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January 21, 2019 Edition

January 21, 2019 Edition

MEN’S BASKETBALL
vs. NDSU Wednesday, January 22 • 7 pm
MEN’S & WOMEN’S TRACK
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL vs. NDSU
Friday, January 24 • 7 pm
MEN’S & WOMEN’S TRACK
WOMEN’S SWIM Senior Day vs. SOUTH DAKOTA Saturday, January 25 • 2 pm
WRESTLING
vs. Oklahoma Sunday, January 26 • 2 pm
SDSU Division II Invite Friday, January 24 • 1:30 pm
Jim Emmerich Invitational Saturday, January 25 • 1 pm
The
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Vol. XLIX No. 46 January 21, 2020 609 5th Ave., Brookings, SD 57006 Phone 605-692-9311 [email protected]
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Saturday, January 25th • 8:30am-11:00am
BAKE SALE - PROCEEDS TO SUPPORT CYSTIC FIBROSIS
Cost: Lumberjack $7 • Regular $6 • Ages 5-11 $3.50 • Ages 4 & under FREE
SPONSORED BY: Brookings American Legion Post #74 1229 Western Avenue, Brookings
Proceeds will be used for Boy’s State & other charitable projects which the American Legion supports.
Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage,Coffee,Juice&Milk
Post Home available for rent. Call 692-5741 (leave message)
427 Main Avenue, Brookings 605-692-4324 www.nickshamburgers.com
HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY • 11AM-7PM | SATURDAY • 10AM-4PM
UPCOMING EVENTS
MITCHEll PaINTING. Residen- tial and commercial, interior and exterior. Insured, experienced
SATURDAY JANUARY 25TH
Registration starts at 1:00 p.m.
ST. THOMAS MORE
GYM
1700 8th Street South Brookings, SD
Open and FREE to ALL Boys and Girls Ages 9 to 14
QUESTIONS? Contact Justin Goetz 605-228-4117
Sponsored by St. Francis Xavier #3640 and Pius XII Newman Center College Knights
FREE THROW CHAMPIONSHIP
LAKE CAMPBELL SPoRTSMEn’S and references available. Call
CLuB monthly meeting. Monday, February 3, 2020. Club building. 7:30 pm.
Tanya at 690-0034.
RUMMAGE SALES
PIaNO TUNING, repair and restoration. no organ repair. Jeff olson, 605-203-0942.
J&J PaINTING: Interior and ex-
terior painting. Sheetrocking,
WAnTED BY CoLLECToR! old Slot Machines; Gum and Peanut Machines; old Baseball Cards; Li- onel, Marx, American Flyer Trains; Erector Sets; Tin, Wind-up, and Cast Iron Toys; old Hobo Day But- tons; neon Clocks; Indian Arrow- heads; u.S. Silver Coins; Scrap Gold. What's in your attic? Call Robert, 605-695-1274.
tape, texture and plastering. In-
THInKInG oF HAVInG A RuM- MAGE SALE BuT Do noT WAnT THE HASSLE? We buy most things of value from one item to a whole estate. Bargains on Main, 317 Main Avenue, Brookings. 605- 692-6551.
LERAAS PLuMBInG AnD EXCA- VATInG: Plumbing repair, remodels, water heaters, new construction, sewer repair and replacement, water lines, garbage holes, etc. 605-690- 4875.
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Registration and screening for children entering kindergarten this fall will be held:
Monday, March 23 | Tuesday, March 24
Dakota Prairie, Hillcrest, Medary Elementary Schools, SDSU Kindergarten and Brookings School District Junior Kindergarten
To attend kindergarten in the fall of 2020, a child must be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2020. Registration and screen- ing is required for all kindergarten students entering the Brook- ings School District. The screening process includes a readiness skills assessment that helps determine the child’s readiness for beginning kindergarten. This screening process is also needed for families interested in SDSU Kindergarten or Brookings School Disctrict Junior Kindergarten.
At your screening appointment, you will need to bring: 1. A certified copy of the child’s birth certificate
2. The child’s immunization records 3. Proof of residence
Schedule your appointment online
To make an appointment for you and your child to attend the screening/registration, go to www.brookings.k12.sd.us
For assistance, call Amanda Kesteloot at 696-4717.
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THOMPSON CONCrETE CON- STrUCTION for all your concrete needs, including sidewalks, drive- ways, patios, garage floors, stamped colored concrete and cat- tle yards/floors Insured. Free esti- mates. 690-2912 or 627-5125.
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Little Lambs Story Time
1010 8th Street South, Brookings, SD
Who: Children ages 0-5 and a parent or guardian What: Bible Stories, Activities, Crafts, Songs (free) When: Fridays from 10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
9-week winter session - January 10 - March 6
You do not need to attend every week.
Where: Our Savior Lutheran Church
1010 8th Street South in Brookings (next to Medary Acres Greenhouse)
To register: Call 692-6989 or e-mail [email protected] or online at www.oslcbrookings.net
INC. ......... 697-6852
• Residential & Commercial
• Remodeling • Vinyl Siding
• Roofing • Additions • Drywall
928 3rd Street, Brookings
HEAT N GLO &
KOZY HEAT
Fireplace Dealer
Call now to schedule a tune-up or an estimate on the purchase and install of a new unit!
SATURDAY SPECIAL
Saturdays 8:00 a.m. to Noon
$13.00 20 lb. Propane Fill
RAMSDELL’S
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Brookings, SD 57006 • 692-8323 MON-FRI 8AM-5PM | SAT 8AM-NOON


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International Society of Arborists (certi ed)
• Fully licensed and insured
• Tree removal - small and large • Pruning - trees and shrubs
• Dutch Elm Disease injections • Emerald Ash Borer treatment • Climbing services
• Cable and bracing services
FREE ESTIMATES Chad (605) 695-8550 Tanner (605) 641-5812
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2017 Chevy Traverse 1LT AWD 2016 Ford Explorer Platinum AWD
2015 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4WD 2017 Buick Envision Essence AWD
BrookingAutoMall.com | 605-696-7834 | Just West of 1-29 on 6th Street
OLDHAM SALOON
201 E. Main Street, Oldham, SD • 482-8122
SERVING NIGHTLY:


Open Tuesday - Saturday at 3:00pm Open Sunday at 4:00pm • Closed Monday

KRUEGER & CO: Remodeling, framing, doors, windows, drywall, cabinets, trim. Over 25 years ex- perience. Licensed in Brookings. 695-2747.
FOLKERTS PROPERTy MAIN- TENANCE. Snow removal, fall clean up, construction site clean- ing, gutter cleaning. Call us for all your property maintenance needs. Call James, 605-651-9456.
DISCMACON. For all your ma- sonry needs. Brick, block, rock, stucco. Commercial and Resi- dential. Call 605-692-2920 or 690-1877.
BARTELS CONSTRUCTION
T.B. CONSTRUCTION: For all your roofing, concrete and remod- eling needs. 690-0551.
DUNLAP PAINT SERVICES AND RESTORATION. Hardwood flooring, refinishing and installa- tion. Call now for your summer exterior/interior painting jobs. Hardwood floor refinishing and in- stallation, custom painted doors and woodwork. Also, furniture restoration. Commercial and new residential. Barns and farm build- ings, quonset painting, light car- pentry, log home experience. References available, 28 years experience. Home 693-4409, cell 695-5182.
AWESOME POSSUM QUILTING: long arm quilting. Free motion and computerized quilting service. Fast turn around. awesomepossumquilt ing.com - 605-695-2072.
STEVE’S PAINTING SERVICE: For all your painting needs, call 605-832-3291 or 690-1271 cell. Quality work and reasonable rates. Free estimates. Experi- enced, references available.




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Artists Sought for 2021 Gallery Exhibitions at the Brookings Arts Council
The Brookings Arts Council has opened its call for entries for the 2021 Gallery exhibitions. Submissions are open to all forms of Art and entries are open nationwide.
The Brookings Arts Council (BAC) is located in the recently renovated historic former Carnegie Library. There are 103 feet of wall space and approximately 1,300 square feet of floor space between two galleries. There are a variety of pedestals of various sizes available for use.
For more information on how to submit a entry go to brookingsartscouncil.org or email [email protected]
The deadline for submitting your entry for consideration is April 15th, 2020 with the artist notification of decision by May 20th, 2020. Submissions should be sent to the Brookings Arts Council at 524 4th St., Brookings SD 57006 or [email protected] and should identify on the envelope or email as ‘Gallery Submission’.
Hendricks Community Hospital Association
• Innovative technology
• Highest quality care
• 24-hour emergency services • Clinic services
• Ambulance services
• Hospice services
• Customized living apartments • Speciality outreach clinics
• Long-term care
THE ASSOCIATION INCLUDES:
Hendricks Clinic: 507-275-3121 Ivanhoe Medical Center: 507-694-1100
Hendricks Hospital
Hendricks Nursing Home Lincoln Lane Villa
Good Shepard Hospice Home Health Care
Hendricks Clinic
Ivanhoe Medical Center
THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDER OF CHOICE.
Tabb McCluskey DO • Deb Browning CNP Julie Cameron CNP • Kathy Christensen CNP Grant Eyjolfson MD • Tomasz Lis MD
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SPRING CLEANING? TOO MUCH STUFF? HAVE AN ESTATE TO LIQUIDATE?
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• Weekly Dances
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• Birthday Celebrations and Dinners
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BOLD STYLE | BOLD SAVINGS on beautiful cellular, pleated, natural, roller,
3x3
Actual Dimensions: 5.167” wide x 3” tall B/W: $72/week
COLOR: $122/week
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK!
STOP BY TACO JOHN’S BY SUNDAY to place your vote for the MOST DESERVING ATHLETE. Winner will be selected on Monday & will receive a commemorative plaque & combo meal from Taco John’s.
Sponsored by:
The 1/20/20 winner will be announced in our 1/28/20 edition.
We are unable to list
this week’s winner due the
Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.
Be sure to continue to look for the weekly list of nominee’s in future editions.
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solar, Fresco Roman, and Fabric Shades *
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STOP BY OUR BOOTH AT THE BROOKINGS HOME SHOW Saturday, February 8 • 10am - 5pm Sunday, February 9 • 11am - 3pm
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* Fabric shades include looped Roman, classic flat Roman, and seamless Roman styles only. Excludes commercial orders.
CALL(605)692-8509 | [email protected]
122 MAIN AVE. SOUTH, BROOKINGS, SD 57006
© Graber is a brand and registered trademark of Springs Window Fashions, the Best Experience Company.
SERVICES CONTINUED
FIREwOOd FOR SALE: Full cord delivery or 1/3 cord farm pickup. Call Ryan 605-690-6776.
Sports Injury and Family Wellness Center
Dr. Rod and Shelly Brandenburger
Spine and Extremity Chiropractic Care Nutritional Counseling
Sports, Auto and Work Comp Injuries Acupuncture | DOT and Sports Physicals | Drug Testing
692-BACK 2225
Accept all SD and MN Insurance Monday-Friday Saturday by appointment 1453 6th Street, Brookings Available 24 Hrs. for Emergency
Share your ideas and win some cash!
• $2,500 in Prize Money to be Awarded
The thirteenth annual Brookings Area Idea Competition is now open and taking entries from residents, including SDSU and high school stu- dents, providing the chance to win a total of $2,500 in cash prizes.
The 2020 contest, hosted by Brookings Economic Development Cor- poration (BEDC), encourages entrepreneurs, innovators, creative thinkers, and basically anyone with a good idea to participate by sub- mitting a one-page description simply explaining what your idea is, who would benefit from it and where are you at in the process of developing your idea into a potential product or business. Finalists will be asked to give a five-minute pitch of their idea to a panel of judges.
“The Idea Competition continues to be one of our most popular pro- grams,” said Jennifer Quail, BEDC Director of Entrepreneur Support. “In addition to having minimal requirements, this contest provides peo- ple with the opportunity to take their product or business ideas to the next level of development.”
Ideas can be submitted online at startupbrookings.com/idea Entries will be placed in either the General Business or Science/Technology cat- egories, and a total of $2,500 in prize money will be awarded with re- ceipt of money subject to winners reaching business milestones.
The competition is free, and the deadline for idea submissions is Tues- day, February 18th. Finalists will pitch their ideas on Friday, February 28th, and winners will be announced at an open house networking event that evening, from 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. at the Brookings Innova- tion Center.
“Brookings is a very creative and innovative community,” said Quail. “We are looking forward to seeing what the next big idea will be!” Questions about the contest may be directed to Quail at [email protected] or 605-697-8103.
The Idea Competition is just one of many programs supporting ideas, in- novation and entrepreneurship in the Brookings region. For more infor- mation, visit the Brookings Start-up Hub at www.startupbrookings.com
Insured • Equipped • Experienced
• WE DO SMALLER DIRT & ROCK WORK PROJECTS
• LAND CLEARING, BUILDING SITE CLEAN UP, BRUSH
CUTTING
• BOBCAT SKID STEER SERVICES FROM LARGE TRACK
TO SMALL 3’ WIDE UNIT FOR BACK YARD • FULL TREE REMOVAL SERVICE
• TREE PLANTING
• ORGANIC GARDEN DIRT/MULCH FOR SALE • QUALITY FIREWOOD FOR SALE
Look up forestry mulching on YouTube for a better understanding of our capabilities.
CALL FOR SPRING ESTIMATES! SERVICE 605-651-2528 MJ TREE
Matthew Zestrijan, Co-Owner LLC 605-695-5197
Dan Billet, Co-Owner
THE BEST TIME TO PLANT A TREE IS SPRING, THE BEST TIME TO REMOVE ONE IS WINTER.

Sheetrock work, tape and tex- ture; repair work, cabinets, furni- ture; general carpentry. Duane 605-690-3756, 605-693-1611.
dEBBIE’S ELITE CLEANING. New construction and residential cleaning, windows, car detailing, bush and tree trimming. Call 605- 690-0377.
BASEMENT PROFESSIONALS.
Certified radon mitigation and test- ing, egress window installation. C&S Construction, 605-651-4803. [email protected] www.brookingsbasements.com Free estimates.
d&J dRYwALL, 605-940-6098. Hang, Tape, Texture, Insured, Remodels, Basements, New Construction.
TOTAL EPOXY COATING: Easy in- stallation in just one day, start to fin- ish, in virtually any weather! Easy to clean, easy to maintain for a like- new appearance. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Call today! Total Epoxy Systems, LLC at 605-692-6425 or 605-690-6425. Epoxy605.com
LOUNSBERY CONSTRUCTION: Complete remodeling specialist for kitchens, bathrooms, and the rest of your house! Free estimates and consultation. Call or text 605-690- 9541.
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SNOW REMOVAL SERVICES Experienced & Insured CALL 605-690-0377
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buy deer and elk antlers. Call 605-360-3749.
whole houseful, we'll buy or make pawn loans on almost anything. Bargains on Main. 692-6551.
EMPLOYMENT
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STEVE’S BAr AnD GriLL, Trent, SD, is hiring full-time/part-time cook. Call 605-428-5603.
cars, trucks, old farm machinery, tin and wire. 605-254-4654.
SinAi COOpErATiVE ELEVA- TOr is looking to add an AppLi-

gains on Main, 317 Main av- enue, 692-6551.
We currently have the following openings:

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Actual Dimensions: 3.417” B/W: $48/week COLOR: $98/week
3x4
Actual Dimensions: 5.167” B/W: $96/week COLOR: $146/we
We currently have the following openings:
REGISTERED NURSE
Acute Care
DIETARY AIDE Part-Time
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT Long Term Care - Certification Classes Available
RN OR LPN – LONG TERM CARE Full-Time Night Shift
LICENSED SOCIAL WORKER - HOSPICE PRN - South Dakota Licensure Required
Please call for information if interested in any of our openings!!
Comprehensive benefit package offered including health insurance, life insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, PTO, employee health discounts, and more!
Apply on-line at: www.hendrickshosp.org
B/W: $96/week
Hendricks, MN 56136
HENDRICKS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
2x6 Attn: Human Resources ActualDimensions:3.41570”w3iEde.Lxi6n”ctoalnl St.,POBox106
[email protected]
Hendricks Community Hospital Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer
DAKOTA MOBILE HYDRAULICS
(A division of Prince Manufacturing Corporation.)
Brookings, South Dakota
DMH is currently accepting applications for the following positions in our manufacturing plant:
MACHINISTS ASSEMBLER
& WELDER 2ND SHIFT 1ST SHIFT
As a corporation, Prince has been a successful manufacturer of hydraulic components for over 60 years and continues to grow in its market. Prince cares about its employees, offering a safe, rewarding work experience in a team environment, and supports personal development and recognizes achievements.
REQUIREMENTS: The successful candidate must have a High School Diploma/ GED and be able to lift up to 70#. A background including mechanics, painting, farm- ing, machinery or industrial equipment is beneficial. We are looking for motivated in- dividuals with excellent teamwork skills. Must be able to support the Prince Values: Positive Attitude, Respect, Integrity, New Vision, Character and Enthusiasm.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: In return for these requirements and re- sponsibilities, Prince offers competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package that includes: Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance, 10 Paid Holidays, 401(k), Paid Vacation, 125 Flexible Benefit Plan, Paid Personal Time, Weekly Pay, Short-Term Disability, Direct Deposit, Long-Term Disability, 5 Paid Jury Days/Year, Life Insurance.
1ST SHIFT HOURS ARE 5:00 AM - 1:30 PM, MON. THRU FRI.
2ND SHIFT HOURS ARE 1:15 - 11:15 PM, MON. THRU THURS. (plus shift premium)
APPLICATION Visit our website: www.princehyd.com PROCEDURE: Click on About Us/Employment for application
Dakota Mobile Hydraulics, Human Resource Dept. Fax to: 712-252-6269 or email to [email protected] or stop at 111 32nd Avenue, Brookings during business hours for an application.
Must be 18 years of age. Post offer physical and drug testing are required. Prince is an equal opportunity employer.
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Development Coordinator
Are you interested in being a part of an organization that leads statewide advocacy for the humanities, celebrates literature, S promotes civic engagement and tells the stories that define our C
state? Join the SD Humanities Council!
The Development Coordinator is responsible for building a strong A financial base to support SDHC programming, operations, and
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grants to support our programs.
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To apply online, visit the SD Humanities Council website, www.sdhumanities.org You may also submit a cover letter and resume directly to [email protected]
DAKOTA MOBILE HYDRAULICS
(A division of Prince Manufacturing Corporation.)
Brookings, South Dakota
DMH is currently accepting applications in our manufacturing plant for
PART-TIMEASSEMBLERS & MACHINISTS
As a corporation, Prince has been a successful manufacturer of hydraulic components for over 60 years and continues to grow in its market. Prince cares about its employees, offering a safe, rewarding work experience in a team environment, and supports personal development and recognizes achievements.
REQUIREMENTS: The successful candidate must have a High School Diploma/ GED and be able to lift up to 70#. A background including mechanics, painting, farming, machinery or industrial equipment is beneficial. We are looking for mo- tivated individuals with excellent teamwork skills. Must be able to support the Prince Values: Positive Attitude, Respect, Integrity, New Vision, Character and Enthusiasm.
FLEXIBLE HOURS: 5:00am - 11:00pm
APPLICATION Visit our website: www.princehyd.com PROCEDURE: Click on About Us/Employment for application
Dakota Mobile Hydraulics, Human Resource Dept. Fax to: 712-252-6269 or email to [email protected] or stop at 111 32nd Avenue, Brookings during business hours for an application.
Must be 18 years of age. Post offer physical and drug testing are required. Prince is an equal opportunity employer.
R E C R E A T I O N MISCELLANEOUS
Oak Table 76” x 45” wiTh 6 chairs, 2 chairs are captain chairs. $400. call 605-690-2086 or605-690-2278.
Guns: Great selection 600 plus in stock, new and used. stop by The exchange at 32 Main av- enue, brookings. 605-692-2013.
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Full Time position, start date is
TBD, wages are competitive. Ex-
dition. Call 605-868-2702 (cell) or
perience encouraged, will train.

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BEDC’s Entrepreneur Support Program is interested in the continued development of creative and impactful ways to support ideas, innovation and entrepreneurship in the Brookings region. For more information, visit the Brookings Startup Hub at www.startupbrookings.com contact Quail at (605) 697-8103, by email at [email protected] or stop by their office at 2301 Research Park Way, Ste. 113, Brookings.
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Dacotah Bank Provides Funding for Scholarships
In a continuing effort to help students pursue their goals of a higher education, Dacotah Bank reminds students, parents and school counselors of their continuing scholarship opportunity at all Dacotah Banks.
Scholarships may be applied for by any public, private, and home schooled graduating high school senior student whose immediate family is a customer of the company. The student or their imme- diate family must be a primary or secondary owner on a deposit account, a primary owner or co-borrower on a loan account, a pri- mary owner of an insurance policy, or someone who has an agency agreement with the Trust and Wealth Management department.
Applications are available at any local Dacotah Bank and online at dacotahbank.com The applications must be postmarked by Wednesday, March 4, 2020 to be considered. An independent panel of judges will review all applications and select recipients. For more information, contact your local Dacotah Bank or email salesand [email protected]
For the twentieth consecutive year, Dacotah Bank has agreed to match South Dakota Bankers Foundation funds to provide schol- arships to graduating high school seniors in local communities who plan to attend a South Dakota post-secondary institution of higher learning. Dacotah Bank will also be awarding scholarships to stu- dents attending a post-secondary institution of higher learning, not limited to the state of South Dakota. Company-wide, Dacotah Bank will be granting $32,000 in total scholarships. Recipients of the 2020 scholarships will be announced in the spring.
BCYMP CELEBRATES NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH BY HOSTING MONDAY MORNING MENTORING MEET-UPS
January is National Mentoring Month, and this year the Brookings County Youth Mentoring Program (BCYMP) is celebrating the annual campaign aimed at expanding opportunities to connect more of our community’s young people with caring adults by hosting Monday Morning Mentoring Meet-Ups at Kool Beans Coffee.
“National Mentoring Month is a great time to highlight the work we’re doing for youth in our community,” said Darla Biel, BCYMP’s Executive Director. Each Monday in January, from 7:30- 8:30 a.m., Biel or Katie Goossen, BCYMP’s Volunteer Coordinator, will be at Kool Beans on Main Street and will buy coffee for anyone who’d like to learn more about the non-profit’s mission.
BCYMP strives to increase the resilience of young people in our community and add protective factors against trauma by building and supporting additional consistent and encouraging relationships with trained, caring adults. BCYMP has an established 1:1, community-based mentoring program, and continues to pilot a school-based group mentoring program in collaboration with Avera Behavioral Health.
“BCYMP’s vision is that each child in Brookings County has plenty of adults in their lives that provide support, challenge their growth, and expand their future possibilities,” Biel said.
Research shows that mentors play a powerful role in providing young people with the tools to strive and thrive, to attend and engage in school, and to reduce or avoid risky behavior like drug use. In turn, these young people are:
– 55% more likely to be enrolled in college
– 81% more likely to report participating regularly in sports or extracurricular activities – 78% more likely to volunteer regularly in their communities.
– Morethantwiceaslikelytosaytheyheldaleadershippositioninacluborsportsteam.
Yet, the same research shows that one in three young people in our country will grow up without a mentor. Today, in Brookings County there are 50 young people on BCYMP’s “Pending Mentee” list. In other words, 50 youth who could benefit from having a mentor outside their family have applied and are waiting for a BCYMP Mentor.
“In the past two years, BCYMP has doubled its outreach,” said Biel. “We now have 125 active Mentoring Pairs, and can match students who attend Sioux Valley, Brookings, Deubrook and Elkton schools, but there is clearly a need for youth mentoring and room to grow.”
Research research shows that 44% of adults are not yet mentoring but are willing to consider it and mentoring is poised for growth.18 to 29-year-olds are more than twice as likely to cite having had a mentor in their childhood than those over 50. Almost half of today’s young adults report having a mentor in their youth and those rates appear to have been rising steadily over the past several decades.
National Mentoring Month is the time of year where engagement from community members interested in becoming a mentor is highest. With the support of the mentoring community, we are encouraging the public to go beyond just digital engagement – and become involved in real life.
In our community, people interested in supporting BCYMP by volunteering or donating can come to Kool Beans on Main Street from 7:30-8:30 a.m. any Monday in January to learn more.
“If the Monday Meet-ups don’t work for you,” Biel added, “we can meet another time.” She adds that BCYMP is also available to speak at service groups or other organizations about mentoring and ways that adults can increase the resiliency of youth in our community.
National Mentoring Month is led by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership, the national organization working to expand the quality and quantity of youth mentoring relationships nationwide. Each year since its launch in 2002, National Mentoring Month has enjoyed the strong support of the President and the United States Congress. Other prominent individuals who have participated in the campaign include: Maya Angelou, former President Bill Clinton, Clint Eastwood, Quincy Jones, Cal Ripken Jr., Bill Russell, and Usher.
To learn more about the role mentoring plays in our community and to find opportunities to support BCYMP visit https://bcymentoring.org or call 605-697-0444.
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improvements include a metal machine shed (approx. 48’x120’) with approx. 1⁄2 concrete,
and livestock facilities, which according to Pipestone County Conservation and Zoning is
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(600 feeders and 100 cow/calf pairs); with livestock facilities including 6 feedyards with live-
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stock buildings, ample concrete and a combination of push-up and fenceline concrete feed- bunks, much continuous pipe fencing, automatic water fountains at 9 locations and more; a barn with cattle working, sorting and loading area and a small office area; feed shed; 6,000 bu. grain bin and other incidental improvements. A noteworthy item is that electrical is mostly all underground power throughout the farmstead. The seller indicates that there currently are 2 existing wells on the property, 1 that will be certified as “in use” and a 2nd that will be sealed at the expense of the seller in the spring of 2020. South of the farmstead there is a grain storage facility which has approx. 123,000 bu. of grain storage and 3 phase electrical at the bin site. According to FSA information, there are approx. 16 acres of cropland within the boundaries of the acreage, with the remainder comprised of the home site, livestock yards and other improvements, the bin site, waterway/drainage and roads. The adjacent cropland acres which are available for lease features some productive cropland which has excellent fertility gained from the regular application of cattle manure and has some high quality pro- ductive soils in the cropland areas.
GENERAL LEGAL DESCRIPTION: A parcel containing +/- 41.18 acres in the E1⁄2 SE1⁄4 in accordance with the Certificate of Survey thereof, in Sec. 18, T. 107N., R. 45W., except the N. +/- 513’ of the East +/- 979’ (11.50 acres), Grange Twp., Pipestone Co., MN.
TERMS: Cash - A 10% nonrefundable downpayment on the day of the sale with the balance due and payable on or before March 20, 2020, with possession of the home, livestock facil- ities and bin site. Marketable Title will be conveyed and at the option of the sellers either an abstract of title continued to date or owner’s title insurance will be provided to the buyer for examination prior to closing, if title insurance is utilized the cost of the owner’s policy will be divided 50-50 between the buyer and seller. The RE taxes payable in 2020 on the 153 acre parcel inclusive of the farmstead (proposed 2020 - $3,938.00 and the 5 acre bin site - pro- posed $156.00) - will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller with the seller paying the May 15th payment and buyer paying the November 15th payment. The costs of any required sep- tic system updates by Pipestone County regulations, will be at the expense of the purchaser. This property is sold in “AS IS” condition and is sold with no contingencies whatsoever. The RE licensees/auctioneers in this transaction stipulate that they are acting as agents for the sellers. Sold subject to confirmation of the owner.
NOTE: The buyer of this property will have the opportunity to lease an adjacent +/- 173 acres of cropland lying adjacent to it; additionally there is approx. 240 acres of pastureland located in Altona Twp. of Pipestone County, MN near Ward, SD (owned by Roger Rosendahl); the aforementioned lease acres that may be available to the pur- chaser(s) for lease in 2020 are subject to approval of Roger Rosendahl. For terms and rental information, contact Roger Rosendahl.
If you are in the market for an improved farmstead with a very nice home, livestock feeding facilities, grain storage and other amenities - that is especially well suited for cow-calf and/or cattle feeders, then make plans to inspect this parcel being offered for sale. Also, the oppor- tunity for a purchaser to lease additional cropland and pasture acres is an added perk for the purchaser(s). Get your financing in order and make plans to be in attendance at this auc- tion. To view the full auction ad and packet, see www.suttonauction.com or burlagepeterson.com Property available for interested parties to inspect at their leisure daily from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM or contact Roger Rosendahl, ph. 507-820-1144 or the auc- tioneers for personal showings. For additional information, contact either the owner or the auctioneers.
ROGER ROSENDAHL, Owner Cell ph. 507-820-1144
Scott Barduson, Attorney & Closing Agent for the Sellers O’Neill, O’Neill & Barduson Law Firm - Pipestone, MN - ph. 507-825-4266
CHUCK SUTTON: Auctioneer & Land Broker, Sioux Falls, SD, ph. 605-336-6315 &
Pipestone Office, ph. 507-825-3389
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BURLAGE-PETERSON AUCTIONEERS & REALTORS: Brookings, SD, ph. 605-692-7102
DAEdACNoSsTtO: $L2T1E6NpBeErRwGe:eAkuctioneer & Real Estate Salesperson, Jasper, MN, ph. 507-348-7352
JARED SUTTON: Auctioneer & Real Estate Salesperson, Flandreau, SD, ph. 605-864-8527 Run Date(s): 1/14 & 1/21
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We will offer the following real property at auction at the land located from the Flandreau, SD Exit #114 on I-29 – 11⁄2 miles West, 2 miles North on 471st Ave./Co. Hwy. #77, 5 miles West on 228th St. to the Moody/Lake County Line, then 1 mile North on 466th Ave. to the Southwest corner of the land at the Jct. of 227th St. and 466th Ave.; from Rutland, SD – 1⁄2 mile South, 4 miles East on 228th St. to the Lake/Moody County Line, then 1 mile North on
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parcel has an Overall Soil Rating of .793, similarly information obtained from Surety Agri
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near Rutland, SD, which is a highly regarded agricultural area. This is a farm that could serve as an excellent addition to an area row crop farming operation and/or investment property,
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ranty Deed will be conveyed and owner’s title insurance provided with the cost divided 50-
50 between the buyer and seller. All of the 2019 RE taxes payable in 2020 will be paid by the
site,
sellers. This property will be sold based on the acres stated on the county tax records, with
acres understood to be more or less. The seller does not warranty or guarantee that existing fences lie on the true and correct boundary and new fencing, if any, will be the responsibility
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ments, restrictions, reservations or highways of record, if any, and subject to Moody County
Zoning Ordinances. The RE licensees in this transaction stipulate that they are acting as
agents for the seller. Sold subject to confirmation of the owners. For additional information,
es, etc.
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FOR SALE by PRIVATE TREATY: 300 Registered & Com- mercial ANGUS Bred Heifers. 1 Group of Reg. Heifers AI’ed 6/12 to Sitz Logo 6197 ($60,000 pur- chase with Stevenson Diamond Dot) & RMB Next Step C545. PE 45 Days. 1 Group Reg. & Com- mercial AI’ed 6/22 to Sitz Logo 6197 & RMB Next Step C545. PE 30 days. 1 group (100hd) of Home Raised Reg./Commercial to start calving after March 1 for 60 Days to popular low BW genetics. 1 group of Commercial (MAF bull sired) to start calving after March 1 for 60 days to popular low BW Genetics. **Gate Cut or Hand pick! All have been poured, DeWormed, & received proper vaccinations. DELIVERY AVAILABLE! **MILLER ANGUS FARMS. Estelline, SD. Kody, 605-690-1997 or Brady, 605-690-5733.
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220 FANCY BLK HFRS, 1,100-1,250#, 200 BRED BLK ANGUS, 20 BRED HERF, BRED EASY CLF CALLIES ANGUS BULLS OR TRICKY HERF BULLS, CLV MAR 9-28, MAR 29-APR 15, & APR 16-MAY 1, BANGS, PREG GUARD, DECTOMAX, PELVIC CHECKED, 1ST SCOURGUARD - MATT CONNOR, WINFRED, 605-480-4406
90 MSTLY BLK HFRS, 1,200-1,250#, BRED COMMELEE COMRADE BULL, PREBREEDING SHOTS, BANGS, FOOT ROT, PINK EYE, SCOURBOS 9, TRIANGLE 10, POURED, WORMED, AI’ED CLV MAR 8TH FOR 60 DAYS - TOM BLAUWET, LARCHWOOD, IA, 712-541-8995
24 BLK & BWF HFRS, 1,100#, PREBREEDING SHOTS, SCOURGUARD, ULTRASOUNDED, CLV MAR 10 - JASON TERWILLGER, WINFRED, 480-1769
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195 BLK (95%) & BWF COWS, BRED BLK SEMI OR HERF BULLS, BULLS IN JULY 8, RUNNING AGE 2ND TO BM - JASON TERWILLIGER, WINFRED
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IF YOU HAVE CATTLE YOU WOULD LIKE TO SELL ON THIS OR FUTURE SALES CONTACT US HERE AT MADISON LIVESTOCK, 605-256-9156.
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JESSE BRUNS - 605-480-0625
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We will offer at public auction the following real estate located from Elkton, SD, 1 mile East on tar road 217th Street then 1/2 mile North on 487th Ave. on:
Run Dates: 12/31; 1/21
THURSDAY, JANUARY 30TH, 2020 • SALE TIME: 10:00 AM
This 110.04 +/- acre farm is located near Elkton, SD with great eye appeal laying nearly level with good access. This is a strong agricultural area and is located close to Hwy. 14, grain elevators and an ethanol plant. According to FSA office, the farm has 101.26 (+/-) cropland acres with a corn base of 35.30 acres with PLC yield of 134 bu. and a soybean base of 34.44 acres with PLC yield of 33 bu. According to Surety AgriData, this farm is pre- dominately made up of Class I and II soils and has a productivity rating on the tillable acres of 67.2. This farm gives an excellent opportunity to add to your farming operation or investment portfolio and is free and clear for the 2020 crop year. If you are in the market for some good, productive land, make plans to attend this auction.
Legal Description: N 1⁄2 of SE 1⁄4 Exc Blk 1 Lynn Addn. & Rural Service District, NE 1⁄4 of SW 1⁄4 all in Section 16, T-109-N, R-47-W, Brookings County, SD.
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TERMS: 10% non-refundable earnest money due day of sale with the balance due on or before February
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AUCTIONEERS AND REALTORS
Burlage Peterson Auctioneers & Realtors, LLC Scott and Jim Peterson • Lenny and Tyler Burlage 317 4th St., Brookings, SD • 605-692-7102 www.burlagepeterson.com
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The readily visible symptoms that Secular Humanism is the nation’s reli- gion is everywhere. Most folks do not see them. Each generation grows up thinking their environment is normal, acceptable and right.Previous gener- ations bemoan the direction of the new generation. But were the previous generations right?The truth is if one does not have actual biblical knowl- edge, he does not know the certainty of what is right and wrong. That per- son will live by his own feelings or a manmade standard. That is what the religion of Humanism is – manmade! Some might deny or scoff that Secu- lar Humanism is a religion, however Humanists own words are confirmation.
John Dewey, Columbia U professor and signatory of Humanist Manifesto I (1933) wrote, “If we have any ground to be religious about anything, we may take education religiously” (New Republic, Sept. 13,1922). Charles Reese also a signatory, published Humanist Religion (1931) and edited Hu- manist Sermons(1927). In Humanism (1933), John Dietrich declared “...while there has grown up within liberal churches of America a very def- inite movement known as Humanism, which is seeking to ground religion in human living rather than in some supernatural existence....” In 2000, A World Religious reader devotes a chapter(pp17-58) to Secular Humanism, thereby recognizing it as a religion.
In 1983, John Dunphy, declared, “I am convinced that the battle for hu- mankind’s future must be waged and won in the public school classroom by teachers who correctly perceive their role as the proselytizers of a new faith:...These teachers must embody the same selfless dedication as the most rabid fundamentalist preachers, for they will be ministers of another sort, utilizing a classroom instead of a pulpit to convey humanist values in what- ever subject they teach, regardless of the educational level—preschool day care or large state university. The classroom must and will become an arena of conflict between the old and the new—the rotting corpse of Christianity, together with all its adjacent evils and misery, and the new faith of human- ism” (“A Religion for a New Age,” The Humanist).
The goal to get God and His word out of our society or at foster biblical ig- norance has always been the goal of Secular Humanism and the public edu- cation system and theological liberal seminaries have been its evangelistic vehicle. Increasingly for 40 years the most obvious symptom is the state of the family unit.What has happened to the family?
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