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2 Broadcaster Press June 23, 2015 www.broadcasteronline.com County Officials Prepare For Special Election BY SHAUNA MARLETTE shauna.marlette@plaintalk.net Registration for the upcoming June 30 Vermillion special election ended on Monday, however the preparation for the event is ongoing at City Hall. “Absentee voting can be done at the City Hall Finance office Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.,” said city finance officer Mike Carlson. “The sample ballot has been approved and is available here at City Hall and are also available at the website. We have the absentee ballot application on our website, so if you are out of town you can download that, fill it out, have it notarized or send in a copy of a S.D. state identification card and we will send you a ballot. They have to be a registered voter within the city of Vermillion.” The sample ballot will run in the Plain Talk on June 26, however the wording is running the next few weeks issues, Carlson said. “Voting on the 30th will be held at the National Guard Armory,” he said. “Voting will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Absentee Voting ends at 5 p.m. on June 29. In encourage everyone to bring a valid form of identification, however if they do not have it they can fill an affidavit out at the voting site.” An affidavit will consist of filling out a piece of paper certifying that you are the person you say you are, even though you do not have your identification with you. “I have found over the years that if people forget their ID they don’t want to fill out the affidavit,” Carlson said. “Why not? It discourages them to have to run home and get their ID. Everyone gets worried when they have to fill out the form. I think they get worried with everyone behind them or in front of them seeing them fill out the form.” Carlson said the crews for running the election have been set and superintendents for the wards are in place. “I encourage people to come vote, either absentee or on that day,” Carlson said. “It doesn’t take a lot of time to come and vote.” A press release from the Vermillion Area Chamber and Development Company Board of Directors also is encouraging Vermillion voters to take advantage of the opportunity for their voices to be heard and vote on June 30th in the Special Election. “The Board of Directors recognizes the importance of this election, especially the opportunity for each and every resident in Vermillion to have and voice their opinion,” said Board President, Jim Brady. “We understand the two issues on the ballot could be a little confusing because of the ‘yes’ or ‘no’ options and which each of them mean. So, we want to make sure and do everything we can to have everyone The show will revisit the exciting time fifty years ago when the premier folk artist and songwriter of that generation inspired The Byrds and other folk and pop artists to enter a new era of musical exploration. Dylan had written stunning folk anthems like “Blowing in the Wind” that had made him the successor to Woody Guthrie and the darling of American folk music, but in 1965 The Bryds’ number-one hit pop recording of Dylan’s “Mr. Tambourine Man” and Dylan’s controversial performance at the Newport Folk Festival with amplified guitars proclaimed a new world. Photo of Boyd Bristow, Mike Connor, and Jim Groth. Veteran musicians (l. to r.) Mike Connor, Jim Groth, and Boyd Bristow celebrate “Bob Dylan, The Byrds, and Music of the Sixties” at 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 27, at Gayville Hall. individually performing in Bristow, Connor, and such events as the South Groth will celebrate that Dakota Acoustic Christmas explosion of musical shows and in South Dakota creativity in a two-hour Rock-and-Roll Hall of Fame concert. honored bands. The widely known Gayville Hall is at 502 Sioux Falls-area musicians Washington Street in have been mainstays of Gayville. Tickets are $12.50 the South Dakota music at the door, or $15 reserved. scene since the 1970s, Call 605-267-2859. BroadcasterOnline.com “Get Connected!” PRECISION PAINTING INTERIOR • EXTERIOR COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL Quality Workmanship, Reasonable Rates Since 1983 CLINT TUCKER • 624-4621 Men’s & Women’s Summer Footwear On Sale in a Variety of Styles! 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ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Ornate Oak Side Board w/Mirror. Oak 54” Round Table w/Set of 6 Chairs. Oak Buffet - Quarter Sawn. Weis 3 Drawer Wooden File Cabinet. Oak High Stool. American Electric Wall Telephone. Henry Troemner Pharmacy Scale. Yard Long of Dogs - Print. Gilbert Toy Microscope. Palmers Candy Display Jar. Celluloid Photo Album w/Ship Front. Ornate Cast Iron Table Top Frames & Mirrors. Dolls. Glass Butter Churns. Coffee Grinder, Direction Arrows, Seed Stripper, Copper Boiler, Enamelware & Other Primitives. Seed Corn Sacks. Crock Bowls. Asst of Collectible Cookie Jars. Asst. of Collectible Glassware of All Types. Western 5 Gallon Open Crock. Redwing Crocks including 3 & 6 Gallon Sizes. Butter Nut Coffee Tins Shipping Box. Anheuser Busch Beer Box. Conn 6 String Guitar. Vintage Hanging Light Fixtures. Several Boxes of Lamp Parts & Supplies. John Deere Straw Hat - 4 Legged Deer. Asst of Toy Tractors including: Precision 4020 w/ 327 Corn Picker, Precision “A”, JD Model D, JD “E” Engine, JD “55” 3 Bottom Plow, Corn Sheller & Others. Texas ware Bowls. Hamm’s Beer Sign. Budweiser & Bud Lighted Signs. Numerous Old Pictures, Frames & Prints. Vintage License Plates from 1928 to 1970’s. Asst. of Vintage Hats & Purses. Asst of Material Bolts. Lawrence Welk Trays. Several Small Display Cases of Smalls. Plus Many More Miscellaneous Collectible Not included in this Listing. There will be Several Flats of Collectible to be sold by Box Lots. COINS - to be sold from Separate Auction Ring @ approx. 12:00 Noon. Small offering including; Barber Dime, Wheat Cents, Proof Coins, Uncirculated Lincoln Cents, Roosevelt Dimes, Washington Quarters, Silver Washington Quarters, Old Jefferson Nickels, Buffalo Nickels, Plus More. SEE www.MCHJAUCTIONEERS.COM FOR LISTING & PHOTOS Terms: Cash or Bankable Check. Not Responsible For Accidents or Theft. AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. RYAN CREAMER 402-254-9753 ALTON HEIMES 402-254-3315 ROGER JANSSEN: 402-388-4409 Have a Great Day Council. NO vote means do not adopt the ordinance. The VCDC Legislative Affairs Committee is sponsoring an open forum at the Vermillion City Hall, Council Chambers, on Tuesday, June 23 from 6-8 p.m. This public forum is open to the public and all are encouraged to attend. The purpose of this forum is to provide the public an opportunity to ask questions to advocates representing both sides of opinion regarding these two ballot topics, and to clarify any mistaken facts involved with each issue. The forum will also be televised on local Channel 3. You can also go to Vermillion’s web page www. vermillion.us to find a link that will provide factual information about both issues; OR, anyone interested in the text of these issues can go to the City Finance Office for a sample ballot. Kay Hoesing Sanford Vermillion 2015 PRIDE Employee of The Month Dylan And The ‘60s Revisited Saturday Gayville Hall and veteran South Dakota musicians Boyd Bristow, Mike Connor, and Jim Groth present “Bob Dylan, The Byrds, and Music of the Sixties,” at 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 27, in Gayville. educated on the issues and what a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ vote will translate to mean.” The following is a simplified explanation of those choices. • Malt beverage 5% markup fee on the wholesale cost to help pay for a portion of city bond debt (Prentis Park Improvements Project). The bond issue was overwhelmingly voted for by Vermillion voters in Nov. 2014. YES vote means repeal the ordinance and do not generate funding support for the bond/Prentis Park Project. NO vote means keep the ordinance as adopted by City Council and collect the 5% markup on malt beverages to help support the bond/ Prentis Park Project • Day-care regulations in Vermillion. (Registration, safety requirements, building & fire codes, not listed on the sex offender registry.) YES vote means adopt the ordinance passed by City VERMILLION, S.D. – Kay Hoesing, RN, MDS Coordinator, was selected as the Sanford Vermillion May 2015 PRIDE Employee of the Month. She has been employed with Sanford since 2002. Nominations for Kay included the following: Kay is very good at her job but also a big help in other areas too. She’s very knowledgeable about nursing and her specific job. I really enjoy working with her. She has tons of patience and is good with the residents with all situations. If I Pictured L–R: Jeff Berens, Chief Nursing ever have questions or need help – she’s Officer, Kay Hoesing, May Employee of the Month and Gayle Matzke, Director of always available. Kay has been a part of the care center Nursing, Sanford Care Center Vermillion since 2011. She was an acute nurse/ Kay treats all residents and staff as “her ER from 2002 – 2011. Kay is a magnet for family”. She shows resolve following policy people! They congregate in her office as and procedures. At IDT meetings she helps she is approachable and welcoming. She is solve issues/concerns. Kay advances in her innovative always asking why and coming work as a senator for Sanford nursing senate, up with solutions. She strives to be a team and leader of our restorative program. She player and is family oriented. One example brings her fur friends to work to share with is that she helped a resident dealing with her work family. She treats EVERYONE some major changes in life. She opened her as her family. She is polite, respectful, door to him; he visited Kay every morning. compassionate and caring! She shares her love and joy for animals with “Kay is a magnet for people. She is the residents bringing the residents out of flexible and always willing to help and their shell and their rooms. She is a great role does everything with a smile,” comments model. Gayle Matzke, Director of Nursing, Sanford Kay shows courage by being respectful to Vermillion Medical Center. all those she encounters. She will stand up Kay is a native of Hubbard, NE and with what she believes in regarding resident currently resides in Newcastle, NE with cares. She will help problem solve any issue her husband and daughters. They have 2 the care center has. Kay shows passion children Kyle and Loren. In Kay’s spare time as she is willing to help any person/any she likes to ride horses! department. Irwin, SESDAC, Inc. Employee Of The Month Melissa Irwin, Direct Support Professional, was selected as the SESDAC, Inc. June 2015 Employee of the Month. Melissa has been a part of our organization since November, 2011. Melissa was nominated for the award by her fellow co-workers, based on her dedication to her job and the people she supports. Co-workers had the following compliments written in their nominations for Melissa…”Melissa is one of those shining stars. She performs multiple roles throughout the week and is great at all of them. She is a great team player.” Melissa currently resides in Vermillion. Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! • AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR • PAINT • FRAMEWORK • GLASS REPLACEMENT Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! HOURS: 624-4429 M-F 9AM-6PM www.broadcasteronline.com SAT 9AM-12PM Tell them you saw it in BlainesBodyShop@gmail.com the Broadcaster! 1205 CARR STREET • VERMILLION • 605.670.0471 Affordable Monuments by 201 W. Memorials MolletCherry, Vermillion Monuments 624-4429 $ Tablet: 2’6” x 0’6” x 1’8” Base: 3’4” x 1’0 x 0’6” Starting www.broadcasteronline.com 1,760 at Price includes: Design, Lettering, Setting & Cement Foundation Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! “Create a Legacy” Contact Marlon Mollet 605-360-9656 or visit molletmemorials.com The City201 be holding a public meeting in the will W. Cherry, Vermillion Council Chambers at City Hall (25 Center Street) 624-4429 on July 1st at 6:30 p.m. www.broadcasteronline.com to discuss possible projects for the downtown area. The City will have a brief presentation and have time for public input regarding the topics. Pictured above is Melissa Irwin, Direct Support Professional, center, Brandee Ostrem, Assistant Director of Services, right, and Gerry Tracy, Executive Director, left Gentry Finance We Want to Make You A Loan $100-$3,000 228 Capital St. Yankton, SD 57078 CALL TODAY! 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