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04 Broadcaster Press February 18, 2014 www.broadcasteronline.com Annual fair stresses fun, fitness, wellness SCHOOL MENUS Menus listed below are for February 19 – February 25. Menus are subject to change without notice. Vermillion Elementary & Middle School - Breakfast Available everyday: Breakfast entrée or choice of cereals with toast. Fruit or Fruit Juice, Milk choices. Wednesday – Homestyle Fruit Muffin Square, Fruit, Milk Choices Thursday – Pancake Sausage Stick, Fruit, Milk Choices Friday – Fresh Baked Cinnamon Roll, 100% Fruit Juice, Milk Choices Monday – French Toast Sticks with Syrup, Fruit, Milk Choices Tuesday – Breakfast Pizza, Fruit, Milk Choices Vermillion Elementary Schools – A bird’s eye view of the annual Community Health and Wellness Fair, which was held Feb. 8 Lunch in the Lee Medicine Building on the USD campus. Wednesday- A. Pizza (Photo by Travis Gulbrandson) Hut Pizza (Jolley), Cheese Pizza (Austin), B. Fish gives you something to do,” Sandwich, Steamed Carrots Hardie said. Thursday- A. Hot Dog, Another popular booth B. Tator Tot Hot dish, was “Eyes in a Box,” which discussed eye maintenance, Whole Grain Roll, Peas, health and safety using life- Fresh Baked Sugar Cookie size models that could be Friday – A. Italian taken apart to show the Dunkers with Marinara individual components of Sauce, B. Grilled Chicken the eye. Sandwich, Green Beans The booth also gave Monday – A. visitors a chance to see Homestyle Cavatini, what it’s like to have eyeBreadstick, B. Baked related disorders. Crispy Chicken “We have goggles that dealt with the Children’s By Travis Gulbrandson Sandwich, Peas mimic eye diseases, so travis.gulbrandson@plaintalk.net Health Fitness Initiative Tuesday – A. White people that haven’t (fit). Bean Chicken Chili, B. experienced them Last Saturday was a “Fit is a choices themselves can actually see Mini Corn Dogs, Golden boon to health-minded platform to build Corn, Frosted Cinnamon what it’s like to have Vermillion area residents. awareness of how your Roll glaucoma, cataracts and That’s because it was the sleep and your mood macular degeneration,” said day of the annual impact the choices that you Vermillion High & nursing student Natalie Community Health & make for food and middle school – Lunch Ray. Wellness Fair, which was movement,” said Donna Wednesday – A. Pizza, Heather Petrino, held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hardie, fit coordinator for Wednesday – A. Pizza, B. wellness coordinator with in the Lee Medicine Sanford Health. They’re all Fish & Cheese Sandwich, the USD Wellness Center, Building on the USD connected, but it’s really a C. Ham & Cheese was on hand doing body campus. health activation program Sandwich, Steamed composition girth The event gave residents to activate healthy Carrots measurements, as well as the chance to visit behaviors through choices. Thursday – A. Hot 10-minute yoga sessions. approximately 40 booths, By giving children … Dog, B. Tator Tot Hot “It’s for when people are and take more than 15 free awareness of the choices dish, Whole Grain Roll, at work and sitting down, lab screenings, alone with they can make to better C. Oriental Salad, so that they have ways to eight others at a reduced their health or maintain do different poses to release fee – all with an eye toward their health.” the tension, the stress in getting a better idea of Also wandering their neck, and just their general health. throughout the fair were basically take a few deep “We’ve had a fantastic three people costumed as turnout this year,” said characters from the fit Web breaths to help manage stress,” Petrino said. Mary Merrigan, director of site, which is a partnership The whole day was “very public relations for Sanford between Sanford and busy,” she said. Vermillion, which coWebMD. “The body composition hosted the fair with the “The little kids are has been phenomenal. I got USD health professions excited to see them, and programs. they represent the program here about just before 9, and we’ve been going “(There has been) a lot that we have running in nonstop since,” Petrino more consistent traffic elementary schools right said. “It’s good information throughout the health fair, now,” Merrigan said. “It to get to the public, so they so that’s been fun to see, promotes fitness in can know numbers and and we’ve really noticed children, and really know where they should be people taking advantage of heightens the idea of what to reduce that the family-friendly kids need to be thinking cardiovascular risk.” atmosphere,” Merrigan about so they can have “We’re really excited said. healthy habits as young as that the community came While visiting the fair, they can. Hopefully those out,” Merrigan said. “It just people could get readings carry through their has been really consistent, on their blood pressure, lifetimes.” so we’re happy to see that. blood sugar and body Hardie added that … fat/body mass index, as although the fit characters “People are arriving, well as other tests like lung were geared more toward and if they take advantage and vascular screenings, children, the Web site of everything, they’re which were available for contains a lot of resources probably here for a couple the first time. for teens. of hours,” she said. One booth that was “It gives you popular with youngsters information, but it also Breadsticks, Peas, Fresh Baked Sugar Cookie Friday – A. Italian Dunkers with Marinara Sauce, B. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, C. Sub Sandwich, Green Beans Monday – A. Homestyle Cavatini, Breadstick, B. Baked Crispy or Spicy Chicken Sandwich, C. Sub Sandwich, Peas Tuesday – A. White Chicken Chili, B. Mini Corn Dogs, C. Chef Salad, Breadsticks, Golden Corn, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Elk Point Breakfast and Lunch Wednesday Bkfs. Cinnamon Bun & Fruit– Lunch: Chili Dogs or Ham, Cheesy Potatoes, Pineapple Tidbits, Peas Thursday – Bkfs. Biscuits & Gravy & Fruit – Lunch: Soft Tacos, Chicken Fajitas, Potato Oles, Salsa, Mixed Fruit Friday – Bkfs. Cinnamon Buns & Fruit – Lunch: Breaded Chicken Sand. Or French Dip, Fr Fries, Spinach, Oranges Monday – Bkfs. Eggs & Toast – Lunch: Chicken Nuggets or Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Corn, Peaches Tuesday – Bkfs. Breakfast Pizza & Fruit – Lunch: Tavern or Salisbury Steak, Cheesy Potatoes, Broccoli, Pumpkin Dessert Irene-Wakonda School – Breakfast Available every day: Breakfast entrée or Choice of cereals w/toast, Fruit, Milk Choices Wednesday - Breakfast Biscuit Sandwich made with a Fresh Baked Biscuit, Fruit, Milk Choices Thursday – Strawberry Banana Fruit and Yogurt Parfait with Homestyle Granola bar, Fruit, Milk Choices Friday – Pancake Sausage Stick, 100% Fruit Juice, Milk Choices Monday – French Toast Sticks with Syrup, Fruit, Milk Choices Tuesday – Homestyle Sausage Gravy over a Fresh Baked Biscuit, Fruit, Milk Choices Irene-Wakonda Elementary School – Lunch Wednesday – Turkey & Gravy over Mashed Potatoes, Whole Grain Roll, B. Baked Chicken Nuggets, Whole Grain Roll, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Thursday – A. Hot Dog, B. Italian Dunkers with Marinara Sauce, Baked Beans, Fresh Baked Sugar Cookie Friday – A. Pizza B. Taco Burger, Peas, Fresh Baked Brownie Monday – A. Homestyle Cavatini, Breadstick, B. Baked Crispy or Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Green Beans Tuesday – A. Homestyle White Bean Chicken Chili, B. Baked Mini Dogs, Cooked Carrots, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Irene-Wakonda High & Middle School – Lunch Wednesday – A. Hot Turkey Sandwich, B. Baked Chicken Nuggets, Whole Grain Roll, C. Oriental Salad, Breadsticks, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Thursday – A. Hot Dog, B. Italian Dunkers with Marinara Sauce, C. Sub Sandwich, Baked Beans, Fresh Baked Sugar Cookie Friday – A. Pizza, B. Taco Burger, C. Deli Wrap, Peas, Fresh Baked Brownie Monday – A. Homestyle Cavatini, Breadstick, B. Baked Crispy or Spicy Chicken Sandwich, C. Sub Sandwich, Green Beans Tuesday – A. Homestyle White Bean Chicken Chili, B. Baked Mini Corn Dogs, C. Fajita Salad, Cooked Carrots, Frosted Cinnamon Roll When It comes to RESULTS There is no Equal The Broadcaster 624-4429 BroadcasterOnline.com Notice of Annual Meeting of Brule Township ? Smile. 201 W Cherry • Vermillion BE SMART. 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