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Broadcaster Press 9 October 6, 2015 www.broadcasteronline.com Krystil Smit Named Executive Director Of South Dakota Farm Bureau Huron, S.D. (September 30, 2015) - South Dakota’s largest agriculture association will have a new face at its helm, as Krystil Smit takes the title of Executive Director for the South Dakota Farm Bureau (SDFB). “We are extremely excited to welcome Krystil Smit to the South Dakota Farm Bureau team,” stated Scott VanderWal, SDFB President and farmer from Volga, S.D. “She brings a wealth of experience, many talents, and the personality to work successfully with a wide variety of different people and stakeholders. Krystil also has the vision and foresight to look at the big picture and see what’s coming next. I’m confident she will help position South Dakota Farm Bureau to be influential and relevant for many, many years to come.” “South Dakota Farm Bureau has long held a reputation of being a leading agricultural organization in the state, and I could not be more honored to join in that legacy as the new executive director,” Smit commented. “I look forward to building on past successes while joining with the farmers and ranchers of South Dakota to protect and move agriculture forward.” Smit is a 20-year Business Reminder: Deadline To Report Unclaimed Property Is Nov. 2nd veteran of agricultural communications. She graduated from South Dakota State University in 1995 with degrees in Ag Journalism and Animal Science, then went to work as editor of the Tri-State Neighbor. In 2004, Smit joined the South Dakota Corn Growers Association / South Dakota Corn Utilization Council as communications director. For the past five Drivers 1325 www.broadcasteronline.com CLASS A CDL Driver. Good home time. 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Book 60: Answers Last Tuesday’s Hope to see more fun loving Sudoku Solution #1 ladies. 6 2 7 3 9 1 8 5 Catch you all during the Sudoku 6 3 9 8 4 5#4 2 1 off season (probably at the 1 4 5 2 7 8 3 9 grocery store!). 2 2 5 6 7 89 4 8 3 Thanks to Cherry Street 4 7 9 1 8 5 6 3 (Alex) for catering our 4 3 7 1 4 8 3 1 6 42 9 7 luncheon. 9 8 4 5 2 7 1 6 9 2 7 5 4 8 3 2 2 9 3 8 5 4 1 8 ARTIST 25 DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED! Become a driver for Stevens Transport! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! New drivers earn $800+ per week! PAID CDL TRAINING! Stevens covers all costs! 1-888-7346714 drive4stevens.com MiKayla (17), Kaleb (14) and Mariah (11). The Smits are a 4-H family. In addition to work, farm and family activities, Krystil serves on the board of directors for the Sioux Empire Fair, the Sioux Falls Stockyards Plaza, and the Sioux Empire Staters, an SDSU alumni group. South Dakota Farm Bureau is the state’s largest general agriculture association, recently setting a new all-time membership record with 16,000 farm, ranch and rural families on its roster. SDFB members will gather in Pierre on Nov. 2021 for the organization’s 98th annual meeting, including the annual grassroots policy- Ladies Morning Book 60 Golf This is a sad Sudoku #1 reporting today, 09/30/15. Our group had it’s final gathering at 3 2 the Bluffs. Dominoes does continue at noon on 5 State Treasurer Rich Sattgast reminds all businesses to Wednesdays at the Roadreview their records and report any funds, securities or other property that have gone unclaimed to the Office of the house. Have lunch and fun with State Treasurer by Monday, November 2, 2015. fellow dominoes players. I 6 South Dakota State Law (SDCL 43-41B) requires that 4 8 bet you could even just come businesses, otherwise known as holders, report property to watch! which is presumed to be “abandoned” or “unclaimed” to the 9 There were 13 beautistate treasurer after the appropriate dormancy period. ful ladies at luncheon. The “Banking and financial organizations, business treats were a very special 7 associations, utility companies and legal entities are all required by law to report unclaimed property to the state,” item--cupcakes. Not ordinary 5 grass, cupcakes but they had 3 said Sattgast. “It’s important that businesses are informed golf ball, and a flag on them!! of their unclaimed property reporting and escheatment 6 Such a great touch! obligations.” Thanks to Mona at Mona’s Unclaimed property is lost financial assets such as 2 Cakes for the idea. Of course uncashed payroll checks, inactive savings accounts, utility deposits, uncashed stock and mutual fund dividends, stock I had to have a chocolate. Our money winners tocertificates, overpayments, credit balances, refunds, gift day--$5 drawings: Jan Chapcertificates and uncashed insurance payments. man and Pat Durkin. “Businesses are required to report unclaimed property Quarters: Darlene Engbredown to the penny. Both the Treasurer’s office and the cht, Pat Durkin, Sudoku #3 Jan Chapbusinesses reporting unclaimed property want to ensure man and Beth Silvano. every cent is returned to the rightful owners,” Sattgast said. Dominoes had8 tables 4 2 “It really is a positive program for everyone involved.” of competitive but fun loving For more information on reporting unclaimed property in ladies. 5 South Dakota, visit www.sdtreasurer.gov. Rd 1-Vaneta Youngworth To talk to an unclaimed property representative about and Maxine Rogers. 1 the reporting process, call 605-773-3379 or email holders@ Rd 2-Pat Durkin and Barb sdtreasurer.gov. Boone. 1315 years, Smit has worked with Paulsen Marketing in Sioux Falls as public relations director, envisioning and executing strategic projects for leading ag and industry clients. Smit was born and raised on a farm near Davis, S.D. Today, she and husband, Phil, live near Davis and operate a diversified crop and livestock farm along with their three children: The Nation’s Largest Processor & Distributor of Milk and Other Dairy Products ROUTE DRIVERS Dean Foods – Sioux Falls, SD a licensed manufacturer of Land O’Lakes milk, is seeking highly motivated individuals to deliver products in the Yankton, SD and surrounding area. Candidate must live in Yankton, SD or surrounding area. 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