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6 -THE CITIZEN - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2003 IAN KITTLESON PARENTS: Stephen & Marianne Kittleson GRADE: I FAVORITE BOOK: "Alllgator Tales and Crocodile Cakes" FAVORITE FOOD: Pizza FAVORITE MOVIE: "Scooby-Doo" HERO: Policemen, Morn used to be one. FAVORITE SPORT: Soccer I WISH I HAD A LIFETIME SUPPLY OF: Army toys WHY WAS STUDENT NOMINATED: Although fan has some chal- lenges he has a great desire to do his best. NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS: lan is very kind and generous. He is always the first one to lend a helping hand. QUOTE FROM TEACHER: "fan is an inspiration. We're lucky to have him in our class." -- Mrs. Stratton. m School Lunch Menu WEST SIDE SCHOOL DISTRICT THURSDAY - BBQ ribs, scalloped pota- toes, peas/carrots, dinner roll, chocolate cake, ice cream. FRIDAY - No school, inservice. MONDAY - Bacon cheeseburger, fries, strawberries, donut. TUESDAY - Taco salad, pineapple/oranges, black potato wedges, pickles, mixed fruit, i WSHS: Same. PRESTON SCHOOL DISTRICT MAIN LINE LUNCH CHOICES Soup in a Bowl will be served THURSDAY - O/P: Honey Dijon Chicken, /March at both the Nielson rice pilaf, roll; PJHS/PHS: Same. Other food choices FRIDAY- ALL: Beefy Taco Juans, tatar tots. listed in main line choices. In MONDAY - ALL: Pepperoni Cheese Bread. items are served daily at all cafeterias TUESDAY - ALL: Lasagna, bread stick. For further information, please WEDNESDAY - ALL: Turkey gravy, mashed school. )otatoes, wheat roll. Check out the Child Nutrition and Food Service web site on the Preston School District TESS KIRKBRIDE PARENTS: Jay and Heidi Kirkbride GRADE: 2 FAVORITE BOOK: "Harry Potter" FAVORITE FOOD: Pizza FAVORITE MOVIE: "Joe Dirt" FAVORITE TV SHOW: "SpongeBob SquarePants" HERO: My morn WHY WAS STUDENT NOMINATED: Tess is not only a good student, she is also a good friend. She is outgoing and kind to her classmates and teacher. She is thoughtful of others feelings and has a positive attitude. NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS: Tess is a leader in her class and is will- ing to help others, She plays the piano and is a great singer. QUOTE FROM TEACHER: "Tess has a smile that makes everyone she meets feel better about themselves. Our classroom is a fun place to be because of her friendly attitude.* -. Mrs. Geddes, dral By CAROLYN SMART community service for our then divided into groups and Scouts to perform. This is quite given marching drills and a stressfultime in our country, participated in an obstacle and the opportunity for us to course. The groups then made display the love of our country posters for the National Guard. .F announce essay By BILL HICKS think the world Special for the Citizen Shane Oliverson m "To as nice as it is now me freedom means that I am masters that told The Preston Elks Lodge independent to do anything, or do. I believe No. 1670 had its annual essay try anything I want to do. It is your parents contest for fifth, sixth, seventh through the rights that thisaround because and eighth grade students. The contest is open to any student in these grades for the normal school year. This year the chosen subject was, "What Freedom Means to Me." In the fifth and sixth grade division, first place winner was Shane Oliverson, son of Mike and Laura Oliverson; second place went to Carter Knudsen, son of Russ and Julie Knudsen. In the seventh and eighth grade division, first place went to Scott Chaney, son of Lee and Robin Chaney. First place winners were presented with $100 checks; second place received a $50 check from the Preston Elks. country provides, courtesy of would be a courageous men and women break-ins, who loved it and died to main- suicides. Most tain its freedoms, that I can be homeless row and excel as much as I garbages, and ave the capacity to. I can be would not be as judged on what I do, and what freedom is I say, not on who is in my fami- I'm glad I live ly, or how much money or because some influence I can get. My voice, have my opinion, my efforts matter, how my I love freedom. It gives me dam, most the privilege to go to school, cially my mom. play sports, hang out with my me freedom, but friends, write an essay, or say morn does. He gi what I think. Freedom is thefreedom for my heart of America. Without it, America would cease to be. However, with it, America continues to thrive and grow am glad America have my own speech. I we do not Clifton has really gone in this manner just makes us The kids had a really good Winners, along with their stronger, uniforms to school. fpatriotic! It was such a thrill feel good! A special thanks to time. parents, were invited to the Freedom means I have a would be dumb. or me to drive through our our Scout Committee Chair- Congratulations to Tonya Elks Lodge for steak dinner, responsibility to others as well. that we don't town on ,Monday, Feb. 17 man, Tracy Cox, and the many Fredrickson on her outstand- All essays were sent to Because of the opportunities I anything we don't (Presidents Day), and see Scouts who participated in this ing performance as Julie in district competition for judg- have, I should be aware of like being a farm many homes sporting an activity. Several homes had"Saturday's Warrior" held ating As of press time, results others, so that they may have American flag on their fronttwo flags -- the one they the Worm Creek Opera House from district judging is not the same chances I do. It alsoScott Chane' lawn. I almost drove off thenormally fly on a flagpole and in Preston. Also from Clifton available, but in last year's requires that I remember the is having the cJ road a couple of times as I was one placed by the Scouts. I can playing an important part incompetition, Carter placed sacrifice of those who provided we can say and admiring this beautiful sight, hardly wait until the next holi- the production were stage second in the local level and me with my freedom, and if do. Freedom All this is courtesy of Clifton day to see these again! manager, Tara Westover, and first place in district competi- necessary, to step up and help work and a Second Ward Scout Troop 41. The West Side Middle stage hand, Travis Westover.tion. protect freedom for others." dam They placed 87 flags in our School recently held a "mini A belated welcome to little Presentation of awards to love. area on Monday morning. It boot camp' to honor the Rachel Melanie Foley, daugh-were conducted by Bill Hicks, Carter Knudsen -- "I love ri to travel took 10 cars to take all these National Guard unit from ter of David and Shayla of the Americanism Chairman, and freedom because you can do flags, and Scouts around. AsPreston which is going to Hill Clifton First Ward. Rachel was Doug West, Exalted Ruler ofanything you want without each flag was placed, there was Air Force Base. LaWrell Cookborn on Jan. 11, 2003. the Elks Lodge. anyone bossing yah around. I a short ceremony consisting of came and showed the students a salute to the flag by two some of the equipment that (See MORE RURAL ROUTE Scouts. What a wonderful would be used. They were NEWS on page 10) 00000 00000 00000 OO000 " D'I : 00000 30%OFF ON 2003 CALENDARS ~:i !/ii:i~ i,iii,:i!)!~i: ~i!, TEMPLE SQUARE GARDENING ~ ~ i~/~:: ~i~: THE ART OF GREGOLSEN t Preston ho.ol is ri oar of ru tee' Invites you to an informational 2003 at 7:00 Preston High Auditorium provide building inform receive patron input Regarding the building of new facilities How to raise the needed funds 77 south State Preston, Idaho 83263 Open: 9 a.rn. - 6 p.m. Monday thru Friday lo a.m. -5 p.m. Saturday 1