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The Kalona News, Thursday, November 17, 2011 Page 4B Li i' it Kurt and Jesslca Jones enjoy the ICE Parent Booster's spaghetti dinner with their children, Amara, Kessa and Justice. The KE Parent Boosters hosted the library and purchase books a purchase at the book fair. The a meal and book fair on Nov. 9. from the Scholastic Book Fair KE Parent Boosters use the funds The meal was provided by Zio after the meal. Meals were served donated to purchase items for stu- Johno's and included spaghetti, to approximately 315 people and dents and staff to use in the class- salad,breadsticks and dessert, each family received a coupon rooms. Families were able to browse in from Zio Johno's to use towards Grade 6: Emma Beachy*, Avery Zachary Pettit, Amanda Pfeifer, Ashley Briscoe, Caden Brown, Murphy, Braeden Nielsen, Olivia thy Bender*, Tobyn Bender, Jes: Spencer McVey, Cade Miller, Syd- Blauvelt, Reggie Borntrager, Mi- KaitlinPoock, Addison Rath, Jayla Alison Butters, Austin Cormer, Nisly, Piers O'Harrow, Zachory sica Bender, Jenna Boiler, Delaney ney Moreland, Jordan Murray*, chael Callahan, Alyssa Cummins, Rediger, Carah Reimer, Christo- Levi Duwa, Kirsten Duwa, Hunter Owens, Lindsey Palmer, Rachelle Cady, Hannah Callahan, Charlie Tehya Myles, Alexandria Naylor, Kyle Curry, Keaton Duwa, Kelsi pher Rivet, Creigh Rourke* Cary Eden, Makenzie Fay, Tiffany Fish- Parrott, Keifer Perry, Visouth Pc- Canny, Ciana Carr, Emily Cayton, Spencer Niffen, Paige Peck, Abby Fair, Katie Frantz, Maizy Fugate, Schaefer*, Isaiah Sents*, Ryan er, Brent Foster, Rebecca Frantz, terschmidt, Isaiahn Powell, Carter Ryan Cortum, Caleb Davis, Kar- Pickard, Alex Rath, Matthew Rich, Daniel Gelement, Collin Ging-Slaubaugh, Joshua Slaubaugh, Ashley Gent, Christopher Gent, Reinier, Daniel Riggan, Tate Rob- son Duwa, Ryan Errthum*, Nolan Rosina Ropp, Alan Rowland, Caleb erich, Maya Hall*, Ayden Hall, Delaney Smith, Madison Swartz- Jessica Goll, Rachel Harapat,ertson, Lily Schlabaugh, Jared Faselt, David Fladung, JoshuaRunquist, Benjamin Schneider, Johnathon Haman, Payton Hart,entruber, Jacob Tappan, Marshal Ryan Harapat, Kyle Harland, Me- Schlabaugh, Greta Schmidt, Isa- Fox, Spencer Fox, Naomi Frantz, Adam Schrock, Andrew Short, Halley Haskins, Logan Hemsted, Teets*, Jason Tew, Hannah Titus, dora Helmuth, Bailey Hershberger, bella Sexton, Sorcha Sharp, Calli Hogan Frascht, Dina Gelement,Jacob Slaubaugh, Benjamin Stone, Alyssa Hershberger, ChristianKaylee Truitt, Anna Vilovchik, Destini, Hester, Ireland Hostetler, Shaw, Monica Shryock, Erica Sla- Joshua Gingerich, Eli Gingerich, Kelsey Stone, Kolton Stumpf, Mor- Holdeman, Erin Horesowsky, Ada Melanie Wallington, Gina Waters, Hunter Huffman, Alexandra baugh, Hope Stark, Caleb Statler, Kaleb Goodwin, Natalie Graber*, genne Stutzman, Martha Swartz- Hulsberg*, Terrhyn Jacoby, Claire Rian Alexandra Wesenberg, Gates Humston, Steven Jimenez, Roza- Abby Tornow, Mikayla Ulin, A1- Aleigha Gugel, Montana Hart, entruber, Morgan Sweeting, Jami King, Dusty Knepp, Averi Kron, Wonders, Alison Yoder, Brandon lia Kazakov, Kaitlin Kerkove, Seth exander Vandenburg, Allison Lydia Hassman, Paul Hawbaker,TeBockhorst, Nicholas Tew, Cam- Franchesca Machado, Isaac Mat- Yoder, Shelby Zahradnek* Mann, Duncan McCain, Elijah Watkins, Lauryn Weiss, Elizabeth Brynn Hogue, Adam Huerta.Betts, eron Tolander, Emma Troyer, Han- veyuk, Rachel Miller, Isaac Miller, Grade 7: Brianna Adam, Jas, Meader, Michael Meserole, Noah Wildeboer, Emily Witt, Cole Yoder, Mikayla Humston, Shaylynn Ja-nah VanRoekel*, Alex Vilovchik, Kyle Miller, Stephen Miller, Pey- mine Bagley-Price, Alijah Beatty, Miecznikowski, Amanda Miller,Caleb Yoder. coby, Jazmyne Jones, Eric Knebel, Allyson Wertz, Madison Zahrad- ton Miller, Allison Moreland, Cole Cassidy Bender, Nolan Bertelli, Jared Miller, Ryan Miller, Kristina Grade 8: Jacob Adrian, TannerXena Knepp, Amber Kral, Karra- nek*. Ours, Katie Palmer*, Bailee Peiffer, Sawyer Black, Alexis Bontrager, Millice, Clarice Murphy, Blake Allen, Tasha AI!~, Noah A!ten- lyn Lambert, Rhett Leonard, Kelli * 4.0 hofen, Ian Bahmer, Jamie Ball, Lindemann, Olivia Marshall, Na- Sarah Ball, Samuel Bean, Timo- tasha Matveyuk, Dakota McCall, IMS Lunch Menu November 21 - 25 Monday - Enchilada, fiesta rice, mixed veg- etables, pineapple tidbits Tuesday - Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, kolatches Wednesday - Stuffed crust pizza, applesauce, fresh veggies/dip, cookie Thursday and Friday - No School M-P Lunch Menu November 21 - 25 Monday - Chicken nugget, mashed potatoes, gravy, steamed mixed veggies, cookie Tuesday - Hamburger, parsley potatoes, let- tuce/tomato, go gurt Wednesday - Cook's choice Thursday and Friday - No School Four members of the Mid- Prairie FFA chapter attended the Iowa FFA 212 Degree Confer- ence and one member attended the 360 Degree Conference. The Leadership Conferences were held at the Iowa FFA Enrich- ment Center in Ankeny on Nov. 11-12. Attending the 212 Conference were: Jossie Harland, Kylie Hogue, Alana Mullet, and Dylan Schrock. Participating in the 360 Conference was Zeb Fisher. The conferences were hosted by the Iowa FFA Association. The presenters were Iowa FFA State Officers and program staff from the National FFA Organization. The conferences were attend- ed by FFA members from across the state. Activites of the con- Mid-Prairie FFA members Dylan Schrock, Alana Mullet, Jossie Harland, Zeb Fisher and Kylie Hogue attended the iowa FFA Assocation Leadership Conferences. ference included fun group ac- and study personal growth and tivities and games, ice breakers, influences in your life. at senior .-Star run Continued... from page 1B Cross Country race. Each region represents a team, and from each team, the top five athletes points are compiled to net the final team score. Peter Schwartz (running for the Southeast division), ended up 27th overall, crossing the finish line as the 9th runner for the Southeast team with a time of 17:10 despite low temperatures and a fierce 20mph wind. "It was a tough race", said Schwartz,"But there was not one time that I let myself think about giving up because I knew that this race was it for me, and I would have to push myself, and keep moving up in order to do well." M-P assistant coach Colton Schwartz, Peter's brother noted that he was pleased with his brother's performance. "Even though Peter's time was 20 seconds slower than it was the previous week at state where he ran the course with a time of 16:50, this week he was only 25 sec- Iqloto$cal~ f~lmllttg~ onds behind the previous weeks Heading into the off season, 2A champion Keith Biers, and 3A Peter has high hopes for the rest runner up Conner Smock, which of the school year and is really is closer to those guys than he's looking forward to running mid ever been", to long distances in track this He also noted that when you spring. peak for the state meet, it's difffl- Thanks to all who have support- cult to come back a week later and ed him, and his team mates this run your best time again, so tak- season! hag the less-than-pleasant weather Article Submitted conditions into account, 17:10 is a good time. to PAgTICIPATff: School Choirs, Church Choirs, Singing Groups, and Singing Families. KALONA'S ndANNUA Dece 10th 4:30- 6:00 pm Call to Reserve your Downtown Light Pole TODAY! Call 656-2273 or E-mail us at: (by: Dec. 5th) Choir Costume Contest (Optional) (free iil donations s,ill go to our local FOOD PANTRYt In case 0f bad sveather. Caroling in Kalona svill mose to Kalona Rec