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The Sioux-County Index Reporter Wednesday, February 11, 2009 News 7 COLLEGE NEWS Local students named to Augustana Dean's List Augustana College's Dean's List for the 2008 fall semester cites he academic achievements of 545 students. Local students named o the dean's list are Anne Gayle Gilbertson and Amy Marie 'z-Iulstein. Full-Time students with grade point averages of 3.5 or 'hlgher" are eligible for the Dean's List. Southeast Technical Institute President's List  Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls, S.D., has announced he Fall 2008 Semester President s List. These students have em0nstrated outstanding academic performance in the classroom and in their laboratory setting. 4 The local students achieving this recognition at Southeast !echnical Institute are Kristie Hulley, majoring in Nuclear edicine, and Keith Faber, majoring in Business Administration. Kristie is the daughter of Jeff and Mindi Hulley of Boyden, and 'Keith is the son of Craig and Donna Faber of Rock Valley. : In order to become eligible for the President's List, the student imust be a full-time student and have achieved a minimum grade @omt average of 3.5 for the semester. The students should be com- !"mended for their efforts and performance. Siouxland Blood Drive The Siouxland Community Blood Bank wishes to thank every- one who participated in the Boyden Community blood drive held Tuesday, Jan. 27, at the Demco Center. Fifteen donors registered nd twelve units were collected! We would like to thank everyone for their commitment to giving the girl of life. . Congratulations to the following donors: Donald L. Doorenbos (10) and Craig A. Hoftyzer (6). Additional participants included: Gary P. D'Agrosa, Daryl G. Egdorf, Lillian B. Green Craig R. Harms, John J. Kooiker, Egbert d3. Kragt, Amanda L. Nordgaard, Caroline C. Rensink, Cody L. Rensink, Melanie L. Roemeling, Kayla J. Rosenboom, Brian J. Bchafer, and Nancy A. Van Bruggen. New Opportunity for Youth The Sioux County Extension Office is inviting anyone in 4th-12th grade who loves to cook, wants to learn about cooking or just loves to eat, to attend an informational meeting about a hew Youth Foods Club in Sioux County. The meeting will be Tlaursday, February 26, t 7:00 pm at the Extension Office in Orange City. Children.and parents are encourage to attend, We will discuss details about when the club will meet and program ideas for the club. If your child is 'interested in attending or you want more information about the 4-H Foods Club, call 712-737-4230 or email Cindy Cleveringa at , You do not need to be a current 4-H member o join the club or attend the meeting. Wanted: Grandparents to jump off their Rockers! Our grandparents quit rocking in their chairs and are out helping others by listening to children in classrooms, providing one-to-one support and making friends of all ages. Consider joining the Foster Grandparent Program after attending our upcoming informational meeting! This program offers seniors age 60 and older opportunities to serve as mentors, tutors, and loving caregivers for children. Foster Grandparents, who volunteer an average of 20 hours per week, may receive a financial reimbursement for volunteer time, transportation, and meals. In addition, the program gives seniors who may not oth- erwise have "a reason to get up in the morning" (a common remark from our volunteers) the opportunity to continue to be active in their community. Currently, we have over 85 Foster Grandparents placed in 35 differ- ent sites in Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Plymouth, Sioux and Dickinson County. These Foster Grandparents volunteer in their area schools, Head Start and day care centers. Foster Grandparents assist with reading, writing, math, special activities and, primarily, being a role model to children. Anyone 60 or over who is interested in volunteering in their own community should plan to attend a one-day informational meeting on Thursday, February 19th at Sheldon Middle School in Sheldon from 9:00 am to 2:30 p.m. Even if you are undecided, please join us to learn more about the program. You will be introduced to some of the volunteers and may have opportunity to meet with other volun- teers who participate in this program. Lunch will be provided. Please call the Foster Grandparent office at 712-476-2628. LUNCH MENUS For week of Feb. 16 - 20 . All Meals Served with Milk Boyden-Hull Monday: B-Fast: Elem. - Pop tarts, cheese; H.S. - Cereal, toast Lunch: Submarines, potato chips, lettuce salad, peaches, milk Tuesday: B-Fast: French toast stix, ham slice Lunch: Chicken tenders, whipped potatoes/gravy, apple- sauce, cookie, PI/PB sandwiches Wednesday: B-Fast: Donut, cheese stix Lunch: Hot dogs, baked beans, apple/orange, rice with raisin sauce Thursday: B-Fast: Bacon scramble pizza Lunch: Elem. - Chicken noodle soup; H.S. - Chili; crackers, cin- namon roll, carrots/dip, banana, buttered bread Friday: B-Fast: Egg patty with cheese on bun Lunch: Bar B.Q.'s, pickles, corn, sweet potatoes; Elem. - apples; H.S. - applecrisp/topping Western Christian Monday: President's Day - No School Tuesday: Texas strawhats, green beans, fruit - applesauce, Charlie Brown pie Wednesday: Chicken soup, cin- namon rolls, fruit, apple juice, crackers Thursday: Chicken O's, msh. potato w/gravy, corn, fruit, jello Friday: Club sandwich, tri- tator, Calif. veggies, fruit, rice krispie bar Hull Christian Monday: President's Day - No School Tuesday: Creamed chicken bun, vegetable, fruit, cookie WednesdaY: Special reading week meal Thursday:Pork sandwiches, hashbrown, fruit, cookie Friday: Turkey wrap or weiner wink, potato wedges, vegetable, fruit, fruit pizza 5th Annual Cultural Diversity Day at NCC Northwest Iowa Community College in Sheldon will host its 5th Annual Cultural Diversity Day on Wednesday, February 18, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the NCC cafeteria. There will be booths host- ed by students, faculty, and staff representing the wide range of heritages and cultures which can be found at NCC. The countries/cultures represented last year were: Holland, Judaism, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, Asia and Denmark. The requirements in order to have a booth include: the group must provide food samples of their rep- resented culture, they must be willing to be interviewed by the judges, and have at least one represen- tative at their booth at all times to answer questions from the judges and public. Every booth must have two of the following: artifacts, maps, costumes, music, PowerPoint presen- tations, pictures, and/or performing arts (songs, dances, instrumental music, poem or reading). There will be prizes ranging from $50 - $100 given for Best Appearance, Best Information, and Best Food. The public is invited 'to attend. Stephen Gibbons, NCC Diversity Committee Chairperson and Instructor, commented, "Diversity Day is a fun opportunity to see the creativity of our students and real- ize our own cultural depth. The event is free and we encourage the public to attend. We enjoy show- ing off the talents of our students." Please call 324-5061 or 1-800-352-4907 for more information. Try on a new pair of shoes event at NCC Have you experienced a recent lay-off? Are you worried about the future? HaVe you lost your job? Is your employment uncertain? Is a career change right for you? Then plan to attend Northwest Iowa Community College's flee Try on a New Pair of Shoes event at NCC by exploring the possibilities of a new career. On March 5 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. come to NCC's campus to explore the possibility of going back to school! The event is free and specifically designed for adults to explore different career options. You can come and go at your leisure. The day is designed for adults who may be thinking of a career change to come and explore our labs, tall to instructors, or experi- ment with different pieces of train- ing equipment. From healthcare to accounting our Instructors will be there to answer questions and demonstrate equipment. Are you fascinated by x-rays and what an x-ray of a broken bone might look like? Have you ever wanted to see how lab technicians extract DNA like you see on the tel- evision series CSI? Come to cam- pus March 5 and NCC Instructors will help you listen to what a patient with pneumonia, asthma, or even congestive heart failure actually sounds like. You can look at differ- ent types of x-rays of broken bones board. Come and fool around on and see how professionals extract the technology and see if it interests DNA. you. Do you like healthcare but don't You might have a lot of ques- like the thought of being "hands- tions, fears, and hesitations about on" with patients? During the day going back to school. I have been NCC's Health Information out of school for so long I could Technology Instructor will be never compete with the young kids. demonstrating how to capture, ana- I can't afford to go back to school: lyze and protect digital and tradi- I didn't like school when I was tional medical information vital to there the first time. I won't fit in. providing quality patient care. Don't let your fears stop you from Have you ever wondered what learning more. The event is set up the logic is behind computers and for adults trying to figure out their how they function? Come and next step in life. NCC staff mem- explore 'NCC's computer labs bers will be on hand in a no pres- where students learn various oper- sure environment to answer any ating systems like XP, Windows questions you may have in order for Server 2003, and Linux. Would you you make the right decisions for like to know more about the field of you and your family. artificial intelligence? Instructors This is a free event designed for will be on hand to answer your adults that will allow you hands-on questions and help you to determine experiences in a variety of health- if the computer field is the right fit care and business careers. NCC for you. staff members will answer your According to the International questions about financial aid, regis- Association of Administrative tration, and available resources in Professionals, "The number-one order to help you find your path to skill sought by employers when hir- success. Take the first steps to a ing administrative professionals is new life. NCC staff members computer expertise." Do you think understand how hard it is just it would be cool learning on inter- exploring the possibility of going active technology? Classroom vis- back to school and understand that itors will be engaged in a "hands- some of the hardest steps are the on" software demonstration using first few steps from the car in the state-of-the-art computer technolo- parking lot to the building. gy, including a full-featured Try on a New Pair of Shoes at SMART Board interactive white- NCC! Come for the whole day or Digital Continued from page 1 "Analog was developed by a really smart group in the 1930s with slide rules and vacuum tubes and was how the signal was sent through the air. Today, digital is the standard because of it's higher picture resolution." He continued, "You get eight times the picture resolution." Kiers noted that people call almost every day with questions about the upcoming transition. "They have questions about what they will need, what they should do, and how all of this will affect them," he said. "Just call us. This is an exciting time. .... 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