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Page 8 February 14th, 2013 Valley News & Views The Adventures on Reading Island Continue Welcome back to the Laiken and Taylor Column! The girls' basketball is winding to down to an end. On Tuesday, February fifth the girls had a game in North Border. The seventh grade won 47-16, the eighth grade lost 22-47, the W lost 29-45, and the Varsity won 52 -37. At the end of the semester, the seventh grade stopped taking Phy Ed and Keyboarding and started Health and Life Skills. On February eighth the seventh graders made their first dish: Veggie pizza. It was a simplier dish, but requiring many of the skills needed for cooking: chopping, mixing, and oven use. It was fun[ Reading month is already half over! This year's theme is "Lost on Reading Island". The kids love it. For reading month their goal is for every kid to read at least 100 minutes every week or have their parents read to them to get some extra points, and if they read 200 minutes they get even more points! Each class gets points for reading, dressing up according to the special Reading Month calendar, and answering trivia questions. The class that has the most points at the end of the month gets a parW! Mrs. Lee is the coordinator of all of the reading month activities and puts a lot of work into it. Junior high and junior varsity boys' basketball is over now. Varsity has the district tournament this weekend and if they do well theywill advance to regionals but if they don't do well they will be done also. During science, the seventh grade class got to go outside and throw hot water into the air. It was so cold, it evaporated before hitting the ground! They also got to blow bubbles, and when the bubbles landed on the ground, they froze. Lifetouch pictures are on February twenty-first. Make sure the kids smile bigI Thanks for reading our column, you can email us at laikentaylor.column@gmail. com and have a great week! A Lesson On Main Street I'm sure that a few of those folks will eventually pass through here because of it. I'd bet on it. Finally, what helps the restaurant, or other local businesses, helps us all. Customers keep Kip up and running and putting out good chow for them and us, while providing jobs for locals and serving as a beacon to bring in more visitors. As a community, we need outsiders and outside money to strengthen our economy. We should all be boosters. Now, I might have done the other thing and sped by after tailgating them a little, while cussing them and letting them fend for themselves. Somehow making sure they knew I was irritated with them. If they found the restaurant, no matter how good the food was, it probably wouldn't Continued have been near as good as it would have been without the bad experience. Of course they would later go tell their friends and acquaintances what a bad time they had in Drayton, what an unfriendly town it was and why no one should ever go there. A negative Butterfly Effect, with one person causing enough misery on Main Street to turn away ten's or even hundreds from the community over time. Uff-da, lesson learned. As a small town that could use an economic boost, we need all the outside trade we can get. Just forming the habit as a community of treating people decently, which is how we should treat each other anyway, will eventually lead to a reputation of being a friendly town. Visitors are drawn to friendly towns. Simple, easy and effective. Makes us feel good and pays February Spring is Just Around the Corner S 00ecials St. Thomas Public Sch601 Lunch Menu: ':! Through Friday February 22nd Thursday February 14th Pizza Chicken Nuggets Friday February 15th Rolls Tomato Soup with Tuna Sandwiches Monday February 18th Cereal Turkey and Bacon Wraps Tuesday February 19th French Toast Beef Stroganoff Wednesday February 20th Cheese Omelets Hot Ham and Cheese Thursday February 21st Wraps Super Nachos Friday February 22nd NO SCHOOL 2 - 12 Packs of Coke Products Only ;8.99 PLAY the North Dakota Lottery HERE! As A Toad Thinketh... Business conventions are important because they demonstrate how many people a company can operate without. Sudoku Answers 257814693 691357824 834629571 928165347 176432958 345978162 413796285 589241736 762583419 Crossword Solution From Page 1 dividends in the long run. Plus the more visitors we attract, the more potential opportunities we create for ourselves. Just one of many little things we can do to improve and take more pride in our community. The Reading Month adventure continues at the Drayton School as the elementary students pour into their reading assignments in an effort to overcome the dark and negative attitude of the as of yet unrepentant Raquel Reading and try to help Little Red Reading Hood leam to read. All on Reading Island. Mrs. Lee wasn't around on Tuesday, but Private Reader (yes, we know that's a naval uniform) made herseff available to some of the pre-schoolers and did a little reading for them. The kids starting with the closest and working around are Ryan Corrict Paige Morris, Isabella Behm, Chloe Linster and Landon Mapel. This is the first year the pre-school kids have participated in Reading Month and are really getting into it. A Couple Squeakers in Monday Night's Basketball There was some great basketball action at the Drayton School on Mondayas the Titans took on Larimore. A large crowd gathered in the gymnasium to cheer the teams on. Two of the games ran down to the wire with the Drayton Public School Lunch Menu Through Friday February 22nd Roast Pork, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Bun, Green Beans, Mandarin Oranges, and Milk Wednesday February 20th Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Milk Chicken Burger on Bun, Romaine Lettuce with Tomatoes, Corn, Fruit, and Milk Thursday February 21 st Egg Bake, Fruit or Juice, and Milk Taco Pizza, Romaine Lettuce with Tomatoes, Black Beans, Carrot Sticks, Pears, and Milk Friday February 22nd Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Milk Pancakes, Breakfast sausage, Veggies, Fruit, and Milk Thursday February 14th Pancakes, Ham Patties, Juice, and Milk Taco in a Bag, Romaine Lettuce with Tomatoes, Broccoli with Black Beans, Strawberries, Milk Friday February 15th Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Milk Hamburger on a Bun, Potato Variety, Corn, Mixed Fruit, and Milk Monday February 18th Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Milk TurkeyorHamSubs, Romaine Lettuce with Tomatoes, Peas, Carrots, Applesauce, and Milk Tuesday February 19th Sausage Gravy on Biscuit, Juice, and Milk C_H EV P.OLET I  lf You Can't Find What You're Looking For... 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