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Kristy Winings Benefit

April 19, 2012

Kristy Winings grew up in Valley City and was a member of the VCHS class of 1991. Kristy lost the use of her legs 4 years ago in a rollover. This past year, a massive infection resulted in the loss of bone and muscle, and the doctors have told her that she is now restricted to only one hour in her wheelchair twice a day; the remaining 22 hours of her day, she will be bedridden. Kristy is only 39 years old and she has handled her disability with a grace beyond measure. She is far too young to face being bedridden for the rest of her life. She needs our help.

CAR WASH!

April 19, 2012

Car Wash at Sheyenne Valley Area Career & Tech Center,801 Valley Ave. SE 701-845-0256 Date: April 20th 2012 Times: 9:00AM-12:00PM AND 1:00PM-7:00PM FREE-WILL Donation, Funds will be used for students competing in StateSkills.

2 teens finalists in driver contest

April 19, 2012

Two students at Valley City High School are among five finalists for the billboard competition in the North Dakota Department of Transportation’s ND Teen Driver Contest, however their names will not be released until the contest is over.

This will be the third annual contest the NDDOT has put on in partnership with AAA North Dakota and the North Dakota Safety Council, and VCHS students have become a common sight in the finals.

Ticket Sales good for VCSU auction

April 19, 2012

The Valley City State University Foundation looks to have another success on its hands for the 18th annual VCSU Scholarship Auction this Friday.

As of Tuesday, the Foundation had sold all 525 tickets for the event, which has now sold out four years running and consistently raised funds in the $60,000 range for both the V-500 and Century Club Scholarship programs. The net profits are split 50/50 between the two programs.

Teach for the stars: VCSU planetarium class shares its talents

April 19, 2012

In a pitch-dark room on the third floor of VCSU’s Rhoades Science Center, a small group of students meets weekly to gaze at the night sky.
With their necks craned back and their eyes fixed on the heavenly dome of North Dakota’s only planetarium, the class uses laptops and a projection control panel to play a stellar show that they have created from start to finish.

“Finding Polaris II” is an instructional tour through the night sky that was written, voiced and produced by students in instructor Wes Anderson’s Planetarium Science Class.

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