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Thursday, April 27th, 2017

           

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THURSDAY, APRIL 27th, 2017                      


 

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SPRING BREAKUP OUTLOOK FOR ALASKA
UPDATED ON APRIL 26th

 

The flood potential from snowmelt and ice jams throughout most of Alaska this spring is currently rated as normal.

Temperatures over the next few weeks are expected to be near normal in the eastern Interior and into Canada. The rest of the state is likely to have above normal temperatures. The outlook for the month of May suggests above normal temperatures south of the Brooks Range into southern parts of the state.

Over the next week, precipitation is expected to be near normal. The May outlook suggests below normal precipitation along the western coast to just north of the Seward Peninsula. Normal amounts of precipitation are expected in all other locations of the state.

April ice thickness data are available for a limited number of observing sites in Alaska. April 1st measurements indicate that ice thickness is generally slightly above normal across most of the state.  The April 1st ice measurement for Galena was 51 inches. 

Snowpack east of Fairbanks is above normal, but overall averages within the Middle and Upper Yukon basins are close to normal. The central Tanana Valley has a slightly higher risk of minor flooding this spring due to a greater than normal winter snowpack.

Observed river conditions:

The Tanana River has some open water upstream of Chena River to the Salcha River. The Tanana River between Big Delta and Tanacross is mostly open. Some open water has been reported along the mid section of Nenana River. The lower portion of Chena River is mostly open water and the mid portion has some open water. The lower portion of Salcha River has some open water.

Pilots have reported a few open leads along the Yukon River shore near Eagle and the Canadian border.  Current is visible along the banks at Ruby, and there is a moat forming along the edges at Galena with ponding on the ice.

Breakup along the Middle and Lower Yukon River and Tanana River is expected to be 1 to 3 days earlier than average.


Forecast range of breakup dates for selected locations:

Tanana River at Nenana: April 25 thru May 1                    

Yukon River at

  Tanana: May 5-11

  Ruby: May 6-12

  Galena, Koyukuk and Nulato: May 7-13

  Kaltag: May 9-15

  Mountain Village: May 12-18

Koyukuk River at:        

  Bettles and Allakaket: May 7-13

  Hughes: May 7-14     

 


 

 

 

KIYU INFO

NEW - On Wednesday's KIYU Expanded News, Tim spoke with Natalie Olender about her latest musical theatre production "It Happened Across from Andy's", which debuted over the weekend in Galena.  You can now hear the whole interview at the KIYU News Sound Cloud site.  (4/25)

 

The KIYU Community Service Achievement Scholarship is available for students who can demonstrate service to their community. The scholarship recipient will receive $2,000 for furthering his or her education. This scholarship can be used for schools in or outside of Alaska, and for trade/career schools. Applications must be postmarked and sent in the mail by May 15th, or you may drop off your application to the KIYU offices by 5pm on May 15th.  The winner of the scholarship will be contacted by phone on June 1st.  In Galena, see your school counselor for details. In other villages, tribal organizations have the information. You can also get details here.

 

Programming on KIYU is brought to you in part by Fairbanks Cash for Antlers. Buying all antlers in all conditions and giving you the money you deserve. Fairbanks Cash for Antlers will come pick it up or pay for the shipping. Call 907-328-9243.

 

 

       MEETINGS
      

 


The Galena City Council will hold a budget work session today (Thursday) at 4pm.  Here is the agenda.


The 39th Annual Gana-A'Yoo Limited Shareholders Meeting will take place next Friday, May 5th at the Larson Charlie Community Hall in Galena.  Registration opens at 9am, and the meeting will start at 10am. Gana-A'Yoo shareholders are invited to enjoy some lunch and door prizes while hearing about the corporation. There will be door prizes, two (2) $100 prizes and three (3) $50 prizes.  

If you return a valid proxy to the Gana-A'Yoo Anchorage office by this Friday (April 28th) at 5pm, you'll be in the early bird prize drawing. Proxies returned by Thursday, May 4th at noon or by 10 am at the annual meeting will be entered into the regular drawing. Prizes include a total of $5200 in cash. If you have any questions, call Crystal at 1 (888) 656-1606.

 

 

To Galena community members: The Galena Ecology Site belongs to Gana'A-Yoo and is used by permission for science and cultural education. It is a special place for many of our students. Please do not cut down trees there.  The Ecology Site is on the north side of New Campion Road, and is marked by a sign.  Thank you from the Ecology Site partnership.

 

 NEW - The Gana-A 'Yoo Foundation has extended its raffle. First place prize is a 30,000 mile Alaskan Airlines Super Saver Ticket, Second Place Prize is a Samsung Galaxy Nook with cover, and third place prize is an Athabascan Goodie Basket.  Tickets are available from Crystal or Ashton in Anchorage (569-9599), Kim Bower (328-8075) or Anne Esmailka (347-3916) in Fairbanks, Erica Frankson in Galena (656-7042),Hazel Lolnitz in Koyukuk (927-2234), Andrean Madros in Nulato (898-2369 (h) or 898-2339 (w)), or Violet Burnham in Kaltag (534-2203).  Find complete details, including a picture of the Athabascan Goody Basket here. (4/26)

 

NEW- This Saturday (April 29) is a school day in Galena.  SHS elementary and junior high students get out at 1:30 pm, and high school will have a 2 pm early release. High school will start the day with periods 3B and 4B and end the day with 1B and 2B. 

 

The Tanana ice road is no longer safe to travel on. Please avoid using the road. (4/24)

 

UPDATED: BLM Alaska Fire Service will offer the fire line refresher and pack test for wildland firefighters in Allakaket next Monday (May 1st), and in Hughes on Wednesday, May 3rd. Two different test dates will be offered in Galena: May 26th at 10 am, and June 2nd at 10 am.  Firefighters should check with their crew bosses for the exact times and locations in each village.   A physical is no longer required before taking the pack test, however all firefighters must have passed the FEMA IS-100 and IS-700 training courses and have given a copy of the certificate of completion to BLM. If you already passed the courses you do not have to take them again. The training is available online at training.fema.gov. And remember to bring two forms of ID with you when you take the pack test. (4/7)

 

NEW - There will be a Family Fun Night fundraiser for Len Stickman-Sam and family this Saturday (4/29) from 5pm till 7pm at the SHS big gym in Galena. There will be a cake walk, soup and bread dinner, raffles and more.  All proceeds will help with expenses for Len and his family as he continues to receive medical treatment for thyroid cancer. All food and raffle donations will be greatly appreciated. Donation requests include hunting items, kids things, bikes, gardening supplies, and other outdoor items for the summer season.  For folks outside of Galena who want to donate, you can contact Shirley Cleaver at 656-2505 to arrange a bank transfer or to make arrangement to purchase something locally.  If you can help set up, please arrive at 4:30 pm on Saturday, and volunteers will also be needed for clean-up. Enter through back door of SHS. Donation checks can be made out to Len Stickman-Sam or Stacee Demientieff. (4/26)

 

NEW - All are welcome to the Ruby Spring Food Gathering, today (Thursday) at 6 pm at the MAK School.  Bison and reindeer meat will be served.  Bring a snack to share if you like.  The organizers will also be discussing the Ruby food assessment and security project.     

NEW-The Edgar Nollner Health Center has received a new stock of Kids Don't Float life preservers. A volunteer carpenter is needed to build a large storage container that can hold the life preservers in a place where they are accessible to the community.  Contact Nicole at the clinic at 656-1366 for more details. (4/26)


The City of Galena reminds all customers on the piped water system to call in their water meter readings in a timely manner around the first of the month.  The city is now asking for you to call in your readings this week. Failure to do so requires the City to estimate a household's monthly usage and bill for that amount, which often results in an inaccurate bill and further billing problems. 

 

NEW - American Heart Association CPR and First Aid classes will be available for Galena community members this Saturday, April 29th.  CPR training will be from 9 a.m. until noon, and then first aid training happens from 1 to 4 pm at the elders' center.  Please be on time.  The training is free of charge to the students, courtesy of the Interior Regional Emergency Medical Service.  Classes are open to anyone, but you must call the ENHC at 656-1366 by this Friday to sign-up.

 

-Get ready for a blast from the past. This week's Galena Community Movie Night feature is "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" from 1968.  It is 2 hrs and 25 min long, and is rated G.  Enjoy it Saturday, April 29th at 7pm in the GILA Auditorium. (4/24)

 

NEW-The Galena Sports Authority is holding a Mother's Day raffle. Prizes include a Char-Broil 4-burner gas grill and a Mike's Quality Meats package that includes T-bone, New York strip, rib-eye, top sirloin and round steaks. Another prize is a sun catcher donated by Laverne Demoski. Tickets cost $5 each or 3 for $10.  Contact Nancy at 656-7044, Jennal at 656-7228, Jen at 656-7161, Susan at 656-7075, Nicole at 656-4634 or Barbara at 378-0238. Drawing will be held on May 12th. (4/24)

NEW - Next week (May 1-7) is Screen-Free Week in Galena.  The Sidney C. Huntington School will be joining with families, schools and communities around the world during this time to encourage kids and adults alike to put down the digital devices and shut off the TVs in favor of other activities, such as reading, playing board games, and getting outside.  SHS will be offering a variety of evening activities during Screen-Free Week, beginning on Monday with a bike ride and walk leaving from the school parking lot at 6:30 pm. More activities will be announced later. (4/26)

 

The next Healing Spice Night in Galena will be held Thursday May 11 at 6:30 PM in the lobby of the clinic.  The featured spice will be thyme. 

 

The application period is open for the 2017 Madeline Solomon Scholarship, which is offered by the Galena Education Association.  Scholarships will be awarded to one senior from each of the Galena City School District's three components: SHS, GILA and IDEA.   The application deadline is May 1st, and winners will be announced on graduation day, May 24th.  Contact Keilah Havener at SHS for more information. A copy of the application is available for download here.

 

There is a potential opening at the Yukon Koyukuk Elder Assisted Living Facility in Galena for a resident. Please contact the Facility if you have any questions or if you know of an elder who might like to apply for residency. YKEALF strives to honor our elders by providing safe and loving care in a clean and culturally-sensitive home. Call Agnes at 656-2574 or 7449 or email: asweetsir.ykealf@gmail.com

 

NEW-Your health tip of the week from TCC – plan your clinic appointments as far out as possible to reduce your wait time and ensure continuity with your provider.  If you need to travel, try to plan this 2-4 weeks ahead.  If you need refills or follow-ups, schedule these 1-2 weeks ahead.  If you have a new injury or sudden illness, call the clinic as early as possible.  If you want more information on what conditions are likely to be an emergency, check-out the posters available at the stores, airport and post-office. (4/26)    

 

 

Stay Tuned! Baseball is on the way!

   


The Galena Liquor Store has a position open for an evening clerk. The job provides 30 hours or more per week. If you are reliable, motivated, and 21 years of age or older, please submit a resume or application to the store. (4/23)

Gana-A'Yoo Limited is offering a summer intern position to work at Louden Tribal Council in Galena.  To qualify, applicants must be a Gana-A'Yoo shareholder or a descendant of a shareholder.  The starting and ending dates of the internship will depend on the intern's schedule, up to a maximum of 12 weeks on the job.  The internship will involve assisting the tribal council on a variety of projects and needs.  To apply or get more information, contact Janelle Huntington at 907-771-6535 or email resumes and letters of interest to jhuntington@ganaayoo.com. (4/21)

Tanana Chiefs Conference is looking to hire a full time clinic director for the Edgar Nollner Health Center in Galena. The director will supervise several different departments within the clinic while also recruiting, training, and evaluating staff. Minimum qualifications include but are not limited to three years of supervisory experience in a clinic, tribal or health care environment, and a bachelors degree in the health field or equivalent combination of education, experience and training. A masters-level education is preferred but not required. Apply online at www.tananachiefs.org or by emailing brad.clark@tananachiefs.org. Complete details are in a document here.

Tanana Chiefs Conference has the following jobs open across the TCC region: Community Health Aide/Practitioner and Tribal Family Youth Specialist in Alatna, Community Health Representative and Village Public Safety Officer in Allakaket, Itinerant Behavioral Health Clinician in Galena, Tribal Administrator in Hughes, Tribal Family Youth Specialist in Huslia, and a Community Health Aide/Practitioner in Ruby.  Regionwide, TCC is looking for an itinerant community health aide, a medical coder, a primary counselor, a village public safety officer, and a wellness cultural camp manager. To apply or find out more, contact the Tanana Chiefs HR department by calling 1-800-478-6822 Ext. 3155, email humanresources@tananachiefs.org, or visit their website at www.tananachiefs.org (updated 4/26)

 

KIYU is seeking an Operations Assistant. Job responsibilities include on-air announcing, participating in community events, general office work, downloading and editing of radio programs, and other duties as assigned by the General Manager. Applicants must have at least one year of relevant experience, or be able to demonstrate ability to perform duties.  A current drivers license is also required.  Minimum education requirement is a high school diploma. Salary will depend on experience. See more information and how to apply here.

 

 

 

FOUND: In Galena, Gail Gregory found a cell phone at her house. If you left it call her at 656-1980. (4/21)

NEW - LOST: Between 4-mile below Galena and Koyukuk on Monday night, a black front panel for Ski-Doo Expedition, binoculars in a black rectangular carrying case and a Uniden handheld VHF radio. If found, call Jason in Koyukuk at 972-2246 or leave a message for him in Galena at 656-1980. (4-25)

 

   

*** 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!

FOR SALE: In Galena, a former Yukon 800 race boat, The Midnight Special. Comes with power lift, motor lift, and gas tanks. Asking price is $5000.  Call C.J. at 656-7201 for more information. (4/19)

NEW - Kim Ueeck has decided to sell the "LaRee Annette".  To be more specific, his handmade 17 foot redwood strip-canoe.  It was recently re-varnished.  Comes with custom canoe cover.  Will easily pack an entire moose and two people to paddle it out.  Asking $1995 or best offer.  Also for sale, an upright freezer for $160.  Call Kim at 656-7286 on either item. (4/27)


FOR SALE: In Galena, a pair of girls size 12 Bogs. Brand new, never used. Pretty purple and pink colored. If interested please call Marie at 468-1008. (4/24)

WANTED/BUYING: In Fairbanks, Erik is buying fresh brown moose shed antlers for $9.00 lb. Brown antlers cut off the skull are $10.00 lb. and will pay extra for large sets . Call 907-378-5974. Please tell him you heard about it on KIYU.

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The Galena Community Pool Winter Schedule

 

NORMAL WINTER SCHEDULE

Morning Lap Swims:

Monday – Wednesday – Friday from 6:30 - 7:30 am

Afternoon Lap Swims:
Tuesday and Thursday from 5 - 6 pm

Open Swims:

Friday and Saturday from 7 - 8:30 pm.

 

The Charles Evans Community Library in Galena Winter hours:

Winter hours are Monday through Thursdays from 3pm to 6pm, and Sundays from 12noon to 3pm during the school year.

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Galena Bus Schedule

Any changes in the bus schedule due to weather conditions will be announced on KIYU in the morning.

Morning pickups

Gana-Yoo Apartments: 7:40

Post Office 7:42

Gabe’s Drive 7:50 a.m.

Crow Creek 7:55 a.m.

Louden Loop 8:00 a.m.

Antoski 8:04 a.m.

Arrives at SHS at 8:09 a.m.

There will be morning bus departures from SHS at 8:10 a.m. and 8:45 a.m., and from the GILA Dining Hall at 8 a.m., 8:30 a.m. and 8:35 a.m.

There will be mid-day bus departures from GILA at 12:25 p.m. and 12:35 p.m.

In the afternoon, the bus departs from SHS at 3:10 p.m. for elementary student drop-offs. 

Buses depart from both SHS and GILA at 4 pm for high schoolers. 


  The GCSD pre-K through 8th grade calendar for the school year is here and the high school calendar is here. SHS breakfast and lunch menus at the bottom of this wireless page.


 

UPDATED April 2017 Here is an updated listing of privately owned lodging establishments in Galena along with those that offer vehicle rentals. Please feel free to share this resource with those needing short or long term, temporary lodging or transportation. If you offer these services we can list them. Please e-mail us at wireless@kiyu.com so we can post it on-line.

Galena Emergency Numbers

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

Fire Department:  911

Police Department:  656-7337

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

Airport Police (statewide, toll free):  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

GALENA COFFEE SHOP

 Phone Number: 656-2505

Please call in orders as soon as possible

Open from 8:15 am to 2 pm on weekdays.

April 24th - April 29th daily specials:

 

Monday

Chicken Wrap w/Pasta Salad

Tuesday

Pho Soup and Spring Rolls

Wednesday

Nachos Supreme or Enchiladas Casserole

Thursday

Chicken Coconut Curry over Rice

Friday

Homemade Clam Chowder or Pizza

Saturday -

Open 11am-2pm

Burger nights: Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 5 to 7 pm

Credit card payments are only accepted when starting an account.  No personal checks.


FRIDAY NIGHT PIZZA SALES at the Two Seasons Dining Hall at GILA are back. CLICK HERE FOR A MENU!

16-inch ready to eat pizza is $25. Gourmet cookies are $10 a dozen with any pizza order.

Send order to tammy.white@galenanet.com or call 656-2053,ext 363 by 3pm on Friday. Orders available for pickup Friday 4pm–7 pm.


Sidney C. Huntington School Menus


APRIL 2017 BREAKFAST

 

 MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

 

 

            

            

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 “Galena city school district is an equal opportunity employer”            

B        3

A        4

B        5

A        6

B        7

 

HOT OATMEAL

GRANOLA BARS

ASSORTED YOGURT

 

 

WAFFLES

SAUSAGE PATTY

STRAWBERRY CUPS

 

 

EGG OMELET

WHOLE WHEAT TOAST

FRESH FRUIT

 

 

 

EGG MC HAWK

HASHBROWN PATTYS

ORANGE JUICE

 

 

ASSORTED DRY CEREAL

BLUEBERRY MUFFINS

FRUIT COCKTAIL

  

A       10

B       11

A       12

B       13

14

 

CREAM OF WHEAT

CINNAMON TOAST

ASSORTED YOGURT

 

 

BANANA PANCAKES

SLICED BACON

FRESH FRUIT

 

 

BREAKFAST BURRITO

TRI-TATORS

ORANGE JUICE

 

 

BREAKFAST BAGELS

FRESH ORANGES

 

 

TEACHER IN-SERVICE

NO SCHOOL

 

A       17

B       18

A       19

B       20

A       21

 

HOT OATMEAL

APPLE CINNAMON MUFFIN

FRESH FRUIT

 

 

BISCUITS AND GRAVY

HASHBROWN PATTY

ORANGE JUICE

 

 

SCRAMBLED EGGS

SAUSAGE LINKS

WHOLE WHEAT TOAST

TROPICAL FRUIT

 

 

CINNAMON ROLLS

CORNED BEEF HASH

MANDARIN ORANGES

 

 

ASSORTED DRY CEREAL

TOASTED BAGEL W/ CREAM CHEESE

FRESH FRUIT

 

B       24

A       25

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A       27

B           28

 

CREAM OF WHEAT

BANANA NUT MUFFINS

SLICED PEARS

 

 

FRENCH TOAST

SAUSAGE PATTYS

MIXED BERRIES

 

 

PIZZA BAGELS

FRESH FRUIT

 

BLUEBERRY STRUSSEL

BOILED EGGS

FRESH ORANGES

 

        

 

 

 

COOKS CHOICE

A            29

SATURDAY SCHOOL

STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKES 

SAUSAGE LINKS/FRUIT       

 MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE                                          1% LOWFAT AND NONFAT WHTIE MILK AVAILABLE @ ALL MEAL

 

APRIL 2017 LUNCH

 

 MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

B             3

 A              4

B              5

A             6

B              7

 

POPCORN CHICKEN

SWEET POTATO FRIES

FRESH BANANA

CATSUP/SWEET N SOUR  

NONFAT WHITE MILK

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

  Cooks choice

 

SLICED PEACHES

NONFAT WHTIE MILK

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

BURGERS ON WG BUN

W/ LETTUCE & TOMATO

BAKED BEANS

APPLE CRISP

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK            

YAKISOBA

CUT GREEN BEANS

GRAHAM CRACKERS

FRUIT COCKTAIL

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

TUNA FISH SANDWICH

FRESH GREEN COLESLAW

APPLESAUCE CUP

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

 

A          10

B           11

A           12

B           13

               14

 

CHICKEN VEGETABLE SOUP

GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH

MANDARIN ORANGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

PEPPERONI PIZZA

CELERY STICK W/PEANUT
BUTTER

SLICED PEARS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

BURGERS W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

CUT BROCCOLI

TROPICAL FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

SALISBURY STEAK

BROWN RICE

KERNEL CORN / BREAD

PINEAPPLE TIDBITS

NONFAT WHITE MILK

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

 

TEACHER INSERVICE

 

NO SCHOOL  

A            17

B             18

A           19

B           2 0

A          21

FISH NUGGETS

RICE PILAF

CUT BROCCOLI

FRUITCOCKTAIL

NONFAT WHITE MILK

1% LOWFAT WTITE MILK

 

 

HUNGRY HAWK NACHOES

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

MEXICAN SALSA

MANDARIN ORANGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

  

BURGER OF DAY

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO 

VEGETABLE

PEACH COBBLER

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

CHICKEN FAJITA TORTILLA

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO  

REFRIED BEANS

APPLESAUCE CUP

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

HAM & CHEESE ON HOAGIE

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

SALAD OF DAY

FROZEN MIXED BERRIES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

 

B            24

A           25

B            26

A           27

B           28

WG CORN DOG

VEGETABLE

CATSUP

FRUIT OF DAY

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

HAM & CHEESE CASSEROLE

CUT BROCCOLI

BREAD OF DAY

TROPICAL FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONAT WHITE MILK

BURGER OF DAY

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

SWEET POTATO FRIES

SLICED PEACHES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

PITA BREAD W/ CHILI

REFRIED BEANS

CHEESE,LETTUCE,TOMATO

PINEAPPLE TIDBITS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

TURKEY & CHEESE ON HOAGIE W/VEGGIES

VEGETABLE

SLICED PEARS

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

SATURDAY MENU BELOW

 

 Happy Easter 4/16

 

 

A    SAT     29

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

 

             

           

“Galena City School District  is an Equal Opportunity Provider

  

 

 

 

 

 

      Cooks choice

FRUIT

1% LOW FAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

 MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE                                                                                                      SALAD BAR AT ALL GRADES    

 

GILA Two Seasons Dining Hall menus:

April 2017 Breakfast

April 2017 Lunch

April 2017 Dinner