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Broadcaster Press 5 January 2, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Register for Power of Women AgVocates by Jan. 5 BROOKINGS, S.D. - SDSU Extension will host the Power of Women as AgVocates Conference January 19-20, 2018 at the AmericInn Lodge & Suites, Fort Pierre (312 Island Dr). "This conference is designed for women to learn about the power of advocating for you, your family, business and industry," said Robin Salverson, SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist. "SDSU Extension is excited to bring three dynamic and engaging women from North Dakota to Fort Pierre to share their passion for advocating for agriculture." Sarah Wilson and Teresa Dvorak work with their husbands and children on their family farms while spreading the word of agriculture. Each have different backgrounds and a unique way of interacting with consumers. They will be sharing some of their experiences and knowledge to help more women have the courage to share their stories. Katie Pinke is a fifth generation farm girl who passionate about talking about agriculture, rural life and motherhood. As the publisher and general manager of Ag Week she has an opportunity to share the story of agriculture in not only her personal life, but also professional career. Vona Johnson is a certified life and health coach who is going to help us to get organized and stay on track so that we can reach our goals. These women will all provide great insight into how we can all be advocates for agriculture and how it doesn't have to look the same for everyone. Participants will leave with tips and ideas to start telling their story about the products we produce. The conference will provide women in agriculture with opportunities to network, learn and grow. Registration fee for this conference is $50. To register and for hotel information, visit the iGrow Events page. Registration deadline is January 5, 2018. Agenda Friday, January 19 5:30 p.m. Register at AmericInn Convention Center 6:30 p.m. Supper 7:30 p.m. Advocating for You Join this fun, interactive session by Vona Johnson so you get things done and enjoy life again. Saturday, January 20 8 a.m. Registration 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The State of the Union: learn the perceptions of agriculture and priorities to bridge the gap of misunderstanding from Sarah Wilson. Finding our CommonGround: Learn from Dvorak and Wilson about the approach they use to start the conversations about the food we produce with the people that consume our products. Industry Panel - How to Get Involved: Panelists include: Suzie Geppert, South Dakota Beef Industry Council; Silvia Christen, South Dakota Stockgrowers Assoc.; Colin Nachtigal, South Dakota Soybean Assoc. and a representative from the South Dakota Pork Producers. Debunking the Myths of Agriculture: How can we combat the myths of agriculture with facts? Hear from a rancher and the media about the methods they use to stay positive and credible in a world filled with myths. Accepting Interruptions: Even the most well-orchestrated plans aren't exempt from interruptions. Drawing upon personal trials and triumphs, Pinke will help attendees define their paths forward through life's pivotal moments and empower each to find their voice. Breakout Sessions Attendees will have the opportunity to attend one breakout session. Session 1 - Sharing the Local Ag Love. Gain ideas for agvocacy collaborations in your community. Everyone has circles of influence. Learn how to harness the power of yours. Session 2 - This one's for all the Farm Girls. Gain appreciation for each stage a farm girl must transition through in life to better understand how to be the best advocate for your family, the future and during family transitions. Session 3 - Developing relationships with local/ regional media. A longtime blogger turned regional media publisher and general manager, Pinke will discuss how to build credible relationships with media and best practices to amplify your stories. Winter Storm State Park Fee Preparedness Changes Go Into Effect Jan. 1 BROOKINGS, S.D. - Winter storms, blizzards and the occasional loss of electricity associated with them, can catch even the most seasoned South Dakotan by surprise. Before an emergency leaves your home, ranch or farmPIERRE, S.D. – Changes to state park campground classtead without electricity, have a plan in place, said John sifications, as well as some entrance and facility fees will go Keimig, SDSU Extension 4-H Associate. into effect Jan. 1. When crafting a plan, Keimig encouraged folks to conState Park director Katie Ceroll said the changes reflect sider devising a plan for the following three stages: the increased demand for and use of the state’s camp•Stage one, preparation (before the storm); grounds and facilities. •Stage two, survival (during the storm) and The department reviewed campground occupancy •Stage three, recovery (after the storm). rates, which are used to determine the classification of the Stage 1: Preparation campgrounds and the per night fees charged. Camping fees During the preparation stage, create an emergency kit and have your children help gather supplies to build your for each of the classifications will not change, but fees at several parks will see a modest increase as they are moved kit. into the correct category. "Engaging your children in the process, allows them to The following campground classifications include: feel empowered and may help bring a sense of relief know•Basic campgrounds: Campgrounds without modern ing there is a plan in place," Keimig said. facilities. $11 nightly per non-electric site; $15 nightly per If you have access to a generator, use an extension cord electric site. Includes 5 campgrounds. that allows the generator to remain at least 20 feet from •Modern campgrounds: Less than 80% weekend occuany door, window or vent. Also, make plans for how you pancy during the summer; feature restrooms and showers. can avoid driving. $13 nightly per non-electric site; $17 nightly per electric site. Emergency Supply List: Includes 7 campgrounds. •Food & Water: 3-Day supply of non-perishable food •Preferred campgrounds: 80-89% weekend occupancy (dried fruit, canned tuna, peanut butter, etc.). At least during the summer; feature restrooms and showers. $15 a gallon of water per person, per day for drinking and nightly per non-electric site; $19 nightly per electric site. hygiene. Includes 6 campgrounds. •Utensils: Can opener, paper plates, plastic cups & •Prime campgrounds: 90% or higher weekend occupancy utensils, paper towels. •First Aid Kit: Prescription and non-prescription (over- during the summer; feature restrooms and showers. $17 nightly per non-electric site; $21 nightly per electric site. the-counter medications) and medical supplies. Includes 31 campgrounds. •Sanitation Supplies: Supplies for sanitation, such as Other fee changes include: hand sanitizer, towelettes, paper products, diapers, and •Elimination of the per person daily entrance license. plastic bags (for use when water resources are limited). The $6 per vehicle daily entrance license remains un•Blankets & Clothing: Extra clothing, blankets, and changed. sleeping bags. •Camping cabin fee increase to $45 in all parks except •Electronics: Flashlight with extra batteries. BatteryCuster, which will remain $50 per night. powered or hand-cranked radio with extra batteries. •Campsites in French Creek Horse Camp in Custer State Stage 2: Survival During the survival stage, stay inside and avoid driving Park increase to $31 per night. •Increase in some group lodging fees: Mina Lake and Shaas much as possible. If the power goes out, here are a few easy steps to take: dehill to $205 a night; and Lake Thompson, Palisades, Sheps Canyon, and Newton Hills to $280 a night. •Close off unused rooms to consolidate and conserve •Fort Sisseton South Barracks rental will increase to heat. $500. •Dress in layers to keep warm during power loss. •Lewis •Bring pets inside that do not have adequate shelter. AC Tune-Up! Clark catamaran dry slip summer storage will Save $30 on a Summer increase toand $325. •Limit time outdoors. And, if you are outside, dress for •The Angostura catamaran dry slip summer storage will the weather and avoid frostbite. increase to $175. •Do not use the stove to try to heat your home. For the most up-to-date information about each state •Never use generators, outdoor heating or cooking Just give us a call and we’ll park, visit gfp.sd.gov. equipment to try to heat your home. These use oxygen and send out a qualified can give off harmful carbon monoxide. •If you must drive, keep a winter survival kit in your Service Technician like • AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR vehicle. Visit this link for information on what you should • PAINT • FRAMEWORK Tyler, to make sure your pack in this kit. • GLASS REPLACEMENT Stage 3: Recovery AC unit is ready for those If the power is out for very long, many communities will hot summer South Dakota set up warming shelters. Consider going to them. If you do Tyler Reiser not have enough supplies, consider going to the commudays and save $30!* Technician nity shelter. If you must go outside, dress warm and avoid ServiceM-F 9AM-6PM prolonged exposure to cold and wind to avoid frostbite 13 years experience and hypothermia. SAT When the power comes back on there will be other 9AM-12PM things to consider, such as your refrigerator and freezer 1205 CARR STREET • VERMILLION • 605.670.0471 contents. Visit this link to learn more about food safety BlainesBodyShop@gmail.com after electricity outages. HOURS: ' 3 HDGOLQHV CHURCH SCHEDULES Dalesburg Baptist Church, 30503 466th Ave., Beresford. Sunday School 9:45am, Worship 11am, Midweek Services WED 6:30pm 605-253-2622 www.dalesburgbaptist.org Bergen Lutheran Church “The Little White Church on Timber Road.” 605-267-4342, Pastors Kristen & Ben Eisele. 8:45am Worship, 10:00am Sunday School. Elk Point Baptist Church, 101 N. Green St., Elk Point, SD. Worship SUN 11am, Bible Study WED 7pm. 605-2221981. Christ Our Savior, WELS, Worship SUN. 6pm, Bible Study TUE. 9pm, Neuharth Center, 605-624-5398 or 1800-1234. First Baptist Church, Elmer “Sandy” Aakre, Pastor. 605624-6391 home, 605-624-4658 church. Sunday School 9:15am, Worship 10:30am, Choir Practice 11:50am. Concordia Lutheran Church (LC-MS) 7 S. University, Vermillion. Sunday School 9 a.m. Divine Service 10 a.m. Pastor Paul Albers, 605-624-3459 or email@lcmsvermillion.org Grace Baptist Church SBC, Pastor Steve Ford, 1102 E. Main. Phone 624-4949. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m. Prayer Meeting Wed. Night 7 p.m. Dalesburg Lutheran Church, 12 miles north of Vermillion on University Rd., Worship 9:15am, Sunday School 10:45am, www.dalesburglutheran.org. Faith Fellowship of the Open Bible on Bypass 50 & Hwy. 19. Sunday Celebration 10:30am Pastor Tony Armbrust, 605624-2921. Faith Lutheran Church, 401 Main St., Maskell, NE, Sunday School, 9am; Worship, 10am w/Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays. 605-658-0240 (home) or (402)692-3323 (church). Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Church, 995 N. Sioux Point Road, Dakota Dunes, SD. Masses: SAT 4:30pm; SUN 9:30am and 5:30pm St. Agnes Church, 416 Walker St., Fr. John Fischer Office: 624-4478. Rectory: 624-1995. Mass schedule: 5 p.m. Saturday, 8:00 a.m. and 10:30a.m. Sunday Cornerstone Church, located at corner of Crawford & Cherry St. Celebration Service: Sunday 9am and 10:30am (during school year); 10am (summers). Cornerstonesd.org or 624-8809. Elk Point United Parish, 603 S Pearl Street, Elk Point, Pastor David Bambas. Sunday worship at 9:30 AM (nursery available) 605-356-2008, epups@iw.net or epunitedparish.org Hillside Community Church, 1800 Constance Dr. Vermillion. Sunday Worship at 9am & 10:45am. Contact us at 605624-4862 or HillsideVerm@ gmail.com. hccvermillion.org Komstad Covenant Church Rural Beresford and Centerville, SD: 18 miles north on University Road. Phone 5632402. Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 a.m. One Hour: Worship is led by a talented live band in a style that is consistent with today's culture. On the USD Campus at the MUC, 6:30pm Sundays! www.one-hour.org Providence Reformed Church, 830 Madison, Vermillion: Sunday School 9:30am, Worship 10:30am. “We welcome you to historic protestant worship and fellowship.” St Thomas More Newman Center, 320 E Cherry St, Vermillion. Sunday Mass 11am and 9pm www.usdnewman.org for weekday Mass and Adoration times. 605-624-2697 Faith United Lutheran Church, 44874 303rd St., Volin, SD, 605-267-2277. Worship: 9:30am SUN w/ communion 1st & 4th Sundays. WOW Wednesday/Confirmation, 6:30pm Gayville Lutheran Church, Gayville, SD, Pastors Kristen & Ben Eisele. 10:45am Worship, 9:15am Sunday School. Facebook Gayville-Bergen Lutheran Churches, 605-267-4342 Immanuel Lutheran Church Elk Point, SD: Worship Service 9:00 a.m., Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Pleasant Valley Lutheran Church. Rural Vermillion: Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Holy Communion First Sunday of every month. All welcome. St. Paul Lutheran Church, 31903 475th Ave., Elk Point, Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.; Sunday School 9 a.m. Rev. David Bentz, 605-356-2805; www.stpaullutheranelkpoint.com The Luther Center at USD Located at Cherry & Plum Streets, Vermillion. Wednesday evening worship at 8:30pm Fellowship events throughout the year. www.luthercenter.org Trinity Lutheran Church, 816 E Clark Street, Vermillion. Worship: Wednesday 6:45PM, Saturday 5:30PM & Sunday 10AM. Pr. James Fowler www.trinityvermillion.org Gospel Chapel Church, 708 Jessie St., Newcastle, NE, Sunday School 9:30am, Worship 10:30am; WED AWANA 7pm. 402-355-2305. Pastor Chuck Myers, 402-355-1335. First United Methodist Church, 16 N. Dakota St. Sunday Worship 10:30am. Welcome Table - a free community meal Mondays 5:30-7pm. Call 624-2179 for more info. Church of Christ, 102 Prospect, Vermillion: Sunday Worship, 10am; Bible Study 9am; Bible Study Noon; Wednesday Night Classes, 7pm The United Church of Christ Congregational, Highway 12 Newcastle, NE. Worship: 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Pastor Gary Kimm. Come join us! United Church of Christ Congregational, 226 E. Main St., Pastor Steve Miller. 10:30a.m. Worship Service. No Longer Strangers www.uccvermillion.org St. Paul's Episcopal Church Corner of Main and Linden. Sunday: nursery available. 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. 11:00 a.m. coffee hour. Call 624-3379 for more information Brule Creek Lutheran Church, Elk Point, SD: Worship 11am, Sunday School 9:45am10:45am 1101 Announcements Events Is food a problem for you? Do you eat when you're not hungry? Do you binge or purge? OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS Saturdays, 10am at Newman Center- 320 East Cherry Street, Vermillion. Struggling with a hurt, habit or hang-up and ready for a change? CELEBRATE RECOVERY CORNERSTONE, Mondays 6:30pm-8:30pm at Cornerstone Church, 516 N. Crawford Rd, Vermillion. Questions: Call 605-677-9402 or 605-202-1336. 605-202-9179 10% OFF Preplan Discount on any Lawn or Landscape Service Booked for Spring Lawn | Landscape | Fence Snow Removal | Enhancement Locally Owned & Operated Peace at Home = Peace in the World When You Want Comfort...You Want Kalins When You Want Comfort… You Want Kalins! Vermillion: 605-624-5618 Classified Ads: Call for full details. Friday at Noon *Rebate offer only available to Vermillion Light & Power customers. Display Ads: Friday at 11AM 69 years as a Premier Lennox® Dealer 96 years in the Business 400 years of Heating and Cooling Experience = Your #1 Choice in Vermillion! Yankton Vermillion Sioux City 605.665.4348 605.624.5618 712.252.2000 kalinsindoor.com Make 2018 a year of JOY! 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