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Robinson Fund, Command Web Offset Co., The New York Times, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, The National Endowment for the Arts, Blick Art Materials & Utrecht Art Supplies, The Gedenk Movement, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Golden Artist Colors, the Bernstein Family Foundation, Jacques and Natasha Gelman Foundation, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Duck Tape®, Colossal Media, 3D Systems; numerous other individual, foundation, and corporate funders; and, for the National Student Poets Program, the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. For more information about the South Dakota Scholastic Art Awards contact Carol Geu at Carol.Geu@ usd.edu For more information about the Alliance, visit www.artandwriting.org. Additional details about the Awards can be found in the Scholastic media room. Public Policy Chair for SDAEYC (South Dakota Association for the Education of Young Children), Dr. Sarah Sherlock traveled to Washington D.C. for a Public Policy Forum held by the company’s National Association (NAEYC). During this time, Dr. Sherlock met with Senator Thune, Senator Rounds, and Representative Noem’s offices on Capitol Hill to advocate for quality early care and education the youngest South Dakotans. Here, Sen. Mike Rounds, Dr. Sarah Sherlock, and Sen. John Thune spend some time together at the South Dakota Sunrise coffee event on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. COURTESY PHOTO National Match Day By Shauna Marlette For the Press & Dakotan For University of South Dakota medical students completing their medical training in May, Friday was not just the last day of the week. It was Match Day. During a ceremony held at the Avera Sacred Heart Pavilion, each of the 10 medical students completing their education in Yankton found out where they would be serving their residencies. National Match Day occurs on the third Friday of March each year at each of the 155 medical schools in the United States. Fourthyear medical students are given the results of the National Resident Matching Program telling them where they will serve their residencies. According to Lori Hansen, the Yankton campus Dean for the USD’s Sanford School of Medicine, Match Day is a big deal for students in medical education, second only to the day they were accepted to medical school. “It is the day when they find out which program and which specialty they have matched for their residency program,” she said. “This is where they will be spending their next 3-5 years finishing their medical education.” A lengthy process, Match Day is in reality nearly a year in the making. “The process actually begins in the fall when the students decide which specialty they want to enter and where they would like to go for their residency training,” Hansen said. “Then they set up interviews and receive information on whether they are granted interviews at the institution or program. Then the students put in a ranking of the programs where they would like to go to complete their residency program. The programs also put in their rank list. It goes into a computer and then, today, they find out how the computer matched them.” Senior medical students usually begin the application process at the beginning of the fourth year of medical school. Programs review applications and invite selected candidates for interviews held between October and February. After the interview period is over, students submit a “rank-order list” to a centralized matching service. At the same time, residency programs submit a list of their preferred applicants in rank order to this same service. The process is blind, so neither applicant nor program will see each other’s list For most students, their placement is a complete surprise. “It is a process and some students don’t match,” Hansen said. “Those students found out on Monday. So, they had this week to find a spot. Those students know where they are going. But for most students, it is a total surprise. (During the Match Day ceremony,) we will call them up to the podium, hand them a letter and they will go sit with their family. All of the students will open their envelopes at the same time. So it is very emotion filled.” Hansen said that each year, there are 10-14 medical students who complete their training in Yankton. “This group of, very soon, future physicians have been a great group to work with,” she said. “We have been very fortunate. They have a good knowledge base. They are very skilled in the art of medicine and have learned professionalism. We have really enjoyed having them here and hope to see some of them back in the Yankton community being physicians.” Looking Local Kassandra Youmans, physician recruiter for ASHH and the ASHH regional managed hospitals and clinic n NATIONAL, Page 6 SPRING FARM EQUIPMENT RETIREMENT AUCTION THURSDAY, APRIL 9th, 2015 LOCATED: 52275 878 Rd. Verdigre, Nebr. FROM VERDIGRE, NEBRASKA - 3 Miles South on Hwy 14 to 878 Road, then 1 ¼ Mile West on 878 Rd. – Or From Juct. of Hwys. 59 & 14 West of CREIGHTON, NEBRASKA, go 6 Miles North to 878 Road, then 1 ¼ West on 878 Rd. AUCTION STARTS @ 10:00 A.M. • LUNCH BY GRANDMA PAM AUCTIONEERS NOTE: MAKE YOUR PLANS TO JOIN US FOR THIS RETIREMENT AUCTION. ALBERT & KAREN HAVE RENTED OUT THEIR FARM GROUND AND WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING FARM EQUIPMENT. ALL ITEMS HAVE HAD EXCELLENT CARE AND WILL STAND ANYONES INSPECTION. VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.MCHJAUCTIONEERS.com FOR MANY PHOTOS. TRACTORS & SKID LOADER: New Holland T-7185, SN# ZCNO7795, Front Wheel Assist, Power Shift Trans18.4 - 42 Rubber, 730 Hrs w/ NH Loader w/ 8 ft. bucket & Grapple; New Holland TC-45 Front Wheel Assist, SN 604791, Open Station, 3 Pt, 17.5L.24 tires, 3 pt., 639 Hrs; JD 4230 SN# 019832, Power Quad Trans., 18.4-38 Rear Tires, 10.00 x 16 Fronts, 95 hrs. on Complete Overhaul, Front Wtgs. New AC System; Bob Cat 371 Skid Loader TRUCK: 1979 Chevy C-70, 5/2 Trans., 57,158 Miles, Near New Tires, 18 ft. box, Hoist COMBINES & HEADS: New Holland TR 88, SN # 560988, 1,611 Hrs.; New Holland 73 C 20 ft. Flex Head; MF 750 Combine, SN # 21399, Gray Cab, 2319 Hrs. Gear Drive, Heat & AC, Always Shedded, - Used Last Season; MF 750 Combine, SN # 169613212, Red Cab, 3800 Hrs. Hydro, Heat & AC; (3) MF 1144 Corn Heads; (1) MF 18 ft. Flex Head; (1) MF Dummy Head w/ Sund Pickup – Shedded, in Good Condition FARM EQUIPMENT: JD 530 Round Baler; New Holland 276 Wire Tie Square Baler Always Shedded; Lehman 24 Ft. Stack Mover; New Idea 3622 Manure Spreader w/ Slop Gate; Kelly Ryan 4 x 10 Manure Spreader; Henkie 2160 Mixer Feed Wagon w/ Scale - Nice Condition; Killbros 375 Gravity Wagon w/ 12 Ton Gear; DMI 390 Gravity Wagon w/ 14 Ton Gear; (2) Bush Hog Silage Wagons s/ Grain Endgates; Heider 5 x 10 Barge Wagon w/ Side Boards & Hoists; (2) Flatbed Hay Racks - 14 ft & 16 ft.; (2) Steel Flair Wagons w/ Hoists & Side Boards; 5 x 10 Barge Wagon w/ Sideboard & Hoists; JD 7000 4R36” Planter w/ Monitor -Bean Cups to be Sold Separately; JD Van Brunt 18 x 7 Grain Drill; Noble 4 Section Harrow w/ Cart; Lundell Stalk Flail Shredder; IHC 475 Disk - 18 ft. Black Gang - 9” Spacing - Near New Blades; JD 1010 3 pt. 16 Ft. Field Cultivator w/ Harrow; (2) Liston 4 Row Rolling Cultivators; JD 5 x 16 & 5 x 14 Semi Mounted Plows; Hesston 7160 Silage Cutter w/ Elec. Controls, Wide & Narrow Heads; (2) Feteral 56 Foot Grain Augers; 4 Tine Grapple Fork for Westendorf Loader; (2) Ottowa Chief 3 pt. Post Hole Diggers; (3) Running Gears; IHC 9 ft. Bar Mower ; New Holland 451 7 ft. Bar Mower; Gnuse 3 pt. 7 ft. Rear Scoop; Rhino 6 Ft. Lumber Jack Shredder; Bush Hog 6 ft. 3 pt. Finishing Mower; Winco 12,000 Watt Stand by Generator ANTIQUE CAR: 1927 Ford Roadster Car - Original Engine – Runs ANTIQUE FARM EQUIPMENT; JD 3 x 14 Mounted Plow; (2) JD ABG Cultivators - JD 2 Cyl. Mtgs; JD 2 Row Stalk Shredder; 2 Row Rolling Stalk Shredder - Pull Type; JD Steel Wheel Running Gear; Potato Digger; (2) Hog Oilers; Copper Clad Antique Wood Cooking Stove BOAT: Galston 18 ft. Boat w/ 60 HP Johnson Motor - Original Condition w/ Trailer & Cover . MISCELLANEOUS: LDT Corn Furnace - New Never Used; Pax 6 Ton Bulk Bin w/ Auger; Chore Time 3 Ton Bulb Bin w/ Auger; Steel Livestock Waterier & 3 Roll Cattle Oilers; (6) Grain Bin Jacks; JD Wheel Weights; JD Front Weights for JD 10-20 Series; Several Tractor Chains; JD Hydraulic Cylinders; Miscellaneous New MF Combine Parts & 550 & 750 Combine Weights; New Combine Tire 23.1x26; Propane Hanging Furnace; Elec. Fencers; Misc. Tires & Rims; ¾ HP Submersible Well Pump - Near New; 8 ft. Cement Lid w/ man . Hole; Steel Livestock Waterier; (2) 80 Gal. Polly Hog Waterier; Misc. Chicken Equipment; Tenderfoot Hof Flooring & Risers; Sears Gas Powered Power Washer; Sears 3 hp. Table Saw; Radial Arm Saw; 30 Gallon Electric Hot Water heater; Gas Barrels; (19) Geese PLUS MANY MORE MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION BUILDINGS - TO BE REMOVED: 16 x 48 Dog Kennel Building w/ Outside Runs; 10 X 12 Brooder House; 16 x 18 Old Wash House; 16 x 32 Hog Barn; SEMI Storage Trailer w/Title HORSES: (2) Arabiian Paint Cross Mares, 8 to 12 yrs. Old - To Be Sold as a Pair ALBERT & KAREN HERMES - OWNERS 402-640-1208 For more information call CHJ Auctioneers: Alton at 402-254-3315, or Ryan at 402-254-9753 AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C.: WWW.MCHJAUCTIONEERS.COM AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: FOR COMPLETE LISTING & PHOTOS ALTON HEIMES 402-254-3315 CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN TERMS: CASH OR BANKABLE CHECK. RYAN CREAMER 402-254-9753 NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. ROGER JANSSEN 402-388-4409 OR THEFT. ASSISTING AUCTIONEER: KEITH SAATHOFF April 1st, Wakonda, SD: Spring Farm Machinery Consignment Auction—Huge Auction! April 8th, Gayville, SD: Kenny & Marlene Hanson Home & Personal Property April 10th, Wakonda, SD: Day 1 of the John Brandt Estate of Fargo, ND. Huge Selection of John Deere & Massey Memorabilia plus Beer Signs, Antiques, & More April 11th, Wakonda, SD: Day 2 Brandt Estate. Featuring Old & Rare John Deere Toys, Lots of Arcade & Vindex Cast Iron, and much more April 12th, Wakonda, SD: Day 3 Brandt Estate. Massey Harris & Massey-Ferguson Toys plus much more of all brands! April 16th, Irene, SD: Derby’s 1 Stop C-Store Business Opportunity Auction April 17th, Wakonda, SD: Huge Farm Antique & Primitive Auction. Winchester & Keen Kutter Tools, Cast Iron, Signs, & More. Unique & Unusual Antiques! Fred Jordan, Amana, IA--Owner April 18th, Wakonda, SD: Exceptional Farm Advertising & Sign Auction. 100+ Seed Corn & Farm related Signs, Cloth Sacks, huge Purina Memorabilia collection and more. Fred Jordan of Amana, IA—Owner April 19th, Wakonda, SD: Last Farm Toy Auction of Spring! Super collection of Custom built Loader Tractors—John Deere, IH, CaseIH, AC and more! Lots of pieces that look “just like yours”! May 2nd, Wakonda, SD: Huge Hamm’s Beer Sign & Memorabilia Auction. 350+ Cataloged Lots! Merrill Slafter Collection of Platsmouth, NE. June 6th, LeMars, IA: Large all IH Tractor & Implement Auction, Rod Kuecker, Owner. The Following Auctions are now open for consignments by the public: June 26th—Sign & Advertising Auction: Includes Gas, Oil, Automobile, Soda & More. Space is very limited and only the best is being accepted! June 26th—Motorcycle & Scooter Auction: All Brands—all ages—all conditions. June 27th—17th Annual Classic Car, Truck & Hot Rod Auction: Space is limited and filling up fast—call today! August 26-27th—Summer Antique & Muscle Tractor Auction: It’s back this year, consign early for best results! Please cut & save this ad! This will be the only ad we run for this month’s toy auctions. Don’t miss out! Thinking of having an auction or have an item to sell, give us a call! For more information on these auctions or on having your own auction, please see GirardAuction.com or call toll free: 1-866-531-6186. Live Internet bidding available for many of these auctions through GirardBid. com! Free, full color brochure available by request. 605-267-2421 866-531-6186 Marv Girard, BA #12399; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker #10183; Mike Girard, CAI, BA #13549; Scott Moore Auctioneer #11031; Mike Manning BA #11607 www.GirardAuction.com • www.GirardBid.com
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