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2 Broadcaster Press January 2, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com School Lunch Menus Menus listed below are for January 3 – January 9. Menus are subject to change without notice. Vermillion Schools Baked Potato and Dinner Roll, B. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables, Sugar Cookie Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – A. Home-style Beef Chili and Crackers, B. Chicken Nuggets, Green Beans, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Available everyday: Breakfast entrée or choice of cereals with toast. Fruit or Fruit Juice, Milk choices Wednesday – No School Thursday – A. Egg & Cheese Biscuit Sandwich, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Sliced Peaches, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Friday – A. Fresh Baked Cinnamon Roll, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Applesauce, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Monday – A. French Toast Sticks, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Pineapple, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Tuesday – A. Iced Long John, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Mixed Fruit, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Vermillion Middle School Lunch Wednesday – No School Thursday – Home-style Beef Goulash and Garlic Breadstick, Green Beans Friday – Chili Smothered Baked Potato and Dinner Roll, Mixed Vegetables, Sugar Cookie Monday – Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – Home-style Beef Chili and Crackers, Green Beans, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Vermillion Elementary Schools Lunch Wednesday – No School Thursday – A. Home-style Beef Goulash and Garlic Breadstick, B. BBQ Rib Sandwich, Green Beans Friday – A. Chili Smothered Vermillion High School Lunch Wednesday – No School Thursday – Home-style Beef Goulash and Garlic Breadstick, Green Beans Friday – Mexi Tots with Dinner Roll, Golden Corn, Sugar Cookie Monday – Chicken Fajitas, Refried Beans Tuesday – Home-style Beef Chili and Crackers, Green Beans, Frosted Cinnamon Roll St.Agnes School Lunch Wednesday – No School Thursday – A. Home-style Beef Goulash and Garlic Breadstick, B. BBQ Rib Sandwich, Green Beans Friday – A. Chili Smothered Baked Potato and Dinner Roll, B. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables, Sugar Cookie Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – A. Home-style Beef Chili and Crackers, B. Chicken Nuggets, Green Beans, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Elk Point-Jefferson Breakfast Wednesday – No School Thursday – A. Breakfast Sliders, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Sliced Pears, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Friday – A. Fresh Baked Cinnamon Roll, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Applesauce, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Monday – A. French Toast Sticks, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Pineapple, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Tuesday – A. Sausage Gravy over Biscuit, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Applesauce, Juice Choices, Milk Choices Elk Point-Jefferson Elementary School Lunch Wednesday– No School Thursday – A. Homestyle Beef Goulash and Garlic Breadstick, B. Cheeseburger, Green Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookie Friday – A. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, B. Pizza, Golden Corn Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – A. Home-style Beef Chili and Crackers, B. Chicken Nuggets, Green Beans, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Elk Point-Jefferson Middle & High School Lunch Wednesday– No School Thursday – A. Home- Wednesday – Parmesan Chicken, 1/2c Scalloped Potatoes, 1/2c Corn, 1/2c Tropical Fruit Thursday – 1 1/2c Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, 1c Spinach Salad, Banana Friday – 3oz Salisbury Steak in Brown Gravy, 1/2c Mashed Potatoes, 1/2c Creamed Cabbage, 1/2c Apricots Monday – 1 1/8c Cabbage Beef Soup, Turkey Sandwich, Crackers, 1/2c Peach Fruit Crisp Tuesday – Upside Down Pizza, 1c Tossed Salad, 1/2c Baby Carrots, Cranberry Orange Bar Dave Says Business Issues and Family Dear Dave, My father-in-law started a business as an LLC few years ago. He named all his daughters owners, with him owning the majority share. The business failed, and now he is being sued by creditors. He told the family these creditors can’t come after us and the other siblings, because he is the majority owner. Is this true, or should we get a lawyer? Caleb Dear Caleb, Your wife is probably not in danger, unless she signed paperwork making her liable for a loan or liable with a creditor. If she signed official, legal paperwork – like if she went down to the bank and signed on a loan – then she’s liable. It’s that simple. That would make her, or any of her siblings who did this, co-makers on the loan. Your wife, and any of her sisters, who signed on trade accounts taking supplies from a supplier and paying them could also be liable. But they are not automatically liable simply because they were listed as minority owners in an LLC, or even a sub-S corporation. If it were a general partnership, there’s a possibility they could be liable. That’s one of the reasons I hate general partnerships. I hate partnerships in general, but I hate general partnerships, too! In other words, I think you’re okay. I would still advise speaking with an attorney, and giving him or her all the details of this situation, to be absolutely certain. — Dave Dave Ramsey Be There for Each Other, and Don’t Give Up! Dear Dave, My wife and I both lost our jobs a few weeks ago. She began a training course for a new job last week, and I’ve been interviewing. We cashed in an annuity the other day because things have been tight, and we were wondering if we should use it to help continue paying down debt, or simply live on it until things get better. Vernon Dear Vernon, You need to be honorable and pay your debts, but that may have to be put on hold for a while. Right now, it’s more important to have food in the house and keep the heat on. If you haven’t done so already, contact your creditors and explain the situation. Let them know you’ll make things right with them as soon as possible. I know this is a scary situation, especially around the holidays, so make sure you two pull together and keep the lines of communication wide open. A few extra hugs wouldn’t hurt, either. The good news is it sounds like things may be looking up. Support your wife all you can in her new job, and make sure you continue looking for work, too. A little extra money is better than none, so take on something part-time while you’re looking for a permanent position. God bless you two! — Dave * Dave Ramsey is America’s trusted voice on money and business, and CEO of Ramsey Solutions. He has authored seven bestselling books, including The Total Money Makeover. The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 12 million listeners each week on 575 radio stations and multiple digital platforms. Follow Dave on Twitter at @DaveRamsey and on the web at daveramsey.com. We’ve Spotted A better way to buy, sell or rent! Connect with area landlords, renters, home buyers and home sellers with the Broadcaster classifieds! bp Since 1934 Grain Bin Dealer Broadcaster Press 201 W Cherry Vermillion 624-4429 to our members for making 2017 another great year at IRRIGATION SALES & SERVICE Irrigation PVC, Wire Installed, Well Drilling Domestic & Irrigation Pump Installation 105 E. Cherry St. • 605-677-5214 www.vermillionfcu.com Tree & Concrete Removal, Site Clearing, & Ditch Trenching As a small token of appreciation we have given back over $17,000 to our members in the form of interest dividends and rebates. WATERLINE & ELECTRIC TRENCHING ALL TYPES OF DIRT WORK - FREE ESTIMATES Bobcats • Crane • Dozers • Excavators • Grader Grain Trailer • Scrapers • Side Dumps • Trenchers Vermillion, SD (605)670-9567 Hartington, NE (402)254-2568 Licensed in SD, NE & IA Irene-Wakonda School Breakfast Available every day: Breakfast entrée or Choice of cereals w/toast, Fruit, Milk Choices Wednesday – Cheesy Eggs and Toast, Fruit, Milk Choices Thursday – Egg and Cheese Biscuit, Fruit, Milk Choices Friday – Cinnamon Roll, Fruit, Milk Choices Monday – Pancakes, Fruit, Milk Choices Tuesday – Breakfast Burrito, Fruit, Milk Choices Irene-Wakonda Elementary School Lunch Wednesday – A. Chicken and Noodles with Bread, B. Corn Dog, Peas Thursday – A. Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, B. Chicken Sticks, Garlic Toast, Corn Friday – A. Tater Tot Hot Dish with Bread, B. Cheese Pizza, Green Beans Monday – A. Turkey and Gravy, B. Chicken Nuggets, Bread, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Tuesday – A. Italian Dunker, B. BBQ Meatball Sub, Carrots Irene-Wakonda Middle & High School Lunch Wednesday – A. Chicken and Noodles with Bread, B. Corn Dog, C. Italian Sub, Peas Thursday – A. Spaghetti with Meat Sauce and Garlic Toast, B. Chicken Sticks with Garlic Toast, C. Turkey and Cheese Sub, Corn Friday – A. Tater Tot Hot Dish with Bread, B. Cheese Pizza, C. Turkey and Cheese Sub, Green Beans Monday – A. Turkey and Gravy with Bread, B. Chicken Nuggets with Bread, C. Ham and Cheese Sub, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Tuesday – A. Italian Dunker, B. BBQ Meatball Sub, C. Cold Cut Sub, Carrots A Fast Sled Dakota Senior Meals Served at The Main Street Center & Town Square, “Meals on Wheels” Please call before 9:00am to schedule or cancel a meal at 624-7868. Menus listed below are January 3 – January 9. Menus are subject to change without notice. All menus are served with whole grain bread and 1% milk unless otherwise noted. style Beef Goulash and Garlic Breadstick, B. Cheeseburger, Green Beans, Chocolate Chip Cookie Friday – A. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, B. Pizza, Golden Corn Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – A. Home-style Beef Chili and Crackers, B. Chicken Nuggets, Green Beans, Frosted Cinnamon Roll Happy New Year! By Daris Howard I had nine brothers and sisters, and there wasn’t a lot of money for new things. But living on a farm with that many siblings meant we found ways of having fun that didn’t cost a lot. One was with an old commercial chicken building on our farm that had a low ground floor and a steep roof. The snow in the winter was always high enough that it packed up to the roof. The snow also covered the roof. This created a perfect sledding slope. We didn’t have money for sleds, but that didn’t stop us. We found that the scoop shovels that we used to shovel grain would work. These were plentiful on our farm. We would sit on the shovel with the handle to the front. We would put our feet out front along the handle, or if we were really good at balancing, we could put our feet up on the handle and lean back. I started sledding down this roof by the time I was five years old. I never saw any other sled until the time I was ten. I had joined the cub scouts, and we were going to the sand hills. I showed up carrying my scoop shovel. “What’s that?” Rod said with disgust. “It’s a scoop shovel,” I replied. “I can see that,” Rod replied. “But why did you bring it sledding?” I thought everyone used a scoop shovel for sledding, so I thought it was a dumb question. By this time, all of the other boys had gathered around. “This is what we use for sledding,” I said. Rod rolled his eyes. “That’s the dumbest thing I ever heard.” I looked at the sleds the other boys were carrying. There was no one else with a scoop shovel. Theirs actually were sleds. Rod’s was especially nice. It was a round saucer with curled up edges. We loaded into our cub scout leader’s suburban and headed to the sledding hill. All of the way there, the other boys continued to mock my scoop shovel. “Where do you usually go sledding with your shovel?” Lenny asked. I explained about the chicken building roof. They all laughed and said it was stupid. When we got to the sledding hill, we hurried to the top. I quickly learned how nice the other boys’ sleds were. They climbed on them and zipped down the hill. They didn’t have to worry about balancing to not tip over. And even though my scoop worked well as a sled, it had far more drag. I only went about half as far as they did. They let me try their sleds, and I grew very unsatisfied with my scoop shovel. My mother had volunteered to make hot chocolate for us, so our Cub Scout leader was taking us to my house. I was deeply considering how I could get a sled, when Rod mockingly said, “Maybe when we get to your house, we should try your sledding roof with a real sled.” The boys all thought that was a good idea. So once we arrived at my home, while my mother prepared the hot chocolate, we boys headed out to the sledding roof. We climbed to the top, and I went down first to show them how I used the scoop shovel. When I got back to the top, Rod said, “Now watch what a real sled will do.” He jumped on his sled, and when he reached the spot where I had stopped, he was still moving at high speed. One thing I hadn’t thought about was that the big manure pit where the wet manure drained was in that direction. It was covered with a thin layer of snow. I never worried about it because my shovel sled wouldn’t go that far. But Rod’s took him on top of it. He stopped, and turned PRECISION PAINTING to me and laughed. “See what •Interior •Exterior a good sled will do?” •Commercial He then stepped off of •Residential his sled and immediately Quality Workmanship, dropped up to his neck in Reasonable Rates wet manure. CLINT TUCKER As the other boys gasped, 624-4621 I decided my scoop shovel Since 1983 sled was a good one after all. Congratulations to the Employees of the Clay Rural Water System For working 11,000 Consecutive Days Without a Lost-Time Accident! Clay Rural Water System, Inc. Wakonda, SD
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