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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2015     

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     MEETINGS

 

 Below is a list of community meetings planned in the area 

 

Stay tuned!

 

 

                                                                                                                                            

                                                         HUNTING AND FISHING INFORMATION

 

 


 

-The Federal Subsistence Board is accepting written comments through May 28, 2015 on proposed changes to Federal subsistence hunting and trapping regulations. These proposed changes would affect Federal subsistence seasons, harvest limits, and methods and means for the taking of wildlife, and customary and traditional use determinations for the regulatory years July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2018. You may request a copy of the proposal book and directions on how to submit your written comments by calling the toll-free number 1-800-478-1456.


- The Alaska Board of Fisheries recently met in Anchorage March 17–21 and two proposals were adopted by the board affecting the Yukon Area subsistence salmon fishery. The following is a summary of the regulatory changes that will be effective for the 2015 fishing season.

Proposal 273 sought to allow subsistence fishermen in the upper portion of Yukon Area Subdistrict 4-A to use drift nets to catch summer chum salmon from July 15 to August 2. This proposal was amended to allow Fish and Game, by emergency order, to open a summer chum salmon drift gillnet fishery from June 10 through August 2 in the upper portion of Yukon Area Subdistrict 4-A (including Kaltag, Nulato and Koyukuk) during times of Chinook salmon conservation. All other existing drift gill net specifications remain unaltered. No person may use a drift gill net that is more than 150 feet in length during the season described in the new regulation.

 

Proposal 274 sought to provide the flexibility to allow subsistence fish wheel fishermen in the Yukon Area to retain Chinook salmon when some harvest is justified based on in season run assessment information. When a small incidental Chinook salmon subsistence harvest is justified based on in season run assessment, the department can authorize gear types such as fish wheels and gill nets that are six-inch or smaller in mesh size that primarily target summer chum salmon and minimize Chinook salmon harvest. Previous regulations required that when six-inch or smaller mesh size gill nets were implemented during times of Chinook salmon conservation, then fish wheel fishermen had to man the fish wheels and release all Chinook salmon. Adoption of this proposal allows the department, by emergency order, to implement one or more of the following gear specifications during times of Chinook salmon conservation: gill nets restricted to six-inch or smaller mesh size, fish wheels equipped with a live chute or manned fish wheels, or dip nets. By providing the department flexibility to implement one or more of those gear specifications, the department now has ability to allow subsistence fish wheel fishermen to retain some Chinook salmon caught in fish wheels when an incidental harvest is justified based on in season Chinook salmon run assessment.

See the official press release here.

 

NEW-During its work session held on Thursday, April 16, 2015 the Federal Subsistence Board (Board) discussed fisheries special actions it received on the Kuskokwim and Yukon rivers. The special actions requested the Board to assume management of all salmon stocks as necessary to ensure conservation, important cultural practices and subsistence uses of Chinook Salmon stocks; limit 2015 Chinook Salmon fisheries to Federally qualified subsistence users; and implement an allocation strategy consistent with Section 804 of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA) among the Native villages, communities and Federally qualified subsistence users in the Kuskokwim and Yukon drainages. Several requested implementation of an interim Tribal co-management system for the 2015 season.
 
For the Kuskokwim River, the Board unanimously voted (7-0) to defer action on all the Kuskokwim River special action requests (FSA15-02/03/05/07/08) until such time, during the season, the Chair determines it to be necessary for Federal involvement. The Board stated that the Federal in-season manager already has the delegated authority to address many of the proponents’ concerns, and there is a need for cooperative management with the State.  If issues arise during the season that necessitate the actions requested by the proponents, such as limiting the pool of Federally qualified subsistence users or to implement an allocation strategy for Chinook Salmon, the Chair will call a meeting for subsequent action.
 
For the Yukon River, the Board initially addressed Fisheries Special Actions 15-01. The Board considered the closure aspect of the special action unnecessary as the in-season manager already has the authority to open and close Federal public waters of the Yukon River drainage to the harvest of salmon by non-Federally qualified users.  Additionally, the Board determined that given the complexity of the Yukon River fisheries management, including the health of multiple Chinook Salmon stocks, the size of the area, and the patchwork of jurisdictions, it would be difficult to equitably provide opportunity for the harvest of Chinook Salmon.  The Board voted unanimously (7-0) to take no action on the remaining Fisheries Special Actions (FSA 15-01/04/06/09/10 and FSA 14-07/08 (deferred)) based on their decision for FSA 15-01.

The Board members were impressed with the overwhelming numbers of the public who offered testimony on these issues. Many members of the public offered heart-felt testimonies that were welcomed by the Board which was one of the factors helping place the complex issues at the forefront of the decision making process.  The key theme that was heard repeatedly throughout the work session was, “We have the ability to work together.” The Board stated that the petitioners and agencies alike clearly expressed their concerns and interests in being able to continue working with the State and Federal governments, Tribes, Native villages and communities to ensure the continued viability of subsistence resources. Members of the Board and petitioners also made several sincere remarks of gratitude and appreciation for the high-level of State representation at the Board’s work session.

More details in this press release.

 

- Extra drawing permits are available for Fall 2015 Interior Alaska moose hunts. These permits include units in our listening area, including sections of Units 21B, 21C, 21D, and 24C.  The surplus drawing permits will be issued on a first come-first serve basis to hunters who fax their applications into the Fairbanks Fish and Game office. The application period is open, and the deadline is 5pm May 15th.  The fax number is 907-459-7332. Click this link for more details about eligibility, the areas involved, and the number of permits available.  You can also get more information at a Fish and Game office or at www.hunt.alaska.gov. 3/21

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                                                                  Let's celebrate Sidney's 100th!!!

 

 

On May 9th there will be a 100th birthday celebration for Sidney Huntington in Galena at the SHS high school gym.

 

 

The celebration of Sidney's life will begin at 5:00pm with a potlatch followed by some predetermined speeches, cake, and dance.

For those wishing to share thoughts of Sidney's life, you may share it in writing at the event with provided note cards or mail it to:

Sidney Huntington, PO Box 49, Galena, AK  99741 or via e-mail at sidneyhuntington@hotmail.com.

Please, no gifts but donations will be welcomed either towards the Sidney C Huntington scholarship or the YKEALF. 

There will be boxes for both of these at the celebration.

All are welcome to come join in this celebration, feel free to call KIYU for more information.

If you have a story you want to share about Sidney or just offer well wishes, call 1-888-661-0009. Your message may be part of of a radio special we will be putting together for broadcast.

 

 

-The KIYU Community Service Scholarship is back! Click here for an official application.

 

- The Galena Little Hawks Basketball season is underway. Practices will be from 4:30-5:30 in the SHS big gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Grades 3-6 are welcome. There will be Little Hawks games this Saturday from 4:30-5:30 in the SHS big gym. At the games, the swim team will be selling your choice of soup & bread for $5/bowl, as well as goodies, to help raise money for John Riddle III and his coaches to travel to the Junior Olympic Meet in Anchorage, April 23-26. John made the cutoffs for the 50 and 100 freestyle divisions and will be competing at the games . Please come out and support our young athletes!  

 

- A raffle and bake goods sale will be happening this Saturday, April 18th at 7pm at the Larson Charlie Community Hall in Galena.  This is a fundraiser for Marlene Marshall to help her family pay for medical expenses in Fairbanks. Donations of raffle items and baked goods would be greatly appreciated. If you have a raffle item or baked good to offer, call either Gail Gregory 656-1980 or Kate Thurmond 656-1621 and they can pick it up for you. 4/13

 

- The Galena Sports Authority is holding several raffles.  Prizes include:

-A Mother's Day Basket, homemade by Alyson Esmailka with a scarf designed by Jenessa Pitka, chocolate and a $50 gift certificate. It is $2 a chance or 3 for $5. Proceeds benefit the Galena Annual Men and Women's Baseball Tournament, Galena Little League, Yukon 800 Boat Race and more. Giveaway date is May 9th.

-$1,000 cash for $5 a chance, with proceeds benefitting 2015 baseball season and the Yukon 800.

-A weekly 50/50 raffle at $1 a chance starting each Monday with drawing held on Friday. Proceeds benefit various community events held by the Galena Sports Authority.

Purchase tickets for any of the raffles by contacting a member of the GSA (Nancy Pitka 656-7044, Jennal Burgett 656-7228, Nicole Gregory 656-4364, Susan Esmailka 656-7075, Barbara Demoski 656-7055 or Jen Hildebrand 656-7161)

Click here for details on all the raffles.

 

NEW -Here is a safety bulletin concerning the suspected former rocket range near the Campion Air Station and old KIYU radio tower in Galena. If you find a rocket please follow the 3 Rs. Recognize the rocket by using the pictures in this link; Retreat from the area without disturbing the rocket and Report the rocket by calling the Galena Police Department at 656-2177.

 

 

-If you missed the SHS Geography Club's presentation of "The Walking Boys" a play for Water for South Sudan last Saturday, here is a link to watch it. https://youtu.be/C09Gkb9OW2U Thanks to those who donated a total of nearly $1,000 for the purchase of a water drilling well for the war ravaged area of Sudan.

 

 

- Join Galena Young Life for their 6th Annual Fashion Show, highlighting formal gowns worn by the high school girls, this Sunday, April 19th, at 7:30 in the GILA Auditorium. 

 

NEW -Garden seeds are in at Louden Tribal Council office in Galena. (4-14)

 

 

-Fall course listings for UAF can be found at www.uaf.edu/rural. If you need assistance or guidance regarding your college goals, contact Kim Wolf at the UAF/Interior-Aleutian Campus/Y-K Center in Galena: (907) 656-2129 [or toll-free 1-888-656-2130], or via email at klwolf@alaska.edu. You can also find her on Facebook. Registration is now open.

 

- If you suffer from addiction, you are not alone. Each Thursday the Galena Sobriety Support Group meets at 7:00 at the Louden Tribal Building in Galena. Coping with alcoholism is the main focus, but these meetings are intended for anyone dealing with any addiction to meet with their peers and talk about their common struggles and solutions. Doors open at 6:50pm.

 

 

-Until further notice, the village of Koyukuk will limit gasoline purchases to 5 gallons for out-of-towners.  Thank you for your cooperation. (3-2)

 

 

-The City of Galena is requesting proposals to provide generator fuel and other drummed fluids during the 2015 barge season. The City seeks to secure a contract with a responsible party to provide fuel for the power plant and other fluids during the 2015 barge season. Click here to get all the information on the bidding process. (4/9)

 

 

                                                                                             

- Stay tuned!
          

                       

    

 

The following Extra-curricular positions for the 2015-2016 school year in the Galena City School District are available:

 

-Head and assistant cross country running coaches

-Head girls’ and assistant volleyball coaches

-Head wrestling and assistant coaches

-Two junior high basketball coaches

-Yearbook

-Assistant athletic director

 

Qualifications include a High School diploma/GED, and a coaching certificate with ASAA (or the applicant must be registered for the ASAA coaching class before starting date).

 

Please send a letter of interest and state the position you are interested to GCSD, attention Jon Buchanan. Include in the letter some of your qualifications and any prior experience related to the position. Once applicants’ letters have been reviewed, interviews for selected individuals will be scheduled. If you coached this school year in one of these positions please indicate your intent to Jon Buchanan.

 

These positions will be posted for a minimum of 10 days or until filled.

 

 

 

   

*** PLEASE NOTE, any classified ad two weeks or older will be removed so please try and keep us informed when something is sold or a need has been met.  Thanks!

- Baby sitting available in Galena, evenings and weekends.  Call Amy at 656-8726 or leave a message at 717-6633 to make arrangements. 4/13

NEW - FOR SALE: In Kaltag, an 18 foot Alweld boat with 70 hp Yamaha outboard. Comes with trailer. Boat and trailer in good condition. Asking price is $8500.  For more information, call Ann Brantmeier at 534-2249. 4/17 

-FOR SALE: A charging cord and block for an iPhone or iPod (5 or 6). Call 799-6869 if interested. (4-11)

-FOR SALE: A newborn baby bed. Co-sleeper type (attaches to parents bed) $30. Call 656-2781. (4-13)

-FOR SALE: Kids rubber boots, size 10. Call 656-7103 if interested. (4-16)

- FOR SALE: In Galena, a 20 ft. Lund aluminum boat with Semi-V Hull and 90 hp Honda motor. Asking $7,800 OBO. Call 656-7213 if interested. (4/6)

NEW -FOR SALE: Saturday (April 17) in Galena: Huge loaves of bread, dinner rolls, banana bread, banana walnut bread, and cinnamon rolls (whole pans & half pans). Also some Indian tacos with the works on some huge delicious fry bread. If interested contact Corina Lynn on Facebook, you can call or text at 656-7031.

-FOUND: A chain saw scabbard.  Claim at KIYU. (4-15)

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School Bus Schedule             

                                                            Sidney Huntington School 656-1205 Puddings Huntington

                                                            GILA 656-2053 (Angie Pittsenbarger)

                                                            Bus Driver Cell Phone 717-6633 (Kim Wolf)

 

The following is the school bus schedule.  Any changes in the bus schedule due to weather conditions will be announced on KIYU Radio in the morning.

 

            Bus Arrives:                 Gabe’s Drive   7:50 a.m.

                                                Crow Creek    7:54 a.m. 

                                                Louden Loop   7:57 a.m. 

                                                Antoski           8:00 a.m.

                                               

            Bus arrives at SHS at 8:03 a.m. 

            

            Bus leaves SHS School at 8:15 a.m. and goes to:

            Fish & Wildlife                                    8:20 a.m.  

            Post Office                                         8:21 a.m.  

            GILA

             Bus arrives back at SHS at 8:45 a.m.

             Pick-ups at the GILA Dining at 8:30 a.m.  and 8:35 a.m. going to SHS

             Bus leaves SHS at 8:45 a.m. for GILA

                                               

 

            Mid-day                        Depart GILA   12:25 and 12:35

                                                Depart SHS     12:25 and 12:38  

                                                Arrives at SHS 12:35 and 12:45

                                   

 

            Afternoon:                   Elementary      3:10 p.m.

                                               Depart SHS     4:00 p.m. 

                                               Depart GILA   4:10 p.m. 

                                               Arrive SHS      4:30 p.m

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-Here is the latest Galena Pool schedule.

Sunday:               Family swim 5 to 6:30 pm ($6/family)

Monday:              Lap swim 6:30 to 7:30 am

Tuesday:             Lap swim 5 to 6:30 pm

Wednesday:       Lap swim 6:30 to 7:30 am

Thursday:            Lap swim 5 to 6:30 pm

Friday:                Lap swim 6:30 to 7:30 am

                            Open swim 7 to 8:30 pm

Saturday:           Open swim 7 to 8:30 pm

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Click the picture to go to the Hawk Highlights

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Here is an updated listing of privately owned lodging establishments in Galena. Please feel free to share this resource with those needing short or long term, temporary lodging.


Galena Emergency Numbers

Clinic:  656.1266 (emergency), 656-1366, option 2 (appointments and non-emergencies)

Fire Department:  911

Police Department:  656-0911

Alaska State Troopers (statewide):  1-800-811-0911

Airport Police (statewide):  1-877-847-4342

 

 

For villages out of Galena that are interested in ARCS TV service call KIYU at 907-656-1488 and we'll get you in touch with those that can assist you..

 

The Food Section

-Archie's Yukon Inn Snack Bar in Galena is now open serving sandwiches and other items.

 

GALENA COFFEE SHOP

Daily Specials for April 13 - April 18, 2015

Monday

Chicken Wrap

 

Tuesday

Fried Chicken w/salad, biscuit and corn

 

Wednesday

Nachos Supreme, Indian Taco or Beef Quesadillas

 

 

Thursday

Thai Noodles w/Chicken

 

Friday

Clam Chowder or Homemade  Pizza

Saturday

Open 11am to 2 & 5-7pm


 

Burger nights: Thursday –Saturday (5 to 7pm)

 

PURCHASE OF $50 Gift Cert. OR MORE AND EARN A FREE DRINK ($5 value)

 

Phone: (907) 656-2505

 

 

Cash and credit are the accepted forms of payment. We can take a credit card payment only when starting an account, thank you!!

No personal checks please.

 

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APRIL 2015 BREAKFAST

 

 MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

 

 

B             1

A             2

B 3

 

 

 

EGG OMELET

LINK SAUSAGE

FRESH APPLE

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

Testing (3rd-8th grade)

EGG PATTY

SAUSAGE PATTY

FRESH ORANGE WEDGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

Testing  (3rd-8th grade)

BELGIUM WAFFLE

LINK SAUSAGE

MIXED FRUIT

NONFAT WHITE MILK

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 

A             6

B           7

A             8

B             9

A           10

HOT OATMEAL W /CRAISINS

VARIETY MUFFIN

APRICOT HALVES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

SAUSAGE PATTY

BOILED EGG

FRESH FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

Testing (High school)

        COOKS CHOICE

 

FRESH FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

Testing (High school)

 

EGG OMELET

LINK SAUSAGE

FRESH APPLE

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 Testing (High school)

 

   TEACHER IN-SERVICE

 

           NO SCHOOL

 

B          13

A          14

B           15

A         16

B           17

CREAM OF WHEAT

CINNAMON TOAST

FRUITCOCKTAIL

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

HAM SLICE,EGG PATTY

TOPPED W/CHEESE

FRESH FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

Testing (High school)

EGG OMELET

LINK SAUSAGE

FRESH FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

Testing (High school)

EGG MC HAWK

FRESH RED APPLE

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

   COOKS CHOICE

 

MIXED FRUIT

1% LOWFAT  WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

A         20

B           21

A         22

B           23

A           24

HOT OATMEAL

W/ BROWN SUGAR

BANANA MUFFIN

MANDARIN ORANGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

PANCAKES W/ SYRUP

SLICED BACON

CHILLED APPLESAUCE

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONAT WHITE MILK

BREAKFAST WRAP

HASH BROWN PATTY

SLICED PEACHES

LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

CHERRY STRUSSEL COFFEE CAKE

BOILED EGG

SLICED PEARS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

ASSORTED DRY CEREAL

PLAIN BAGEL W/ CREAM CHEESE

MIXED FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

B           27

  A         28

 B          29

A         30

 

CREAM OF WHEAT

BREAD OF MORNING

SLICED PEARS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

PIZZA BAGELS

FRESH ORANGE WEDGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

EGG OMELET

LINK SAUSAGE

MIXED FRUIT

% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

CINNAMON ROLL

CORNED BEEF HASH

SLICED PEARS

1% LOW FAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

        

 

 

 

In accordance with Federal law

and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability

                         

 

           

 MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE                                          

APRIL 2015 LUNCH

 

 MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

 

 

B             1

A             2

B 3

In accordance with Federal law

and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability

 

 

 

POPCORN CHICKEN

BAKED BEANS

FRESH APPLE

SWEET N SOUR

NONFAT WHITE MILK

Testing (3rd-8th grade)

      COOKS CHOICE

 

 

FRESH FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 Testing  (3rd-8th grade)

TUNA SANDWICH

GREEN COLESLAW

FRUIT

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 

A             6

B           7

A             8

B             9

A           10

CHICKEN NUGGETT

SWEET POTATO FRIES

SWEET N  SAUCE/CATSUP

SLICED PEARS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NOBNFAT WHITE MILK

BURRITO SPECIALW/CHILI

LETTUCE & TOMATO

CHEDDAR CHEESE /SALSA

PINEAPPLE TIDBITS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 Testing  (High school)

CHICKENBURGER ON WW BUN W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

CUT BROCCOLI

TROPICAL FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 Testing (High school)

 

SALISBURY STEAK

BROWN RICE

CUT GREEN BEANS

PILOT BREAD / FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

Testing (High school)    

 

    TEACHER IN-SERVICE

 

        NO SCHOOL

B          13

A          14

B           15

A         16

B 17

CORN DOG ON  STICK

VEGETABLE

CATSUP / MUSTARD

SLICED PEACHES

1% LOWFAT WHTIE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

PEPPERONI PIZZA

FRESH ROMAINE SALAD

SLICED PEARS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

Testing  (High school)

CHEESEBURGER OF DAY ON  BUNW/LETTUCE & TOMATO  CUT BROCCOLI/FRESH APPLE

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 Testing (High school)

 

MEXICAN BEAN SOUP

W/TORTILLA CHIPS, CHEESE AND SOUR CREAM

PINEAPPLE TIDBITS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

FISH STICKS

VEGETABLE

TARTER SAUCE

MIXED FRUIT

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

LOWFAT WHITE MILK

A         20

B           21

A         22

B           23

A           24

HOT DOG ON WW BUN

TATER TOTS

CATSUP/MUSTARD

SLICED PEARS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

DICED CHICKEN W/GRAVY

BROWN RICE/VEGGIE

PILOT BREAD

SLICED PEACHES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

 

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONAT WHITE MILK

       COOKS CHOICE

 

STRAWBERRY CUP

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 YAKISOBA

CINNAMON STICK

CUT GREEN BEANS

PINEAPPLE TIDBITS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

POPCORN CHICKEN

SWEET POTATO FRIES

CATSUP/SWEET N SOUR

MIXED FRUIT

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

B           27

  A         28

 B          29

A          30

 

CHICKEN VEGETABLE SOUP

GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH TROPICAL FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

HUNGRY HAWK NACHOES

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

MEXICAN SALSA

PINEAPPLE TIDBITS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

CHICKEN BURGER ON BUN

W/ LETTUCE & TOMATO

SWEET POTATO CHUNKS

MANDARIN ORANGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 COOKS CHOICE

 

FRUIT OF DAY

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

 

 

 

 MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE                                         SALAD BAR AT ALL GRADE 5-12 LUNCHES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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