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Untitled - Marketplace for Kids
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elcome to Marketplace for Kids 2009!
We are excited that you have accepted the educational opportunities that will prepare
you for the rapid changes transforming our world.
Marketplace for Kids is a place to experience and test NEW IDEAS and to showcase
your own innovation, and creativity. We all celebrate your achievements while giving
you new tools, materials and hands-on learning.
Thank you for participating. There wouldn’t be a Marketplace for Kids without
you! Thanks also go to the class presenters, exhibitors, sponsors, teachers, bus drivers,
volunteers, advisors, administrators, and community leaders whose contributions of time,
talent, and resources make this Education Day possible.
The success of Marketplace for Kids is not in the Education Day itself, but in the
ideas shared today! We hope you enjoy today’s activities, but more importantly, we hope
you will take what you have seen, heard and learned today, and use it to make your
community an even better place.
Let Your Ideas Lead You to Success!
Sincerely,
Marketplace of Ideas/Marketplace for Kids, Inc. Board of Directors
Roger Johnson, Agriculture Commissioner
Dr. Wayne G. Sanstead, Superintendent of Public Instruction
Wayne Kutzer, State Director, ND Department of Career & Technical Education
Shirley Dykshoorn, Fargo, ND
Elwood “Woody” Barth, Solen, ND
Honorary Members
Sarah Vogel, Bismarck, ND
Lynn Clancy, Bismarck, ND
The Marketplace of Ideas/Marketplace for Kids, Inc. Board of Directors and the Statewide
Advisory Leadership Teams for Marketplace for Kids would like to extend a sincere Thank You
to U.S. Senator Kent Conrad for his vision and support of the Marketplace for Kids program.
Thank you U.S. Senator Kent Conrad!
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Welcome to Marketplace for Kids!
Table of Contents
Region 6 Advisory
Leadership Team:
Welcome to Marketplace for Kids...............................2
Peter Carvell, Co-Chair
William S. Gussner
Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Region 6 Leadership Team........................................3
Opening & Closing Ceremonies.................................4
Patricia Schlenker, Co-Chair
Jamestown Public Schools
Jamestown, ND
Class Schedule..........................................................6
Class Descriptions & Presenters...............................8
Connie Smith, Honorary Co-Chair
Jamestown ND
ProjectMap.............................................................11
Jody Endres
Carrington Elementary School
Carrington, ND
Project Guide..........................................................12
Education/Information Exhibits............................19
Kristy Landenberger
Louis L’Amour Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Fun Activities.........................................................20
Marketplace for Kids Partners................................22
Mike Romans
William S. Gussner
Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Jamestown College Map.........................................24
A Specia
Cindy Kapaun
Maple Valley Elementary School
Tower City, ND
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Dr. Robert S. Badal & Staff
Jamestown College
Cathy Lutz, Conferencing Director
Jamestown College
Barb Moos
Washington Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Education/Information Booth Exhibitors
Jamestown High School DECA Volunteers
Jamestown College Volunteers
& To All Other Volunteers
Janell Wollschlager
Director of Dining Services
Jamestown College
Students, Teachers, Chaperones, Advisors
& School Bus Drivers
Jamestown Middle School Jazz Band
& Director Ken Aune
Parents, Family & Friends of Our Students
Jamestown Children’s Choir
& Director Meredith Meidinger
Marie Keenan, Jamestown ND
Boy Scout Pack 135 &
Pack Leader Keith Domke
Mike Seminary, Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson
Opening & Closing Ceremony Guests
Class Presenters
School Board Members & Administration
of Our Participating Schools
Community Leaders
Region 6 Advisory Leadership Team Members
South East Education Cooperative
Bismarck Tribune
ND Jump$tart Coalition
NDSU Extension Service
Marketplace for Kids is a 501(c)3, Nonprofit Organization and an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
The Marketplace for Kids program is funded, in part, through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Education.
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
Lu Morehouse
Stutsman County Family
Nutrition Program
Jamestown, ND
Connie Ova
Jamestown/Stutsman
Development Corporation
Jamestown, ND
Scott Schmiedeberg
Lincoln Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Sue Valenta
Montpelier Public School
Montpelier, ND
Rae Ann Vandrovec
Jamestown Public Schools
Jamestown, ND
Judy White
Roosevelt Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Kyle Davison
South East Education Cooperative
Fargo, ND
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Take good care of your possessions!
Marketplace for Kids and
Jamestown College CANNOT
be responsible for lost or stolen items.
9:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.
PRE-OPENING ENTERTAINMENT
Jamestown College Reiland Fine Arts Center
Jamestown Middle School Jazz Band
Directed by Mr. Ken Aune
9:15 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
OPENING CEREMONY
Jamestown College Reiland Fine Arts Center
Master of Ceremonies/Opening Remarks
Peter Carvell, Co-Chair, Marketplace for Kids
Region 6 Advisory Leadership Team
Presentation of Colors
Boy Scout Pack 135
Keith Domke, Pack Leader
National Anthem
Marie Keenan, Musician
Student Jamestown High School
2009 Marketplace Talent Search Finalist
Sack lunches can be stored
in Nafus Student Center
at Jamestown College and
eaten in the assigned areas.
NEED HELP? Stop at the
Information Center, or look
for a guide in a yellow vest.
Wear your name badge over
your heart at all times!
Remember to thank your
presenters, teachers,
chaperones, bus drivers and
other volunteers that help
you throughout the day!
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Region 6
Marketplace for Kids
Education Day
Monday, March 9, 2009
9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Please Follow The Schedule
That Is Printed On Your Name Badge!
LUNCH:
Please have lunch at your
scheduled time and cleanup
after yourself!
QUIET PLEASE! Do not visit
in the hallways while classes
are in session. Cell phones
must be turned OFF when
entering the classroom!
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MARIE KEENAN is a 16 year old sophomore at
Jamestown High School. She enjoys Choir, English
and World History. She has been singing for about
two years and playing guitar for about six. She enjoys
seeing when people are moved by her music.
National Anthem
Oh, say can you see, by the dawn’s
early light, what so proudly we hailed
at the twilight’s last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright
stars, through the perilous fight, o’er
the ramparts we watched, were so
gallantly streaming?
And the rocket’s red glare, the bombs
bursting in air, gave proof through the
night that our flag was still there.
O say, does that star-spangled banner
yet wave o’er the land of the free and
the home of the brave!
Introduction of Special Guests
and Welcoming Remarks
Dr. Robert S. Badal, President, Jamestown College
DR. BADAL, Jamestown College’s 12th President,
holds doctoral and master’s degrees in theater from
Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. His
special interests are dramatic literature and theatre
history. His undergraduate work in English was
completed at the University of Illinois--Urbana. Dr.
Badal also holds a certificate from the Institute for
Educational Management at Harvard University.
He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi honor society. For
service to the American College Theatre Festival, Dr.
Badal is the recipient of the John F. Kennedy Center’s
Amoco Gold Medallion.
If You Have An Emergency:
Contact your teacher or chaperone.
In the event you cannot find your teacher or chaperone, go to the
Volunteer Center.
(Someone will be in the Volunteer Center at all times.)
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Opening & Closing Ceremony
General Schedule For The Day
9:40 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
ALL STUDENTS ~ Attend Class
(Check your name badge for your assigned class.)
10:20 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.
ALL STUDENTS ~ Attend Class
(Check your name badge for your assigned class.)
10:50 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
PROJECT STUDENTS ~ Eat Lunch/View Projects
(Green Name Badge)
11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
GROUP 1 & 2 STUDENTS ~ Attend Class
(Purple & Orange Name Badges)
(Check your name badge for your assigned class.)
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
PROJECT STUDENTS ~ Showcase your Project
(Green Name Badge)
(Please remember to stay at your project during this time.
Volunteers will be stopping to visit your project and award your participation ribbon.)
11:30 a.m. – 11:55 a.m.
GROUP 1 STUDENTS ~ Eat Lunch
(Purple Name Badge)
GROUP 2 STUDENTS ~ Visit Projects & Booths
(Orange Name Badge)
11:55 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.
GROUP 1 STUDENTS ~ Visit Projects & Booths
(Purple Name Badge)
GROUP 2 STUDENTS ~ Eat Lunch
(Orange Name Badge)
12:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
ALL STUDENTS ~ Attend Class
(Check your name badge for your assigned class.)
Please Follow The Schedule That Is Printed On Your Name Badge!
1:10 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
CLOSING CEREMONY
Jamestown College Reiland Fine Arts Center
Master of Ceremonies/Closing Remarks
Peter Carvell, Co-Chair, Marketplace for Kids
Region 6 Advisory Leadership Team
Introduction of Special Guests
and Closing Remarks
Closing Speaker
Mike Seminary, Director of Community Relations
Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson, Inc.
“Building A Community Around Your Dreams”
Marketplace for Kids 2009 Tribute
Thank you for participating in
Marketplace for Kids!
See you next year!
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
MIKE SEMINARY, who works for
Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson a large regional
civil engineering company, has been an
annual participant in “Marketplace for
Kids” Education Days. His past experience
has helped him develop a unique way
of relating the importance of math and
science to engineering and how it impacts
the communities in which students live.
His presentation is designed to make a
difference for the students of North
Dakota by opening a door for kids
to understand how important both
engineers and engineering are to their
community…but most importantly; how
important the students are to their future
communities.
When students enter the classroom Mike
starts his presentation by asking them
to tell him what they really want to be
when they grow up. He then proceeds to
write all of this information on a dry erase
board and designs a community around
everything the students have told him.
He then uses this “student created
community” to describe how kid’s dreams
are the fuel for development. He builds
on this concept to show students that
every community, city, state, country and
profession exists because some kid had a
dream and that their teachers and family
members were important encouragers
of this process. This helps students
understand the importance of studying
and learning to the best of their abilities
to help them realize their dreams. By the
end of the presentation the marker board
has a community complete with schools,
factories, NASCAR tracks, strip malls,
research labs, Zoos, NFL stadiums, beauty
salons, auto dealers, and more! He even
includes the important roles music, art,
taxes and politicians play in making this
system work by using real stories from his
life to provide impact, drama, humor and
energy.
This presentation is all about kids, their
dreams, and applying themselves; it is a
life lesson about civics, turning dreams
into goals and building communities--and
doing so together.
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Class Schedule
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Region 6 Class Schedule
(Schedule Subject To Change)
Any schedule changes will be announced during the Opening Ceremony!
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Class Schedule
Jamestown College, Jamestown, ND
(Schedule Subject To Change)
Any schedule changes will be announced during the Opening Ceremony!
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Class Descriptions & Presenters
Class A: I is for Idea, Imagination,
and Invention
Give your brain cells a workout and use
your Ideas and Imagination to make
wonderful Inventions in this hands-on class!
Work in teams to make the coolest toy, solve
a problem, or just make something fun out of
recyclable stuff. It is suggested that all 4th
graders attend this class.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Lyngstad Center – Building 5
Second Floor Room 217
It’s part hiking, part scavenger hunt, and
part hide-and-seek. It’s as low tech as the
walking stick in your left hand and as
high tech as the compact global positioning
system (GPS) cradled in your right.
(At the request of the presenter,
class size is limited to 24 students.)
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Lyngstad Center – Building 5
First Floor Room 110
Lance Brower, Extension Agent
North Dakota State University
2514 4th Street NE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-9030 Fax: 701-251-2969
[email protected]
Class B: Check This Out!
The World of Checks
and Balances
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Unruh-Sheldon Center – Building 14
Second Floor Room 235
Monica Hieb
Member Service Representative
First Community Credit Union
111 9th Street SW
PO Box 2180
Jamestown, ND 58402
701-252-0360 Fax: 701-253-5156
www.firstcommunitycu.com
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Class C: High Tech
Scavenger Hunt
Doris Griffin
3701 64th Avenue NE
Oberon, ND 58357
701-798-2302
[email protected]
This class will guide you through the
world of personal checking accounts. It will
include writing checks, preparing deposit
slips, balancing a checkbook register, and
how a check works.
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Carmen Rath-Wald, Extension Agent
North Dakota State University
301 Broadway
Napoleon, ND 58561-9999
701-754-2504 Fax: 701-754-2986
[email protected]
Class D: We're Crude,
We're Slippery
and We've Got Gas
Join the “Crude Brothers” along with
their band members, 2-Methylhexane,
Dimethylcyclopentane, Toluene, Cyclohexane,
Hexane, and Uncle Heptane, to see if
your Five Carbon Naphthenens could be
dehydroisomerized into aromatics. This class
is simply a gas!
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Raugust Library – Building 10
First Floor Lecture A
Kent Ellis, ECAP Coordinator
Bismarck Public Schools
1200 West College Drive
PO Box 5587
Bismarck, ND 58506-5587
701-224-5433 Fax: 701-224-5552
[email protected]
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Class E: A Day in the Life
of a Veterinarian
This class will give an in-depth view of
veterinary medicine by showing different
animal species and the surgeries and
procedures performed on these species.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Reiland Fine Arts Center – Building 1
Missouri Room
Dr. Dawn Olson, Veterinarian
Southwood Veterinary Clinic
833 18th Street SW
PO Box 10
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-3430 Fax: 701-252-3511
Class F: Emergency! Call Us at 911
Police, firefighters and others respond to
emergencies on a daily basis. Do you have
what it takes to join them? Attend this class
to hear stories from their day and see their
equipment and the unlawful things they
find.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Lyngstad Center – Building 5
Second Floor Room 214
Robert Huus, Officer
Jamestown Police Department
205 6th Street SE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-2414 Fax: 701-251-6297
[email protected]
www.jamestownpd.com
Sheldon Mohr, Training Officer
Jamestown Fire Department
209 2nd Avenue NW
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-1441 Fax: 701-252-4786
[email protected]
www.fdjamestown.com
Adam Johnson
Supervisory Transportation
Security Officer
Department of Homeland Security
Transportation Secruity Administration
Jamestown Airport
1600 21st Avenue NE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-269-3790
LuAnn Hinnenkamp
Security Training Instructor
Department of Homeland Security
Transportation Security Administration
Hector International Airport
2801 32nd Avenue NW
Fargo, ND 58102
701-261-1204
[email protected]
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Class Descriptions & Presenters
Class G: To Tell the Truth
This interactive class allows you to quiz our
panelists and find out what their job is. Be
careful--they may try and lead you astray!
Attend this class and see if you can tell who
is telling the truth.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Lyngstad Center – Building 5
First Floor Room 107
Joe Nelms, Technician/Sales
Mastel’s Heating and A/C
102 3rd Avenue SE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-2800 Fax: 701-952-2800
[email protected]
Jim Ritter, Electrician
1607 Highwaty 281 N
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-1605
[email protected]
Class H: Create Your Own Website!
Do you have an invention or project that you
think others would like? Do you have an idea
for a home business? Create a web page that
you can take home and discover how it can be
a powerful tool to advertise your invention,
project, or business!
(At the request of the presenter,
class size is limited to 30 students.)
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Unruh-Sheldon Center – Building 14
Second Floor Room 230 Computer Lab
Jeremy Eisenzimmer
IT Manager
Lake Region RadioWorks
201 4th Ave NE #103
Devils Lake, ND 58301
701-662-7563 Fax: 701-662-7564
[email protected]
www.lrradioworks.com
Class I: Don't Mess with Meth
Attend this class and learn more about
methamphetamines and how Meth can
affect your life.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Lyngstad Center – Building 5
Second Floor Room 206
Rachelle Loda
Training and Research Associate
Rural Crime & Justice Center
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707
701-858-3444 Fax: 701-858-3460
[email protected]
www.minotstateu.edu/rcjc
LeeAnn Pekovitch
Training and Research Associate
Rural Crime & Justice Center
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707
701-858-3456 Fax: 858-3460
[email protected]
www.minotstateu.edu/rcjc
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Class J: Building a Community
Around Your Dreams
Everyone dreams! We dream about being
teachers, doctors, gamers, engineers,
attorneys, business owners, movie stars,
and rock stars. We dream about what we
will be and what our communities will be
like. Ever wonder who puts the pieces of this
puzzle together as towns and cities grow?
Engineers design that stuff! This interactive
class will give you a glimpse of how engineers
solve these puzzles and how important your
dreams are in making all of this work.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Lyngstad Center – Building 5
Second Floor Room 207
Mike Seminary
Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson, Inc.
PO Box 1157
Bismarck, ND 58502-1157
701-355-8473 Fax: 701-355-8781
[email protected]
www.kljeng.com
Class K: Advertising:
What’s Your Sign?
Have you ever wondered why businesses
come up with those cool ads to promote their
new product? Well, let’s check them out!
Jamestown DECA members will show you
the different types of advertising you see
every day, and even help you make your own.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Unruh-Sheldon Center – Building 14
Second Floor Room 234
Tracy Becker
DECA Students
Jamestown High School
1509 10th Street NE
PO Box 269
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-952-4259 Fax: 701-252-3646
[email protected]
Class L: Mr. Potato Head's
Nightmare!
Travel on an adventure with Mr. Potato
Head through a potato processing facility
that makes french fries.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Reiland Fine Arts Center – Building 1
Auditorium
Greg Allen, Administration Manager
Cavendish Farms
5855 3rd Street SE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-5222 Fax: 701-952-3070
[email protected]
www.cavendishfarms.com
Class M: Volunteerism 101:
Kids Who Care
Volunteering helps you and others. Come
and learn about volunteering and ways you
can make a difference. You’ll learn about the
benefits of volunteering, trends in volunteering,
volunteering opportunities, and more!
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Unruh-Sheldon Center – Building 14
Second Floor Room 233
Connie Haas, Co-Chair/Office Manager
Relay for Life – Ingstad Family
Media of Jamestown
2625 8th Avenue SW
PO Box 1170
Jamestown, ND 58402-1170
701-252-1400 Fax: 701-252-1402
[email protected]
Class N: Fitness for the Fun of It!
Learn fun ways to be fit and make healthy
food choices!
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Unruh-Sheldon Center – Building 14
First Floor Room 132
Amy Walters
South East Education Cooperative
Coordinated School Health
207 2nd Avenue SE
PO Box 269
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-1950 Fax: 701-251-2011
[email protected]
www.seec.k12.nd.us
Class O: From Idea to Successful
Business
Talk with this panel of entrepreneurs who
had an idea and turned it into a successful
business. Maybe your idea can lead you to
your own business!
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Raugust Lirbrary – Building 10
First Floor Lecture B
Loretta Welk-Jung
Author/Educational
Consultant Products
Crystalene The Rainbow Snow Girl
1738 5th Avenue NE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-952-4741
[email protected]
www.crystalene.net
Deb Lee, Co-Owner
Dakota Treats
419 8th Street SW
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-269-2689
[email protected]
www.dakotatreats.com
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Class Descriptions & Presenters
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Con gratulat ns!
2009 Marketplace/Northern Plains
Invention Contest Youth Innovators
AGES 13 AND UNDER
1st Place ~ Adam Philip Schreiner
Hunter, ND
Creator of Taco Tape
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Class P: Broadcasting (In and Out)
of the Classroom
Come to this class and see what’s behind the
voices on the radio.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Raugust Library – Building 10
Downstairs TV/Radio Room
William Oren
JCTV Station Manager
Jamestown College
Student Media Center
7202 College Lane
Jamestown, ND 58405
406-351-3160
[email protected]
www.jc.edu/theco
2nd Place ~ Jonah B. Eslinger
Bismarck, ND
Creator of Deck the Roof
Class R: Adventures in Engineering
Engineering can take you many different
places--from oceans and land, to buildings
and communities, to space and food.
Engineers are involved in many different
ways. Attend this class to hear a few of the
life adventures you can be a part of in the
career of engineering.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Unruh-Sheldon Center – Building 14
First Floor Room 136
Steve Thompson
Senior Project Engineer
Interstate Engineering, Inc.
PO Box 2035
Jamestown, ND 58402-2035
[email protected]
www.interstateeng.com
Class Q: Nano...Nano...…
Nano what? Nanotechnology is the study of
extremely small things. Imagine 20 billion
things fitting into a jar with room to spare.
This class will demonstrate nanotechnology
devices and talk about opportunities in this
career field. You will even get a chance to
take part in hands-on experiments.
9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m.,
11:00 a.m., and 12:30 p.m.
Unruh-Sheldon Center – Building 14
First Floor Room 134
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Class S: Patents, Trademarks,
and Copyrights:
Protecting Your Creations
Learn how to protect the ideas that you
create! There are a number of ways that you
can keep your inventions or ideas safe. You
will learn how trademarks protect products
and services and how copyrights protect the
writings of an author.
9:40 a.m. and 10:20 a.m.
Raugust Library – Building 10
First Floor Lecture C
Kristi Jean
Nanoscience Instructor
ND State College of Science
1305 19th Avenue N
Fargo, ND 58102
701-231-6922 Fax: 701-231-6905
[email protected]
www.NDSCSnano.com
Dan Buchanan
Non Criminal Private
Practice Attorney
Buchanan Law Office
110 1st Street East
PO Box 879
Jamestown, ND 58402
701-252-6604 Fax: 701-952-4757
[email protected]
3rd Place ~ Benjamin John Longlet
Arthur, ND
Creator of the Heated Pet Waterer
For More Information,
Please Contact:
AGES 14-18
1st Place ~ MacKenzie F.A. Melby
Watford City, ND
Creator of The Smart Trailer
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Marilyn K. Kipp, Executive Director
Marketplace for Kids
311 East Thayer Avenue, Suite C
Bismarck, ND 58501-4024
888-384-8410 or 701-663-0150
Fax: 701-663-1032
[email protected]
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Project Guide (As of February 27, 2009)
The following list is in
order by school, teacher,
and table number.
It includes the name of the
project, a description, and
the exhibitor's name(s).
Barnes County North Central Campus
Rogers, ND
Ms. Bryn, 6th Grade
F-09/10* Heavy Hitters Bowling Alley
Our invention is a little bowling alley. When
you get bored and feel like bowling, you can
bowl right at home.
Tim E, Logan G and Austin L
F-11*
Locker Pocket
The Locker Pocket holds pens and pencils
and also small utensils.
Jesse B
F-12*
Cheath Bits Cookies
Our recipe for our cookies has chocolate and
Heath bits. It’s a concoction for all ages.
Macey S and Lexi W
G-09*
Stranilla Slush
This recipe is delicious and perfect for a hot
summer day and is easy to make.
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Courtenay, ND
Ms. Christensen, 3rd & 5th Grade
L-15/16* The Pampered Pet
These are for making pets comfy and cozy.
This is fun to personalize products for pets.
Victoria C and Cole C
Ellendale Public School
Ellendale, ND
Ms. McMiller, 6th Grade
H-09/10* Big Popper
A Rube Goldberg contraption that will result
in balloons being popped.
Jacob T, Kellemon H, Sam H and Adam W
H-11*
Seal ‘ Em Quick
This is an easy way to close boxes. By using
this invention, there will be no more stale
crackers or cereal from boxes being left open.
Katelyn F and Liz L
H-12*
Sock It 2 U
This invention will help keep socks together
during the wash and drying process. Nor
more missing socks!
Emily H and Lindsey B
H-13*
Yummy Play Doo!
Since some kids eat play-dough, we have
created recipes that are edible!
Lexi A and Monica H
G-10*
C.D.R.
Our invention is a refreshing drink for
anytime of the day.
Cody D, Ryder M and Dakota S
H-14*
iPod Finder
This invention will allow people to find their
iPods easily! When lost, a buzzer will help
you locate it.
Tiana P, Victoria D, Shania M and April T
G-11*
Banjo
Stop by and see Joey’s banjo made from
cardboard, a box and rubber bands.
Joey S
H-15*
Egg Cracker
A Rube Goldberg contraption that will end
with an egg being cracked.
Jonathan S and Daniel K
G-12*
H-16*
Shady Saddle
Our saddle will keep you and your horse
protected from the weather.
Gus K and Dahltin P
Fruit & Yogurt
Special K Cookies
My recipe is a tasty snack made with Special
K cereal and sugar cookie mix.
Ann Marie N
G-13*
Cozy Critters
This is an invention that can keep your
house warm in the winter and cold in
the summer. Cozy Critters will also save
money and energy.
Amanda O and Anna S
G-14*
Roll-A-Yard
Whether you are traveling 20 miles or 2,000
miles, this is the game for you.
Laine S
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Hillcrest Adventist Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Ms. Toay, 6th Grade
K-15/16
Pocket Blanket
This is a blue jean blanket with pockets on
it. You can put little items in the pockets
like a flashlight, cell phone, books, tv remote,
camera and snacks.
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Jamestown, ND
Mrs. Dale and Mr. Fritz, 4th Grade
D-01/02* The DS Computer
Our invention will make the DS better.
Brandi H and Samantha H
D-03/04* Bailey’s Project
Come by and see Bailey’s project.
Bailey A
D-05/06* The Mail Shute 3000
Is it too cold outside to go get your mail. Our
project will help you. The mail goes through
a tunnel from your mailbox to your house.
Maya M and Raenessa O
D-07/08*
Lexie, Codi, & Jasmine’s
Project
Visit with them to learn more about their
project.
Lexie K, Codi Lynn B and Jasmine H
E-01*
Scruber and Washer 2 in 1
The Scruber and Washer 2 in 1 will help you
wash and vacumn your floor and get the job
done right.
Cassandra V and Alexa C
E-02*
Finger Savers
My invention will help you remove things
from your toaster without burning your
fingers.
Cody Z
E-03*
VACCAR
Visit with Trey and Parker and learn more
about the VACCAR.
Trey F and Parker M
E-05*
Alex’s Project
Come by and learn more about Alex’s project.
Alex S
E-06*
Morgan’s Project
Stop by and see Morgan’s project.
Morgan M
E-07*
Run Flat Tire
Have you ever had a flat tire? Then this
invention is for you. It has a special plastic
that can stand 30,000 pounds of pressure.
John V and Heather A
E-08*
Cat Carrier
Visit with Logan and Isaac and learn more
about their cat carrier.
Isaac R and Logan D
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
Project Guide (As of February 27, 2009)
F-01*
Ultra Scooper
The Ultra Scooper is the perfect thing for
people with a bad back and hate the smell
of dog droppings. The Ultra Scooper has an
extendable handle to pick up after your dog
with out getting to close.
Madison M
F-02*
Toy Mobile
The Toy Mobile helps organize toys, books
and posters.
Colin B and Dylan S
F-03*
Milkbone Masterpiece
Our invention is a dog treat holder.
Serena M and Kyla W
F-04*
Darrien’s Project
Learn more about Darrien’s gas saving
project.
Darrien N
F-05*
Haleigh’s Project
Visit with Haleigh and learn more about her
invention.
Haleigh M
Lincoln Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mr. Schmiedeberg & Mrs. Taszerak
5th Grade
F-07/08* Easy Watering
Do you need help with watering plants?
Come by and learn more.
Kenny W, Kyle K and Seth K
G-01*
Doggy Play House
Stop by and learn more about Julia and
Hannah’s project, Doggy Play House.
Julia B and Hannah K
G-02*
Creative Blanket
Our project is nice and warm. Learn more
about our Creative Blanket.
Jolissa N and Kianne S
G-03*
Shovel Helper
Our project will help kids shovel driveways
and get ice off the ground.
Tran Z, Zach C and Paxton M
G-04*
Student’s Supply Sack
This sack is an inexpensive, washable,
personalized bag that goes behind your chair.
You can store pencils, books and other school
supplies.
Aelisa M and Leanna E
G-05*
Poco To Go
The Poco To Go is a hat with a pocket that
holds your cell phone and more.
Morgan Z and Cody L
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
G-06*
Book Holder
Have you ever dropped your books? We have
and that’s why we built the Book Holder.
Stop by and learn more.
Dylan K, Anthony N and Nathanial G
G-07*
Sink Songs
The best way to prevent the spread of germs
is to wash your hands. This project will help
children and adults wash their hands for the
amount of time necessary to destroy germs.
Savannah K
G-08*
Neon Money Belt
Our project will help you carry money
without getting it stolen or losing it.
Samantha O, Ashlynn E and Kylie L
H-01*
JJN Game Holder
Have you ever lost your video games? We
have the solution. Our invention will hold
your video games so you don’t lose them.
Jakob L, Jaren F and Nathan H
H-02*
Smelly Gifts
Come by and learn more about Danielle and
Hanna’s project, Smelly Gifts.
Danielle F and Hanna H
M-06
Ice Shovel
Stop by and learn more about Adam and
Justin’s project, the Ice Shovel.
Adam R and Justin B
M-07
R and R Reindeer
Our invention is a heating and massaging
stuffed animal. It will relax and comfort you.
Emily R, Breanna D and Macee M
M-08
Volunteering at the
Humane Society
Our project is about volunteering at the
Humane Society.
Tiera B and Elizabeth M
M-09
The Cat House
Stop by and see Racheal and Nate’s amazing
cat house.
Nathanial W and Racheal R
M-10
Waist Leash
Our invention will help you walk your dog. It
is a leash and belt in one.
Maddison H and Emma P
H-03*
Remote Detector
How many times have you lost your remote.
The Remote Detector will lead you to your
remote.
Lacey Z and Allison S
H-04*
Electronic Holder
The Electronic Holder helps people keep all
their electronics safe.
Bethany P and Darian D
Louis L'Amour Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Ms. Landenberger, 4th Grade
M-01
Self Cleaning Floor
This invention cleans floors by itself.
Cole B
M-02
Pop ‘N Drop
Do you like popcorn but don’t like the kernels?
Our invention will separate the kernels from
the popcorn.
Jackson S and Mason R
M-03/04 Left Handed Keyboard
Are you left handed? My keyboard has the
numbers on the left hand side.
Dylan M
M-05
Mega Cup
The Mega Cup will hold popcorn, pop and
candy and much much more.
Beau W, Chris S and Brody J
Louis L'Amour Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mr. Ova, 5th Grade
K-07/08* Pick-Up Pole Holder
Fishermen, is it getting harder to crawl in
the box of your truck? Then, my invention
is for you. It will help you grab your fishing
pole so you don’t have to climb in the box.
Dylon J
K-09*
Fishing Chair 3000
My invention, the Fishing Chair 3000 will
help gather your stuff for fishing and help
get lures on your fishing pole after you catch
a fish.
Cody W
K-10*
School Pocket
Do you need help getting organized? Our
project sure will help. It is a little device the
size of a pocket knife and when you open it
up, school supplies are in the holes.
Samantha H, Megan W and Kayla S
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K-11*
Webkinz Pillows
Our project is a pillow you can put your
Webkinz on.
Haley S and Leah T
M-15 I Didn’t Buck Today
Come by and learn about Colton’s horse
treats.
Colton T
K-12*
Pet Side Car
Does your pet like to ride in the car? Our
invention is a safe place for your pet to ride
in the car so they can see out the window but
not to disturb the driver.
Noah W, Brandyn H and Justin I
M-16
Babysitting
We will watch your kids for you. We care, we
are fun and we will bring toys.
Mariah I and Sheyenne P
K-13*
Shooks
My project is a shoe that has a built in sock.
Cole B
K-14*
Wrist-Rod Holder
The Wrist-Rod is for grabbing something
from the cooler, for unexpected fishing bites
and for answering the phone. Who wouldn’t
want this?
Erik B
L-01*
I Heard It In School
Our game will help little kids learn school
manners and practices.
Samuel M and Skylar L
L-02*
Cool-Off
Don’t you hate burning your tongue when
you drink hot chocolate? Come by and see
Lane and Dante’s project to help cool things
off.
Lane S and Dante D
N-01*
GM - G-General M-Music
The GM is a CD containing 5 songs.
Jacob B
N-02*
Spoontacular
This invention will clean up the digging for
spoons in cereal, soup and dye.
Nathan G
N-03*
Handy Dandy
Handy Dandy is just for helping. From
cleaning house, to shoveling or taking care
of pets, I do it all.
Barret S
N-04
Fun Games
Games to play when you are bored.
Tyler A and Colton W
N-05*
Child Care with
Jonathan and Fallon
Our business is baby-sitting. We can baby-sit
your children.
Fallon R and Jonathan J
L-03*
Glass Heater
Our heater goes around your windows and
defrosts them during the winter months.
Chris S and Jesiah R
N-06*
Scrapbooking 1
Our project is taking pictures of our class
and scrapbooking with them.
Alexis M and Emma W
Maple Valley Elementary School
Oriska, ND
Ms. Kapaun, 5th & 6th Grade
N-07*
Sean’s Fresh Veggies
My business is selling veggies at the Tower
City Farmers Market.
Sean B
M-11
JJ Mowing
JJ Mowing is a business where we can mow
your lawn for you.
Jesse J and Jake R
N-08*
Rock Band Researchers
We will give information and do research on
AC/DC and other bands including country.
Wyatt D and Daniel B
M-12* Glove Heater
This product heats your glove when you are
done playing outside and your gloves are wet.
It heats from the inside out.
Corby R and Eliot P
N-09*
Megan & Ashley’s Old 2 New
We will turn old stuff into new. You bring in
your junk and get something new.
Megan K and Ashley P
M-13
Scrapbooking II
Our project will show people how to scrapbook
and make new things.
Stephanie N and Katelyn S
N-10*
5 Tips
Come by and learn 5 tips from 3 of Alex’s
favorite Wii games. He will also include a DS
game.
Alex S
M-14
Birdhouses
Our project will bring birds to your lawn and
help bird watchers identify birds.
Eric G and Michael D
N-11*
Fashion Divas!
Our business makes accessories like
bracelets, necklaces and rings.
Erin G and Brooklynn F
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SC Strings and Things
We make accessories such as hats, scarves,
ponytail holders, bracelets, necklaces out of
yarn and string.
Sarah B and Courtney B
N-13
Derby Box
Come by and learn how to make a battery
box for a derby car.
Gunnar B and Tyler R
N-14*
The Jen’s Edible Playdough
Your kids can play and have a good time
with the Jen’s Edible Playdough and won’t
get hurt if they eat it.
Jenna P and Jennifer R
N-15*
All Tied Up
We make tie blankets and we either sell
them or give them to charity.
Rylee N and Kiana B
N-16*
Gebdell’s Dog House
Come and learn about more about dog
accessories and good dog treat recipes.
Zach G and Riggs N
O-01/02* Lawn Light Wind Power
LLWP
This wind powered generator will power
a light for your driveway or lawn and will
clamp on a post.
Lane C and Alex T
O-03*
The Study Game
Our game will help kids learn. We will have
flash cards with questions to read.
Katie P, Austin W and Preston B
Medina Public School
Medina, ND
Mr. Bosche, 5th Grade
L-05*
Homemade Slushies
We will show you how to make a good tasting
slushy.
Kate S, Jaycee M and Kaitlyn D
L-06*
Grain Mask
Put this grain mask on over your head when
you are shoveling grain on your farm.
David D
L-07*
Ping Pong Ball Launcher
This invention is a ping pong ball and
rubber band that launches the ping pong ball
through a tube.
Tanner L and Alex I
L-08*
Stuffies
Stuffies can be used for cuddling or for
decoration.
Rachel S and Caity E
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
Project Guide (As of February 27, 2009)
L-09*
Guess Who
Our project is about how to guess what other
people like.
Madi M, Brooke K and McKenzy D
A-04
The Deluxe Frenchie Kit
Visit Tessa’s project and learn more about
the Deluxe Frenchie Kit.
Tessa H
Medina Public School
Medina, ND
Mrs. Heinrich, 6th Grade
A-05
The Coat Rack From Nature
Stop by and learn more about Elsa’s coat
rack.
Elsa S
L-10*
Bankrupt
Our board game will teach you how to handle
money.
Genesis M, Megan R and Sara R
A-06
Hunting Holder
Stop by and learn more about Jayden and
Sierra’s project.
Sierra W and Jayden K
L-11/12* Alien Pest Control, Inc.
(A.P.C.I)
It is a game to save Earth from aliens.
Bailey H and Michael A
A-07
Bull of Fear Racing
Stop by Hayden’s booth and learn more about
Bull of Fear Racing.
Hayden E
L-13
Spelling Land
Our invention will help with studying
spelling and it’s fun.
Morgan I and Kaitlynn A
A-08
Pocket on a String
Visit Rhianne’s project, Pocket on a String.
Rhianne B
Montpelier Public School
Montpelier, ND
Ms. Valenta, 5th & 6th Grade
O-05*
Lava Land
We made lava lamps using water, oil, food
coloring, alka-seltzer tablets and bottles
Tyra B, Maylee R, Jackie C and Bethany L
O-06*
SK Fencing
Cattle fencing out of steel panels. Hand
welded metal. The best on the market.
Orrin K and Wyatt S
O-07/08* Dog Wagon
It is a doghouse on a wagon so your dog
doesn’t get tired.
Trystan H and Nolan H
New Rockford-Sheyenne Public School
New Rockford, ND
Mr. Risovi, 6th Grade
A-01
The IT
Visit Savannah’s project, The IT.
Savannah H
A-02
Softer Saucer
Stop by and learn more about the Softer
Saucer.
Joanna L
A-03
Jack Pack
Stop by and visit Terik and Josh’s project.
Terik S and Josh W
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
A-09
Wooden Car Truck
Visit Hunter’s project, Wooden Car Truck.
Hunter H
A-10
Spring Trainer 3000
Stop by and learn more about the Spring
Trainer 3000.
Seth G
A-11
The Hitch
Come and learn more about The Hitch.
James M
A-12
Chewless Tug & Necklines
Visit Malinda’s project, Chewless Tug &
Necklines.
Malinda T
A-13
Lamb Feeders
Visit Tyler’s project and learn more about
Lamb Feeders.
Tyler L
A-14
The Artist’s Organizer
Come by and learn more from Ashley about
The Artist’s Organizer.
Ashley S
A-15
Do-Dada
Stop by and visit Chase’s project, Do-Dada.
Chase R
B-13
Hook-M-Horn
Visit Corey’s project, Hook-M-Horn.
Corey S
B-14
Bunchy Scunchies
Stop by and visit Natalie’s project.
Natalie G
B-15
Pheasant Gear
Stop by and learn more about Pheasant Gear
from Lucas.
Lucas R
B-16
Rice Buddies
Come by and learn more about Rice Buddies.
Savanna H
Pingree-Buchanan Elementary School
Buchanon, ND
Ms. Neys, 5th & 6th Grade
G-15/16* Robotic Delivery
Have you always wanted help with chores
and projects? Then, our invention is perfect
for you. It is a classroom or home assistant to
help with chores, projects & duties, etc.
Mariah W and Joey K
Roosevelt Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mr. Anderson, 4th Grade
H-05*
Sar and Britt’s Locker
This invention will help people keep lockers
organized.
Brittany P and Sarah G
H-06*
Cuppy
This invention is a cup that you can put your
popcorn and beverage in the center of the
Cuppy and other snacks on the side.
Elizabeth G and Emily A
H-07*
Magnetic Boots
These boots will allow you to walk up metal
walls to get things or just to have fun.
Zane K
H-08*
Paper Lift
The Paper Lift will help you lift pages.
Dayden R
A-16
Thing-A-Ma-Bobber
Stop by and visit Jake’s project.
Jake B
I-01/02* Tap-A-Ball
Tap-A-Ball is a game where there are 8
metal walls with bumpers and when
somebody bumps the ball out, they lose.
Michael D
B-12
Rockin Blanket
Stop by and learn more about the Rockin
Blanket from Hailey and Shyia.
Hailey F and Shyia E
I-03/04* The Dragon Fly Roller Coaster
This is a roller coaster powered by motors
and with the use of gears and pulleys.
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Rocket Throwing Arm
The Rocket Throwing Arm will help people
throw balls the size of a baseball and smaller.
Andy D
K-03/04* Robot Smartie
When you don’t know the answer, just ask
our robot.
Kasady S, Nathan A and Cole S
Roosevelt Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mr. Mecklenberg & Ms. Stewart
5th Grade
K-05*
Recyler
Stop by and learn more about Colten’s
project, Recycler.
Colten F
J-05/06* K.J.A’S Project
This bunk bed for cats is very handy if you
have more than one cat. It will save you
money.
Kelsey B, Jeremy C and Ashley S
J-07/08* Super Splat 58401
Have fun playing this game board.
Ian A, Taylor W and JoHanna S
J-09/10 The Egg Taker
Visit with Cheyenne and learn how the Egg
Taker helps farmers go faster.
Cheyenne D
J-11*
Time to Play
Our invention is a dog kit/babysitting kit. It
has a collar and leash just in case the collar
breaks on a walk. The kit also has dog
biscuits, food, water, toys and a brush.
Tiffany O, Renada K and Trista S
J-12
Trash Can Weight
The Trash Can Weight is a weight that fits
into the bottom of a trash can for a vehicle. It
prevents the basket from tipping over while
you are driving.
Emily O and Kayla R
J-13
Flower Toppers
Our invention is a flower on your pencil.
When you pull a rubber band, a flower
blooms.
Genesis M, Elise O and Michelle O
J-14*
Stink Away Oderizers
Our invention is on the stench of your locker.
And by the way, they stink. Use Stink Away
Oderizers.
Paige C and Taylor O
J-15*
Pretty Pets
Are you bored with regular pets? Stop by
and see Pretty Pets which are pets dazzled
up with jewelry.
Jordyn G and Jaden R
J-16*
Instant Suds
This small cube of soap can be carried in your
purse or pocket and can be used whenever
you need to wash up.
Baylee B and Abbie S
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PRIK
It’s an amazing board game.
Paulina K
Roosevelt Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mrs. White, 4th Grade
E-11/12* Game Shelf
This amazing shelf will hold your games,
your game system and your controllers.
Jordan W
E-13/14* M&T Glam Designs
Come and learn more about Tia and
Morgan’s business.
Morgan S and Tia W
E-15*
Leg Cubby
The Leg Cubby is a box that goes around
your leg.
Alyssa G
E-16*
Money Tazer
Stop by and learn more about Mikala’s
Money Tazer.
Mikala K
F-14*
Master Tae Kwon Do
Board Holder
Our invention will hold your Tae Kwon Do
board while practice breaking it.
Zack B and Medora P
F-15*
The Animal Dressing Room
With my invention, you put your animal
inside and when your animal comes out, it
has clothes on.
Jennifer A
F-16*
Clean Rain Water
My invention makes drinking water out of
rain water by running it through a filter.
Hunter B
St. John's Academy
Jamestown, ND
Mrs. Yatskis, 6th Grade
P-01/02* The Tracing Gizmo
This wonderful creation is composed of a
simple wooden box with light bulbs inside. On
top of the formation are two layers of imitation
glass. For use: place an image between the
glass panels. With a blank paper on top, begin
tracing. Come and see for yourself!
Jessica V
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Jamestown, ND
Mr. Buchholtz & Mrs. Moos
5th Grade
I-07/08*
Slumber Party Kit
For Dogs
Are you a dog lover? If so, then you must see
this kit with nail polish, lip stick, dog treats
and food for your dog.
Whitney W, Sara H and Megan M
I-09/10*
Truck Holder
This invention is a holder for a gas powered
truck that makes it easier to carry it around
when you need to use it.
Taylor K, Nolan K, Alec S and Brooke R
I-11*
Cat Castle
Our invention is a fun house for cats to play in.
Allison M and Samantha S
I-12*
Friends Forever Frame
Our frame looks like a TV but is a friendship
frame.
Hannah B, Cheyenne B and Genna B
I-13*
The Electric Duster
My invention can go anywhere and dust.
Mason H
I-14*
Magnet School Box
The Magnet School Box is an invention that
has metal and magnets sticking to the side.
Emily H and Jacob K
I-15*
The Awesome
Locker Organizer
Do you have a messy locker? Then this
invention is for you. It will help you get your
locker organized.
McKenzie S and Alyssa M
I-16*
The Apple Picker
This apple picker has many uses such as a
roof rake, a bucket and much more.
Dawson D and Nicholas M
J-01/02*
Pooch Bag
This invention is a new idea for an old
backpack.
Carissa D and Nichole D
J-03/04*
Cool Car
Haven’t you ever wanted a car that could fly?
Stop by and learn more about the Cool Car.
D’Montre B
K-01/02* Trash Can
Learn more about our robot that can hold
your food and drinks.
Mackenzie C, Bryan G, Chloe C and
Dillon W
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William S. Gussner Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Ms. Langbehn, 4th Grade
C-15/16* Mini Catapult
Visit Colton’s project and learn more about
his Mini Catapult.
Colton A
D-09*
Corn Warmer
The Corn Warmer is a bag of corn that can be
put in the microwave. Visit with us to learn
more.
Chloe D, Rachel M and Maggie R
D-10*
Automatic Dog Feeder
Our invention will help make feeding your
dog alot better.
Maryssa B and Hannah M
D-11*
Spungy Soap
The Spungy Soap is a barsoap that doesn’t
fall apart.
Dawson H
D-12*
Art Holder
My invention will hold art, paper, markers,
crayons and much more. It will help you for
a creative idea.
Madison J
D-13*
Fuzzy Hats
Are you tired of being cold? Then, let our
Fuzzy Hats warm you up.
Luke B and Cohl H
D-14*
The Boot Helper
Stop by and learn more about Dylan’s project,
The Boot Helper.
Dylan M
D-15/16* Dog Bed
Come by and learn more about Bryton and
Ethan’s Dog Bed.
Bryton D and Ethan H
E-09*
Secret Animal
Our project is a stuffed animal with a secret
compartment that you can hide things in.
Alexa K, Kassi M and Molly F
William S. Gussner Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mr. Rudy & Mrs. Kukowski
5th Grade
B-01*
Fuzzee Lampz
Visit our project and learn more about Fuzzee
Lampz.
Jenna G and Thressa P
B-02*
LippGliss
LippGliss is for kids and adults. We also are
making different perfumes.
Meghanne Q and Kylee V
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
B-03/04* The Amazing
Marshmallow Blaster
Come by and learn more about our project,
The Amazing Marshmallow Blaster.
Wyatt M, Tristan J and Cedric B
B-05/06* Sports Glove
Come by and learn more about our project,
Sports Glove.
Andrew T and Monty N
B-07/08* Launcher 6000
The Launcher 6000 launches things just for
fun.
Conner G, Austin H and Seth L
B-09/10* Pocket Scarves
Pocket Scarves have pockets to keep your
hands warm.
Dakotah P
C-01/02* BJ Comics
Visit with Brady and Josh about their comics.
They will make you laugh.
Brady C and Josh S
C-03*
Do You Know Your ND Facts?
Our game is about North Dakota facts. The
first one to the end wins.
Sierra H and Larissa O
C-04*
Locker Glitz
Are you looking for something special for your
locker? The Locker Glitz is a glittery cabinet
for your locker to help you get organized.
Erin H and Brittney C
C-05*
Fruitie Tootie Bookmarks
Our invention smells great! It is a combination
of your favorite scents and bookmarks.
Sierra G and Emily L
C-06*
Conditionneur Cheveux
Broose
Our invention is a must have for the shower.
Come by and learn more.
Elizabeth F and Mikayla P
C-07*
The N-B Collection
Have you ever had a shoe lace break and you
don’t have an extra lace? With our invention,
you won’t have to worry about it. The N-B
Collection is a little box on the back of your
shoe with an extra pair of laces.
Ben E and Nick S
C-08*
Pocket Pal
The Pocket Pal has hidden pockets for your belt.
Jared S
C-09*
EZ Organizer
Tired of dropping supplies all the time? Try
our EZ Organizer. It will fix all your problems.
Ashley W, Hannah J and Nolan J
C-10*
Travel Organizer
Do you have a hard time keeping your things
organized in the car? The Travel Organizer
is perfect for you. It can hold pens, crayons
and when you open it up, you can put paper
and other things in it.
Sierra B and Kailey A
C-11*
Glockey Gear
My invention is glow in the dark hockey gear
for playing on an outdoor ice rink at night.
Erik W
C-12*
Tinkle Takler
If you are potty training a puppy then you
might get your hands wet. Don’t worry, the
Tinkle Takler will prevent hand dampness.
Maxine M
C-13*
Wonderful Chapstick Holder
My invention holds Chapstick. You can fold
or roll it up and take it anywhere.
Jennifer N
C-14*
Questions and Answers
Visit with Harrison about his board game.
Harrison C
Zeeland Public School
Zeeland, ND
Mr. Hettich, 5th & 6th Grade
O-09*
Lot-A-Stuff
This invention is a coat rack with different
things at the top.
Andy N and Nick F
O-10*
Chetzel
This invention is a container that you put a
pretzel and cheese in, so you don’t spill the
cheese.
Hannah M and Marissa M
O-11*
Red Tape Launcher
The Red Taper Launcher will launch clay
pigeons.
Jesse J and John M
O-12*
Night Tracks
Night Tracks is a glow in the dark rug or
carpet to help you see where you are going at
night so you don’t “whoops” down the stairs!
Natalie S and Kara W
O-13*
Shoe Light
The Shoe Light is a candle in a decorated
shoe.
Hope E and Casondra R
O-14*
Non Dropper
It’s a device when you hook the pencil to the
hook sweater, it prevents the pencil from
falling.
Corey H and Chad O
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Participating Schools & Teachers
(As of February 27, 2009)
Ashley Public School
Ashley, ND
Louis L'Amour Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Barnes County North Central Campus
Rogers, ND
Maple Valley Elementary School
Oriska, ND
Ms. Campbell, 5th & 6th Grade
Ms. Bryn, 6th Grade
Christensen Academy
Courtenay, ND
Ms. Christensen, 3rd & 5th Grade
Ellendale Public School
Ellendale, ND
Ms. McMiller, 6th Grade
Gackle-Streeter Public School
Gackle, ND
Mr. Berg, 5th & 6th Grade
Hillcrest Adventist Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Ms. Toay, 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th Grade
Lincoln Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mrs. Dale, 4th Grade
Mr. Fritz, 4th Grade
Mr. Schmiedeberg, 5th Grade
Mrs. Taszerak, 5th Grade
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Ms. Landenberger, 4th Grade
Mr. Ova, 5th Grade
Ms. Kapaun, 5th & 6th Grade
Mrs. Lysne, 5th & 6th Grade
Mrs. Richman, 5th & 6th Grade
Mrs. Coghlan, 5th & 6th Grade
Mr. Miller, 5th & 6th Grade
Medina Public School
Medina, ND
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St. John's Academy
Jamestown, ND
Mrs. Yatskis, 6th Grade
Wagner Homeschool
Pingree, ND
Mrs. Wagner, 4th & 6th Grade
Washington Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mr. Buchholtz, 5th Grade
Mrs. Moos, 5th Grade
William S. Gussner Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mr. Bosche, 5th Grade
Mrs. Heinrich, 6th Grade
Mrs. Odenbach, 4th Grade
Mrs. Gaffaney, 3rd Grade
Mrs. Hare, 3rd Grade
Mrs. Kukowski, 5th Grade
Ms. Langbehn, 4th Grade
Mr. Rudy, 5th Grade
Montpelier Public School
Montpelier, ND
Ms. Valenta, 5th & 6th Grade
New Rockford -Sheyenne Public School
New Rockford, ND
Wishek Elementary School
Wishek, ND
Mr. Risovi, 6th Grade
Mrs. Christensen, 5th Grade
Mrs. Goehring, 6th Grade
Pingree-Buchanan Elementary School
Buchanan, ND
Zeeland Public School
Zeeland, ND
Ms. Neys, 5th & 6th Grade
Mr. Hettich, 5th & 6th Grade
Roosevelt Elementary School
Jamestown, ND
Mr. Anderson, 4th Grade
Mr. Mecklenberg, 5th Grade
Ms. Stewart, 5th Grade
Mrs. White, 4th Grade
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At the ND State Fair, Minot, ND
In Conjunction with
Co-op Day
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
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For More Information, Contact:
Marketplace for Kids
888-384-8410
[email protected]
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
Education/Information Exhibits
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Boy Scouts of America
The Northern Lights Council, Boy
Scouts of America is dedicated to helping
local volunteers effectively carry out the
Scouting aims of character development,
citizenship training, and improved mental
and physical fitness for youth ages 7-20.
Eldon Stahl
915 4th Avenue NE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-952-2721 Fax: 701-952-2722
[email protected]
www.nlcbsa.org
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First Community
Credit Union
First Community Credit Union provides
a full array of financial services and products. The credit union is a non-profit
financial institution which is owned by its
members.
Nafus Student Center
Jamestown College
Established in 1883, Jamestown College
is a private, liberal arts, four-year college
which grants Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of
Science, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing
degrees. Jamestown College offers more than
40 areas of study.
Cathy Lutz & Trina Lawrence
6056 College Lane
Jamestown, ND 58405
701-252-3467, Ext. 5800
Fax: 701-253-4318
[email protected]
www.jc.edu
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Jamestown Arts Center
The Jamestown Arts Center offers a full
schedule of activities for kids during the
summer months. The Arts Center also
has rotating exhibits in the gallery and
performance space in addition to classes.
Mary Schwartzkopf
PO Box 363
Jamestown, ND 58402
701-251-2469 Fax: 701-251-1749
[email protected]
www.jamestownartscenter.org
Mike Warden
419 5th Street NE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-1050
[email protected]
www.jamestownhospital.com
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Mastel's Heating
& Air Conditioning
Mastel’s Heating and Air Conditioning
provides services and installation for
heating systems, air conditioning, and
refrigeration.
Joe Nelms
102 3rd Avenue SE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-2800 Fax: 701-952-2800
[email protected]
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Rural Crime &
Justice Center
The Rural Crime and Justice Center is
located on the campus of Minot State
University. One of their goals is to raise
public awareness and provide communities
with the knowledge they need to
protect themselves from the impact of
methamphetamine. They provide training,
public awareness, and school presentations
free of charge and are available to schedule
events for your community or organization.
Dawn Reule
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707
701-858-3449 Fax: 701-858-3460
[email protected]
www.minotstateu.edu/rcjc
Jamestown Hospital
Learn more about working in a hospital
laboratory. Using a microscope, you will
get to view slides to determine what a
patient needs.
Monica Schauer
PO Box 2180
310 10th Street SE
Jamestown, ND 58402
701-252-0360 Fax: 701-253-5156
[email protected]
www.firstcommunitycu.com
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South East Education
Cooperative Coordinated
School Health
The South East Education Cooperative
strives to enhance educational services for
schools. The Coordinated School Health Program works to improve the health and well
being of students therefore improving academic performance.
Amy Walters
PO Box 269
207 2nd Avenue SE
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-1950 Fax: 701-251-2011
[email protected]
www.seec.k12.nd.us
ND Jump$tart Coaliton
The ND Jump$tart Coalition promotes
financial literacy education to the residents
of North Dakota.
Wally Erhardt
Student Loans of ND
PO Box 5524
1200 Memorial Highway
Bismarck, ND 58506-5524
701-328-5654 Fax: 701-328-5716
[email protected]
www.ndjumpstart.org
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
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Fun Activities!
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Fun Activities!
Brain Teasers
Number Lines
Can you draw the straight line that
passes through the highest number
total for each box?
Slice of Life
Your meatball pizza just came out of
the oven and now you need to feed six
hungry kids. These kids are picky, so
they each want the same number of
meatballs. They also each want the
same size piece of pizza. How can you
cut the pie to satisfy all six kids?
Jollos & Plotz
These are jollos:
Number Lines -
Which are jollos and which are plotz?
Jollos & Plotz - Jollos have a circle,
triangle, and two lines; plotz have a
circle and four lines. A and C are
plotz.
These are plotz:
Slice of Life Answers:
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Marketplace of Ideas/Marketplace for Kids, Inc.
Partners (As of March 3, 2009)
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Garrison Diversion Conservancy District
ND Farmers Union
Dickey Rural Telephone Cooperative
Jamestown College
Ottertail Power Company
McIntosh County Bank
Cargill Malt, Cargill Cares Council
Sheyenne James R C & D Council
National Bank of Harvey
Jamestown/Stutsman
Development Corporation
Dakota Central
Telecommunications Cooperative
Northern Plains
Electric Cooperative
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Marketplace of Ideas/Marketplace for Kids, Inc.
Partners (As of March 3, 2009)
Underwriter Platinum
US Department of Education, Washington, DC
Underwriter Gold
Bank of North Dakota, Bismarck, ND
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corporation/
Foundation, Ft. Worth, TX
DaVita, Inc., El Segundo, CA
FPL Energy, LLC
MetLife, New York, NY
Northwest Area Foundation, St. Paul, MN
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Bentonville, AR
Xcel Energy, Minneapolis, MN
Silver
Friend
Aetna, Inc., Hartford, CT
Bismarck-Mandan Convention & Visitors Bureau,
Bismarck, ND
Co-Bank, Greenwood Village, CO
Dickinson State University, Dickinson, ND
Ecolab, Grand Forks, ND
Fort Berthold Community College, New Town, ND
Garrison Diversion Conservancy District,
Carrington, ND
Jamestown College, Jamestown, ND
Laducer, Inc., Mandan, ND
Lake Region State College, Devils Lake, ND
Marathon Oil Company, Houston, TX
Minot State University, Minot, ND
Minot State University-Bottineau, Bottineau, ND
NAVTEQ, Chicago, IL
ND Farm Credit Council-Fargo, Minot, Mandan, ND
Northwest Contracting, Inc., Bismarck, ND
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe/SBC Entrepreneurship
Center/Sitting Bull College, Ft Yates, ND
UND President’s Office, Grand Forks, ND
Williston State College, Williston, ND
American State Bank & Trust Company of Williston,
Williston, ND
BEK Communications Cooperative, Steele, ND
Burke-Divide Electric Cooperative, Columbus, ND
Citizens Community Credit Union, Devils Lake, ND
ComMark, Inc., Portland, ND
Commercial Bank of Mott, Mott, ND
Dakota Central Telecommunications Cooperative,
Carrington, ND
Dakota Defense Alliance, Killdeer, ND
Devils Lake Area Foundation, Devils Lake, ND
Dickey Rural Telephone Cooperative, Ellendale, ND
Farm & Ranch Guide, Bismarck, ND
Flash Printing, Bismarck, ND
Flasher Community Credit Union, Flasher, ND
ING Employee Giving Program, Minot, ND
McIntosh County Bank, Ashley, ND
Mor-Gran-Sou Electric Cooperative, Inc., Flasher, ND
Mountrail-Williams Electric Cooperative, Inc.,
Williston, ND
National Bank of Harvey, Harvey, ND
ND Telephone Company, Devils Lake, ND
Nodak Electric Cooperative, Inc., Grand Forks, ND
North Central Electric Cooperative, Inc.,
Bottineau, ND
Northern Plains Electric Cooperative, Carrington, ND
Northwest Communications Cooperative, Ray, ND
Pixel Movement, Fargo, ND
Polar Communications Corporation, Park River, ND
Rolette State Bank, Rolette, ND
Security First Bank of North Dakota, Mandan, ND
Slope Electric Cooperative, Inc., New England, ND
Verendrye Electric Cooperative, Inc., Velva, ND
Western Cooperative Credit Union, Williston, ND
Williston Casual for Charity Day, Williston, ND
WSC Foundation, Williston, ND
Platinum
Bronze
APUC, ND Department of Commerce, Bismarck, ND
Amazon.com, Seattle, WA
American Crystal Sugar Company, Moorhead, MN
CHS Foundation, St. Paul, MN
Cruise Industry Charitable Foundation,
Arlington, VA
DHL, Washington, DC
Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson, Bismarck, ND
Microsoft Corporation, Fargo, ND
ND Department of Public Instruction, Bismarck, ND
ND Mill & Elevator Association, Grand Forks, ND
Northrop Grumman Corporation, Irving, TX
Qwest Communications, Bismarck, ND
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Minneapolis, MN
Gold
American Indian Business Development Office,
Fargo, ND
Basin Electric Power Cooperative, Bismarck, ND
Farmers Union Insurance, Jamestown, ND
Great River Energy, Maple Grove, MN
Minnkota Power Cooperative, Inc., Grand Forks, ND
Montana-Dakota Utilities Company, Bismarck, ND
ND Coordinating Council for Cooperatives,
Jamestown, ND
North American Coal Corporation, Bismarck, ND
North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
Pacific Life Insurance Company, Newport Beach, CA
The Boeing Company, Arlington, VA
www.MarketplaceForKids.org
Aldevon, LLC, Fargo, ND
Bismarck-Mandan Chamber of Commerce,
Bismarck, ND
Bismarck-Mandan Development Association,
Bismarck, ND
Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota, Fargo, ND
BNI Coal, Bismarck, ND
Capital Credit Union, Bismarck, ND
Cargill Malt, Cargill Cares Council, Spiritwood, ND
Central Power Electric Cooperative, Inc., Minot, ND
Federal Home Loan Bank, Des Moines, IA
Forward Devils Lake Corporation, Devils Lake, ND
Global Electric Motorcars, Fargo, ND
Greater Bottineau Area Chamber of Commerce,
Bottineau, ND
Innovate ND, Bismarck, ND
Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corporation,
Jamestown, ND
Joe Friday Band, Bismarck, ND
Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing, Killdeer, ND
Lignite Energy Council, Bismarck, ND
Mandan Public Schools, Mandan, ND
MDU Resources Group, Bismarck, ND
Mid-America Credit Union Association,
Bismarck, ND
National Information Solutions Cooperative,
Mandan, ND
ND Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives,
Mandan, ND
ND Department of Career &Technical Education,
Bismarck, ND
ND Farmers Union, Jamestown, ND
Nemont Telephone, Scobey, MT
Neustel Law Offices, LTD, Fargo, ND
Northern Plains R C & D Council, Devils Lake, ND
NorthStar Caviar, Williston, ND
Operation Round-Up Program ~ Mountrail-Williams
Electric Cooperative, Williston, ND
Ottertail Power Company, Jamestown and
Devils Lake, ND
R.D. Offutt Company, Community Responsibility
Committee, Fargo, ND
Richtman’s Printing, Fargo, ND
Sheyenne James R C & D Council, Jamestown, ND
SolarBee, Inc., Dickinson, ND
SRT Communications, Inc., Minot, ND
Tesoro Refining & Marketing Company Northern Great Plains Region, Mandan, ND
TMI Systems Design Corporation, Dickinson, ND
UND Energy and Environmental Research Center,
Grand Forks, ND
University of Mary, Bismarck, ND
USDA-Rural Development, Bismarck, ND
Williston Basin R C & D Council, Williston, ND
" T hank You! "
Marketplace for Kids extends a sincere
“Thank You” to the North Dakota
Legislative Assembly for their support.
(Photo Credit: Will Kincaid)
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