Baker Goal (even strength) (Rausch) 10:52; FERGUS - Ohman Goal (even strength, EN) 15:55. Penalties: Flint, RVRLAK (Minor, 2 min.) 4:07; Ohman, FERGUS (Minor, 2 min.) 7:17; Sheridan, FERGUS (Minor, 2 min.) 10:01; Meed, RVRLAK (Minor, 2 min.)15:06; Sheridan, FERGUS (Minor, 2 min.) 15:28. Goalie Changes: None.