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Broadcaster Press 10 June 9, 2015 www.broadcasteronline.com Morning Ladies Golf and Dominos Group By Pat Steckelberg Today (June 3rd) we finally had a great day for gathering and golf at the Bluffs. Twenty-one beautiful ladies came for lunch. We had 3 guests: Joanne Tieman, Gwen Orr and Sue French. Joanne and Gwen both joined our group as members.Welcome to all you ladies! You shall enjoy all the fun and friendships. Desserts were provided by Pat Durkin and Jan Chapman. They were a perfect addition to our lunch. (One of my favorites! Taco salad in a bowl.) Our drawing winners today were: $5----Maxine Rogers and me (Pat Steckelberg) Quarters---Dori Ryan, Karine Amundson, Judy Sullivan, Mary Lea Hennies, Pat Durkin, Sue French (see coming has cash awards sometimes also), Edith Nelson, Agnes Mockler, and Darlene Engbrecht. The more ladies---the more winners. Dominoes had 4 tables with 23 ladies anxious to play. Rd 1--Joanne Tieman, Gwen Orr, Rhoda Grant, and Maxine Rogers. Rd 2--Joyce Zimmerman, Joan Olson, Darlene Engbrecht, and Maxine Rogers again. Rd 3--Brenda Chatham, Joan Olson, Jan Chapman, and Thelma Raines. Total score--Beth Silvano, Agnes Mockler, Darlene Engbrecht, and Char Brunick. When I left after lunch, there was a lot of fun chatter. Great to hear so much fun! Golf----well we did golf today. There were 10 golfers and we played: Roll The Dice! This is not my game but I still had lots of fun. There were 5 winners.Mary Mock-----score 20, Pat Durkin---score 22, Mona Bye---score 28 and Mary Lea Hennies and her guest Sue French scored 29 each. Could not have asked for a nicer day....not too hot and not too cool..not too windy. See---perfect! Our group is growing. Come join us...be our guest then be you will be hooked!! Donald R. Easton-Brooks Named Dean of the School of Education at USD Donald R. Easton-Brooks of Eastern Oregon University has been named dean of the School of Education at the University of South Dakota, starting June 22. Easton-Brooks spent two years at Eastern Oregon in La Grande as a professor and dean of the Colleges of Business and Education. He is a 1988 graduate of Greenville College in Greenville, Illinois, with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. He received his master’s degree in early childhood special education at the University of Colorado at Denver in 1995 and earned his doctorate in education leadership and innovation from UC-Denver in 2006. Heritage Ride is Back Easton-Brooks’ research and scholarship includes urban education, ethnic-matching of students and teachers, minority education and teacher diversity. “We are thrilled to have this outstanding leader join the USD community,” said USD Provost Jim Moran. “Dr. Easton-Brooks comes to USD with a wealth of experiences especially with respect to connecting the academia with the local communities, in program delivery and curriculum models, in fundraising and in student recruitment and retention.” Since 1996 Easton-Brooks worked as an instructor and a lecturer in the fields of human development, health and human services and sociology at several colleges and universities. He served as assistant professor of education at the University of North Texas and as associate professor at Hamline University before becoming a full professor at Eastern Oregon in 2013. He has been a member of the American Educational Research Association, the National Association for Multicultural Education and the National Black Child Development Institute. ”I see this opportunity as one that allows us to work effectively with our partners, engage in meaningful and impactful research to provide our students with a quality academic experience and a chance to build strong relationships with alumni,” Easton-Brooks said. “I see us making strong impacts on the various fields in the school, and I am looking forward to assisting the school and the university in building a stronger national and international presence.” A recent survey conducted by the National Council on Teacher Quality rated elementary education at USD 44th of 788 programs in the country and the secondary education 23rd of 824 programs nationwide. contacts with a player, at their group’s meeting and they are allowed earlier this year. to provide private The proposal contains lessons to players where one other important piece: specific techniques and Coaches couldn’t have fundamentals are taught. any contact with players The private lessons can during the week of July be given in small groups 1 through July 7 each that are limited in size, summer. depending on the sport. These changes would Coaches are allowed to take effect for the 2016 play in the same league as summer. a player, but they aren’t The changes would allowed to play on the simplify life for coaches. same team with a player. Some critics fear overload Now the SDHSAA board if players face a full of directors is considering summer of being openly a major change in the outcoached every day (other of-season rule. than the July 4 holiday The directors will week). decide at their next This brings up a related meeting June 9 whether issue: Time conflicts to eliminate all of the with summer sports that regulations regarding aren’t under the SDHSAA individual contacts and umbrella. Swimming is private lessons. The one. VFW and American change would basically Legion baseball activities erase everything but the are another. restriction on numbers of The baseball situation team contacts. has become complicated Nearly all of the with the creation of spring athletic directors at the high school baseball as an high schools in the state independent activity. Tell them association favored the you saw it in the high We now have change when the athletic school-affiliated teams directors discussed it playing a spring schedule for a state championship. We also have the traditional American Legion teams playing a summer schedule for a state championship. Some communities have baseball teams that play both. But there are situations where American Legion players are prohibited or discouraged by their team’s rules or coaches from playing on the local high school team. And there are players who compete on the high school baseball team in the spring but don’t play on the local American Legion team in the summer. That allows them to train in June and July for their other high school sports. Setting summer high school seasons covering June and July for baseball and for boys and girls golf, whose state tournaments at times run into difficult weather whether spring or fall, might be a practical next step. Summers Are Busy Time For High School Athletes By Bob Mercer State Capitol Bureau PIERRE – The parents of high school athletes in South Dakota know summers aren’t time off. Regular classes are out, and interscholastic athletic events aren’t scheduled. Instead, the months of June and July are time for athletes to train for next season. In fact, the South Dakota High School Activities Association has a set of specific out of season regulations governing what coaches can do and can’t do, during the period from ORANGE CITY, Iowa ——Austin Krier of Vermillion, a completion of the state student at Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, has earned a spot on the Academic Dean’s List for the spring 2015 track and field meet until midnight on July 31. semester. Coaches are limited The Dean’s List is comprised of students who have to four team camps or achieved a semester grade point average of 3.50 or above while carrying a minimum of 12 graded hours. This semester, tournaments, or two team 367 students qualified for the Dean’s List. Students who camps or tournaments earned a GPA of 3.75 or higher are considered Collegiate and one league. A team Scholars, designated with an asterisk. Of the 214 Collegiate camp or tournament can Scholars, 63 of them maintained a perfect 4.0 average and are run five consecutive days. recognized with a pound sign. A league can play once per Krier is a junior and exercise science major at week. Northwestern College. He is the son of Paul and Paula Krier of But coaches aren’t Vermillion. limited on individual The Heritage bike ride in Elk Point will be held Saturday, August 15th starting at Immanuel Lutheran church exit 18 off I-29. Registration is at www.bikeiowa under Heritage ride, and at the foundation webiste www.clay-unionfoundation.org. Proceeds support the local mentoring program and it’s mission of helping youth. Contact John Gille at 605-421-5050 for more information, The event will need a good turnout, so invite others to ride as well. Austin Krier on Northwestern College Academic Dean’s List Broadcaster! Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! 624-4429 www.broadcasteronline.com 67 Tell them you saw it Tabor, in th South the Broadcaster! Dakota Keep kids active this summer with our June specials! 624-4429 Kindergarten Physicals: $25 Custom Mouth Guards: $40 Stay Active. Stay Healthy. Alcester Dental Clinic (605)934-2251 Elk Point Clinic (605)356-3317 Get to the Point half marathon will be held in Elk Point, SD on Saturday, September www.broadcasteronline.com th 26th starting at Casey’s Saturday-June 20 www.taborczechdays.com - exit 18 off I-29. Food , th Friday-June 19 •Kolache Krawl 5K Fun Tabor Chamber of Commerce fun and awards will be Giant Parade Run/Walk – 8:30 am PO BOX 21 • Tabor, SD 57063 given to participants. 605-463-2478 Portables and break 1 p.m. •Kiddie Parade – 11 a.m. taborczechdays@yahoo.com stops will be on the route, and entries are coming in. One woman from Duluth, Mn. has registered and a woman from Jacksonville, Florida 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion also will be in the event. Enter online at www. runsignup under Get to the Point. All proceeds www.broadcasteronline.com support the local mentoring program and it’s mission of helping youth. Volunteers will be needed for the event. Contact John Gille at 605-421-5050 to sign up as a volunteer. 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion Athletic Physicals: $20 Alcester Clinic (605)934-2122 Half Marathon Saturday, Sept, 26th Yankton Clinic (605)260-0310 Yankton Dental Clinic (605)260-0310 Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! 624-4429 June 11-14, 2015 11-14, 2015 Prentis Park, Vermillion Prentis Park, Vermillion 7:00 pm 7:00 pm Scholars’ Roundtable Scholars’ Roundtable Discussion, 3pm Sunday Discussion, 3pm Sunday Daytime Arts Workshops Daytime Arts Workshops for youth and adults for youth and adults Vendors and live music Vendors and live music begin at 6pm each evening begin at 6pm each evening Bring lawn-chairs Bring lawn-chairs or blankets or blankets If You Read This... 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