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02 Broadcaster Press March 27, 2012 www.broadcasteronline.com CHAMBER CHAT Vermillion Area Chamber of Commerce & Development Company 116 Market Street, Suite 103 Vermillion, SD 57069 605-624-5571 vcdc@vermillionchamber.com www.vermillionchamber.com Chamber Business: David Owen, President of the South Dakota Chamber of Commerce, will give a legislative session update at the Rotary Club meeting from noon to 1 p.m. at the Neuharth Media Center on Tuesday, March 27. Sponsored by the VCDC Legislative Affairs Committee. Business After Hours: Are you looking for an opportunity to showcase your business and network with your peers? Sign up to host a Business After Hours event! These events generally run from 5-7 p.m. on a weeknight and the hosting business provides hors d’oeuvres and refreshments. If interested, please contact Ann at: annb@vermillionchamber.co m or at 624-5571. Announcements: • Mentors needed: The Clay-Union Foundation matches youth aged 5-17 in Clay and Union County, and needs to locate mentors to match with youth. In Vermillion, a 14-year-old boy would like to have an adult male friend, and a 16-year-old girl would like an adult female to spend some time with her. The program also has a 12year-old boy near Jefferson who would enjoy outdoor activities and just spending time with an adult male. The volunteers spend 2 hours/week with their matches, and there are benefits for both the adults and youth in being in a match. Please contact John Gille at (605) 421-5050 or e-mail jgille60@yahoo.com for more information on the program, and to discuss being a strong role model for these youth. The Clay-Union Foundation is also seeking program sponsors and businesses that would like to host a tour of their facilities for the members, and John can also be reached at the contacts above. • USD Libraries are displaying a series of artistic exhibitions exploring skateboard designs, graphic novels and tapestries now through May 4. Corroborations 2012, which pairs visual arts students with ANN BREITAG poetry majors, is in the I.D. Weeks Library second-floor exhibition cases. Tapestry weavings by award-winning South Dakota tapestry artist Grete Bodogaard are in the USD Libraries Gallery in the Academic Commons. Getting Graphic by USD Education Librarian Abby Moore is an exhibit of graphic novels on the west side of the secondfloor of the University Libraries Gallery. SkateCreate is an exhibition of skateboard designs created by students in the first-year seminar class. It’s featured in the student gallery on the west side of the second floor. • Clothing Drive for Rosebud Reservation, March 1-30. Donation guidelines: gently used clothing must be clean and in good working condition; no purses, high heels or dry clean-only clothing. Clothing needs to be bagged or boxed. Donations may be dropped off at Pressing Matters Printing, 102 E. Main St. during regular business hours. Monetary donations may be sent to: One Nation Walking Together, 45 – A Commerce St., Colorado Springs, CO 80907. • Grief Support Group to meet every Wednesday from March 21-April 25 from 5:307 p.m. at Sanford Vermillion Hospital Board Room. Free and open to anyone who has experienced a loss by death. Pre-registration is requested. Call Julie at (605) 638-8484. Community Calendar: Tuesday, March 27 • Vermillion Rotary Club Meeting, from 12-1 p.m. in the Freedom Forum Conference Room of the Al Neuharth Media Center. Thursday, March 29 • Middle School Spring Pictures from 8:30-10:30 a.m. at Vermillion Middle School Commons. • Meals on Wheels fundraising benefit at Pizza Hut, 928 E. Cherry St., from 58 p.m. Proceeds from your meal will be contributed to the Vermillion Senior Meals Program. For more information please call Karen Gibbs at 624-6164. • March Movie Film Festival featuring “Front of the Class” at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the Vermillion Public Library. Hot drinks and popcorn provided. Free and open to the public. Friday, March 30 • National Music Museum (NMM) Brown Bag Lunch Program at 12:05 p.m. featuring April Fool! Trumpets Now and Then: A Humorous Look at Trumpets Through the Ages with David Shaner performing in the Arne B. Larson Concert Hall at the NMM located on USD campus, corner of Clark and Yale streets. March sponsor: Ted and Karen Muenster, in honor of their wedding anniversary. Free and open to the public. • Schmeckfest in Freeman. Saturday, March 31 • The 28th Annual South Dakota Science Olympiad State Tournament at the University of South Dakota. More than 250 middle school and high school students from across the state will be competing in several science events. Faculty, staff and students from USD organize and judge the individual challenges and team events. Science Olympiad is an international non-profit with a mission to improve science education quality, increase student interest and recognize outstanding achievement by students and teachers. • Overeaters Anonymous: At 9 a.m. Location: 20 S. Plum St. Administration entrance, board room. • The Southeast South Dakota Pheasant Association at Pro’s. Social hour begins at 5 p.m. Banquet starts at 6 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are $15 for singles and $20 for couples. $5 more at the door. Banquet ticket holders are entered in a drawing for a 12-guage shotgun. There will be additional raffles, games, silent and live auction during the banquet. Association memberships are $10 pre-sale or at the banquet. They are $25 the rest of the year. Raffle tickets are also available for a 2012 Polaris Ranger. Tickets are $20 with only 500 sold. Need not be present to win. Banquet and raffle tickets can be purchased from any banquet committee member. For more information, access the Web site: www.sesdpheasant.org. • There will be fundraising/auction banquet at the W. H. Over Museum at 1110 University, Vermillion at 6 p.m. in Sletwold Hall assisted by 4-H members. Admission will be $25 a person which will include a meal, entertainment and an auction. Larry Larson will be our auctioneer as well as directing the band, Highway 50, for our featured entertainment. • Benefit Silent Auction and Raffle for Sarah Hanson from 7-9 p.m. at Washington St. Arts Center, 202 Washington St. Original works of art, packages from local businesses and special music performances will be up for silent auction or raffle. Benefit will feature live music from Eli Snow. For more information e-mail Alison Erazmus at alisonerazmus3@gmail.com or see Web site: http://vermillionareaartscounc il.blogspot.com/. • Schmeckfest in Freeman. Sunday, April 1 • Sub Sandwich Fundraiser sponsored by St. Agnes Youth Group, Sunday, April 1. Youth group will be making 180 ft. sub to be sold following the morning masses from 9-noon. Fundraiser for the youth group summer trip to Valley Fair and a Twins baseball game in June. Contact Ray Hofman or any CYO student for more information. Planning Ahead: • April 3: Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Ages 1- meet at 5 p.m. at Sanford Care Center, Vermillion Courtyard (enter from the south on Jane St.); ages 4-6 and 7-8 meet at 5:30 p.m. at Prentis Park (south side). Two special prizes per age group. Bring your basket. Rain location: Old Pamida Bldg., 509 W. Cherry at 5:30 p.m. Co-hosted by Sanford Vermillion, Hy-Vee and Sanford Care Center. • April 5: MINGLE at RED with the Dakota Hospital Foundation from 4:30-9:30 p.m. at RED Steakhouse, 1 East Main St. RED Steakhouse is launching an annual philanthropic event that aims to raise funds for causes that benefit the Vermillion community. The annual event, “MINGLE”, is a gourmet food and wine tasting event designed to gather people together and raise awareness and funds that will benefit the local community. For the inaugural event, RED Steakhouse has decided to MINGLE with the Dakota Hospital Foundation. Proceeds from this year’s MINGLE will go towards funding a third labor and Gary’s Tree Service Tree Trimming - Removing -Stump Grinding - Tree Moving - Hedge Work Licensed & Fully Insured Cell: (605) 670-1199 Dental Excellence for Children & Adults V.I.T.A. W h a t:V.olunteer I.ncom e T.ax A.ssistance W h ere:Verm illion Public Library,18 Church St. W h en :Saturday,April7th,10am -4pm S po n so red B y:U SD Law School Co n ta ct: Call677-7060 or visit:vpl.sdln .n et for a com plete listin g of services. •Cosmetic •Implants •General Practice •Single Visit Crowns •Braces For Adults & Children •Invisalign HOURS: Monday – Friday, 8:30 – 5:30 1714 East Cherry Street, Vermillion 605.624.6291 delivery room within the Sanford Vermillion Hospital. For more information or to purchase tickets please call RED Steakhouse at 624-0079. • April 7: Volunteer income tax assistance sponsored by USD Law School, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Vermillion Public Library, 18 Church St. Call 677-7060 or visit vpl.sdln.net for complete listing of services. • April 11-12: IdeaFest: Mark your calendar for USD’s IdeaFest, the annual event celebrating student research, creative activity and academic engagement. The public is welcome. Undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines present their work in oral and poster presentations, live performances, readings, exhibits and displays. This year’s speakers include: Gayle Lemmon, journalist and author of the book, “The Dressmaker of Khair Khana” (April 11, 7 p.m. Muenster University Center Ballroom) and Dr. Dana Miller of the University of Washington, “Suspended Animation in Nature and Medicine” (April 12, noon, Muenster University Center Ballroom). For more information about IdeaFest, see http://www.usd.edu/acade mics/center-for-academicengagement/undergraduateresearch/ideafest.cfm. • April 17-22: The Abu Bekr Shrine Circus will be at the Tyson Events Center! Tickets are $17 (reserved), $14 (reserved) or $10 (general admission). There are complimentary tickets for groups of 20 or more. You’ll get 10 percent of your tickets at no charge in multiples of 10 after 20 or more or purchased. Group orders do need to be purchased directly through Melissa Lanzourakis-Joens at 712-224-6423. If you are buying individual tickets, please come to the Tyson Box Office, log-on to www.ticketmaster.com or call Ticketmaster at 1-800-7453000. • April 18-19: Lions Pancake Days, serving 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. and 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at the National Guard Armory, next to Lions Park. “Totally Twirling” to perform. This is an annual fundraising event to support community projects and people. • April 19: “End-of-Life Ethics”: 19th Annual Hospice Foundation of America Living with Grief Video Education Program, from 12:30-3:50 p.m. on USD campus, Lee Medical Building, Room #107. Program is free of charge. However, the Hospice Foundation of America is charging a $30 online processing fee for Continuing Education Credits. Local discussion for CE credit from 3:20-3:50. Brown bag lunches welcome. Pre-registration requested. Call Julie at (605) 638-8484. You may leave a message. • April 22: Missouri National Recreational River Earth Day event cleanup, organized by the National Park Service. This will be held at Mulberry Bend from 1-4 p.m. Clean-up will take place at both the Mulberry Bend Overlook and Boat Ramp, but volunteers meet first at the overlook parking lot. Directions: Take Highway 19 south from Vermillion (it becomes Nebraska Highway 15 as soon as you cross the bridge). The overlook is on the east side of the highway in Nebraska just above the Missouri River. Also, if any civic or school groups are interested in scheduling a presentation about the importance of river cleanups, especially post flood, NPS representative Chris Wilkinson would be happy to present information. To schedule, contact Chris at (605) 665-0209 or call Maureen at the VCDC office at (605) 624-5571. NEWCASTLE CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Sunday, April 1, 2012 • 10:30 a.m. Located North of City Park in Newcastle, Nebr. Lunch Stand TRACTORS, COMBINE & EQUIPMENT: Oliver 1750 D, WF, 15.5x38 tires. Oliver 1755 D Cab w/duals, Turbo, WF, 5,891 hrs., good tin, 18.4x34, JD 630 w/ JD factory wide front, sharp, ‘48 Allis B Tractor, WF, w/5’ belly mower, 2 JD #8 7’ Mowers, JD 6620 Sidehill, working cond., JD 516” Semi-Mounted Plow, JD 7000 12R30” Planter w/liquid & monitor, corn cups, Disk 10’ Straight Box Scraper 6’x6’ 3-Pt. Blade, 4-Section Drag w/Evener, Pull-Type Gopher Machine, 2 Flair Box Wagons w/hoist, Flair Box Wagon w/end-gate seeder, Hydra Mac 550C Skid Loader, precondition, runs good, JD 8’ #68 Rear Blade, 3-pt. IHC 8’ Rear Blade, 3-pt. IHC 475 18’ Hyd. Fold Disk, ‘08 Bestway Pull-Type Sprayer, w/ 1,000-gal. tank, 6 0’ booms, foam marker, Raven 440 monitor. Vermeer #605 Series L Round Baler w/net or string, very good cond., New Lowe Posthole Digger for Skid Loader, ‘79 Wilderness 20’ Camper, everything works, bumper pull, Pull-Type 5-Wheel Rake, 12”x72’ Feterl Auger, white, JD 24’ Field Finisher, hyd. fold. 5’x12’ Kelly Ryan Manure Spreader. K-2 Koyker Loader w/3010 JD mounts w/bucket, IHC #37 14’ Disk, 200-Gal. Sprayer w/booms, NH 5’ Gyro Mower, Hesston 1160 14’ Hydra-Swing Windrower, Arts-Way 15’ Flail Shredder, pull-type, JD 200 Stacker w/tandem axle, JD 110 Tandem Disk, 15’, heavy duty, JD #38 7’ Sickle Mower, Loader Bucket w/grapple fork, Allis Chalmers C with 5ft. Belly Mower, narrow front, good condition, John Deere 693 Cornhead w/knife rollers, 30” rows, very good condition. TRUCKS & VEHICLES: ‘95 Freightliner Classic, w/sleeper, blue, 260” WB, new front tires, 90% rear, new 5th wheel, all alum. caps, 12.6L Detroit, 13-spd., 100K on recent OH. ‘79 Chevy Truck w/366 V-8, hoist, 5-spd./2-spd., 18’ box. ‘78 GMC Truck w/366 V-8, 16’ box & hoist, 5-spd./2-spd., both w/good tires. ‘94 Chevy Astro Ext. Van, 124,000 miles. ‘94 Chevy Suburban, runs good. ‘84 Ford F-150, 4x4, 35.1 V-8, auto. ‘99 Mercury Cougar Car, needs transmission work. ‘85 Chevy 1-T 4-Spd., w/PTO, 350 V-8, long WB, cab chassis. ‘42 Chevy 2-Dr. Car, runs. Kawasaki 2010 4x4 Mule, good tires. Honda 200 3-Wheeler for parts, good tires. 1989 Wilson Cattle Pot, 48x102, good floors, good rubber. DOT inspected. HORSE & ENCLOSED TRAILERS: 2010 D&K 8x12 Trailer, 7’ high, special built, single axle, like new, w/ramp. 2000 Trails West Sierra 4H w/living qtrs., very good cond. 2011 D&K 18’ Single Axle Trailer, 6000 # axle. 6x10 2-Wheel Trailer, tilt bed. GUNS: Savage 243 BOH Action Rifle, like new. Remington Model 760. Bolt 7mm, like new. New England Arms 10-Ga., 3 1 ? 2 mag. Stevens 498 E Single Shot Shotgun, Norinco E M321 Pump .22 Rifle. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: 2–9-T Bulk Bins. 40 New 10 ‘ Continuous Fence Panels, 4–8-Bu. Fiberglass Feeders. 4 Rolls New Barbed Wire. Large Corner Posts. 2–4-T, Bulk Bins w/boots. Chute w/head gate. Lots of Gates, Square & Round Bale Feeders, Water Tanks. POTTED TREES (to be sold at 12:00 noon): 20 Blue Spruce 24-30”. 25 Blue Spruce 12-15”. 20 Black Hills Spruce 12-15”, 4 Silver Maple, 2 Red Maple, 2 Red Sunset Maple, 2 Prairie Fire Crabapple, 5 Common Purple Lilac. 80 Total Trees. STRAW: 50 Bales, wire tie. PATIO FURNITURE MOWERS: Craftsman 42” Riding. 14 h.p. 43” Noma Rider. 18.5 46” Sabre Rider, ATV Pull-Behind Mower w/10.5 h.p. motor, IHC #1000 Cub Cadet Tractor Mower. JDF725, front deck, 54” hyd. lift, water, cooled engine, 497 hrs. Woods Riding Mower, front deck, 48” cut, 18 h.p. Briggs. Landmark Riding Mower, 42” deck, 18 h.p. Kohler w/bagger, Husqvarna Lawn Tractor Mower, 42” hydro, 14.5 h.p. Briggs w/bagger, Cub Cadet LTX 1046 Riding Mower, 46” cut, hydrostat 23 h.p., 490 hrs. MISC: Portable Log Splitter, 5hp Briggs Motor. 4 FLATBEDS OF POWER TOOLS • CHAIN SAWS & SMALL ITEMS MANY MORE ITEMS BY SALE TIME • NO CONSIGNMENTS TAKEN DAY OF SALE Terms: CASH - Settlement day of sale (All Sale Items To Be Removed Day of Sale or Make Arrangements) Not Responsible For Accidents or Thefts All Statements made day of sale take precedence over printed or implied Wortmann, Konken & Huwaldt , Auctioneers & Clerks John: (402) 355-2614 • Kelly: (402) 254-3472 Ed: (402) 337-0784 www.edhuwaldt.com for Pictures
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