Helmut Schmidt, Published December 05 2010
K-12 Notebook: Enderlin actors take top prizeEnderlin Area High School took first place in the North Dakota State High School Activities Association’s Class B One-Act Play contest.
The contest was Nov. 22-23 in Grand Forks.
Enderlin earned top honors for the play “Of Widows and Vegetables.”
The next seven place finishers were:
- Second: Shiloh Christian, “The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet.”
- Third: Larimore, “The Last Train.”
- Fourth: North Sargent, “Aftermath.”
- Fifth: Ray, “Night and the Proofreader.”
- Sixth: Richardton-Taylor, “When Shakespeare’s Ladies Meet (With Apologies To The Bard).”
- Seventh: Northern Cass, “Help Wanted.”
- Eighth: Ellendale, “I Bring You Flowers.”
Superior actor awards were presented at the Empire Theatre to:
Katelyn Campbell, Fairmount; Masson Price, Washburn; Steven Miller, Glenburn; Michael Wehri, Mott-Regent.
Kristen Meland, Harvey; John Labuhn, Ellendale; Beth Ryan, Ray; Teddi-Lyn Berquist, Wing; Ensemble, Enderlin Area; Ensemble, Larimore
Superior actor awards were presented at UND’s Burtness Theatre to:
Brody Hjelmstad, Thompson; Kaylee Ketterling, Wishek; David Miller, Rugby; Zach Haase, Trinity.
Ian Thomas, Mohall Lasford; Lindsay Tyrrell, Richardton-Taylor; Lucas Brown, Carrington; Sasha Hovind, North Sargent; Ashley Blotsky, Northern Cass; Joey Dwyer, Shiloh Christian.
A holiday gift
Moorhead’s St. Joseph School invites the public to the musical production “Holiday in Bethlehem” at noon and 7 p.m. Dec. 16 in the school gymnasium.
The 45-minute show is free as a gift to the community, organizers say.
The school is at 1005 2nd Ave. S.
“Holiday in Bethlehem” is the biblical story of Mary and Joseph going from inn to inn and being turned away until finally being allowed to stay in a stable.
St. Joseph’s is a parochial school with grades Preschool through eighth grade.
Focus on real beauty
The Lake Park Audubon (Minn.) Family Career and Community Leaders of America hosted an evening of fun, self-appreciation and goal planning on Nov. 23.
Thirty girls in grades 7-11 attended the event, which used the “Dove Campaign for Real Beauty” curriculum.
LP-A High School leaders Maria Veit, Kelsey Anderson, Andrea Knudsvig, Marley McDunn, Sam Anglin and Kim Aleksic planned and implemented the event.
The FCCLA members plan to expand parts of the lessons to the upper elementary grades and collaborate on the school’s anti-bullying program.
Readers can reach Forum reporter Helmut Schmidt at (701) 241-5583