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Faith and Family Plus School Menus For the period from Monday through Friday, March 5-9 Western Christian Monday: Mr. Rib or fish sandwich, French fries, carrots, fruit and almond bar Tuesday: French toast, omelet, hash browns, sausage links, fruit and juice Wednesday: Ham-and-turkey wrap, green beans, fruit and apple crisp Thursday: Chicken strips, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, fruit and gelatin Friday: Corn dogs, potato wedges, baked beans, fruit and fruit salad Hull Christian Monday= Sub sandwiches, fresh fruit, fruit and dessert Tuesday: Breakfast wrap, corn, fruit and gelatin Wednesday: Soup, monkey bread and fruit Thursday: Chicken fajitas, vegetable tray and fruit Friday: Mandarin chicken, egg rolls, rice, broccoli, fruit and ice cream blizzards Boyden-Hull Elementary School Monday: Chicken nuggets, baked potato half, butter and sour cream, seasoned broccoli and whole grain bread; Alternative Entree: Chef salad and ham submarine sandwich Tuesday: Homemade chili, mini cinnamon rolls, saltine crack- ers and buttered green beans; Alternative Entr6e: Crispy chicken salad and turkey submarine sandwich Wednesday= Herb-roasted turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, buttered carrots and a slice of whole grain bread; Alternative Entree: Chicken Caesar salad and turkey ranch wrap Thursday: Beefy nachos, homemade cheese sauce, lettuce, tomato, sour cream, seasoned corn and brown rice; Alternative Entree: Taco salad and slider combo Friday: French toast sticks with syrup, scrambled eggs and tri-tater; Alternative Entree:Tuna salad bowl and yogurt pack High School Monday: Chicken nuggets, baked potato half, butter and sour cream, seasoned broccoli and whole grain bread; Alternative Entree: Chef salad, ham submarine sandwich or chicken cheese steak Tuesday: Homemade chili, mini cinnamon rolls, saltine crack- ers and buttered green beans;; Alternative Entree: Crispy chick- en salad, turkey submarine sandwich or corn dogs on a stick Wednesday: Herb-roasted turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, buttered carrots and a slice of whole grain bread; Alternative Entree: Chicken Caesar salad, turkey ranch wrap or pizza parlor pizza Thursday: Beefy nachos, homemade cheese sauce, lettuce, tomato, sour cream, seasoned corn and brown rice; Alternative Entree: Taco salad, slider combo or chicken patty on a whole grain bun. Friday: French toast sticks with syrup, scrambled eggs and tri-tater; Alternative Entr6e:Tuna salad bowl, yogurt pack or cheese pizza Breakfast Program Monday: Large muffin or breakfast pizza Tuesday: Breakfast sandwich or breakfast pizza Wednesday: Pancake on a stick or breakfast pizza Thursday: Breakfast pizza Friday: Large cinnamon roll Options include: Assorted fruit or fruit juice, one percent low fat milk, skim milk, one percent Iowfat chocolate milk Wedding De Wild, DeJager wedding Sarah Beth DeWild and Cody Darin DeJager were mar- fled Friday, Aug. 26, 2011, at First Christian Reformed Church in Hull. Pastor Gideon Wamala from Calvin Christian Reformed Church in Rock Valley officiated the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Jarvis and Shari DeWild of Hull. The groom is the son of Darwin and Carla DeJager of Doon. The grandparents of the bride are Gerald and Harriet Kroese of Hull and Lawrence DeWild of Sheldon. The grandparents of the groom are Don and Helen DeJager of Rock Valley. The maid of honor was Ali Kroese, a cousin and friend of the bride. The bride's attendants were Jon DeWild, Jeremy DeWild, Jeff DeWild, brothers of the bride, Jen De Wild, a sister-in-law of the bride and Marcus Kroese, a cousin of the bride. The personal attendants were Kristi Harthoorn and Chelsey Teunissen, both friends of the couple. The best man was Josh DeJager, a brother of the groom. The groom's attendants were Angie DeBoer, a sister of the groom, Andon DeBoer, a brother-in-law of the groom, Shonna De Jager, a sister-in-law of the groom, Colton Harthoorn, a friend of the couple and Jesse De Jager, a cousin of the groom. The ushers were Jeremy Van't Hul and Jerrad Van't HUl, both cousins of the groom. The flower girls were Hanley DeBoer, a niece of the groom, and Kylie DeJager, a cousin of the groom. The ring bearer was Kaden De Jager, a cousin of the groom. The reception took place at the Demco Community Center in Boyden. The bride works in the business office at the Hegg Medical Clinic Avera in Rock Valley and the groom works on a family farm north of Doon. The couple traveled to Jamaica in January for their hon- eymoon. They currently reside in Doon. College Notebook NCC discusses future and affirmative action SHELDON -- Northwest Iowa Community College had a board of trustees meeting on Monday, Feb. 20, in Building A on campus to discuss several items. The board of trustees evaluated the- business management program. The group also covered an affir- mative action plan, dormitory rev- enue refunding bonds and an indus- trial new jobs training agreement with Patrick Cudahy. Hull resident and board of trust- ees member Larry Hoekstra gave the Iowa Association of Community Colleges Trustees report. NCC Campus notes Phi Theta Kappa inductions Several local students were inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa honor society chapter at Northwest Iowa Community College. The local students are Clazina Biota of Doon, Roger DeBoer of Boyden, Erica Beth Robertson of Rock Valley and Elizabeth Warnties from Hull. NCC's chapter is called Beta Lambda Pi. Students had to meet eligibility requirements and possess a grade-point average of at least 3.5. Some service learning projects NCC students partake in are the following: Soles for Souls shoe drive, book and toy drives, campus clean- up and collecting personal care items for Family Crisis Centers of Northwest Iowa. Computer classes -- There will be a class on learning Microsoft Excel 2010 on Wednesday, Feb. 29 and March 7 in the Sioux Center Computer Lab. The cost is S39. Twyla Vogel is the instructor. Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet pro- gram for businesses and consumers.This is a hands-on course. Students will learn how to sort data, create simple formulas and insert graphs and charts. Electrical course  Northwest Iowa Community College will offer an elec- trical course called Variable Frequency Drives on Wednesday, March 7, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Building C, room 305 on campus. This course will cover basic operation and parameters in drives. Participants will be allowed to perform hands-on programming. Scott Abbott is the instructor. The fee is $75. The course is approved for six Iowa electrical non-code continuing educa- tion credits. For information and to enroll in cours- es at NCC, call 1-712-324-5061 or 1-800- 352-4907 and ask for continuing educa- tion. DORDT Schelhaas to speak on campus SIOUX CENTER -- Dordt College graduate Nate Schelhaas will talk about the actuarial profession and his experiences this Friday at 11 a.m. in the Ribbens Academic Complex. Dordt will begin offering mathemat- ics programs in actuarial science and statistics this fall. The public is invited to attend the event. High school students are strongly urged to attend. Lunch will be provided after Schelhaas' presen- tation. For information, call the admissions office at 1-800-343-6738. Campus notes Instrumental ensembles concert Dordt's Campus-Community Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band and Chamber Winds ensembles will all perform Friday at 7:30 p.m. at B.J. Haan Auditorium. The concert is free but a freewill offering will be received. Pieces from Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams and the big-band era will be performed. Local students study off cam- pus  Lindsey Folkerts of Inwood, Alyssa Hoogendoorn and Kyle Van Otterloo from Rock Valley all studied in Chicago during the fall 2011 semes- ter. Hull's Teresa De Wit studied at the Contemporary Music Center in Nashville. Omaha Chamber Singers  The Omaha Chamber Singers will perform Saturday at 7 p.m. at the B.J. Haan Auditorium. This is a 24-piece vocal ensemble from Nebraska. This concert is free of charge. NORTHWESTERN Sas, Rozeboom serve during break ORANGE CITY -- Northwestern College students Angie Sas and Carly Rozeboom are enrolled in the school's Spring Service Projects program. Spring Service Project members raise their own travel funds. Rozeboom and Sas will participate in short-term mission work at the Cary Christian Center in Mississippi. Sas is a junior majoring in social work. Rozeboom is a freshman social work student. They will assist with a dental clinic and child education pro- grams while down there. Campus notes Poetry reading  Poet Samuel Martin will read tonight at 8 p.m. in theTe Paske Gallery of the Thea G. Korver Visual Arts Center. The event is free. Receptions will follow. This is part of Northwestern's Deep Song Reading Series. Iowa Ethiopia -- The touring com- pany of Northwestern College's theatre department will present "Iowa Ethiopia" on Sunday, March 18, at 5 p.m. in the New Life Reformed Church in Sioux Center. The play is centered on life and religion in Ethiopia during the 1960s and 1970s, based on the life of Sioux Center-based nurse missionary Arlene Schuiteman. IOWA CENTRAL C.C. Three named to Dean's List FORT DODGE -- Hull's Ryan Te Krony and Kasie Jensen and Brialle Veldman from Rock Valley were both named to the fall 2011 President's List. All three of those students earned 4.0 grade-point averages and were enrolled in at least 12 credit hours of course work. SCENES FROM THE S00OULAND Nicole Ewoldt, Brittney Wallenburg and Jocelyn Doorenbos cheer on the Boyden-Hull High School boys basketball team at the Class 1A substate championship on Saturday at Tyson Events Center. -- Photo by Eric Viccaro, Sioux County Index-Reporter Brent Kleinwolterink and Greg Van Roekel compete during a firefight on The Hull Public Library showcase cur- Saturday, Feb. 18, on Railroad Avenue in the city. -- Photo by Eric Viccaro, rently has a winter display. -- Photo by Sioux County Index-Reporter Eric Viccaro, Sioux County Index-Reporter