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e8 Students Youth Thursday, August 29, 2013 News Eden Valley-Watkins school menu 2-6 Monday-Labor Day, no school Tuesday: Choice of two cereals, whole-wheat toast, jelly/marga- rine, fruit selection, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast pizza, fruit selection, milk, or choice of two cereals, whole-wheat toast, jelly/ margarine, fruit selection, milk. Thursday: French toast sticks, syrup, fruit selection, milk or choice of two cereals, whole-wheat toast, jelly/margarine, fruit selection, milk. Friday: WG poptart, cheese stick, fruit selection, milk, or choice of two cereals, whole-wheat toast, jelly/ margarine, fruit selection, milk. Lunch Monday-Labor  no school Tuesday: Chicken patty on a bun orhot ham & cheese sandwich, spinach salad, baby carrots, green pepper strips, fTesh fi'uit, canned fruit, milk. Wednesday: Beef soft taco with lettuce, cheese or turkey wrap, broc- coli florets, ferried beans, cherry tomatoes, fresh fruit, canned fruit, mile Thm'aday: Cheeseburger on a bun or chicken and gravy, mashed potatoes, roll, green peas, baby car- rots, green pepper strips, fresh fruit, canned fruit, milk. Friday: Chicken nuggets or pizza dippers with marinara sauce, com, broccoli, shredded lettuce, fresh fruit, canned fruit, milk. IMPACT field trip In July, IMPACT went on a field trip to St. John's Arboretum. We walked a trail taking us through the prairie, wetlands, hard- wood forest, and oak savanna. We also walked through willow .......... ............. stick sculpture houses. We had an incredible outdoor adventure on this field trip. Nancy Theis Artist Patrick Oougherty created a masterpiece out of saplings (mostly willow) from St. John's Abbey Arboretum. There will be a public celebration for the completion of the sculpture from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, at the sculpture site. Submitted photo. 00Mark Messman Soccer Club is Supe00.,e00.t, Eden VaUey-Watkins Schools recCryit00n00soccerClubi s August 23 Update actively recruiting middle school players for the 2013 fall season, girls and boys in grades 6-12. Play- ers are from ROCORI, Paynes- ville, Eden Valley, and surround- ing area. Soccer fields are located in Paynesville and Richmond. Register soon! Forms are on website at sites. google.com/site/colsoccer. Any questions, please call Mar- sha Meed at (320) 310-2430. Come play Soccer now. Go Roosters! Meeker County 4-H Champions (continued from page 7) Sheep-Market Lamb RC Abbey Schiefelbein KK Sheep Showmanship-Beg. GC Luci Schiefelbein KK Sheep Showmanship-Beg. RC Bailee Schiefelbein KK Sheep Showmanship-Int. GC Abbey Schiefelbein KK Sheep Showmanship-Int. RC Payton Schiefelbein KK Sheep Showmanship-Sr. GC Austin Schiefelbein KK Sheep Showmanship-Sr. RC Shelby Schiefelbein KK Sheep-Lamb Lead-Beg. GC Luci Schiefelbein KK Sheep-Lamb Lead-Beg. GC Gretta Lemke VV Poultry-Show & Hobby GC Gretta Lemke VV Poultry Showmanship-Beg. GC Gretta Lemke VV Poultry Showmanship-Int. GC George Lemke VV Poultry Showmanship-Int. RC Katherine Gathje VV Poultry Skill-A-Thon-Beg. RC Gretta Lemke VV Poultry Skill-A-Thon-Beg. RC Anthony Schettler VV Poultry Skill-A-Thon-Int. RC George Lemke VV Rabbit-Small Breeds RC MaKenna Ludwig VV Rabbit Skill-A-Thon-Beg. GC Taylor Ludwig VV Swine-Breeding Gilt GC Adri- enne Lipinski VV Swine-Litter of Three GC Adri- enne Lipinski VV Swine Showmanship-Beg. GC Madelyn Ludwig VV Swine Showmanship-Int. GC Trevyn Ludwig VV Swine Showmanship-Int. RC MaKenna Ludwig VV Swine Skill-A-Thon-Beg. RC Taylor Ludwig VV Swine Skill-A-Thon-Int. GC Trevyn Ludwig VV Swine Skill-A-Thon-Int. RC MaKenna Ludwig VV Vegetable Gardening GC Kris- tina Kastanek KK Eden Valley - Watldns Agriculture EV-W Agriculture instruc- tor and EFA advisor, Tracy Huhn has recently received an Honor- ary American FFA Degree. The Honorary American FEA Degree is given to teachers who have cre- ated high-quality agricultural education programs. Other quali- fications are that 85 percent of the teacher's agriculture students are in FFA and the teacher must have been an agriculture instructor for at least 10 years. Tracy was one of 54 teachers in the nation and one of two in Minnesota to receive the award this year. The EV-W agriculture commu- nity, FFA alumni, school district faculty and staff are extremely proud of Tracy's recent recogni- tion and commend her for the pro- gressive development of our agri- culture program. Workshop Week This is just another opportu- nity for me to welcome the EVW staff back to our opening work- shop week on Monday, Aug. 26. This has certainly been a reward- ing summer for me as I continue the role of superintendent and serve the staff, students, and area communities of the school dis- trict. I'll look forward to visiting with you next week. EV-W agriculture teacher honored with national FFA award By Mike Nistler, Staff writer The state of Minnesota now knows what the folks in Eden Valley and Watkins have known for some time: agriculture teacher Tracy Huhn is one of the state's best. Huhn learned that she has received an Honorary American FFA Degree which is given to teach- ers who have created high-quality agricultural education programs. Other qualifications are that 85 per- cent of the teacher's agriculture stu- dents are in FFA and the teacher must have been an agriculture instructor for at least 10 years. Huhn, who teaches in the Eden Valley-Watkins school dis- trict, was one of 54 teachers in the nation and one of two in state to receive the award this year. Huhn will receive the award at the National FFA Convention Fri- day, Nov. 1 in Louisville. "I was notified this spring that I met the qualifications and was asked to fill out a two-page applica- tion, said Huhn, who was featured in the Tri-County News in May for her outstanding work at the school. Areas Huhn was judged on: Classroom instruction - "I teach college-level Animal Science for University of Minnesota credit, and welding articulation credit." Student career development- "I have had numerous state degree, American degree, and proficiency winners - including a national proficiency winner." Student contests and lead- ership positions - "I have had numerous state and Region 5 FFA officers, various teams competing in dairy, meats and general live- stock judging, etc. My parliamen- tary procedure team won the state contest in 2003 and competed at the national level." Partnerships and promotion - "Eden Valley-Watkins FFA alumni supports our chapter through a test plot, corn drive, FFA week root beer floats, Valley Daze Parade and scholarships." Ag program expansion - "Grants received were more than $6,000 this year for our FFA and ag programs, expanding from twohours/day to almost full-time at Eden Valley-Watkins High School." Professional development- "I am a member of the Minnesota Association of Agriculture Educa- tors (MAAE) as well as the national association organizations. I was selected as the Region 5 MAAE Young Member of the year in 2008. Eden Valley-Watkins received the Secondary School Program of the year in 2005." "Tracy is an outstanding edu- cator," said principal Bruce Kiehn. "She is a dedicated and innovative teacher who has done a superb job in creating educational experiences that have benefited our students tremendously. Receiving this award is a true testament to her hard work and desire to provide the best learn- ing opportunities for youth. Our district is very proud of her." Rabbit Skill-A-Thon-Int. RC Shelby Kuechle VV Scrapbooking GC lustine Miller KK Sheep-Breeding Ewe GC Austin Schiefelbein KK Sheep-Breeding Ewe RC Austin Schiefelbein KK Sheep-Market Lamb GC Shelby Schiefelbein KK N00ews of our students Paiten Schreiner, daughter of Tom and Kelli Schreiner of Kimball, has enrolled at the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph. Classes began Aug. 26. Patrick Arnold, son oi Margaret and John Arnold of Kimball, has enrolled at St. John's University for the 2013-14 academic year. Classes began Aug. 26. Sheep-Lamb Lead-Beg. RC Water/Wetlands Bailee Schiefelbein KK Gohmann KK Sheep-lamb Lead-Int. GC Water/Wetlands RC Bailee Abbey Schiefelbein KK Schiefelbein KK Sheep-Lamb Lead-Int. RC Wildlife Biology RC Gregory George Lemke VV Gathje VV Sheep-Lamb Lead-Sr. GC Youth Leadership GC Shelby Shelby Schiefelbein KK Schiefelbein KK Sheep Interview GC George Youth Leadership RC Cora Lemke VV Gohmann KK for the the latest information in your commu00Z Eden Valtey-Wa.ine (do Tfi.Counly News ......... News is available it: ie available at: : WATKINS: .... SOUTH HAVEN: j!!':  Stein'e Thdftway Foods (Tesoro) i / Mike'sSm Local II. Cun F0s Valley Beats &Grocery Local Stode Casey's Store Local life, Xd.County Nm OR su=R,B00 ANO . TO vOUR GC Casey Clippers lose at state but celebrate great season By Pat Garry, Staff writer The Watkins Clippers bat- tled the Maple Lake Lakers Friday night, Aug. 23, at Irish Stadium, in Class C State Tournament action. Having earned a first-round bye, the Clippers fell short in the sec- ond round of the tourney, los- ing to the Lakers 9-2. Matt Geis- linger pitched just over an inning and took the loss, giving up 4 runs on as many hits. He was relieved by Sacred Heart native Jeremy Hinderks, who went six innings and surrendered 5 runs on 7 hits. Bruce Geislinger mopped up, throwing an inning and giving up no runs. Maple Lake's Mitch Wurm got the win. Box Score: MAPLE LAKE (9) WATKINS CLIPPERS (2) MAPLE LAKE AB R H BI Graham Brown 4 4 3 1 Tim Queck 5 1 2 0 ChadRaiche 5 1 0 1 Dusty Decker 4 0 1 2 MitchWurm 3 0 1 2 NateJohnson 5 0 0 0 MattBergstrom 5 0 0 0 Brian Redemske 3 1 0 0 LukeFobbe 5 2 2 0 TOTALS 39 9 9 6 WATKINS CLIPPERS AB R H BI Dan Berg 4 0 0 0 AdamHiltner 4 0 1 0 KevinKramer 4 0 3 0 MattGeislinger 4 0 0 0 Grant Warren 4 0 0 0 BrendanAshton 3 1 0 0 MiahKramer 3 1 2 0 Tyler Long 2 0 0 1 MikeBeier 2 0 0 1 TOTALS 30 2 6 2 MAPLE LAKE 130 103 I00 -- 9 CLIPPERS 000 020 000 -- 2 The Clippers enjoyed their play- off run, leading to the state tour- nament. Though they left early, they put the lid on a very respect- able 20-8 season record.